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HTANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY JULY ID, I'JlO r No. 40 fc TEACHERS IN SESSION WOMEN WANT LOCAL BANK GETS ON CULMINATION OF BALL GAME AT MORELAND. BEST CHAPLAIN SfATE fast game of hall will be played DURING WEEK STREETS OILED ROLL OF HONOR HAPPY ROMANCE PRISON EVER HAD,, Moreland Saturday afternoon when j e Hustonville team wilt meet the NSTITUTE HAS BEEN ONE OF CLUB WILL ENDEAVOR TO RAISE SURPLUS EXCEED8 CAPITAL I OARRARD COUNTY COUPLE WED YET COMMISSOIN WILL REMQVEv crack Moreland niue, A large at SUN-DASTOCK BANKS OF COUNTY FUND FOR PURPOSE HELD IN CINCINNATI MOST SUCCESSFUL LIVE LAN- REV. JOSEPH SEVERANCEy'Vl tendance is expected MAKE SPLENDID REPORTS. CLOSING AP- CASTER NEW8. HERE THOSE PRESENT PROVED. I FROM OFFICE The omen of a'anforJ f at least ' those who belong to the Women's Im provemetit Club are heartily In favor of the lid clanging down tight every Sunday. At the regular monthly meet ing of the feminine organization Wed nesday afternoon, strong reslutlons structor. Many Interesting topics have been were adopted commending the city rigidly enforcing the Sundiscussed Tho work has been of council for closing law Wgh order aiid the tendency to mod day That pesky nuisance, the houi" fly urnlzc ffchool tuethodj and Inspire a was given thorough discussion, also greater educational zeal for tho prac at this meeting and pronounced total tical things of life has been encour l unfit and undesirable tor associaaging, Tilings heretofore considered tion with people If It can posibly be In txtrlnslc, hove been emphasized as prevented. A strong article was rend VAlunble. Aiming tho llvo topics- - dis- by Mrs. W A. Trlbble. showing Sanitation, wero Hygle-nand cussed what havoc can bo started by this moro cultural and fevqer, disciplinary pertllorous little creature epe (alsubjects, more practical and less the ly In tho way ot spreading' disease , , Cuto began on-tlcsl- lncnln County Teacher' Inst.. here Monday morning at (no Graded school building and link In continuous resMon through-ou- t llio week. "Miss Annie McKlnner ai mado secretory, while Prol. J. W. Ireland tho best In the state was In- Thn .... I The familiar subjects of arltliuiutlc, iiiyslolog.s language, grammar, etc, vert-- thorough!) discussed and new methods of presentation, were sugRested. The pivotal points In the for mation iof character were to oe sug KMted Jnthe pursuit of tsch subjocj whom (( wan nt nit nractfcal It way urged that correlation bo folto'wi-dTfa greater extent than formerly and wore attention gJet to (he . ttjlnKd Hint the child will' need and use In the life Into'hUtv he rrxsrsr niter irtjool It was urged Hut the child or student be brought Into closer unity with the vorfd abVul Mm. I'rofs. S. H Robinson, of Huston-vilie- , Caleb Newell, of Waynesburg. K. L. Grubbs. of Moreland. and many others of the ounger. teachers have ten potent facto Inthe general Civic Improvement. Pridr. Cooperation, of Parrots uid rman)' other tlul themes were dtscywied In an Interesting way The niintaters of 'the town hare all been l.resent at the morning exercises "aid Com-luunl- germs. The meeting was held, nt the Pres; byterlau church and much work dU Hissed The club members are very anxious to hare the streets down down oiled and will endeavor to raise (.tough uioney by private subscription to carry It out If the council does not see fit to do It. The city fathers will bs asked to have back premises of several stores in town cleaned up, mure professional mining for the tho women's attention having been tiuchcr There has been u tendency called to several Instances which of tho teachers toward the practical need attention ' thought wai In history the Resolutions adopted by the club to emphasize the arhlevcraenU of were: iKacti rather than lionize war heroci Resolved, That we, the Woman's Im- work. W II. 0'R.innon made n splen did talk on Hygiene and Sanitation nml thVlr InuHetfco upon character formation Ilev 'X J. Dickey gavo an address on the use of (he Bible In the piiVlIc school Dr. J. O Carpenter zegnletl the teachers with his lecture en pretention of tuberculosis. One of the most prevalent themes lias been ft higher scholarship and Lr - A congregational meeting of th-Presbyterian church has been called for Sunday next July 17th at U a. ni., full attendance is desired. It is ex pected that at this meeting a pastor The local congre will be called. gation has been without a leuder for nbout n year, since Hev. J. L. ment in the, community. andell resigned to take up work in the mountains. The uaiues ot eeveral ministers New Officers ISarlea, Viola Brady, Dollle Single-ton- ,' Mary Hubbard, Sarah Howard, who have been heard In the pulpit Zora'Daugh, Sarah dreer, Ophla War here during that time will be present INSTALLED BY STANFORD LODGE ren, Julia Williams, Lucy Hubble, El ed to the congregation for action. OF ODD FELLOWS. sie Singleton, Ethel Wilson, norths Lucas; Julia Damron, Fannie Spears, At the last, meeting of Stanford Will Go To Indiana lodge. No. 156 1. O. O. F. the newly Fannie Young, Elizabeth Leigh, Eftte Young, Ola Godby, Agnes McChord. elected olllcers for the ensuing year Delia Codby, Maud Rrown, Ethel Ad YOUNG COMPTON TO TURN OVER wore Installed with due ceremony. A NEW LEAF special meeting has been called for nms, Emma Holtzclaw, Ruby Carroll, Mary Wilson, Mesdames Caloby New next Tuesday evening when some ltn- ell, H. D. Phillips, Dolly McRee, Mar Uuena Vista Compton, the West jortant business will be transacted. Kuerlto Splter Messrs. A. II. Long, End boy, who waa recently released The new othcers are: Noble Grand T. W. Pennington. Herbert Reynolds. George Rourne, from the penitentiary at Frankfort Vice Grand W. L. McCarty. Walter Singleton, Virgil McMullln, by pardon from Gov. Wlllson, has reSecretary E. C. Garmin. T. D. Lay, M. M: riiorapon. Hobart turned to his home. He was In StanHurnette, Cyrus Johnson, Curtis, Wil- ford last week and said that his exTreasurer J. C. McClary. son, T. H. Hancock, J, At Hays. K. L: perience had been a leskon to him Host J. H. Engluman. Orubb's. Lansing Lanhain, W: T. and that he intended to turn over a Whlje, J. B. Dennett, Cornelius Floyd, new leaf and be a dliterent man in K. 0; Martin. Caleb Newell, Roscou the future. In order that he mnv make Whceldon, Denny Goocb, K: G: a good start In new environment, he aooch, V, C: Durham, said that he waa making preparations Uorn to tho wife ot Ed W. Dunlap U: S' Robinson, Harvey Hopkins to leaye Lincoln county and to make a One seven anii a half pound Demo'Indiana In the future. crat. Mother and son are doing well hla home-Ita DEAD IN TENNESSEE and tho futher as well 4a could be ex4 J ic Righteousness and ethical and moral principles. In fine, the Institute has been pronounced one ot the most beneficial yet held. As the week progressed, the teachers were Imbued with the zeal for higher things, The work ot the week dosed Friday at noon and tho teachers will go to tbelr various schools with new and saner methods at.d higher Ideals. The following teachers answered to roll, 'call Misses Mattld Llpps, Kate Iw.gle, Frances North. Nell Kills. Anna Hatfield, Margaret Hopper, Annie McKlnney, Jennie Newland, Ila Pet-tu- . Lizzie Pettus, Kate Wells, Lula Inve given some helpful-talk- s on Civ- provement Club of Stanford, endotse the action of tho City Council In regard to the ritinda) cloila,- - of all business Itrnis nnd conaratuluto the citizens that the Council tjy this aqt pledges the entorccnient of this stat utrlrv law. whlrh lifts up a better standard for the people Resolved, That we express our high est esteem nnd warmest approval ot the ordinance passed prohibiting the exhibition ot all Immoral pictures Ip the town, and we pledge our vratlon In developing higher Ideals for the moral tone ot our comraonity, Resolved, That we" respectfully retttlon the cltv council to take proper steps to prohibit any refuse being dumped or drained Into tlw little flowing through our clt Mream that the health of the people may be safeguarded. To prohibit all spitting on the sidewalks and lu all public places, to prevent the spreading of disease. ' Mrs. P. M. McRoberts, 8ec'y Mrs. J. J. Dickey, Pre co-o- p Jxinoaster, July 14 Ihe Lincoln County National Rank has Just received notification from The culmination of a happy lovo Tho Financier, tho bankli:? ncw"pnpir affair ended In tho marriage at the ot New ork, of Its attaining the posi j raiacc Hotel at Cincinnati of Miss tion ot n roll of honor bnulc, that Is Kntherlne Conn and Homer T; Insley of one which has n surplus equal to or this city, Rev. Roughton of the Queen greater than Its capital stock. The tlty performed the ceremony. The Institution Is the filth bank In brido Is quite a gifted musician and the State to attain this is a handsome young woman, while distinction and ltn trliiidi .tint the groom Is the county surgeon of are veiy proud of this spltndld Oarrnrd. and the only son of Mi, and record. In Its letter to the bank the Mrs. Tlnsley, of McCreary After a financier says' weeks bridal trip to French Lick -We note with a great deal ot pleas springs they will return to Lancaster ure that your excellent Institution Is and receive congratulations of their now a roll of honor bank, nnd beg ti. many friends uy that you will occupy your proper Messrs. Ed and N. B. Price sold a position, on the next forthoouiliiit roll Jersey Duroc so.v and 9 pigs to J. W of honor. So far as we ,tan figure Elmore for J10. also a hog to J. D, &t present Jon are No. 5 In the Stato Pope for 130. Owsley Cox sold o of Kentucky, and In your local adver- mare to E. C. McWhorter, of Paint cor Lick tising you can assume this to be V A. Lear shipped two lor rect We have an Idea that your car loads ot lambs to city markets as n roll of honor bank will Wednesday, prices ranging from 5 create a Brent deal of comment In to 7 per pound. your local community.' Enoch Gilillaud, of Pendlctong Gap, All of the Lincoln county financial Va , was arrested at Lock No. 8 In Institutions make splendid showings the lower part of Garrard by deputy of business for the past fix months iheriff C. II. Robinson on the chargo In their statements just published In years ago. Ho of killing a man 2 Their reporU was the Interior Journal. brought to town and incarcerated khow a total of $7."0,':C8.17 on depoflt. In the county Jill. Ihc prisoner ad which Is Indicative of tho prosperous vi in he Is guilty. conditions which prevail In the toun Prof. Clarence N. Poague, at on ty. Each one of the ilsut b.tuks Hhcwa time a teacher in Garrard college but a nice Increase In business and each for tbe past two years principal ct the carried a goodly amount to its surplus high school nt West Libert. Ky.. has healthy diviet was able to declare a Just received a call as pastor to the dend. Llntoln Is one of tho best bank Bellevue Christian church one ot the In the State.' With lng communities wealthiest In the city of Baltimore the addition ot the State Bank nnd Two nice Jersey cows for sale. CarT rust Company to the ranks about the roll Snanks. Mrst of September, there will be nine Mrs. T. R. Postie, of South Passa financial Institutions iu this county, Is here visiting her manage! and working 'or dena, California, nil capably aunt Mrs. Ann Robinson. Mrs. John the Interests of their patrons nnJ S. Baughman and little son Brannoti, stockholders. of Danville, have been recont guests lot-note-worth- y 2 2 Rev Joseph Severance, formerly of this city, who has made tho best WILL BE PUT UP TO TOBACCO Chaplain the State Penitentiary ever had will be retired by the board or GROWERS THEMSELVES Prison Commissioners this month. Speaking of the matter the FrankAt the meeting of Jhc District Board ot the Hurley tobacco society In Lex fort State Journal says. The term ot prtlfo of Dr. Joe Sov ington this week, the question of a pool for this year's crop was decided erance a3 pris6n chaplain will not; by the passage of this resoltlon which end with the uexr meeting- ot the Prison Board, 'but' nevertheless l.e puts the question directly up to the will be succeeded by Rev, Walter growers themselves: 'To tho Officers and Members of the Vreeland, of this city, a Methodist District Board ot the Hurley Tobac minister who Is a brother of Graham Vreeand, managing editor of tho co Society: Courier-Journa- l. It has been rumor "Your eommlttea to whom was re ferred the question taken up for re I ed since the last session of the Leg- consideration would respectfully be; Mature that Dr. Severance would bo to submit the following report which succeeded by Rev. Vreeland, but the. , general llmpresslou prevailed tint wo recommend as the proper action the prison Commission would permit , for this board: "We will, prior to October 1, I'JlO Dr. Severance to serve out his term Question Of Pool ' I Horrible TRAMP Affair MER YOUNG ATTACKS CER COUNTY CIRL An unknown white man, supposed to bo a tramp, assaulted Mary child near Mona day's Landing. .Mercer county, this week. The child had gone to the rural mall box several hundred yards from her home and the man, seated on the roacUlde nearby, called to her to coma to him saying that he had Ash-for- To Call Pastor CONGREGATIONAL MEETING 0 CALLED PRESBYTERIANS something to tell her. When she approached him, he grab-l-eher and threw his hand over her mouth. The child fought heroically and In the struggle all her clothing waj torn from her body. Her crlos attracted a negro man some distance nway, who hurried toward the scene Seeing the negro approaching, the tramp relinquished hU hold on the little girl, Jumped the fence and escaped Into the Kentucky river cliffs The negro tired three shots after the tramp as he ran awajr. Officers and bloodhounds are on the trail of the tramp and there Is much excitement d Mlssea Ednii and Martha Kavanaush are at home '. . . .. . trora a visit to tuenmona relatives-- . Glbbg Is at home after .Mm. Luther a stay 'at Battle Creek Mich, '. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Haselden and Mrs. B. F . Walter made an enjoyable auto trip tc Louisville return-Inby w of Lawrenceburg, Frankfort, Lexington and Nlcho'.asvllle. Miss Mary Goodloe Lackey, ot Kansas City Is here visiting her grandmother Mrs. Mary Lackey. Miss Al berta Anderson Is at home after a visit to her aunt. Miss Dove Harris, Misses Sallla Marrt ot Panrllle ot Sparka and Julia Woodcock, NichotasVllle, and Roy Land Lexlng ton, were g uesU of Miss Margurtte Kinnalrd. Mrs. J. E. Dickerson gave a handsome dinner In bonor in honor of tbe recent bride and broom Mr. and Ind., and Mrs. Rice, of Richmond, James Stanghton, of Covington, were of Mrs. Luther GIbbs. Mrs. Wm. Ray wife of former repre sentative Win. Ray died at her home In Richmond of apoplexy where she had been living for about two years with her daughter. Besides her hus band she leaves four daughters. Mrs. Porter Wearen and Delia Ford Ray. The burial was at Buckeye her old home. Mrs. W. T. Browning and chllden of LexlngUM ae guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Pax-toMrs. John Anderson. daughter Jean and little son James, ot Stanford are with Mrs Pax ton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C.Rob Inson this week. Mrs. Wm. Duorson and son, of Wel lington, Kansas, are visiting Mrs. R L. Nagon and family. O. W. Shugars, r inrtliinanolls. is with his father Miss Lillian Judge Wm. Shugars. Kinnalrd Is at homo after a protract ed visit to Mrs. W. R.Burnslde, ol Barbourvllle. Miss Allle Yantla and Kathleen Walters form a house party at the home ot Miss Bessie YantU Mrs. Wm. R. Marrs, ot Knoxvllle U with her sisters Mlssea Bottle and Allle Anderson. Mrs. A. Howard' Rice has returned to her home In Richmond, Ind,. after a visit to her mother Mrs. H. A. B. Marksbury. Mrs. Ed Walker and daughter, Miss Jane, are are at home after a stay at Hot or we will recomu'end lhat our buc cossors take such action on or before November 1, submit to the poolers of the 1910 crop all Information In our rossesslon as to the num?ber of acres ot Btirley tobacco pooled In the district, and the numeber of acres planted and ur.pooled in said district, and place upon them (the poolers) the, res ponsibility of Declaring a pool by a vote of the various precincts In each county at the time and In the manner hereinafter suggested by the Burley Board of its committee. "Each pooler at said election to be permitted to vote upon the question the number of acres he has pooled, cud will be supplied with a ballot for that purpose. After said vote la taken at the precinct the result will be re ported Immediately to l,he county Board, where a record ot same will be made on the minutes of said coun ty Board and the results tabulated and counted and reported to headquarter at " Lexington. g "The result of the entire district willthen be ascertained at headquar ters by careful computation and count andthe question of determining wheth er or not a pool shall be declared oft or on shall be ascertained by this fin ul count the majority ot the votes to determine the matter either for or against the pool." Inasmuch as he has established himself here wUh his family, consisting of his wife and several little children It has been given out that Dr. Sever ance would resign but that Is not the case, for Dr Severance say3 tbat he has had no intention cf resigning As a spiritual advisor thoso who are familiar with that part of the prison life say that Dr. Severance has been one of the most successful men ever to occujy tho post nt The good discipline tbe prison. maintained at the prison Is said to be in a large measure due to the work of Dr. faithful and attenilv Severance. He has the reputation " of having converted as many men vho were In the prison as any other chaplain ever to occupy the post, and he Is the mart who 'started the night school smohg the wnvlcts tti.it enabled many 'of them to bMtn ii read and write so lhat they will be able to Improve their minds daii their spiritual belm" This night school was not a part ot work of the chaplatn, but the reg-ila-r was cartried on last' Winter by ' Dr. Severance simply because he was so ' hU enthusiastic bout his work-adesire to do good among' the ion- vlcts. The many friends of TJr. Severance will regret to bear that he la going to lose his position as chaplain but the convicts will be the greatest losers. inirT,tswmi!4 whllo'-c'dnvic- i ' i ' ' 'ijt Fine Performance 106Wictoeats GIVEN BY HUSTONVILLE STUDENTS HIGH SCHOOL RETURNEp BY GRAND JURY CASEY COUNTY OTHER, NEWS also honor guests. ot Stanford. fcigsjwitak n Friends here hayo received the sad news of the death at East Luke, ot D A, Twaddle, which occurred at East Lake, on June 20th of cancer. He was 5S years of age and U survived by his wife, who Is a daughter of the late 11. J. Dudderar, of Lincoln county. The heartfelt sympathy of the many friends In her old home will go out to her iu this dirk hour of her sorrow Ten-ness- Brings, Ark. Wm. Fox Logan, ot New York 01t. tjvncastoi A WRETCHED MISTAKE., who has been a visitor In W. S Willis will ureuch at to endure the Itching., painful dletrees ror some days psst wa taken by his Rev. the Christian church dunday morn- of piles. There's no need to. Listen: uncle Mr Hugh T. Logan aud Dr ing on the subject "Tho New Testa- "I suffered much from pile,' vvvltos James B. Kinnalrd Sunday to tho city operatment Teaching ot Hell" Union ser- Will A. Marsh, of Slier City. N. C, of Louisville whe.re ho will be 'till I got a box ot Bucklen'n Arnica ed on for appendicitis Liter reports vices will be held nt the Presbyterian Hums, were that the young man was doing church In the evening at 8 o'clock at Salve nd was soon cured" which bolls, ulcers, fever sores, eciema, cuts nicely and that the operation which Rev. Willis will preach on t,ho vaulih be was performed by Dr L M McMurchapped hands, chilblains Parable of the Ten Virgins. a success. r was oulto fore 1L 25c at Penny's Druu Store. Hustonville. pected. Hustonville July U Mlddleburg. July 14. The students of the Hustonville The late grand Jury at Liberty, $ot High School, under the dlrecelon ot lutt InProf. S. S. Robinson, pleased a fair a move on itself and returned Circuit court adjourned dictments. audience at Alcorn's Opera House last Saturday evening by their pre and left much of the, docket until the Chapman was tried sentation ot a five act comedy. next term. John for the killing of J. V. Lutlrcll last The Deacon" for most of thoso who was acquitted. Other castook part, this was ibut the second August and es connected with that double killing appearance In public and the perform November ance was most creditable. The play were continued until the agree on a term. The Jury tailed to was sufficiently varied in character against Alva Ellis to please Ihe most diverse tastes, verdict In the case for shooting Allen Ellis last March. appealing alike to the lover of the It will be observed from this letter melodramatic and the comic. that news U scarce In this section, Messrs. James Hall and Tom Back, were never more plentiful. as "the' Deacon" and the villain, res- but fleas Mlddleburg has always been noted pectively, did credit to the leading for fat men and she still keeps up roles. Carlisle Myers as Pete, a negro her reputation along that line. There servant, was decidedly the hit of the here ure some half dozen evening with the little folks, while nosr and they are a pretty Jolly set. Paul Willis was successful as the Caleb Powers was billed to spealc ''Deacons" boy. Miss Ama Barker ot Yosemlte Wednesdtj. Edwards and as Miss Fawcett, ot uncertain age, Powers have out their mud sllngers was excellent, but to Miss Blanche and they seem to be quIU busy. They Buruette, the rejected consort ot the to have realized that they have villain, must be credited tut; most dif- quite a lot of slinging to do und have Jxa Kiovrt, ficult role. MW.133 placed a full force of sllngers In the Ella Barnette and Anno. Dloyd sust.eld in order to get it all slung by tained their parts acceptably, while Sept. 15, as they will not be allowed little Miss Roberta Blaln Is always to .sling any after that date, unanes happy on the t:t;. (ftgnrs.Roger riniey is the boss slinger of tho whole Hicks and Orestug Fhyd wore well up to the standard John Hicks as the Mrs. Spurlln 8harf, ot New Castle, organ grinder needed only tut hj m here with relatives for a stay of uonlcev to "gtta d mun" and ll"o some months or more. Mrs. H. M. Marnette gave pointers to the resl-de- Shouse, of Danville, was here Sunday parsons on "get up" and minis Rev. James Ballntjne, of George-towterial dignity filled his regular appointment mornBetween acts a humorous recitation at the flap'tlst church Sunday 's by Miss Blanche Barnette and music. ing and evening He preached at instrumental and vocal, helped tfi school house Sunday afternoon. ":alm the excltomdot ot the audience, The picnic at Jones' park Saturand restrain their lmpatlenco for tb9 day was well attended and the crowd noxt scene Prof Roblnmiii is to was a most orderly one. If there was be congratulated on thn success he a drop ot whisky on the grounds, It has met with while working urdr did not show Itself. 1be piogram got-te(Itttlculties Incident to vacation time. up by young Udles ot the Meth The receipts ot last eight go toward odist and Baptist Sunday schools wa the very commendable objeot of buy- well rendered by the children und ing a library for the High School teeralngly highly appreciated by those Kiss Lois Wlllti assisted villi '.he present. Rev J S Taylor. J. L. Ad- and Jaiae music tind 'ias the lliun i'f nil Jving, j. q, Montgomery Uallntyue made appropriate talks. for her timely help, lay-ouLaa-li3iun FADE TWO. INTERIOR JOURNAL. FRIDAY JULY 18th, 1910. : o npHE FLORAL HALL nnd poultry departments hnve been pineal bnck ns cf old nt The Dnnvlllc Fnlr. Unlimited 6cntinj enpneity. Plenty of shelter nnd shmlc. Attrnct Ions of every description, deduced rates on nil rnllronds. Pon y rnccs, mule races, saddle stnkcs, Etc. A hearty hand-shnk- e nnd n welcome nwnits everyone. For further Infonnntlon, write, A THE GREAT DANVILLE FAIR J o ft fliiMst 3, 4 and 5, 1910. $$1MH(H& The KVBRY m I. M. DUNN, Sec'y m DANVILLE, KENITJCKY. 0 0 $ 000008$ 00000$&O000O000ttKKKH:r000O0$00 SO DECEPTIVE 0&0000$$$00t. Interior Journal. Established TUESDAY 1872. Many Stanford People Fall to Realize the Seriousness FRIDAY nackache Is so deceptive. It comes and goes keeps you guess lng. Learnthe cause then cure It. Pub)lth'r Nine times out of ten It comes HELTON 8AUFLEY from the kidneys. That's why Dean's Entered at the Fost Office at Stan- Kidney Pills cure It. Cure every kidmall. ford, Ky., as Second Clasa ney ill from backache to diabetes. We present the following case In At 1 AND Per Year in AdTance. Young And Lime Men's i 4rC.04 mmmmmmmmm 0&$00$0$gH&0ir& 0 mmmmmmitommm ONE DIVORCE THAT IS NEEDED W. P. jtfoof: Walton In Lexington Herald.) Mr. Bryan Insists on divorcing the democratic party from the liquor traffic and those who have the party's Interests truly at heart will say Amen. Kentucky's Democracy has felt the blighting ejects of lljuor domination Because It 1 the majority party H lias aligned itself vitr ft the better to carry out its designs. When unable to do so through the Democratic party, It has no scrples to join forces with the Republicans. The fact Is the liquor leaders have no politics that does not lead to self Interest. The traffic always paramount lc any .ther consideration. Governor Beckham did not bend the knee to the liquor people and four creatures calling theinselve democrats were secured by them to vote Against the regular nominee for United States Senator nd to elect a Republican, although ths General AereiU-blSlaolotd, Ky. had a nominal democratic major- WAR ON WHITE PLAGUE WILL BE WAGED NEXT. ity. ! It was the liquor Interests that preDr. J. Q. Carpenter, who has been sented the last Legislature from givBring jour BUckimltblng and general ing women school suffrage, fearful waging bitter war on the great White repair work to me. Horse sboelng f. Hatlsfaetlon guaranteed, ,tbop oppotlte that It would be a long step toward Plague all over Lincoln county and Phillips' concrete ttore. In this part of the state, will go to (fe'e general enfranchisement of womJAMEB uhaokktt, Manford, Ky. en, which would mean Its absolute McKlnney Sunday afternoon to speak lu the campaign. He will be ably asdestruction. Various and sundry evidence of the sisted by Drs. Singleton and Grlder. Laleful effect of liquor domination in The meeting will be held nt the Bappolitics nave presented themselves and tist church Sunday afternoon at 3 are constantly doing so. It Is much o'clock Everyone is invited to attend domination that has driven many to and bearthe new gospel of health. Dr. Carpenter Is receiving congratthe prohltltlonitts determined to go THOUGH YOU ESCAPE to any length to scotch, It they can ulations from leading medical men WITH YOUR LIFE not eradicate the evil. In this per rfud societies nil over the state for what good Is it, If a Are leaves you nicious activity in politics the liquor the good work he is doing. penniless? You are not as young as people. Are working out their own jou used to be. Starting oveT galn BOHON FAMILY REUNION destruction. .Better far to them that Members ot the Bohon family, one to make a liorae will be a dishearten they be satisfied with half a loaf. Undertakers and Embalm, They will find It superior than no of the most prominent in Central Ken. ing struggle. Let us Insure you so en. Also Dealers in Fur will be their falo ir tucky, held a reunion at the home of that such a possibility may tie ren bread which niture, Mattings, Rugs. They dered Impossible. Think ot your wife they do Dot cease their rule 'or ruin Col. and Mrs. George Bohon, in will exchange Furniture ior last week. Tho happy nvcnt as well as yourself. You should get efforts. all Kinds of Stock. Give Insured on her account anyway. The lengths to which those who fav was the first time all of them had Them a Call. Prices Right. or the sale of liquor will go is sbown leen together since the death of their Fish & Pennington, disgraceful lynching at Newark mother 20 years ago. Those presont by the STANFORD. - KENTUCKY O, ot a detective, who by the nay was were Dr. J. Tom Bohon, of Huston-ville- , Ky., Phone William J. Bohon, of Louisville, Stanford, True ho killed a u Kertucklan. "speak easy" operator but not till the It. S. Bohon, of Decatur, 111., Col Geo CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! I law breaker had attempted to be.it Bohon and family and thtlr sister, Pa2 '' I can lurnlib tbpunitowltb the t.t. It ap- Mrs L. W. Hudson, and Mr, Hudson, well a tbe f rvtbe.t ol cat flower., plant. o( him up and from this distance R. II. Cofley E. R. Coleman G. L. Penny all klndi. bulb., potted flower., on .hort pears that th lynchins .vas not so of Atlanta, Ga. i notice. Alto make a .peclnltycl for for funeral uurpo.e.. it.uch. over v!i siting of one of their In conntctlon lth the More, I have all kind, of vegetable, on band at reasonable he waj enKWod fn writes as price.. a detootlve vorr citalns: those who CIIK1HTMAN OUEKN IIOUHEH. El) JlOUIIAHIl, l'KOH. were operating saloons In defiance of Htnulprd, Ky. the local option law. .n Other ciise prneeedlrg It was a rncst o,i.rj;t ( nnd unless the Chb au hoi Hies f1ii11 "I write lo tell you the For boute, carriage and ilgn painting decohrlng the perretratm ot the duMaid-lgood news that Cardui rative paper bunging alio buggy trimming ol ull klndi .ucb a. tops recovered curtain, deed to cone'en pi.uMiu'fnt the has helped me so much and boot! made. Htopover Aldrldce'. black blot nll continue ti and I think it is ust mltb ibop We.t Main Ht., Hlanford Ky.. 'I'boneNo.aiK- ougthn't to be hard to Increase. It worth its weight in go d," J J. BELDEN. YOU GET THE BEST writes Mrs. Maryan Martnnvlci the cravens. The dispatches OF THE BARGAIN .ay there were no masks or attempts shall, ot Woodstock, Ga. i ao nope ana trust at disguise, The liquor advocates when you buy our Oaughman's Fancy that ladies who are suffercomposed the mob. The writer being Furniture and Undertaking. Patent No. 1 Flour at our price. Judging as 1 did, will take a democrat Is opposed to sumptuary Day Phone 28. by comparison our flour Is worth ing Cardui, for it has been a laws, but the liquor people as a rule Night Phone 133. God's blessing to me, and more than we ask for It Quy a sack to drhe htm and feero determined will certainly help every and we know you will agree with us. others who feci as ho does to Stanford, KenturKy. lady who is suffering." Especially when you see how far our any extremes to control and cut out Baughman's Fancy Patent No. 1 flour the Influence In politics that if KM goes and bow much better are your L N. permitted to dominate will sap tho No.l,Hoatb,U:Wr.M. bread, cakes and pastry. .vitals of the party permitting It. No. at, Houtb, 10:tS A M. No. J4,Xorth,4!)A. v. Therefore we Join Mr. Bryan in InJ. H. Baughman & Co. No.H,Nortb,t:v r. u. Stanford, Kentucky. sisting upon a complete divorcement No.!, 10:WA.M. No.W.JstOr.M. A. W. CUKD, AUCTIONEER, of the democratic party from liquor JOS. 8. RICE, Agent. domination and feel assured that the Burajln, MentucHy. The Woman's Tonic party Js ripe tor a firm stand on the I arn a graduate of Jonea' National Hcbool question. Auctioneer.. Ohlcaao. and bave bad z. No matter if you suffer perlence In tbe big cattle tales at tbe Union btock Yards, Ublcago, wbere w sold some from headache, backache A will tborongbtireds as nigh as IUJO. Also in InLincoln Lodge No. 00. K. on A. M. first meet The Harrodsburg Republican Is preeach and stated communication pains in arms, shoulders borse sales wbere (no sales were made eacb of day. Auctioneering Is a science and I bave tblrd Monday ntgbtson eacb month, at I:ao dicting that Ben Johnson will bo nomiand legs, dragging-dow- n o'clock In tlietr ball main streeet, Hlanstudied It wltb tbls Idea. Hee or pbone me ford, Ky. Members of sister lodges are fra. ooto nated by the democrats for governor before you arrange for your sale, 1 can ternally feelings, etc., or if you Carson's lUttanrant Lancaster, HtreeU Invited to be present. T. W. fen make sales toyour advantage. 1'HONE ii-The wish Is evidently father to the Bee. nlntftou feel tired, weary, worn-o- ut Htanford, K. Meals served at al I bouis up to ll:ao)r. M.TJ thought. All of the Republican offiand generally miserWe are In position to do all kinds ot con llest place lu wn;for a good quick & Summer Stock. praying for cretlng, such as lilork Work. Pavements cials of Frankfort are able Cardui will help you. meal. and. In (act. we can make any thing from the nomination ot Johnson for they Havetyonr measure taken by a tailor of ex. It has helped thousands bouse down ton fence post. We can serve Oooklog to tnlt our customers our specialty. perleooe. Tbeu your clotbes, wbetbera low yon promptly and guarantee nrtclass nay they are confident they can beat Hplendld new line of fancy of other weak, sick ladies price basinets suit or tbe flne.t evening wort: ana material, uau ana get our prices Dealer In and Manufacturer ot Groceries, clotbes. will bave tbat individuality and ni before you buy your material at least. him. Not a one baa ueen foolish and if you will only give wblcb plainly indicate tbey were made to Marble and Granite MonuUoffee, Handwlcbes, plet.rilutUr milk Uot enough to suggest that they can deyour'iuea.ure. 1 will also take your meas. it a trial, you will be ments, and sweet milk, etc., at all timet. ore lor extra trousers, fancy vests, toF Cemetery and Lawn feat McCreary, who will be the thankful ever after. ooattf and; overcoats. Bprlng and Humme. Markers and Posts, Omoe and works, samples on band ready for your Inspection Vases and Hettees. W. A. CARSON, Stanford, Ky. Ky. y Thomas Elkln, Danville street, Lan r1- caster, Ky., says: "For a great many I was a sufferer from kidnsy jears complaint and I had such severe pains WE STAND BEHIND OUR CARRIAGES WITH A in the small of my back that I was GUARANTEE THAT WE ARE RIGHT HERE TO MAKE . " hardly able to get about. The man) GOOD. remedies 1 use failed to help me unOUR CARRIAGES ARE BUILT ON HONOR AND SOLD til upon the advice ot a friend, I proTHAT WAY. cured a box of Doan's Kidney Pills. In NEW STOCK OF BUGGY HARNESS RECEIVED THIS a short time after beginning their use I improved and it was not long before I was restored to perfect health. I give Doan's Kidney Pills the entire credit for the great change In my condition and I recommend them as a reliable kidney remedy." For sale by all dealers. Price 00 MAKING LIFE SAFER Co., Buffalo, rents. Everywhere life Is being made more Bring Your Produce To Us. New York, sole agents for the United safe through work of Dr. King's States. Remember the name Doan's New Life Pills the constipation, biliousIn and take no other. ness, dyspepsia, indigestion, liver We fctrc opteed t produce hoiuc co Sob. troubles, kdney diseases and bowel citct Kt ud will pay the KifjKcat market disorders. They're easy, bui sure, and perfectly build up the health. 25c ut price (or all kind ol country product. Bring ut At McKioney your tul. ny's Drug Store. M. O. BAST1N h CO, I T3 XTRAGOQQ frp W. H. HICC1NS, Stanford, Kentucky. Foster-.MIlbur- n BLACKSMITHING WEAR OUR SPECIALTY. These little fellows we dress with J.L.Beazley&Co., pride. Our suits are all cut with Knick erbocker trousers in beautiful patterns and any price from $3.50 to $10. Odd trousers, Knickerbocker styles, sizes 5 to 17, in Kahki, at 50c. In Woolen 50c H. J- - McROBERTS. 200 000000000000000,000000 O0O0OO0000- - -- wrt-atb- s A m 332SQ3e3a33SQ33e32l Ice Cream Soda r Good News Water J. J. BELDEN, y Phosphates W. A. TRIBBLE. Drape Juice TIME TKBLE Tiki And a Large List pf Genuine Thirst Quenchers At PENNY'S DRUG STORE, i .' MASON'S MEET. CONCRETING When Hungry Spring Harry Jacobs, PHILLIPS BROS., l U.O. KUPLKY.TbeTallor, Stanford, Ky, Prop. ' rWDAY JOLT lSllH." .j (j ,, u " ii iriin MMMMSaBM w. .s HANNAS GREEN SEAL "THE MADE TO WEAR PAINT" NOTHING IN IT but what should bo there. NOTHING LACKING that will improve it. Possesses Every Essential Quality Pigments scientifically combined, and finely ground in Pure Linseed Oil. Not a Little Lead and a Lot of Zinc, but a LOT OF IjKAD and a LITTLE ZING. Coats more to maty;, but the people want it. ron sale av flit EsHtT Frail Women ? tU$ TOWNSTND V V 8YNOPSI3. Bbady KUd77?Ar0c)Y7?yifyreKj -- wm.., rwK.r rr, (wffwr, wtthkht m 5HCA rffTfATf CIIAPTErt I. A young woman cast ashore on a lonely Island, Onds a sell. tary Inhabitant, a young; white man. areaasd like a sava-e- , and not able to speak In any known lancuace. CHAtTEIl he decides to educate She finds him In an attitude ot prayer, babbllnr an Incohsrsnt Jarron. Il.-S- L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, and him, li. tJ. FKU1TT, Moreland, .. w . FOR SALE! Sample Helps So many women are dragging: out weary lives just because their diges tive organs are weak. The result is poor circulation, nervousness and the verge of invalidism. It is often very unnecessary and the woman's own r I 5 per cent, total food value SILO Is 95 per cent. Why continue to waste poor stock? When the reach of all and fully guar nine acres of corn and Also agent for the most ments, Cutters, Practical : : and loader. fault. The first thing to do Is to look to the welfare of your bowels. There trie trou-- J' usually McKin-ne- y I"" ,.'riro lies. All physicians know percentage-o- f women habitually constipated, and from this are result IndlMstlon. piles, weariness, etc., Jhat women constantly complain of. I no use H1 "female remedies" and things of taklor kind until yoia that !J?L"5 X0UT .bowels to moving. Tou win nnd that whrn the bowels mora regularly once or twice a day all your pe.5ir ."" .Tm disappear. Take a good. mild Uxatlre tonlo Ilka Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Tepsln for awhile and you will nnd yourself rapidly getting better and stronger, your bowels will regulate themselves and work a stated times, and then your headaches and dlsslness will disappear. Don't take strong cathartle pills or salts, but Just such a mild and pleasant-tastin- g remedy aa Dr. Caldwell's orup Tou can obtain a bottle nt m, Ar,,- gtst for Hfty cents or one dollar, and cissivr at mar om enouffn ID PrlXl a nentlr cur vou. Ttinitn keep It regularly In the house and will . no longer be without It. as It cured them and can be used with safety by every member of the family, down to the youngest child, but If you have never used It take the advtre of Un P.rt a Double YbUr Profits by Using an Cox, 409 Twenty-fift- h street. Mollne. TIL, and Mrs. Ellen Dungan. Muncle, Ind.. and send to Dr. Caldwell for a free trial bot- as iner am. ana learn ror yourseir 117 I what It will do In your own case. That 'It will cure you, as It did them, there U 'no ilouht Dr. Caldwell personally will be pleased to sire you any medical advice you may desire for yourself or family pertaining-- to the stomach, liver or bowels absolutely free any man who uses one. 54 per cent, of the food value of com letter of charge.will Explain your case In a and be reply to you In detail. For contained in the shucks, cob. leaves and stalk, 40 per cent in the namethe free sample simply send your and address on a postal card or otherwise. For either request led bv cutting and shnckinrs address la Dr. W n. Caldwell, the doctor's flrain, therefore corn hand-i- n R.590 Caldthe field loses 51 per cent, oy putting in the SILO well building. MontlceUo, 111. Good, dry oak lumber suitable for barn bbxing. Lumber piled at and Moreland. Ky.. at which points we are closing our operations. Eor prices and terms write or 'phone Mr. W. T. Earles, Hustonville, Agent, Duhlmeier Brothers, Cincinnati, 0. INDIANA SILO. mmw , Ask saved by feeding through the half of your feed and have INDIANA SILO is within the antecd. SI 85 SILO holds feeds 28 cattle six months, ensilage and and corn elevator te equip-convey- : : St PROFESSIONAL AND IUSJNESS cards.: . Into his soul. Ho had been mastered by force. He could not understand It He did not love the mastery. Still, without the knowledge ot his .own powers, there occurred to him no 'way to resent the Ignominy to which the had been subjected. He turned and walked away from her. Sho stood amazed, staring after him. It was the first time he had withdrawn himself from her presence. Where was he golngf Was this a declaration of war? Was there to be enmity between them? In vague terror, moved by a sudden Impulse again, sho called him. "Man!" sho said. He stopped, hesitated, looked back, turned and went on again. He was deeply hurt She could not sue him go. It was unthinkable thatfhe should go. Ho was dangerous away from her. Dy her side she could control him. "Man!" she called again. Hut this time Be did not heed.' An Idea sprang to her brain, working quickly under the pressure. She lifted ,up ber voice, for he was far from her now and plodding steadily, doggedly degrading halter, ' Then she waited In Intense and eager curiosity as to what he should .do next The Iron In his situation had CHAPTER Ilt.-S- he finds a humsn skeleton and the skeleton ot a dot-- . She finds a Utble and a silver box bearing the name ot John rtevell Charnock, with a date S years before her landlnr. not tell exactly In what mood her prisonor might be. Indeed, she approached him with a certain terror, accounted for partly by the situation and partly by the fact that in making this change In ber garments she ,had, as It were, cut herself oft from civilization and brought herself In some degree at least nearer his physical level, Hut she could n?t lcavo blm ,there all night Summoning her courage, therefore, and with a bold front before hlra, she advanced to the tree and untied the rope from the trunk and untied It from his neck as well. He stood silent, unresisting through It all, a rather pitiful figure sho thought at first, until he was freed from the Tet she attacked the task resolutely and persevered sturdily 'for a long time until the sweat beaded her forehead, her back ached, her hands, unused to manual toll of any kind, were almost blistered. She realized at last that she would have to give It over. She wondered as she ceased her labors whether the constant observation which the man had subjected her 'to, would enable him to continue the work. As an experiment she handed him the shovel, stepped out of the excavation she bad made and pointed toward It He understood Instantly. She was surprised at the unusual quickness ot bis apprehension, for he set to work with a right good will and In a minute the sand was flying. She noticed halt In envy how much more progress ho made than she could effect What was labor for her was play for him, and yet after a little space he stopped, threw down the shovel and looked at her. She had got In the habit ot speaking to him as If he understood, so she pointed to tho shovel again, exclaiming: "Pick It up and go' on." Her meaning was obvious to him If her language was not. It equally was evident to her that he had no desire whatever to proceed with his task, but he wks still under, the constraint or If) . the morning would nave neen an impossible one to many women, nnd Indeed It was a hard oneto nor. The burled boat lay In tho sand some rods distant from tho nearest treo. There was absolutely no shelter from the fierce heat of the tropic sun. She was not yet fully accumstomed to It, and Indeed perhaps she never would bo able to endure It without some sort ot a bead covering. She Improvised a bonnet from the leaf ot a low springing palm tree, which, with her remaining handkerchief, she tied about her And then with her watchful head. friend by her side sho descended the beach to the boat and began to dig. It was hard and very tedious work. shovel In the With the flat make-shif- t shape ot the rough piece ot board It was almost Impossible to lift the sand. .ggjSS when the thought- sometimes boats carried the names ot the ships to which they belonged on their bows or across their sterns. She had recourse to the shovel once more, and after some deliberation essayed the stern of the boat It was not so hard to shovel the sand away from It and here she did make a discovery, for although the letters had been almost obliterated by the action of the sand, she could still make them out. After some study she decided that the name of the boat, or of the ship to which It had had been Nansemond of Norfolk, Virginia. That was the net lt of the hard labors ot a long morning. It told her something, but not much. Assuming that the man with her was John Revell Charnock and assuming that he bad come to the Inland In the past on that boat It Indicated that he was at least an American and a Virginian. It Identified him, If her suppositions were correct, and whether there was warrant for them or not. Instinctively and naturally she concluded, that she was correct Admitting all this, however, It gave her no clew from which to build a history. The testimony ot the boat was Interesting, that was all. Her first thought was to leave it where It was, but her second thought was better. With the aid of the stout piece of board which had served her for a shovel, she hammered away at the stern piece until she broke It off. She saw now that the boat must have lain there In the sand for many years, for the wood was brittle and tho fastenings largely destroyed, for tho stern piece came easily away. She laid It aside for a moment Intending to preserve It with the Hlble. Heaven knows what droam of future usefulness in the way of evidence establish- r C1ICETOTSHAREfi"Oi:DEnsOF LINCOLN COUNTY NATION- AL BANK. At a meeting ot the directors of this hank, at Its banking tumne In Stanford, Ky., on June 18, 19l0.lt v:ia resolved that a meeting of the shareholders bo called to meet on Tuesday; 26, 1510, at Its banking office JulIn Stanfordt.Ky.,to vote on tho proposition to amend the articles ot association ot this bank as follows. First To Increase capital tollOO,-COand to authorize the directors to set price of new stock. S?cnuil To Increase, tho number of directors to W. M. Brignt. Cashier. fllftcen. 3 - i; II r f .' i 1 or R. E. GAINES FIRST NATIONAL BANK, ORGANIZED IN 1882. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. SURPLUS EARNED, 520,000. HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, S216500 Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers. We Solicit Your Account. OFFICER. - pany. Representing THE Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co. The leading annual dividend Com- R. M. NEWLAND Its distinction Is due to adherence ot successive management to the principle ot mutuality. W. W. BURGIN. DENTIST. Office at Residence. CRAB ORCHARD, KY. DR. T. W. PENNINGTON, STANFORD, KENTUCKY Dentist. Uours 8:30-1- 2 A. M- and 1 to 4:30 P. M. otltce Myers House Flats. Stanford, Ky. DR. W. N. CRAIG, flfffc, and Optician Oculist Olllco over H- J. RcRoberts' store. Stanford, Ky. F- KeiJJ. S. Hocker. President;. J- M D EImore' Pe,,u' S. T.IHarri. c- - Baoghmaa. F. Cummini. John". McRoberts, Cash er; 5, T. Harris, oo. C. Robinson, H. C. Daughman. Asst. Cash'r E. C Walton, J. S. Hocker. W H. Murphy W.W.Saandars. Bookkeeper. 01 RECTOR. J H. Baughman. 'tw' - J. P. CHANDLER, Auctioneer. I will conduct any kind of sales in Lincoln and surrounding counties. If you want good prices for your land or stock, see me. Stanford, H.D.No 1 On Cincoln County national Bank or Stanford, Kentucky. PRESIDENT! V.CE-PRgaT. CAPITAL SURPLUS RESOURCES M. H. JOHNSON. Auctioneer. I will conduct sales In this and surrounding counties. Satisfaction guarStanford, R.D.No. 1. $ 00,000.00 anteed. $ 50,000.00 $340,000.00 PRESSFD 3TANDINQ SEAM GALVANIZED H 8: H. SHANKS, J. B. PAXTON. W. M. BRIGHT. CASHIER, ROOFING. MIEH. ASST" HAYS FOSTER. CLERK. DIRSOTOHSl W. O. Walker, Stanford; S. H. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter,8tanford Jobn B. Foster, Stanford; W. H. Shanks, Stanford: T. O. Ran. J. I). Paztou, Stanford; W. H. Treylor, Large uantltlis Carried in 8 toes. EADS TIN SHOP, Stanford. Phone 114. SOME KENTUCKY FAIR DATES .' Gilberts Creek; R, L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. II. Cummins, Predchersville; Lilburn Gooch, Gilberts Creek. M '. August 17, IS and 19 have been Make your home as modern for your family as a ice, MR. FARMER: ag the dates for the Perryvlllo residence, ahd place yourself iu a itositiou to get the latest market quotations at any time. This can be accomplished by meausof our telephone service fair. Shelby ville, Aug. 23r-- 4 days. which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with London, Aug. 23- -4 days. the lioneiiU received. Call or address our nearest office or write direct to NIcholasvllle, Aug. 303 days. leadquarters, Nashville, Teun., for inforuiationregardiag our special "FarDsrbourvtlle, Aug. 313 days. mers' Line" rate. If you are not at present eujoying telephone service, we MontlceUo, Sept. 0,- -3 days. can immediately interest you. Our lined cover the States' of Kentucky, Glasgow, Sept, 23- -4 days. Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana and tho Southern portion of Indiaua and State Fair, Louisville, Sept 12 ft UliBoia. EA8T TENNESSEE TEL. & TEL. CO. (iMooaroBAvmoi RURAL TELEPHONES. Lancaster, July 273 days. Versailles, Aug. 34 days. Danville,. Aug. 3- -3 days. Lexington, Aug. days. Tayloraville, Aug. 9- -4 days. Harrodsburg, Aug 9- -4 days. 86 Brodhead, Aug. 173 days. She approached him. As she did so and when she could get near enough to him, she observed that wrinkling .of the brow., that look ot amazement which she had noticed before. It was as If soma latent memory, some recollection ot the past, were struggling against the obscurity of years, as It something were endeavoring to thrust Itself through a sea of oblivion and forgetfulnoss that overwhelmed his mind, as It she were a voice which brought back things he could neither understand nor utter, and yet which meant something to him. "John!" she cried again, coming nearer to htm. She thrust out her hand; she touched him. Again she noticed that strange emotion consequent upon her touch. She laid her hand upon his shoulder. There was amity, confidence, reassurance. She patted him as she might a dog. "John!" she said, and then she turned away and walked toward the shore. Obediently he followed her. She thrust the knife between her waist and the rope which she bad rapidly twisted about ber middle and walked on In triumph. It be had learned something, so had she. Some one else had called this man John In days gone by. The sound was not unfamiliar to him. He answered to bis name. That was he, John Revell Charnock! She felt as It she were entering upon the solution ot the mystery of his presence. Perhaps the morrow would tell. She would examine that boat and those decaying evidences ot humanity on the farther shore. She felt elated that night ere she went to sleep In the cave. The clew to the mystery she fancied was In her hand. She bad such occupation before her as she bad never hoped to come upon la a desert Island, at least The rope added to ber security. By piling stones before the entrance to the cave and reinforcing them with the boards from the wreck ot the boat and some fallen tree branches on the shore, she made a sort ot a barrier to It not a barrier that would have kept out ot the cave any one. who desired to enter, but one which, would have to be removed before .one could enter. And she so arranged matters, tying the end ot the rope to her wrist, that any attempt to remove It would Immediately waken her, That night sho slept secure and unmolested. CHAPTER IV. Lesson and Labor. The task to which she set beraelMn ' toward the trees. "John!" she crlod. "John Revell Charnock!" And at that sound the man stopped. lie' turned and looked at her again. "JoBat" she repeated. "John!" I her superior personality and presently he did aa she bade him. It amused her to roflect that to all the other lessons, so remakable as almost to make his brain reel and whirl, he was now learning the lesson of toll. It she could only keep pace with these great abstract concepts she was putting Into his being by giving him some mental realization ot them, so that the spiritual development would keep pace with the practical, she would be thoroughly satisfied with her educational processes. She mused on the problem as he labored silently and vigorously. He stopped once or twice, but she kept him to it, a feat vastly greater than aha realized, until the Interior of the boat, which was a small ship's boat, a dinghy, had been entirely cleared out She. had watched carefully every CHILDHOOD DAYS. f fjg. ' MX i ,' love a norse. There never was a boy who didn't We make baddies to order especlallj for children, aa well as for grown folks. All other paraphernalia for horses and ponies regularly kept In stock or made to order at short notice. "i C. McCLABY, a" i'-?- j , V i '.y j, ' J. Stxtfird. Ky ir jsBsBBBsBsBssssssBl EXCURSION j 21 - $1.50 AND RETURN 1 I 1 I CINCINNATI I I I She Watched Carefully Every Spadeful of Sand. surmised might have contained ship's bread, and a little barrel or keg, which had probably carried water for the voyagers. spadeful of sand which had been tossed over the buried gunwales and now she searched eagerly the boat Itself. Her Inspection revealed nothing. There were lockers at either end. These she opened, finding nothing therein but mouldering remains of cloth, bags ot some sort which she I JULY It I SPECIAL TRAIN I I Lv.MMCrty5:5(A.M.Iii Im HI 17 TIcktT. aHNT. f m rAniwuti j The boat appeared to be. In an excellent, state ot preservation. There were even a par of oars lying on the thwarts. If. aha cquld have dug it out of the sand entirely, she fanoted she could have launched It and used It. But auch a task was utterly beyond her, Bejldes there would have been no gain In having the boat afloat She would not dare to take It out beyond the barrier reef and there was nothing to row for In the lagoon. She easily broke the rotting lines with which the oars were secured and took them out They would be useful perhaps In some way. And then after a long look at the boat anilwlth a feel log. that her lb.c; had beea ma(aly JsWsML wtJksslsltsVsV SO YEARS I III I llll III A M H )' AnrosetenSliitaskettlianddeeertptUHiBif enlrtUr ueertein oar opialoa free whether aa tlouetnctlreonMeotUlUSMMflC oaFuua seat free. Uldxt uener tor eieurtaf veiaau. hteus Ueo .ifayueh Muas&. receive eswioinrike, without Aerse, lathe AkwSeeajelrlHeetfaleit DraiaNa CopvmaMTa As. Traoc Manas ' '1 J ,1 I days. sckunfic nmtkm. l4Hstetr. weeklr. IS. if . J " " mm wses ev. waeaiasw. fc tmw knpiirmjmM ese w 2Mx,ltMr4l)NKv 'fw Mfc iy -- FMdat july is, ink lag Mm to far that she had abundant confidence In bor ability to do so to the end. It wat quite evident that life would be easily supported under the, eeadltlons In which It must be lived on that Island. She need have no physical concern as to her material well being or comfort, and here was mental education and stimulus which made her for the time being forget the rest ot the world. Indeed, she thought bitterly, at the lay awake during the long watchet ot the night, that the rett ot the world wat nothing to her and that the hated It. 8he, therefore, not only wat becoming resigned to ber situation, but wm rejoicing In It. Sho would teach thlt man all sho knew. She would teach blm to think, to reflect, to reason. She would teach him to talk. Since she bad a book, albeit a sorry one, she would teach him to read. The rain fell more softly now. Her eyes drooped. She slept again only to wake muse once more. She could slept better had he been outside. could he lie there In the complete '' i I'jwr-K1- trT-r- - - 1 Ta"ei the threw herself down under 3he trees and rested. She had left Mt weteh, bor procloui watch, back fM fee cave with tho book. 8he did !M dare U carry it around with her. flhe had. no war of carrying It la the tSta, single Earment which she wore, Ml ah Judged from the belcht of the rats that U must be noon time. Ther nstde their meal off the frulta of the aand.thls tlmo with a rich and Juicy antoanat added, which the man got for Sir at her suggestion In the algn Ian flsnsga at which she wat becoming climbing with wonderful agll-(V- ; agility almost, one of the faff1 cocoanut palma with which the tteacd abounded. There were frulta of yarlou aorta In great plenty on the MUad and, sho was bocomlng tho diet by degrees. She passed the noon hour In trying tm add to the mental equipment of her atenpanlou, He could say a number at words now and had some Idea of ZMh meaning, although he had not attempted to frame sentences nor Bod she yet tried to teach him so to da H was pleasant under the shade e tie trees. She found herself mar velisc-a- t times as to the contentment possessed her, a product of the ate suddenly plunged Into the Eden-Jfit- o existence which her forebears adght hare enjoyed ten thousand .TtarS'before. Tie boura ran on until 'the declining sun and the coolness that came with the late afternoon warned her that It she were to continue her she must be about it lm Mediately, So sho rose and nerrlng kerselt to her task went toward the oepptce wbero lay the ghastly remains at what had been a human being. Vtercing. herself to the duty with her Sails ohe carefully cut away the rush-a- , being particular not to disturb the fceaes ot the skeletons. As before she dW all this In the face of a vigorous zwaonstrance from the man. In some way, the could not tell how, the place a horrible to him. He would never leave come near It evidently of his own wiUyand although the power ot memory 'In him was but latent, the Impres-ah- a that had been produced upon him Uy what she found there at soma scriad In Ills life was strong enough to make him avoid it forever. for assist-iiacShe did not ask him indeed, she would not hare trusted: him with the knife under any drenmstaaces, and be made no close to her. He stood an the outskirts of the coppice In a state of excitement, uttering &e-i- t without sequence or reason such weeds, had taught him. To him, 1M this Instance, she gave no heed. Presently she bad completely un-sered, the two skeletons. She bad cstadted-- ' anatomy, but was not a In that department of human Morning; She thought that the skeletal before her was that of a woman. 3fce measured Its length with a piece of tall grass and compared It with her enrav They were both of a size. The ats In' which the bones lay was soft tmA porous. Every vestige ot clothing Issii limg. since rotted away and disappeared with the flesh It covered. If Cite prersoa whose bones lay there had wora any article of gold or sliver, wkith). being rustless would have sur- wired? the long exposure, they were ape-IIk- o nccus-tned'to Mewled. Mtatlty these might be, entered jl tkt e, survived the ose childish habit of prayer and that the ose vestige of language which bad remained to him wat the language ot petition. She did not believe In It, of course. It was absurd to her, but It was none the Use wonderful. It filled her with a certain awe. It was at it some power bad maintained a hold upon the consciousness ot this man In this way. "Now I lay me down to sleepl" How long It had been since abe bad said that? She believed nothing, she cared for nothing, but tbe woman hid her face In her hands for a moment She clenched her teeth and forced out ot her mind that which at that moment was striving for birth. She was to teach this man everything. She was to make him know life and history. She was to bring him In touch with all the glories ot and she recognized in that hour, although she did not and could not admit It, that perhaps be might teach her something as well, something that she had not known or something that she had forgotten. Without the knowledge ot which all ber science was a vain, a foolish, a futile thing. Tho little prayer was ended. The man rose to his feet She took her spade and went back to the place where the bodies had lain and there began carefully to scrape away the earth, examining scrupulously every shovelful ere sho threw It aside. In one place where the band had lain, she remembered, her labors were She came across two rings, a diamond and a plain circlet ot gold. These she placed In her tunic with the collar and continued her digging. It was growing late and growing dark, but she left no square Inch of ground unexplored. She found nothing else. The rings belonged to a woman evidently. Her surmise in that particular was right. There, were no other metal parts ot her apparel left. The nails In her shoes, the steel ot her corset had rusted away and left no sign. There was nothing remaining but tbe two little baubles pressing against her own warm flesh. So Intent had she been that the sun had gone down before she ceased and upon the Island there descended that quick and sudden night of tbe tropics. The wind bad risen, the old ocean was thundering on tbe barrier reef and n heavy sea breeze was shrieking through the trees. The sky on the horizon was overclouded and tbe clouds were rising rapidly. There would be a storm, which was developing with tropic rapidity Quickly she retraced her steps along the sand toward the cave on tbe other side, the man following. They had progressed not more than half way when the storm bust upon them. Peals of thunder and flashes ot lightning filled the air. It was such a display of the Titanic forces ot nature as might have appalled the stoutest heart. It filled the woman with a vague terror. She noticed with satisfaction that the man was entirely unmoved by the terrific demonstrations ot nature. By the flashes of lightning as they stumbled along In the otherwise total blackness she could see his face serene. In a mo- r and have How and steeping Insensibility ot slumber? Her band fell against her breast. There was the treasure trove of her existence the day before. What would they tell her? She could scarcely wait until morning to look. So sho woke and slept and woko and slept until tho day broke. It was bright and sunshiny out, although there were ominous clouds all about the western horizon. It was probable that tho rainy season was at hand, it not upon them. Sho regretted that she had not given more time to the study ot nature, to the fauna and flora of the South seas, to the conditions ot wind and weather under which life was lived there. Much philosophy would she gladly have parted with for such practical Information. She had to piece ber Ideas ot affairs out from scraps and tags ot knowledge, unclassified, Incoherent; from vague recollections of childhood stories and romances; from carelessly scanned collections ot voyages, books ot travel and adventure. Tho result was unsatisfactory. In some particulars tho Instinctive man before her was her master At the things which went to make up physical comfort and well being In a state ot absolute nature he certainly Surpassed her. She was thankful when she walked abroad that she bad the shelter ot the cave, for eery thing was drenched from the terrific downpour. If It was the beginning ot the wet season she knew that the rains would soon come again. Still she luxuriated In what freedom she bad. Without removing her single garment she plunged Into the lagoon for a refreshing bath. The man followed her and swam about her moving slowly, with less skill than she, but as easily as a porpoise plunges about the bow of a progressing ship. Refreshed, she came back to the mouth of the cave and brought thence all ber for a careful Inspection save the little worldly possessions, heap of clothing which she bad carefully plted upon the Jutting shelf in the shadow ot the Vave for time of need. She ranged them on the sands before ber. There waj.the Bible and the tittle silver box which she had She examined found In the cave. more critically Its contentt, wondering ska arranged it carefully according te the mode which beet became her. Sometimes when the had finished her toilet, the thot a glance at the watchful man, a human, natural Inatlacttve glance, but she wat able to detect no change In bit mental attitude, which wat that ot tuch complete and entire adoration, mingled with timidity and hesitation, that no transient change apparently waa able to modify It. He looked upon her aa he might have looked upon a god, she thought, bad he known what a god was and had there been such a thing to took at. There was also the pair of scissors, together with the little housewife with needles and thread. Mirror, hairpins, an's scissors, sewing materials, goar and the Bible, a woman's book, she reflected with a certain bitterness, unconscious ot the truth ot her thought a book for children, old women, and women-lemenl Well, that philosophy upon which she prided herself must come to ber assistance now and she could not afford to disdain tho volume which was all that the world of many books offered to her for her purpose, because she did not believe In IL Tho truth was In her and she could tell him what It was desplto the assertion ot the printed pages. In the leather bag there was absolutely nothing except broken glass and scratched bottle tops ot silver and the bag Itself was ruined. She separated the pieces ot metal and tho metal fittings ot the bag, which were also of silver, and Oiling the rotting leather with sand she presently sank It In the lagoon. Last ot all she examined what she bad brought from the other shore of the Island the night before. The silver was tarnished, but by rubbing It In the sand she soon brightened It, It was heavily engraved and she had no difficulty In making out tbe words: "John Revel! Charnock His Dog." After that waa a date "July 22, 1875." John Revell Charnock then would be 21 years old, assuming that this was he and that tbe dog bad been comb-wom- Ikave been fire or ! ream old, else Ike would have died being deserted. The woman had, Indeed, died, and the ,dog with ber, and left the lad alooo. .w. juone ue m uobu iui 'year on that island, wnai waicaiui She beProvidence? . . . Btopl lieved In no Providence. What strange mysterious fate kept him from the fate of the other two, had preserved for her? him alone So she wove a history out of her treasure trove for this man, a history which at least satlafltd her and which the more she reasoned about It and tho more she tested It, seemed abso- ... lutely adequate and entirely correct. Well, she had opportunity now and she waa glad. She facod tbe future .calmly, recognizing her chance and her work and set about with systematic method, order and persistence to teach this man what It was to be a human being, to give blm, aa rapidly ae she might communicate It and aa he might receive It, all tbe loarnlng she possessod, to compensate him with no further delay for those 25 yoara ot silence. Was It tor thlt she bad been trained and educated at great cost of time an'd money and offort? That she being a woman should give It all to this one man without money and without price? CHAPTER VI. ae-sh- spe-AiS- it given him when he was born. It was more probable, however, that he was from three to Ave years old before he became the owner of a dog, which would make him about 25. The man before her looked younger to nor scrutiny than that. Care and trouble had passed blm by With nothing to vex him he might have been any age. He would probably look Just as he was for 20 years or more. Still fancifully adjusting external relations to Internal relations, which, after all, she realized waa the secret ot life according to ber favorite philosopher, she concluded that the man was 25, three years older than aha at that moment, a proper difference In their ages for . . . Her fac,e flamed. She scarcely knew why, and she turned to an Inspection of tbe rings. greba'iiy' Juried In the earth beneath tit bwuue. She would attend to that WtCT r. ft Tbeir sfte looked toward the bones t of the human remains and decided, instantly that they were the ftece ot dog. Across the vertebrae I7,plea of metal. She picked It up, recognizing It Instantly as a plate to a WWcd 'dwl probably belonged doccaHar. There was an Inscription en K watch she did not take the tiut moment to read. Slipping tc tntt toe bosom of her tunic and Mailer sure that the confining rope wou3t tetp It from falling out. she tsepsd" tfown and gathered the bones of tfe Human being up In her arms, as the task was, and carried theft Jown to the boat on the beach. Bbtf Aid them In the bottom of the bbrt. carefully and then moved by a sctfueA impulse, she went back and up those of the dog which SPa-irt- J wtryxz in the boat also. It was an tmrr matter to tumble a few spadefuls ot sawf over the bones. Then she left Oesr in that rude Viking sepulture, knowing that time would soon refill the empty dinghy and the bones would kb safely burled unless some other Investigator should uncover them. Theiaan hud lighted her In no way H thfs process, but Ills excitement was very great. While she stood looking down at tbe little heapof sand which owered all that remained of this and forgotten visitor to this wondering If the fate ot that trespasser upon these silent shores would some day be hers, the man suddenly dropped on his knees as she bad ateea blm do on her first night on the telanf. He put his hands together and kkgaa that mumbled Jargon which she 1m4 net been able to understand, but whkfis had seemed to her more like MUgusge than anything to which be fait given vent. She was surprised measure, yet abe listened with very faculty on the alert It possible to comprehend what he bad been say-teand presently a familiar sound or tmt flashed Into her mind that he was making use ot a prayer which she herself had used la childhood; that, sdtswrd, fantastic, impossible though tat conclusion was, he was saying the oMIdtsh petition, "Now I lay me down 6 sleep!" Ta first Impulse of the woman was tw laugh. The next Impulse was to tsJuoS tbe palm leaf hat and stand wkk tewed bead and clasped hands. ,Wkst marvelous miracle was this throughout Ue years which she na tatger doubt this man bad ltftt'Jfl m UMliliMsl. VW& art ttto-feetrou-Me-- ri.tne for-Ur- nl t4 ment ot apprehension she caught his hand with her own and clung to It tightly. It was the unconscious appeal ot the physical weaker to the physical stronger. Her hand had clasped the hands ot her fellow creatures many times. Never before bad hie palm met the palm of human being, much less a woman's. She could feel that tremor run through htm, but by Instinct, as It were, he met her band clasp with his own. and together they madethelr way to the cave. Tbey had scarcely reached It when the rain burst upon them. The heavens were opened, the floods descended, they beat upon the sands In fury. She could not drive him out there In that flood for the night. She motioned him to come within the entrance ot tbe cave which was sheltered from the wind and which was dry and still. She made him lie down near the entrance and then, withdrawing herself into a recess at the side, she disposed of the oars, which she had carried home on ber shoulders, in front ot her from wall to wall and lashing them with the rope to ber person made another feeble barrier, but which would yet give the alarm to her and waken ber It it were moved. And presently she went to sleep. She was too tired even to speculate oa her discoveries or to piece them together; that would The Man Followed Her and Swam be occupation for the morning. About Her, Moving Slowly. CHAPTER V. what they might be, and finally there came Into her mind recognition that they were flint and ateel. When the The Voices of the Past. It rained bard during most of the wished, the could make a fire. She night. Tbe woman slept lightly and wat happy for the moment In tho whenever she woke she could hear knowledge and then the useletsness ot outalde of her sanctuary the roar of the power came across her curiously. the storm. The man, as usual, slept What did she want of Ore? There was the long hours through as undisturbed nothing to cook. Its warmth was unby the commotion ae a child. It was necessary. Still abe was glad to have apparent to her that he bad absolutely the ancient flame klndlers and she no tear. Whether this was due to Ig- laid them aside carefully In the box, norance or temperament she could not knowing when they might be usenot say. Was fear, after all, under the ful, under what circumstances Invaluconditions In which hit life had been able. At least she might regard them lived, a purely artificial quality, or wat as apparatus which would be helpful It natural and Inherent? He bad In the curriculum through which she avotdancet, abhorrencei, antipathies, meant ber savage pupil should pass. as the skeleton! In the coppice which Then there wat ber watch which she bad burled. Wat that avoidance the guarded aa the apple ot her eye. something else? Was It wat an American watch of tbe very fear or wat it It Instinct or did it arise from recol- bett make, and although It bad gone lection? She rather fanoled tbe last. with ber through the watera tuch wat If so, it was evident that tbe man had tbe workmanablp ot the cate that It been on tbe island a long time. It bad taken no harm. It wat ticking would have taken yeara for the metal away bravely, marking time. She that mutt have been about that thought that for ber time had ttopped, woman's person to rust away, for the and yet the was glad, Indeed, for the steel clasps of tbe dog's collar entire- almost human sound it made when she ly to disappear. laid It lovingly against ber cheek. Upon that faint memory that he There were the hairpins, also, for cherished, upon that prayer that be whlcb she was most grateful. Tbey prayed, she could build the foundation enabled ber to keep her balr In order. of bla education. She bad been so suc- She bad a wealth of glorious balr, cessful In training him and in restrain-Uj- ( black as the midnight sky. With the bli, la UflueadM him and swar- - aid of the mirror and of the comb, nrlratau which alaa we - The first waa a diamond, a solitaire, ot rare beauty, she Judged. Although she was not especially expert In such matters, she deemed It mutt be ot great value. There was no Inscription ot any sort within the narrow hoop of gold, although she searched keenly the Inner surface. The diamond was curiously set. There waa an exquisite tracery of a little coat of arms on either side of tbe setting, done In miniature but with a skill to marvel at. too small even for her brilliant vision to decipher In detail. The other she recognized with a sneer aa one of those fetters of convention, a wedding ring. It waa a heavier boop ot gold much engraved within. 8be washed It In the stream and rubbed It In tbe sand until she could make It out. "J. R. C," she read, "to M. P. There waa a date after, September 10, 1869, and then these cabalistic words, "II. Cor 12' IE," which she presently divined to be a reference to some text In tbe Bible, fit source from which to select the "posy of a ring," agreeable to those who submit to such ancient follies at bonds of matrimony, the She reached foV the Bible and with unfamiliar fingers searched through It until she found the place- - "I will very gladly spend and be spent for you; though the more abundantly I love you, the less I be loved " Tbe beauty of the phrase caught her fancy She read with a atrange new Interest tbe chapter In which these words were shrined. The touch ot human passion came to her across tbe long years and with tbe ring sparkling In ber own white hand she embodied Its tradition in personality and tbe woman who bad been so loved stood before ber. Her eyes fell again upon the man and the dream was broken. She pieced together now all that she had ot blm, smiling aa she did so T" well-name- at tbe thought ot certain strange stor- trr ies she bad read wbereln men of marvelous deductive powers had brought to solution problems which appeared aa Impossible ot detection aa this pre sented to ber. John Revell Charnock, evidently the father ot the man of the Island, had married one M. P. T. on tbe 10th of September, 186). Perhaps within year afterward this John Revell Char nock, assuming blm, as waa likely, to have borne his father's name, waa born. The best English stock la the colony were Massachusetts and Virginia. Tbe stern piece ot the boat borne tbe name of a Virginia river and ot a Virginia town. The man before her was a Virginian, therefore. Say be was born In 1171, It would make him 25 years old, in accordance with ber first guess. Tbe father and mother, possibly ruined by tbe results of tbe civil war, had embarked oa some vessel to seek a fortune In a new Something had happened to land. the ship and tbo woman, tho little boy and the dog bad landed In some way upon these Bhores alone after soma horrible voyage, perhaps Ilk" 'bat she The Baseless Fabric Unconsciously sho fulfilled many InTrue pbllosphy Is ascetic. It may junctions of blm who had she but best be practiced under conditions In known It was the greatest ot philosowhich tbe material is In abeyance. It phers Naturally she kept herself exalts tbe spiritual, It Is distinguished untpottod from the world, Yot when by Indlfferece to environment Thero the young man who bad engaged ber Is nothing so fatal to Its profession aa affections proposed to ber that they extravagance. Frugality Is to the should put her theories In practice, philosopher what modesty Is to a after some hesitation sho had accoded woman the essential thing without to his proposition, it was a species ot which It and she cease to be. not far from heroism The atmosphere Into which Kather-In- e that made her consent Indeed, she did Brenton was suddenly plunged by not realize how heroic It was. With her bold step was the very antithesis no other ceremony than a clasp of the ot thece requirements. It waa un- band and an unspoken, wordloss healthy, and like unhealthy airs It promise of trust devotion, d bred disaster. She had been trained alliance, publicly and beforn. to Independence of conditions, to dis- (lod and man, without a thought for regard of circumstances, as well as to the one and with no full realization disdain ot restraint, but there was of the thoughts of the other at least that within ber surroundings whlcb, on her part they bad gone away tofrom her first experience of them, she gether, band tn hand; be and she felt instinctively to be vitiating, which In love like any other pair tended to deprave, which precluded ttneo Eve mated with Adam In tho uninfluenced the exercise ot clear, dawn of tbe world's first morning mentality. Especially In her case was Yet there has never been an Kden this true since the luxury with which ot wblch man has known without Its she had boen Surrounded appealed so serpent In tbe cabin ot that gorgeous subtly to tho preponderant, and it yacht Sathanas reared his bead. The must bo admitted, Immortal fomlnlne first week or so of the adventure had Sex distinction, been filled with Idyllic happiness, hapIn ber composition. sex difference waa the one thing piness so great that It waa strong against which she fought Sex equality enough to quiet certain low, stilt, small was the supreme good to be desired In voices ot conscience whlcb the woman her scheme ot right relationships be- rlgh'Jy ascribed to a strange atavism tween the Individual and the universe. ot ancient prejudice to which her philWhile she rebelled against her sex, osophy was as yet unequal. yet she rejoiced In It Glad was she However, tuch conditions did not sometimes on that very account that long persist Her disciple waa Into her was given the opportunity to clined, presently she found to her sorprove her superiority to the limitarow, to take a somewhat lower view tions, disabilities and man made tramof tbe situation than suited her own mels ot womankind. high touted vlems. The ardor of ber Born of two fanatics on the same devotee cooled as his passion Insubject whose Insanity was modified creased. Shut up In the narrow conand mollified by brilliancy of Intellect fines of a ship great and splendid In every other field of Investigation though this yacht was beyond Imaginaand experiment Katberlne Brenton tion little characteristics heretofore hour for ber unsuspected developed In tbe mere bad boen trained to the profession, for the exploitation ot ber man. Tbe course ot true love wat not principles. Tbe greatest of universi- to smooth aa the summer seas over ties pointed to ber with peculiar pride which they sailed. Tbe air tn which ae oce of the children of the free, they lived was ruQed by flurries In free from everything In thought and which experience would have found determined to be free from everything presage for coming deeper storm. Tbe tn action. Much was expected from Image that had feel ot clay sought for her and the world wns not similar earthly alloy In the companion at the first result of her men- Image which waa made of pure gold tal labor. There were certain alt through, and finding It not re people who deplored the sented It desperately The convert perversion of so much talent and even having gained his desire, weakened tn genlue to the defense of error, but his principles, Tberd was no relaxathese did not count The world bought tion In bis devotion. In his tenderness, ber book In thousands, read It avidly In anything outward and visible, but and regarded It as the last word ot the high philosophy which bad made the last woman ot the end of the age the Joint effort almost a on the sex problem. Cleverly disguis- or demonstration was slowly vanish ing her phlloeopby In the form of tic- - tng trom one heart while the other clung the more tenaciously to It It waa the old. old story In a little the catapaw developed Into the tempest. When It appeared It came with surprising swiftness Tbe woman found that tn neither abstract thought nor mental speculation was there any protection for her There might be no (lod In heaven, but there was a conscience In ber breast finally aho broke away trom the roan so far aa she could do so when they were both In the same ship of which he wat lord and matter. She would have nothing more to do with him tave that which common decency and the bare civilities of life demanded of bor Denied the privilege! upon which he bad counted, tbe man grew savage and showed the cloven foot The disagreement became a quarrel. Tbe quarrel ran through several phases, Ashamed of himself be bad recanted at first Then be bad sworn again allegiance to tbe specious phlllsopby which she In His Anger He Reeortsd to Drink. now realised be bad only professed, tlon, with one bound the bad leaped consciously or unconsciously, that be to the fore front ot all the wrltera might possess ber. But she waa not atruggllng for reeognltton. Publishers deceived. There was no truth In bis sought her. Magazines pursued her. words; hit asseverations carried no to her soul. Again he, Another book took shape In her mind. conviction enough ber education stormed and raged; once more h Singularly apologized and appealed, but tbil and the erratic bent of ber mind had and th of calm grew lert ber primarily quite unspoiled. She oertoda ot storm grew shorter and mo longer waa the product tot merely of her age. periods The woman alone wa ber environment, her parents, but ot vehement She wat overwhelmed wit a long generation ot people to whom eteadfast. aa ab- shame, the horror ot the situation wa ber thoughts would have be-i,, upon her pertoa waa agreeable, rising beganher. horrent at to realize how helplei She unconscious Christianity which Tbe Inspiration ot she was, Under surrounds the world and especially belief, wblch was the honest aa It wa aa pure tbe world ot woman kept her mistaken, she bad put herself In th and tweet and lovable thete In spite power of this man. Even If she wer or, not because ot, ber perverse and she ashore, there would bo no one t, perverted phlloeopby. Though whom she could appeal, and hero defied convention In Its spirit, she was ship she was helpless. Linger! naturally subject to It In IU exercise. tbe ot better things bad kept hli Instance, to her the marriage bond remains For resort of the tyraa was, Indeed, a bond, the marriage vow from tbe last a tbe part ot weakness a confession (To be continued.) single-heartedlasp-polnted e at least and the marriage relation an acknowledgement of Inferiority again oa the part of the woman. She would bare Bene ot these things la ber tire, Yet aa the thought, she bad given her heart to a man alas, the submission to the eternal law! and although their relationship was sanctioned by nothing but their affection, It wat to her at pure and aa holy a thing at It the contract had been wltnetted and blest by a thousand priests. What was It to blm? She counted without the other sex. Many other women unfortunately have done the same. Not content with the writing ot books, her Intense devotion to her cause, coupled with her unflagging energy, had found vent upon tho lecture platform. The curious crowded to her feet at once, so bold, so radical, so beautiful and so Innocent One of her first converts had been tbe only bygone boson ot a nanza king ot the Pacific slope. Ills conversion was not so much an effort ot pure reason as ot primal passion, although that fact was In no wise apparent to her. 8be would find that out lator. This modern Hypatla, skilled In the learning of the schools, burning with exhaustless teal, permeated with fiery energy, was yet aa Innocent In some ways ns any ot ber humbler sisters. As that good Book which sho dlsdatned In the nower Illuminations which had come to her, might have said ot bor, she was In tho world but not ot It of Ue woman, ' FRIDAY JULY 16th, 1910. TKE INTERIOn JOURNAL. TAOU FIVK. THE BIG SALE IS ON AT SEVERANCE & SON'S. This Big Sale j 1 V I Mens' Soft, Shirts. comfort Mens' Extra Fine Shirt with collars 81.60 and $2.00 kind,' only When these are gone wc will not b able to get any more. This price i Iojc out the lot. Is it'll I on. Dg Is Those wl: come lmjr. You will buy if you cornc, as the snv Everything for Summer 80c' in Ittfe ". Apparent when you mc our price. it Cut Prices. I I O jmc quick.. f x As to where to luiy your Summer Goods just follow the crowd to our tton c are giving many wonderful bargains in Dry Good. .Shoe?. Etc. If You Are In Doubt f SEVERANCE & SON, Tom Newlnnd spent several days in There la a new line of 26c box special values at Pinnj's Druj; Louisville this week. Mis. Stagg and Miss Pleasants went Store. to Cedar Creek Thursday PERSONALS. Tommy Hall the "mayor" of d was in town Thursday. and Misses Sallle llurdette Attorney James Denny, of LexingMi Rue lielh James, are at Crab ton Is at his old ho.ne here, recuperattor a sbort visit. prchard ing from a Illness. of City Marshal Luther llerron. Dr. Tim Pennington, of Stanford, (Lancaster, waa here on business spent Sunday with friends here. iTpMrsday, Republican. h Jos, Davis, of Cooper county, Mo., Is Mr. J. C. McClary Is back from vy, urouirr-iD-iuw- , vjeurjc ois in Kllxlr Springs greatly improved FID 1 ltMUtrijr ArifttrtH nnrl rllllflrpn health. Little John 8. llaughman, Jr, sun Felix and Elltaheth, of Danville, have returned from a visit of several weeks of Mr. and Mrs. John S. llaughman, Is III and scarlet fever Is feared Id Texas. Little Allie Russell and Craig Klsh, Miss Nancy Yeaiter has been the t guest of MUs Llulo Uaugbman, lu children of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Klsh. aro spending a few weeks with his . Danville. ! Miss Drye has returned home father, Hon, V C. Fish at Paint Lick. Effle Mr John M P Thatcher Is at home utter a most delightful Milt with at Lebanon, In Somerset from New York, where he fiends and rulatlv.-Is practicing law Mr Thatcher Is In Mb era a number of entertainment "Vere given in her honor. the olllce of one of the biggest law I Miss 8ue Dcth James, of l.auderdale firms In the metropolis and is making Miss,, has been tho guest of Miss good. Mr. and Mrs. 8. P. Stephenson, of allle llurdette here. Judge J. V, Alrorn attended the Hustotivllle, nave been visiting Mrs. anquet to tho Stato bar association Pinn Combtbt at Pril, Casey county, who Is 111 of typhoid fever. Mlddleiboro Thursday night. Misses Mary, Utssio aud Maggie Mr and Mrs. Luke Carpenter, of tbe ustor.ville section arc receiving con Oeggln, of Somerset, have been tho TBinlAilong uDon the nrrlvul of a guests of Mr. John Goggln at Hubble, tautlful little daughter, who has they wero here this week to see en named Julia Allen. their aunt, Miss Amanda Goggln who Mri. Ranford M Logan returned to has been Quite sick, but Is improved '.tome at Wllmore yesterday after i.ow. a six weeks stay with her parent A number of young people enjoyed Judge and Mrs. M. C. Saulley Her a dellxhtfal dance given by Miss Virlittle son Ueorge Logan will remain ginia Bright at her home near Hubbere the remainder of the summer. ble Wednesday night Among those Mr II. N. Spoonamore. of Hedge-vlll- who went from here were Messrs. J. Km-trJoined his wife and children at T. Wilkinson, Carl Carter, Wesley Stone, and a visit to Lexington last Friday for Mike Penny. Marshall Hubble. the family of Mr Thomas Mock, Sam and James Harris of pa-crMay-woo- Stanford, Kentucky. Notes and Accounts Collected,- - gut We collect notes and accounts anywhere in the United States. N- oJudge K. S doocb, a former resi- charges unless we collect. Also 'look after claims of all kinds. dent of Lincoln county, died it his Bank references. Correspondence solicited. homo In Somerset at 6 o'clock Thursday morning. Judge Gooch was CO years of age and Is survived by his Carpenter, at Hustonvllle Miss Sue Taylor Engleninn Is the wife and three children. He vas forWOODSON MAY, Mgr.. guest of Miss Lizzie llaughman lu Dan mer city Judge of Somerset and ono of the most highly respected eithens Mile. Judge J. W. Hughes, Messrs V. L. of Pulaski county. He has a great Moore and W. J. Potect and County many friends In Lincoln who will be Attorney Rodman Kecnon, of Mercer, grieved to learn ho is no more. passed through in a big auto Friday morning en route to Crab Orchard. Sbort Local News. Mrs. Katherlne McClary and little Cold after cold1; cough after cough! Troubled with, (laughter Effle Withers, havu retaking-col- d habit? Better break it up. We have great turned from a visit to Mrs. Smith PenNotice. 5 per cent penalty ndded ny, at St. Joe Mo. confidence in Ayer's Cherry Pectoral for this work. No rchool tax Aug. 3 1910. L. R. Mrs. Robert C Saullcy, of Parker, Arlzonn, Is the guest of relatives here Mrs J. C. Hays Is confined to her Lome with Illness. Miss Kathleen Lynn Is the guest of Mlst.es Hazel and Maude Slone Miss Polly Trayior Is tbe guest of Mrs A. O. Robertson in Danville. Miss Sarah Dunn and Mary Uurch are guests this week of Mrs. T. L Judge Gooch Dead FORMER LINCOLNITE PAUSES AWAY IN 80MER8ET MAY'S COLLECTION Somerset, ... AGENCT Kentucky. Weak Throat Weak Lungs ftk s Hughes, Clerk. ,t e, toi&000oooffloo0Oioeo DO i YOU 0 o o 0 0 0 0 0 0 t o & WORK? Then You Will Need More Clothes. Khaki Pants $1, $1.50 and $2 Shirts 25c, 50c 75c and $1 Flow Shoes At Any Price d. o o & 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 " " For Sale Nice residence on Main In Stanford, Ky,. the frontage rl. H. M'ANINCH AND STEWART of lot large enough tor another buildDALDOCK ARE NO MORE ing lot All necessary outbuildings. Henry 11. McAnlnch, ono of tho Everything In good repair. Price moft prominent citizens of Casey I2.7C0. A bargain, see L. It. Hughes, county, passed nway at his homo in Stanford, Ky, the Middlcburg section Wednesday Big lint-- of uinbrell.iB to cheap you after a short illness. He was In hli can afford to lose them.Country Store. ECth year and Is survived by his wife and six children. The funeral was Picnic umbrellas, the kind you can rouducted from the Baptist church at leave on the grounds. Country Store. Mtddleburg Thursday, Elder J Q. We guarantee our pocket knlvec Montgomery conducting the services. The funeral was very largely attend- aud raxors. Country Store. ed, Mr. McAnlnch being one of tbe Haney Hopkins, a graduate of the most respected and substantial citi- Moreland school, has been chosen to He had lived there teach the school zens of Carey. at Saufley. practically all of his life and hnd takPowder, guns, tobacco bo?8 and tee en prominent part in its affairs during He was tmokers. Geo. H. Farrls' his long and useful career a consistent member of the Christian Bids for the surplus mlUc at the church and will be greatly missed In Creamery will be received by H. J. a wide circle. Stewart Raldock, aged C'J years, also McRoberta. died from a long illness of complicatCompetitatlve examination for ed liver and stomach troubles at his to Stam collegr wl'l home near Coffey. He was a Union Q was an held in my office July veteran lu the civil war, and SInglrton, Supt, honorable and respected citizen lu his community, having lived lhere nil his Having been called away on aclife. A wife, two daugtters and a count of the Illness of a relative, Rev W. T. Montgomery will not hold any brother survive him. services at the Moreland, Union Bcwnrc of Ointments for Caf.rni Church on next Sunday The uet service at this church will be held that Contain Mercury, on tbe tilth Sunday in this month. turtlr dmroy th ttmr ol ran u nurture bw iritcm u4 conipWif ilrtvitt lb bo.eturtmrc. Hurh routine It throufb lh muroiM It soothes, refreshes, on prrwrtp-tkuHkuU hth br turd uumtrom rrpuublf phrtimna, itnpl duuur tberi and purifies the stomach, strengthens m Ui bowels and laid to lb rood ou tn pcwlblr ilf kidneys. do a A tonic that prevents sumtlv Irom thm. lUII't Ciurth Cwt. mouttuml is HollMtur's B.ff tT r 1 CbMMT A Co . Tnlfdo. O ronUlu DO upon mer troubles. Such k rurr. wi mimr- miim dirtctir .u Rocky Mountain Tea. 3Sc tea or tabtbe blood and rouroua vurUrm cl the lytu-m& anncr's. T burmt IIMIi ftunb curr I furf routnfrt tbt lets at Shugnrs Deaths In Casey ttreet medicine like it for weak throats and weak lungs. Ask your doctor for his opinion. He knows all about if. His approval is valuable. Follow his advice at all times. No alcohol in this cough medicine. J. C.Aycr Co.,Lowdl.M Always keep a good laxative In thehousc. Takeadoiewhenyourcoldfirstcomes on. What U Hie belt laxative for thU? Ayer't PUU. Alk your doctor his opinion. Let Mm decUc NOTICE. C. E. MEETING SUNDAY. The Christian Kndeavor Society Those desiring to bid on making of the 1'resbyterlau church will meet fill and concrete wall at the Sunday evening at 7 o'clock Yon are new bridge over Hanging Fork Creek iuvited to come promptly so as to get meeting In tXmt for ' at J. 8. Murphy's, will find specifica- through with the the union service at ttre Melfcotfrt tions at the McKinney Deposit Bank church. A full attendance Is Astral or at n.y oflicc. J. P. Bailey, Judge L. and an Interesting program will ' -40-C. C. given. Annie Davis McRoberta, 3 8r.- I Going Away Are you going away to spend your vacation ? If so let us show you our line of Suit-Gas- es 11 t--e 15-1- I$ ana Trunks U1 111 - Don't borrow, your friend may be going away too. TV v Uhki. br Hold troulnr TokOo Intrrnallr and nude It la 1" Co. iMtunonuu txte. 1 Chrutr br PruMUU. Itk. 7V- - pr botUe. lait lUut iamur Tula lor coutlpalioD. lrn Hurt In Runaway F. A. HARNEY THROWN OUY OF BUGGY AND INJURED V. A. Harney, the well known farmer of this county, was badly 'mrt In u runaway accident in lioyle roun- ly this week. He hnd been .Isltlng Mr. T. P. Clark and haa stop ped at a creek 'tb water ills hor?e As he did so, the hone atepped on the overcheck which had bevu taken eff, nnd pulled the bridle off. He wns a youug horse and this scared him and he began in run. Mr. Hnrnev was in tbe buggy with no way to o.ntrol him, but kept his seat, until finally the buggy hai dashed agalnsi a largo stone and overturned ana Mr. Harney thrown out. His face and neck were badly cut nrd ho wns considerably bruised up otherwise, but was treated by a ph)slcian and la doing as well ae could be expected now. Union Services At Night TO BE HELD IN STANFORD ING HEATED TERM DUR W. E. PERKINS, o : 0 s V But our Chrome Shoe Beats 0 0 All. Satisfaction Guar-tee- 0 Them 0 $ DUCK BRAND OVERALLS Have one fault; they last too long m 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Tbe churches of Stanford will unite service lach Sunday night during the summer. The first servlce will bo held at the Methodist church next Snday night. Rev. D. M. Walker, of tho Christian church will preach the termon. The public is cordially Invlt-d- . In u L I L. R. Hug hes CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY. T. W. Humble W. O. Martin Sunday Services. Preaching at the Baptist church on Sunday morning by the pastor, subject "The Lord's Supper." All members of the church ore urgently requested to be present. The Supper will also be celebrated at this service Rev. Wm. Sprinkles will preach at Neal' Creek church Sunday morning at 10:30 o'clock and at Logan's creek P. M. nt 3: Revival services began vS. Thursday nnight. Rev. A. F. of New Jersey, preaching. crowd was present to greet j CHI IN OXFORDS BIG A Suit of Cool Underwear Makes You Feel Bet ter After Hard Days' Work foot, ready for a days' work for $3. We can dress you irom neaa to 0 0 0 0 Cummins i & Wearen, W mKm STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Thte store is the hom4 of Hart, Schaffner & Marx clot MMrMt AN EXPERT'S OPINION OF SKIN Rowland DISEASES expert on A nromlnent national Bolback, you are fa A large skin diseases whose name miliar with says that in all bis scienhim and tific exnerlence he has never found to 1oln lnthe opening service. Tbe so hard a disease to conquer as Ec- hesitate to he does chapel ha been beautifully finished rema. Yet Zerao aa notmost successa very soon .the build recommend for tho treatment of Econ the Inside and ful remedy ing will have the appearance of an zema, itching skin diseases, dandruff, , pimples, blackheadB and all other die-entirely new structre. eases of tbe skin and seal). He B.iys , that not only do Its curative qualities SAVED AT DEATH'S DOOR mnlip it nnmilar but also the fact that death, seemed ready to it is a clean liquid remedy for external The door of open for Murray W. Ayers, of TmnsiU uge A great improvement over tbe styIe Ereasy salves aud lotions Hrldce. N. Y.. when his Ufa was iiprfniiv savod. "1 was In a dreaatui which lire not only unpleasant to use condition," he writes, "my akin was but do not destroy tho germ llto that ; emi. urnws mu almost yellow; eyes sunken; tongue destroys the disease, coated; emaciated Irom losing 40 terms to tho surface and destroys pounds, growing weunr uunjr. them, leaving the skin clear nnd heal-liver trouble pulling me down to thy. Can bo used freely on infants. I death In spite of doctors. Thou that Mr. Q. L. Penny will gladly supply tnnirhipmi medicine Electric Hitters those who call with a free sample bot cured me. I regained tho 40 pounds tle of Zemo ana a oookicv wuuu imr nmi now am well and strong." plains lu simple language all about For all stomach, liver and klndey- tVdn diseases and how to cure your-sol- ! troubles they're supreme. 00c at Penat home with Zemo. ' won-J,.1(i 1 I We will sell you any pair of slippers left in our house at a great reduction. Now is the time to buy. From 25 to 50 per cent, in Vici, Patents, Tan, Oxblood, etc. $3.50 Oxfords cut to $2.28 $3.00 Oxfords cut to $1.98 $2.50 Oxfords cut to $1.48 $1.50 Oxfords cut to $1.18 Our loss is your gain. HUGHES, MARTIN & i CO., L Dry Gccds, Notions, 'Shoes, STAN FORD,'. KENTUCKY rAU,B SIX. TtP INTKUiqR JOURNAL. PARMER'S DEPARTMENT. FIUDAV JULY" 15, 1310, 'O GO TO TOE w u Lancaster Fair JULY 27th 28th fe r. 1-9-1-0. Business is good now but it is top late in the season. We have no room this cattle averaging ot for our Fall ought head Goods, as our Spring Joseph Harp, er per hndred n Northcott, popular pn Scott county, at is heavy; so don't wait until located stock farm For Sale. buyer I.ancaster, and main Pulaski county. It jou aw tains a large branch house Stan', oo late. Come early and get chpice price see a farm at your under the capable managenant Kings Tudor, Thurman leate thorough This LARGE STOCK consists of For his this week noire 29th J. T. Needed Rest time last season. l.uo, Ky. Mont" t V. L. H. M Jterndon sold to J C John stone, of Danville, 22 hogs averaging 231 pounds a S cenU Kdr Sale 100 foqt tobacco bed. A. It. UobDIni. Stantprd. Phone 169-4- . Wanted two" good horso flvo to hcv-ejcars old, must bo strictly inunl anl good drivers. V. l Klncald, Sictj'ord. Ky For Salo Two now) and 14 pig They are good ones. C 11 Urnwner, McKlnnoy, Ky Kstray holfer camn to my place. PLUMBING WE CAN SHOW YOU Owner can get some by pitying for ueep and this ad. j. steenbergen, In houses twti're none liut tho bst Crab Orchard. would be tolerated. Houses where ex For Halo. Several fine Jersey cows pense Is no object, but the best rytl and heifers registered and high grade most sanitary plumbing Is. Uut while and two registered bull, a Shetland s work wo do not jony by nine Kye. Pony buggy and we do prices. Have us estl harness. Lock Tlox 161 Stanford. charge boar. Strayed Ulack Herkshlro mate on your work and you will be surprised at the very unplumberltke Crop ott left ear; weight 135 to 150 pounds. Liberal reward lor return moderation of our figures. or information of whereabouts to O P V. K. WARNER, 33-Nowland, Crab Orchard. Stanford, Ky. Phone 88. FOR SALE. 13 homo power traction engine comparatively now. Itur. only a short n A Jl COST Commsncing July 9, EndingAug 1. a 39-3- to the cold, wet Spring we find ourselves and have to sell these goods to make Owing1 over-stocke- d high-clas- room for FALL GOODS high-clas- s COMING IN 3 1 Cordler, How- - 3L WILL BE TAKEN BY POPULAR PRODUCE BUYER II dtico ford of tho Vox, of Danville, week of 22 1,500 pounds from $7 25 of of vho In woll In for will old In Newport, Ky., where he will take a much needed vacation for a few weeks. Mr. Northcott was recentlj badly shaken up by being thrown out of his buggy by a frisky horse and he has not quite been feeling himself I.an-cast- K. F. A. Koss, for Sale. looking me. own Mountain, Ky Half dor.en nice I And See The Greatest Horse And Mule Show 1 since the unpleasant experience. During his absence from headquar ters at I.antastr, Mr Tudor will bt transferred there, white Will Itlgney will hold down the office here. Mule Rings TO BE MADE FEATURES AT FAIR THIS YEAR ' Lgt-Assprtaien- n t Of Free See Bongo! And Pay Attractions Ever Shown The Lancaster Fair boosters were here In full force on Monday. Hal band advertisements were distributed over the city and catalogues left at a number of places. A quantity war left at the Interior Journal otllce where they can be obtained, by any who may desire them This fair Is going tomakeastro nypglTTTP t can Ing to mako a strong play on mule rings this season since Lincoln county Is to have no fair this yoar and It Is one or the strongest mule produc ing counties In the state. A number of local "rarmers are said to be preparing to make exhibits at Lancaster OF COUR.3E HE LIKED STANFORD THE BETTER' An old brown raule belonging to Mr Joe Farrls wandered from his barn yard 'last week and'has not been seen or heard of olnce. The animal was bought recently In Stanford and t bred Ulack Berkshire boars. Iloberts, Hubble. Kstray holfer came to my placo on June 18. Owner can get samo by paying for keep and tor this ad. K. U 37-p Hubble, Turnersvlllo. Straved or stoUn Drown horse mulo about 9 years old Any inform tlon will be rewarded Jo. K. Farrls 1W Danville. Ky. A flio originating by t.ie explosion of a kerosene lamp resulted In the destruction of a large poultry house Fifof D. D. Slade near Lexington teen hundred young chickens were LAWNS. burned to death, a loss of about I3.00U 14c Lawns 20c of tho largest M. J Farrls. one He 15c wheat growers In Dole county, says 8c 10c crop will make a fair yield that his goods always His crop of 200 acres has been cut Calicoes and other on hand. and Is in the shock. Ho expects It tonet, 4,000 bushels and he ballet es he Fancy Imported Hosiery. will secure SI a bushel for It 39c bought len hoijs G0c Hose and Sor Lawson and Drown 19c 25c i,.ind. also of v. B Mos at . .He 15c aY 8 I U IS hegs ot Uo'.xrt H l 06c JQ V' Vndjrson s.ld 7 per pound We do not only give you 10 per shiai to I'rtnk lMm at 10' pT cent off. we out them at and bo I i cd. low cost. Newest and most up- 3 Mi-rro- Clothing of Best Make, Oxfords, Underwear, Hats, Felt and Straw, Odd Pants, Shirts, Ties, Dry Goods. Such prices nev er heard of before! At Cost Any Suit, Trunk or Suit-cas-e Fancy Vests. $4 00 Vests 3 50 Vests 3 00 Vests 2 50 VMU 2 00Veta 1 1 .1 19 27 . 1 219 1 98 50 OO.VesU. Vmu 158 19 .T3 lr Caps. 60c Caps - 25c Cap 39 Neckwear. 50c Necktie 25c Necktie 19 Catalogues at TiifTp ,If jou have anything in the to sell suspected that it has wandered back to Its former meadows. Is Dan-vlll- o Advocate. STOCK Take to UHE BOWMAR'3 SUHJMER TOURS. Nunnelley's New Stock Yards conducted) toura to Niagara Falls, Write to Bowmara Tours, Versailles Ky,. for folders giving details and cost of Dowmur's Ideal (personally Ho bujrsand sel 8 every day in the Toronto. Buffalo and Cleveland, with year except Sunday. Brine on fine lake steamer trips, Tuesday Aug.. your stock. Best market iu " 2, and to Atlantic City, New York, 3 00 " . Phllalelphla and Washington, Thurs the State with plenty, of High-Clas- s Men's UnderwearUnion Suits. accom 2,M " fTf"'Mf? day Aug. 11th. ' 200 eed and water best covered pen, outside of Louisville or Lexington LANCAaTER, KY. 98 modations Select parties. . . Jl 50 Union-sui- t 1 60 " ".. 50c Underwear Garment BUYER OF 39 . 1 00 ". STANFORD, KY. We also do a general hitch and feed business. 19 25c Underwear Garment . 60 Lost The bottom ot an automobile All Kinds of Farm Produce lantern. neward for return to M. S Stanford Branch T. K. Tuojor, M'a'r Men's All Wool Suits The Best Misses oxfords in pumps, Brand Made Go At Uaugnman. brings danger, suffering olten death Men's Belts. to thousands, who take colds, Men's & Boys' Odd Dress Pants. $1 00 Belts 79 coughs and" la grippe that terror of 543 50c Belts 39 winter and spring. Its danger signals r7 00 PanU 4 48 " 2ScBlU 19 are "stuffed up" noslrtls, lowor Vrt 3 88 500 " of nose sore, chills and fever, pain In " 298 We hive all kinds of Dress Goods 4.00 back ot head, and a throat gripping ' 268 3.50 nowgoiiujat,Cost. cough. When Grip attacks, as you 223 300 " MEN'S value your life, don't delay getting aNCY1 SHIRTS 1 98 2i50 " Discovery. i "One r Dr. King's New 1 48 2,00 " bottle cured me" wTltes A. L. Dunn, 11.00 Hhlrt at 7Jc or Pine Valley, Miss., "after beta "50c Shirt at Felt Hats. Mold Up' three week's with Grip." For 3c coughs, sore lungs, hemorrhages, "Boys' Knickerbockers. ., bronchitis, Colds, "whooping coigh 329 $1 60 PanU asthma It's spireme. 50c, It. Guaran- S4 00 Hats 1 19 ' 3 50 2r98 1 25 V" teed by G. L." Peony. 98 3 00 " 1 00 2'28 73 2 50 " I98 75 " G6 THE MARKET3 2 00 " 139 60 " 39 Cincinnati, July 15. Cattle 1119 150 " 79 Men's Work Pants In Kaki, HerrinllOO " 613; market very slow; fair to g-bone and Bird's Eye. common $2Q good shippers $GiJJ7 Ladies' Gauze Vests. H.25 Hogs Hecelpts 1,828; market $3 50 PanU 2 78 25 cU. VmU. 19 3 00 " dull and weak; 1520c loer; butch-er228 11 15 " ' 2150 "f . 1 98 and shippers JSCfJ; common S9r 10 " 8 " 2 00 I ii J93". Bheep Itecelpts 2366; market 1 50 " 98 Suspenders. steady and slow J1.75JTI3 90. Lambs-Ma- rket 100 79 actlte and strong HQTM. 50 ct. Pair Straw Hats Of All Kinds. 25 ct. Pair $3 5QHaU . 15 ct. Pair 2 68 "I A WILD RAQINQ HUiKU to-da- te goods you can find. 80 r a H. B. Northcott, .... 228 I 73 1 48 1 19 79 39 1 See Me About Fruit Jars, Fruit i WE ARE PAYING TODAY FOR: 12-1- 20 I 1 JJOul A, IIR1 Hens, per Fryers.. r 12-- tfc $27 00 25 00 22 50 Suits. 12c 3-- 20 00 18 00 15 00 12 20 jar Rings, and Caps, We a Special Price. will make you Turkoys per lb Pucks, per lb Roosters, pur lb tildes per lb Ginseng, per lb... ., Yellow Root, per lb EXCHANGE We can plaatt you. 1 7- -8 c T " " " " " " , . . . . .$18 93 . 16 93 . 15 98 . 13 93 . 11 93 black, patent and suede. . tin $198 1.58 1.29 $2.50 Oxford " 2.00 " 1.60 ... ... . .....3-5- c S50 . . . 1000 6 00 ....$1-11.2- 5 Boys' Suits. IN $7 50 SuiU . 998 Men's Oxfords Patent, Grey. . 8 93 . 6 98 $4 00 Oxford . . Vt8 3 60 , " 3 00 Tan and $329 2 7p- ... . ulME AND SALT FOR SALE OR FOR. PRODUCE. Phono 153 i ' 650 600 4 '00 5'00 0 $5 48 4 98 4 98 L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky. ARTISTIC shades in our ready nixed colors For durabllty and uniform high quality they are unequalled. Talk all you like about "good,, paints. Then do a little actual painting with a small sample from our stock nd watch results. You'll satlsfv yourself that you can buy no better opaint for the money anywhere. Let OUr pamt talk J. C. McCIary, 350 2'50 2 00 3,98 2 '98 $3 50 OxforA ' 2 43 3 00 2 28 2 50 1 98 " 2 00 IV rt 200 1 68 .. Ladies' Qxfords in Tan, Patent ana suede. . . 2'50 "3 .. .228 194 2 78 - ) ' , 43 1 50 ' ,S JS J5 Soft Walkers' Shoes and Oxford COc shoes . 47c 39c 50c oxfords Come, everybody, anj let us prove to you how low we are prc pared to sell our goods. O. CARTER, 0. New Liverv. .TAN FORD, Depot Street, Phone 06, - 1 fv Stock For Sale! uT.T... V-- ",. SAM ROBINSON, v. KENTUCKY. Works ,l.iv I..: Rood worker lurulta Iwy iur Mul, .year AIo by iuim. Slir Khan, nnif I.HiuJ i.i:.'V".-uTuAiiuuSNi'uVto'.TJf' w, uW ". " I Undertaker ard Embalmer STANFORD, KT- - 1, J. A ALLEN. SiMlarol. Kv. -, kim fboas, I l. HoiiM ftiouvss. mtejM. d J ". . , .ik'flLu. I--