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M Ii f T f INtERIOR jiJuINRz4 JI I Y 1 L c IIvOLYUME Tr xxxV1t7j STANFORD LINCOLN COUNnKINTUCKiFn1j i UTNY f 22 1910 I 1 N0 4ZII MT VERNON MARSHAL KILLS MAN I GEORGE W GENTRY IS SHOT TO DEATH WHEN HE SLAPS THE i OFFICER IN FACE f ItJcoher mu of Mr Vernon was aho tvlQo nnd killed theru Thursday b- A y I Town Marshal K R Ferguson Tho airnlr occurred In the lienft or thu tnwn and caused much excitement L A short time ago while entry wit rut of thecity the Marshal arrested Ills boy for a trivial offense f Thursday lliey hplid Urn Mat eha Aiktajtfntry wrfiiiijofy taxes jfentra ti J Hit said to have told tho aruhil thoU liii would havo to wait adding I Vlont lIke you ntty way My wife lolls fml you arrested rny boy for nothing 1 was away Ceplleghattry struck th Marshal In Uu face Xcrguson thep pulled his plsloffffuu flred tit Gentry t lce llolPb e oltepeneratingGentry walked III aiid hat down but It could bo seen hOwaa mortay hurt and n physician was speedily sum l icuncd lie ifved six hours and then died The Mnmhtl qaa placed under surd ny either officials He Is a man about 37 years of age while den try vas a man abut to and leaves a wite of lit thg chlldrc1 j Sunday School Convention II I FOR BOYLE NTY HELD THIS IWEEKJUNCTION NEWS Junction City July 31 The following la tho program or the Boyle county Christian Sunday Mhool IconTontlon which was held July 18th Thursday at Chestnut Grove near Parkivlilo Ky 9 rAHpralae service In dIMlY of I 1o0 Conference 110 Front k standard Jn charge at ata1workor 1045 Presidents nlrtreis by E L Uruhp 1100 Address the volu of the meek ly ttjl Un by Rev t rtt vMonfKora cry or tutortit Perryllle hurclfII 1 15 Tho Christian eiiu of Lltotiert M I1optcjad or I141b6E Fratee TiaM call ne luoto a Banner county condition from towry reboot In the county 1 a written report 2 an offering for State work 3 The attendance of superintendent assistant superintendent or secretary u llG9 Apatt of COlfualtt1I and annoupcemjats 1 Dinner 100 P M All committee meetings 116 CoPJpreAcaaoJTiJiuperlnten efi 130 Devotional service Jn charge I of cpeatnyt prove achooj ly1 Builaoaa 83lotu 1 cy I S s of 1309report of 8djpe 3 report of committees 14 Offering for State and county work 1 220 Announcement or State alrl1JtJ 1fJte county Institute 2 TbtI Stat convention 3 The new ijoaolr roll I fI A teacher tr flithc1Asa or AQI j aditk ulble class on exhibition 3OhAddreeaes Bible school and IheJwBie Rev II C Harrison Prol K L Urubbs and Miss Fannle Speara began the Moroland c school Monday with an attendance 0 52 Uapltc of the tarly date black berry Picking tobacco hoeing amt ty toyer Prof Grubba will fry to KTajjjuU a class ot alt girls and two boys durlng the coming year for the + Stastord and Hustonvllle High Sc a MlajC Agnes Mcpord began teaching at UCormacks Mlss Mary J Hub bardfai Moore Mlsa l IIFJJI at Careand Mr Harvey Hopkins at oyjB Kthel Clarkaoa began teaching at ltoton July 4 The other Boyle r countyiichools do not open till Aug 1 TJlnftSl tfWfggH e UeorRo Blnkhorn d was buried Mondays Mr and pikBr Fox and hiss Elizabeth Fox spant the day their daughters Mrs E L Qrubba ant Mrs Jhmoa CioydSunday JEIFI1 additions weio made to them n church during thnlato meet fog hero bef tt ehljdren b twcen theages of eight and 12 years Mrs S E Rosa and daughter Mary Elizabeth of Louisville art the guests y of Mrun4 Mr ctnt lwev J6he oCBeUerue who la vlattln here with Me wife and baby lrcacned at the Haptsi church Sun l I day jnornlng Instead of Oro Summer Mr H Clay Bottom bought a goo bunch of cattle In Lincoln loot week Presbyterians Want Pastor REV R A WHITE OF WEST VIR CINIA IS CALLED W tlAt the congregational meeting ot Presb terlan church Sunday morning a call was Issued to tho ieI A Whiter of darrardatown West Virginia to the pastorate It U not known yet Wiielher lie will ac cept but the cull wan a unanimous one and the members hope tint he will lOr the church lias been without qpastor for oV r a yeah i Ur White preached horo some tlm ago and pleated everyone He Is u man of middle age unmarried and has been the pastor pf the church at yoarndThe salary tendered nr yMlto Is 17 UOO a year iJ raM tnimnalJJQcket y TO BE TAKEN UP AT SPECIAL COURT TERM MONDAY Ifhe special term of the Lincoln cir cult court to try criminal cases Only will begin here Monuay There U large amount of burtncss on hand sev eral murder roses Going on the docks- There are also a number of cases for violation of the local option law Judge Saufley got his first call from novoWill son under the new special judge act Thursday and will go to Magoffln county In August to hold special term of court The attorney tlipre petitioned the Governor to sea Judge Suufley there as he has hold cnurtthere befcrp and jsYety popular Big Barn Burns WILL HESTER SUSTAINS HEAVY LOSS BY FLAMES 00The large stock barn belonging t Will Hester on the Hubble Hester on the Hubble pike njtiouV two miles from town burned down Thursday aftrnooo abqiU 4 oclock Ll Ue hoi playing about the barn are sup lotd to hayq sot J re to It The barn contained a lot of hay corn and farming Implements and the u4 h estrzatewl 0t jMoo Many of the Umbers used In the contraction of the bra were taken from the old Rush Branch church QYCIItYW I MADE AT J H BAUHMAN A CO3 FLOUR MILL navlnK Installed sumo of the latest IraprorfgtttiiL 1t Gj machlnea J H aughi aB t gob big mlli started up ajTatn Tlvurnday morning after bavin 1tien Idle since May 18 During tha JJjnanUl wrJghtafc rcDtesenUnK the NordykeMarmon Company of Indian apolls hae been tearing out most 01 the old ppurktng muchinery and 1 the new iyulchwill enble- th6pliu11to produce a much higher grade of flour and greatly Increase t capacity The new machinery re rcaenta an outlay of about 13000 but 4hq milling company feels that noth ing bt too good for Its patrons and determined chat they shall have the best FARED WELL AT FAIR At the Richmond fair yesterday and the day before fray Walker od this city took tho following awar on Salllq Brook their crack three yearold filly and Carroll Preston tht great tour stallions Best TtiareoE Gelding 3 and under 49alUc Brook t first Best Harness Stallion 4 years and over Carroll Preston Salllo brook also won two roadster stakes for 3yearolds A WILl nAGLNO BLIZZARD I brings dangert surceNingofea death to Wounds who take colds coughs and la grippe=thall ferret oit winter and spring Its danger signals re stuffed up nostril lowor vart ot nose sore chills and fever pain In back of head and a throat gripping cough When Grip attacks as you value your life donE delay sUlng Dr KingS New Dlecovcry On bottle cnrt+d AL Dunn Mine after being gosorecol s whooping coUgh asthma its mprftme 6QP J L Iuarua toed by G L Pepny aIN THE OLD PALMETTO STATE MR AND MRS J L BUTLER WRITE INTERESTINGLY OF SOUTHERN SCENES 1 Columbia S C July 20 Thinking perhaps our old Kentucky would appreciate a letter from us w take this medium of addressln through the columns of the Interior Journal as no doubt tide incans will reach them all Va believe tho I J Is read by everone In Lincoln county aa well as hundreds ot others Our home Polka send us the L J each week and we eagerly peruse each line It econtaine oven every advertisement amriJtldng we did not als ayedo when nt Nome We left the little city ofMc i Ktnhev on the 23rd ot March stopping ovi rvln Somerset jor a short atay wltlt6ur slater Mrrf Win Adahii leaving there at 1 A M on the 26th wo had a nice journey all the way enJOjXJng the varied scenery Including that of river mountain and plain We made fine connection changing at Oakdale Knoxtllle and Aslievllle and arriving In Columbia on Easter Sunday at 6 A M Columbia the beauti ful capitol of South Carolina IB a nice little city of thlrtytlve bousand popu latlon U la an Ideal educultona cen ator as well as a prominent railroad center Several railroads run into amongfare Atlantic Coast Lines railway TIll Seaboard Air Line railway The C f1 A and thO C N L We also 1have excellent street railway service connecting the city with all the bcautl ttut suburban towns verydeti inlh one would never recognize the fact that it hod rained from the ap pearance of the soil And Judging from thjs we are Qjade to believe the statement of sonqratlona past that title country was at one time the bottom of the sea The railroads through hero need no ballast other thjn the talloroad tlesare adeot pine that being something unknown In Kentucky Pine timber seems to be used principally tpr all but purpodes hqre r ace extensive pine forests here num1 lJra or peell grpwing to the heIght of 61 hu feet with t It breech from tl11roup4 tp with a tew feet a4 he h tr a flk ale tm quk to to ic region 1ts 1la 1 a peao- of one u tqt I go ton zQ the sputh In driving throu vihq country a lew since wQnh fIcp acre of tglaplant to bloom n also a great fxjilt country Ve have magniycent fruit ot verjr description hertnow Water melons and musk inc ons are old with us having bad them for eight weeks past There are a number ot educational institutions here among them are CainlinqtCh4 Columbia college The Catholic Academy The National Telegraph In stitute Uraughona Business College McAfees Business College Allen Unl versity and the Columbia University isfor men heropevery ttenom tht Methodist Is the most influen tlail congregation of e city The Catholic is well repirsentedaad tho Christian scientists have a small congregation The salvation army play the band and hate ervlces on the street every night The NationalILon and Exchange tkesTjHe capltial stock of this banklr0 000 Thergale a gauwbeV o uo ller banlfa here The Palmetto National befng orie that la beautifully arrang fdon tHe inierfar lie litpt U an arera aft rnoon reyoTing peoplefjuec1iYU But frpJt j the atl cr ae i1Oit edlnt e JT of our OW1tvCapltol billldlng at Frankfort we llecldethA colurabUYcapltbl is surpassed however elegant There are no saloons here the din pensary system beingused t1 at of sfelllng liquor In quantities of no less than one halt pint and this to not be opened In the building These placed rye strictly closed at 6 p tn each evening Vlshlng the Interior Journal all prosperity and with kindest regards to alt of our K htl1cy friends MR AND MIS J T BUTLER BUILDING BOOM HITS HUSTONVILLE TWO HANDSOME RESIDENCES TO BE ERECTED SOON NEWS IN THE WEST END Hustonvllle July 21 doIrue last week and will begin the erection of a handsome home as soon as the ordered material arrives Mr Jess Carpenter has thu plaza and applications for a handsome home W be built on his lot near the Wheeler Emporium on Main street Watch us grow Mr Joe Oonwpft and llttlo son Reid arrived Sunday from Wichita Kaiisaa for fftw woaa vacation wth Irsysamuel Reid and Miss Anna RirtA1 00I oHlA EIIen Powers leaving tired of Lancaster has opened her dressmak ing rooms In the Carpenter building Mr J B Honalcetr one ot the best sheep raisers and handlers In this vicinity whose lambs and ewes are always ready sale at the highest pric es sold Sandldge Bros CO ewes this week at 16 The game of ball Saturday at More land between Hustonville and More land resulted In a tie game and will lie played oft next Saturday on the Hustonvlll grounds and a large crowd Is expected Will Cabbell and family of Leban on are spending this week with his mother Mrs Fannie Cabbell on West Main street Mrs Jesse P RiJfoJs ao with a sever case of mpmps thatseeme tr he epidemic in thatcpnmunlty Lucan Young having resigned Ills position as bookkeeper for the Hjis onvllle Milling Company has accep- ei a similar position with the Peoples flask here Mrs Walter Vaaarddale of Boyjo count Sjjent last wgek wlth her parents j MJiand Mrs tfftjjCaoinitz Myers Vaughn blpped one cat of niceJjutcher faUJqUia i4 Pjif doable deck car of lambs at 5 12c thU wefk Tjeat throughout this part of Lin cola county la badly damaged by the continued rains all tha month i4las Rutjt pulbertaoB ot Qovlngtpn wa4 the guest last week of Miss Kijna Camnltz I ra HIU Spvdiiss of LJtilsvJIle is visiting her father Dr Ed Alcorn and auilly Mrs James H Taylorof PUUburg Pa was visiting relatives here last week irQorn on Sundt the 17th tp the wife of rJ Dunham of Jumbo a fine ten ppunjd s9n 1r Jr who U today the pride ot the village anu tue talk of the entire community The SoutJ Dljtrjct Association of Baptist churches will hold their an nuul session with the Huatottviltn Baptist church August 23 anil 24 The Baptist churb r t Hustpnyllle will continue Its regular services dur Inlt thtfjluzaUler month Services each first and Sunday at It a ui and 745 pptYo t attendance solicited Subject for Sunday Au gust 7 at 11 a m Before Church Membership text Acts 23833 SUIt day evening subject The Wrestling Match Miss Block Bogle la vlslUnttLexlng ton friends and relatives Miss Sue Bagby ot Danville was the s uost last weej of Mr and Mrs D 8 CarVen er and hfrand Mrs Wm Speed t The lady members ot the Christian church evidence much moro business ability in cHurch affairs than the men Thejr are arranging to have a concret sidewalk laid tn heat of the church lot a much needed improvement Show us even a mall busineas trans action the have accomplished in the past yearf A boy driving a c 4iand tw6 hogs passing up Mall streett j C sold tlehop to Mr J1 Bishop for 450 L aleT the hogs proved belods tii Dr Barker but the boy who gave r his name as Wither had gone and cannot be located Warren the bright and promising son of Prof R Eubattketwas tit out last week In of Sothem School Journal and the enndlitacdof his father for state superintendent of schools Tom riunn ot Columbia spent last week here looking after live stock The Auxiliary to tho C W B M met at the Christian church Thursday evening with a good attendance Mrs Mjnnfe Robinson as leader had a splendid program which was carried out in her usual impressive manner Mrs John Allen read the Scripture anti Mrs J K Baughman led lu iirayer Mrs Smith Powell on Our Foreigners on the Paclllc Coast was very good and Mrs Allen Burns of Colorado Springs who is visiting h mother Mrs JennIe Carpenter gave a helfpul talk on Conditions In the West which was greatly enjoyed by all Mrs Carpenter fold the dutli of our National and State OiHcera Miss Helen Hoclcer naked some ex ceedingly interesting questions ar Mrs Llpps led the drill on C W B M work after which they received tt auxiliary benediction The annual picnic of Presbyterian Sunday school was held Tuesday eve Ing at the home of MIss Black Givens A most enjoyable evening was the verdict of all who attended I Family Reunion jfiEWLAND FAMILY ENJOY A DAY r AT SHOWN SPRINGS Irhe Newland families of this county jarrard and Rockcastle met Springsflourpeut a most enjoyable day About CQ of the name were present and ibo happy hours were spent In talking of old times tracing relationships and iiany other things of interest to thorn The good wives of the families had each prepared a sumptuous lunch which was spread beneath the shade of giant oaks and elms and enjoyed to the fullest oxtont ttithal It wai a happy gathering and ere long to be- rCJlJelTlber d by those iho wore pres eatIAfter Crab Orchard Springs MERCER CAPITALISTS MAY BUY HISTORIC RESORT The bunch of Mercer county cltl yens who went through Mere last week In an automobile to Crab Orchard have a deal on to buy that celebrat LMoorePoteet and Rodman Keenon They spent fopie time looking poet the place and are said tQ hay taken au option at 130000 for the springs hotel and 3000 for the springs- It I proposed 19 buy the prop rty organize a stock company with a cap tallzatlop of llOOOOO using 50000 In and make ot If one fhe larges luiprpylng the ujlhlng and grounds and make of It one ot the largest health rcsort Jp fSgSq h Crab Orod4oneot the oldest health resorts la the South and the buildings are commodious af large accpmmodate several bun Brea guests 0E folms Writs to ilgwiparaTours ydtsaliles Kyv fpr Alders giving details rind cost I Bowiaars fcel personally amFalllyhoooh flue Io stpamer trfpa T es al Ug 2 and io Atlanlc City Jew York Phlalelhia and Washington Thursday Aug 11th HighClass accom modafWns Select parties v RQ3TAL SAVINGS BANK A from washington says SehatoBradley has recommended the department that following Ken tucW banks be made postal saving depositaries CWzens National of 11vlierCltizena NationalofLan caster States National i t Owensboro Louisville Bank ing Company of Louisville State State National of rtunkfort Lexlngrl ton City National of Lexington and Citizens National of Lebanon I SAVED DEATHS DOOR The door of deattt seemed ready to tor Murray W Ayers of Transit Brldge N Y when his life was wonderfully saved I was In a dreadful condition toe writes my skin was almoat yellow eyes sunken tongue coated f trom losing 40 pounds growing weaker daily Virulent liver lr pulling md down to death9n sp1ftebfdoctorsfhea that matchless medicine Cured meV I regained tho 40 ptrtmrta lost aadiabw l1m well and strong For aU 8tomac1l liver anll kindy troubles theytre supreme 6 c at Pen ZIttle Iva Stotts daughter ot Mr nnh Mrs Martin Stl tJ0CCnnw Nelson died Friday aa the result ot pistol wounds accidentally inflicted by Robert Ferguson her four year old cousin While playingwith are volvpr It was exploded and the Charge passed Just behind ttho eyes cf thiQ little girl She had been hit gbrng dace the tint oCJ4r Tm determent took place in ML Oliver cemetery In 6arrard county JURV ACQUITS VENDORS OF NEARBEER DRINKS ON GROUND THAT MALT MEAD ETC IS NOT INTOXICATING TWO MKINNEY CASES r 9 That Malt mead cream of bops and- otber nearbeer drinks are not Intoir aping and renders or same cannot be- 1roaecUtcdpnder the local option lawIf 1 was beforeiCounty Judge Bailey hire Thursday Warrants were swornilfout against Pros Sluder and George Alford oft C McKJnney charging them with selling j IntpxlcAtlOK drinks without a Uuvn aY r Attorney flaorge B Fldrtnce dcfeiK ttWfur Attorney W1 8MurchintE ptdsechtioa 11 I Il iIn th ca ellYMWeblji jld 9 but thecsire to niastulltpndnutentiout- on per m torYiln ruttfJnRl trom thc court because it HasnQtinroven that Lincoln county nSJDr71 under tile local option lawi The Jury found f3r Sluder in the other case on the ground that such cnnUs as malt mead cream of hops tic containing but two per cent of alcohol are not intoxicating A aura ber ot witnesses were introduced who testified that had drank the beverages and had not been made drunk Kings MoWitlain f Kings Mountain July 21- Mlas Grace Thompson Is visiting her grandfather at Woodstock Mrs Amanda Griffin of Virginia- s visiting friends and relatives here Miss Bell Johnson who has been visiting here has gone to Indiana The eighteen months old child of Hub Jenkins died and was burled last at Pleasant Point 31 There la quite a lot or sickness vIcinityMrs U visiting here t Miss Jennie Ealy ot Stanford visit ed relatives here and at Eubanks Herschel and Aubrey Glllltand visit ed their grandfather Mr J B hooch at Stanford Dave Singleton sold a plug horse to Walter Carmon for J60 The farmers of this nelghborhod are very much In the weeds on ac court of the coSlnued rain Miss Lydla McKee has returned from the E K S N t Mfss Pauline and Euphemia Taylor havje gone to Cincinnati to find work The South TiCentucky Association wil liolda Sunday school union anti Uoacons meeting at Pieasattt Polite July band tl An able program IuO been gotten put and will be dlsctisaed by able men l Everybody Incited Kor three I years niore Fulton U to remain In the rankV of the long list orhdry towns In Kentucky At the clos0 of the most weird campaign In the histcry of thla section ending TtyrpaZwith the local option force I by the majority of it Votes Carrollton voted wet by a major I 8 The U a atrons ttbCarrolltonYears The county ofCiLrrout s1dr ot the city of Carrollton a majority ot 7hltor local oP OIiI NnTICE I Those desfringto bid oh raaxlnV earth fill and concrete walat the now bridge over Ilh lng l orlc Creek at J S ifurphys will Andspee1ficit tiona at the McKinney deposIt Bank or at my office J P Bailey Judge 1 C C 403 L MAKING LIFE SAFER life far being mado more safe through the work on Dr Kings New Pllkla conaUpatlo blllous treS dyspepelptadlgestloa liver roubles es bowel disorders They re easy bur sure aaa perfectly buildup the health 25o at nya Drug Store WHY SALVES FAILCURE ECZEMA Scientists are now agreed that the eczema germs are lodged no In tlt- otter skin or ep drmls nut in the In nor skip Hence n peqetratlg IIVltAH is required ad not an outward saVVe that clogs the pores We recpnunend to all eczema pa the s l1d prescription Oil of Vlnergre nllIcompounded In liquid form known aa D DD Prescription A trial bottle of this D Di D Prescription at only 25 cents will Instantly relieve the We have sold and recommended this remedy for years and know ot won derful cures from its use We recou Wend it to our patrons Shupirs 8 Tanner druggists L F PAGE TWO INTERIOR JOURNAL FRIDAY JULY 22 1910 1 fall G SEW M 1 I 1 August 3 4 an 5 1910 1 1- WOiOtseOtsu + IEOOt0 0 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL Established 1872 KTBRY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY At It Per Year in Advance HELTON SAUFLEYPublahtr VBtered at the Poet Office at Stan Herd Ky u Second Class nail The Lexington Leader and other Re publican papers are claiming that Taft made good during the closing days of the congressional session Dut Just listen to what Senator L L Bristow of Kansas a leader of the Insurgent republicans says There never had been a time in American history when a greater res ponsibility rested on the average citi zen than oday The country hast never faced problems more perplex- Ing The fundamental question to be determined was whether this govern ment is administered for the average man or for the benefit of special privi legesThe gigantic monopolises of this day have representatives in the halls of Congress whose sole purpose Is to protect their interests and to keep open the opportunity they now have to plunder the American public This was forcibly demonstrated in the tar iff fight a year ago The republican party in its national conference declared for a revision I of the tariff maintaining the principle of protection and further stated that duties should be based upon the dUo R ference in the cost of production at 1 J oleo and abroad plus a reasonable profit to the home manufacturer i Upon that platform the party won the fight I believe that ninetenths of the republicans throughout the land expected the pledge to be carried out in good faith This I believe would 11 have been done had it not been for- I the perfidy and selfishness of certain IiJdesl tag + legislators who were more t desirous f favoring special inerest j 1Jlf promoting the welfare of the Under the leadership of these men Lii j ate t revUS f the tariff as was tpomjseji fixed not with protectinga view of legitimate Ameri can industries or of securing revenue fit for government but for the purpose of promoting financial interests off certain individuals or concerns May Organize League HARRODSBURG FANS ASK STANFORD TO GET IN GAME I The fans of Harrodsburg are try ing to organize the Central Kentucky t Amateur Base Ball League which was proposed some months ago at the be protrepresenting Harrodsburg Huston Lancaster and Stanford two a week to bo playtd by each IVlIle one at home and one abroad W L Voorhles D Lee Cur r y J Hal Grimes and Ben Casey Al t tin of Harrodsburg made a round of the three other towns desired in the I league this week and talked with fr some of the fans It is probably that a meeting of representaives of the four towns will be held at Danville in a few days to talk over prospects I Here they were told that while the ball team had disbanded when school was out a team could probably be I gotten together if the league was or It is to be undersood and Iagreld that each town in the league lr shall use no player but a bona fide 1 resident of the town and no salaried players from outside shall be employs ed 0 ITCHING ECZEMA WASHED AWAY Is Ip worth 25 cents to you to stop that awful agonizing itch 7 Surely you will spend 25 cents on your druggists recommendation to cool and heal and soothe that terrible itching eruption By arrangement with tho D D D labraorleu of Chicago we are able to make a special offer of a 25 cent bpttle of their oil of wIntergreen compound known as D DoD prescrip tion Call or write or telephone to Shugars Tanner We absolutely know that the Hchjs stopped at once toy D D D preccriptioB and cures t sal poem tk be Deralanunt I THE TEST OF MERIT Stanford People are Given Convlnc Ing Proof Dawson Barnett Rowland Street Stanford Ky says Some time ago 1 had a severe fall and thjK together with the jarring to which l am subject In my work brought on kidney trouble For several days I could hardly get about on account of the pains In my back I also noticed that the passages of the kidney secretions were very irregular especially at night 1 decided to cure this trouble before it became chronic and as I knew Deans Kidney Pills to be good for such complaints I procured n box at Bhugara Tanners Drug Store Before I had finished the contents 1 was entirely cured and I have had no kid ney trouble since For sale by all dealers Price 60 cents FosterMllburn Co Buffalo N Y sole agents for the United States Remembert be name Doans and take no other o A WRETCHED MISTAKE to endure the itching painful distress of piles Theres no need to Listen I suffered much from piles writes Will A Marsh of Slier City N C till I got a box of Bucklens Arnica Salve nd was soon cured Burns bolls ulcers fever sores eczema cuts chapped hands chilblains vanish before it 25c at Pennys Drug Store HOW TO CURE ECZEMA PIMPLES AND DANDRUFF We desire to say that when we look the agency for Zemo we were convinc ed that it was a valuable remedy for Eczema pimples and dandruff Yet we must frankly admit that Zemo has far exceeded our expectations as a treatment for skin diseases We are plcsed to state that we shall con Unue the agency as Zemo has given splendid results wherever recommend ed Our customers like Zemo too because it is a clean vegetable liquid for external use Zemo effects its cures by drawing to the surface of the skin and destroying the germ life that causes the disease leaving the skin clear and healthy does not soil the clothing or linen find can be used freely on Infants With every purchase we give a book let on skin diseases explaining In elm pie words how any person can be cur ed at home of any form of skin or remedy G L Penny Druggist scalp disease by this clean scientific y 1 JIsaaacee mcmf cmfw cmiyqg Sure Cure I would like to guide suffering women to a sure cure for female troubles writes Mrs R E Mercer of VatIicine equal to Cardui I had suffered for about four years Would have headache for a week at a time until I would be nearly crazy I took Car dui and now I never have the headache any more Z53 =Take CARDUI The Womans Tonic The pains from which many women suffer every unnecessaryIts to strong drugs right at the painsBetter Cardul for a while before and after to strengthen the system and cure the cause This is the sensible the scientific the right way Try it 3 CARTERNew Depot StreetIPhone 96 STAN FORD KENTUCKY StockFor Sale I have for sales bay mare Mule 7year andIIOOdbeendrtvingHuwlIIym i JlJh BUYING GROCERIES AT W H HIGGINS CORNER MAIN AND DEPOT ST Stanford Kentucky 1 WHAT A SHOCK IT WOULD BE to come home and find the firemen in possession Yet It has happened to others and may happen to you And oven If it never does dont ycthink you would feel safer If you your home Insured Ask your wife how she feels about it Shell tell you to have UK Issue you a policy today She is wise Fish Penninglon Stanford Ky Phone 200 YOU CAN BUY Your coalcheaper right now than any time in the year Let us fill your bins with our FOX RIDGE COAL at 13 cts per bushel Clean Coal No Slack Phone 11- J H Baughman Co ARTISTIC shades in our ready nixed colors For durablity 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 and watch results Youll satisfy yourself that you can buy no better apaint for the money anywhere Le our paint talk J A ALLEN StMf n Ky r 1ikfiI c 1 y y y II THE FLORAL HALL and poultry departments have been ed back as of old at The Danville Fair Unlimited seating capacity Plenty of shelter and shade Attractions of every description Reduced rates on all railroads Pony ifIiraces mule races saddle stakes Etc A hearty handshake iii j and a welcome awaits everyone For further information write I M DUNN Secy DANVILLE KENTUCKY t fiHIUlfO r t1 ICE TO SHAREHOLDERS OF LINCOLN COUNTY NATION AL BANK At a meeUng ot the directors of this bank at 1U bonking house in Stanford Ky on June IX 1910tt wn resolved that a meeting or the share holders be called to meet on Tuesday July 26 1S10 at its banking office In Stanford Kyto vote on the proposition to amend the articles of associa tion of this bank as follows tTo increase capital toflOO coo and to authorize the directors to set price of new stock urlTo Increase the number of directors to fllftten W M Bright Cashier J Ce McClary Undertaker and Embalmer STANFORD KY fee Phone 17 name Phone M is L Deazley Co UndertaKers and Embalm en Also Dealers in Fur niture MattinggRugB They willexchange Furniture for ill Kindt of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I eMtturnlib the public with the bet as well a the freiheit of cut flower plant of all kinds bulbs flowers on short notice Alto Make a specialty of wreath for for farml pupae In connection with the above I have all kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable prfeHOBRISTMAN GREEN HOUKBB ED llUBDARB VBe ttesahre Xr Spring Summer Stock mft we taken by a tailor of ex periepce Then your clothe whether a low prlM boilneM tutu or tbe flaeit erenine elotheiwlll have that individuality and fit wktea plainly IMitoaM they were made to yevrtueatnre I vrtll aka take your mess are for extra Werner fancy vest topcoat and overeeat Spring and Bnmraei samples On haad ready for your inspection BO XUPUCY Stanlo- rdllyCONCRETING We are in position to do nil kind of con rating snoaa Work Pavements and in fact we can make any thing from I house down to n fence pot We can serve work proatptlrandluarantee and material ourprices before you buy your P1aerla at leait PHI l LIP5kOS IS l 4 Jl Young Andllllle Mens WALK OVER SHOES I Are today the most extensively advertised footwear in the world Apr tty big statement but it is true Mihu factured in every leather used in foot wear and in almost every style conceiv able at 350 4 450 and 5 the 1 pair We believe them to be the best wearing and best looking mans shoe r made today H J McROBERTSr J OOG o oO OGooOGOooI m mQ L Penny R H Coffey E Jl Coleman IIceCream Sola Water III ophato 4 Grape JUlce And a Large List of Genuine IItI I JiPENNm Stanford Kentucky BB S EfitI W A TRIBBLEFurniture and Undertaking Day Phone 28 Night Phone 133 Stanford KentwKjr JacobsDe- aler in and Manufacturer of Marble and Granite Monuments Yorker an4 Potl Cemetery Wad Lawn vases and betted USee a d Ws Mc- Jt1aae7 y t kr t t1 When Hungry GOTO Canons Restaurant Lancaster Street Stanford xNeal served at al I hours up to 11 Offp K nest place in wn for a good quick meal f Cooking to suit our customers our specialty Splendid new line of fancy Oroccrle not OofTet Baud wiebe plei Butter suit rrand iWMtBillk etc at all tlmSt WI A CARSON Pr- S I t k FRIDAY JULY 22 171ew 4 r THH tNTHRum JOURNAL A1R PAQH IHHHH J 1 1 t w r V u r i DONT FORGET THE GREA t f If I l- t t LANCASTER FAIRr l NEXT WEEK I e Wednesday Thursday And Friday July 27th 28th And 29th1 v f I 4 Everybody In Lincoln County Is Going And The Rings Will All Be Rich And Hotly Contested Next week Dont forget FOR SALEI r t Good dry oak lumber suitable for barn boxing Lumber piledat McKin ineyand Moreland Ky at which points we are closing our operations L Eorpricesxand terms write or phone r Mr W T Earls Hustonville Agent Duhlmeler Brothers Cincinnati 0 j I Double Your Profits by Using an INDIANA SILO I comAisgrain therefore com hand I perISILO is 95 per cent Why continue to waster poor stock When the guartAlso agent I mcnts Cutters Practical I and loader shockingcent through the haveINDIANA holdsfeedsuptodate ensilage andequip and corn Ft E GAENES AGENT r JFIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD KENTUCKY I ORGANIZED IN 1882 50000I IN 20000 DIVIDENDS 216500 Service Modem Safety We Solicit Your Account I I S Hacker President OFFICERS S T Harris Vice Presideat H C Daughman Cashier V W Saunders Ind Bookkeeper J It Harris Bookkeeper t r saved by feeding I conveyor elevator DIRECTORS F Reid J H Baughman MD Elmore Jit Pettut H C Baashman J F Cummins S T Harris ao C Robinson E C Walton J S Hocker W H Murphy 4 tie Lincoln County national Bank icOf Stanford Rentuckye r CAPITAL a 5000000 J i SURPLUS 3 5000000 t RESOURCES 34000000 i S H SHANKS 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portion of Indiana and I IllinoisEAST1HOOBPOBATRW TENNESSEE TEL dt TEL CO I f l eeeeeeeeeee4iieeeeeeeeeePROFESSIONAL BUSINESS CARDS eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeR t Represbhtingr THE r + Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co The loading annunl dividend Com pany Its distinction Is due to adherence of succeMlve management to the principle ot mutuality W W BURGIN DENTIST I Office at Residence CRAB ORCHARD KY DR T W PENNINGTON Dentist Hours 83012 A M and 1 to 430 P M otllce Myers House Flats Stanford Ky CRAIGtiOculist Optician Ofllce over H J RcRobcrts1 store Stanford Ky J P CHANDLER Auctioneer- I will conduct any kind of sales In Clncoln and surrounding counties If you want good prices for your land or stock see mo Stanford RDNol M H JOHNSON Auctioneer- I will conduct sales In this and sur rounding counties Satisfaction guar I anto d Stanford RDNo 1 PRESSED STANDING SEAM GAL VANIZED ROOFING Large uantltlus Carried In Stocic EADS TIN SHOP Stanford Phone 114 J J BELDEN IForhontercarrlaKvamiiignpstnUngdeco smith shop Weil Main Hf Hlanford Ky phone NoS IK J J BELDEN Bring Your Produce To Us We life opened a produce house on Som end cred and will ply the Kighett market price for all kinds of country produce Bring ui your stuff M 0 BA5TIN ec CO I SuafoidKv BLACKSMITHING 1 and11enralrepair oppositePhillips Stanford Ky L5 N TImE TABLE No SI Month I1M PM NoaHouth ioU AM No 2f North 440 A K NottNortnli P M No 771020 AM No 18 140 px JOS 3 RICE Agont MASONS MEET Lincoln Lodge NolIOlI A MwIll meet In stated communication on each tint and third Monday nights of each month at 730 oclock In their hall on main streeet Stan ford Ky Members of sister lodges are frat ternally Invited to be present T W Pen nlnirton i eo- SOME KENTUCKY FAIR DATES J daysVersailles daysLexlnjlton 94daysHarrodsburg Brodhead 173days August 17 18 and 19 have been sect d as the dates for tile Perryvlllo fairShelbyville Aug 234 days London Aug 234 days NIcholasville Aug 33 days Barbourville Aug 313 days Monticello Sept 63 days Glasgow Sept 284 days State Fair Louisville Sept 12R- days I g r7 Cfiws- t c- Y WStNiJ 1 r Y RAD 0 1LWciTTA7IONc3 6Y 7AtftJtreR7 r1YfPO sr sec M5TIflTIItlArllRlrAf1f 6 r1Miihoretary Inhabitant a young white man dressed like a savage and not able te speak In any known language educatehimprayer babbling an Incoherent jargon CHAPTER IItShe finds a human skeleton and the skeleton of a dog She ands a Bible and a silver box bearing the name of John Revell Chcrnock with a date X years before her landing CHAPTER IV8he concludes that her companion Is an American and that he was east ashore on the Island when a child Near the skeletons she finds two womans rings and a dog collar CHAPTER VOne of the rings bean 8ptIDCHAPTER TKatharlne Denton was a highly sp clallied product of one of the greatest universities Her writings on the sex probltm had attracted wide at tention VTbe son of a mulUmllllonalroIbecomeefhfatuated with eedee to his proposition to put her theories In practice With no other arepeony than a handclasp thy go away together A few days on his yacht reveals to her that the man only professed lofty Ideals to poses her force 1 but how long these would be operative In restraint she could not telL She fancied not for long What should she do then 7 She saw the end coming when In his aierTh e resortedto drink to drink which exploded the last vestige oC his philosophy however he had professed ItShwu frightened beyond measure when the realized the depths to which he had sunk and to which la spite ot herself he had dragged her What further descent was before her7 She did not even yet abandon that philosophy which had served her BO Ilk She clung to that with the more veryIshe loathed On that yacht he lummod up for her the whole human race and she hated him and It To what sorry pass had a reIShe had begged azjd pleaded with him to alter the yachts course but he had sworn he would go farther south Into those unknown seas and keep her there untlitshe crawled to his feet So the long hpura dragged on The Inevitable rupture drew nearer At last It came In Its details it was horrible but there was In It a great relief after all- CHAPTER li f VII I The Joy of Freedom One night at dinner she had fled from him He had been drinking more heavily than usual and was in an ugly mood His handsome face was flushed a savage frown overspread his brow He had risen during the meal and with a coarse endearment had attempted to lay hands upon herat last She had broken away and darted Into the nearest cabin which happened to be his own She had closed the door and turned the key against him before he realized what she was about She stood Within the little room panting enraged tearful yet ready to defend her all and almost glad the crisis had arrived She could hear his drunken laugh outalde the door Why you little foot he cried do you think I cant break that lock down In a moment The ships mine every Juan on Its mine I pay em They do my bidding I have you where I want you and I can have jrou when I please nowor later Was It true Could she appeal to the men7 Out what could she lla1f Al though the world knew there was no binding tie between them to the offi cers and men of the yacht she was his wife They would not Interfere And wouldItrltii ctOIlUy a1 J4m lQWr bra flnftvj id that event they wSuii fed led afct to Interfere than ever It wad Uue Slid Could do nothing She sank down oar i hdfsock clenching her hands As she not her eyes foil on a chest of drawers Crewed against the bulkhead The top contained various toilet articles of silver Among teem was a picture the picture of a woman It was not her picture Moved by what Impulse she did not stop to analyze she rose and picked It up The face she looked at was Ineffably vulgar and common Across the bottom was writ ton In a scrawly unformed hand Your dovoted wife There was a date severs years before that hour Your de voted wifeI She had been In that stateroom before she had never seen that picture He had only brought It out since the rupture between them And so while entering Into this relationship with compliance I with principles atidJioeas which she at least regarded as sacred and holy he had not been a free man I There was another woman to whom he had been bound Oh not by the marriage tie that she disdained but by the honor which was supposed to exist among thieves and which certainly should exist among philosophers And I such a woman A cold fury filled her mind as she looked at the picture The last completing touch had been given To contempt and pity for him I was added hatred The combination transformed her Instead of avoiding she would seek him He was ctill In the cabin She could hear him muttering thickly to himself Impulsively she stopped to the door turned the key In the lock threw It open and entered the brilliantly lighted luxurious cabin He had dis missed the attendants some time alnce with orders not to reappear un less he summoned them and they were alone There was no likelihood of any Interruption whatsoever The man who was leaning back In his chair bent forward when she opened the door He laughed viciously If she had reflected she would have marveled at the change that a few weeks had wrought In one whom she had hitherto deemed worthy of her atrec tion but she had eyes and thought for nothing except the business In hand So youre come out have your he stammered triumphantly Come of your own free will Youve found out have you that I am master and you are coming to heel He whistled to her derisively wile tied as If to a dog Who is this asked the woman In a voice carefully suppressed yet which shook with wrath She held the photograph in Its heavy sliver frame up before him Thats my wife he said equably with no surprise or consternation We havent lived together for some years he went on with drunken good nature or Id take you back to San Francisco and introduce you to her IYour wife exclaimed the woman In that same low tense voice Then what am If My mistress said the man bluntly throwing the last shred of conceal ment and decency to the winds and a damned obstreperous one at that he went on Now the woman believed in no Providence but a trick got from her ancestry wrung the words from her lipsMy God My God she whispered You havent any sneered the man You told me so yourself He laughed And I believed you I would have believed anything to get youWell there was no God the woman realized but she would be her own god Her body shrank together a lit tie her hands clenched The feline was uppermost She could have sprung upom his but she wilted wftltt tot skis taietr not wkU f Free DyspepsiaSample Sufferers from indigestion are wak peppermintlozenges cures are only makeshifts in the cure of so troublesome a complaint as chronic Indigestion What Is required Is aomethlnlfthat will not only but and train the digestive normallyandThere la something more to the curd thebreathtain digestive Ingredients will not cure twolqlJlru A IcllIlIlIO l tli 1 W knOW that eoi IM e requffefflfcrt tef than lift CaJdwell Syrup PeJ sft whlfy has been aflld for a quarter Ot It lasattlveural Ingredients for the cure of con soulstomachandllbowelnmudsccleithat orally and when that has been accom FannieStuartBlackburnMawith this remedy They became con vinced that pills and tablets salts dye edDrywhich he willingly send to anyone LaterhavingPepsisordollar a bottle pleasedto tothefree ot charge Explain your case In a detaiLFororotherwiseCaldweIIIJGOOCaJ4all A GOOD J09FOR PLUMBING r Is our beet advertisement That la why we attend to every order as If we expect to get the work of the whole city by It The only part of the plumbing we dont do well Is making put of bills We Invariably make them too small so some people say nut they satisfy us and will you to when you come to pay them W K WARNER Phone 1S8Stanford Ky EXCURSiON 150 CINCINNATI AND I TURN T si TvIiiAVafir JULY31S- PECIAL TRAIN Lv fadin City 556 A M Alit TICKET AGENT FOB rVUTICUUIl rT e I t USE ARNOLD BUGGIES USE ARNOLD BUGGIES USE ARNOLD BUGGIES USE ARNOLD BUGGIES USE ARNOLD BUGGIES USE ARNOLD BUGGIES Cr sod 1 P1 a ZIF I C 0 USE ARNOLD BUGGIES + jII Theres Nothing Better Built to Order Compare Our Prices 5 i With Others We Solicit Your Trade 1i I I e7 I A Before you place that order for the next buggy stop cD and think of AXLES Think of SHELDONS Ton Don brassgi m out any buggy and stay tight It wears and wears and aIwhisper A aYOURCHANCE g Special for 30 days Beginningwith this issue a 12 Job of painting and 78 tires for 28 Remember we make your old buggy look a new one Oiling your old buggy top included in this job Do this today and and14Compare 350dgl = 1 iii z c i 0- n v e fO10NSY 3sn O10N11Y 3Sn S3IDDns CIONUY 3sn O10N1iY 39n 53100nB G10NktY 3snr 3sn Ill Wiom tfio gods destroy ran the 4scfeit phrase they first make mad erT lie mumbled on I used to- blab rIoTed her and we were mar KiMT damned foolishness as you might wje She cant hold a candle to you if jrw are a little touched he tapped ale forehead Impudently In the up per story Awl this man thus degraded thing wtanfed her as a mad woman There sifgat be no God but there was a devil Be stood before her There might BO heaven but there was 0 hell yaA ak Ras in IL aJi second thoughts be rambled Icouldnt Introduce you to her Sfcw arent respectable and she Is Re topped and poured himself an he laughed To bell t with respectability Wo know a better tMvg that that Soul to soul heart to Heart the union of equals without te trammels of conventional bonds fisr weaker beings Yes thats what you sold And she recognized with horror that fewA8 quoting her own words nut It doesnt go you see Its all very well in theory but It doesnt i bafdfag em for a good many thou sands of years and you cant change belong to me now To hell equality I You are nothing j mesa nor less than my property and jurk you be reached out a trem Mteg finger and shook it at her your sMfration Is with toe If I cast you off how much went on with a drunken attempt at reassur awe 1108 are too fine and too hand same even If you are cracked fo- raatyet Im glad to see youve come la your senses lIe rose heavily as he spoke and welt his way around the table hand stet hand Ha approached her She lid aim do It She shrank a little rfMer together every muscle tense for oetfOB She was so longer a woman ae was a human tigress Bud her phil aavpby was gone He was too drunk to wee it too Incapacitate j warningThats right he continued as he lurched nearer to her Stay right there Im coming to you as fast as I can and when I get close to you well kiss and=He was by her side now He straightened himself up with a spasmodic effort released his hold on the table and stretched out his arms toward her And then she sprang at him How she did It she could never tell but In some way her outstretched arms grasping for his throat struck him in the breast Unsteady on his feet he went down as If he had been shot Such was the vtoUncs cf bis 11 that the momentum carried her with him She fell upon him with all her force His head went back and struck the deck with a frightful crash She herself was almost stunned by the violence of her own fall his body broke it She arose and stood over him for a minute and then she lifted her toot and brought It down upon him He had said she was a mad woman and it was true She was crazed by what she had heard by the horror of the situation She had not changed her dress for dinner that afternoon She was wearing a pair of light boating shoes It was lucky for him If she had worn evening slippers with high rigid heels she would have mashed his face beyond recognition As it was she left horrible marks upon itHe lay absolutely motionless She could see that he was still breathing and was not dead If she had bad a weapon she might have killed him In the fury and transport of her rage This wretched philosopher As no re sistance came from him she presently stopped the feminine in her slowly rising to the fore ship As the mists of passion cleared away although the fire pf rage still burned in her heart her mind cleared also She thought with such rapidity as site had never thought before First she picked up a cloak threw It about her and went on deck A cabin attendant was standing at the compan ionway as was always the case watt Ing a possible summons She told him T Alalter was III and did note disturbed Ho did not XO 1c + CenIll rrI DmzorCc c 0errIII NEW AXLE even want the dinner things cleared away He wanted to be left entirely alone until morning The servant smiled slightly she thought In the light from the cabla skylight She noticed that It was a moonless night cloudy overcast for she could see no stars She knew what that smile meant that the man realized what sort of sickness his owner and master was liable to She bade him tell the officer of the deck ber message and then dismissed him Then she returned to the cabin and carefully locked the door She glanced at the wan as she did so He lay just as he had lain before She bent over him HeSras still she noted withwad sit regret But she wasted no time over him Time was the most precious of all things to her at that fifie had a clear and definite plan of action She knew exactly what she Intended to do and bow she Intended to do It Fortunately the means of es cape were at hand They bad passed one or two tiny Islands during the day mere treeless spots of sand or coral In the vast of the oceap but prospects that others more Inviting might be raised had caused the man to order tho power tender to be got overboard This was a good sub stantial boat 16 feet n length broad beamed and built for heavy seas yet powerfully englned and capable of good speed By his direction the tanks had been filled and everything overhauled so that it would be in readiness for use The sea was very calm and the gentle air scarcely raised a ripple on Its surface To save the trouble of hoisting It aboard again the tender had been left trailing astern at the end of a long line It would be ready for Instant use She would escape in that She knew bow to run the motor and bow to steer the boat She had done It many a Ume Carrying her heavy boat cloak she entered her cabin hastily packed ber bag with what things she fancied she would need returned to the table took from It every scrap that was edible and portable without much regard for the niceties she made it up In a heavy parcel which she tied with napkins She remembered that the water tank in the launch bad been filled so that for a time at least she would lack nothing Carrying bait and 0 bum D Buggy curtains made to your order of best 28 ounce ZIbrubber 2 bows and linings complete 512 g rt Write us for all kinds of carriage repairing yeland painting I If you can not decide how you would like to have ourUojob painted here arc a few good colors that are popular U a i Black with broad line blue red with pAl edged with gold blue striped with fine bon ru 4 5 I H HWcxI aJ1ViILe N a C 1- 83199nfl S3IDDno S3lDons S3100n8 O10N1lY blindtf iDe drinkI worldsIItYou gutterg liveT although IrrcocI w m 0 9 breathing mompnt FrnAIdnoldtrimmingII lineS cunaie in ner nand and with the boat cloak over her arm and a straw bat tied on her head after one long look at the man she turned and went aft and reentered the starboard after stateroom her own The boats painter had been affixed to the starboard side of the yacht She opened the stern window and looked out She leaned far out and by great good fortune In the darkness caught the painter The boat of course was swinging to a long rope She pulled at this line eauUously although the effort taxed her strength to the ut most Indeed she seemed possessed of a fictitious strength for the Ume hemp lee she never could bays ac complished her bard task But she managed to get the boat practically under the cabin at last She fastened the painter to her bed which was of brass and securely screwed floor Then she cut off the line tied the bundle of provisions bag and cloak to the end of It sharpi she dropped down into the Among the petty articles was a sailors sheath knife fastened to yard She slipped this lanyard Into her blouse Then she climbed up on the port sill and essayed the dangerous descent herself SIlIi was glad that she was a strong athletic woman used to trusting to her own skill and powers for It was no easy task to slide down that rope and get Into a boat trailing along beneath the coun ter of a yacht going perhaps 12 knots an hour Fortunately the engine was well aft and the bow of the launch was high out of the water else her weight would have pressed It down and the back wash from tho yacht would perhaps have swamped the launchAt rate she succeeded although after she got her foot In the bows she slipped and fell But that sho fell straight aft upon tho cloak and bun dies she would have hurt herself se verely If she had not fallen that way If she bad pitched to the right or the loft she would have gono overboard and that would have boon the end for sho knew that she would have died rather than appeal to that ship for help She was fearful that the noise of her tall might have attracted the attention of some one on the deck but the poop of the yacht was us ually deserted at night and it was un likely Jhatjjny one wouldbe up theta acrainmiuK to net trot ue crew ropethatparted instantly She was whirled backwards and sideways with a cud denness that again almost threw her out of the boat For one agonizing moment the launch lay full In the broad beam of light that proceeded from the bright cabin window she had left For one agonizing moment of suspense she hung there and then the twirl of the wave carried her Into the darkness To be continued Crab Orchard Miss Delphla Newland has gone to Muskogee Okla to spend the summer I p and Races Daily sr with her aunt Mrs Holdnm r t iJail0Illunheimandlaughterhave i uiuru G RCummins t aIsiUnglroacherlvllleaWeston and Homer Wray of Stanford who were here to attend tho of tho K of Is wore aMr F F Cummins Mr and Mrs Jesse Wearen and a IiIeunBLUE GRASS FAmo r LEXINGTON KENTUCKY 1 AUGUST 8th to 13tht 6Big Days and Nights 6 JLUUU SAD HORSE 1000TwoYearOldTrot HighClass Running Harness mceUnga see IN PREMIUMSo Best Hene Show la Aaerica 10Splendid Display of Every Gu IThaviusHerbert A Kline Carnival Company For Catalogue or further information Addresst i JOUETTSHOUSESecretary LEXINGTON KY 0 L ctI In pleasing Ithe large number of custo great sale Those who came and saw I the values we are givingIi you your share If not there is one more for will many cut prices until SATURDAY JULY We have some values iJTSlippers Shoes Hose Underwear Shirts Socks Lawns Ducks Cottons Suspenders et- cSEVERANCE J SON Stanford Kentucky I Tbero IB a now line of 25c box pa- refll special values at Pennys Drat Store i e tiPBRSO1tALs I Mr Mack Huffman ii sojourning at Crab Orchard Springs Miss Juliet Ewing of Louisville will be the guest of Miss Nancy Ycagci est v Miss xruertha Taylor will arrive from Danville tomorrow to be the guest of Miss Alice Rankin Misses Jennie Varren and Essie Burch are guests tbm week ot Mlsi Linda Owsley to Lbiinrtoa Mrs 1 C King Mrs T C Rankin of Hubble and Mrs Jude Hlgglne and children of Somerset were thu guests of Mrs Nannie Lawrence on Tuesday Mrs Hill SpaldinG who has been rending two weeks In Lebanon with Mr and Mrs Benedict SpauldinG has where she Is the i toGone Edward AIDrguest of her father corn and family Louisville Poet Miss Lelia Cook Bailee of HarroJs burp Is the guest of her aunt Mrs Lana Cook t Miss Mary Craig Haydon of Jarli with herweeksIs spending a few 1 grandmother Mrs Icrmella Drown and Mm Robert L McKecbnle of Tampa Flor- Ida Grover M McKechule are vlllUng SQlllre McKechnles 1 a- talntIy This is grocers first visit 1 mince he went to Florida In 1908 Tom Newland hart returned from Howling Green where ho has been tie guest of a tiufco party for the past ten days He was accompanied II guest home by Mr J A Keogh who is his Mr and Mrs J W Baughmai spent Wednesday In Louisville Mrs Walter Gun of Paint Lick visited her sister Mrs W B Flab this week Miss Margaret Lewis of Richmond arrived lust night to visit Mrs W H Higgins Mesdames Emmett McCormack J 11 Wood Q Q Perry and Mimes Rose and Margaret McCornifick Bet tie Perry and Margaret and Pauline Hocker went to KUhtuond Thursday to attend be fair MUsei Nell and Margaret Warm went to Lancaster Thursday to spent a week with relatives Mr F J Tamme was operated o Tuesday for cancer of the jaw and it getting along as well aa could be ex peeled Mr and Mm Virgil Lee of Mid dl boro are receiving congratula tlons upon tho arrival of a daughter Georgia Jeanette The mother was Miss Mary Pennlngton of this city The Current Events Club met with Mrs W P Grimes on Thursday and the pretty afternoon brought many members and guests Delightful refreshments were served and two most Interesting hours spent Mrs W P Grimes entertained with- a Ian party at her pretty suburban home on Tuesday evening In honor ot her niece Miss Martha Jones of lamas City Mo Receiving with Mrs Crimes were Miss Jones and Miss Peterson the guest of Mrs W A Tribble Tbe lawn was artistically lecorated with Japanese lancers and elegant refreshments consisting of rem and cakes were served Some welve or more couples enjoyed the lotpltallty of this charming hostess oooooo goooo IDOtr aa0- G1 0 s- c 0 Q o a Need j aa0 es i 0 Khaki Pants 1 150 and 2 i Shirts 25c 5Oc 75c and 1 j- il Plow Shoes At Any Price i 1 But our Chrome Shoe Beats Them All Satisfaction Guar J teed j- J DUCK BRAND OVERALLS j- J Have one fault they last too long J- I A Suit of Cool Under j wearMakes You Feel Beta ter After HardDays Work a 1 1 can dress you from head to I foot ready for a days work for 3 t II Cummins Wearen 1 8 STANFORD KENTUCKY t fbis store is the home of Hart Schaffner Marx clothes jsHt k k k k Lte js ft k b b s4fe t kt t aH ia B s f fff is Bk b M te is Q I- hr Miss Mary D McRoberts W Dan vllle was with friends here this week Mr and Mrs Jim Woods pellt Thursday at the Richmond fair Mr und Mm J 11 Uaughrnan are cpcndlug the day at the Richmond fair Mrs P M McRoberta Is spendln Bfveral duys with her father at Ar cadla Miss LetUe May McRoberts and Mrs R E McRoberts of Lancaster were here this week Miss Gertrude Wilkinson has returned home after a few days visit to friends and relatives in Liberty The Ladles Aid Society of the Baptist church will meet with Miss Marie Mahoney on Friday afternoo at 230 oclock Mrs David Scott and daughter Mis Ellen ONeal Scott are visiting relt lives and friends In Paris and Lexinc ton Mr J W Moore of Liberty Is the guest of Mesrs R D and Ed Wllklnnons families Tho Ladies Aid Society of the Christian church will meet with Mrs J H Jackson on Next Tuesday atter noon at 230 Oclock Judge Jack Menefec of Stanton was In town Saturday Jack is rankle the bet police judge Stanford eve had Danville Messenger Mr and Mrs R M Ulackerby of Louisville have been the guests of Ur and Mrs William Bright this week Mr and Mm George H Karris and children and Mrs George D Wearer are spending d few weeks at Crab Or hardMrs W A Yeager of Middlesboro III the guest of Mrs Julia Hughes list Addle McClary returned with her She will teach next term at Utsburg Pa Miss Stella Reed of Cincinnati And little Miss Edna Mae Rlgg of Vlnchcster are visiting their grand ether at Stanford Wlnchestur laws Mrs Tom Pence Miss Ella May Saunders Miss Dora Pence Mrs J F Cummins Miss Roberta OBannon IInd Mrs Gray from McKInney formed a merry party to Mammon Cae on Wednesday morning Misses Josephine and Lucy Sever tnce the attractive children of the lev Joseph Severance and Mrs Se rnnce ot Frankfort are guests of lr and Mrs Will Severance Misses Lena and Mary Dec Deck ave been the charming hostesses of delightful houseparty given at their loautlful country homo near McKln IICY In honor of Misses Margaret Mbb Anna Chancellor Florence Carr of Stanford Stella Stephenson of Tulsa Okla Bessie Clothlor of Som rest Netia Morford of Ewing nod tuth Tannlor of McKInney Mctors R L Clothfer of Lexington Grant let calf of Paint Lick Herman Ganr of Jamestown Mrs W B Penny and daubtei Misses Cooper and Connie Penny of Danville or here this week tho guests of Mrs Mary Penny Mr Jesse Rout of Hustonville hac accepted a position as clerk r Messrs Durham Cecil He enter upon bis duties yesterday afternoo Mr Rout is not only a splendid ciU zen but a grocery man of large ex peiicnce having been associated wltn Mr J 0 Weatherford the Hustoi vine merchant for a number of year AdvocateMr Menefee and bride ar rived In Danville last night from an extended tour of the north and weat While away they visited among otbe places Chicago Niagara Falls and spent some time at tbe lakes and In for Knoxville where Mr Menefee ha Canada They will leave in a few days some special work returning to Dan ville to make their home after Sept AdvocateShort Local News Rooms for rer 4 also stable Mrs L B Cook Iowdcr guns tobacco sacs anl le smokers Oeo H Farris See the new framed pictures we are wing away at tbe Country Store For Sale Charcoal kiln for terra ee Mrs Catherine McClary Dr J G Carpenter will deliver bill ntituberculosls lecture at Higblan Sunday morning at 11 oclock Notlce5 per cent penalty lidded cbool tax Aug 3 1910 L R ilugbes Clerk Log chain lost between here and leorge Carpenters gate Reward fOl nforaatlon or return to A T Nun iclley 413 Charles Henry dt Mllledgevllle diet of last Friday His will receded him to lay grave by fiveI weekll Union servicesWIIJ be held at the rrtsnyterfan church Sunday night lhe Rev J J Dickey will preach Hi subject being Christian Unity For Sale Nice residence on Mali trees In Stanford Ky the frontage or lot large enough for another build int lot All necessary outbuildings SverytUlng In good repair Price F2760 A bargain tee L R Hughes Stanford Ky 100000 Feet of Lumber At The Right Prices 1 have 200V000 feet of lumber suitable for tobacco barns and other building purposes at reasonable prices Call on me or write me fo prices and tell me what you want and I can suityouWALKER OWENS Pongo Kj hipping Point Mt Vernon YOUR ATTENTION Watch This Space For Something of IMPORTANCE S TO Suffering Humanity I e W L MCARTYPrf E C WALTONVFrea L R HUGHE88 dt Stanford Real Estate Co f KentucKy Farms and Town Property Handled on Oommi ion Stocks and Bon Sold If you Have Property to Sell or Rent Notify UK IEWrite for Circular to LeR HUGHES Secretary Stanford K r mers who to our store during our bought Is there any better evidence ofIr Did get you continue 23 excellent RIbbons Hustonvlltc More We consumption Stanford came We rMeeting at Turnersville BRINGING MANY ERRING ONES INTO THE FOLD I Rev W J Whitehead and Rev W J Clarke the latter an evangelist are conducting a very successful pro tracted meeting with the Turner vllle Christian church Up to Tuesday night there were 23 additions to the church and the attendance at all ser vices Is exceptionally good The meeting will close on Sunday right and on Monday night July 25th at 8 P M Mr ClarkPwllI deliver his lecture on My Ala Countrie He Js a native of New Zealand and linings an amusing and Instructive message from this Switzerland of the Southern hemisphere The lecture will be well worth hearing and the charge for ad mission will be only 25c for a double ticket 25c single ticket and lOc for children Beware of Ointments for Ca rnt- hat Contain Mercury u ntrrurr will Purely dntror tbe Knee of fuse end complcttlr drraor the whole tyncm tea trt ring It throucb the mucous turlMf Buck peeetrquonewill do p UD Ion to Uw told ycvl un toiaiklr Oe rite from Ibem Hilli catarrh Curt nuM wtm4by F 1 Cheney k Co Toledo 0 tonUIni D mtt gutsybutt po lie rrnulB Itlo Ukeo Ut ratUy and stale M TotaMk Ohio b F03 Cbeoey Co Tnte traa- ySold b DnuifKU Price TK per UiTale UaUi ramBy rata lor 0 It soothes refreshes etrellgU to t and purifies the stomach bowels and kidneys A tonic that prevents turn mer troubles Such is llollleterm Rocky Mountain Tea 35c tea or Lib lets at Shugars ac annera T Leonard Coomers of Adair county took his life at his home near Colum bia by blowing his brains out with a gun Domestic troubles are al leged to have been responsible for his rash act 0 A Ayers Hair Vigor Ingredients salphor GIyUrill Quinia Sodium chrerW- Gpeicunt Sue Alcohol water Perteeet Anything injurious here Ask your doctor Anything of merit here Ask your doctor Will it stop falling hair Ask your doctor Will it destroy dandruff Ask your doctor Does notColor the Hair 4 oourAXT Lovell ri0aerrKeep all Vegetables Fruits etc FOREVER NO TAINT NO MOLD Easy to seal easy to open f The only jar in the world that requlresbOrubberring Order a dozen today4 T T m W E PERKINS IICRABORCHARD KENTUCKY I 1 r I u rns r 1 IL R Hug hes T W Humble W 0 Martin I BIG CUT IN OXFORDS I We will sell you any pair of slippers left our house at a great reduction Now is the time tobuy I 50 per cent in vice l25Ito ents Tan Oxblood etc 350 Oxfords cut to 228 300 Oxfords cut toL98 250 Oxfords cut to 148 150 Oxfords cut to 118 Our loss is your gain deHUGHES MARTIN COI Dry Goods NotionsShoes STAN FORD KENT A rL CKYJ orowerororerorerororooro oorow = 0o o ooooooooooooooooooooo Eureka Portrait CoiiliI IiiIs prepared to FRAME PICTURES Juorsmat prices lower than the Ii jl lowest Several hundred styles of moulding to se- lj oil lect from No old stock mouldings fresh oi- lII from our factory Office in Inter cis jjff ior Journal building li I IB IS ftVPM A JOHNSON Mgr Stanford III E O 0 OOOOOOOoooooaooOoaOOnn7roroororroQro rorp o YOURCHANCE For A BARGAIN This Range For Only 52425 See it Hilo H FARRIS It you have anything to sell in the STOCK LINE Take to Nunnelleys New Stock Yards Ho buysand sel s every day in the year except Sunday Bring on your stock Best market iu the State with plenty of eetl and water best covered pent outside of Louisville or Lexington STANFORD KY We also do general hitch and feed business 11 ieeAboutVii i Fruit Jars Fruit Jar Rings and caps We will make you a Special Price t4t L L SANDERS Orchard Kentucky iil lJ l lJU L Iflo J xP n4ry AUTOMOBILES SUPPLIES AND ACCESSORIES AGENTS FOR Flanders 20 75O I V135QHaynesBaker Electric 2000 to OOO I iJtxidetftker t GarM4oa to 6000 If iterc=tcdPhviivBell 24 sad we will gladly ive demonstration isIDanville Ice Goal CoDanvill I II YOU NEVER REGRET THE COST OF AN- ARTfCtE it It PLO S SL9 Sile TRvt II I HANNSS A rN ENSAlc rVJ J C I I PAINT r IIt rj without doubt the most efficient housp paint f Ofn the market and if cbfapttlfri the ends in that it will go further arid wear longer than other f I paints Only the best materials are lisedj with WHITE LEAD AS THE PREDOMINANT PIGMENT tempered with just enoughzinc to prevent chalking quickly as is the case where t lead alone is used Poll SALE BY cItardqatfdIM rrn rarrew a Notes and Accounts Collected We collect notes and accountS ouywhere ifi the United States No charges unless wecoUect AlwjtodXTifter lidms of all kinds Bank references Correspgndence soliclted lMAYS COLLECTION AGENCY WOODSON MAY Mgr Somerset Kentucky ONE I bIIOPI OF BOURBON POULTRY CURE down the throat ol a eploz chicken destroya tile wormi and watts lbw chick a lire A few drop In the drlnkluc water curei end PREVENTS DISEASE F Forth treatment ol White DUrthoo chlcki and BUckh d allother 11eapI turkey BOURDON POULTRY CURE HAS NO EQUAL One 90c bottle makes 12 gallons of medicine For Sale By Sugars Tanner AGAIN RENE1I0 Valuable Premiums Will Be Given For Individual Farm Exhibits As never before In the history of ifair at Lexington the Interests of the agricultural community will be carea for at the b Blue Oran Fair the week of August 8th to 13th Last year this association offered valuable premiums for Individual Farm Kx habits Including an array of different products produced on Individual farms So wide was the Interest In this ex hlblt and so large the entries that the class will be again renewed and there is every prospect that It will have a still larger entry list As last year the Kentucky Expert ment Station will mal a splendid ex hibit of products grown on Ita excel lent farm this however not enter ling Into competition with the exhibit of farmers of Central Kentucky ana groundliampleeoils which will prove both entertain ing and instructive The Fair Asso 1ijrijheat s a also be handsome premiums lot the display of corn To this display ol farm product wilt be given over tae grit nor of Floral Hall 1t0 the second lc the merchant tit Lexington will make attractive dill wb on the third floor win be exhibited i Itribnumber of article iptrHIii tttffajmrtitftftbf Wdmeas Work 1 fcvLttVrfci Th4a ire Floral Hall wljil fcoaior eoaspleW anfl more attractive than ever before inJbl6hthericwtary ggett Spousel LAxlagtOB foe a catalogue of the Dlue qrtiisaFairsettlej forth dqtills th Kxpelfdifferent trains ACTUAL PHOTOGRAPHS i V Reproduced In Wonderful rrJvsK 4 CQstr For Lu Griaai Palr ilkever t ifcat which Has bcen used that TeVr t4 dveftl8e the big Blue jfal1Jwbjck will be held at Lezlna o the weekof August 8 to 13oTh pap t t all made from deslgBi P1flIJ by the BluerfraM Pair association 8cf ihQ S4lII1ed lire Ukea fca 11n sm nn Lrrl fOtiadllyHTifiialt IIl1e lIIOtpre t laoBt of these la a large firesheet OIIter howIn a superb type of a Kentucky saddle horse One of tna kaowa exhibitors In America is stride him and the position 01 the horse and the pose of ithp rider arerap natural so graceful and ao lifelike M to attract tQ1pjdKt MtenUoa FARMERS DEPARTMENT For SaleSome nice Jersey cows Carroll Shautca buy Deerlag and McCormack mow- Ing machlfeef sections at Lairs Huston tile 413 Strayed from the F Reid place one red yearling dehorned steer weight about 500 pounds Howard for return to Pence Bros Meier 8 Huffman of Dnnvlllle pur chased a bunch of top hugs averaging 200 pounds ench paying 8 cell placeOwnerSteenbergenCrabfor Sale Several fine Jersey cows and hollers registered and high grade and two registered bulls n Shetland antIJAmessLostA white sow pig weighs be tween 40 and SO pounds James Coon er H C Bright sold to E V Spears and Son of Paris 2000 bushels of blue trailS seed at 155 For Sale 150 bales good timothy bay 1000 barrels corn OUd good 7 yoar old work mulo oue yearling horse A W Carpenter Moreland Ky boar6roppounds Liberal reward tor return or Information of whereabouts to O P Newlond Crab Orchard 393 Bstrny helter came to my place on Juno IS Owner con get same by pay log for keep and for thW ad It O Hubble Turnerarille 373p Col I M Dunn of Danville thresh ed his crop of 70 acres of wheat at bryantavllle Thursday It nveras d 2 bu to the acre and was sold tdthd Parker Milling1 Company of Lancas Ur at JlOSper bushel Strayed 6r stBlen Drown horse mule about 9 yean old Any tnfOnni tlon will be rewarded TOot K Farris Danville Ky b3 James K Clay a defendant or the Great Commoner Henry Clay dad one of the upst prominent breeders ot running and trotting horses In Ken tucks died at Lexington Clay wah U- and passed away at his country estate Marchtnount Bourbon county For Sale 150 bales ot timothy hay 100 barrels corn 1 sevenyearold workmule 1 yearling horse mule young registered Dtoo Jersey hour A W Carpenter itoMlaid Ky For 8 I45aacre flraiabout 7 miles from Stanforrff ibo ecreopftta bottom land an good as you can fesgood fhe farms well fenced and never falling water there facing to good clstermi at the door pIf room Dwelling two tenant bouse two stock barns and nbw tobacco lam 90x38 8 corn cribs granary icu house buggy house etc Wilt sell at a bargain la the next GQ days Owners reaaoa for selling Is bad health For tutther seel- vv L Mtuarty or1 ftI ghGi- itIS Yi Ndrtfecott LANCASTER KY ovY1K OF ProductWEArtE AYINa TOOArrtfltf 1O1Ockl2cTurkeys7joboosters 7cFeathers lbYellow0 tIM INEXCHtltlQLwi ca you Phone 153 ThE 0 CoMFORT OF THC r SMULE line all to do with the pleasure of the ride You will find our sad dies as comfortable as an armchair even after a natd gallop And they ate aa comfortable for the horse tooWhl1e701lar9 lookln afcm lont forget w5 lave thlatest bridled and tho best of bits J C MtCLARY Stanfanf Ky AT cos aommoncinto July Butting Aug 1 the cold wet Spring we find ourselves overstocked and have to sell these goods to make room for FALL aOODS COMING IN i flatei for our Fall Goods as our Spring stock is heavy so dont wait until too late Come early and get choice This LARGE STOCK consists of Clothing of Best Make Oxfords Under wear Hats Felt and Straw Odd Pants Shirts Ties Dry Goods Such prices nev er heard of before t Any Suit Trunk or Suitcase At Cost LAWNS 20c Lawns 4 lie 15cf l1c lOc Calicoes and other goods always on hand Fancy Imported Hosiery 50c HandSox r JI 25c 1 190 155 4 lle lOc oIC percentfowcost Newest and most up totUte goods you can find tfI Mers Boys Odd Dress Pants fi ot Paste 54- 8iIii 448 INU 383- 40Q 298 399 268 300 228 250 198 200 143 Felt Hats 100 Rata 31f 380 3IM 2 t 298 2 S 4 1J8 zoe 1 aISO 118 100 u i1 Ladles Gauze Vests1 Ie c 25cts Vesta 19 15 r 11 10 8 Suspenders iii ct PIe 38 25 ct 19 l5 ct PaTr 11 Mens Unuwyear Union Suits il 60 Ualol1lultv 98 33c19cMens ISUIt5TlicBest Brarid Made Go At 2700 Sulta 1898 25 00 198 22 60 16 98 20 W 1398 1198l1220 898 1000 a 698 6 u 3 V8 Boys Suitsf 760 Suits 48 498IS600 398 3 f 1t3 0 2 2 IO h 1 4 00 t 10 I Soft Walkers Shoes and Oxford 4ta50c Fancy Vests 1931iOVesta 219E15A16OVeeta1 OOV sU 7t IiI60e Caps 725e CaPe 10 1 Neckwear If t tfA25cMens elts I r5Oc25cJei tsow 17 We have kind of Dress Goods MOW gjfcjfat Costr 1 MENS FANCY SHIRTS 1100 Shirt at73JOc 8h rt5tS3fcBoys Knickerbockers 15 PaMi 11 98l7d fad 37Mensor ringbone and Birds Eye 30Q ate 28 275 2 50 1 98 200 148 98lQtStraw Hats Of All Kinds r t f 350Hata 268 I 300 2Ls- gv M rr 1782 00 1 48I1 50 1 19 1 79b01 1 MIs tanblack250Otforde 168 198 150II 129 glens Oxfords Patent Tan and Grey 21a209 1 fdies Oxfords In Tan Patent and Suede 3 50 Qxfordea t 27a 210a 191I2QO 1 48 150r 119 usprove ffJ pared tor sell our dolls A SAM RNINSeN1 M5I hl r4ll f