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Mr II Clay Bottom botiRht a good MAM blinch nf rnttle ,n ',nco'n last week I IN THE OLD PALMETTO STATE BUILDING BOOM HITS HUSTONVILLE TWO HANDSOME RESIDENCES TO BE ERECTED SOON NEWS IN THE WEST END. CEOROE W. OENTRY 13 8HOT TO Presbyterians Want Pastor DEATH WHEN HE SLAPS THE OFFICER IN FACE. REV. R. A. WHITE, OF WEST VIRGINIA, IS CALLED. MR. AND MRS. J. L. BUTLER OF WRITE INTERESTINQLY SOUTHERN SCENES. . tleo. V. Uenlry, ft promlnont lum-lie- r i s man or Mr. Vornon, wns shot UIqo anil killed thcru Thursday by Town Marshal li R. Ferguson. The nffnlr occurred In tlio heart of tli town nnd caused niticli excitement. A srort time ago while entry wiu cut of the city, the Marshnl arrested lilt boy tor a trivial offense. Thursday UieV,wet nnd the Matshal :ukcl ,e"ntry for taxes. Gentry t ald' to have told the Marshal thai li! would haiti to .wait, adding: "f ilon't like you any way ..My wlfo tells tnc you arretted my bo) for nothing hls-cYt- Mhlle I was r.way " '. Ferguson Is said to have replied that that was a He, whereupon Gentry slruck the Marshal In Uie face. I'enruson therf pulled his pistol Ha'iiu Jlreri nt Gentry twlc, both bullets lassln through Ills one pene-(ratin- e tin. abdomen, and ant down, but It could be een he was mortally hurt, and n physician was speedily He lfcd six hours, nnd then oft, sum-irone- tJenlry walked Marvhtl was placed under Kuard ny other otllclals, He Is a man about 37 years of age, while ((entry was a man about GO, and leave a wlfo m.d flvo children. died. The Sunday School Convention FOR BOYLE COUNTY HELD THIS WEEK JUNCTION NEWS Junction City. July 21. The following Is tho program of tnc Uoylo county Chrlitlan 3undu school convention which was held July 18th, Thursday at Chestnut Urate near Iarksvlllc. Ky. " 9 45 .A. 'M-- . ,1'ralse ttorvlce In charge lf local 10.0(3 Conference 1"H0 Front rank standard In charge of,. State- - worker 10:45 President's nldrns by E. L. Unibbs. . U.od Address, the valu of the week ty t)uleUn, by, Rev, 'raU vMontoru-crof fastor of Perryllle church. of couituest 11,M5 Tho Christian Kentucky, llobcft M. Hopkins or Walter E, Frazee ll& HoJI call, making Buyle, a llanner county, condition from every Mchool In the county. (1) a written report (2) an offering for 8tate work (3) The attendance of superintendent, assistant superintendent or secretary. U:C0 Appointment of committees , and announcement. Dinner. 1.00 P. M., All y committee meetings. 1:15 Conference of superintendent. 1:30 Devotional service n charge .. of Chestnut Oroya schooL Bustnoa session. (1) reading mlniiTos of 1909. (3) report oi acooefa, (3) report of committees, (4J Offering for 8Uta and county work. 3:30 Announcement of State alms, (1) The county Institute, (2) The (3)' The new atata convention, roll. honor ,u( 2:30 A teacher traTnlnif'clAs or an on exhibition, adutt Bible cla ana 3.00 Addreoses, Ulble school the&etne. Rev IC. C. Oarrlson. Prof. E. U Grubbs and Mlsa Fannie Spears began the Moreland public school' Monday with an attendances of black-berr.52 lu' spite of'the early date, picking, tobacco hoeing and typhoid. fever. Prof. Grubbs will try to KraitoVte a class of six girls and two boya during the coming year for the High Hustonvllle and Stanford y Columbia, S. C, July 20. perhaps our old Kentucky Thlnkliif At tlio congregational meeting of Sunday would appreciate a Utter from us, w the Presbyterian cnuroh uiornlng, a call was Issued to tlio take this medium of addresslr llev. It'. A. White, of (Jnrrardstown, through the column of the Interior It Journal, as no doubt this means will West Virginia, to the pastorate not known yet whether he will ac leneh them all. V. e helluo I lie I. J i cept, but the cull was a unanimous Is read by pvcrone In Lincoln county Our one, and the members hope that he as well U3 hundreds of others home folks send us tho I. J. each week v til. or the church has been without and we eagerly peruse each line It a pastor for over a year. every advertlsemenL Mr Whllo preached heie somo time contains even Is u Momethlng we did not always do when He heo and' pleased everyone. Me- man of middle age, unmarried and at home. V e left the little city or V church w' Kinney on the 23rd of March, stopping has. been the pastor of the Garrnrdstown for llm pnst IS year lowr In Somerset lor a short atay The salary tendered Dr. WHIto Is with our sister Air. Wm. Adams, leaving there nt 1 A. M., on tho 2th, 11,200 a year wo had a nice Journey all the way. enjoying the vailed scentry. Including that of rhcr, mountain und plain. Criminal Docket We made fine connection, changing at Oakdale, Knoxllle and Aslievllle, and Up AT SPECIAL TO BE TAKEN arriving in Columbia on Easter Hun COURT TERM MONDAY day at 0 A. M Columbia the beauti-tu- l capltol of South Carolina. Is a nice The special term of the Lincoln cir- little city of thlrtMUe housand popucuit cojrt to try crtnCual cuses onlj, lation. It Is an Ideal educational center, ns well as a prominent railroad will 'begin here Monday. There Ik a (enter. Several railroads run into large amount of buMncBs on hand, sev- and have headquarters here, among eral murder enses being on the docket them are the Southern railway, Thn There are also a number of cases for Atlantic Coast Lines railway, The iolatlon of the local option law. Seaboard Air Line railway, The C. Judge Saufley got his first call from & A. and the C N & L. We ulso 5ov. Will son under tho new special have excellent street railway service, Judge act Thursday, and will go to connecting the cltj with all the beautiMaeotlln county In August to hold a ful suburban towns. special term of court The attorney The soil of this country Is very there petitioned th (Jovernor to send sandy, and In one hour after a hard Judge Sutiftey there, as he ha held lain one would never recognize the court there before and js. very popular fact that It had rained, from the apAnd Judging pearance of the soil. from this, we are made to believe the Big Bam Bums statement of generations past, that this country was at one time the botWILL HESTER: SUSTAINS HEAVY tom of the sea. The railroads through LOSS BY FLAMES. hero need no ballast, othar than the sand, this being sutflclenL The railbelonging to The large stock bam road ties are made of, pine, that being Will Hester on the Hubble Hester, on In Kentucky. Pine two miles something unknown the Hubble pike, principally down Thursday timber seems to.be used, Irora town, ourned tpr all building purposes here. There Little, afternoon, .about 4 o'clock. are extensive pine forest here, num-Ijer- a boya playing about the barn are of tree growing to the height of It. to have, aet Ire Jo one hundred feet with not . branrh The barn 'contained a lot of hay, wLhlii a few teet corn and farming Implements and the from thjroufij to I I n' of. the ton. .,.- o4 1 estimated t .2D0, - In the This U, qultg Jt xajton-.PouclaMany of the Umbers usedf contraction of the barn were taken region. f$d.ftumbi of pne utlja.Jjrgesj. Cotton naljja, ly Irom the old Rudh Draftcn church. the South., In driving through the countrya few; 4X "ce, w nnuc acre of" thii plant In bloom. Thl Is also a great fruit country. We have MADE AT J. H. BAUHMAN 4 CO.'S magniycent fruit of every, description FLOUR MILL. nere now. Water melons and musk melons are old with u having had Having installed somo ot tho latest them for eight weeks past. Improvpd milling machines. J. 11. There are a number of educational Baughman & Co.'a big mill, atarted up institutions here, among them are apatn Thursday morning after having The University of South Carolina, boen idle alnce May 18. During that The Presbyterian College for woniet. time, mill wrlghts.. representing the The Columbia college. Tha Catholic Nordyke-Marmo- n Company, of Indian-apolls- , Academy, The National Telegraph in been tearing out most oJ stitute, Draughon's Business College, hate machinery, and the old, McAfee' Business College, Allen UniInstating the new. w;nich will enable versity, and the Columbia University the plant to- - produce a much higher for men. grade of flour and greatly Increase It Thero are number of churches hero capacity. The new machinery repevery denomination being represented. - rout sup-josf- d Billyovcyits flour-makin- g resents au outlay ot ubout 13,000, but the, milling company feela that nothing Is too good (or tta litrons and determined ehat they shall have the best. FARED WELL AT FAIR. At the Richmond fair yesterday and the day betore, Wray & Walker, ot this city, took the following awards Schoojs. on Sallle Brook, their crack Mi'sW Agnes McCord bgau teachinj filly, and Carroll Preston, the at ieCormack's, Mlsa Mary J Hub- great, stallion: Lard' at Moore's, Mia I8i Bst Vare or Gelding, 3 and uuder Hopkins at CartVa and Mr. Harvey 4 Sai'.lo Brook, first dauflW'. Best Harness Stallion. 4 year and began teaching Ma',Ethol Clarkson over Carroll Preston. at AtUoton July 4. The other floylo Sallio Brook also won two roadster open till Aug. 1. county schools do not stakes for U?orgo threo-year-ol- d " d Bln'Vhorn dlad Sunday and wa buried A WILD RAQINQ BLIZZARD .Monday. and Ml Mr. and Mra. D. ,IL Fo hrinzs danger. Buffering otten death to thousands, who take colds, Miinhntn Fox BDont .the day with daughters, Mra. E. L. Qrubbs ant coughs and la' grippe that terror of their ThTJnl ,pf: JWr;$. Mr. winter and spring. Its danger signals up" notrlU. lower fart Eight additions were made to tha are "stuffed rhiiu and fever. laln In . .. during the, late meet back ot head, and a throat gripping Christian church -when Grin attacks, as you Ing here. Ther wer aU ehUdren I ages of eight uud 12 years. value your life, don't delay "One tween the Nev PUcovery. Mr. P. E. rtosa and daughtor. Mary botuf cored nW' writes A. L, Dunn, .be'a8 Elizabeth, of Louisville, or6 the guest or Pino Valley. Mh, weka wlU Orlp." For 'laid ur.wVof Mr. and. Mr. c;in,t Uift, coughs. h'rirfi'orrhieea. -' Vev.AJohn Jones, ot Ballevue, who t lwhis.,wbMplng cough hronchlUs, la wife and baby, wtSma . Uuarunvisiting here with It'a suprewe. 5pc, at the B,Pst church Su teed by O LM.Penny. Mr. Jumea Cloyd'sunday. l.h "r1 Hustonvllle, July 21. That Malt mead, cream of hops and Dr. Children bought a very other near-bee- r drinks aro not Intoxibuilding lot on Danville h vecating nnd venders of same cannot bo nue last week and will begin tho prosecuted under Uie local option law erection of a handsome home as soon was the oplnlod In ,tw'q cades before as tho ordered material arrives. County Judge Bailey rSro Thursday. Mr. Jess Carpenter has the plans Warrants were' 'Bworhjjfout against and specifications tor a handsome Pros Sluder and, peorge Afford, of home to be built on his lot near th MoKinney, charging (hem with sellWheeler Emporium on Main street ing Intoxicating drinks without a , Watch us grow. hunmw, i Attorney Ouorge r. Fldrtnco Mr. Joe Cnnwcy and I'ttle son, Family Reunion Wichita, defended,- "- "with' Attorney "W. 'TJ Held, nrrlvod Sunday from Kansas.ifrtr ? few woeW vacation durch.Mn1,tKe' proWlltlon. " " ,i; .... Jl ..& Held and Miss Anna NEWLAND FAMILY ENJOY A DA" with Botb.cnse; waoMl. Jj(flwJtej). tried AT BROWN SPRINGS. Reld.k ,, but the. one BKnlaUiAICfnl'tYTent'out .. MisjpKtlMi Powers, having tired of ou peremptoiyaliistruotiflnBitroni1 ithe has' opened her dressmnk-InThe New land families of this Vncrister, rooms In the Carienter building. county, Uarrard and Rockcastle, met court, because It tuas.notiproventh&r Mr. J. B. HonaWet, one ot the best In family reunion at Brown Springs, Lincoln county' iwas.jDry under tkb sheep raisers and handlers In this '' near Crab Orchard yesterday and locnl option law. vicinity, whose lambs and ewei are The Jury found oi Sluder in th'j rpeut a most enjoyable day. About always ready sale at the highest pric es, sold Sandldge Bros., 00 owes this. SO gf the name were present ana tho other case, on the ground that such happy hours were spent In talking of c'linUs as malt mead, cream of hops week at $G. The game of , hall Saturday at More old times, tracing relationships nnd etc., containing but two per cent, of land between Hustonvllle and More .uany other things ot Interest to them. alcohol are not intoxicating. A numland, resulted In a tie game nnd will Tnc good wives ot the families had ber ot witnesses were Introduced, who le played off next Saturday on the each prepared a sumptuous lunch.- testified that had drank the beverages ilustonvlll grounds and a large crowd which was spread beneath the had.- and had not been made drunk. of giant oaks and elms and nJoreJ is expected. Will Cabbell and fa.ully, of Leban to the fullest oxtr.t. Withal, If wru .or.i? 'o be on. are spending thl week with his a happy gathering and Kings Mountain by those 'ho t.e.--e pres-vjmother, .Mrs. Fannie Cabbell, on West , Main street. Kings Mountain, July 21. Mrs, Jesse P. Rl?e is suffering with Miss Grace Thompson Is visiting a severe ease of mumps that seenie tr After Crab Orchard Springs her grandfather at Woodstock.Virginia, lie epidemic in that community. Mrs. Amanda Griffin, of Lucan Young, having resigned lls Is visiting friends and relative's here. rositibn as bookkeeper for the MERCER CAPITALISTS MAY BUY Miss Bell Johnson who .has been Milling Compiny. has acceptHISTORIC RESORT visiting here has gone to Indiana. ed a similar position with the Peoples The eighteen months old child of (lank here. The bunch of "Mercer county citi- Hub Jenkins died and was burled last Mrs, Walter Vanarsjlale. of Boyje zens who went through here last week at Pleasant Point. count). sjent last wpck,.with her. pa- In an automobile to Crab Orchard There la quite a lot or slcknesu rents, Mr. and Mf,' Hf.Ca$,lz'' . hate a deal on to buy that celebrat- among the children ot this vicinity. Myers & Vaughn shipped an? cay ed resort. In the party were Col. D. L. Mrs. Craig Butte, or Somerset U anyone, I Moore. Judge John W- - Hughes, W. J. of nice butchex cattle visiting here. this Poteet, and Rodman Keenon. They double deck car of lambs at 5 Miss Jennie Ealy, ot Stanford, visitweek. spent some time looking pve.r the ed relatives here and at Eubanks. Wheat throughout this part of Lin- plate, and are. said to have, taken au Herschel and Aubrey Gllllland visitcoln county Ib badly damaged by the option at 130,000 for the springs ho ed their grandfather Mr J. B. flooch continued rains all this month. tel and 3,000 for the springs. at Stanford. to buy the property, Af Is Rutji CulberUon. ot Covington, It Is propose Dave Singleton sold a plug borne to was the guest last week of Miss Edna organize a stock company with a capi- Walter Carmon for $60. Camnltz. talization of 1100.000, using jaO.OOO in The farmers of this neighborhood Jijrs. HIU Spvdlus. of Louisville., Is and make of it one of the largest are very much In the weeds on actlsttlng her father. Dr. Ed. Alcorn and Improving the buildings and grounds, count of the co.Slnued rain. family. and make of It one of the largest Stlss Lydla McKee has returned M,rs. James H. Taylor, of PitUbufg. health report In tig Squtl.i. '. from the E. K. S. N. Pa., was visiting relathes here last !kjfs3 Pauline and Euphemla Taylor Crab Orchard is one ot the oldest week. health resorts in the South, and the have gone to Cincinnati to find wort the 17th. to the buildings are commodious and large Born, on Sund The South Kentucky Association wife pi T. J. Denhani. of Jumbo, a enough to s,ccpmmodate several hun will liold a Sundajr school union ana Deacons meeting at Pleasant Point fine ten pound son, T, J Jr., who Is dred guests. . o today the pride of the village anc arid f.l. An able program ha July iOVyMAaUMJMER f0UR8. beep gotten out and will be discusssd tue talk of tho optlrt- coaimunlty Write to B.qwmar'B Tours, Versailles by able men. Everybody Inched. The South Dljtrlct Aasocla.tlon of Baptist churches will hold their an- Kr,- - for folders' giving details and personally For three years more Fulton'' is to nual session with the Hustonvllle cost of' Bowmar's 'ideal c,o'ndup'ted) t'oura to Niagara Falls, remain in the rank's of the long list Baptist church, 'August 23 and 24. The Baptist churjeh at Hustonyllle Tnrontn. Buffalo and Cleveland, with of "dry"' 'towns in Kentucky at the will continue Its regular services dur- fine lata steamer trfpa. Tuesday Aug.. close ot the most weird campalpn In ing the summer months. Services 2. and to Atlantic. City, .New York, the history or this section, ending ron-each first and third Sunday at 11 a. Phllaletphia and Washington, Thurs Thurday with the local option Htgn-uiaa- s accou by the majority ot 17 Voles. victorious ui. and 7:45. p. m. Your attendance day Aug. llth. Subject for Sunday, Au- modatldns Select parties. Carrollton voted "wet" by a major-it- y solicited. a- - m., "Before Church of 8L The "drys" put up a strong gust 7. at U Suu-rt.i- v flghi. but cold not stem tie tide. Membership." text, Acts 2:38-39- . SAVINGS BANK. POSTAL Cafrollton has' had. high lic'ens for venlna subiecL "The Wrestling A dispatch from Washington says outSeiiato .'Bradley haa recommended to years. The county of Carroll, Match." Bogle Is visiting Lexlng- - the department that following Ken side ot the city of Carrollton, gave Miss Block meW banks be made postal saving majority of 784 tor local option. tnn frlpmld nnd relatives, influenThe Methodist U tha most National Bagby, ot Danville, was deposltJriee- Citizens' Miss Sue NOTICE, tial congregation ot the city. The the guest last week ot Mr. and Mr of nanville' Citizens' National of , Lan i ., . . u Catholic la well represented and the D. S. Carpenter and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. ITnltml Htaies niiuuimi at making Christian scientist have a small con Speed. Those desiring to bid on Owensboro; Louisville National Bank army play concrete wall' at the gregation. The Balvatlon The lady members of the Christian ing Company, of Louisville; State earth fill and Creek the band and hae services on the church evidence much more business State National of Frankfort; Lexing new bridge over Hanging Fork men, S. Murphy's, will find specificastreet every night. ability In church affairs than the ton City National, ot Lexington, and at J. tions at the McKtnney Deposit teank The National Loan and Exchange Thefv are arranging to have a concrete Citizens National of Lebanon. In or at n.y office. J. P. Bailey, Judge L. church Bank Is the highest building. sidewalk laid, in front, ot the w C. C. city, being known as the skyscraper. lot. a much needed improvement. SAVED AT DEATH'S DOOR trans; Ijl4l60.-000,0The capital stock of this bank Show us even a small business The door ot deatn seemed ready to MAKING LIFE 3AFER accomplished In open for Murray W. Ayers. ot Transit There a$e a flunj'be'ri'6'CoTlner auction tho men, have was wonEverywhere life is being made more Bridge. N. Yi. hen his llto bank, here. The raimeto national, tlf'e past year! work oC Dr. King' hogs derfully saved. "I was in a dreadful sate through the constipation, biliousarrange be'ljig one that is beautifully A boy driving a calf and two condition he writes, "my ikln .was New Life Pills In indigestion, liver ed on the Interior. passing up Main street, last week, sold almofrtyellow; eyes sunken; tongue ness, dyspepsia, and bowel tosl Owiclated Worn dally. n 40 troubles, kdney diseases but'sure. aud The 3ate Capital juildlps Is an the hogs to Mr. JoaUh BUhop for ''They're easy, structure, and the grounds are tl ru t jier"the hog's proved to belong pounds, growing weuker md down to disorders. build up the health. 15o at, elegnnt perfectly trouble pulling gay a Sunday afternoon resort for the to Dr. Barker, but the boy who Blte ot doctors. Thou taat ny's Drug Store. Bitters city. But, Irwu his name as" Wltpher, had gone and matchless medicine-Elec- tric yqung people bf. SJlSSa regained ntic-ed"i- n WHY SALVES FAIL rinnoi be Tocated. the picture aniidescrlp.ypn, ,w(e cURE ECZEMA eI1, Wnrren. ihe bright and promising tost andnVJ, 3. of our own new Capitol the t. .it -- ..vmarh. Eubanks, was In jroublgr they're supreme. COo at Pen- we decide the nf Prof. R S. building at Frankfort, Scientists are now agreed that the r eczema germs are lodged not In tjw city last week in the Interest ot Columbia capltol ia surpassed, out ot Mr outer skin or epldermi but n tha Little Iva 8totts. daughter elegant. tho Sothern Hcnooi juurua. skin. Hence a penetratlg liquid Stotts, ot disnnd Mrs. Martin iaiye candidacy of his tatber lor siaie There are no saloons here, the not result of is required ad pores. an outward died Friday as the ot schools. pensary system being used; that of Wrwmjaw4 that clogs the speut, last nlitol wounds accidentally inflicted by to all eczema patients Bdlllng liquor In quantitlea ot no less Tom Hunn. of Columbia, inscription Oil of Wlnergreen a Robert Fergusou her half pint, and thl to not be week here looking after live stock. than one liquid form known as While playing with a re compounded In C. w. u. ot. ....m. place opened In the building. These The Auxiliary to tho " ivy Thursday volver, it was exploded and the D. D. D.D.Prescription, a D. D. Precrlptlon, at ouly r.e strictly closed at 6 p. m. eacn met at the Christian church eyes of this itn-Wtthe 25 cents will Instantly relieve the evening with a good attendance. Mra. charge passed" Just behind evening, UUs had a of the little girl. She nau ueeu have sold and tecommendpd Wishing the Interior Journal all Minnf noblnson. a leader and know of tor 'rW since the first. ot,Jn!y- - The remedycures years Its use. Wo recomnrncrnm. which was .carried kindest regarda to prosperity and with from ...,. i ". vl mend It to our patrons. Shupurs A .. fnoV Diace in mi V -- manuerl all of our KentuJcy friends. out in urr hsm imnnuivn county Tanner, druggUts. John Allen read the Scripture cemetery in Oarrard MR AND MIS. J. T BUTLEU. Mrs.-SamuS.W. ' and Mrs J. K Dauiibman led In prayer. Mrs. Smith Powell on Our Foreigners on the Pacific Coast wa3 very good and Mrs. Allen Burrls, of Colorado Springs, who Is visiting li mother, Mr Jennie Carpenter, gave n helfpul talk on Conditions In the West, which was greatly enjoyed by all. Mrs. Carpenter fold tho dutli of our National and State Ollicers. Miss Helen I locker nuked somo ex ceedingly Interesting questions at Mr. Llpps led the dflll on C. W. II. M. work, niter which they received tl. auxiliary benediction. The annual picnic ot Presbyterian Sunday school was held Tuesday eve Ing at the homo of Miss Black (livens. A most enjoyable evening was the verdict of all who attended. JURY ACQUITS VENDORS OF ON NEAR-BEER DRINKS GROUND THAT MALT MEAD, ETC 13 NOT INTOXICATING; TWO M'KINNEY CASES. irj L Hua-.onvll- l-- Ji W-PJro- ' it e ... , te Ylru-entUv- tta - tog 8S;y ?d Camp-kelsod t6 how-eve- '.n e .ini Mr. wop-derr- - ,.i,nani --- . - , FAOI TWO. INTBRIOn JOURNAL rRIDAT, JULY 22, 1910. s THE GREAT DANVILLE FAIR, m m finoost 3, 4 and 5, 1910. fc$O0&&iK50OaOOO&OO $&$$$&&$$&$$&$CK$$$0$&$& THE iNTERIORjOURNAL EaUMlibed EVHRY TUESDAT 1 HALL and poultry departments have been placed back ns of old nt The Danville Fair. Unlimited seating capacity. Plenty of shelter and shade. Attract Ions of every description. Kcduced rates on nil rnilroads. Pony rnces, mule races, saddle stakes, Etc. A hearty hnnd-slink- c and n welcome awaits everyone. For further information, write, npHE FLORAL I. M. DUNN, Sec'y DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. ft ft ft ft ft ft ft 0 fir 0 $$$0$ $$$$ ft THE TE8T OF MERIT Stanford People IflQ &$&$$ ftft ft $$ ft t. 1872. re Given ConvlneProof. - AND FRIDAY At Fer Year In Advance. 8AUFLEY HELTON Publlshtr SUb-ttri- Botcred at the Poet Office at Ky., as Second Class salL , The Lexington Leader and other Republican papers are claiming that Taft made good during the closing days of the congressional session. But 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 responsibility rested on the average citizen than Tna country has O never faced problems more perplexing The fundamental question to be A WRETCHED MISTAKE. determined, was whether, this govern to endure the itching, painful dletress ment is administered for the average of piles. There's no need to. Listen: man or for the benefit of epellal privi- "I suffered much from piles,' wvltes leges " Will A. Marsh, of Slier City, N. C, "The gigantic monopolises of this "till I got a box of Bucklen's Arnica day, have representatives In the balls, Salve nd was soon cured " Burns, of Congress whose sole purpose Is to bolls, ulcers, fever sores, edema, cuts protect their Interests and to keep chapped hands, chilblains vaulsh beopen the opportunity they now have fore It. 25c at Penny's Drug Store. to plunder the American public. This was forcibly demonstrated In the tar- HOW TO CURE ECZEMA, PIMPLES iff fight a year ago. AND DANDRTjFK. "The republican party In its national conference declared for a revision We desire to say that when we took of the tariff, maintaining the principle the agenc for Zemo we were convincof protection, and further stated that ed that it was a valuable remedy for Eczema, pimples duties should be based upon the dif- we must frankly and dandruff. Yet, admit that Zemo has ference in the coet of production at far exceeded our expectations as a iiome and abroad plus a reasonable treatment for skin diseases. We are plcsed to state that we shall conprofit to the home manufacturer." tinue the agency as Zemo has clven "Upon that platform the' party won splendid results wherever recommends the fight, I believe that ed. Our customers like Zemo, too, of the republicans throughout the because It is a clean vegetable liquid land expected .the pledge to be carried for external use. Zemo effects its cures by drawing to out in good faith. This I believe would the surface of the skin and destroying been done had it not beer, for the germ life that causes the disease, hae , ,tne perfidy and Eelilshness of certain leaving the skin clear and healthy, does not soil the clothing or linen .designing legislators who were more and can be used freely on desirousof favoring special Inerestv With every purchase, we give infants. a bookdiseases explaining thflnf promoting the welfare of the let on Rkin how any person can in simbe cur"Under the leadership of these wen ple words ed at home of any form of or Jostenfkqf. revising the tariff, as was lemedy G. L. Penny, pruggist. skin ,t . promised, duties were fixed not with scalp dlseaso by this clean, scientific a view of protecting legitimate Ameri- i 1 J&,saaacee mcrr.f cmfw cniiyqg can industries or of securing revenue for government, but for the purpose or promoting financial interestb of certain Individuals or concerns. Foster-Milburn Reme-mbernine-tenth- Dawson Harnett, Rowland Street, Stanford, Ky., says. " Some time seo 1 had a severe fan and thjs, together1 with the Jarring to which I .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 Kidney Pills to be good for Doans' such complaints, I procured n box at Shugars & Tanner's Drug Store. Before I had finished the contents, I was entirely cured and I have had no kidney trouble since." For sale by all dealers. Price t0 cents. Co., Buffalo, N. Y., sole agents for the United States t he name Doan's and , take no other. mw TSA-xtmamr- I I BBsmRdli 'l J I I ftftftftftftftftftC&ftft Young Andlliiie Mens W. H. HIGG1NS, iHL v . llllr ribwi a sasaaBBBBBBBBH.1 bvsibbL. ibbbbbbbbbbbbbbhsibw-bib- h aaH rCIICE .... TO LINCOLN iuii r n sc n ij i iimih .OF -.. COUNTY NATION-ABANK. uilu ub bu lav hi t Dirai bk. v .iwniainuiu,,-iB.BLKJi- T ar m At a meeting of the directors of this bank, at its banking house In Stanford, Ky., on June IS, 1910.lt was resolved that a meeting of the share holders be called to meet on Tuesday; I uiy 2C, 1S10, at Its banking office In Stanford, Ky.,to vote on tbe proixv sltlon to amend the articles of association of this bank as follows. First To Increase capital tollOO,-00and to authorize the directors to WHAT A SHOCK IT WOULD BE set price of new stock. Second To to come home and And the firemen in increase the number of directors to W. M. Bright, Cashier. possession. Yet It has happened to fllltcen. others and may happen to you. And even if It never does, don't 'ycii think you would ieel safr If you had your home Insured? Ask your wife how she feels about it She'll tell you to have us Issue you a policy today. She WALK Are to-d- ay -- OVER -- SHOES J. C. McClary, Is wise. the most extensively advertised footwear in the world. A pret ty big statement, but it is true. Manufactured in every leather used in foot wear and in almost every style conceivable at $3.50, $4, $4.50 and $5 the pair. We believe them to be the best wearing and best looking man's shoe made to-da- y. Pennington, Stanford, Ky.. Phone 200 & Fish YOU CAN BUY Undertaker "fflae "Sore Cure" May Organize League HARRODSBURG FANS ASK STAN FORD TO GET IN GAME The fans of Harrodsburg are try lng to organize the Central Kentucky Amateur Base Ball League, which was proposed some months ago at the be ginning of the ball season. They propose to have it made of our four teams representing Harrodsburg, Huston-villLancaster and Stanford, two gcmes a week to be playtd by each club, one at home and one abroad. e, "I would like to guide sufferinc women to a sure cure for female troubles," writes Mrs. R. E. Mercer, of Frozen Camp, W. Va. 'I have found no medicine equal lo 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 Cardui and now I never have tne headache any more." and Your coal cheaper STANFORD, Phone, Home fbonett. 0SO0O 0 right now than any J. L.Beazley time in the year. Embalmer KYI6T, H. J. McROBERTS. &O& Let us fill your bins with our FOX RIDGE COAL at 13 cts per bushel. Clean Coal; No Slack. &Co7(aZXPXZtevX! HVRiftii G . L. Penny 900000 It. H. OOOOO 0O0000$OOE. R. Coleman - Coffey Ice Cream Soda Water w Messrs. W. L. Voorhles, D. Lee Cur rey, J. Hal Grimes and Ben yasey Al. I ln, of Harrodsburg, made a "round of the tbree other tonns desired in the1 ' league, this week and talked with I some of the fans. It is probably that, a meeting of representaives of the four towns will be held at DanvUle In a few days to talk over prospects. Here, they were told that whilo the ball team bad disbanded when school was out, a team could probably be gotten together if the league was or ganized. It Is to be undersold and agreed that each town in the league Hhall use no player but a. bona fide resident of the town and no salaried iCARDUl Tho Woman's Tonfe many women suffer every month are unnecessary. ii a urn suic lu irusi lO strong drugs, right at the time of the pains. Belter to take Cardui for a while, before and afier, to strengthen the system and cure the cause. This is the sensible, the scientific, the right way. Try it Undertakers and Embalm Also Dealers in Furniture, Mattings.Rugs. They will exchange Furniture for oil Kinds of Stock. Give Them a Call. Prices Right exs. FUates Grape Juice And a Large List of Genuine Thirst Quenchers At PENNY'S DRUG STORE, EJ W. A. Btanford, Kentucky. Phone 11. J. H. Baughman & Co. STANFORD. - KENTUCKY 4 CUT FLOWERS FOB SALE! I tanrurnlib the public with tbe twit, at well a the f rraheet of cut flowen, plant, of an uoa, Diuoi, poiioa nowen, on icon notice. JUeo make a (peclalty ot wreath, for for fawn! pivpo.ei. Io connection with the abore, 1 hare all klndi of vegetables on band at reasonable price. CHIUBTtf AN OltEKN 110DBM. Kl IluaHAHV, Vsom. BUBfent, Ky. The pains from which Spring & Summer Stock. Tbenyoor clothe., wbetbsralow pnea bu.ineH ami or tne nne.t evening eioini',-wi- ii nave mat individuality and nt which plainly iBdleate tbey were made to yoorCmeaiore. I will alto take your mea ore for eitra treaeert. fancy ve.te, top ooain anu. overscan, opnng ana nummei ample, on band ready for your Inspection H.O. RUPLKY.Toe Tailor. colors. Htanlord, Ky. players from outside shall be ed. O employ- HaTerour mes.ore taken by a tailor of BBEBBBSBSBBHBBBEEEER Furniture and Undertaking. Day Phone 28. Night Phone 133. ITCHING ECZEMA WASHED AWAY Is lo worth 25 cunts to you to stop that awful, agonizing itch? Surely you will spend 25 cents on your drugNew Llverw. gist's recommendation, to cool and Depot Street, heal and soothe that terrible Itching eruption? By arrangement with tho Phone 06, D. D. D. labraories of Chicago we are TAN FORD, KENTUCKY. of a able to make a special offer bottle of their oil of wintergreen compound known as D. D. D. prescription. Call or write or telephone to I hate for tales lay mare We absolutely eld and weigh, j.loo poqnde.Mule. Shugars & Tanner. Bound and know that the Itch U stopped at oneu ...-- . u iuii nave been by D, D. D. prescription and the cures driving -- ..., -- " ker, HbeUeoundandUa fair tad. M sewn Iq be permanent. dUv VWAHlWN.MwWnvlllT B.O. CARTER, Stock"FoFSale!"" ARTISTIC shades in our ready nixed For durablity and uniform high quality they are unequidled. Talk all you like about good,, paints. Then do a little actual painting witli q small sample from our stock and watch results. You'll satisfy yourself that you can buy no better apaint for the money anywhere. Le our paint talk. TRiBBLE, When Hungry GOTO CONCRETING We are in poaltlon to do all kind, of concreting, incb a. Iilock Work, i'avementt and, lo fact, we can make any thing from a hou.e down to a fenoe poet. Wv can terve yon promptly and guarantee nr.t-cla.work and material. Call and get our price, before you bay your material at least. a Stanford, KanturHy, Harry Jacobs, Dealer lu and Manufacturer of J. I A ALLEN, StMfenl, Ky. PHILLIPS BROS., Btdkii, Ky. KLuy,Kjr. Markers and Yitxt, Cemetery abd Lawn ka. Me. Vaaeeaud Betteea. OMce and Marble and Granite Monu Vnenta, Caraon's lleataurant Lancaster, BUM Htanford.K. Meala served at ail hours up to ll:aO. u. lle.t place lu wujfor a good qnlck 1 meal, Cooking to suit oar customers oor specialty. Hplendld new Hue ot fancy Groceries. liot CoOee, Handwlcbes, plet.vUutt.r milk ' and sweet milk, etc., at all timeaT ' tt. A. CARSON, Pr,.. I WafvA'f :j. ITi'i &4fr?Z? &!& VV w4rV" f-,- . s.izu-- m'm)aa& ?x FRIDAY, JULY 2:, ll. r TUB 1NTKR10R JOURNAL ffae-ese- ss mi i ki"'ii tm PAQB IHRCia I) J DONT FORGET THE GREAT 3 tt.viau-- l. 1 LANCASTER FAIR NEXT WEEK Wednesday, Thursday And Friday, July 27th, 28th And 29th. Everybody In Lincoln County Is Going And The Rings Will All Be Rich And Hotly Contested. Next week. Don't forget. FOR SALE! .. : ! PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS CARDS.: """ . Good, dry oak lumber suitable for tv. Hepreslhtlng TIIK Mutual Benefit Life Insurance The lending antuml d hid end R.M. NEW LAND - " Co Com-imn- MS u- s- Free Dyspepsia f ..Vut. barn boxing. Lumber piled at McKin- - Us distinction Is due to adherence to thu of surcesshe management principle of mutuant)'. W. W. BURGIN. DKNTIST. Office at Residence. CRAB ORCHARD, KY. DR. T. W PENNINGTON, vm BrOmvs ? SVVVM XMWPflm Sample Suderers from indigestion are waking up to the fact that peppermint lozenges, charcoal and "dyspepsia cures" arc only makeshifts in the cure of so troublesome a complaint as chronic Indigestion What Is required Is something that will not only relieve but which JT:i .') - " - r"- - ney and Moreland, Ky.. at which points we are closing our operations. Eorpricesand terms write or 'phone Mr. W. T. Earles, Hustonville, Agent, Hours JSS -- J LC 1 -- !v3C "Trf" imi will tone and train tho digestive apparatus to again do Its work normally, and this these simple remedies cannot do. There Is something more to the curi of Indigestion than sweetening the breath, and yet a remedy that only contains digestive Ingredients will not euro 8:30-1- 2 Dentist A. M and 1 Duhlmeier Brothers, Cincinnati, 0. Double Your Profits by Using an ollice Myers House Fiat. to 4:30 P M. Stanford, Ky. ymlnir wtmis CHAPTKIl I.- -A ashore on a lonsly Island, finds a aoll. tary Inhabitant, a young whit man, dressed like a savage, and not abl ts speak to any known language. tti Office over H J. RcRoberts' store. Stanford, Ky. fe DR. W. N. CRAIG. and Optician Oculist CHAPTER Il.-- Sh decides to educate She rinds him In an attitude of prayer, babbling an Incoherent Jargon. him. IH.-S- he CHAPTER. finds a human skelstnn and the skeleton of a dor. She finds a Ulble and a silver box bearing1 the name of John Revell Charnock, wth a date S yean bafor her landing. INDIANA SILO. Www J. P. CHANDLER, Auctioneer. CHAPTER IV. She concludes that her I will conduct any kind of sales in companion Is an American and that he was cast ashore on the Island when a Lincoln and surrounding counties. If child. Near the skeletons she finds two you want good prices for your land woman's rings and a dog collar. or stock, see mo. Stanford, H.D.No 1 CHAPTER; V.-of the rings bears an Inscription "J. It. C. to IX. P. T. Sept. One any man who uses one. 51 per cent, of the food value of com M. H. JOHNSON. Auctioneer. contained in the shucks, cob. leaves and stalk, 16 per cent in the I will conduct sales in this and surled by cutting and shocking therefore corn hand-i- n grain, cent, by putting in the SILO rounding counties. Satisfaction guarthe field loses 51 per Stanford, R.D.No 1. saved by. feeding through the anteed 0 per cent, total food value per cent. SILO is 95 half of your feed and have PRESSED STANDING SEAM GALWhy continue to waste INDIANA SILO is within the When the VANIZED ROOFING. poor stock? $185 SILO holds antecd. reach of all and fully guar Large uantltltts Carried In Stocc feeds 28 cattle six months. nine acres of corn and ensilage and EADS' TIN SHOP, Stanford. Also agent for the most and corn elevator Prions lis. ments, Cutters, Practical : : and loader. Ask 19. ISO." te equip-convey- or R. E. GAINES STANFORD. KENTUCKY AGENT FIRST NATIONAL BANK, ORGANIZED IN 1852. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. SURPLUS EARNED, $20,000. HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety We Solicit Your Account. Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers. OFFICERS. I. S. Hocker, President;. S. T.lHarrls. t. ssmsAV. W. H. C, Daughman, Cashier. Saunders, Ind. Bookkeeper J It. Harris, Bookkeeper DIRECTOR!. I. H. Baughman, J. M. Pettui, H. C. Baushman, J. F Cummins. no. C. Robinson, S. T. Harris. . S. Hocker. E. C. Walton, W. II Murphy F. Reid, M D Etmore. m Lv ' Cincoln County national Bank Of Stanford, Kentucky. $ 50.000.00 $ 50.000.00 $340,000.00 W. M. BRIGHT. CASHIER, R CHAPTER VI Katharine Drenton was a highly specialised product of one ot the greatest universities. Her writings on the sex problem had attracted wide attention. Tbe son ot a with her, and she ac eedes to his proposition to put her theories In practice. With no other cerep mony than a they go away together. A few days on his yacht reveals to her that the man only professed lofty Ideals to poeaeaa her. force! but bow long these would be operative In restraint she could not toll. She fancied not for long. What should she do then? 8he saw the end coming when In his sneer' he resorted to drink, to drink For boasr. carrier" and strtt painting decorative paper hanging also buggy trimming which exploded the Isat vestige of his of alt kinds mcti as tops recoverc-- curtains and boot, mails. MtopoverAidrldge's black philosophy, however he bad professed smith shop West Main HI.. Hlanford Ky., It. She was frightened beyond meas'I'aoneNo.SI;. ure when she realised the depths to J J. BKLDEN. which be had sbnk and- to which. In spite of herself, he hod dragged her. Bring Your Produce To Us. What further descent was before her? She did not even yet abandon that philosophy which bad served her so 111. She clung to that with the more We hsre opened a produce house oa stmt and wdl pajr die highest mutet tenacious pride because of Its very weakness, but she loathed mankind. price (or all kinds ol country produce. Bring us On that yacht he summed up for her tout ituo. the whole human race, and she hated M. O. BASTIN & CO Stanford, Ky. him and It. To what sorry pass bad a few weeks' practical experience re, duced hert ! She had begged and pleaded with htm to alter the yacht's course, but Bring your Ulacksmithlng and general he had sworn he would go farther repair work to me. Horse sboelng We. Hatlsfactlon guaranteed, shop opposite south Into those unknown seas and Phillips' concrete store. keep her there untnshe crawled to JA.MKH URAOKKTT, his feet. So the long hours dragged Htanford, Ky. on. The Inevitable rupture draw nearer. At last It came. In Its details it was horrible, but there was In It a great relief after alt. No. Il.Houtb, 11:F. X. No. SI, HOUth, 10113 A M. No.4, North, :W A. u. CHAPTER VII. No.. North, 6:t r. u. v becomee-lnfatuatehand-clas- t J. J. BELDEN, -- Som-en- et BLACKSMTHING L&N. TITCETHBLE JOS. 8. RICE, Agont. No.n, 10:MA. m. No.SS,ls0r. m. CAPITAL SURPLUS RESOURCES iV SHANK8, PRESIDENT" PAXTON.V.CE-PRgSJp4rpTENTE- MeSTER, ASST. CAUH OIRBOTORSl W. O. Walker, 8UuforJ; S. H. Shauks, Stanford; Goo. W. Carter,8Un(ord John B. Foster, Stanford; W. H. 8hanke, Stanford; T. C. Ran- kin, Lancaster; J. 11. Paxton, Stanford; V. H. Traylor, Gilberts Creek; R. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. II. Cummins, Preacbersville; Lilburn Goocb, Gilbert Creek. HAYS FOSTER. CLERK. RURAL TELEPHONES. Make your borne as modem for your family as a ice, MR. FARMER: residence, and place yourself in a twsition to get the latost market quotations telephone service at auy time. This can be accomplished by means of oursmall compared with which you and your ueighbora can get for a sum that is the beucfiU received. Call or address our nearest oib'ee or write direct to icadquarters, Nashville, Teun., for information regarding our special "Far-meLino" rate. If you are not at present eujoyiug telephone service, we can immediately interest you. Our Hues cover the States of Kentucky, Mississippi, Louisiana and tho Southern jwrtion of Iudiana and illnoUT EAST TENNESSEE TEL. & TEL. CO. n' ;. (jnoour-osATK- 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. Lincoln Lodge No.su. K. A A. M. "will meet Instated communication on each first and He had risen during the meal and with 7: JO a coarse third Monday nights 01 each month, at endearment had attempted o'clock In their ball ou main strreet, Htanto lay hands upon her at last! She ford, Ky. Members of sister lodges are fraternally Invited to be present. T. W. t'en had broken away and darted Into the . nlniaou Heo. nearest cabin, which happened to be hts own. She bad closed the door and SOME KENTUCKY FAIR DATES turned the key against him before he realised what she was about. She stood Within the little room, panting, Lancaster, July 273 days. enraged, fearful, yet ready to defend Versailles, Aug. days. Danville, Aug. her all and almost glad the crisis had days. Lexington, Aug. 8- -6 Jays. arrived. She could bear bis drunken Tayloraville, Aug. 9 4 days. laugh outside the door. 9- -4 Harrodsburg, Aug. days. "Why. you little fool!" he cried, "do Brodhead, Aug. 173 days. you think I can't break that lock down August 17, 18 and 19 have been In a moment! The ship's mine, every as the dates for thu Porryvlllo tuna on It's mine. I pay 'em. They lair, do my bidding. I have you where I want you and I can have you when I Sheibyvllle, Aug. 23- -4 days. please, now or later," London, Aug. 234 days. Was It truer Could she appeal to the Nicbolasvllle, Aug. 303 days. menT Hut what could she say? AlUarbourville, Aug. 31- -3 days. though the world knew there was no Monticello, Sept. 6,- -3 days. blading tie between them, to the offGlasgow, Sept. 234 days. icers and men of the yacht she was his State Fair, Louisville, Sept. 12 f. wife. They would not Interfere. And days. If she declared the truth, she would put herself beyond the pate ot their syanpathleSv Doing merely stupid men, MASON'S MEET. 34 33 tro- pnexy, id that event they u fluid bd less apt to Interfere than ever. It wds true she fcoufd do nothing. She sank d6wn on a hassock, clenching her hands'. As she sat, her eyes fell on a chest ot drawers' screwed against the bulkhead. Tho top contained various tollot articles ot stiver. Among them was a picture, tho 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 written In a scrawly unformed hand, "Your devoted wife." There was a date several years before that hour. Your devoted wife! She had been In that stateroom before; she bad never seen that picture. He had only brought It out since the rupture between them. And so while entering Into this relationship with her. In compliance with principles and Ideas which she at least regarded as sacred and holy, he had not been a free man! There was another woman to whom he had been bound. Ob, 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 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 was added hatred. The combination transformed her. Instead ot avoiding, she would seek him. He was still In the cabin. She could hear him muttering thickly to himself. Impulsively she stepped to the door, turned the key In the lock, threw It open and entered the brilliantly lighted luxurious cabin. He had dismissed the attendants some time since with orders not to reappear unless he summoned them, and they were alone. There was no likelihood ot any Interruption whatsoever. The man. who was leaning back In bis 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 bad hitherto deemed worthy of her affection, but she had eyes and thought for nothing except the business In hand. "So you've come out, have you?" he stammered triumphantly. "Come ot your own free will! You've found out, have you, that I am master and you are coming to heel?" He whistled to her derisively, whistled 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 silver frame up before him. That's my wife," he said equably, with no surprise or consternation. "We haven't lived together tor some years," he went on with drunken good nature, "or I'd take you back to San Francisco and Introduce you to her " "Your wife!" exclaimed the woman In that same low, tense voice. "Then what am "My mistress," said the man, bluntly, throwing the last shred ot concealment 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 lips. "My Oodt My God!" she whispered. "You haven't any," sneered the man. "You told me so yourself." He laughed. "And I believed you. I would have believed anything to get you." Well, there was no God the woman realised, but she would be her own god. Her body shrank together a little, her hands clenched. The feline was uppermost. She could have sprung upon hiss, but she waited, wsitta for .. -- . lb tmtsr not wkaU these re- ociirr man uri wuannue let iiatAee vt re JitaAai .. w isi Ar at triimr Dr. Caldwell's SyrUp Pepsin IS a 10X07 Dienuinr or nati.o lumc. u etieuuuo the cure of conural Ingredients for stipation. Indigestion, liver trouble, souf stomach, sick headache and similar complaints. Its Ingredients will so strengthen and tone the stomach and bowel muscle that they will again do their work nar urally. and when that has been accom- . . ... n1lhr4 Vn.tr tMiikl. tm Stuart, Staunton. Va., was a e sufferer, as was O. Tuck. Blackburn. Mo., and they both found their cure wlSk ..in, Ikl Utta u SKI .iney oecame conmi? iciueur. vinced that pills and tablets, salts, "dyspepsia cures." etc., were at best onlr temporary reliefs. They first accepted Dr. Caldwell's offer of a free sample bottle, which he willingly sends to snyona who forwards name and address. Later, having convinced themselves through the li ooor bowel cJamMIon, quires a sclentlfld laxdiive, of, fro i refnedy . 4uiifuaii that catriblrtcS thl r&i ft,we know .. long-tim- of their druggist at fifty cents and oao dollar a bottle. Dr. Caldwell personally will be pleased to give you any medical advice you may the stomach, liver or bowels absolutely , vuiii. explain yourcase in a ..w-- i letter and he will reply to you In detail. For the tree sample simply send your u&.i uu buuihi oa a postal card or otherwise. For either request the doctor's address la Dr. W. B. CaldwelL R.500 Cald. wall building. Monticello. 111. fre e.imnle fhv tvitn-- ht aw-.- ... tu A GOOD JOB FOR PLUMBING is our best advertisement. That In why we attend to eery order as If wo expect to get the work ot the wholo city by It. The only part of tho plumbing we don't do well Is making Wo lnanabl) maku out of bills them too small, so some people say ltut they satisfy us and will you to when you come to pay them. W. K. WARNER, Phone 188. Stanford, Ky. EXCURSION $U2 CINCINNATI AND RETURN If StJE)AY JULY 31 SPECIAL TRAIN Lv. Mm City 5:56 A. M. MK TICalT aCtNT HI AITI6UUII .. TAOn FOU. i Tlia USE ARNOLD BUQQIES. USE ARNOLD BUQQIES. INTBR10R JOURNAL. FRIDAY, JULT 32, 1910. USE ARNOLD BUQQIES. USE ARNOLD BUQQIES. USE ARNOLD BUQQIES. USE ARNOLD BUQQIES. ) . i USE ARNOLD BUGGIES i. I There's Nothing Better. Built to Order. Compare Our Prices With Others. We Solicit Your Trade. I I. C rn (A "0 C rn r o o c o 2 O 2 O ci r o o Fi iyn9fflUHi JHtfLlRfCy sBHflaZiW jj. ,- 1bWvRbVbBIRbbVbbHB9 ' '.dVk SBBMuBBBBKBPHlMf' 58l ."4Kas1D2BswHln'7! U' BbbbbbbbbbbBbhbHt ' ' bbbbbbbbHti " iJTTVHBBBBBU fllBflHBBBlBBBHN 'HbSbIbIbbbbbH SBBBBBBBBBBl sbhSebbbbbB a to rn c a n DbbBSbbbbbbbbIbbbSbb bXJM'bqHbbbbbbbVbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbhB jtT- " A NEW AXLE. Before you place that order for the next buggy, stop and think of AXLES. Think of SHELDON'S Ton Don axles, made with a case hardened spindle with brass lined boxing that never wears out. Guaranteed to wear out any buggy and stay tight. It wears and wears and wears. The first axle worth speaking about above a whisper. YOUR CHANCE. Special for 3J days. Beginning with this issue, a $12 job of painting and 8 Firestone rubber 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 get them by fair time.Also have rubber tires at $12 and$14 Compare our prices with others. Best round edge steel tire, 8 Gauteer, the best steel tire on the market, $3.50. Buggy curtains put on at $10. 7-7-- wwBbzEESSk Buggy curtains made to your order of best 28 ounce rubber; green back at $'--'; made of 3'--' oz rubber, A new buggy top made of 3- - oz rubber, including joints, bows and linings, complete, $1- -. New top with old joints and boes, $l' New top with old lining, 88. Write us for all kinds of carriage repairing, trimming, and painting. If you can not decide how you would like to have your job painted, here are a tew good colors that are popular: Black with broad line blue; red with broad line black, edged with gold; blue, striped with fine line. saioono qionuv 3sn Wndm the god's destrtfy," ran the .ntfeat phrai.. "ther drat make mad." Ho ruined to hla doom with blind Tbu needn't be Jealous of her, my he mumbled on. "I used to Mint- - r loved her and we were mar-tindamned foolishness, as you might ssjt. gfie can't hold a candle to you. U you are a little touched," he tapped a fa. forehead Impudently "In the upper story." And this man, this degraded thing, neg&nted her aa a mad woman. There wifgnt be no God, but there was a devil Be stood before her, There might 5 no heaven, but Ihera was s hell uxl so- was In It "On second thoughts," be rambled cmw "I couldn't Introduce you to her. "Stair aren't respectable and she Is." He stopped and poured himself another drink. -Respectable!" he laughed. "To hell wlUi respectability. We know a better talog that that! tfioul to soul, heart t heart, the union of equals without bonds tfc trammels of conventional tar weaker beings.' Yes. that's what Too said." And" she recognized with horror that 4 was quoting her own words. -It's Tfut It doesn't go, you see. all very well in thoory, but it doesn't wart out In practice. The world's nut some Ideas of Its own. It's been Bailing 'em for a good many thousands of years and you can't change 'eg. Tou belong to me now. To hell 1th your equality I You are nothing sere nor less than my property, and awrk you," be reached out a trem-M&finger and shook It at her, "your atraUon Is with me. If I cast you off, yt go into the gutter." Sbe wondered vaguely bow much ere of this she could stand and live. "But don't be afraid," he went on saioana aioNuv asn saioona qionuv 3sn even want the dinner things cleared away He wanted to be left entirely The servant alone until morning. smiled slightly, she thought in the light from the cabin skylight She noticed that It was a moonless night cloudy, overcast for she could see no stars. She knew what that smile 83ioona qionuv 3sn ounaie in ner nandi and with the boat cloak over her arm and a straw hat Ued on her bead, after one long look at the man, she turned and went aft the starboard after and stateroom, her own. The boat's 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 utmost Indeed, she seemed possessed of a fictitious strength for the time acshe never could ba bs!25 complished ber hard task. But she mnrfid to net the boat practically under the cabin at last She fastened ui tne painter lo ner oea, wuicu brass and securely screwed to the floor. Then she cut off the line and Ued the bundle of provisions and her bag and cloak to the end of It. These down Into the boat sho dropped Among the petty articles was a sharp sailor's sheath knife fastened to a lanyard. She slipped this lanyard Into ber blouse. Then she climbed up on the port sill and essayed the dangerous descent herself. 8bV was glad that she was a strong, athletic woman, used to trusting to ber own skill and powers, for It was no easy task to slide down that rope and get Into a hnt trnlllnir alone 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 ber weight would bave pressed It down and the back wash from the yacht the would perhaps have swamped launch. At any rate, she succeeded, although arter she got her foot In the bows she slipped and fell, nut that sho fell straight aft upon tho cloak and bundles she would bave hurt herself severely, If she bad not fallen that way, It sho bad pitched to the right or the loft she would have gono overboard and that would bave 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 ber fall might bave attracted the attention of some one on the deck, but the poop of the yacht was usually deserted at night and It was aS3ioona qionuv 3sn 9310000 QIONUV 380 warning. arftn ier" t; rf uj "That's right" he continued as he lurched nearer to her. "Stay light there. I'm coming to you aa fast as I can and when I get close to you, we'll kiss, and" He was by her side now. He straightened himself up with a spasmodic effort released bis hold on the table and stretched out bis arms toward her. And then she sprang at him. How she did It she could never tell, but In some way ber outstretched arms, grasping for his throat struck him In the breast Unsteady on his feet he went down aa if he had been shot Such was tb tluUncs of his fi!! that the momentum carried her with him. She fell upon him with all her force. His bead went back and struck the deck with a frightful crash. She hersolt was almost stunned by the violence of her own fall, although his g with a drunken attempt at reassur-wee- , -you are too fine and too hand-etscvon If you are cracked, for tat yet. I m glad to see you ve come to your senses." He rose hsavlly as he spoke aad IMl his way around the table hand over hand. He approached ber. Sbo ( him do It She shrank a IttUa aiMer together, .very muscle tense for axtfoa. She was no longer a woman; y was a human tigress and ber was gone. He was too drunk . to see It, trtn Igaanacltat" - body broke It She arose and stood over htm for a minute and then she lifted her foot 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 maahed As it bis face beyond recognition. was, she left horrible marks upon It Sbo He lay absolutely motionless. could see that he was still breathing and was not dead. If she had had a weapon she might have killed blm In the fury and transport of her rage. This wretched philosopher! As no resistance came from him, she presently stopped, the feminine in ber slowly rising to the foro She realized now that" the Irrevocable bad happened; that there was na longer room for two of them on that ship. As the mUts of passion cleared away, although the flro of rage still burned In ber heart, her mind cleared also. She thought with such rapidity as she had never thought before. Klrst she picked up a cloak, threw it about her and went on deck. A cabin attendant was standing at the compan-lonwaas was always the case, waiting a possible summons. She told him " Vaster was ill and did not Ho did not ke. disturbed, -- meant; that the man realized what sort of sickness his owner and master was liable to. She bade him tell the officer of the dsck her message and then dismissed him. Then she returned to the cabin and carefully locked the door. She glanced at the man aa she did so. He lay Just aa he had lain before. She bent over him. He as still brentuiug. she acted with was it regret? But she wasted no time over him. Time was the most precious' of all things to her at that moment She bad a clear and definite plan of action. She knew exactly what she Intended to do and how she Intended n An IL 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, substantial boat, 16 feetln length, and built for heavy seas, yet ana capanie or powerfully englned good speed. Dy his direction the tanks bad 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. Sbo would escape In that She knew bow to run the motor and how to steer the boat She had done It many a time. Carrying her heavy boat cloak she ontered 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 sho made It up In a heavy parcel which she tied with napkins. She remembered that the water tank In the launch had been filled, so that for a time at least she would lack nothing. Carrying bag and broad-beamed scratntniug to ner iw, ue (new ber knife and severed the taut rope that held the launch to the yacht It was whirled parted InatanUy 8h backwards and sideways with a suddenness tnat 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 sbe had left For one agonizing moment of suspense she hung there and then the swirl of the wave carried her Into the darkness. (To bo coutlnued.) with her aunt Mrs. Iloldam. Mrs Joe Wblto na of tMm Texas. Jr.. Kllzabeth White, of Oitenhelm. .Mrs T. I). New land and Mtiajitw. Ml. Jennie, of Stanford hate been recent guests of Mrs. K. I'uiiimlns. Mi Alllc Mny Cummins has been tlblllng MUs Tora Anderson, of l. ,, .' '" m Mr K. F. Cummins. e Mr. and Mrs Wearen and J. S lllcc, of Btan(ord, have Miss Delphln Kvwland has gone to Mr Muskogee, Okla., to spond the summer l.een Kuests of Mrs. J. F. Iloldam. ' Crab Orchard. Pruacliersvllle. Dr M. M. Phillips, Messrs. Will UVtren and Homer Wray, of Stanford wlio were here to attend tho n.tvtlng of the K. of P.'s, were guests of Blue Grass Fair LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY AUGUST 8th to 13th 6 Big Days and Nights " 6 $1,000SADSORSE $1,000 tf-0High-Clas- $25,000 IN PREMIUMS Best Hone Sbow ia Anerici. Splendid Display of Every CUm Running aad Harness Races Daily s of Lire Stock. AERO-PLAN- E FLIGHTS DAILY Thaviu's Russian Band of Fifty Herbert A. Kline Carnival Company For Catalogue or further iafortaatioH Address J0UETTSH0USE,Secretary, LEXINGT0N,KY. V, yatany one would beup thejro. snrri":sj-juiB"- rwnggmwrv - FRIDAY, 3WJ.Y 22, 7 ltO. TIIE INTERIOR JOURNAL. PAOE KJVE. We Certainly Have Been Lucky v In pleasing the large number of custo-rwrTpX"- f," nn4- Thrice TT.ivr V.U...V unvt xnvrov, Ahn Mmo nrH the values we are giving ? - coin 3 759S3SiS&TOp mers who came to our store during our ,(' iWI lir lv emit fkv. .& Hll. '1 IBtjJLi ou,;;.wv OHv. shMFJ LI JVr i gfp 'bought. Is there any better evidence of T w't23 ,x - il HK V I kC! 1 m SBBVVi TQtaBMr Iv?r( .EAl.rBiHI 'lili mvmfiUKtf111 taV" jW. s.JV r cfrf f3EL tUho" Did you get your share? If not, there is one more opportunity for you. We will continue many cut prices until SATURDAY, JULY 23. We have some excellent values in Slippers, Shoes, Hose, Underwear, Shirts, Socks,. Lawns. Ducks,, Cottons, Ribbons, Suspenders, etc. SEVERANCE & SON, Tnero li a new lino of 25c bot in...p special yawta m i cum jer, Flore. V Dan-vllle, Stanford, Kentucky. Meeting at Turnersville gin-Ft- a '.!.. J DO Mr and Mra. J. Daughman Miss Mnry II McIIoberts, W Perm) nnd dauhters, Mrs. W V Wednesday In Louisville. wns with frlc.ids here this week. Misses Cooper and Cornle Penny, of Mrs. Walter (luyn, of Paint Lick. Mr. and Mffi. Jim Woods spent Danville, or here this week tho of Mrs. Mary Penny. vlU'd her alster, Mrs. W. B. Fish, Thursday at the Illchniond fair, Mr, Jef.bC Ilout, of Hustonvllle. har tills week. Mr. and Mra. J, II. ltnughman are PERSONALS. Miss Margaret Lewis, of Richmond, mending the day, at tho Richmond accepted a position as clerk i Mr Mack Huffman ii noJournlnK at arrived last night to visit Mra W. If, fair. Mcasr.a Durham & Cecil. He entered lllgglns. Crab Orchard Springs. Mrs. P. M. McHoberta Is spending upon bis duties yesterday afternoon. MU Juliet Ewlnr. of Louisville will J, several days with her father at Ar- Mr. Ilout Is not only a splendid citiMesdamea Kmtnclt McCormack, zen, but a groceryman of large exhi. thn uest of Miss Nancy Ycagcr II. Woods, O. 0. Perry and MUses cadia, Hose and Margaret McCormack, Iiet Aet jwck. ' .Mis Lettle ' May Mclloberts and perience, having been aasoclated wltn Mlti lirtho Taylor will arrive from tie Perry and Margaret and Pauline Mra. II. K. Mclloberts, of Lancaster, Mr. J. G. Weatberford, the Huston-lll- e merchant, for a Lumber of years. Danville tomorrow to be the guest of Mocker went to Klchtuond Thursday were here this week. Miss Alice Ilankln. to attend be fair. Miss Gertrude Wilkinson has return Advocate. Mr. James Menefce and bride arMisses Jennie Warren and Esslo Mlssea Nell and Margaret Warren ed home after a few days' visit to of Miss went to Lancaster Thursday to spend rived In Danville last night from an Hurth arc guests thu wet friends and relatives in Liberty. a week with relatives Linda 0slejr u l.etlnrlnn. The Ladles' Aid Society of the extended tour of the north and west. Mrs. L. C King. Mr. T. C. nan Mr. F. J. Tarn me waa operated o Iiaptlst church, will meet with Miss While away they visited among other kin, of Hubble and Mrs. Judle Hlgglns Tuesday for cancer of the Jaw and la Murle Mahoney on Friday afternoon places, Chicago, Kla&aru Falls and spent some time at the lakes and in and children, of Somerset, were tho getting along aa well as could be ex- at 2:30 o'clock. puests of Mrs. Nannie Lawrence on pected. Mrs David Scott and daughter, Mlsa for Knoxvllle, where Mr. Menefee haa Tuesday. Mr. and Mr. Virgil Lee, of Kllen O'Neal Scott, nre visiting rela- Canada. They will leave In a few days nrc receiving congratula- tives and friends In Paris and Lexing- some special work, returning to DanMr. Hill Spalding, who hai been ville to make their home after Kepi unending two week In Lebanon with tions upon the nrrivnl of a daughter, ton Mr, and Mra. Ilenedlct Bpnuldlnp. has Georgia Jennette Advocate. The mother was Mra. J. W Moore, of Liberty, Is she Is the Mlsa Miry Pennington, of this city. Ki.ne to Hustonvllie, where the gueAt of Mesra. It. II. nnd Ed AThe Current Events Club met with Wilkinson's families Bnest of her father, Dr. Edward 1'osU Short Local News. ttorn and family -L- ouisville llarrods-burp- , Mrs. W. P. Orimes on Thursday and of the Tho Ijidles' Aid Society Leila Cook Bailee, of pretty nfternoon brought ninny Christian church, will meet with Mrs. MUi the la tho guest of her aunt, Mr. members and guesta. Delightful re J. II. Jackson on Next Tuesday alter-noo- n ItnomB for rei.; alto stable. Mrs. l.lla Cook. frenhnients were served and two most nt 2:30 O'clock. B. Cook. Craig Haden, of J arts, Interesting hours apent. MUi Mary Judge Jack MciieJec, of Stanford, with her Powder, gains, tobacco nous ani lee Mra. W. P. Grimes entertained with was In town Saturday. Jack Is making la spending a lew weeka cuokcrs. Geo. H. Farrls' Mra. 1'ermella Drown. grandmother, n lawn party at her pretty suburban the bej.t police Judgo Stanford ever tnttU""' -- ""- homo on Tuesday etenlng In honor had. Danville Messenger. Mr. Hobert Seo the new framed pictures we are FlorOrover M McKechule. of Tampa, of her niece, Miss Martha Jones, of Mr nnd Mrs. It. M. Ulackerby, of giving away at the Country Store. McKechnle a r vl.Ulne Bnolre Kansas City, Mo. Receiving with Louisville, have been the guests of For Sale Charcoal kiln; for terms in.1. I. -- ,,.i.r'. flr.1 MiU Mrs Grimes were Miss Jones and Mr. and Mra. William ..... Bright this see Mrs. Catherine McCIary. iiii laisur. Mlis Peterson, the guest of Mrs. W. week. since he went to Florida In 1908 Dr. J. G. Carpenter will deliver his Mr. nnd Mrs. George H. Karris nnd from A. Trlbble. The lawn was artistically Ton Newland has returned lecture at Highland Mrs. George D. Wcaren Sunday morning children, and at 11 o'cloek. Howling Ureen, where he haa Jwet. dtcorated with Japanese lantera and consisting of are spending a few weeks at Crab Or tl.i g'K'ht of a Wiufco party for the elegant refreshments, Notice. 5 per cent penalty added chard. L. R. past ten daya. He was accompanied Ices and cakes, were served. Borne Mra. W. A- - Yeager, of Mlddlesboro, tcbool tax Aug. 3 1910. couples enjoyed the la the guest of Mra. Julia Hughes. Hughes, Clerk. borne by Mr J. A. Keogh, who la hlr twelve or more hn.niinlltv of thla charming hostess. Mlsa Addle McCIary returned with Log chain lost between here and puest. her. She will teach next term at George Carpenter's gate. Reward for PltUburg, Pa. Information or return to K. T. Mlsa Stella Reed, of Cincinnati, 41-and little MIbs Edna Mae Riggn, of m Charlea Henry, of Mllledgevllle died Winchester, nre visiting their grandStanford. Winchester of consumption last Friday. His wife father at preceded him to tfci. grave by five News.. Mrs. Tom Pence, Mlsa Ella May weeks. Saunders, Miss Dora Pence, Mra. J. F. Union fcervlces will be held at the Cummins, Mies Roberta O'Dannon Presbyterian church Sunday night. & nnd Mra. Gray, from McKlnney, The Rev. J. J. Dickey, will preach. Hi formed a merry party to Mammotl subject being Christian Unity. Cave on Wednesday morning. For Sale Nlce residence on Main Misses Josephine and Lucy Sever-rncattractive children of the Hreet Ju Stunford. Ky,. trie frontage the Kev Joseph Severance) and Mrs. Sev- of lot large enough for another builderance, of Frankfort, aro quests of ing lot All necessary outbuildings. Price Everything In good repair. Mr nnd Mrs. Will Severance , Mlssea Lenn nnd Maty Dec fleck I2.7E0. A bargain-- see L. R. Hughes, Stanford, Ky, bavo been the chnrmlng hostesses ofgiven at their a delightful house-part- Ient BRINGING MANY ERRING ONES w nifmifT will mnlr dwtroj Ibe mm nl mt md etmplttrtr tlw whole tytttm rtif INTO THE FOLD tutting n throufhfrnr muroua urforf the Purft rtlfl thoubt ctm b gml nrrpl on pmcrtu. """ rrpuutle Rev. W. J. Whitehead and Rev W. "or do u In told to .hriltlann. j.J u tanu Urr wUI the tvm tin rnautr ai. them. Cmurrk J. Clarke, the latter an evangelist. me F fromChrnr Haifa. Tckdo, O-Cute. nuaoCwtm J IT Co - eoaulna M and to ukrn Internillr, wtltf aaoa are conducting a very successful pro- Ue blood nd mutotn nirluea of ue J buylur ture r 1M tracted meeting with the Turnersville, rj,.ull?- Hint Ciurrn. cure te nd M ToitMk '"mUt Ohio, be I J. Cbenef r. ."if"" Co. trttlmeaula trw. Christian church. Up to Tuesday Sold br Dnmtotj. Price, lie. twr kattw. night there were 23 additions to the TUe lttU'i fmur run for nullpiuu. church and the attendance at all ser It soothes, refreshes, atrengthess vices Is exceptionally good. and purifies the stomach, bowela and The meeting will close on Sunday kidneys. A tonic that prevents sum right and on Monday night July ;!Sth mer troubles. Such is llolllnter'a at 8 P. M , Mr. Clarke-wll- l deliver his Rocky Mountain Tea. 35c tea or tnb-lelecture on "My Ain Countne." He Is at Shugars fc anner's. T a native of New Zealand and brings an amusing and Instructive) message Leonard Coomers, of Adair county, from this Switzerland of the Southern took his life at his home near Columhemisphere. The lecture will be well bia, by blowing his brains out worth hearing and the charge for ad- mission will be only ?."c for a double with a gun. Domestic troubles nre al-tlokft; 25c single ticket and JOc for' leged to hnve been responsible for his rath act. children. mtr-nir- y, - Bcwarc of Ointments for CaJ ".n ii that Contain Mercury, we. uti dln-tit- y ts Aycr's Hair Vigor Ingredients I Sulphur. Glrctrin. Qirinin. Sodium CMeryd. Capucum. Ste. Alcohol. Walcr. Ferfwnc u Anything injurious here? Anything of merit here? Will it stop falling hair? Will it destroy dandruff? Ask Ask Ask Ask your your your your doctor. doctor. doctor. doctor. " Does not Color the Hair J. C. ATIB OOMriHT. lMNll. Mm. 0OOOiiJ0OOWWOOOOrrOOOO economy Nun-nelle- jars Keep all Vegetables, Fruits, etc., FOREVER. NO TAINT, NO MOLD; Easy to seal, easy to open. The only jar in the world that requires no rubber ring. Order a dozen today. , YOU WORK? Then You Will Need More Clothes. Khaki Pants $1, $1.50 and $2 Shirts 25c, 50c 75c and $1 Flow Shoes At An; Price But our Chrome Shoe Beats Them All. Satisfaction 0 o a o o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 - 0 0 r 0 0 0 0 beautiful country home, near Mclvln-rey- , In honor of Mls?es Margaret I'lbb, Anna Chancellor, Florence Carter, of Stanford, Stella Stephenson, of Tulsa, Okla.; Bessie Clothier, of Somerset; Netla Morford, of Ewlng, and Ituth Tannler, of McKlnney; Mcnrs II. L. Clothier, of Lexington; Grant Metcalf, of Paint Lick; Herman Ganr, of Jamestown. 200,000 Feet of Lumber 1 T f 1 At The Right Prices. have 200000 feet of lumber suitable for tobacco barns and other building purposes at reasonable prices. Call on me or write me for prices and tell me what you want, and I can suit you. WAITER OWENS. Pongo, Ky Shipping Point Mt. Vernon. W. E. PERKINS, I K I L. It. Hughes CRAB ORCHARD, J W. O. Martin 0 0 0 ATTENTION 0 0 Watch This Space For Something of 0 0 0 IMPORTANCE 0 - YOUR - T. W. Humble I BIG CUT IN OXFORDS - DUCK BRAND OVERALLS 0 one fault; they last too long 0 Have O Under- 0 A Suit of Cool 0 You Feel Bet- 0 wear Makes 0 ter After Hard Days' Work 0 We can dress you from head to 0 foot, ready for a days' work for $3. 0 0 0 0 & Cummins 0 M m npij A V- - Suffering W. L. Si'CARTY.Pms. -:- - Humanity I L. R. HUGHES.S. & T E. C. WALTON. Stanford Real Estate Co., Stanford Kentucky. Blocks and Bonds Farms nod Town Property Handled on Cotniniwion. Bold. If you Have Projicrty to Bell or Rent Notify Us. Write for Circular to 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, ents, 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 & CO., Dry Goods, NotionsShoes, STAN FORD. KENTUCKY i Wearen, Ji Is store Is STANFORD, KENTUCKY. the home of Hart, Schaffner & Marx clothes L. R. HUGHES, Secretary, Stanford, Ky. l J &sr r'f ygWM, ' BuniHiPistm ji nwwi' w m 4 jij 1 rAUB six. XHM INTERIOR JOURNAL. ITUDAY, JULY I iii?2SSK3S!f?&4 11 Eureka Portrait Co., Is prepared to FRAME PICTURES at prices lower than the lowest. Several hundred styles of moulding to select from, No old stock, mouldings fresh from our factory. Office in Interim- .Tonrnnl huildind. !tvt4. tt". lULCS C11IU a iAllUUllLa : A.m We collect notes and accounts anywhere ih the United States. charges' unless we collect Also, looKTif tor cjalms'of all kinds. Bank references. Correspondence solicited. fli nuA .L mm J VyUUCILCU. "j"T"-3P- p r m . No LiUkS .- Mf ww c II, in p 3PBBPt i;o, - jmm wmm M r mays COLLECTION agency. Commsncing July 9f EndingAug 1. WOODSON MAY, Mgr.. M. A. JOHNSON, Mgr., Stanford. i Somerset, - - - Kentucky. FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. Owing to the cold, wet Spring we find ourselves HooM()iaoMOHoMoiBOMuoMoHOMoBanaMdMOMOMMaajoaijaoaa 41-ulle., Strayed from tho F Reld place one red )earting steer, weight or about SOU pounds. Howard for return POULTRY BOURBON to Pence Dros. Meier & Huffman, or DttnUlile pur CURE gDlnf (tinned a bunch of tor hogs avcra'nt; the throat of down chlck.n. dettrori the orai "00 pounds each, palng 8 C"nt end laveitht chick'! lift. Ustray heifer came t A (ewdroptla th drtaklnf my place. watarcans and Owner can get same b ttylng for This Range Only L). Stecnbergen, PREVENTS DISEASE l:eep and this ad. J. 'Forth treatment of White Dlarthoaalncblcki Crab Orchard. For Salo. Soveral fine Jersey cow a and Dlackhead and otfltr diicaic a la turkey nnd heifers registered nnd high grade lOUHBOK poultry'cure has ko eqdh and tvso registered bulls, n Shetland ony by Ulue Kye. Pony busgy nnd One 30c bottle makes 1 2 gallon of medicine. lutrness. Lock llox 161 Stanford IB &ii& For Sale By Sugars & Tanner. Lost A white sow pig; weigh beGEO. tween 40 and 50 pounds. James Coop AGAIN RENEWED. er II C Urlglil sold to K. F Spear Valuable Premiums Will Be Given nnd Son, of Part, 2,000 busheU of It you have anything to ell Farm For Individual blue grass seed at 11.55 in the Exhibits For Sale- - 150 bales good timothy buy, 1 uOC barrels corn; on,, good 7 '7aaBaaa-y4fB- v As never before In tho history ot a v our old work mule: oue yearling LINE STOCK fair at Lexington, the Interests of the horse, A. V. Carpenter, Moreland, Ky agricultural community will be cared boar Sra)ed. ttlack Ilerksblre Take tn tor at the big Dlue Grass Fair, the Crop oft left ear; weight 135 to 15b week ot August 8th to 13th. Last pounds. Liberal NunneUey's New Stock Yards year this association offered valuable or Information of reward tor toreturn OP whereabouts 39-He buyaand sel s every day in the premiums for Individual Farm Ex- New land, Crnb Orchard. my place on Kstmy heifer came to , year except Sunday. Bring on blblts, including an array ot different products produced on Individual farms, June 18. Uwner can get same by pay your stock. lieu market in So wide was the Interest In this ex ing for keep and for this ad. It. U. die State with plenty of hlblt and so large the entries that Hubble, Turnersvllle. the class wUl be again renewed and eed and water best covered penb, outside of Louisville or Lexington. Col I. M Dunn, of Danllle, thresh there Is every prospect that It will ed his crop of TO" acriM of wheat at We also do a general hitch and feed business. STANFORD, KY. have a still larger entry list. Thursday H averaged As last year, the Kentucky Expert' Lrantsllle a splendid ! 2 bu. to the acre and was sold tb the ffi ment Station will make hlblt ot products grown on Ita excel fnrker Milling Cnmpiny. of Lauras lent farm (this, however, not enter tir, at $1 03' per bushel ing Into competition with the exhibits Strayed or stOItn flrown l.orse ot farmers ot Central Kentucky), and uiulo about 9 years old An) Inform also' will bring to the fair grounds will be rewarded Jo.) K. Farrls. jamples ot grains and ot various cer- Danville, Ky. ' ' 40-- 3 eals which will prove both entertain' James K. Clay, a decendant of tho tng and Instructive. The Fair Association will give a good deal or mbney "Great Commoner," Henry Clay, and Fruit Jars, Fruit Jar Rings, and Caps. We will make you for the show ot small grains, such at one of the upst prominent breeder a Special Price. heat, oats, bluegrass seed, and there ot running and trotting horses In Ken will also be handsome premiums tot tucky, died at Lexington. Clay walr 81 tne display ot corn To this display and passed awayat his country estate, will be gives over "Murchmount." Bourbon county. of firm product the first floor of Floral Hall. For Sale 150 balea of timothy hay: '''On' the second fltfor the merchant 100 barrels corn, 1 se en year-olit Lexington will make attractive dls work mule; 1 yearling horse mule; plays, wh" on the third floor win be xhtbtW' Targe number of article! young registered Duroo Jersey hour i'nUred" In the"deprtraat bt Women's A W. Carpenter, Morel sad. Ky. Tnv"& e Work arid "IXbfe'.vLttru'rf. firm, about 7 For Sale tire Floral Hall' will be'raore complete mlle from Stanford?;' 100 acres ot fln and more attractive than ever before lHJttom land as good as you can find , "TT "i H artf farmers who have orodiiet In lp Lincoln county. The upland Is blch they take pride houldr address ' TtTS"8 'i-lxs i. :u U', Secretary Jouett Sbouset at Laxlagton, good, 'fhe while farm I well fenced 'i faking for a catalogue of the Dlue and never falling water, there being good cisterns at the door; a qraas, Fair, settln) forth details th, two tenant bouses. relate 'o th Individual Farms room dwelling, aid the premiums offr4 tor two stock barns and new tobacco different grains. barn, "6xJ8; 2 corn crib, granary, leu house1, buggy house, etc. Will sell ACTUAL PHOTOGRAPHS -t . at a bargain In the next CO days. Reproduced In Wonderful Fve-8K- 4 Owner's reason for selling Is bad oatora For luefGaea Fair. health. For further particulars see t L. Mccarty or L. rt Hughe's5. ' Probably the most attractive' papet AGENTS FOR a' falr"a6ciatton li ever put out by fcat which has ben used this jea'r to idveftlse the big BJue Graad Fair, which will be bold at Lexlogtoa the LANCASTER, KY. -week ot August 8 to IS. The paper BUYER OF copyrighted U all made from design by the Blue tfrasa Fair aseoclatton, All Kind of Farm Produce a'nd the views used are Ukea from Stanford Branch T. K. Tudor, M'a'r. pa thes!! ct"l WE1 ARE PAYINQ TODAY FdR: jroSdrfTDTiremVaiL The mosproM-Inen- t Hens, per In 24, t ot these U a large , 11 liic boater, ahowinr a suDerh .type of 2C tne Kentucky saddle horse. One of Turkeys per lb exhibitors In America Is nucks. per lb 8c astride htm, and the position of the Kootrr. per lb horse and the pose ot the rtdex are so Hides per lb 7C e as Feathera natural, so graceful and ao is..0c ,..., ,,..500 jo attract Immediate attention,. Uinaeng. per lb lenow itoqt, per lb 3 YOUR CHANCE For A Fir ONE HOP For 8ale Some nlco Jersey cows Carroll ShatiKs. Huy Doerlug nnd McCormnck mow Ing mnihlne sections at loir's, Huston and have to sell these goods to make room for over-stocke- d FALL GOODS COMING IK BARGAIN rM S24.25. See - - - it H. FARMS. 39-a- t. Business is good now but it is toov late in the season. We have no room for our Fall Goods, as our Spring stock is heavy; so don.'t wait until too late. Come early and get choice This LARGE STOCK consists of Clothing of Best Make, Oxfords, Underwear, Hats, Felt and Straw, Odd Pants, Shirts, Ties, Dry Goods. Such prices never heard of before! At Cost Any Suit, Trunk or Suit-cas-e LAWNS. 20c 15c 10c - 'IaW'5!353 3LaSEKSr 3 37-3- p Fancy Vests. 14c Lawns lie 8c $4 00 Vents 3 50 Vesta 3 19 About Calicoes and other goods always on hand. Fancy Imported Hosiery. 50c Hose and Sox 25,; IKS 3 00 Vest 2 50 Vests 2 OOVeeta 1 50 Vent 1 00 Vesta 273 1 1 2 19 93 19 79 ISA 39c Caps 50c Cap 25e Cap 3 10c " " " 0c lie 19 a?8 L. L. SANDERS, We do not only give you 10 cr cent. off. we put them at and elow cost. Newest and most up- goods you can nnd. to-da- te Neckwear. I 50c 25c Necktie Necktie "19 Men's & Boys' Odd Dress Pants. fci 543 SOD Men's Belts. $1 00 BelU Crab Orchard. Kentucky. 354-acr- mmmMmmmMmmmmmmmmmmmwmmm j;'XU': '.l (- 4 3 3 2 2 50 00 50 00 " " ' " " Felt Hats. 4 48 3 S3 2 93 2 63 2 23 1 93 1 43 50c BelU 25c Belt We have all kinds' of Dress Goods Know gdlBgat Cost. MEN'S FANCY SHIRTS .... , ,, 79 39 19 . i $1.00 w Kx-klb- to Shirt at 50c So'lrt at , Boys' Knickerbockers. Pant 7Jc j?c 1 AUTOMOBILES UOOHata 3 3 2 2 50 09 50 00 1 50 1 00 SUPPLIES AND ACCESSORIES. " " " " " - 3 39 . I 26 2 2 I 00 19B 75 1 99 1 19 $1 50 " M 39 is 50 " 79 G6 " .. 79 Ladies' Gauze Vests. eta. VeaU., 15 10 . Men's Work Pants In Kaki. Her e and Bird s Eye, ring-bon- 19 11 $3 3 Ptl 54 00 . 2 78 Flanders 20 E.M. F.J3Q Haynes to 5tudebak'er $6ooo. !f interested, Fhcne us Bell and we will gladly give you demonstration. Danville Ice & Coal Co. $2000 Baker Electric 2000 to $000 Gmrfbrcf, $4dbo $750 h$25Q H. B. Northcott, 3 250 200 1 1 2 23 1 93 1 Suspenders. 50 25 Vi " " " 43 93 79 ct. Pair ct. Pair ct. PaTr 33 19 11 Straw Hats Of All Kinds. 3 50Hata 3 00 " i '.' 1 Men's UnderwearUnion Suits, ., Garment 25c Underwear Garment $1 50 Union-sui- t 50c Underwear ... I 2 28 263 live-shee- t0-10- .... . -? 12-- 13 . 93 39 19 150 1 00 60 " . 1 78 1 43 1 19 dom. U, best-know- n 7-- Men's AlfWool Suits Brand Made-- Go 00 00 60 00 00 00 20 00 00 "" ,. ... 79 39 Kc life-lik- 'jj&ifcJlflgSAWWl ARTfCliE IF YOU NEVER REGRET THE1 COST OF AN D "- ft , It PROVES SATrPAtriORV $27 25 22 20 18 15 SALT FOH8ALS OR IN 12 jEXCHANQE. FOR HRODUCK. l 10 We"cari-ptBay- ou. Phone 153 0 Suit. The Best Misses oxfords In pumps, tan At' " black, patent and suede. $18 16 15 13 98 93 93 93 11 93 $2.50 " ' ' . , " " . , , 2.00 ' L60 Oxford ... . ".': $193 1.53, 1.29 " " " Suits it . . . 998 Men's Oxfords Patent, Tan and Grey. 098 698 $4 00 Oxfords $3 29 3 93 1 3 50 . , ... , Boys' Suits. $7 50 6 50 aft 2,9 2 5 . .2 . 22a I 93 79 HAN NA'S GREEN ,j i j PAINT c V3aTetillLj ii fH JH HrfAvili& tS 6 4 00 ... . $$ 48 . 4 93 . . 1 I I it without doubt the moat efficient house paint on the market, and is cbcapttl in the tnd in that it will go further and wear longer than other paints. Only the best materials are used, with WHITE LEAD AS THE; PREDOMINANT PIGMENT, tempered with just enough zinc to prevent chalking quickly, as is the case where lead alone is used. is HIPp"'IBvHB"af 1. HiiiiHiBBH v iViii Kia Soft Walkers' Shoes and Oxford 60c shoes 50c oxfords " 250 2 00 " 3 09 350 " a 2 48 : J o Ladies' Oxfords in Tan, Patent and Suede. $3 50 Oxfords . ..163 2 78 .,.!, . ?::: ! 5K .2 160 00 ;; . : . ! ' '. . 47c 39c A 'Come, everybody, and let us prove (o you how low we are prepared to sell our goouV. ''119 g rn""' "" jiWkVu ton salc mr lb JL SANDERS, Crab Orchard,-- and G: B. PRUITT, Moreland, H w . .Xer THE COMFORT OF The SmuoLE litis nil to do with the pleasure of the ride You will find our sad dies as comfortable a an arm chair even after a Hard gallop. And they ace a comfortable for the horse too. While you are lookin at one don't forget we have the latest bridled. and tho best ot bit. SAM ROBINSON msm, ku. wllHLJWlWll"iT. tnzsTzzf-c J. SVi5- C. MivCUUtY, Stantaf, 9 Ky - jstisi sanaessV! V)A