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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1- 1 F THE INTERIOR JOURNAL1 VOLUME XXXVIL HTANFORD LINCOLN COUNT V KENTUCKY Friday July 29th 1910 No 47 KRUEGER HITS THE COUNTY HART I ARBITRATORS ALLOW HIS FULL CLAIM FOR EXTRAS ON NEW COURTHOUSE TAo county of Lincoln camo out the llttlo end of the horn In the arb nation of thu differences between tho Fiscal Court and Contractor P I rue ftcr no to amount due him for con iiletlon of the now court house Tho orbltratlon board by a vote ol 2 to 1 decided practically every point in Krucger8 favor allowing him tho balance of about 1900 ho claimed I1IJ still duo him from tho county thef memben of the arbitration boar were Mr Ed Ryllcr ot ML Vornoi c representing Krueger Attorney P M McRoborts representing tho counf and contractor Looney of Danville r who was selectd by tho fwo ns the third member Looney sided with Kruoger representative throu hou tho only concession that Mr McKot erta was willing to mako being a smal sum for enlargement of tho irookt slack The county officials have about determined to refuso to pay tho addl Zonal sum until forced by legal pro ccedlncs to do so though It Is sal that both parties to tile affair agree to abide finally by tho findings of thea Hoard of Arbitration IS NEW LAW AN EX POST FACTO ACT COURT HOLDS IT IS NOT AFFECT ING CRIMES COMMITTED BEFORE s ENACTMENT Business has been brisk in elrcul court this week So tar but one of fonder has been sent upJohn Me Orninck a negro who was covlctet ct shooting another colored man Jen Adams In a fracas at Morolanc church He was sentenced to serve tno yonr In tlw penitentiary Me was sentenced by the Jury ns tin court held that tho indeterminate sentence law Is not an ex post fact to law nnd there is some doubt as Ui whether It applies to tho trial of cagey where the crime was commuted be- foreI tho act becomes effective Robert Henry was acquitted of Hhooting at Ben Ferrlll at a seventh lay adventest meeting at More land Henry was defended by attor ney Jeff Hill Oble Frauds James Horton and Tames Denham of Kings Mountain were acquitted In their trials on In dictments charging gambling Attor neys Hill and George Florence defended t Three them indictments against Steve r Uenedlct were dismissed In connec I tlon with the shooting affray at More land as It was shown that Benedict was not mixed In It Tho petit Jury Is considering tho case of Chris Hutchison charged with I ubootlng at without wounding John Ollkerson Both are of the Crab Orch ard section Ollkerson Is alleged to have found Hutchison on his premises nt night and was shot at by Hutchl on Amateir Ball League I ORGANIZED AT DANVILLE AND STANFORD IS OUT IN COLD t Stanfords base ball team tiled out soon after the high school team bad f won its 20th straight game and dis banded early In the season and not enough Interest could be aroused to got this city in the Central Kentucky League which was organized in Dan ville last Tuesday Wood VoorhloB ot Harrodsburg was chosen president and A J Adams of Hustonvllle secretary Tho Lcaguo Is composed of Danville Harrodsburg Lancaster and Huston vllle The first game will be played next Tuesday when Harrodsburg will play Lancaster on tho Lancaster grounds Harrodsburg waa repro rented by J Hal Grimes and Clarence Melsburg Lancaster by Arthur Jos eph Hustonvllle by A J Adams Fred Carson Rowland Bishop William Stagg and J C Dunn and Danville was represented by Louis Mnnninl and n number of other enthusiastic All of tho above towns havo their teams organized and in good shape I The schedule for tho coming two weeks Is ns follows Aug 2lIarr9d burg at Lancaster Aug 4 Lancaster at Hustonvllle Mi Aug 5Hiistonvile Harrodsburgr Aug 9 Danjtrllle at HustonvilleI Aug 10 Lancaster at DanvltleI Aug 12Huetonvillo at Lancaster Lancaster Fair OPENING PUT OFF BY RAINBIG CROWDS PRESENT The heavy rainstorm of Wed ncsday caused postponement of the opening of the Lancaster fair until Thursday The entire program was net up one day so that Saturday will bo the last day It rained ngaln Thursday mornln but cleared off before noon and a big crowd was present Lincoln county sent over a big delo Ration of exhibitors as well as tho spectators and many morn will go Friday and Saturday Walker and Wray of this city took reds on Carroll Preston and Sallie Brook Frldc and will make any who beat them go some S John Horton tho restauranter and Harriett Salter tho best cook ln Stan ford are furnishing the dinner at th talr grounds which la proof posltli that the Lancaster fair will have the best meals of any served on the clr cult this season HOW COL MANINCH WAS GOLD BRICKED INTERESTING INCIDENT IN LIFE OF CASEYS GRAND OLD MAN WHO JUST DIED- Iluatonvhlle July 28th The death of Col Howe McAnlnc of Mfddleburg recently has rovlvi the story of his experience with confidence man ten or twelve yoorl ago Several Items have been pub Ilsbed In the dally and local papers pertaining to this but all are much In error The bunco roan laid his plans adroitly and Uucle Howe atep ped gracefully In IU was out on his front steps one morning and was accosted by n trang tr who inquired the way to sent point 1 Tennessee It seems thaL Uncle ftcwe had an uncle living In the region where the traveler wal going and Uncle Howe ask him to visit his undo and on his return to spend the night with him as he had not heard from him for several year In leis than one week the man cam back spent the night and the plot be Kan to thicken He Informed uncl Howe that he was the owner of a gold mine somewhere In the moor tame ot Utah and that he had a spec man In the shape of a gold brick which was in the hands of his part nor Orey all Indian who aaa neor Burgln He claimed to be short In caah and wanted to sell for antliclen funds to further prosecute his opera lions In the mines The next day he and uncle Howi proceeded to Danville and from thereto a thicket on a farm near Burgh where they found Ore with the brick Negotiations were soon concluded and uncle Howe gave someont In Danville n check on the National Dank at Hustonvllle for four hundred dollars got the money and handed It over to the bunco man He tried to get a larger sum from the Farmers National Bank at Danville but cult ler Geo W Welsh refused to tumid It believing that ho was In the hands ofsharpersAfter the 400 and seelnt that uncle Howe couldnt raise any more tho man disappeared He later wrote uncle Howe that the brick wo worth only four dollars the value ol tbl brass It contained and gave him thin advice small fish should swim tear tho shore Uncle Howe WM one of tho directors of the National occal16nall11brlnsr ending a meeting would then tell over the story and he enjoyed It as much aa any ot his hetr ers He has often told Dr Alcorn hat the lesson was a valuable one and that this experience had saved him many hundreds of dollars When a person would call for a loan or I someone wanted him to underwrite n 1I0te whose solvency was doubtful t 1 o would go look at his brick and ecllno the accommodation thenI Ho was a fine old man subs enleel nnd a friend to the poor By hard work ho had omussed a good C- shto tho largest perhaps In Casey runty which will bo distributed otwenn his widow and nine heirs Jolin Wesley of Somerset and Willis oulter sonsIn law have admlnls tered upon the MAKINGeslateIEverywhere more Infothrough the work of Dr Kings li9vIlfe Pills in constipation bilious noss Indigestion liver oubles kdney diseases and bowel Borders Theyre easy but sure and perfectly build up the health 25c at- DII Drug Store HUSTONYILLE TO HAVE FAIR NEXT YEAR IF PLANS NOW ON FOOT GO NOT AWRYGAY PARTY GOES TO MAMMOTH CAVE- Hustonvllle July 28 Dont forget to attend the protrac ed meeting at tho Christian churc beginning Aug 15th and continues about two weeks Mrs Jeff Davis Gibbons Mrs Tom Gentry and son and Miss Lee Bobbit nil of Danville were happy guests or i Mrs S Dobbltt of Peyton Well last I weekMiss Deulah VanAradale of Uai todsburg was here last week the guet of numerous old Irlends and class I mates Mrs Allen Mrs Randolph lIIaln and Mss Sallle Cook who were on tht sick list recently are convalescent I Mrs James W Powell dellghtfu ly entortamoJ Mrs Jennie Carpenter Sunday school class on Tuesday even InK Mrs Jno B Rifles visitors this week was a charming quartette of Bluegrass beauties composed of MUes Amanda Alexander of Ltlxlns ton Lola Jones of Lincoln count Malen Leo Hughes now of Dirmlni ham Ala and Mrs Jess Dennison 0 New Philadelphia O All things here now favor a Hustoi vllle fair next year the week followIng Lancaster This exhibit will be on u much larger scale than any previou effort hero and the premium list will bp attractive The Hustonvllle ChrlsUan churc has been especially fortunate in Itour ing Evangelist Luther E Sellers mil later of tho first Christian chat Philadelphia to conduct the series of meetings The meetings will begin Aug 14th but Mr Sellers cannot be prevent until Aug 16th Mr Seller by natural ability earneot and stead travel and experience Is splundldl i equipped for his work He has made a lino record Her I bert Monenger says of him As a teacher a pastor a preacher and nU around worker Dro L E Sellers ha few equals He Is tireless and tnn to the book I take pleasure In speak tyg of him It Is desired that there be a com munlty meeting All members ot all churches are urged to attend Mr Wilkinson of Vincent Ala was hero Sunday visiting one of the pret list girls in our city or In the county is to that i Tho ball game here Saturday between Hustonyllle and Moreland wai a drawing card and the fans iron foreland feeling sure of winning brought a sack of lemons to present to Hustonvllle but the game stood 9- to 3 In our favor and the lemon tent back home I Our South paw twirler Milton Mc lorniock In the Blue Grass League hal pitched 16 games so far this season winning 13 and losing 3 Dr J C Barker has all kinds of lum ler for dwelling and barn building tow ready for delivery Get his prices before placing your f4er 443t Do prepared for an agreeable our trice when you draw a prize In the oming art gallery For two days Friday and Saturday tug 5th and 6th the Llpps Sisters will Inaugurate a grand clearance ale regardless of cost of millinery adleadcedd goods ladles skirts shirt walt hosiery notions etc 442 Nearly All For MCreary NINTH DISTRICT DEMOCRATS NOMINATE FIELDS W F Fields of Carter county this week nominated for congress by the emocrata of the ninth district beat- Ing out Edgar Hager ot Boyd A great many politicians attended tho invention at Carlisle and practically 111 of them agreed that McCreary Is by far the strongest man the demo crata can nominate for Governor His host ot friends will rejoice to know thnt he will make formal announcement ot his candidacy within a few days and begin an active cmpalgn In every county in tho State HOME CURE FOR ECZEMA Docs it rot seem strange that so many people suffer year in nnd year lilt with eczema A 25cent bottle of a simple wash stops tho Itch and will f1lrCly convince any patient This wash is composed of mild and sooth Inlt oil of wintergreen mixed with thy- nl and glycerine etc and known a D D D prescription We do not know ho w long tho D D D labratorles will continuo the 25ceut offer as the imedy ia regularly sold only in i 1- bottlel and has never before been put- on the market on any special offers It you want relief tonight try a bot- tie at 25c on our personal recommendation Shugars Tanner druggists JURIES DO NOT FIX TERMOFIMPRISONMEN NEW INDETERMINATE SENTENC LAW EFFECTIVE AT PRESENT TERM OF COURT In view of the fact that the calm nal term of court Is on here much Interest is being felt in the operatic of tho new Indeterminate sentence law passed by the last legislature In the operation ot which tile jury trying a felony case does not flC the term of punishment but merel decides the question of guilt ur In noconce The court In cases of cot vlotlon pronounces the Indetermlnat sentence The text of tho new law Is ns follows 1 That all of Section 126 Chat ter 36 of the Kentucky Statues be stricken out and tho following sut stltule therofor So that said section 11 reenacted shall rend That the Jury by which an offender for a felony Is tried shall IndictedI only whether or not said guilty ot a felony If guilty the jury shall so state in Its verdict and It the Indictment under which he Is prosecuted charges an offense cot tlstlnfor more than one degree shall find and In the verdict say or what degree they find him guilty alter such finding of verdict of t1e Jury the court trying said offends shall pronounce upon suchp erson nu Indeterminate sentence of Imprison mont In tho penitentiary for a tern stating in such sentence and judgment the minimum and maxlmui time of such Imprisonment tho term now or hereafter prescribed by as tho minimum term of lawI tent for the punishment of the tense stated In tho verdict as thl maximum time of such Imprisonment the term now or hereafter prescribe by law as tho maximum term of Ira prisonment for the punishment or such offense provided however li the trial ot persons charged with the commission of a felony punlshabli by death of confinement In the pent tentlary for life If said person ts found guilty by the jury It shall alai prescribe the punishment In Ita ver diet and the court trying such of tender shall pronounce upon suet person a sentence ot death or Impels oument for lite as found by Uu Jury A person sentenced to life imprisonment under the provision of this act shall be eligible to parole as now or may hereafter be pre scribed by law The Jury by which an offender charged with an offense is tried or if a jury trying a person indicted tot a felony shall find such person guilt ot a misdemeanor the Jury shall fix by its verdict the punishment to be Inflicted within the period or amount prescribed by law Persons sentenced to punishment by confinement in the penitentiary shall be kept at hard labor and in- cases where tne punishment Is a fine or Imprisonment In the county Jail- or both the imprisonment shall be by close confinement In the Jail of the county where the trial was had unless otherwise provided and the prisoner shaltalso be confined in the Jail until tile fine and costs are paid unless otherwise provided 2 All acts and parts of acts In conflict herewith are hereby repealed Approved Mtrch 7 19JO New Principal ELECTED FOR KINGS MOUNTAIN GRADED SCHOOL Kings Mountain July 28 The trustees ot Kings Mountain Graded School elected Mr W D uarles of Carter county as princl jal Mr IrvIn who had been previous 1y elected resigning to accept a posl ton at Germantown j Rov J Q Livingston filled his ap ointment here Sunday Sam Rlgney wife and boys of Som set visited Mr Henry Leach Mrs D Baxter and little girl ot ubanks visited her father here Mr- C Brown Brown Mr Dean Gooch and famllyof Eu banks visited relatives here Mr J B McKee has gone to Geor gla to visit his sister and eat peaches Born to the wife of Moreland mlth a boy Mrs J W Thompson and father- 1Ir Dunn visited relatives in Grant county A WRETCHED MISTAKE to endure tho Itching painful distress oC piles Theres no need to Listen I suffered much from plies ltcs- Will A Marsh of Slier City N C lIll I got a box or Bucklenrt Arnica fjalo nd was soon cured Burns bolls ulcers fever sores eczema cuts upped hands chilblains vanish be- tore it 25c at Pennys Drug Store Is Booze Being Soldi MIDDLEBURG PEOPLE SAID TO BE AROUSED ON SUBJECT Mlddleburg July 2S The widow Blggg the aged mother nf James Biggs died at Yosemite Sat urday and was burled at Green river church Sunday afternoon after tune ll services by Eld Joseph Montgon cryFarmers whose crops wore seriously flooded two weeks ago would be glad to have a refreshing shower nun The ground Is getting somewhat dry A warrant of arrest was sworn out last week for one Rufus Maynart charging him with using abusive Ian gauge to Roscoe Carman The parties live In the Walltown section In the eastern part of the county- A H Royalty sold a span of horse to a Wayne county party for J37i M Is now scouring the country roundabout In search of another span Several crops of tobacco In thla section have abandoned on the health growth of weeds that took pas session of them during the late wet spell Jason Coffey and three clerks were engaged three days last week takin i inventory of his stock of goods at yosemite Jason Is a fine buslnes man and alwas knows how he is run nitre Nearly all the schools of this count opened Monday All the teachers of this part of the country got schools which speaks well for us Miss Iull Adams made her calling and election fiurq at Grove where she taught lallt year Miss Settle Royalty is teach- Ing her third term at Haynes Ei Wesloy his second at Valley Oak and Lansing Lanham Is teaching the Richards School in Lincoln Mrs A R Scott of Sedalla Mo Is WIth her parents Mr and Mrs J A Estes Miss Mary Bryant Peat CJodsey Etta Watkins and Sadie Law horn attended the foot washing set vices at Trace Fork church Sunday James Randolph has returned trot Lebanon 0 where he has been ale tending school Elsie Uadberry bas secured a position in the grade school at Liberty Judge M L Sharpe was here lat week selling goods for Shelby and Sweeney at Junction City It is thought that whisky Is being told in this vicinity and a certain notorious character Is being watened It baa long since developed that our people would not tolerate the sale or vhUky and If the Passmore proceed age are not reenacted before manj uoona there is nothing In the signs of times Legal steps have and are itlll being taken to apprehend the pillty party but he is being backer ip by men of his Ilk and thus tar ffforts have been futile Mother In Israel ASSES TO WELL EARNED RE WARD AFTER USEFUL LIFE Mrs Fiuy A Cornbest died at her home at Phil Casey county Saturday July 23rd The end came peacefully ifter an Mines of three weeks with yphold fever She was born Feb 17 1869 and was the fourth of the even children of ST and C Emily Larson She was a sister of the late atp James B Carson who died Aug 22 1909 The surviving children are T R Carson and Mrs Kate Cundiff of Phil The deceased was married March 11th 1886 to F W Combost who died July 21st 1892 She was a faIthful member of the Christian hunch having confessed the Savior tore than 18 years ago Besides the stem nnd brother she leaves an only daughter and mother to mourn the loss of a devoted mother nnd low IlIg daughter A host of friends and relatives whose sympathy goes out to the bereaved family Four Baptized IN CREEK SUNDAY AT END OF ROWLAND REVIVAL Rev J T Hosklns baptized four converts in the Creek nt Rowland Sunday afternoon The meeting there nducted by Rev AF Ballbach has used with good results A large crowd saw the ordinance performed Union services of all the Stanford lujches were held at Presbyterian church Sunday Rev J J Dickey preached a very rongr sermon on Christian unity The social held by the Ladies Aid cletyof the Baptist church last T lursday was a great success About 25 was realized which will bo ulle- for church improvements NEW LAW INVOKED TO ESCAPE JURY SERVICE J W ROUT AND OTHERS GET OFF BUT SAY IT A BAD LAW AFTER ALL So far as known the first time the HubbleShanks law exempting men who are 60 years old or over from Jury service has been Invoked in tho State since Its enactment by the last legislature was last Monday at he beginning of the special term of this Lincoln circuit court now In session here Col John W Rout of this city who travels for tho MartlnVVooI folk wholesale grocery company ot Lexington was drawn as a Juryman but his buslnes Is very exacting so endeavored to beg off Ho had no valid excuse however and was final ly forced to plead that he was over 60 years of age and exempt under the new law He was excused Several other Jurymen also were ex cused on this ground Col Rout the court and the other exempted venlrmen nil say however that the law is a very bad one for the reason they that a man does net attain his ripe reasoning powers nl he reaches the age of 60 Mail Box Robbed UST OVER BOYLE LINE ABE WRITES FROM NEW BASE Willow Grove Schoolhouse July 25 Public school wlil begin here Aug 1st with Miss Bessie Gose as teacher Walter Avritt son of J R Avritt who was operated on last week for appendicitis Is much Improved at this writing Mr and Mrs George Sutton of Preachers vllle were guests of Mr an Mrs A J Thompson last week Jack Heater and son Allen of Paint Lick were with Mr and Mrs John Hester Mrs Joel Thompson and three chil dren will spend some time with her mother Mrs Garner on Cedar Creek near Crab Orchard Mr W L Dawsoii the popular carter on Route No 2 Stanford tells us that his horse shoe still brings him good luck The tree was cut down In which It was hanging last spring and now he has It hanging in a bet ter place Mr Virgil Roberts still goes tJ Preachersville often Any attractions there Yes Indeed I The farmers are trying to get their crops out of a bad fix Sunday school convenes here every Sabbath afternoon at half past three Mr J R Arvitt Is superintendent A mall box was robbed in this viola ity Mast week and If the miscreant Ij apprehended will be severely dealt with V Your correspondent who has Indlt- ed a few simple Jottings from elsewhere will for the rest ot the year send a few lines from this locality We arrived here last week and w lend the summer with a good man here and learn farming God never aide a finer country than our own Kentucky and none finer in Kentucky ban the county between Hustonville end Stanford Danville and Lancaster The farms are ranches la ilzo and ore large enough to make six or more farms each For a whole week we did not see a copy of the I J and can truly say wo elt like a shipwrecked mariner marooned on a desert Island ot a bound ess sea The L J should be as staple as bread and butter in th home MADE McKinney Well we are on deck again after an absence of a couple of weeks and everything is moving along the samo as usual in our little town and everybody is busy and the weather all last week was perfect for the tanners to- get In their work In their crops we had a fine rain Saturday afternoon The band was entertained at tho home of Mr and Mrs John Beck last londay night and everyone had a good time Mrs Harry Jacobs nnd daughter Ada are at the Grays vllle Tofu inltarlum where Mrs Jacobs is tak- Ing treatment Mr J S Murphy has bought him- an automobile and there will be oth- era to get their machines soon Mr James Dye will leave for St Louis soon to make his future homo and we bate to lose him and hoper will have good luck in his new lo c itlohr Mr Harry Jacobs tho monument man was in Danville several days last week and went back yesterday to be there all the week f 1FAGB TWO INTERIOR JOURNAL Friday July 29th 1910 O I TilE GREAT BANVILLH FAIR 1 rCo r I I August 3 4 and 5 19101 iii itst sssesst mm m V V folWlIt1II1W RETilE INTERIOR JOURNAL Established 1872 EVBRY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY At 1 Per Year In Advance sHELTON 8AUFLEYFulblltht r f tatered at the Poet Offlceat Stan lard 7aESedond Class malt The candidacy of Woodeon May of Sofflertelforthe next democratic nomination f6r clerk of the court of appeals seems to be meeting with much faVor The Somerset Times says that nearly every county in the Eleventh district has voluntarily pledged him its support while demo II rats from all sections of the State are asking him to make the race Mr May has not as yet made any formal announcement but his closest friends ay that at the proper time he will do po Mr May is the State Central Committeeman from the Eleventh district and is well known all over the district His wife was Miss Lucy McKee daughter of Hen J C McKee a first cousin of Col R M Jackson the old democratic war horse and ii extensively related in almost every county in Eastern Kentucky- It is not believed that there will tP- Eleventhany other candidate in the this time and that the district will line up solidly behind Mr May With McCreary at the head and good clean men on the ticket there will certainly be one of those old time majorities we read about rolled UP for democracy again In KentucKy Powers and Edwards are having a dog and cat time of it for the republican nomination for congress in thE Eleventh district All the republics a newspapers have taken sides ant everyone in telling everything he knows on the other fellow The Edwards organs are doing everythin but come out and in so many worda say that Powers is guilty of the Go bel assassination while Power g friends are hinting at certain inc dents said to effect the Congressman morality From what we can hew up a tree it looks like Powers is gain fug mighty fast He is said to be drawing tremendous crowds whlle the enthusiasm for Edwards seems to be lacking If Powers wins a stroni democrat or independent ought tc be able to run him a great race If not beat him sProminent Man Dead h COL DAVE DUNN PASSES AWAY IN DANVILLE Col David Dunn aged 7G jears one of the most prominent uien of Hole county died at his hone in Danville Thursday night after a long illness He was the father of Mrs MS Baugu man Mrs J W Bauguman of Lincoln county Col I W Dunn and Misses Cyrena and Mary Dunn of Danville all of whom survive him and were at his bedside when the end came SURPRISE THEIR FRIENDS There will be no preaching at the Baptist church Sunday Pastor ribs ins will attend the meeting of the ministers und deacons and Sunday school union of the South Kentucky Association at the Pleasan Point Bap List church THE TEST OF MERIT Stanford People are Given Convinc- Ing Proof Dawson Barnett Rowland Street Stanford Ky says Some time ago 1 had a severe fall and this together with the jarring to which I am sub- Ject 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 l decided jo cure this trouble before it became chronic and as I knew Doans Kidney Pills to be good for such complaints I procured a box at Shugars Tanners Drug Store Before J had finished the contents I was entirely cured and I have had no kid ney trouble since For sale by all dealers Price 60 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo N Y solo agents for the United States Remembert he name Doans and take no other o TACKY PARTY The management of the Crab Orch ard Springs regaled its guests with a tacky party a few nights ago The costumes were quaint and in many cases very amusing Manager Wills is makin It pleasant for his guests and he and Mrs Willis always enter into the fun and always succeed in making it delightful for their guests Among those who were present were Miss Jullett Ewing Mr Mannle Oil lion Miss Ida Reinhart Mr Luclen Dunn Mr Bragg Thompson Miss Goodie Redd Miss Beetle Holmes Charles Holman MORGANS MEN REUNION MaJ H M Taylor who is now on the staff of ColW B Haldeman of the United Confederat Veterans of Kentucky and Col Green R Keller of I Carlisle are completing arrangements for the reunion of Gen John H Mor gans men which will be held on the Parks Hill assembly grounds at Parks Hill Nicholas county Aug 16 and 17 The greatest reunion In the his tory of tho Morgans Men Associa tion is expected Members of the qr phan brigade and other famous confederate I commands have been invited y to participate and a great time for the old soldiers who wore the gray Is being prepared for The officers of the organization are Gen B W Duke of Louisville president J W Bowles of Louisville first vice presi dent Judge M C Saufley of Stan ford second vice president MaJ 0 S Tenney of Lexington third vice president Green R Keller of Carlisle secretary the Rev Dr E O Guer rant of Wilruore Chaplaln L P Young of Lexington Commissary SKIN UiaKASfcS READILY CURED BY SIMPLE HOME REMEDY If you are suffering front any form of skin or scalp disease would you like to get prompt relief and be per manently cured by a clean liquid preparation for external use Mr O L Penny the druggist has this remedy in stock and wants his customers to know that it is recommended for Eczema Blackheads Pimples Danflruff Tetter and others diseases of the skin and iscalp Zemo has made some remarkable cures and with each pur chase of Zemo Mr Penny will give you p booklet on skin diseases and yon can diagnose your own case and be cured in your own home without any inconvenience or loss of time from business by this clean simple reparation No Man is Stronger Than His Stomac- hAA man U strong all over No man can be strong who is Suffering from weak stomach with its consequent indigestion or from tome other disease of the stomach and its associated organs which im pain digestion and nutrition For when the stomach is weak or diseased there is a loss of the nutrition contained in food which is the source of alt physical strength When a man doesnt feel just right when he doesnt sleep well has an uncomfortable feeling in the stomach after eating is languid nervous irritable and oat be is losing the nutrition needed to make strength deP9sdjSuch a raaa should use Dr Pierce Golden Discovery it cures diseases ot the stomach and organ of dleatlon end nutrition it enriches the blood lavloratea the liver strengthens the kidneys nourlghea the nerves and mo GIVES UEZUTU aND STRENGTH TO THE WHQLE BODY You eat afford to accept a tetrit aoitnxn as a substitute for Ait non keboHc SBcdielse or sown COMPOSITION not even though the urgent dealer ytheRbyake eGttle bigger profit Ingredients pnated on wrapper I ISUY MY tOOLS FROM W H HIGGINS STOP IN AND SEE IF HE HASNTSOMETHING YOU Stanford Kentucky WANTJ WHAT A SHOCK IT WOULD IE i to dome home and 9n4 the firemen in possession Yet It has happened to others and may happen to you And even If It never does dont you think you would feel paler If you had your home Insured 1 Ask your 1 she feels about It Shell tell ygjto have us Issue you a policy today She Is wise Fish Penninglon Stanford Ky Phonel200 ARTISTIC shades in our ready nixed colors For durablity and uniform high quality they are unequalled Talk paintsThenwith a small sample from our stock and watch results Youll satisfy that can buy no better apaint fortthemoney anywhere Le our paint talk J A ALLEN Stanford Ky YOUCANBUYt Your coalcheaper right now than anytime in the year Let us fill your bins withour FO X RIDGE COAL at 13 cts per bushel Clean Coal No Slack Phone 11 J H Baughman Co TT1 a aI IIE- t IVHE I A FLORALHALL nd poultry departments 1 have been placed back as of old nt The Danville Fair Unlimited Iseating capacity Plenty of shelter and shade Attractions every description Reduced rates on all railroads Pony rates mule races saddle stakes Etc A hearty handshake and a welcome awaits everyone 0Forfurther information writeR iIM DUNN Secy DANVILLE KENTUCKY f o SttaSt LttiYtadtt iRtStESkxtoSMtaii itst i4ttatttksltala erlattuk r rOICE TO SHAREHOLDERS OF LINCOLN COUNTY NATION AL BANK At a meeting of the directors or this bank at its banking house in Stanford Ky on June IS I910lt wu resolved that a meeting of the share holders be called to meet on Tuesday July 26 1910 at lie banking offlce In Stanford Kyto vote on the projx sltlon to amend the articles of msocin Lion of this bank as follows first To increase capital toJIOO coo and to autaorlia the directors tCi set price of new stock Stcnurt T Increase the number of directors t0 Hlfteen W M Bright Cashier J C McCIary Undertaker and Embalmer STANFORD KY 034 Poone leT Home P bone S3 When Hungry GOTO- Oarioni Restaurant Lancaster Street Stanford K Wall served at oil hours up to 1130 P x Best place la wnjfor a good quick meal Cooking to salt our customers our specialty Splendid new line of fancy Groceries Hot Coffee Sandwiches pies flutter milk and sweet milk etc at all times = A GAQ50N Pr p Spring Summer Stock Have your measure taken by a tailor of experience Then your clothes whethera low prIce suit or the flneit erenlng 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him She finds him In an attitude of prayer J abMne an Incoherent jargon CHAPTER nrSh finds a human ke+ eton and the skeleton oft dog She I niblo and n sliver box bearing the na John Novell Clitrnock with a date ft yearn btor her sanding CHAPTER n8he concludes that her companion Is nn American and that he was cast ashore on the bland when a child Near the skeletons she flnds two womans tines and a dog collar CHAPTER Vone of the rings bean an Inscription J It C to M P T Sept 10 U V I CHAPTER VIKatharTne Brenton a highlyae l of oneWllI gratMl Universities Her on the sex problem had attracted wide tentlon The son of a multimillionaire c e Ml Infatuated with her and she accedes to his proposition to put her the cries In practice With no other cere mony than a handclasp they go away to gether A few days on his yacht reveals to her that the man only profaned lofty Ideals to positss her od CHAPTER VltKatharlne discovers that the man Is married While drunk he attempt to kiss her She knocks hire down and leaves him unconscious on the cabin floor She escapes In the darkness In a gasoln launch She lay directly In the wake of the yacht and the launch was pitched up and down by the waves made by the rapidly moving ship with a violence of motion that was sickening There were a pair of oars In tike boat but jhe did not break them out She Just drew EeFielf 40WJ11 ltershUtand lay there waiting She knew that the clatter of the motor could be heard a long distance In so still a night and over so still a sea and therefore al though her Impulse was to start It at once she restrained herself and waited watching the yacht rapidly dis appear She could mark her course easily by the light from that cabin window Her ear was keen and she listened until she could no longer detect the beat and throb of the steamers engines Then she rose and started the motor The boat was provided with a com pass and although she could see no star she was able to set a course which was directly at right angles to 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at full speed The motor was capable of developing at least ten I knots per hour lly the same time tomorrow night she would be 340 miles away from the present spot The yacht was going 12 knots an hour Her escape would probably not be discovered for ton hours Uy that time the yacht would be 120 miles away They would be 1GO miles apart by morn Ing measured on tho hypotheuse and by night who could tell 7 At any rate she had now done all that she couldHer condition was desperate her prospects gloomy beyond expression She was alono In a small power boat fhlldiat She Believed That the Yacht Would mrff Retrace Its Course which would be helpless the sport of wind and waves after perhaps 30 hours That boat was alone la the great expanse of the Pacific ocean Somewhere about Set8 sere islands probably Indeed on the charts seas were dotted with points of land inconsiderableIe uj t provisions such as they were and water sufficient perhaps for a week or ten days After that Jtfilew she landed somewhere she would drift on until sho starved and died If a storm eumo the launch probably would not survive It Her chances of escape In any event were wone than problem aUcal The end was almost urtam But she was happy The first real ray of happiness which had entered her soul since the begianlar of the great awakening which had culmin ated In the frightful scene at the night Illumined her being As ahe sat In the stern sheets her hand oa the steering wheel listening to the steady drumming of the motor seeing the black water broken into foam by the boats bows flash by her keeping the launch steady on her course by the aid of the compass needle her eyes turned ever and anon to the fast dI- minishing point of light which marked the rapidly disappearing yacht and she realized that she was free She had hurled out of her path and hey she exulted In her own prowess it was something of a salve to hey aqjd for the wretched humiliations had been heaped upon Itsbbadhurled out of her path sad atriduta down aa any other anlaal sttgat pays done him who had brought tier totals awful pass She was away from 111m free from him She was once VUTQ so far aa wind and wave allowed the master of her fate the mistress of her destinyShe glad In her heart too that there were to be ao physical cease quences from her brief alliance She did not realize that there were to be other consequences which nt eves all the water of the 18 ar over which she floated could wash out Th re was a feltlasyet in her philosophy oppor tunlty serve could she get tree from the dangers that encompassed her she vowed that she would prove It All night long she stayed awake keeping the launch In her course When morning broke she was absolutely alone upon the ocean Standing erect upon a seat from her low vanS tags point she could see nothing but smoothly undulating sea She break fasted sparinglyrfrtfm her scanty store and resumed her post at the wheel She was tired and sleepy but while the little engine was alive she could not leave It to Its own devices She must hold on her chosen course aa long as tho motive power remained She could not lose a moment while that motor throbbed and beat She must be alive with It There would be time to sleep when It was ex haunted She must put as many leagues between her and pursuit br holding the direct course as long aa was possible And so she sat there grimly hands clutching the wheel through the long day and through the longer night and well Into the following morning It must have been half past ten on the morning of the second day before the motor stopped The silence after the ceaseless drumming of a night a long day a longer night and a still longer morning struck her with the same strange sense of shock She calculated that the motor had been running for 38 hours and that she had gone 380 miles at least on her course She had sees nothing waaUror of the yacht Tho chances that it would pick her up even if It came about and cruised for her a lonely speck In the ocean wore millions to nothing At any rate she had done all she could liar phil osophy for once stood her lIt good stead There was nothing more to be done She was dead for want of sleep The aky had been slightly over cast since she had left the yacht but there had been no storm and weather conditions looked lust as they had and seemed to be permanent Taking the precaution to examine the gasoline tanks and finding that Indeed they had been drained of the last drop she carefully closed and locked them thereby assuring her salvation and spreading the boat cloak In tho stern sheets with her bag for a pillow and her straw hat tied over her face to shield It from the sun she instantly dropped to sleep CHAPTER VIII Cast Up by the Sea Day was Just breaking again when the woman awoke Reference to her watch which she had taken the precaution to wind Just before she retired disclosed the fact that it was four oclock in tho morning She had slept unbrokenly since 11 oclock the morning before tier sleep had been a stupor of utter and complete exhaus Lion Added to the tremendous physi cal strain of keeping awake and at tending to tho duty to which she had enforced herself had been tho further strain of the terrible events on the night in which she left the yacht and the apprehension of pursuit which had been continually with her Her first motion Indeed was to rise to her feet and scan the horizon With relief in describable her scrutiny descovered nothing She was still alone Neither the yachj D6f tiny other vessel hot Unyjrsmallest t speck of land was sit houetted against the circling sky line She sat In the boat musing a Jong tatIand rapidly ljnnlshlng of fo d and drink and then putting the past resolutely behind her hoping and perhaps fancying some exenae of her will power finallyrho coud put It be hand her forever she gave serlouq thought to her condition She realized at last that she in- tbehandsanother would have said of God she sara of chance The fact that she was so helpless that all her learning and all her training and all her skill and all her power were 2L no avail made the situation the more gafllBff Was there nothing that she could dof SJie reflected deeply and as she did so the breeze sprang up She Judged that the period during which she had slept tad been calm and still Any violent rocking of the boat would have awak ened her Indeed she felt bitterly cramped and stiff from having lain so long on the bard floor which only the boat cloak thick and heavy made a tolerable bed The coming of the breeze stimu lated her imagination It was a gen tie breeze She noticed that it blew from the direction whence she had come by her compass course If she only bad a sail of some kind the boat would be driven along She must move somewhere She had heard of ocean currents and drift but she doubted whether the boat was moving at least sufficiently fast or In any definite direction to make any direr ence Unless she got somewhere she would slowly starve and die Just where she was She stepped forward In the boat and examined the oars There was a sort of a deck forward over the gasoline tanks She thought that she might make shift with theremaIns of the painter of which she had a good length to fasten one of the oars In an upright position against it There were bolts and rings of various sorts en this little deck She could step the handle of the oar between cleats or ribs at the bottom At least oho would try Rat training had not been manual tatsha was bright enough to supple meat bar lack of skill and after some hours of hard work she actually got woe oar in aa upright position and se surely loaned Out of the heavy cloak fcore a huge circular than anything elseehe improvised a sail with the otbstr oar aa a boom thrust acroa the beat between the mast and the little forward deck The coat had been heavily braided She ripped the silk braid from tho edge cut off the hood of the cloak and managed a triangular sail laoed by the silk braid to mast and boom TIle boom was Immobile and the only way she could sail was straight before the wind If tho wind shifted she would shift with It She had some slight control over the vessel with the helm but that was all It was noon whoa she finished her labors but she was more than satisfied with what she had accomplished for the cloak was big enough to give an appreciable way to the boat She guessed It might be three or four knots aa hour That would be nearly 100 miles a day She could eke out her provisions and water for fire or six days longer and she eeuia go without for two or three days tne lash drop+ and morsel had vanished Perbapasheiralgh run downs habitable Islacd In that time Possibly although this possibility was more faint than the other she might be seen by some vessel and picked up At any rate all she could do was done She felt better too because she had made a human contribution to the de termination of her fate She was no longer absolutely at the play of chance For rive days she sailed steadily on the breese remaining even sad holding uBvaryiBgly true for that period She leaned the trick of lash lag the wheel at night and so was able ta take M such rttt u her tired a worn and racked body permitted In 1lrthe confinement of tho little boat She had abundance of time for thought Tlmo was when she had rev pled in such opportunities but there was less enjoyment In the chances afforded her now That she who had Ifved In the high realm of speculation should suddenly become a woman of action fighting for life struck her as a strange thing Insensibly the condi tions of her present existence modified her pbolooophy It seemed diner ent a smaller thing She was less sure and confident of herself alone In the great immensity than In the crowded city There were no applaud ing thousands She breathed no air of adulalior She was alone with her soul The man who Is alone Is always faco to face with God though his eyes may be hidden so that ho cannot see the Divine It was so with this womanNever had she so craved other companionship She would have been happy if she could have believed that there was a God for had there been a God she would not have felt so deserted So she fought on against her soul and her circumstances losing battle andfgloomy overcast Even to her inexperience she could realize that a storm was at band She had seen nothing during the period that is nothing of which she could avail herself Twice once to starboard and another time to port she had passed low lying Islands dim on the horizon Sbe had no way ot checking the boat or of changing its course to run down either ot them She had to go on Just fa isle was She realized that egg oWld never land uni jss fhfc Jre driven directly upon some island that might lie In berry course Sho knew too that the chute that might happen were very petiole She had dally diminished tho portion of food and drin she al lotted to rsolt She half husti deV everything with the utmost care On SheIintensified as Aft l Jliroe w g She was thankful for one thing that the sun was veiled ahoh heat In the humid beavy air was soni almost unbearable Under the freshening breeze the boat went much more swiftly than heretofore She had that satisfaction but she had the apprehension that f the wind y Driven On for Hours grew any stronger her sail service able as it had proved and stout aa it was would be torn to pieces The silk braid had done splendid service but she marked that It was now strained to the breaking point Again the helplessness of her position came upon her She cquld not take down the sail In the first place she was afraid to leave the helm and In the second place she realized that It she started to furl It she could only do it by cutting the lashing and at the first cut the whole thing would blow away So she held on There waa nothing else to do The night fell In a burst of rala which was most grateful to her but which was a forecast of a fiercer blow and at midnight the hurricane broke in full force upon the little boat The first blast tore the sail from the lash- Ings By a lightning flash she caught a glimpse of It for a second whirled away like a great bird For some reason perhaps because one or two shreds of cloth still clung to the mast and perhaps because the broad blade of the oar offered some surface for the thrust of the wind she was able by the exercise of constant vigilance and all the strength of which she was capable to keep the boat before the wind Hitherto she had had no Idea of the violence of the wave motion It was with difficulty that she kept her self from being dashed to pieces against the sides or hurled overboard In the mad whirling and plunging tc which the launch was suddenly subjected It was caught up by one wave after another and driven on for hours She could not tell how long She lost all consciousness of time and of every thing els AXcept that she must cling to the helm The boat was still hurled forward One great wave after an other would seize her uplift her and bear her on The strain upon her arms was terrific She locked her teeth and hung on breathless exhausted yet de terminedBut was a limit to her powers and she felt that It had been reached Tet she did not deliberately let go One final and terrific heave Jerked her away from the wheel She fell sprawling In the bottom of the boat but bad sense enough ta lock her bands around a thwart and lie there The launch broaeaedto la aa instant She was turned breadsU IB tao n USE ARNOLD BUGGIES Theres Nothing Better Built to Order Compare Our Prices With Others We Solicit Your Trade JI A NEW AXLE 1 Before you place that order for the next buggy stop and think of AXLES Think of SHELDONS Ton Don axles made with a case hardened spindle with brass J j tined 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 30 days Beginning with this issue a S12 Remember of 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her again and again She wondered why the boat did not sink and then she realized that the empty gasoline tanks which she had closed and locked prevented tho final catastrophe that the boat was In a certain sense a life boat that It would float so long as the water pressure did not succeed in opening the tanks Therefore she was for the moment safo Tho only Immediate darner would be the capsizing of the boat which would throw her out Since the launch was already full of water tho woman did not think this was likely to happen She held on her vitality gradually growing weaker hoping for the morn- Ing and an abatement of tho storm She had no idea of time of course She could not toll what the hour was It was still dark however when a strange sound smote her oar She heard It above the wild scream of the wind and the awful beat of the waves It was a crashing sound a battering sound a fearful protentous sound The boat ran forward more swiftly now She wondered the reason Tak ing advantage of a brief lull she abandoned her grip on the thwart and rose to her knees Immediately In front of her she saw a white wall dis closed to her by the lightning flashes She did not know what It was The roaring sound came from thence She was being borne rapidly toward it She was nearing it with astonishing swiftness The boat was moving more quickly now than at any time since she had been In It At last it broke upon her consciousness that the white wall was h tnaM ot foam that the sea was crashing against some hidden show au ttat great treakert were J there The land that she had longed for Indeed lay athwart her course In another moment she would be In that mass of boiling foam Well she had fought a good fight The end was at hand With some Instinct of the heroic death would not find her lying down Desperately she struggled to her feet and stood balancing herself to the wild onward rush of the boat The wall of foam was dose at hand For one second she threw out her arms and the next moment with n 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are thrown open tc tndlVldunl1Ity pronounced the horse show at the Blue Grass Fair the best in America I No where else can such a display 01 breeding stock be found no where else do both saddle and harness rings fill I so well or offer contests so stlrrini and satisfactory to the lover of tht horse y l- J r t Burroughs Little Nature Joke In hli writings on nature John lire ran hs show n wn p of humor as well n rower to df r TTr new fact One iy he was attracted by the sight j of come little rested of earth which lie had not previously MOO I found a tiny loaf ot pollen bare prepared for i the sustenance of the grub when It should be hatched bo says It laI prepared by the srtdr suffragette the female of the wolf qphter I Wave named her this because she so tar outranks the analtll of tide variety The latter are both amll and ot little account But tM suffragette does not last long A few days more and she bat been swallowed up by a greater an cress und hornet d n EXCURSION Ada J- rI2222 CINCINNATI AND RETURN SUNDAY JULY 31 SPECIAL TRAINL- v JnHCtfoj City 556 A M ASK TICKET AGENT FOX fAIITICULABl j u1 r co Bring Your Produce To Us i We hews prned a produce tiu on Som met rtrcd arilwil pay the h jW ptite f1 kink wuMiy pKxlut Dm your INS 11O DAST1N k eo- S4aIetd ltlj BLACKSMITHS 1 t g Drug your lPeksmttkiiignad gon rlr- epair work to UM lien ho loc Hie OflpoUl1dUtJ XES UllACKTITT- HUntort Ky i I LN TIME TABLE xNoNo se North 4149 A x xNOrWAX NOJIIIPxiIJOS MASONS MEET t Lincoln Lodge No M K A 4will t et- in stated eOlUlllulIlMtlOI1 wrench ant and thin yiondny nlhk lhJflIJ month nt 791 oclock in on matn streeet Htau itllDllIj4- Lancaster July 273 days Versailles Aug 34 days daysLexington r Taylorsvillc Aug 94 days daysUrodhcad is August 17 18 and 19 havij been see ted an tho dates for the PerryvllloI oJShelbyLondon AUR 234 days Nicbolasvllle Aug 303 days Barbourville Aug 313 days Monticello Sept 63 days 1 Glasgow Sept 284 days State Fair Louisville Sept 126 days Islrt q I ii Friday July SUth 19I0a TIlE INTERIOR JOURNAL PAGE FIVE IIwe Certainly Have Been Lucky I custoIreathe values we ire giving fDid you your share If not there is one more opportunity for you continue cut prices until SAT JULY 23 We some excellent values in Slippers Shoes Hose Underwear Shirts Socks Lawns Ducks Cottons Ribbons Suspenders 7 et- cSEVERANCE SON Stanford Kentucky FIbox pn Thero a new iri special values at Pennys Drub ore PERSONALS f1f11J L Tott ti Is visiting friend Henderson i1 Its Dyron Croake of Springfield the guest o her sitter Mrs F J 1come trrr C Collier of Louirvllle wu egucst of pretty Miss Goodie Ked Crab Orchard Miss Kato Mlddleton of Crab Orch rd and W d1eell and Vllmbr oKvll of Wllmorc were guests of isicu Louella and Helen White 1 Mrs Lynn Parsons and children eve been tho guests of Mr II F eland family in this county The Ladles Aid Society of the hrintlnn church will meet In the lee ire room Tuesday at half past two clock f Messrs Carr and Nellson of Louis v lie and c E Cunlngharo of Lexlng n drove over here In a big auto to sit Mr J L Totten and family Mrs W J Dozier of Btarkvllle- Us In the guest of tier parents r and Mrs E T Pence vlnfnnd Mrs J W Rouse nod Mrs irtyn Slmpon of Kansas City are esU at the home of Mr and Mrs T Pence F S Webb Jr of Knoxville T nn J iy4UV his grand parents Judge and rs M C Saufley tits brother Mister Rowan Webb bas about revere from a slight attack of fever Attorney C C Williams ono of the oat popular and able men of the- t Vernon bar wu here for courts Week Mrs Mlko Smith and little son Leaven recently of Paducah were attests of Mrs J O Carpenter this week Mrs Smith before her marriage was Miss Rattle Mao Leaven of and had often visited here Mrs Kate P Miller is hero from PJttsburg Pa the guest of frlen ltt Mrs J M Rains Of Lebanon and niece Miss Margaret Jarvis are the guests of MrsiW P Klncald Mr George Johnson of Cheater Wept Va arrlvedi lau night to bo the guest of Mines Jennie and Martha Wren Mr Barney Fish of Yuma Ariz Mss Stella Fish of Vincennes Ariz and Miss Ida ReInhart of Oklahoma City Okla aro the guests of Dr and Mrs J Q Carpenter and family The open ideollngif the Missionary Society of the Baptist church will be hold at the residence of Dr and Mrs K J Drown tonight All two Invited Mesdames W M Mahan and C T Bruraettc Archie Traylor have return ed from their trip in Western Kas Mrs Del Blaokerby came with them from Louisville Mrs John Lusk of Paris was tho guest of Mrs Joseph Coffey Mrs Bland Mallard of Danville and Miss Willie Traylor of Richmond are now the guests of Mrs Coffey The annual Sunyper dance of the Stanford Hop Club will be given tonight at the opera house It will bo a program dance and a large number of belles and beauX will be present The first regiment band of Louisville which is playing at the Lancaster fair will Tome over and make the music oo o i 4 I T 0i- lt II 1 I Q G I O YOU 0fI aa a r i U Q ORKt 5 Then You Will Need More 11 Wi Clothes S a Khaki Pants 1 and 2 Shirts 25c 50c 75c and 1 iii Flow Shoos At Any Price I v H But our Chrome Shoe Beats jJU Them All Satisfaction Guar g 1i teed DUCK BRAND OVERALLS Have one fault they last too long g A Suit of Cool Under wearMakes You Feel Bet Sjfoot a G i Cummins Wearenif STANFORD KENTUCKY I This store te the home of Hart Schaffiier Marx clothes JI Q- tl r l Glory t AGAIN RESPLENDENT AT CRAP ORCHARD SPRINGS Crab Orchard July 28 The pristine glory of Crab Orchard Springs asthe most popular summer and health resort of the South seems to have geenfuly regained if one in to accept as a criterion thb size and agpcarance oft he crowd of guest vho are thronging this popular old watering place this summer People are here from over tho state and from scores of other states and sill they are coming Popular Col J B Willis and his good wife are making all have the time of their lives at the springs and the old town is an merry as a marriage bell Mr David Street acompanled by Mrs Geargo Stephenson Mrs Milton Estes and Mr Joo Elam had a very narrow escape from being seriously hurt or killed when returning home from Stanford this week The horse Mr Street was driving became fright coed when the shaft broke and fell on his foot causing him to run and kick furiously The front of the car tinge was kicked away entirely and Mr Street and Mr Elam were pain fully hurt though not severe Tbo ladies were uninjured but for the very timely giving away of the other shaft all might have been killed Crab Orchard is full of visitors and boarders Tho season at the springs Is at its zenith and everybody Is en joying themselves to their hearts con tentMiss Gertude Fields of Deland Fa is with her aunt Mrs Carroll Bailey and Miss Ophelia Lackey Miss Martha Wallace Jones of Kansas City Mo has also been their guest Mr T T Lackey of Lltchfield 111 is tho guest of his father Hon Gabe LackeyRev Donohoo pastor of the Chris Lien church will conduct a series of meetings at his church beginning Sunday morning lie will be assisted by Rev W E Anderson of New Richmond 0 who will arrive Monday night and take charge of the services Everyone is invited to attend tlicso meetings Mrs Wm Mason Morris and bright little son William Mason Jr of Mus- kogee Okla have arrived to spend the remainder of tho summer with Mr and Mrs J F Holdam and other rela Lives Ma Dose Stewart Alexander Is visiting her sister Mrs F L Lyons Mrs Abo Addams of Frankfort Is isltlng her mother Mrs Jane Buch anan i Mr and Mrs Mike Smith and baby at London have been guests of her grnn mot er Mrs Martha Fish Mr and Mrs J A Carter of Lebnl non Junction have returned ter a pleasant visit to their parents Mr and Mrs Curtis Goer Miss Tanna Thompson has returnee accompanied by her grandmother Mrs Win Poynter of Mt Vernon Mr Bayne Culton who has been away for some time has returned to visit tbebomefolka Mrs Same and little daughter of Hawesvllle are visiting Mr and Mrs O D Lync Mrs WA Carson and Miss Lottie of Stanford have beet guests of the Mlssess Dedord Mr George Debord and wife also have been recent vibiv ore Mr Will Brooks has returned and wade glad the hearts of a number of little girls and boys by taking them to the Dripping Springs for a days outingIMr Durnle Fish and niece Miss Stella Fish are visiting Dr and Mrs J G Carpenter of Stanford Fish Reinhart is visiting friends In LondonMrs Belle Cashdolar and daugher Georgia of Coffeyvllle Kas aro at tho bedside of her mother Mrs Mal vlna Slglcr who is suffering from a full which dislocated one of her limbs and is in a very serious condition Elmer Thompson is critically 111 with typhoid feve- rSurprised Their Friends MISS EAD3 AND MR RANKIN ARE QUIETLY WEDDED i Maple Grove the beautiful home of Mr and Yrs James H Bads on the Danville pike was the scene of a very pretty marriage ceremony at 9 oclock on the morning of Wednesday July 27th When Miss Sopnronla Eads be came the bride of Mr A I Rankin of Wayne county The fact that the wedding was to occur had been kept rather secret and the many friends of tho popular couple will vhe much rut prised to learn of the happy affair The bride was beautiful being deli ately attired in white She was preceded by her little niece as flower girl and met at the altar by the groom who is a young man of handsome and pleasing address and one of Wayne countys most substantial citizens- A unique feature of the wedding and quite a coincidence was that It was solemnized on the i7ih anniver sary of her father and mothers mar riage it being the same day the same day of the month and the name hour i I After the ceremony which was per formed by Rev J T Hoskins of the Stanford Baptist church the happy loft over tho L N for Cincinnati and other points J T H Where Crab OrchardSanatorium COME You will be entertained An open challenge is given cmoers in swim ming contest Speed and distance Club swinging exhibition Featsof strength What is NatureCure A lecture by H R Spitler MT N D How these methods cure Lecture by W J ft1 miston M D Dinner will be served at 1230 Supper at 530 Service according to the principles we advocate Special Music iQuortette Dont forget the day Sunday July 31st Come and bring your friends Crab Orchard Sanatorium Crab Orchard Ky J mers who came to our store during our bought Is there any better evidence o I get We will many have Oryantsvllle 150 Pristine Short Local News 75 pairs of ladles Oxfords to close cut at 1135 Cummins k Wearen For Rent nice loge 4 roomS and all necessary outbuildings in good shape Apply to John Mi Stone wwr Rooms for rent alo stable Mrs L B Cook J wler guns iot poedadd tee smokers Goo H Fame Notice percent penalty added school tax Alg3 1910 L R Hughes ClerkI It soothes refreshes strengthens and purifies the stomach bowels and kidneys A tonic that prevents sum mer troubles Such is Iolllritcra Icocky Mountain Tea 33c tea or tab lets at Shugars anners T tend theblgr Crab Orchard sanatorium in this issue see my line ol trunks and get mar prices W A Trlbble For SaleNIce residence on Mains 4 street In Stanford Ky the frontage of lot large enough for another build i ing lot All necessary outbuildings Everything in good repair Pitcei 2750 A bargain see L R Hughes Stanford Ky r Dr J U Carpenter willlecturo wAntiTuberculosis at Hebron next sday The picture show at Waltbafcx Opera louse opened Wednesday night with a very good crowd coBsW eying very few persons knowing saran was to open so soon The people were well pleased with entertainment There will bo no show tonight owing to tho danco given Saturday night there will be the regular show as usual It Is the intention of the manage meat to nm each night except Sun day with two thousand feet of plo lures and one song each night hereaf ter Does not Colorthe HairAVERS HAIR VIGORx DressStops railing Hair An Elegant Destroys Dandruff MaRe Hair Grew AlcoholrComposed of Sulphur Glycerin Quinln Sodium ChlorW Ca cum Sage Water Perfume Ask your doctor his opinion of such a hair preparation AVERS HAIR VIGOR Does notCoiorrthe Hair f s- r Ii j IiIt We have reduced the price F- on all = Oxfords r IIl 1 I Fancy I iaiij1T W E PERKINS l- I CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY II I wirirrres r IT MartiIK Hughes T W Humble W O 5 PER SENT OFF r t On any Oxford in our store Ton Per Wont Off I On aitlawns C batistes and I silk mull Also big reduc tion in a lot of short length summer silks suitable for i waists scarfs etc HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes STAN FORD KENTUCKY L17 riJ1 1 THJB JOTERI OB I1tNAu PAOB SIX THH INTERIOR JOURNAL Friday July 29U 1810 I c See eIr AboutIFruit Jars Fruit Jar Rings and Caps ti1e will make c a Special Price youI c EA I yHLLsM41Sa I I M Eureka Portrait Coi0 I 0b ailo llj Js prepared to FRAME PICTURES at prices lower than the Ilowest Several hundred styles of moulding to se fig 91jejJournal building j lifor CNMgr Stanford fji lit OoOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOo O- O tooworowoooweorowowomoawowaroworosawosowowo YOUR CHANCE For A- DAHGAIN This Range For Only 2425 See it- GEO II FARRIS It you have anything to sell in the STOCK J 11 aTake ta- Nunnelleys New Stock Yards Ho buysand sel s every day in the l year except Sunday Bring on your stock Best market in State with plenty of eecland uiiier font oventl hecro outside of Louisville or Lexington STANFORD KY We aho do general hitch and feed business W MCARTyPrw EG WALTON Prea L R HUGHESS T i Stanford Real Estate Co r Stanford KentucKar armi nd Town Propertr Handled on Commission Stocka and Bond Bold If you Have Property to Sell orJlent Notify Us Write for Circular to X R HUGHES Secretary Stanford Ky AUTOMOBILES I SUPPLIESAND ACCESSORIES i AGENTS FORIf 75OEMJJJ2OOOBaker 1 I to6ooo IBell 24 and we will nf demonstrationII Nt I Notes and Accounts Collected We collect notes and accounts anywhere in the United States No charges unless we collect Also look after claims of all kinds Bank references Correspondence solicited MAYS COLLECTION AGENCY WOODSON MAY Mgr Somerset Kentucky FINE FARM FOR SALE Located on tho tftnncorci and Ot tenhelm pike containing 138 12 acres well watered ono hundred acres in grass 50 acres for wheat This land produces tine tobacco corn and wheat A tine young orchard of one hundred bearing fruit trees a modern now six room house cistern at door cellar and all necesary outbuildings two tenant Iousea largo barn new silo free mall delivery three hundred yards to school 1 12 mlles to union church Will make terms easy W P Dishon Stanford Ky Box 41 Phone 8 ring Notice For the next iO days we will sell our tobacco hogsheads at mill at 9110 each We also have some fine white and brown leghorn cockerels for sale Kings Mountain Planing Mill Kings Mountain K- yNervous 9 was very nervous Mirselofof the heart andirregularOn of Mrs Hattie Cain I took 2 bot tles of Cardu and it did me more good than any medicine I ever took I am 44 years old and the change has not left me but I am lots better since taking CarduL EM s Tike sseesa CAROUI The Woman Tonic Cardu is advertised and sold by its loving friends The lady who advised Mrs Mirse to take Cardui had herself been cured serious female trouble by Cardui so she knew what Cardui would do If Cardul cured Mrs Cain and Mrs Mirse it surely will cure you too Wont you try it Please do H B Northcott LANCASTER KY BUYER OF All Kinds of Farm Produce Stanford Branch T K Tudor Mgr WE ARE PAYING TODAY FOR 1010HcKggs6ryera 1212 12c Turkeys per Ib10cDuc-lcs per 78c Roosters per lb 35Mi c Hides per IbTcFeatb-ers 15iOc I Ginseng per Ib 500 I Yellow Root per lb flJl25 LIME AND SALT FOR SALE OR IN RODUCEr 153 rafBEA-UTY IN THE KITCHEN depends largely on the plumbing work Let us fix up yours and the smiling face of the kitchen lady wilt be your reward Men tell us they get better nnd more punctual meals since we looked after the kitchen plumbing Maybe you would too f youemployed our service j i W K WARNER Phone 188 Stanford Ky FARMERS DEPARTMENT For sale Southdown bucks lamas yearlings and twoyearolds B U Govnr HuMonvllle For SaleSome nice Jersey cows Carroll Shanks Buy Deering and McCormack mow Ing machine sections at Lairs Huston viile 413 For Sale Choice or three fine Jer sey cows 2 6 and 8 years old T D Rowland For Sale22 good cattle weigh about 1000 pounds John Lutes HIgh- land Ky 433 Came to my place July J3 a brown mare mule Owner can get same by paying for keep and thls ad M D Garner Crab Orc rd4r3lStr- ayed from tho F Reid place ont red yearling dehorned steer weight about 600 pounds Reward for return to Pence Bros 1 For Sale Several fine Jersey cows and heifers registered and high grade and two registered bulls a Shetland anllharneuStrayed Black Berkshire boar Crop off left ear weight 135 tfi ltlpounds Liberal reward tor return or information of whereabouts to O P Newland Crab Orchard 393 For Sate 150 bales of timothy hay 100 barrels corn 1 soven year old work mule 1 yearling horse mulo young registered Duroc Jersey boar A W Carpenter Moreland Ky For Sale 364acro farm about 7 nilles from Stanford 100 acres of ana bottom land as good as you can find in Lincoln county The upland Is good The while farm la well fenced and never falling water there belnR tG good cisterns at the door a 9 room dwelling two tenant houses two stock barns and neW tobacco tarn 96x36 2 corn cribs granary Ice house buggy house etc Wilt sell at a bargain In the next 60 days Owners reason for selling Is bad health For further particulars see W L McCarty or L R Hughes FISH CAR HERE The fish car from tho department of commerce and labor passed through Stanford at 1030 oclock Friday morning attached to regular L do N train young fish or al most any kind desired were given away for stocking creeks pond etc Congressman Harvey Helm says that he will endeavor to supply some young fish to any who wont them for stocking purposes A WILD RAGING BLIZZARD brings danger suffering often death to thousands who take colds coughs and la grippethat terror of winter and spring IU danger signals are stuffed up nostrils lownr hart of nose sore chills and fever pain In back of head and a throat gripping cough When Grip attacks apt you value your life dont delay getting Dr Kings New Discovery One bottle cured me writes A L Dunn or Pine Valley Miss utter being laid up three weeks with Grip For sore lungs hemorrhage coughs colds whooping cough bronchitis asthma Its supreme SOc II Guaran teed by G L Penny NOTICE Those desiring to bid on making earth fill and concrete wall at the new bridge over Hanging Fork Creek at J S Murphys will find specifica tions at the McKinney Deposit Bank or at my ofllce J P Bailey Judge Lit 403 THE COMFORT OF THE SADuLE has an to do with Uie 1 encore of Ihp ride You will find our sad dies as comfortable as an armchair oven after a hard gallop And they are as comfortable for the horse too While you arelookln at ono dont forget we leave the latest bridles and the best of bits J C McCLAW Stinferd Ky AT COST CommsncingJuly BnaingAug 1 Owing to the cold wet Spring we find ourselves overstocked and have to sell these goods to make room for PALL GOODS COMING INJ Business is good now but it is too r late in the season Wehave no room 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 Underwear j Hats Felt and Straw Odd Pants Shirts Ties Dry Goods Such prices never j jAnyt F LAWNS 20c Lawns L lac- 16C lIe lOc SC Calicoes and other goods always on hand Fancy Imported Hosiery 5Oc Hose Lad Sox 39c 25c 19C- itic tic IOCa c OSc We do not only give you 10 per cent off we put them at and low cost Newest and most up todate goods you can find Mens Boys Odd Dress Pants 1 00 Pants 648 600 48 5 00 3 83 4 00 2 98 360 268 300 228 250 198 200 148 Felt Hats H 00 lists J 329 3 50 rti 298 300 228 250 rtv 1 98 200 f h 139 150 100 sTJLadies Gauze Vests 25 eta Vests 19 15 11 10 8 ECUtlcI 5O ct Pair 38 25 ct Pair 19 15 ct Pair 11 Mens Underwear Union Suits 1 60 Unionsalt 98 Uedertreif =Garment 39 25c Underwear Garment 19 Mens All Wool SuitsThe Best Brand Made Go At 12700 Suit 11898 25 00 16 98 22 50 1598 20 00 t 1398 18 00 11 93 1500 993 12 20 098 10 00 h 6 98 COO 3U3 Boys Suits 760 Suits 548 6 50 4 98 6 00 i 498 I 00 3 98 400 298 360 248 300 228 260 198 HOO V 148 Soft Walkers Shoes and Oxford 60c shoes 47c 50c oxfords 39c Fancy Vests J I 4 00 Vests 3 19 3 60 Vesta 278 i 3 00 Vests 219 260 Vests 198 20 Vesta 1M 1 50 Vesta 119 1 00 Vesta n Caps 50e Caps 3J 25c Cape 19 Neckwear s925cMens Belts fl 795oc25c Belts 19 We have all kinds of Dress Goods now going at Cost MENS FANCY SHIRTS 100 Shirt at79050-c Shirt at 3io Boys Knickerbockers 1 60 Puts 1 19 123 9tj 100II 73 75 66 60 39I Herringoone S3 60 Pants 2 78 282co200 148 150 98 100 75 Straw Hats Of All Kinds 3 50 Rata 268 300 228 1782oy150 119 100 79 50 31 Misses oxfords in pumps tan 4J260200 188 150 IM Mens Oxfords artGrey I 00 Oxford 3 29c 360 279 300 229 2 50 3 1 98 200 168 Ladies Oxfords in Tan Patent and Suede 3SO 7u2 60 198 2 00 1 48 160 1 19 Come everybody and let us prove to you how low we are pre pared to sell our goods SAM ROBINSON Stanford Hy