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J 4t lHtJNTERIOR JOURNAL i Z c t- Ir i VOLUME XXJCV1L tN i STANFORD LINCOLN COUNT KENTUCKY FRIDAY AUGUST 5th 1910 Nd ii MCreary Announces fCandidacy for Governor Man Who Can Unite and Harmonize All Factions of Party J And Win Easily in Final Election to Make Aggressive Campaign for NoniKtion W EXSENATOR JAMES B MCREARY lltrhnond Ky Ajg 4 In ir1 ti hlmlfromthe Stat lo lie their standard bean In th4next State election and tend them in the effort to redeem the Httto from a republican admlnlitra I thanofrmer Penning jMncj1 0 Me Creary today formal annnnced nlm noil an Acthe candidate for tilt demo t crntlc nomination for Governor Many P reports have been current that he would nuke the race but not until lie was completely convinced that the party wanted him did Senator Mc I 0Creat1 finally determine to respond the call which has come to him frtD democrats of all factions and all kinds from every part of the com- monwealthr 1s 01With his heart completely enlisted In the cause of tho hamonlxtng of all discordant elements In the party andP leading a successful fight for rescue of the State from republicans Sena tor McCreary will wage a vigorous campaign for the nomination and will speak In every county in tho State If necessary His two years retirement from the political arena has put him In fine fettle He Is vigorous and strong and will make an aggressive whirlwind campaign from now until the nomination le decided His head quarters hAve been opened here and will ho In charge of energetic and com t petent men Senator McCrcarys for iaa ansouSCniBt of his eandMaey Is as follows To the Democrats of Kentucky I have received so many letters requesting mo to announce that I nm u 1 candidate for Governor and no ninny democrats have In person said to me that it I am nominated I will have the unanimous support of the demo crate of Kentucky and such a large number of newspapers have published editorials suggesting and endorsing me as the proper candidate for Joy i announcelsubject to the action of the Demo cratic party I believe the party which has hon ored me so often and to which I have belonged alt my life and whose prin ciples I have ever advocated and upheld Is entitled to my best service whenever needed or demanded I have always been i n favor of straight pure democracy law and order honesty and economy in public administration and educational ad Yancenient ad my record and my efforts to serve the people faithfully and efficiently I hope and believe are well Known to the people of Ken tacky pleaBf ocratlc principles and democratic government and democratic victory In overyIfor the support OeWY brother i iulSigned JAMES U MCRKARY Richmond Ky Aug 2 1910 fIthas been two years since Senator retired as United States Senator from Kentucky alter a career of political brilliance and service 1 t fv u an oi ou Jn uuu luatorj I f the romtuonwoalth for the last batC century A gallant confederate cote Ml of cnvalhy speaker of the Ken tucky llglslature twice six times in Congress from his dlsttfct and ono Governor and his administration 10 popular and successful that he hai since been known as the model gov cfnnrMcCreary hai during his en tire career proven himself eminent the man for every call his party and people have made upon him And hit friends over the State declare with em pbasls that in this last groat mission ralltJonaJsent a solid front In the next State campaign he will accomplish that which no other Kentuckian In sight can do and prove himself grander than any service he has hitherto reu dered his party Almost sixty of the country news oCSemolrnlleleader who can lead the democracy out of the wilderness and are urging his nomination by the party ylla uo1doubtedlyfederate soldier will ever present to the people of Kentucky for such a difttlngiilihed position for the reason that tho thin gray line la fading fast and the time for Taps has come for the great majority ft lacers awi yireciors ELECTED BY WAYNESBURQ BANK FOR ENSUING YEAR At a meeting of the stockholders ol the Wnynesburg Deposit Dank of gtnlIohnensuing year Dr A K Caldwell K F Ballard Geo W Leach T J Ellis Dr J W Acton F O Uooch R Cur lls J W Wheeldoh and Stanley Me fntosh The following officers were elected for thin ensuing year L G Gooch president M E Wheeldon vice presi dent James A Hayes Vice president sad Stanley McIntosh cashier This popular little bank made a fine thawing the put six months and Isl doing an increasing business all the time Cashier Stanley McIntosh Is In Ohio on his vacation this week His place U being filled b Mr E L Gad eny nssstant cashier ot the Farmers Deposit Dank of Mlddleburg FORMER LINCOLN MAN t DIES IN LEXINGTON George Dunn who was born In this county and for nary years was a Itlzen of Stanford died In Lexing on yesterday after a lingering ill ne8S and his remains were brought to his old home hero and will be laid to est In Buffalo cemetery at 4 oclock this afternoon Mr Dunn was born In ebrtmry 1866 and was married to Ilss Lottie Elder ot Nashville Tend In 1905 and his wife two boya and two listers Mrs J T Kaliry and Miss Annie Dunn both pt this place are eft to mourn for him o A Splendid Fair PEOPLE FROM ALL OVER KEN TUCKY AT DANVILLE One of tho most successful exhjbl lions over held by that popular asso elation was conducted by the Danvilli j presentfromday and popular and efficient Secre tary Col I At Dunn saw to It that everybody had a good time Tim list of premium awards up to Thursday noon were as follows Pest dozen beaten biscuit Mist Dora Harris Mss Hcnnlo Wilson Rest loaf salt rising bread Mrs M T Long Mrs M D Scott Best loaf brown bread Mrs J A Chestnut Miss Hennle Wilson Best baked ham Mrs W If Har ris Mm Richard Best two pounds butterMrsE II Meyer Mrs George Curtis Dnst quart cucumber plcklo Mrs J H Ends Miss Eflie Taylor brat quart taxed pickle IMIss Ethic Tn lor Mrs C DL Dodson feat display Jelly Mrs Jesse Wnl den Mrs J Kimberlin host pint Kentucky grape wlne Mr Robert Harding Mrq Fisher Uaeni Beet pint blackberry WineCFL- owell Miss Anneo Tslbble Dent pint rhubarb wine Mrs Fish er Gaines Miss Annie Tribble a Bert tnramel cake Mrs J D Nlrhols Miss M D Scott b Beet white mould cake Miss Fan nil Nichols Mrs Alex Johnson Bet white ponge cake Miss 51 D Scott Mrs It L Salter Best yellow sponge eake Mrs W II Salloe Mrs R L Salter Best black cake Mrs Richard Cobb Mrs J K Farris Best marshmallow rakeMiss Anna Noel Mrs J E Farris Best chocolate cake Mra Fisher tames Miss Lillian Anderson Best devil food cake Mrs Robert Campbell Mrs Howard Vanarsdafe Best half gallon plain lee cream Mrs Will Walden Best halt gallon orange sherbet Miss Annie Trllblw Post half gallon plneappU sherbet Mrs Ara Taylor Ora J Stone Show Rings Best horse mule colt under ope year Jrrs If Baughman htE P coos Son Sd and 3- drlst mare mule under one yearn L Hubble lit Mack Eubanks 2d J if lIaugh nan 3d andIBest mule either sex 2 years adn under 3 t H Daughman 1st Harirs Woods 2d and J H Baughman 3d host mule either sex any age Mack Eubanks tat J If Baughman 2d Gentry Thompson 3d BUt marc and mule colt each to count 30 per centIt L Hubble 1st J H Baughman 2d Mack Eubanks 3d Best pair mules either sex to be driven to wagon and heavy harness J H Baughraan 1st Gentry Thomp son 2d and J II Baughman 3d Best decorated turnout driven by boy and girl under 15 years and pony leas than 14 12 hands high Robert Dunn It Allln Davis 2d Best fancy saddle mare or gelding any age Mat Cohen lit ITcRohertb Robinson 2d and T H Smiley Co 3d- Best Shetladn pony stallion mare or gelding to be driven Bland Bal lard 1st S J Rmbry 2d Best rocKAway mare or gelding any age to bo driven Mrs R T Lown des tat Hush Tarklngton 2d Mrs A E Hundley 3d Plantation saddle best walking mare or gelding any age Dan Taylor 1st Joe McDowell 2d and Walter Sanders 3d Best fancy harness mare or gelding any ageMrs R T Lowndes 1st A I Coleman 2d and Tom Bright 3d The Princess Sonia Challenge Cup donated by Mr Alfred Drennan of New York City for the best three gaited horse 3 years old and oerMrs R T Lowndes 1st T H Smiley te Co 2d Mrs R T Lowndes 3d Best roadster mare or gelding anr- oleMnt Cohen 1st T H Smiley tt Co 2d and Shirley Elkin 3d Thursday Morning Beat 1 Itif1olt either sex regis redrJohn Buster Istn E God lard 2d MrsR T Low ndes 3d nest mare and suckling colt R E Goddard let Mrs R T Lowndes 2d end W H Murphy 3d Best stallion mare or gelding one year old and under two Mrs R T iwmlea 1st Stuart Sanders 2d and high TarklnKtpn 3d Lent stallion mare or gelding 2 rears nnd under 3T H Smiley Jo 1st Mack Hughes 2d Best mare or gelding 3 years old ind under 4Mat Cohen 1st Mack fugheB 2 Best stallion 3 years and under 4 T H Smiley Co 1st Mack Hughes 2dD st mare or gelding 4 years old and overMat Cohen 1st and Mack lughcs 2d Best stalllou 4 years old or over r H Smiley Co 1st P W Ray 2d and Mack Hughes 3 i fleet roadster pony under 15 Inches driven by boy under 15 years old Hand Ballard 1st and Robert Dunn 2 SAVED FROM AWFUL PERIL I never so near my grave rites Lewis Chamblln of Manchester Ihl6 R RNo 3 as when a frightful ough and trouble pulled me down to 116 pounds in spits of many emedles and the best doctors And hat I am alive today is due solely to Dr Kings New Discovery which bmpletely cured me Now I weigh 60 pounds and can work hard It ta- ao cured my four children of croup nfalljble for coughs and colds Its lIle most certain remedy for lagrlppe asthma desperate lung trouble and all ironchial affections 500 and fl A trial bottle free Guaranteed by O- L Penny druggist IMPROVEMENTS IN- MAIL SERVICE CONGRESSMAN HELM WORKING FOR BETTER FACILITIES TO PEOPLE OF LINCOLN Congressman Harvey Helm has just received notification from the POHt1 office Department that tho two pt tltlons he tiled there for amendment ot the rural route service In Lincoln county havo been referred to tbo Chief inspector Mr Helm has taken up the matter of connection of Rum Routs No 1 out of Stanford wftl Wnynflsburg uoute No L ata ulna near tho intersection oO Stafford and- O tenh11U turnfUiw tfauld iMh f T connection be ae4pd U wrvlce be tweon StanfordRud the8duthern en of tho coUnty would bereutly Tji 1tt1 tated and mail be delleredtat lYI itosburg almost twelvo hours In vance of 0 tho time Hnw iaCu there from hero T The other route amen inent whlo the people affected desire Is conduits tlon of Ro ito No 2 out of Stanford on the Danville pike on to the tilelion of the Danville Stanford am Lancaster pikes There are many whogot their mall from Stanton along u a pise who would be greatly benefit l congressman Helm hopes to have Inspector here very soon to go over tie proposed changes and believes us canon as the feast blllty of tho changes can be seen they will be made Another ImllrO ement the popular Congressman is working on is to hav I mall clerk placed on the L N- train which reaches here from Louis vlllo at 1030 oclock In the morning and goes on to Richmond and returns here at 240 In tho afternoon An the mall service now runs letters from this section to Louisville and points between cannot leave here un Ill the G45 train Several hours would bo gained by having a mail service oni the earlier train and the change would prove a very popular one Congressman Helm is always 01 the lookout for Improvements whlct will redound to the assistance and convenience ot his constituents and he intends to exert every effort tc get these Improvements through X The Mayor of Maywood WRITES INTERESTING LETTER FROM THAT SUMMER RESORT Maywood Ky Aug 4 Editor of the Interior Journal remembered friendEnclosed find my check for U on my subscription to the I J 1 have been a subscriber to the Interior Journal for 27 years and llro Walton has often said I never was a week behind with my subscrip Won mad I see no reason why a per son should be behind with his dues on subscription to your semiweekly ns good a paper as ever was printed for a II a year Is a question t lat would puzzle Solomon In his day and generation I have a comfortable home In Maywood Ky and the best neighbors that live on earth My brother partner and special friend W F Stephenson is an exceptionally good man and neighbor honest ener KatIe and as truthful as the days are long and his wife Mrs Stephenson U truly a good woman feeding the hun Fry and donating to calls of charity and religion All the folks of Maywood are hust ling The continued rains have Injured our crops however we are blessed with health I have a pleasant home teat the depot which Is elevated 200 set above high water mark where 1 lot the pure air off the mountain tops hat can be seen for miles arouud Mr L T Smith drilled for me a well 39 foot deep rind at 35 feet struck a stream of water as cold as tho mows ot Mt Sinai and as pure as the cy gems that sparkle upon It in fact I have plenty to drink without cream of hops and red eye Should anything happen In this peaceful village worthy of your cog nizance will let you know and should our foot stein wander to this summer resort can and see mo and I will treat rou royally Your old subscriber Thos C Ball Mayor of Maywood- P S I will have to say that In my ttravels where danger to life and pro party frequently happen to the best ot us I have seen ones the auto that would put our ancestors to studying lot excusing an old one eyed horse However Mr M S Bauijhman governs UU auto with discretion worthy of a prince and my wife nnrt children are SB safe to come in contact with him on the highway as It be were la his aotlly carriage Junction City Junction City Ky Aug 4 Supt J W Rawlings is having hl Joe Wright house covered with tin ShinglesMiss Annlo jJipfora of Danville Is the guest ot her grandfather Mr W B Hansford wss Ethel atuithprn of Cincinnati hac been the guest of her grnndpar eats Mr and Mrs Ulasscoxat Mrs Knt Cooverts ior the past month Mrs ONell Slnknorn of Cincinnati wns called Sunday to the bedside oC- her mother Mrs H S Glasscox who Is very ill and will take no medicine Mr and Mrs Vm Trosper have Just returned from a visit to Mr and Mrs W L Sharpe of Anderson Ind Mrs diaries Cooverl who Is on n visit to Mrs note Coovert was sick ist weak- Dtlss Edna Gilliland will begin teach Ing the Curdsville Mefcer county school Monday Aig 8th This is o Rood first cuss school Mis Gllllland nttendedttlb Rl 1m nd Normal tills spring trot and Mrs EL Grubbs and laughter Margaret Lee attended the Sunday School convention of the CiiaUan church at Chestnut Grove Thursday Rain prevented beginning on time but the convention was a slip ceaPaflne dinner was served and for the second time Boyle county is a banner Sunday school county of Ken tucky Bro W E Frnzec of Louts vllle was present I Mr M J Metcnlf of Perryvllle wl1sl elected president Prof K L vice president and Miss Sophie Al drldge of Parksvllle Secretary Rev H C Garrison and 11 r Fred HArris and slater Miss Etta Bailee Mrs Gibbons Mrs Walden Mrs Wm Lillard Miss Alma Fitzgerald of Danville lire W J DeBnnu Wife and daughter and Mr W J Metcalf nnd wire ol Perryvllle were present President W J Metcalf of Boyle county Christian Sunday school will visit the Junction City Sunday school Aug 21st to try to make Junction City Sunday School a front rank one Mr Wm McGlrr is driving a span of horses to his buggy now Mr John Powell and mother have returned from a two months visit to his sister Mrs Kettle Taylor of Port Arthur Texas The protracted meeting began the Presbyterian church Sund yRevD- rownot Lancaster is conducting It Rev Henry Faulconer of Pennsyl tania will be here to help out Sunday Aug 7th The Trlbble House new root and the finishing of the Interior has begun Uncle Dick Dell has begun the brick work of Dr Winston Phillips house Mr R L Grubbs has just finished shingling the house of Mr James Kim herloln He also put in a Gothic win dow and built a handsome 26 foot front porch There promises to be some warm races for trustee in the neighboring districts around here Saturday The Moreland school raised Its U 3 stars and stripes last week and It means to uphold Its end of the odu Mtlonal leg this year Blackberries are hard to get here it 20 cents a gallon Mrs Will Burke Is ordering peaches from near Louisville for several par Lies here i Mrs D B Fox has bought a three months old pony colt from Mrs E L Grubbs Mr jOhn Lewis is tending six acres of tobacco for Mr A A Trlbble and the eight acres of Mr Grady Lewt- sn the old foetory lot arc the best round here Mr H Fleece Ewing of Liberty wilt rome up to the Danville fair this week HUSTONVILLE WINS In the first game of the Central Ken ucky League played at Hustonvlllu Thursday the Hustonville nine de eated Harrodsburg by a score of 1- to 2 EsteR was In the box for the Lin olnttes and was given tine support mvlg nthe visiting batsmen at his aercy Tho Hustonville boys t heir batting eyes and drove several or the Mercer pitchers to the tall and uncut Uncoln County Farm For Sale 133 710 acres of fine land on pike 5 miles front Stanford in the noted Walnut Flat section 40 acres In corn balance in grass ties well everlasttni water nt bUdlngsbut beautiful huild lag site at pike If you dont think we will sell U stand back and watch 111 give the other fellow a bargain Price 65 per acre We have other farms in Lincoln and Garrard counties Write us for catalogue if you want to sell your farm we are the men who can do the work HUGHES SWJNEBROAD The Real Estate Men 1 Lancaster Ky v ftII PULASKNIN TELLS SOMET fESTING FACTS OF TIDE WORK TO I J READERS Leslie Anderson a popular Pulaskl county boy who holds an Important position in the census bureau at Wash ington writes the 1 J sonic Interest- Ing facts on inakluz the 13th census He says To the average jltion who knuwtoilbut little about the work ot preparing the U s Census except to answer the i questions asked him by the enumeratjtor the amount Bf work done byfthu census bureau at Washington be tore the fasts and figures can be glvIy ento the public must be very vague a and Indefinite The Census Bureau Is i under the control of the Department of Commerce and Lator and employs I at present about 3iCO clerks The lawjpassed by congress providing for the i I thirteenth census specifies that the work must be completed by June 30th r 1911 So n Iargonarto thepresent fere have temporary appointments x a f their services will be dispensed v ill on or before the date fixed by I The first reduction of the force 1 v 4 occur next March and thereafter m time to tlma as the needs of tha- vrU demand There are as many or JT ire women than men employed In r Census Bureau There are same negro clerks here but their number is vary small when compared with the number of white employees The appointees come from all parts of the Lnlted States but principally from the States east of the Mississippi California sends only a few while Pennsylvania sends many Fully hree fourths of these In the census bureau have been school teachers Many of these have come to Wash ington only to work through the sum mer months during which time they can see nil places of Interest In the Capital City and will return home lu September The first appointments were given to those making the highest grades in the examination and this may explain why so many teach ers are now employed here as clerks June 30th 1912 may seem a long way ort to the outsider for the com pletion ot the present census but if does not seem so far away to one who views it from the inside and knows of the work that is to be done The enumeration returns from more than F0000 enumerators in all parts of the United States must be gone over sev eral times for errors and omissionstand thousands after thousands of let ters for Information must receive replies before the schedules are marked with final O K and passed on to tho Chief Statistician The work of the j Census is divided Into three divisions rite agriculture division has the work of correcting the farm schedules and oC collecting all ot the statistics to bo btalned therefrom The population t llvlsion counts the people and gathers the data concerning the population f 0C our country In this division there Is much work on what Is known as ard punching machines After each schedule Is fully corrected it goes totthese machines where the operators educe all the Information about each icrson to a small card by punching t ertaln symbols into the card There rust be one card for each person q h the United States and as the av rage operator can punch only about me thousand curds a day this work Clone will take 500 operators for the treater part of the twelve months i Ifter one months experience in operating the machines during which Imo they are expected to learn the details in full each machine operators placed on the piece price basis and paid 20c and 25c per hundred accord ng to the machines they used for the cards they punch Each operator must stand the loss for each card punched wrong This makes the work athcr unpleasant and much objection bas been made against the plece price bosls of pay I am In the Geographer division Whit I have learned something of the work of the other divisions In a gen eral way have tried to familiarize nyself of the york of this division la letall Does It seem that geographers vould bo much needed In making the ensue Nevertheless there are 60 clerkS to this division and 30 of them are on the permanent force and remain hero from one census to the ntxt This division must see that all peopll living In an Incorporated town ire not enumerated as living in the ountry are not returned as being IB an Incorporated town The greatest llfflculty lies principally In the West where young towns are springing up rapidlY and are being incorprated ilncethe lost census If any city has banged Its wards since the plans for To Bo Continued or Vyr T r Tftwm ItAO INTERIOR JOURlfiZL rt IFmDAT AUGUST 6th 1910 JJ lTWOr a stewt + t L filE INTERIOR JOURNAL Established 1872 VWY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY At U Per Year In Advance HELTON SAUFLEY publisher Entered at tie Post Office at Stau lord Ky as Second Class mall Senator Gore ol Oklanoma ls sightless but not so blind be could not see the nigger In the woodpile when he was offered a J25000 bribe in certain Indian land cases He says that he was told that that great statesman Vice President James S Sherman was behind the deal and mixed up in it Sherman says there Is no foundation for the story but hes pretty apt to get In the Bnllinger class verb Boon I The regular Demo raUc ticket for judicial offices in Tennessee backed by Gov Patters6n was defeated by the independent ticket by 490QO This seems to presage Pattersons defeat for replect on as governor IP o vember Looks like the Tenness ans dont endorse the pardon of Car macks slayers With Mcdreary In the race for the nomination for Governor it is realty all over Watch the quarter horses run out now Court Adjourns AFIER TWO WEEKS SESSION MANY CASES DISPOSED OF The two weeks special term of the Lincoln circuit court came a close this morning after a very busy session Since last report William Hubble and James Denham were acquitted on charges of gaming The e of Wil liam Montgomery charged with kill ing William Stephens near Crab Or chard last February lasted only a short time Judge Saufley giving peremptory instructions lor the defendant who proved clearly that he acted in necessary selfdefense- H H Padgett was acquitted by the jury on the charge of killing Green Skidmore A number of witnesses gave a strong testimony that Skid Bjore was advancing on Padgett when the latter struck him OB the head with a heavy stick which blow caused his death The jury was out about forty minutes in considering lu verdict The grand jury adjourned sine die Friday morning alter returning 27 in dlctmeta for various offenses Rowland- Mr Zack Carter of Ottumwa Ia Carter Mr O D Murphy who got his arm cut off about a month ago on the Wabash R R Is at home with bra wife and family and is improving nicelyMrs Belle Mitchell is on the sick list Mrs Georgq of Livings ton is visiting her father and mother Mr and Mrs Milford Hall and Mrs B P Martin Dr Webb of Livingston was down Sunday to see his best girl- ECZEMAA GERM DISEASE CAN NOW BE CU11BD The nedlciil ioru6lrm is nil Agreed that Eczema is a germ disease but the thing that has baffled them is to find some remdyt bat will get to the germs and destroy them Zemo the clean external treatment has soved this dlPlculty by drawing the germs to the surface of the skin and destroying the germ life that causes the diseases The whole method of treatment and cure by Ze mo Is explained in an Interesting book onthesubjeci issued by the mak ers of Zemo It tells bow to cure yourself at home of Eczema Black heads Pimples Dandruff and all die eases of the skin and scalp Call at Pennyb Drug Store for booklet and learn more about this clean simple remedy that is now recognized the standard treatment for all diseases of r the skin and scalp lrw s IALWAYS BE PREPARED i for what often happens and may happen to you at any time Fires cant be prevented To avoid Ion stantly possible losses one must be insured in a responsible com pany that adjusts cases promptly Policy holders in Fish and Penning tons companies who meet with losses are uniformly satisfied with the sct tlements they secure The public un- derstandsl this as well as we Be sat by being Insured at once Fish Pennington Stanford Ky Phone tOO A S 1 The Island of- Regeneration UI III By Cyrus Townsend Brady IKuitrtaoni by Ray Walters tCepjHiitH intbr W o Cbapnu Ccprighl U ort BrIUl- BSYNOPSIS CHAPTER LA young wosisa salt labor on a ones Uland nod a ecn tArT inhabitant a jroung whit man dreaeea like a aavage and not aWl ta speak teany known Unruac CHAPTER iime arlee uktaa Bhe find him 4a as attitude af pta r babbang AS BMOherent Jaffwi CHAPTER TH 8Mr Ante a fcwnan fcfUton and the ekeleton of a dot Bhe Vlble sad a direr box bearlnctha s Jean RPeli cbuck wash e- u peon WWBM W 4CMA1TEA iITsh1 kbearar th+riire- eiryanfp 4J en American AA fct fce was 55 bor sn tile all wb n- b11drfar tll MtidaaahhgsM twe Mftaea ring and a flog e lla- rCUTBl4 V6ne ef tae rYnai bee- raeJserlptkaJ R C to x P T nptM UM CHAJTKK VI Katharta Orestes wu a hlfhlr teeeUllsed product ef lone of- the greatest nUn on theu probUm hadatttctdwids at tention Tile ion of a nulUMllUoBatra becomes Iqla tu ted with her and be ac cede to hl proportion to put her the orlM In pracUcc With BO other cere mqny than a hand cLasp they to away to gether A few days on hU yacht rereal to her that the man only protested lofty Ideali to poeeeii her CHAPTER Vn Katharine dlicoTert that the man U married Whll drunk he attenptt to kiss her She knock Alai down lad leavte him unconeclou on the cabin floor Sbe escapes In the darkness In a tuollbe launch CHAPTER VJIITl gcllne tires withoutpffnlonUlaod during a etonn I CHAPTER IX oj I Latent Paitleni The threyesra which had WapM hd made a rut change la the relao Ufees between the man and the woman is Ute beginning and folr along time beta bid been the tfomlaint potltfoa SoiAbietately had she ruled that foh- amm she had b n a a god 80 MI Uf lr had he obeyed that to her he- ltidbeeaa devotee Race she disco ered his ductility and had begun to teach him the relationships lad tern menced to change Gradually each bad recognized the humanity of the other Together students they had naturally approached a common level Every sea knowledge she imparted to him was an abdication of some of her supremacy Every new knowledge he acquired was an Inspiration to her high levelThree years IB a short time in the educational life of a human being but she brought to her side of what was slowly developing into an equa tion the highest training a natural ability to impart what she knew an absolute devotion to the endeavor and an entire freedom from other Interests So fascinating had the experiment been that she had scarcely missed the rest of the world I wonder it he had been a woman instead of a man if that absorption would have resulted from their Intercourse- On his part he brought to bear upon the problem of learning it was soon developed an intellect which although entirely untrained was unusually acute a faculty of acquiring knowl edge as great as was her ability to im part It and a reasoning capacity which kept pace with his other qualities In deed the main thing with which she had to contend at first was his lack of application Out so E yn iii he had learned enough to enable him to rea lIze the importance of learning more she had no trouble on that score It was as if a mature mind had been brought to bear upon the problems of adolescence He grappled with things in that way Whatever she taught him he learned he mastered all and the mastery inspired him to learn more YOUCANBUY Your coalcheaper right now than any time in the year Let us fill your bins with our FO X RIDGE COAL at 13 cts per bushel Clean CoalNo Slack Phone 11 J H Baughman Co DrcdlgkwforRees storing up the iBilrBlflcant the lelsestitwAtl the tla It7 la his cells lieresnbers9 all that she taught him with unvarying accuracy His was a vigorous mentality which had known aetkiBg and upon which she wrote what she pleased To the Judgment of a man he addled the receptivity and ductility la child She had taught him first of all to speak and then to read then rudimentary mathematics such as he could do in his head There was nothing that she could devise that was practicable for writing There was no slate on the island the rock was not suitable Therefore be had sever learned to write although he knew what writing was for she had ex plained it to him and bad made shift to teach him the Arabic letters She also taught him geography astronomy natural sciences and above all his tOllbe unfolded the kingdoms of this world and the glory of them before his vision touching lightly as has been tha fashion of such unfolders apes the tottery and thasnataa His WM K singular bowled e tedced Tiara were aoma things about which ells WM ratfcat being a woman sad Os could sot tell b ai ah ila1 rlt9I tj aaeeFlnlebeadth thoupt 8Itk thlajt Oa orfor thus aver no- sofIhedepirtbiap a of Uf td its lase But the change hi Use relatloas ItItwaan the two Tore not Rrealar than the flbanga la the woman herself Abe WM BO teofw phllaiopaer That which ska bad disdsladke tfaat which ska Red abhorred she alr84Ithat which she had refused ceptad She was a ChriiUaa in M last Alone or practically so face to face with God in his world God In His Book God in humanity her spa clone ideas of life and her relationship to it bad broken down She had learned to kneel beside that man and pray She had learned to seek else where than In herself for power to enable her to live her life and fulfill her tasks Sha had sot wished to be a Chris than She had fought against it stran gled with rt agonized over It bats compelling neceulty WM upon her The convictions of Aer conversion tore the Tell from before her face dispelled the mist that hung about her She Mw herself as she WAS a Woman who wader the Influesca ef wroer ideas take conception had branded herself forever No net fa the eyes of that food whoa she bad learned to fatnot IB the eyes that Christ wham- She bad learned to love but Iq the eyes of men yet the vise a woman who was pure In heart Perhaps these thoughts and this condciouadss bad more to do wIt keeping her content ayes that her intense preoccupation In the man sad Bar work for abe tee llsed what she would have to face if she went back to the world which had mocked her while it applauded her That world therefore she nowtgan to fear The one being upon earth with whom she could be associated who knew nothing about It who could cast no stone at her she realized was the man whom she bad made aad this man looked to her almost as men look to the Divine Yet she felt that sbme day he would have to know Some day she would have to tell him What then That feeling was ever with per She constantly asked herself that question and found no an swerIndeed It was be who had taught her the truth of Christ She had not been able she had felt a strange un willingness If indeed It were possible to break down the lingering remains of faith in that man That babble of childish prayer had in some strange way caught her heart strings It Was the one memory of Intelligence that had remained to him Now that hp was capable of expression again and again he had told her of the dim recol lection of a long voyage In an open boat with a woman and some animal which she knew must be the dog He could remember nothing of the inter course between him and that woman except that she had been good to himsometimes that Is as much as the wisest recall of a motherand that she bad taught him and made him say always that prayer whoso coherency and meaning to her intense surprise she found herself Imparting to him And she could not make up her mind to take from him the reality of the only recollection that remained to himHer new belief as has been said was both joy and sorrow to her Save for her experience IB the ship she had been happier in her philosophy She had suffered grievously through her trust in it and In man but her con sciousness that eke was fundamentally rjjht in her belief had consoled her Now to feel that alb had been wrong that she had thrown away uader the leading of a false light what she could never again Ah sa Magdalene ever wept bitterer tears at the feet of Jesus thin this woman in her hours of solitude overrher kea pait her loss and shams She bad hours of solitude too Early In the life they lived she had laid down certain regulations Ha was In the formative period then and had unhesitatingly acquleiced in them So far those regulation had neither been abrogated by her Bar broken by him A cave upon the farjhar side of the Island had beta fonnd sad that was his home Thgy Breakfasted together at a certain hour which ha told by means of too sin and she by her althfal WatehTh aornjDg was spent In study la tat afteraoon they sep rated each Mi4g it in aoxsordaace with 1ndlfdMi preference but Jie rigorously keg to U aide and Ike to her aide of tk1 UeMtf dvkc the I parted Ormtai dWiaf11rl1aataM M d IIIC ttedarafeed larked which WM his and which was hers atglc M a they at ads ttepUauaUI + TBlM had te ba this way else We would hate been unendurable They llT d on the natural products of the bland which were varied and suffi ciatly t to fulfill all dietetic requirementan She had also taught him things not learned from books Among them truth honor duty and dignityall the virtues liar Instruction had been first that which was natural ethical merely but afterward it had grown spiritual Unspotted from the world he and she washed white she hoped and prayed in spite of spots they lived a life of idyllic Innocence Yet because he has a man and she was a woman strange fires glowed beneath the outward calm strange Ideas and desires and thought rose from both hearts This was inevitable Her original relation to the man had been Due of so great superiority all to be fatal to the early detelopeeat ot soy feeling but the maternal RveH stow vrhiebueocltlentralalag and Ster frataropp rtitiUaa aiten iAlI IIerra MBisa that to beriapafM1vlw ill mifiiam mwtaumm 4 aM Xpper tualtia ae stood quito a Mre vita ta papa had Jus eaJtyaeVJkar chBeet ha night bar alata- Ma Mae IdsaUn ataa to 6rtattbeut him to woafarr 0aa trblt4on the Y8IfIeL Me kfi w his to btt a brillUBt 48d4via 4 hit to be a knightly tol Phytteally ta face sad figure BO more fpIeadM Baaa uatrtasBeltd by base convention arcr stood upon the earths surface Once and strength ta barony that was as striking al It waa full of cbara She bad BO opportunity to tat his courage for BO physical danger ever menaced them But ba believed la his manhood thoroughly The woman had bad bitter expert eaca with love Following what she believed to be the highest inspiration she bad wrecked her life and brought herself to this pus The revolt la bar soul at the thought of tilt can who had BO degraded her or who had to taken advantage of isM Igfcoraue and Isaoeeacte core letetaea they were covered br a Cost daaee of kaowledga atfd epbttleatloe soa to allow bar to dagrida herself convinced her that what she badmi takca tat dlrina light was snit a file flra BB igalt fatuar which bad led her late the marsh and tlQitgh at illse- sad shame Bha loathed the lIt- MUaat man She bat loathed wbea slleliad been thrown upon list islpd the thought of all et1ThII aaa bat given back her eeeMdeaee li her kind yet teaictiBai she woadtrtd whether that caaadeace were war ranted ar sot becaute of Atm Suppose be should come ta touch with the world what rould happen Was ba too capabla pi breaking a vWQ mans Cart Weald be do Itt Washer the heart What would the toll tog touch of tha sordid conditions under which life was lived at the had knows It do for him Would he ttlll be unspotted t Would he think her the same She bad taught him many thing But how should he learn to fight temptation temptations with which he had no experience which never came to him she fondly dreamedYet had confidence in him She had confidence in GOd and vie cannot have confidence in God without some confidence In man The convert toots true Therefore the believed She was confident that he would rise su preme In the face of every test She wondered if the teat would ever be applied to him if the would be there to- Ie She found herself praying for affirmation In both matters Her belief in him would only be belief founded upon hope until he had been tried There was a doubt about him that must be resolved tho must resolve Jt She could never be satisfied in spite of her belief until she had done po The very fact that she thought to keenly upon tho subject that the was to interested and en grossed in the situation was evidence to harhat ho crcd more cr the man than she bad dreamed it possible And what of him For once her in tuition failed her She wanted to see him tested and tried she wanted to see him tempted sad triumphant but he wale all of that in those very hours in which she fancied him so unthink lag It never occurred to her that he might entertain an earthly passion for her She still from ancient habit believed herself BO far above him that uch an ambition would have been lit tie lees than sacrilege to him She lulled herself to sleep with that Idea She believed she knew ef course that all that was needed was a sug geitlon from bur To love is the lot of man This man had gees no other thlI1JerJt she said ute word it would be aesonpllsked She held the only key to his heart her band could unlock it oa the instant She- foriiotthe matter key and the Walter Hand He bad atfo11edt11at strange trembling that used to take him whenever he touched her but the could feel bit pulse beat use throb when by chased there WM any contact even of the casual between them Sometimes he bad asked her strange ques tong which she had put by and some times the caught him looking at her in strange way atnt the blood to her skin and sometimes turned her pale Yet the lived la the fools para elise She did not awke to the potsl BtlitiM of that which the had made his 4tys4mar aperehatlea of him had not kept parf t m bit apprehaa alas of her To her ha WM hill ta some degree the ar a4ura that be en- dobTo C9J1 ullJI f t h WALK OVER SHOESr A tl TII WI Aretoday the most extensively adavertised footwear in the world 4 Pt 1i ty big statement but it is true Manuitfactured in every leather used in foot iC wear and inalmost every style conceiv a ratable at 350 4 450 and 5 thetutpair We believe them to be the best wearing and best looking mans shoe made today fawi r a H Je McRobertsrf Idel 4 r v t fxti 4 iDlio I in G L Penny R H Cotter E R Coleman Ics reap Sola Water Phosphates Grape Juice And a Large List of Genuine Thirst Quenchers At PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky JLBeazleyCo Undertaken and Embalm nIen Also Dealers in Fur allure MattingsRugt They will exchange Furniture for alt Kind of Stuck Give Them a Call Prices Right TAfrPOKD KENTUCKY Harry JacobsDe- aler in end Manufacturer of Marble and Cranito Monuments Markers and Pone 0 meterr and Lawl- IVuelaDd Mtteei Office and work Me Kinney Ky J C McClary JaTANFOftD Otiee rhaMwr Heath Pbon Xr W A TRIBBLE 1Furniture sad Undertaking IDay Phono 28 Phone 133 Stanford KenturKy CONCRETING ti c WI are In poeitloa to do all kind ol eon ending uoh a Block Work Pavements ahoueyoU promptly and guarantee art class pricetHltorllPHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky t When Hungry GOTO- Qartpp Restaurant Laneaateri street Htallford X Menu served at all hours op to llMr x Best place In wajfor a good qJetmeal Cooking to snit our customers our specialtyaSplendid new lino of fancy Orooerie 1 not Coffee Bandwlcbe pie Buttermilk and iweet milk etc at all time We A CARSON Prop B D CARTERNewLlverv DepotStreetPhone 00 STANFORD KENTUCKY lIJ 1lRIDAY INTERIOR JQUKNAfi PAGE THKEE AUGUST Mh 1910 Z t THE 1t r 7 v q 11 i dW 1 b 365 Buys any of our selftrimmed handtailored Wash Suits that are worth 500 SKIRTS Skirts For Bargains our Sale on You will need one of for and September and at the we offer it costs you a little more than you have to pay for the making of Suit are this and are in and SEVERANCE SON Stanford Kentucky I Far ft ft There Is a now line of 25c box pa Talues at Pennys Drui 1peraepeclal PERSONALS- Mr Will Bright Thursday In I vI1le- I dIll Margaret Hopper Is IBIUng r S Juralh1 e lluetonEi week t I i Roberta Bruce and Susan Lee Blaln ot Hustonvllle are visiting the Mlssei Mils i Mrs J N Saundefs and little daugl i tw Sophie left Wednesday for a week stay at Crab Orchard Springs r A little son arrived Tuesday oven lag at the homo of Mr and Mrs n R Baufley Ho has been cbrll ned i icorgo EnRlenmn Baufley for Mrs Sauflcya father and her husbands j brother George B Sauflcy who died March beat Mr and Mrs J C Hays bavo returnee from a several weeks stay at Wattle Creek Mich Prof J W Ireland is nt Crab Or I chard this week leading tho mush during the revival services at the Christian church I 1ka Suo Beth Jame returned to Crab Orchard on Wednesday after R Peasant vita to Miss Sallle Bunlctt T Mr a Woods ot CincinnatiI as boon tJlo guest or his mother Mrs Adella Woods With his sister I Miss Mlntiio Woods they spent several t d XClt Crab Orchard Mrs W H Shanks was called to Richmond On Wednesday by the Harm i ng condition of her sister Mn C B HBrittaln who Is very 111 with typhoid I fever I Mr George O Menefee who Is travil tog out from New York Is at homo Iror a visit to bis Parents and many IWends 1 Messrs M F Elkln of Lexington and John L Elkin of Danville Tere the gnesU of their sister Mrs D P iilulfmann W O Hopper went to Mt Sterling this morning Mrs J C McClary is spending 11 tow days at Crab Orchard Mr WD McKinney is out after i bad attack of rheumatism Miss Patsy Prewitt or Lexington is the guest of friends here Mr 0 T Thowpsoqof K clusko Miss1i vUJUns DJV JT W Penfllngton t MM J L Totten returned on Wed nesday from a visit to bet relative la lfeed rion Kfc MJ Jilabelje Baugli add chlldrci Have returned to their home In New Albany after a visit to Miss Cyrcni in Highland Miss Mary Chestnut and Miss Nancj Wood of Marksbury visited Miss Ella Barnette and Mrs S B Robinson at Hustonvllle last week Mrs Katherine Spicer of Knoxville arrived Wednesday to bo the guest of Miss Elizabeth Jackson Misses Ama Darker and Blanche Barnelto attended a delightful housi party at the homo of Miss MamU North this wook Miss Kate Davis Rancy of Stanford who Is visiting Miss Scarcy at Law renccburg spent the day In this city Frankfort News Mr Greenberry Bright has renter the Warner property on Logan avenue and will move his family to it whet Mr W A Yager and family the present occnpapts move to the plnc on Danville avenue recently bough by Mr Yager The latter will mak extensive Improvements on his pur chase Mr Sam and atoll contemplate movlh to Louisville Mr A 0 Robinson nan returned tc Lancaster after a visit to his daugh ter Mrs J B Paxton Miss Jean Paxton returned with him SIn J B Smith and baby of Mor rard Ga is with his parents Mr and Mrs Tom W Gooch the West EndThe Alcorn Will entertain at cords next Wednesday afternoon from 3 to C oclock in honor of Miss M Dermott the guest of Miss Berta Jean penny nod Miss Fields J O OOf OOOOOOGv 0GI 0 tS G OVERd3 a OF Mies i ssf- l Ofords I 1l it w Ii 1 59 a WORTH 250 a jl 1tif Cummins earen N i STANFORD KENTUCKY V J This store is the home of Hart Schaffner Marx clothes tlEilftiEit0Eir fiQlEfk iJ z jbten Hunting rR Mrs J W Ireland is spending sever I al days at Crab Orchard Springs Miss Lucllo Is visiting rein liven and friends at Bowling Green Irs John Denny wbo ban beer very sick for about two months with spinal nienlngltlls Is improving Mr G E Lutes the hun atocl breeder is on tbe sick list i C O Smith of DUnnTllle is the guest of bin aunt Mrs 8 J Dell MUi Ora Wllllamipf HuBt6nVlle Js aJsq with her for a pleasalnstay Miss Ruth bulberoon of loving ton Miss Edna Camnltz and Mitt Alice Stags of liuBtonvllIe and ftisi Prances Cooper of this fifty art house party guests at Mrs Walter Vanandall on the Lexington road In Boyle during the Danville fair Misses Jennla Warren and Either Durch wero charmingly entertained while visiting Miss Owgley and Mrs Bush In Lexington The Lexington Herald baa the following accounts Miss Linda Owsley and Mrs Itlch aid Bush entertained Friday at theft home on Ashland avenue with a recep tion in honor of their guests Miss Es lie Burch and Miss Jennie Varren ol Stanford The home is beautiful and added attractiveness was given by splendid growing fern in banging baskets and jardinieres and quantities of white and pink flowers pink glad loll and phlox and marguerites in the library pink gladioli in the dining room And tinning and phlox in the hall The front veranda with rugs screens baskets of ferns and green furnishings made the entrance most inviting Mlu Owsley wore a gown of white chiffon Mrs Bush was gowned in cream batiste Miss Burch in white crepe de chine over silk and Mtoa Warren pink crepe and lace Fruit punch was served In the li brary Mrs Lillian Watts Smith and Mrs Lewis Boswortb presiding and others assisting the hostesses were Mrs Thomas Owsley Mrs Waller nodes Mrs Price Flshback Miss Let ty Brown Miss Elizabeth brown Miss Amelia Hamilton and Mrs W P Web tonTbe refreshment table in the dining room was decked with an Immense basket of pink and white gladioli and asparagus plumosa surrounded with pink shaded candles in silver holders and silver dishes holding rosebud bonbon and cakes The Ices served were also molded as pink and white flowers About one hundred guests were pros cnt for the charming affair Mrs Lewis Bosworth also enter tamed for the two charming visitors A WOMANS BACK Tne aches and pains will dicappca If the advice of this Stanford CItizen It Foilowed A womans back bag many ache painsMost tis the kidneys fault Back ache is really kidney ache Thais Wiy loans KtilnVy Illls tllre it Many Stanford womta know thh Rend kwhat on bas to ear About It J Hubbell Ijiccasttr St SttnYord Ky Ayy 1 Mridw the Donas Klddey PlllH beIpcdhiv amy I therefore have not the least best tation recommending thew off- Jddnea were disordered for tinle and though ray Condition most Constantly and Bdinetlnied wasI jfonmi BeatouiJaAeu MM ed a great My back a hednllc- aDle so lame that it was a effort for me t6 stoop There were also other symptoms of Kidney coal plaint that caused me distress Since using Doans Kidney Pills procured at Shugars and Tanners Drug store all these troubles have disappeared and my health has Improved For sale by all dealers Price 50c FosterMilburn Co Buffalo N Y sort agents for the United States Remem ber the name Donna and take no other THREE CORNERED FIGHT In a three cornered shooting affray en Rlchland Creek Knox county Wm Williams white was killed and James Parrott colored watt fatally wounded John Bolin a stock buyer surrendered to the authorities and claims that he shot the others in self defense The men had had previous coun11trAlter the fight Boll telephoned to officers in Barbourvllle and awaited their arrival to arrest him OME KENTUCKY FAIR DATES Harrodaborp Aug 94 days Brodhead Aug 173 davs August 17 18 and 19 have been ee ected as the dates for the Perryvllle lair v- Shelbyville Aug 231 days London Aug 234 days Nlcholasvillc AUg 303 days Barbourvllle Aug 313 days Monticello Sept 63 days Glasgow 284 daya State Fair Louisville Sept 126 lays Stock an our meature taken b a tailor of ex edence Then your business lull or the noeit erenlna elotbeiwlll have that Individuality and nt which plainly Indicate they were made to yonrmeainre I will alto take your meat tae lor troner fancy top coatil and overcoats Uprlng and Hummei temples on band ready for your Inspection H C UUPLKV The Tailor HtsnfordKyH I Honored Women When a woman speaks of tier silent secret suffering she trusts you Millions have be stowed this mark of confi dence on Dr H V Pierce of Buffalo N Y Everywhere there are women who bear witness to the wonder working curing power of Dr Pierce Favorite Prescription which save the tuffrrinf tex from fain and successfully irspples with ti earns weak nesses and stubborn lilt IT MAKES WEAK WOMEN STRONG IT MAKES SICK WOMEN WELL No womans appeal was ever misdirected or her confidence misplaced when she wrote for advice to the WORLDS DISPENSARY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION Dr R V Pierce President Buffalo N Y tat Ptllet Induce mild natural towtl mavtmtat sap f do I BUY MY TOOLS FROM weH HIGGINS STOP IN AND SEE IF HE HASNT SOMETHING YOU WANT w on all 10 to 25 per off to the Wanted White lady for companion Good home Apply this office 1 J Fresh 8 etc at Hortons restaurant tor residence on Danville avenue Mrs M A Wallace Big lot beds and felt mat tresses W A Tribble r 1 Rooms for rent alto stable Mrs L D Cook Nice line of rockers carpets and lln eoleums at old time prides Tribble Car load or receiv ed W H LOltAt faira pocket book contalng about J76 in checks and a 5 bill Name In hack Reward for return to W M Duncan Stanford 453 3 i b 1BraidtrimmedWASH Cutprices Wash centlaccording grade dont forget about August Wash Suits these Suits August wear price them would a- Wash They seasons goods correct material style OOOOQOO TO W YlfAr Spring Summer olothewhetberalowI- r1ee by Stanford Kentucky Short Local News pig SaleMy fine treBbllmejust Weeks Balev1 co nuuu a warn w street In Stanford Ky the troeiaga of lot large enough for another btdld ing lot All necessary outbelldla srEverything In good repair Price 12750 A bargain see L R Osstoes I Stanford Ky i I Mothers have you tried HotlistertRocky Mountain Teat blexilnrtd the little tuteatkMr I a away summer 3laka tUao sleep and TannerjHhugars and There will be a eating of the Bsf faro Spring fishing Club on Jl evening Aug 8th at 8 oclock to tletSoffice G D Florence for ttet Wrpostf of reorganizing A full wet i qulred T W Pennlngtan s cyiHows ThisjWe over Om IluoCnd noUn ntmtd Iw ease of Ottrrb tint tallao by avid bc MrG- 1Narrb eve F J CNFNEYa0illeeaa- we the underttoKl bam knm f I baytar the Uit Iran awl betkeJlhNAeeYrb orabl In all builntM uacMellocM and aravhtr tMt to tarry out liT obiirauon inul art Ms met WALDINO KINXAH A MAKTM WbolMole OKenaett bleb 0 lIalll catarrh Cure la takes MMrnjUr aaKStrictly upon tbe blood and mucoui aufama5 OB d ijntrm TntlmonlaU Sent free Price 7t xa tcbottle Poll by all Drutrtru Tate llaUf Family PUla for eocrtlpatloo Are DoctorsAny Good J C i Foolish question Yet some people act as if a edic3ne i could take the place of a doctor The best medkane to the world cannot do this Have a family doctor coasutt him frequently trust him fully If we did not ibeDeve doctors endorsed Ayers Cherry Pectoral for coqghs aid i holds we would not offer it to you Ask your doctor Net Alcohol in this cough medicine jCAyerCoLot e ifwecIId Rot kline doctors endorsed Ayers PiUs for conttipaUoii bWwe eaalafu headache we would Rot ofer them 1o you Ask your own doctor about iii 1 rCUTPRICE TiMi t It Along with other lines of ttJ t summer goods we are male ing SPECIAL PRICES on all MMons Summer Suits I If now PRICE isiis any inducement I aqT W E PERKINSCRAB F I KENTUCKY rfr t wlr err Lrsrr t SL IR Hughes T W Humble W O Martin 15FENTIQFF f On any Oxford in our store t Ton fig Gent Off I r Ion all lawns batistes and Isilk mull Also big reduc 1 tion in a lot of short length summer silks suitable for waists scarfs etc HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions ShoesI LSTJNFORD KENTUCKYI i J 760E YOUR Till INTERIOR JOURNAL FRIDAY AUGUST nth Ul4 t t 7 r Dont Forget To Attend Thej I MERCER COUNTY FAIR J AT HARRRODSBURGAugust 9 10 11 and 12 1910 E E Ii w a See De = About I Frait Jars Fruit Jar Rings and Capre will make you WI a Special Price I mHi7JOd I A LeL SANDERS Ilft Crab Orchard Kentucky m 1EEE s H rowowewowtwewowewowoworowoworewewewewowowoooey WWaBK a5ii 0c eo o- SB o r Eureka Portrait CIgi 1i JT u 82H r ii- S 101 J II 0 Js prepared to FRAME PICTURES at prices lower than the Ij 1011Jlecl from Ivo jjfromour facirry Office in Inter Ii jUtiorJournal building jjj I StSanlOrmpehnvsnwoerorerororasorawoworowoworooresowore 0 A grerJYUw oreW YwererV aowOrowewowowwo owprowaw water best covered outside or ORD KY feed buaiaesa IlEAUTY tN THE KITCHEN j lt Dir Uirgery on the plumbing work let iw fbr up yours the smiling uettfta kitchen lady will be rwrardC Mea tell us they gift tall Kore punctual meals since we tftStr srfter the kitchen plumbing JisrDrystrwoxsld too If you employe- dtsraessluec tK WARNER M tStanford K- yI YOUR CHANCE For A BARGAINThis J j 2425 See GEO H FARRIS If you have anything to sell in the STOCK J LINE Take to Nunnelleys New Stock Yards He buysand sel a every day in the year except Sunday Bring on your stock Best market in the State with pleat ofY eei aid pen of Lofliavilld Lexington 1ST We also do general hitch and and your better St- ewNriw wTHE HARNESS YOU PUT ON YOUR HORS regulates the amount of work he an- do Homaybe the Ktrongeat in the world yet he cannot pull an ounce morr than the harness will stand Our work harness will stand any strain pet a set and your horse can exert his full strength In your ser- vIce Get your stable implements and blankets hers too JC McCtARY SntptqKy l fh If U SOMETHING OF INTEREST TO YOU Fine Lincoln county tobacco farm of 100 nerd 1 mile from railroad town school and churches on good road CO acres In high state of culti vation suitable for corn wheat grass tobacco Corn made 50 bushels to the acre wheat 21 bushels to the acre Tobacco last season netted 3140 to tho acre This is practically a new farm not old and worn out land lies two good dwelling houses ono with three rooms and porch tho other a log house of three rooms nad porch has a No 1 stone cellar wood house bug gy house 2 good barns corn crib wagon shred and nil out buildings has a No 1 orchard good water for nil purposes the best fenced farm In this part of tbe country 60 acres of this farm Is In timber worth one half the price asked for farm Wheu I say timber I mean good timber and not culled over timber This farm will be Bold at a bargain if sold In the next 00 days Why pay real estate ngonU big commission Duy direct from owner and Save money It Is Impossible to describe this farm In this small notice You should see It and the ad antflRe of Its worth If you want a farm wrlto me and learn more about this farm- J M Reynolds IL It No3 Waynes burg Ky ITCH RELIEVED AT ONCE That terrible Itoh disappears with the lint drops of a simple compound of oil of wintergreen thymol and glycerine mixed In D D D Prescrip tion This soothing healing lotion used externally kills the eczema germ Instantly Heretofore the D D D remedy has been sold only In it bet- ties but as a special offer any sufferer In this town who has never tried D D D can now try this remedy In a special bottle at 25c It cures the Itch Instantly We know this Shu gars Tanner dj rtglsts H B Northcott LANCASTER KY BUYER OF ProduceIHens 10llc Eggs 1213c Fryers tlc Turkeys per lb7l0cDuc- ke per Ib78cRoosters per Ibi5cHid-es per Ib7cFeath-ers lIMOc Ginseng per lb JSOO Yellow Root per lb313125LI- ME AND SALT FOR SALE OR IN EXCHANGE FOR tRODUCE We can please you Phone 153 Free Sample Aids Old Mon cdtictivity thehumanchanges chief of which is in the di geStive organs ularlyandcontlpatlonaftereatlnlfopenandas to get them to again do their work purgefullo JUlt as well aofvarloubeettheymild gentlo pleaunttastlnA laxative thorequlrmentlchildren and yet is effective enough for handledItcontiOrmnneysendlend you a sample chargeI dltplaclhc all for thn mfr of stomach liver end ofiycqaHemltodMuee They have tested it end kn4X lu thtfamilYpleasedtodeclre for yourself or family pertaining to absolutelyfree detaiLForname end address on a postal card or otherwise For either request the doctors address Is Dr W B CaldweiLfUOOCaJd wH bttlMtetr IlL f AFARMERS DEPARTMENT snleWFor sale Thoroughbred Durncs pair 16 hand mules and a family hone II H Crow Shelby City Ky 4C4 tthoatsJohn Cook Stanford FARM FOR GALE SO acres 1 12 mlloi west of High land Well watered fenced 35 acruu under cultivation Price reasonable J A King Stanford R It 3 Box 05 J H Baughman will have n biz public sale of his string of show mules brood mares and other stock on Aug 31 Watch tor full details In ad later H D Stiles has sold hU farm of 150 acres near Dryantsvllle to Mr Klkln of Garrard at JIUJ30 an acre Fur Sale22 good cattle weigh about 1000 pounds John Lutos High land Ky 138 For Sale Several flue Jersey cows and heifers registered and high grade and two registered bulls a Shetland pony by Blue Eye Pony buggy and harness Lock Box 1G1 Stanford For Sate ISO bales of timothy hay 100 barrels corn 1 seven yoar old work mulo 1 yearling horse mulo young registered Duroc Jersey boar A W Carpenter Moreland Ky For Sale 864aore farm about 7 lulles from Stanford 100 acres of fine bottom land as good as you cnn find IP Lincoln county The upland Is good The while farm in well fenced and nover falling water there being Uo good cisterns at the door a t room dwelling two tenant houses two stock barns and new tobacco Tarn 96x36 2 corn cribs granary Ira house buggy house etc Will 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 U Hughes Plato Culllp of the Waynesburg sec Uon Is the boss corn and tobacco far mer In the southern part of tho county He Is getting line crops this year and challenges any grower In the lime Grass to produce finer samples than he can show He invites all who want to see some really high claad com and tobacco to come to his home and eat a big country dinner PRESIDENT HELPS ORPHANS Hundreds of orphans have been helped by the President of the Industrial and Orphans Home at Macon a who writes to We have used Elec tHe Bitters In this Institution for nine years It has proved a most excellent medclne for stomach Iver and kidney troubles We regard It as ono of the best family medicines on earth It invigorates all vital organs purifies the blood aids dl elton creates appetite To strengthen and build up pale thin weak children or rundown people It has no equal Best for female com plaints Only 60c at Pennys drug store 11 WONT NEED A CRUTCH When editor J P Sownan of or nouns N C bruised his leg badly It started an ugly sore Many salves and ointments proved worthless Then Oucklens Arnica Salve healed It thoroughly Nothing Is so prompt and sure for Ulcers Bolls Bun3 Bruises Cuts Corns Sores Pimples HctciUii or piles 25c at Pennys Drug Store MULE COLTS WANTED I Will be in Stanford MONDAY AUG 8 TO BUY CARLOAD Mule Colts Will Pay the Highest Cash Market Prices For Same JOE H J0RDON CUT FLOWEHS FOR SALE I can furnish the public with the best ai well ai the rmhett of cut flower plant of all kinds bulbs flowers on short notice Alto make 6 specialty of wreaths for for funeral purposes In connection above I have alt kinds of vegetables on band at reasonable prleOJlRI8TMAN GREEN UOUI4ES En lteanennPaoaStnntord y Ai COST VJ i Clearance Sale Of I 1 Clothing Oxfords Straw Hats Odd Pants SUITS 23 Suits at 1698 2250 Suits at 1593 20 Suit at SJ39C 18 Suits at v 11198- JS Suits at 998 1250 Suits at89B10 Suits at 3 698 3 6 Suits at 398 OXFORDS 4 Oxfords at 329 350 Oxfords at279100 Oxfords at 1229 250 Oxfords at 6198 200 Oxfords at168 J HATS 3340 Hats at16JJ3 atn28250 3118 2 Hats Hats at 1 Hats IIt79PANTS 17 Pants ti35486 Pants at1485 Pants 33tI Pants at 3295 3SO Pants t2683 Pants at 228 J 250 Pants SAM ROBINSONr Stanford Ky I Greer RiVet Camp Meeting AT JUMBO j FOUR MILES FROM McKINNEY KY WILL BE HELD ON AUGUST 26 to SEPT 510B- Y= REV CHAS D TILLHAN t THE WORLDWIDE KNOWN SINGER AND EVANGELIST OF ATLANTA GEORGIA IfOthers will assist In the meeting This help our meeting la Ujp boat VfCodpr1lahto I wish to bur or rent anent please apply 10 days before meeting liegtH1e A dining hall and lunch stand will be run for the boncfit ot the pfepl Purpose this meeting Is run tot the positive salvation of lost btiuualty not a time gathering place Uo propose to run the meeting oRder ly and not allow drinking or any mls hehat lor We want that men Hoe the wrath to come and prepare tomect God We believe In Slid preach 1 hjlmeas of heart and life but our meeting Is clear of fanaticism nod th doctrine that we hold la the one that saves men and keeps thorn saved revealed In our Inward and outward life Are you coming De sure to como rent you a tent or build you n cot tage and stay nil through the meeting You will never regret It further particulars addreas C W Lovoll Stanford Ky DrJ t J Prank urtder McKinur Ky or JSFJlespectfully Clarence J Sipple Sec London Ky t IF YOU ARE WELL POSTED on timber we dont need to tell llouofits good qualities You have found then1 out fpr yourself itIS the man who knows little about It wo want to reach If you are ono we want to say moat emphatically that the best lumber Is by far the cheap est and that ours is the best to be had AW6lEk tulfKtl Ky i Hats Hats at t48150 119 ODD atf at 64 at 198 for and big For or FINE FARM FOR SAlE J Located on the fctnnrord anil tit tenhelm pike containing 138 12 acref well watered one hundred acres fnv f grass 50 acres for wheat This laid produces fine tobacco corn and whealI A fine young orchard of one hundred I bearing fruit trees a modern now sly i room house cistern at door cellar aa J all necesary outbuildings two tenant bouses largo barn new silo free mil delivery three hundred yards to school 1 12 miles to union church Will make terms easy W P Ilal ti Stanford Ky Box 41 Phone 8 rinfy I Notice For tho next 20 days wo wll pllI our tobacco hogsheads at mJU ati 1110 each We also have soma flPJ i white and brown leghorn cockqfoU for sale Kluge Mountain Wanljjj y- Mimi oJ 1 K1ag8 Motntaln Ky i t ti