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M'Creary Announces Candidacy for Qovernor UTL P II in P ; JU mai nno Un unite ana Harmonize All racuons A Splendid Fair KEN- IMPROVEMENTS IN MAIL SERVICE CONGRESSMAN FOR BETTER Junction City. i MAKING THE THIR TEENTH CENSUS PEOPLE FROM ALL OVER TUCKY AT DANVILLE. ot rarty Make en :S ; j 0 'A. I Leslie Anderson, a yspul.ir Pulaski oln..hom, of Cincinnati, guest of her grandpar county boy, who holds an Important Mrs. lilasscox nt Mrs position In the census bureau at Wash Aggressive Campaign for Nonhaion ior the past month. Ington, writes tho I J , sonic intereat-ln- g Mrs. O'Nell Slnknorn, ot Cincinnati, facts on uiakluz Hi 13tli census was called Sunday to the bedside of her mother Mrs II. S Olasscox who He says' To the average '.Ifjen who knowi, is verv ill and will take no medicine Mr nnd Mir Wm. Trosper have Just but little about the work ot preparing returned from n visit to Mr. nnd Mrs. the U s Census except to answer the questions asked him by tho enumeraW L Sharpe, of Anderon, Ind. i Mrn Cliarloa Coovert who Is on a tor, the amount of work done by 'fSrQJ' rf-avisit to Mrs ivato Coovirt was sick tho census bureau at Washington before the facts and figures can be givlast weik. Miss Edna Ollllland will begin teach en to the public must be very vague beconnection be .cu:rd, rvlco Mercer county and Indefinite. The Census Bureau is tween Stanford and tho Southern end Ing the Curdsvllle school Monday Aug. Stb. This Is a under the control of the Department of tho county would be greatly faciligood first class school. Miss Ollllland of Commerce and La' or, and employe tLLLH tated, nnd mall be delivered at ssssssbssLssssssssss vr attended the Richmond Normal this at present about 3,'iuO clerks. The law rassed by congress providing for Dip almost twelve hours In ad- sprine Un'ens ' . W-- ' Prof and Mrs E L. Grubbs and thirteenth census specifies that the blackberry wine C. T vance of tho time It now reaches I)et l.owel, Mls Annee Tslbble daughter Margaret Lee attended the vv orl: must be completed by June 30th Dent nlnt rhubarb wine Mrs. Fish there from here. ?nndiv School convention of the 1912. So n large part ol the present The other route nmetmment whluh er Gained, Miss Annie Trlbble Christian church at Chestnut Grove fcT e have temporary appointments, ' I Jest isssssssssssssssssssss. b BssLHslssssssr iL9sssssssssssLB I cake Mrs J. n. the people aflected desire Is continuaTjsssssssLH Nichols, caramel IJ. Scott 'Ihursrtay. Rain prevented beginning I a ' their services will be dispensed Miss M Ro-itk No. 2 out of Stanford, 'WLHIssssssA I v i on or before the date fixed by Ilest white mould take .Miss tan- tion of on tlnu' but the convention was a on the Dinvlllo pike on to the Juncnic Nichols, Mrs. Alex Johnson. Tho flr3t reduction of the force fine dinner was served nnd for t Bet white pongo cake Miss M. II tion of Die Danville, Stanford and I occur next Marchfand thereafter the second time Bojlo county Is a H J. Salter Scott, Mrs Ijincaster plke3 There aie man hanper Sunday school county ot Kenm time to time as tho needs of the Ilest yellow sponae eake- - Mrs who get their mall from Stanford n; demand There are as many or II Sallee. Mrs It. L Salter tucky tiro W E Krn7ec, of Louisa pKc who would be great-- ville, was present. Uest black cake Mrs. Illchard Cobb nl'mn re women than men employed In congressman Helm Mrs J K Farrls benefit . .. Mr M J Metcalf. of Perry vine was " ' Census Dureau There are some Ilest niarshmallow rake Mla3 Anus hopes to have Inspector here "ry elected president, Prof K L. Grubbs, is clerks here Noil, Mrs J K Farrlsl i 'gto small when but their numberthe compared with Host chocolate cuke Mm. Fisner boon to go over tie proposed changes, vice president and Miss Sophie Ai- vry dalnes. Miss Lillian Anderson Robcr and believes is sonon as tho feasi drldge, of ParUsville, becretar The ap n iiher of white employees. Host devil food cake Mrs bility of tho changes can be seen, thoy Rev. II. C. Garrison and .lr. tred pointees come from nil parts of the anarsaaie Mrs Howard Camplell. vtIII be made. Hnrris and tlster, Miss Etta Sallee, Lnlted States, but principally from Hest half gallon plain Ire cream-- Mrs Another Improvement the popular Mre. Glbbors, Mrs Walden, Mrs. tho States east of the Mississippi Will Walden Congressman Is working on. Is to have Wm l.lllard, Miss Alma Fitzgerald, California sends only a few while Hest half gallon orange sherbet Miss Annlo Trlbble a mall clerk placed on the L. & N. of Danville, Hro. W. J. DeBnnn. Wlte Pennsylvania Fully sends many. sherbet-M- rs. 1'est half gallon pineapple train which reaches here from Louis- and daughter and Mr. W. J. Metcalf s of these In the censu3 Ara Talor, Ora J Stone. ville at 10:30 o'clock In the morning nnd wife ol Perryville, were presenL bureau have been school teachers. Show Rings Hest horse mule colt under one yenr and goes on to Richmond and rePresident W. J. Metcalf, of BoIe Many of these have come to Wash - Jirreg H naughmnn 1st; K r turns here at 2 40 In tho afternoon. count v Christian Sunday school will Ington only to work through the sum& Son 2d and 3d Wcmls As tin mall service now runs, letters Ult tho Junction City Sunday school mer months during which time they Test mare mule under one year Louisville and Aug 21st to try to make Junction can see all places of Interest In the D. M'CREARY. EX SENATOR JAMES H L, Hubble 1st: Mack Eubanks 2d; from this section to points between cannot leave here un- City Sunday School a Iront rauk one. Capital City, and will return home in J 11 Haughman 3d. Itlrhn.ond, Ky Aug 1 In anrer 'fn I a'ruou coin li.n: lih Matory Heat mule, either sex 1 year and til the C:4: train. Several hours would Mr Wm. McGIrr Is driving a span September. The first appointments to the call whirl) hab come to luni of the commonwealth for the last half under 2 J II. Daughman 1st and 2d; bo gained by having a mall service on of horses to his buggy now. were given to those making the highcentury. A gallant confederate c6Io- - John Pepples 3d. rrom democrat In evory section of Mr. John Powell and mother have est grades in the examination, and Best mule, either sex. 2 years adn the earlier train nnd the change would nel of cavalhr, speaker of the Kenunder 3. J H Daughman 1st; liarirs prove a very popular one. (hi Slate in be their standard bearer tucky llglslature returned from a two months tlstt this may explain why so many teachtwice; stx times In & Woods 2d; and J. H. uaugnman .sa Congressman Helm is always ou to his sister Mrs. Hettle Taylor, ot ers are now employed here as clerks. In tho next SUte election, and iooiI Tongress from his district and once best mule, either sex any age-M- the lookout for Improvement which June 30th, 1912 may seem a long Port Arthur, Texas. Eubanks 1st; J. H. Daughman them In the effort to redeem the Governor and his administration so will redound to the assistance and The protracted meeting began the way off to the outsider for the compopular and successful that' he has 2d. Gentry & Thompson 3d Irom a republican administraSunday, Rev. pletion of the present census, but If licit mare and mule colt, each to convenience of his constituents, and since been known as the "model gov count so per cent it. i nuunie ist; he Intonda to exert every effort to Presbyterian church tion, ofrtnor Senator Jnme B Brown, or Lancaster, Is conducting It. does not seem so far away to one who McCreary has during his en- J 11. Haughman 2d; Mack Eubanks 3d r opinr" formally tnnonred get these Improvements through. Rev. Henry Faulconer, of Pennsyl- views It from the Inside and knows ot proen himself eminently Hest pair mules, either sex to be an active candidate tor the demo- tire career vania will be here to help out Sunday the work that Is to be done. The driven to wagon and heavy harness the man for ever) call his party and cratic nomination for Ooernor Many people have made upon him And his J H. Haugjynan 1st; Gentry & Thomp enumeration returns from more than "The Mayor of Maywood" Aug. 7th. son 2d and J. It. uaugnman isx. The Trlbble House new roof and the F0 000 enumerators in all parts of the report have been current that he trlends over the State declare with em Best decorated turnout driven by finishing ot the Interior has begun. United States must be gone over sevwould make the race, bat not until phasls that in this last grat mission boy and ulrl under 15 years and pony LETTER INTERESTING Uncle Dick Dell has begun the brick eral times for errors and omissions, Robert WRITES hands high he was completely convinced that the of reuniting the discordant and fac- less than 14 FROM THAT SUMMER RESORT work of Dr. Winston Phillips' house. and thousands after thousands ot lettional elements of the State demo- Dunn It; Allln Davis 2d. party wanted him did Senator Dest fancy saddle mare or gelding Mr n I. Oruhba has lust finished ters for Information must receive refinally determine to respond cracy once more so that It shall pre- any age Mat Cohen 1st: McHoberUt Maywood. Ky., Aug 4. shingling the house of Mr. James Kim- - plies before the schedules are marked to the call which has come to him sent a solid front In the next State & Robinson 2d and T. H. Smiley & Editor of the Interior Journal re- berlaln. He also put In a Gothic win with final O. K. and passed on to tho Co.. 3d. from democrats of all factions and all campaign, be will accomplish that friend Enclosed find my rinv nnd built a handsome 26 foot Chief Statistician. The work of Oae pony, kinds from every part of the com- which no other Kentucklan In sight or Dest Shetladn drivenstallion, mare membered Hland gelding to be check for U on my subscription to front porch. Census is divided Into three divisions. can do, and prove himself grander monwealth 1st; S. J. Kmbry 2d. the I. J. 1 have been a subscriber to There promises to be some warm The agriculture division has the work With his heart completely enlisted than nny service he has hitherto renDeat rockaway mare or gelding any Journal for 27 years and races for trustee In the neighboring ot correcting the farm schedules and iifie to be driven Mrs. U. T. Lown the Interior In the cause of tho hamonlxlng of all dered his party des 1st; Hugh Tarklngton 2d; Mrs. Dro. Walton has often said I never districts around here Saturday. of collecting all of the statistics to be Almost sixty of the country newsdiscordant elements In the party and A. K. Hundley 3d. The Moreland school raised Its u obtained therefrom. The population was a week behind with my subscripleading a successful fight for rescue papers of the commonwealth of demoPlantation saddle; best walking tion and I see no reason why a per- S. stars and stripes last week and It division counts the people and gathof the State from republicans, Sena- cratic faith, have said that he Is the mare or gelding, any age Dan Taylor his dues means to uphold Its end ot the edu ers the data concerning the population McDowell 2d and Walter son should be behind with tor McCrcarj will wage a rigorous leader who can lead the democracy 1st Joe 3d catlonal leg this year. subscription to your of our country. In this division there campaign for the nomination and will out of the wilderness, and urn urging bonder fancy harness mare or gelding ou Blackberries are hard to get here Is much work on what Is known as Dest as good a paper as ever was printed If his nomination by the party. His any age Mrs. H. T. Lowndes 1st; A. speak In every county In tho State a gallon. for a II a year, is a question tjiat at 20 cents card punching machines. After each necessary. His two yoirs' retirement candidacy, It Is said by many, will un- J. Coleman 2d and Tom Bright 3d. In his day and Mrs. Will Burke is ordering peach- schedule Is fully corrected it goes to The Princess Sonla Challenge Cup would puxile Solomon polltlcil arena has put him doubtedly be the last, that a confrom the I have a comfortable es from near Loulsv Hie for several par by Mr. Alfred Drennan, of tronoration. these machines where the operators In flno fettle. He la vigorous and federate soldier will ever present to donated three-galte- d home In Maywood, Ky., and the best ties here. people of Kentucky for such a New York City, for the best reduce all the Information about each strong and will make an aggressive the My horse 3 years old and over live on earth. Mrs. D. B. Fox has bought a three person to a small card by punching now until dlKtlngulshed position, for the reason Mrs R T. Lowndes 1st; T. H. Smiley neighbors that whirlwind campaign from brother partner and special friend W, months old pony colt from Mrs. E certain symbols Into the card. There His head- that tho "thin gray line" Is fading fast Ac Co. 2d; Mrs. R T Lowndes 3d the nomination Ir, decided mare or gelding any r Stephenson is an exceptionally L. Grubbs. Dest roadster must be one card for each person quarters have been openod hero and nnd the time for "Taps" has come for Mr. jOhn Lewis Is tending six acres In the United States, and as the age Mat Cohen 1st, T H. Smiley ic good man nnd neighbor, honest enerwill ho In charge of energetic and com the great majority Co, 2d; and .Shirley Elkln 3d. getic and ns truthful as the days are of tobacco for Mr. A. A. Trlbble and operator can punch only about petent men. 8enator McCreary's forH Thursday Morning. lit the eight acres of Mr, Grady Lewis' regis-terw- l long and his wife Mrs. Stephenson -.i one thousand cards a day, this work Sest ucH'ins rolt. either sex. !ssiinrmnt n( hl randlriary nun-prare the best Oicers aM Diretitrs in the old r.tury John-- ' Buster 1st; "R. E God truly a good woman, teedtng tne nlone will take 500 operators for tho ts aa follows dard 2d; Mrs."R. T. Lowndes 3d. and donating to calls of charity around here. To tho Democrats of Kentucky R Ewlng of Liberty, greater part ot the twelve months. mare and suckling colt Mr. H. Fleece religion. experience In I have receled so many letters re- ELECTED BY WAYNE8BURQ BANK E Dest Goddard 1st; Mrs R T Lowndes 2d and up to the Danville fair this After one months FOR ENSUING YEAR. questing me to announce that 1 am u All the folks of Maywood are bust- will rome Murphy 3d operating the machines during which and W II. Governor, and so many week. candldato for Dest stallion, mare or gelding one ling. The continued rains have injurtlmo they are expected to learn the At a meeting of the stockholders ot year old and under two Mrs. R. T domocrats have In person said to me ed our crops, however we are blessed Rank, of details In full, each machine operator If I am nominated I will have ihe Waynesburg Deposit that HUSTONVILLE WINS Lowndes 1st; Stuart Sanders 2d; and vith health. I have a pleasant home basis and the unanimous support of the demo- Waynesburg, Ky, the following gengame of the Central Ken- Is placed on the piece-pricTarklngton 3d In a law crats of Kentucky, and suchpublished tlemen were elected directors for the Hugh stallion, mare or gelding, -- near tho depot, which Is elevated 200 tuckythe first played at Hustonville paid 20c and 25c per hundred, accordLeague hest ensuing year; Dr A K. Caldwell. It years number of nowspapers have and under 3 T H Smiley & feet above high water mark, whoro I Thursday, the Hustonville nine de- ing to the machines they used, tor Dallard. Geo. W. Leach. T. J. Ellis. editorials suggesting and endorsing of 7 Go- Dr J W Acton. F O Oooch, R. Cur- Co, 1st; Mack Hughes 2d. years old get tho pure air off the mountain tops feated Harrodsburg by a score the cards they punch Each operator tno as the proper candldato for Dest mare or gelding 3 to 2. Estes was In the box for the 1 have decided to announco seen for miles around. vernor, thnt tis. J W, Wheeldon. and Stanley Mack that can be was given tine suppoit, must stand the loss for each card and and under 4 Mat Cohen 1st; that I am a candldato for Governor, Mr L. T. Smith drilled for mo a havig nthe visiting batsmen at his punched wrong. This makes the work 2. The following officers were elected Hughes stallion, 3 years and under 4 subject to tho action of the Demo-cratlwell 39 feet deep and at 35 feet struck mercy. The Hustonville boys i Dest rnthnr unnleasant and much objection L. G. Gooch, party. for the ensulnR year H. Smiley & Co , 1st; Mack Hughes a stream of water as cold as tho their batting eyes and drove soveral has been made against the piece-pricI bellevo the party which has hon- president, M E. Wheeldon, vice presl T. the tall and ot ML Slnal and as pure as the of the Mercer pitchers to ored mo so often and to which I have dent. James A. Hayes Vice president, 2d years old basis of pay. gelding uncuL Dst mare or Cohen 1st 4 and Mack snowa belonged all my lite, and whoe prin- and Stanley Mcintosh cashier. gems that sparkle upon It In fact Icy 1 am In the Geographer division and over Mat upThis popular little bank made a fine Hughes 2d. ciples I have ever odocated nnd I have plenty to drink without cream While I have learned something of the held. Is entitled to my best servlco showing the past six months and Is Liicoln County Farm For Sale. work of the other divisions In a genDest stalllou 4 ypars old or over of hons and red eye. doing an Increasing business all the whenever needed or demanded T II. Smiley & Co, 1st; P W Ray 1n of time. happen In this favor I have always been Should anything eral way; have tried to famlllarUe Hughea 3. law and straight, puro democracy, Cashier Stanley Mcintosh Is In 2d and Mack worthy of your cog myself ot the work ot this division In Dest roadster pony under 15 Inches, npnceful village, honesty and economy in public Ohio on his vacation this week. His land on pike order, acres of fine 133 boy under 15 years old nlxance, will let you know and should detail. Does It seem that geographers nlace U being filled bv Mr. E. L. Gad- - driven by and educational administration and Robert Dunn 2 your foot steps wander to this summer 5 miles from Stanford, In the noted would be much needed In making the ad my record nnd my ef- ben y, nssstant cashier of the Farmers' Dland Dallard 1st 40 acres In corn are 60 resort, call and see me and I will treat Walnut Flat section. forts to serve the people faithfully Deposit uanK of AtiuaieDurg. SAVED FROM MVVUU PERIL everlasting census? Nevertheless thereJO of them and efficiently, I hope and believe, are Your old subscriber. balance In grass, lies well, clerks in this division and my grave," you royally. build well known to the people of Ken- FORMER LINCOLN MAN "I never felt so near C. Ball. Mayor of Maywood, water, no buildings, but beautiful permanent force, and retucky. DIES. IN LEXINGTON, writes Lewis Chamblln, of Manchester .Thos. I will have to say that In my lng site at pike, If you don't think wt are on the p. 3. when a frightful I shall be pleas-oi main here trotn one census to the At tho p roiier time Ohio, R. R. No. 3 "as to make speeches In behalf of demGeorge Dunn who was born in this ,nnh nd luna: trouble pulled me travels, where danger to life and pro- will sell It stand back and watch in nexL This division must see that all ocratic principles and democratic county and. for many years was a down to 115 pounds in spits of many perty frequently happen to the best Klve the "other fellow" a bargain people living in an Incorporated town government and democratic victory In citizen ot Stanford, died In Lexing- temedles and the best doctors. And one, the auto, that Price 65 per acre. are not enumerated as living in " every part of the state and In every ton yesterday after a lingering Ill that I ara alive today la due solely to of us, 1 have seen We have otner larras in uuwuiu country are not returned as being In county, if desired, and I will be grate- ness and his remains were brought to Dr. Klng'a New Discovery, which would put our ancestors to studying, counties Write us for ful for the support of my brother his old homo here and will be laid to completely cured me. Now I weigh aot excusing an old one eyed horso. and Garrard an Incorporated town, The greatest It democrats. rest in Buffalo cemetery at 4 o'clock 160 pounds and can work hard.croupul Uowover Mr. M. 3- - Daughman governs catalogue. difficulty lies principally In the West (Signed) JAMES U. MCUKAUY this afternoon. Mr. Dunn was born In so cured my fourv children of of a It you want to sell your farm we are where young towns are springing up colds, its his auto with discretion, worthy Richmond, Ky., Aug. 2, 1910. February 1866 and was married to Infallible for coughs and my wife nnd children are the men who can do the work. rapidly and are being lncorpratd It has been two years since Senator Miss Lottie Elder, ot Nashville, Tenn., the most certain remedy for lagrlppe. prince and HUGHES A SWINEBROAD, s two asthma, desperate lung trouble and all M wife to come in contact with him and since Die last census It any city uaa McCreary retired as United State In 1905 ant his wife Hwbry and Miss bronchial affections. 60o and 11. A oa the highway as If he were In his The Rsal Estate Men, sisters, Mrs. J. T. changed lu wards since the plans for Senator from Kentucky, alter a canwr Annie Dunn, botn- - pt this place are trial bottle free. OuaraBteed by G Lancaster, Ky. (To Be Continued.) family carriage. political brilliance and service left to mourn for him. L. Penny, druggist. ot jWd Win fcaMly in rinal fcleCtlOn, tO ssssssssssLV laHsLHHsisssY' ,mP8llWBJ vlvH IkW sssssssssssB'sW (BBH IHHH One of tho most successful cxhlbl-I- f tlnns ever held by that popular asso- datum, wn conducted by um nanvmo ,n'r 'his week Crowds were present Kentucky every ( from all over Central Arm nnmilnr itml nfflrMnnt Hprro. 1, M tnrv, Col Dunn saw to It that overybody hod a ood time The list of premium awards up to Thursday noon were ns follows Host dozen beaten biscuit Miss Dora Itntrln, Miss Hrnnle Wilson Rest loaf salt rising bread Mrs M T Long. Mrs M II Scott Heat loaf brown bread Mrs. J. A. Chestnut, Miss Hennle Wilson Host baked ham Mrs W II Harris. Mrs Richard Cobb. Host two pounds butter Mrs. B. II. Merer, Mrs fleorge Curtis IJnst quart cucumber plckto Mrs J H Knds, MIm Effio Tnjlor I est quart mxed plcKle i.miss Kino , Mrs C M. Dodson Host display Jelly Mrs Jcsso Wal- den Mrs, J. Klmberlln. Pent pint Kentutkj Rrspe wine-- Mrs Hobert Harding. .Mrs. Fisher rip-lnr- Junction City, Ky., Aug. 4 Supt J W Rawlings Is having liU HELM WORKING Joe Wright house covered with tin PULASKIAN'TELLS'sdNfiTTNTeR". Shingles ESTING FACTS OF THE WORK FACILITIES TO Miss Annlo . .an f ford, of Danville, Is the guest ot her grandfather Mr. W. K PEOPLE OF LINCOLN. Congressman Harvey Helm has Just tecelved notification from the Host- offlco Department that tho two pe titions lit; filed thero for amendment ot the rural routo service In Lincoln county have been referred to the Chief Inspector. Mr. Helm has taken up the matter ot connection of Hum! Route No 1 out of Stanford, with Wnnesbnrg uoutc No. 1, u. a plnie near tho Intersection of S'.acford and UUeiihelm urnir .e. t suld such TO I. J., READERS. Hansford. ..ss Ethel hac been the ents Mr nnd Kat CoovcrtK, t. Way-ntsbur- g I HJfT e n W 4 . h " - Ji three-fourth- ack Ht-M- o Mm-Rel- 2 Dal-lar- d semi-weekl- r- y lt e s, c e 0 d two-boy- jPAOB TWO. pwftpVW INTERIOR JOTJWUtt . t m FRIDAY AUGUST Mb 1910. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL. Established HVHBIY 1872. TUESDAY At II AND FIUDAY Per Year in Advance. SAUFLEY The Island of HELTON PublUhtr Stan- Regeneration Altered at the Tost Office at ford, Ky., as Second Class mall. Senator Gore, of Oklanoma, By Cyrus Townscnd Brady but not so blind he could Illustrations by Rsj Wiltert woodpile" not see the "nigger In the when he was offered a fSi.OOO bribe in certain Indlnn land cases. He says ink; w 0 Cfcarnu.) (ftprlf kt U Orwt BNUIa.) that he was told that that great SYNOPSIS. statesman, Vice President Jnmes S. and Sherman was behind the deal CHAPTEH L A jreung wemaa ut en a lonely laland, flnda a oH. mixed up In it. Sherman says there aahoraInhabitant, a yournr whit man. tarr , and not aal U no foundation for the story, but eree Ilk a ravaa-ais epeak ia any known Unruasa. he's pretty apt to get In the Balllnger CHAPTER H.-- Sri eclee t class very soon. Hat. gh finds hlra la an atlitua babknag aa taeehtrent find The "regular" Democratic ticket tor ..CHAPTER III.- -i a kaaeaa Strleton and Ui ak.Uten of a dec. Bh ' - Vlbl judicial offices in Tennessee, backed aad a tUvar boz baarinf the aav by Got. Patterson, was defeated by data k .Jafcat Revafl ChtnMok. ,wuk.a , Woee.hat the "independent" ticket by 40,000. .. CKAtTXR tonetaa that .her ajid Skat fc jilpit in an Amark-an- . This seems to presage Patterson' deas governor In No- we lat aahort an tke latent wbaa ft feat for, hlMj Maar tha aKaletbaa ah Bad tw vember. Looks like the Tennesseans MfSaaa' rl a and a doc llr. don't endorse the pardon of 'CHAPTKK "V. On ef th ring bear aa lMfrtfUa "J. R. C. to U. P. T. BaaL slayers. , M. UK.- (CYp-rl.- Jar. ' rl tlsaJ taMatoffsj, ,the ikeeery, lathis brafa cells. II remembered all that she taught him with unvarying accuracy. Ills was a powerful, vigorous mentality which had known nothing and upon which she wrote what she pleased. To the Judgment of a man he addled, (be receptivity and ductility 67 a child. ....-- She had taught him first of all to speak and then to read; then rudimentary mathematics such as he could do In bis head. There was nothing that she could devise that was practicable for writing. There was no slate on the Island, tho rock waa not suitable. Therefore ha had never learned to write, although he knew what writing was, for she had explained It to him, and had made shift to teach him the Arabic letters. She also taught him geography, astronomy, natural sciences, and above all, history. She unfolded the kingdoms of this world and tha glory of them before hla vision, touching lightly, aa has been the fashion of such unfolders, up the misery and the shams. Ills waa a singular knowledge indeed. There were soma thing about which fee waa reticent, being a woman, and .Some' thing' she could not tellhlaret tfalaj Cae ef the tural Bui tha change hi the relations between the two Were not greater than tha change ia the woman herself She waa no longer a philosopher. That which aha had disdained, ah admired; that which she had abhorred, she loved; that which she had refused, she accepted. She was a Christian in belief as last Alone, or practically so, face to face with Ood in his world, God In His Book, Ood in humanity, her specious ideas ef 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. She had not wished to be a Christian. She had fought against it, straggled with it, agonised over It, but a compelling necessity was upon her. The convictions of her conversion tore the veil from before her face, dispelled the mist that hung about her. She saw herself aa she was, a woman who under the influence of wrong Ideas, false conceptions, had branded herself forever. No. not fn the eyes of that Ood whom she had learned to- feat, not In the eys that Christ wnoea she had learned to love, but In the eyes of men; yet she, was a woman who was pure in heart. Perhaps tbsse thoughts and this consciousness had more to do with keeping her content even that her intense in the man and her work, for she realised what she would have to face- - if she went back to the world which bad mocked her while it applauded her. That world, therefore, she nowvtf$gan 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 realised was the man whom she bad made, aad this man looked to her almost as men look to the Divine. Tet she felt that some day he would have to know. Some day she would have to tell him. What then? That feeling was ever with her. She constantly asked herself that question and found no an- MisakBessWlc ability was rod44ew: for all tha years of his life ha had net beea storing up the Insignificant, the .TT.-re- n :bmsi afi;i.Defftc a,aaa,;.wim;imagia o,u4BBa,'n i period. CfW dividing Ilea Clearly tabHsatd akt ddrteod started which waa hi and which waa her. A'wWywC MB W0T BWv Aft IB WW PAaeadt th ' tlm ttogetbetihi conrpfaa. tioa until the rest period arrived. Thing had to b this way else life would have been unendurable. They lived on the natural product of the Island which were varied and sufficiently abundant to fulfill all dietetic requirement."" r-She had also taught him things not learned from books. Among them, truth, honor, duty and dignity all the virtues. Her Instruction had been first, that which waa natural thlcal 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 Ufa of Idyllic Innocence. Yet because he waa a man and she was a woman, strange fires glowed beneath the outward calm, strange Ideas and desires and thoughts rose from both hearts. Thts was Inevitable. Her original relation to the man had been on of so great superiority a to be fatal to th 'early development ot any feeling but the maternal. Kvefl now b possessed the superiority which association with her kind, her longer training and tar greater. opportuaKle had 4v ha;; And yetahe ,euU aiaty recognise that to Impartial .Tiw jNrHflL JUL ltBHSjr'f 1 pVBBK vM Br a I ' dlrTavEd'jaiaLTSTSTSTs' 3: I- m KCISTUKO , SnEawK'weSSr -- h. WALK Are, to-day -- OVER SHOES & ii mougni or mesa mora for these were soate thtsfes at Ufa and na- n-- 's With McCreary in the race for the CHAPTER VT. Kathartn Bmln wu en ef nomination for Governor, it is really a ntfhly fpclalBd product of wrtUng th aratat unlT.r.lU.a. Har x probltm had attracted irld' atall over. Watch the quarter horses on th tention. The aoa of a run out now. becoma Infatuated with har, and ah d Jr ao-e- Court Adjourns AFIER MANY SESSION TWO WEEKS CASES DISPOSED OF to hi preposition to put har practice. With Bo othar p thajr go away to than a tether. A fw daya on hla yacht ravaala to har that th man only profaaeed lofty Idaala to poaaaaa bar. Iri cr-mehand-claaarin le CHAPTER dlacorer The two weeks' special term of the that tha man la married. Whll drunk Lincoln circuit court came a close h attampta to klaa har. Bh knock hire, him unconeeiou on tha this morning after a very busy session down aad leave eecapea In floor. She tha darknaaa. Since last report William Hubble and cabin gaaollna launch. on In a James Denham were acquitted Wilcharges of gaming. The case of liam Montgomery, charged with killing William Stephens near Crab Orchard last February, lasted only a CHAPTER VUL-- Th raaelln. aire short time, Judge Saufley giving per- otK and th alith day flnda har without prerialon. Sb emptory instructions for the defendcaat aahsra on an ant, who proved clearly that he acted Uland during a alorm. in necessary s'elf defense. CHAPTER IX. H. H. Padgett was acquitted by the Jury on the charge of Wiling Green Latent Passions. A number of witnesses Skidmore. Th threa jears which had elapsed e save a strong testimony that bad mad a vast chant in tha relawas advancing on Padgett when tions 'between the man and the woman. the latter struck him on the head with In the beginning and for a long time a heavy stick, which blow caused his hers bad been the dominant position. death. The Jury was out about forty Soi absolutely had she- - ruled that to bias the had been aa a god. So enminutes In considering its verdict. grand Jury adjourned sine die tirely bad he obeyed that to her he The had been a devotee. Once she discovFriday morning alter returning 27 ered his ductility and had begun to for various offenses. teach him, the relationship had commenced to change. Gradually each had recognised the humanity of the other. Rowland. Skid-jnor- wife and family and Mr. Zack Carter, or Ottumwa, la,. Carter. Mr n n Mnmhv who cot his arm cut off about a month ago on the Wabash, K. K. is at nomc wiui nm Is improving Mrs. Belle Mitchell Is on the sick list. Mrs. George. Martin, of Livingston, is Waiting her father and mother Mr and Mrs. Mllford Hall and Mrs. B. P. Martin. nicely. Sunday to see his best girl. Dr. Webb, of Livingston, was down ECZEMA A GEK.M DISEASE CAN NOW BE CURED The medical i.ioresMrin is nil :iKree! that Eczema is a germ disease, but the thing that has battled them is to find some remdyt hat will get to the germs and destroy thera. Zemo, the clean, external treatment, has soved tills difficulty 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 Zemo is explained in an Interesting book onthesubjeci Issued by the makers of Zemo. It tells how to cure yourself at home ol Eczema, Blackheads, Pimples, Dandruff and all diseases of the skin and scalp. Call at Penny'b Drug Store for booklet and learn more about this cleau, simple remedy that is now recognized the Btandard treatment for all diseases of the skin and scalp. kept pace with his other qualities. Indeed, the main thing with which she had to contend at first was his lack of application. But 0 SSyu Si he had learned enough to enable him to realize 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. premacy. Every new knowledge he acquired was an inspiration to her high level. Three years Is a short time in the educational life of a human being, but she brought to her side of what was slowly developing Into an equation 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 knowledge as great as was her ability to im part It and a reasoning capacity which Together students they had naturally approached a common level. Every new. knowledge she Imparted to him waa an abdication of some of her su- Kf A fllVrMWPk YOUCANBUY Your coal cheaper right now than any time in the year. km taPTXJgtBwMt -- ALWAYS BE PREPARED, for what often happens and may nappen to you at any time. Fires can't be prevented. To avoid possible losses one roust be Insured In a responsible company that ndJusU cases promptly. Policy holders in Fish and Penning-Urn'- s companies who meet with, losses are uniformly satisfied with the settlements they secure. The public this as well as we. Be safe by being insured at once. v MA'mm&" i4r y V Let us fill your bins with our FOX RIDGE COAL at 13 cts per bushel. Clean Coal; No Slack. Pennington, At an ford, Ky., Phone 200 Fish & Phone 11. J. H. Baughman& Co. heraelf to this pass. The revolt In her soul at th thought of th man to-da- y. who had so degraded her, or who had so taken advantage of her Ignorance and Innocence the more complete emee they were covered by a confidence of knowledge aad sophistication aa to allow bar to degrade herself, convinced her that what she had mis '4 taken for divine light was only a false fire, an Ignis fatuos which had led her iato the marsh and slough of slime and shames Bbe loathed the thought of that man. Bh' had. loathed, whett ah had been thrown upon that Island, i Iht' thought of all men. This one 1X1 had given back her confidence In her R. H. Coffey G. L. Penny . R. Coleman kind. Tet sometimes eke wondered whether that confidence were warranted er not because ot him. Suppose he should come In touch with the world, what would happen T Was he, too, capable ot breaking a woman's heart? Would he do It? Was bar's the heart? What would the soiling touch ot the sordid conditions under which life waa lived, aa she had known It. do for him? Would he still be unspotted? Would he think her the same? She bad taught him many things. But how should be learn to fight temptations, temptations with which he hud no experience, which never came to him, she fondly dreamed. Vet she had confidence In him She had confidence in God, and we cannot swer. In God without some Indeed, It was he who had taught have confidence converse, too, In man. her the truth of Christ. She had not confidenceTherefore The believed She she been able, she had felt a strange un- is true. would rise suwillingness, If indeed it were possible, was confident that he preme in the face ot every test. She to break down the lingering remains If the test would ever be apof faith in that man. That babble of wondered plied to him. If she would be there to childish prayer had, in some strange praying for way, caught her heart strings. It was see. She found herself Her beboth affirmation the one memory of Intelligence that lief In him In would matters. be belief only Stanford, Kentucky. had remained to him. Now that he upon hope until he bad been was capable of expression, again and founded again he had told her of the dim recol- tried. There waB a doubt about blm be resolved; sbo must relection of a long voyage In an open that must solve it. She could never be satisfied, boat with a woman and some animal, in spite ot her belief, until she had which she knew must be the dog. He IV. so. The very fact that aho could remember nothing of the Inter done thought so keenly upon the subject; Furniture anil Undertaking. course between him and that woman rfaffij; so interested and enexcept that she bad been good to that she waa Day Phone 28. grossed In the situation was evidence him sometimes that Is as much as to Night Phone 133. f aeaX the wisest recall of a mother and man than she had dreamed It possible that aho bad taught blm and made him aLLLafcLa. itallMaatL jVBPH Stanford, UenturHy. of blmf For once her InAnd say always that prayer whose co- tuition what her. Bha wanted to see failed herency and meaning to her intense she wanted to tested and surprlso she found herself Imparting htm him tempted tried; triumphant, but to him. And she could not make up see waa all of that aad those very hours in her mind to take from him the reality he which she fancied htm so unthinkUndertakers and Embalm of the only recollection that remained in ing. It never occurred to her that he ers. Also Dealers in Furto blm. Wrnrrln noiltlontodoallklndi o( might entertain an earthly passion for auch aa Ulock Work, 1'oYemtinta niture, Mattings.Rugs. Thej Her new belief, aa has been said, ber. She still, from ancient habit, be-- J and. in mot, we can make any thing from a will exchange Furniture tor was both Joy and sorrow to her. Save lleved nerseu so rar aoove mm mat aoUMdowntoafnce po.t. W ean aorre run nrumutlv ind .uKr.nfMi n,.t.u.. for her experience in the ship she had such an ambition would have been litall Kind o Stock. Give work and material, (fall and act our prlcea been happier in 'her philosophy. She tle less than sacrilege to him. iwiora you buy your material at leait. Them a Call. Price Right. She had suffered grievously through her lulled herself to sleep with that Idea. D. - KENTUCKY trust In it and in man, but her con- She believed, she knew, of course, STAMf-OU8tanford, Ky. sciousness that she was fundamentally that all that was needed waa a rgbt in her belief had consoled her. from her. To love Is the lot Now to feel that she had been wrong; of man. This man had seen no other that, she had throws, away under the than ber. If she said Uje word, it Ialer In and ManulHctuier ct leading of a false light what she could would be accomplished. She held never again Ah, ne Magdalene ever the only key to his heart; her hand Marble and Granite Monuwept bitterer tear at the feet of could unlock, it on the instant. She ments, OO TO Jesus than this woman in her hours forgot the master key and the Master Markers and l'o.li, Oometery and Lawn V we. and heltet.. Office una works, Oaraon'a Ileitanrant LaneaUer, of solitude over,hr mistaken. past, Hand. Btreet. Ky. BtanJord.K. her loss and shame. Meals served at a) I hoar, np to 11 M r, m, He bad controlled that atrange She bad hours ot solitude, too. Early trembling that used to take him whenBeit place lu wnjor a good quick in the life they lived, she had laid ever he touched her, but she could meal. Rooking to suit our customers onr specialty. down certain regulations. He was In feel hi puis beat and throb when by Upltndld new Una of fancy the formative period then and had chance there was any contact even Oroocrlei, unhesitatingly acquiesced in them. So of the casual between them. SomeUot Coffee, Bandwlch., plea, Uutt.r milk far those regulations had neither been time be bad asktd her strange quesand tweet milk, etc., at all tlmaa, abrogated by hr nor broken by him. tion which she had put by, and someA cave upon th farther side of the times she caught him looking at ber V. A. CARSON Island had beea found and that was In strange way tat aent the blood to his home, Tbfy breakfasted together her skin, and sometimes turned her at a certain hour, which hn told by pale. Yet she lived In the fool's parameans of th tun and she by her dise. She did not awake to th possifaithful watch. The Btomjng was spent bilities of that which (he bad made New Llverw. In study. In th ateraoon they sep- him bacauae ber apjrahaaales of him Depot Street, each M4itg U ia accordance had sot kept paai 1pm Us aparehen- arated, with Individual prWtreaoe, but h Phone 96. tea of hr. To m Mill to undertaker and Imbalmer. e U sj aad she to rigorously -STANFORD, KENTUCKY. j KY. th her side ot th Ifaftki dwln tTo vt coBtaue.j. lUw oas mu,w, he stood quit Ma a level wHh har. Perhap bad k enjoy. Mr chance 'he might have s4aod hlgkef;. Bh to Ideaiia ,Mea, to draastt about him, to woader. 0k oa th vera of passion. Beta kawa! to be a brilliant sslad. She etvined knlgbUy soul. Physically, hla to be in face and figure, no more plejeid man, untrammeled by base convention, ever stood upon th earth's surface. Orace and strength mingled in harmony that was aa striking aa It waa full of charm. Bbe had no opportunity to test hla courage, for no phyalcal danger ever menaced them. Out she believed in his manhood thoroughly. The woman had bad bitter experience with love. Following what she believed to be the highest Inspiration ah had wrecked her life and brought bgn trW4 the most extensively advertised iootwear in the wGrld. A pret- ty big statement, but it is true. Manu- .ii ,Tf 4 factured in every leather used in footwear and in'almost every style conceivable at $3..50, $4, $4.50 and $5 the pair. We believe them to be the best wearing and best looking man's shoe made ft H. J. McRoberts. . r7i trtirwwMrirsfmMmtBr'tw'M''ff' Ste9J9C9XCKKXUCKKS&JS& Ice Cream Soda Water Phosphates Brape Juice And a Large List of Genuine Thirst Quenchers At PENNY'S DRUG STORE, M EBBB&3&BBeEEBR J, L.Beazley&Co., lQsaCBKaAV J . A. TRIBBLE. CONCRETING it. : , PHILLIPS BROS., n Harry Jacobs, When Hungry J. C. McClary, Prop.. -- B. D. CARTER, ki ., .. str.i , .. . gTAFODf . rtei.. FRIDAY AUGUST Mh 1910. T1IE INTERIOR JOURNAL. rAOE THUKE 3' Vfhen You Are Hunting fc M S3.65 hand-tailore- Buys any of our self-trimme-d, st .i j d Wash Suits that are worth $5.00. $3.85 Buys any of our handsomest Persian and Braid-trimmSuits that are worth $7 to $8.50 WASH SKIRTS. Cut-pric- es on all Wash Skirts 10 to 25 per ccnt-off- , ed according to the grade. For Bargains don't forget about our August Sale on Wash Suits. Wash Suit. You will need one of these Suits for August and September wear, and at the price we offer them it costs you a little more than you would have to pay for the making of a. They are this season's goods and are correct in material and style. SEVERANCE & SON, - Stanford, Kentucky, WOMAN'S DACK. ! I iJlLvIllc. ' Mill Jno. W U. Hopper went to .Ml. Sterling There li a new lino of 2Sc hox special roluos at Penny's Drug this morning. Mm. J C. McCtary In spending a Kid's. few days at Crab Orchard Mr. W U. McKlnney u out after n PERSONALS. had attack of rheumatism. I'atcy . iuuiiuh; ill Is Miss guest ofPrewltt, or Lexington, llrlnkt .. I.i. I. Mr U'lll uiiitt r,..v Th friends here. tho pa-i- Marnrrt llnnnop la At vUltlnv Huston-Tlll- In llumilde--. postmaster spent a day or ..1-- 1. wek. ' to .hre tbli iioMrw iiruce ami Busnn l.oe main, ... ... . I vit ll...tnH..llt- - arc visuinK lie jimsrcs iiuniuuiiuo Nils tT little ion arrived Tuesday even-it)- f at the home of Mr. and Mn. II. II Haufley, Ho hai been christened (eorKn Knulernsn Knufley, for Mm. Saufley's father and her husband's 'brother, Oconto D. Snufley, who died A Mrs, J N. Saundrrt and little dauith Hophle left Wednesday for a weeks tar at Crab Orchard 8prlnm. Christian church. March last Mr, and Mm J. C I lays havo returned from a ecral weeks' itay at Ua'tle Creek, Mich. Prof J. W. Ireland Is nt Crnb Orchard this week, lending the niuilc during the revival ivrvice nt tho Crab Orchard on Wednesday, after n feasant visit tn Ml Sallle Durdctt Mr. Hlcina Woods, of Cincinnati. JVas been the guest of his mother, l$s Huu llfth James returned to Crab dVit W. It. Orchard. was Shanks Mr. fever Mli Mr. Adeita woods, wiw nu sister. Mlnnlo Woods they ipcnt icveral to called Richmond on Wednesday by the alarm of her iliter, Mr. C. II. inn condition Urlttaln, who li very HI with typhoid Mr George G. Mrnefee, who Is travel log out from New Vork, U at homo for a visit to hli parents and many Pennington. Mr. J. U. Totten returmd on Wednesday from a visit to her relatives In Henderson, Kx. Mfcs Mabclle Baugti and children have returned to their borne In New Albany after a visit to Miss Cyrcna In Highland. Miss Mary Chestnut and Miss Nancy Wood, of Marksbury, visited Miss Ella Ilarnette and Mrs. S. B. Koblnson at Hustonvllle last week. Mr Kntherino Splcer. of Knoxvllle. arrived Wednesday to bo tho guest of Mti Ellxabcth Jackson. Misses Ama Darker and Blanche Ilarnette ntlended a delightful house party nt the homo of Miss Mamie k North thin Miss Kate Davis Kaney of Stanford, who Is visiting Miss Searcy at l.aw. renceburg, spent the day In this city Frankfort News. Mr. Oreenberry Bright has rented tho Warner property on Logan avenue and will move his family lo It when Mr, W. A. Yager and family, the present occupants, moto to tho place on Danville avenge recently bought by Mr Yager The latter will make extensive Improvements on his purchase, Mr. Sam Goldstein and family to Louisville. contemplate movl Hoblnson has relurned to, Mr. A. Lancaster after a visit to his daugh-terMr. J. 11. Paxton. Miss Jean Pax ton returned with him. Mrs. J. H. Smith and baby, of Morrard, (3a,. Is with his parents .Mr. nnu Mrs. Tom W. GoocJi, of the West W. Mr. C. T Thompson, of Kosciusko, MIfs.. Is visiting- - her brother Dn T. a 'rlendi. Messrs. M. F, Elkln, of Lexington, nd John L. Elkln, of Danville, were the gneita of their iliter Mra. D. P. lulfmann. ooovtiij)v5or.rf30i&ai&oor PT End. ThA Mi.ne Alcorn will entertain at card p.next Wednesday afternoon from in nvlnv In honor of Miss M Dcrroott, tho guest of Miss Uerta Jcnn Penny and Miss ricias. i 3 0 ST WE HAVE o o o 0 o 0 0 Mr. J. W Ireland Is spending several days nt Crab Orchurd Springs Miss Lucllo Crow Is visiting relatives and friends nt Bowling Green. Mrs. John Denny who lias been very sick for about two months with spinal nienlngltlls Is improving. Mr, G. E. Lutes the buiillng stock breeder is on the sick list. Is the C O. 8mlth, of Ddnnvllle, guest of his aunt, Mrs. S. J. Bell, Miss HustonVllle, Is also Ora Williams,' of with her for a pleasatn stay. Miss Ruth Culberson, of Covington, Miss Edna Camnitz and Miss Alice StAgg, of Hustonvllle, and Mis)' Frances Cooper, of this City are house party guests at Mrs. Walter Vannrsdall on the Lexington road, In Boyle, during the Danville fair. Misses Jennie Warren and Esther Ilurch were charmingly entertained while (siting Miss Owsley and Mrs. Bush In Lexington. The Lexington Herald has the following accounts: .Miss Linda Owsley and Mrs. Itlch-nrBush entertained Friday at their home on Ashland nvenue with a reception in honor of their guests, MIks Essie Burch and Miss Jennie Vnrrcn of Stanford. The home is beautiful and added attractiveness was given by splendid growing ferns' In hanging baskets and Jardinieres and quantities of white and pink flowers, pink glad-lol- l and phlox and marguerites in the library, pink gladioli In the dining room and zinnias and phlox in the hall. The front erandn with rugs, screens, baskets of ferns and green furnishings made the entrance most inviting, Mlsj Owsley wore a gown of white chiffon, Mrs. Bush was gowned tn cream batiste, Miss Burch in white crepe de chine over silk and Miss Wnrren pink crepe and lace. Ytuil punch was served In the library, Mrs. Lillian Watts Smith and Mrs. Lewis Boswortb, presiding and others assisting tho hostesses were Mr. Thomas Owsley Mrs. Waller Bodes, Mr. Price Flshback, Miss Let-t- y Brown, Miss Elizabeth Urown, Miss Amelia Hamilton, and Mrs. W. P. A Short Local News. Wanted. White lady for companion CitUen Is Followed. flood home. Apply tnii otflce. A woman's bar.'c ha many aches Fresh bread, pics etc., nt Horton's and pains. Most times 'lis (he kidney's fault. restaurant. Back ache Is really kidney ache; That's Thy Doan's Kidney Pills cure ror Sale. My residence on Dan. It. Many Stanford women know ihts. Head .what' out tus to say about It. vlllo avenue. Mrs. M. A. Wallace. Mrs. 8. J. Hub'jell, Uiccattr St., Dig lot of fine beds and felt mat1 8tanior'd, Ky.t ays know that Donn's Kidney Pills helped me nnd T, tresses. W. A. Trlbble. therefore, have r.ot the loss: hesitation Jo recommending tbciu. My Hooms for rent; alto stable. Mrs. L. kidney "were disordered for some and though my condition was D. Cook. time most constantly and sometime Nice line of rockers, carpets and fttdtduijaAeti sm I 'etiopas loa ed n great deal. My back ached at old time prices. Trlbble. so lame that it was a great Car load"of fre'sh lime Just effort for me to stoop. There were W. H. HlggTns. also other symptoms of kidney complaint that caused me distress. Since Loft. At Lancaster fair a pocket-boousing Doan's Kidney Pill, procured nt Shugars nnd Tanner's Drug store, contatng about $76 In checks nil these troubles hnve disappeared and n $5 bill. Nnrae In lack. Reand my health has Improved? For salo by oil dealers, rnce &uc. ward for return to W. M. Duncan, Co.. Buffalo, N. Y. sole Stanford. 4VJ neontu for the united States. Hemem ber the name Doan's and take no -k Foster-Milburn Tne aches and pains will disappear If the advice of this Stanford td the little ones.' "ktpm-awasummer troubles. Make them sleep and grow. 3.r.c, tea or tablet. Shugars and Tanner. There will be a meeting t the Baf--' falo Spring fishing Club on McmArf evening Aug". Sth at 8 o'clock in the" office G. D. Florence for tbe 'purpart' of reorganizing. A full meethtjg ta required. T. W. Pennington, Sec'y. y For Sale Mce residence cm Main fctreet In Stanford, Ky the frontager' of lot large enough for anotfc.c build- ing lot All necessary ouIUiMIm. Everything In good repair. Price A bargain, see L. R. tlugfee, 1 2.750. Stanford, Ky, Mothers have you tried IloJIirter'a-Tlock- y g MounUln Teat It's a. sreat-Messln- F. J. ciiKxrrtra. 4 niiiii, o. We. the UBdertlxnfd. hsw nw !'. . o tor the tut lltTirt, ind twMrw Mm iwrtwtif In ill business trsnmniom .and stile to carry out snr obllrsUofM nisOr trr tat ttms. Wauiino. Rinnan A SlAirvm, OL W bolrasle SnonWM. Itsll'i Catarrh Cure la Ukra insnuasir. moot dlnxtlf upon tbe blood and muroua surface a4 n srtum. Teftlmonlals sent frre. rrlce 7s oeaes boiile. foUl by all Drunfcta. TaAe Hall's FamUr Puis for eouilpatloa. mm c( Csturb thst Cturrti Cur. W offrr Om HuwSml Dollus newr eaiikot M cum4 How's This? f . BMSW Sir mm r n ihauir rla. sr other. THREE CORNERED FIGHT. In a three cornered shooting affray en Richland Creek, Knox county, Wm. Williams, white was killed and James Parrott, colored was fatally wounded. John Boiln, n stock buyer. surrendered to the authorities and claims that be shot the other In self- defense. The men had bad previous trouble and when they met on a country road tne shooting began. Alter the fight Bolln telephoned to officers In Barbourvllle and awaited their, arrival to arrest hlro, SOME KENTUCKY FAIR DATES Harrodsbanr. Aup. 9- -4 days. Brodhead. Aug. 173 days. August 17, 18 and 19 havo been se- Arc Doctors Any Good? Foolish question! Yet some people act as if a neStine could take the place of a doctor! The best medicine lo the world cannot do this. Have a family doctor, cousdt him frequently, trust him fully. If we did not ibeSeve doctors endorsed Ayefs Cherry Pectoral for coughs aad colds, we. would not offer it to you. Ask your dorter. Nrf alcohol in this cough medicine, y. c. Aytr Co.. LouxlLMZL , eded as the dates for the Perryvllle ialr. Shelbyville, Aug. 231 days. London, Auk. 234 days. Nlcholasvllle, Aug. 303 days. Barbourvuie. aujj. 3J j oays. Monticello. Sept. 6,- -3 days. Glasgow, Sept. 284 days. State Fair, Louisville, Sept. r If we did not believe doctors endorsed Aycr's Pills for constipation, blUoasacs,--Jieadachewe would not offer them 1o you. Ask your own doctor about Ms, " CUT-PRICE TIME ! The refreshment tabic In tho dining room was decked with an Immense basket of pink and vthito gladioli and days. asparagus plumosa surrounded with pink shaded candles )n slher holders and silver dishes holding rotebud bonbon nnd enkes. The lies served were also molded as pink and white flowers About ono hundred guoits were pres cnt for the charming affair. Mrs Lewis Bos worth also enter tnlncd for the two charming visitors 12- -fi Along with other lines of summer goods we are making SPECIAL PRICES on all Mens' Summer Suits ft Spring & Summer Stock. Uve!)our mea.ure taken by a tailor of experience. Then our clothe, whetber n low price bnilnru mlt or the nntit evening clotbei.'wlll have that Individuality and ni which plainly indicate tbey were made to yonr'meainre. I will alio take yonr measure for extra trouer. fancy vein, top coatil and; overcoat!. Hprlngand Hammet ismplei on band ready for your Inspection II. (J. KUPLKY.The Tailor. Hlanford.Ky.li '8. a lo OVER iv 200 PAIRS OF If PRICE is any inducement, now is the time to buy. v 0 0 0 0 I Mies' Oxfords, AT lt 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Mil 0 rags 8 0 0 0 $ 0 m m When a woman tprki of her tilcnt secret suffering the truiti you. Million! have bestowed this mirk of confidence on Dr. K. V. Pierce, e ol Buffalo. N. Y. there are women who bear witness to the wonder r working, of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription which nvei the luffcrint itx from xji', and successfully ireprlca with woman's weak' nessci ind ttubborn tilt. Every-whercuring-powe- Honored by Women 1 v W. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY aaas '.aSaaaaaaaaaaaf & misplaced when the wrote for advice, to the Woild's DursNiAKY Medical Association, Dr. It. V. Pierce, President, Duffilo, N. Y. Dr. Pitrcm't Ifaasaof PtlltU Induct mild BMtunl bowtl moveoMOf coca a Uy, fidence IT MAKES WEAK WOHEN STRONQ IT HAKES SICK WOMEN WELL. No womin'i ippeil wis ever misdirected or her con I L. R. Hughes T. V. Humble W. O. Martin 25 PER CENT. OFF ! On any Oxford in our store. 1 $1.78. WORTH $2.50 TO fr I I I $M3m BUY MY i II I Ten For Cent. Off On all lawns, batistes and silk mull. Also big reduc- - tv (t s i t. $3.00. Cummins This store Is TOOLS FROM & Wearen; 5 I I I YOU I W. H. HI G GINS, WANT STOP IN AND SEE IF HE HASN'T SOMETHING liI B tion in a lot of short length summer silks, suitable for waists, scans etc. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO. Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD, KENTUCKY i I I STANFORD, KENTUCKY. the home of Hart, Schaffher & Marx clothes Stanford, Kentucky. Ii J I 9 - THOR FOUR THH INTERIOR JOURNAL. FRIDAY AUQU8T tfth lr. Dont Forget To Attend The MERCER COUNTY FAIR AT HARRRODSBURG SOMETHING OF August 9, 10, INTEREST TO Fine Lincoln Hand 12,1910. FARMER'S DEPARTMEHT. YOU About Fruit Jars, Fruit Jar Rings, and Caps. Wc will make you a Special Price. L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky. 8 I! l!i II lie S Eureka Portrait Co., Is prepared to FRAME FICTURES at prices lower than the jJlwest. Several hundred styles of moulding to se-- " lect from, I o old stock, mouldings fresh from our fact ry C ffice in Inter ior Journal building. ill aft county tobacco fnrm of 100 ncrci, I nit to fiom railroad town, school and churchos, on Rood road; 50 acres In high state of cultl w alloii, suitable for corn, wheat grass, W tobacco. Corn made GO bushels to the acre, wheat 21 bushels the ncre. W Tobacco last season nettedto $140 to the ncre. ThN Is practically n new farm; land; has two m not old nnd worn out one with three good duelling houses, rooms and porch; the other a log house ot three rooms nad porch; Inn a No 1. stone cellar, wooJ house, hug. gy house, 2 good barns, corn crib, wagon shed nnd all out buildings; has a No 1, orchard, good wnter for Jjj all ptu poses; the best fenced farm hi this part of the country; CO acres cf this farm Is In timber, worth one half the price asked for farm. When I say timber 1 mean good timber and not culled oer tlmbor. This farm will be sold at a Virfaiii, if sold In the noxl Ij. days Why pay real estate agents at big commission'' Huy direct from own-- r It Is Impossible Igl nnd Save monej I.I to describe this farm in this small should see It nnd the III noUte. YouIts worth If you want u of I.I farm, write me and learn more alout Ijl this farm I.I J. M Reynolds. R. It. No. 3 Waynes-burg- , W A few 1). Hanson, Moreland, Ky extra buck lambs for sale 46-- 2 I s hand mules nnd n 4C- -I City, Kv male red llntc shoau. Reward for Information to John Cook, Stanford FARM FOR CALC SO ncres 1 mllei est or Highland. Well wntcred, fenced 33 acres under rulthntlon. Trice reasonable J A King, Stanford, It. R. 3, Uox US J H Haughman will hae a Ulg public salo ot his string of show mules brood mares and other stock on Aug. 31. Watch for full details In nd inter II. 1). Stiles has sold his farm of 1j0 ncres near IlryantsWIte to Mr Klktn of Garrard at SIU2V) an ncre. For Sate. 22 good cattle weigh obout 1.000 pounds. John Lutes, High land, Ky M3 For Sale. Several fine Jersey cows ami heifers registered and high grade nnd two registered bulls, a Shetland pony by Illue Uye, Tony buggy and harness. Lock Hox 161 Stanford. For Sale 150 bales of timothy ha . 16 pair Kor stlo Thorounhhred II. II Crow, Shelb) Ix)st-S- lx 60-l- Durocs' family horse Clearance Sale Of SUITS M3 Suits $22.50 Clothing, Oxfords, StraW'l Hats, Odd Pants. I HATS. i at . ... .$16.98, $3.50 $15.93 Hits at ...$2 69 igi Ky ITCH RELIEVED AT ONCE ?! M.'A.."CEMCN.Mgr., Stanford. Ijl olo 0 hi v IfC if m YOUR CHANCE For A IMS RalfC Fir Inly i - c fl I i BARGAIN H. All That terrible Itch disappears with the tlrst drops of a simple compound of oil of wlntergreen, thymol and glycerine mixed In D. D. D Prescription. This soothing, healing lotion. t:sed external!), kills the eczema germ Heretofore the D. D. D. Instantly. remedy has been sold only In $1 bottles, but as a special offer, any In this town who has never tried D. D. D., can now try this remedy In a special bottle at 25c It cures thes Itch Instantly. We know this. & Tanner, drMglsts. sut-terShu-par- B. Northcott, LANCASTER, KY. BUYER OF $24.25. See - - - corn, 1 seien year-olwork mulo; 1 yearling horse mule; joung registered Duroe Jersey boar A. W. Carpentor, Moreland, Ky For Sale farm, about 7 mlle from Stanford; 100 acres ot lln bottom land as good as you can find ir Lincoln county The upland Is good. 'I'ho while farm Is woll fenced nnd noer falling water, there being good cisterns at tho door; a It two tenant houses. room dwetlli.g, two stock barns and new tobacco barn, 96x36; 2 corn cribs, granary leu house, buggy house, etc Will sell at a bargain in the next 60 days Owner's reason for selling Is bad health. For further particulars see W. U .McCarty or L. R. Hughes. Plato Culllp, of the Waynesburg sec Hon Is the boss corn and tobacco farmer In the southern part of the county He Is getting fine crops this year and challenges any grower In the lllue Grass to produce finer samples than He invites all who he can show want to see some really high class corn and tobacco to come to his home and eat a big country dinner. 100 barrets Suits at $20 Suits at $18 Suits at $5 Suits at $12.50 Suits at $10 Suits at $6 Suits at OXFORDS. $4 Oxfords $3.50 $J Hats at $13.9C'$2.50 Hats at $1.78 $1.48 $IL9j$2 Hats at $9.98l$i.0 Hats at $ 8.98 $ 6.98 $t H'ts at. ODD PANTS. .$1.19 .$ .79 $3.98 $7 $6 3(t-ncr- e at Ox'ordi at.. at . . $3 00 Oxfords $2.50 Oxfords $2 00 at . Oxfords at , Pants at Pants at .... $3.29 $5 Pants at $2.79 $ Pnts at .. $2 2tf $j.50 Pants at .. ..$1.98 $J Pants at ...16S $2.50 Pants at . $5.43 $1.48 $1.8 $2.99 ... ' $2.68 $2.23 $1.99 to SAM ROBINSON, Stanford, Ky. Greei) River Canp AT JUMBO, Meetir; FOUR MILES FROM McKINNEY, KY., -- WILL BE HELD O- N- AUGUST 26 to SEPT. 5, '10. -by-- REV. It ,f GEO. II. FARMS. li If you have anything to sell in the STOCK Take to LINE Hundreds of orpnans Ime been helped by the President ot the Industrial and Orphans' Home at Macon, c Egga a., who writes " We have usd ElecFryers He tric Bitters in this Institution for nine years. It has proved a most excellent Turkeys per lb medclne for stomach. Iver and kidney -- 8c Ducks, per lb troubles. We regard It as ono of the ,...3-5VRoosters, per lb best family medicines on earth." It inHides per lb 7c vigorates all vital organs, purifies the Feathers blood, aids dlgeston, creates appetite. Ginseng, per lb $5 00 To strengthen and build up pale, thin, weak children or rundown people It Yellow Root, per lb has no equal. Dest for female comdrug LIME AND SALT FOR SALE OR IN plaints. Only 50c at Penny's store. EXCHANGE FOR PRODUCE. We can please you. Phone 153 WON'T NEED A CRUTCH Hens lo-ll- Stanford Branch Kindt of Farm Produce c PRESIDENT HELPS ORPHANS T. K. Tuaor, M'g'r. WE ARE PAYING TODAY FOR: CMS. THE WORLD-WID- E D. TILLMAN, KNOWN SINGER AND EVANGELIST, OP ATLANTA, CEORGIA. Oc 4c 16-4- 25 of Cor When editor J P nellus, N C , bruised his leg badly it started an ugly sore. Many salves and Ho buysand sel 8 every day in the Then ointments proved worthless. year except Sunday. Bring on llucklen's Arnica SaUe healed It prompt and thorough!)'. Nothing Is so your stock. Best market in The sudden ciiangc fro; yesrs cf iiira for Ulcers. Dolls, Burns, JJruises. the State with plenty of Cuts, Corns, Sores, I'lmpies, EcteiUA activity of botb body and mind to the quiet of later years causes tho or piles. 25c at Penny's Dnu Store ed sad water beat covered pen, outside of Louisville or Lexington. human system to undergo many changes, chief of which is in the diSTANFORD, KY. We also do a general bitch and feed business. gestive organs. Nunnelley's New Stock Yards FraeSampli Aids Old Mm Others will assist In the meeting. This help for our meeting Is the beal' that can be had for a relval or a great camp meeting and by tho grace qf ' God we expect have the best meeting we have cer had. We Accommodations: furnish rooms or tents for thoee abo wish to stay tn the grounds. Iiut occupants will please bring bedJinir. If you wish to buy or rent a tent please apply 10 duya before meeting begins.. J A dining hall and luuch stand will b run for the benefit ot the peaolox Purpose: this meeting Is run toi tluposlthe stlvallon ot lost humanity and not a big time gttherlng place. Wo propose to run the meetiug order, ly and not allow drinking or any mis hehalor We want that men flee, the wrath to come and prepare God. We believe In and preach holiness of heart and life but our meeting is clear of fanaticism, and Um doctrine that we hold Is the one that (.oves men and keeps them saved. revealed In our In aril and outward life. Are you coming? De sure to como rt.nt you a tent or build you a cot Innn ni4 a,nw nil t h "MB.. ttlA ,lt.,atln .. ...v..,., ., ou wmi never regret. lu ..i. 1"1 i particulars address C. ', Lovoll. Stanford. Ky- - or Dr. For further s. Frank under, McKinury, Ky., or Clsr,.,,,.,, j t Ssiss. Kr. Ilespectfullr Yours. i 1 ';u "' sj.-.r.J- It becomes harder and harder to ret tho boweli to move prompUy and regularly ad In conaequenca many elderly men auf-xnot only from the basic touble. but from Indlgeatlon. headache, befcblne. sour etomach. drowilness after m At In Ann Imlia. nnv...u of all neceiaary to keep the bowels open ...v., w lwc i,ia UIEC3UT0 muiciee eo er MULE COLTS WANTED. I Will be in Stanford Clarence J. Sipple, Sec, London, Ky. FINE FARM FOR SALE Located on tho Htnnrord and Ot tenhelm plko containing 138 acres well watered, one hundred acres i'av grass 50 acres for wheat. This land produces tine tobacco, corn and wheat A tine young orchard of one hundred benrlng fruit trees, a modern new six loom house, cistern at door, collar and all nocesary outbuildings, two tonsnt houses, large barn, new silo, freo mail dcjlvery. tbreo hundred yards U school, 1 miles to union church Will make terms easy. W. F. Dlsqqn Stanford, Ky,. Uox 41 Phone 8 rin f 2 2 - it;, Tu i. s'. weiH just as i:.r ' "l"""re." kl1d. and have become convinced that tney do only temporary sood at besL VJ. Xfltl?- - P1a,nt'tetln- - laxatlra '"ju'renientii or old people, women and i,.P .r.fffffi.""?: .I'f mUd WlU eur:- a th" work MONDAY, AUG. 8, TO BUY CAR-LOAD DaHHm.CsaPBKrVj WaWH SSaB BsHaBLSaSlAsLa. In MM eeAUTV m the kitchen. f ' SmfeBmmmmmBmmKrF YOU PUT ON YOUR HORSZ. THE HARNESS depuaOt larger on the plumbing work E Let at frr up yours and the smiling at fcne iitchen lady will be your - reroiA- Mea tell ua they get better mm4 ware punctual meals since wo (Mkrrf after tile kitchen plumbing. sserkse:. "7t would Wirt too, If you employed W, K. WARNER, I regulates the amount of work he can do. He may be the (.trongest In tho world yet he cannot pull an ounce more than the harness will stand Our work harness will stand any etrain. Oct a set and your horse can exert his full strength In your Get your stable Implements and Llankets here too. ser-vic- y Stanford, Ky, J. C. McCLARY, 3tn'jart, Ky. anybody. Your drufglst. who has handled iur m iiuarirr or a century, will ll you a bottle ror fifty cents or on dollar, but ir you want to mk a test of It before apendlnt any moniT end your name and addrea to Dr. CM- bottle free of cliarro. Will Pay tho Highest Cash Market j nil rimtor u rapidly dleplaelns sit Prices For Same. other forms of medication for thi eiir of atomach. liver and bowel trouble, an famlllealllce Mr. O. F, WUhefe t 6vc Mrs. jvro. M,. and"Dame Carrie Culfei n SX N. Notre street. South Ilen.l house. They have tested It and krwiw. Its CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! rratjd value to every member of thv Dr. Caldwell personally will be pleaeed I can lurnl.n the publlo with the twit, a .. w mar well the freehwet otcut Bowere, plaut of .1 .uric, juil dealre for youraelf or family pertalnlnrmY all kind., bulb., pottod dower., oa ehort to . or ugwcii aueoiuieiy nottoe. Aleo make m epeclalty ot wreathe iwanui, free of charge. Explain . your caae...-11 a tor for funeral purpoeos. I. ft. amf Via tarllf vakIu w ua.. 1. In ..... , In counectlou with the above, I hare all ivy ,ii ror the tree aample simply send ueiail. kinds ot veietables oa hand at reasonable your nana and addree on a petal card or ""'"'OHKlHTMANOrtKKNHOUHKrt, otherwUe. For either request the doctor's Ed Uuuhaho, I'bou. 4wm Is Dr. W. H. CaldwetLK.teCai4 wtk bumiBf. MoBtlceUo. IU. Htaafrd, Ky. Mule Colts. joe h: JOHDor. IF YOU ARE WELL POSTED on lumber we don't neod to tell ou ot Its good qualities. You have Nitice found them out fur. )ourseIf. It is ... ,,.r hu the man who knows little about It wu For the next 20 days wo will sell I want to reach. If you are ono we our tj tobacco hogsheads at tnUI want to say most emphatically that some fin! $1.10 each. We also have the best lumber Is by far the cheap white and brown leghorn cockorelsj est and that ours Is the best to be had. for sale. Kings Mountain I'laulnlLl J. A ALLEttanftrri, Ky. Mill, Kings Mountain, Ky. h i-