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Digital page images are linked to the text file. cp j i F fi t l I aIt H INTERIOR l 11 I HE JOURNAL itfI itof I t l IIi 1 I 1 I I VOLUME rvILN1ANPORD LINCOLN CoU1Cv KENTUCKY FRIDAY AUGUST 12th 1910 No 4 1 n l r JUDGE SAUFLEV DIES I SUDDENLY AT HOME I DISTINGUISHED JURIST STRICK EN WITHOUT WARNING HIS BRILLIANT CAREERT BWW Mlclh Chrliman Saulley Judge this the 13th Judicial district of l on1 tucky died suddenly at his homo about half eight oclock this JrldaytmurldngDentMcame quick and without wnmingjaud frori t o quiet dignity c el 11 of lils ace In last rp polo nuiifhavo her i pulnlpm and I liojcclul tho sort vi death that men want to dieI No varnlng flutter was hoard ttUjh- lnH nl r9 dflrk Angoiof DeatJi over the ho 10 on DunvllU uvcnuo this morning Judge Haulier had eaten n good bro kfast HP had been feollnp nbQut in 1 Is usual health thrnnguro cjr t cult court whkl1 waaencludcd last week especial Ifatlguo True tbaM+ taclr but llttlu was tho ght of It at the time and be went out to feed L Ills chickens carrying nUn can of fend In his hand Ho paused Hciirf Evans hu colored gardener and rr unrngyybutwas Bonn no more alive Soon afterward the colored man iiavlng occasion to go that way found the body of Judge Saulley prono upon the ground by tho gate It was lire less but ullil warm Tho half filled can of recd lay under his head when U had struck when be fell over The on the right side was slight l1ycontused where the skin had boon by the sharp edges of tho can That was all News of the death of Judge Saul ley spread quickly over the commun ity and caused widespread sorrow rind Will a great mock Jo all Krjenda and loved ones quickly re tq the home to adtnlnliter what eon fort they could to the beloved widow and children In thla Jhtlr dnrk si hour Few women have ben called upon to bear In so short a tluo kuch Krlevlous affliction as has this noblo s wife Only last starch she Iosthar t1i TJ O II Saufley and gtetbt+ crthla U believed to have or ieu Indirectly the cause of has tening the demise of his father for 1 few7 sons woro loved at was MS son j and hla father and mother were wrap jipqdup In him and his future and hts death was a mortal Jlqwi g SAUHey was t jjoterlRgttti t on his thltd term aa judgo of the X3tU filstrlct after aMoni life full of hone I on and testimonials of the re- pedlAnd esteem of his fellow men lie In his 68th year having been born In Monticello Wayne county fn 1842 the son of Henry Ulnehart and Emily Chrlsman SauHey lUll tae bet was the youngest son of Adam- Sgufiey who cause to Kentucky with tour stalwart sons from Wythe coun ty Virginia early in the history of Ute state Judge Siufley was oao of A large family of children but the one IT survivor now U his sister Mrs C eIa A Cox ot Jonesboro Tenn II c dID 1S61 when the Civil War broke out Judge Snufley then a lad of 19 dtitamediataly espoused tho cause of and together with soy tooral of his brothers entered the r saathern arigy Oae of his brothers ce Jatae was killed soon afterward at 1Memphis Tenn Judge Haultcy en a private In Brecklnrldgeii tit brigade of Kentucky infantry but thawed such aptitude for military are fairs and such bravery that ho WAS = soon promoted to a First Lluutennncy lu General John II Morgans brigade E lie served with Morgan throughout t tho war was captured on the Ohio esraidof that celebrated chieftain and his comrades incarcerated In the InpeaitenUary at Allegheny City Pa nit I and at Point Lookout and Fort Ihsia lat I ware rho war over he came to Lo v marriedIndTenn whom he had met during the lOt war She was a daughter of a dis tinguished lawyer of that State B D art Rowan and a great granddaughter of to B- rnoCarolina the first governor chiofon Judge Sauney prepared for the bar y bis life work at tho Louisville Law School and quickly forged to tho front In his profession Ho was an xt uncompromising democrat of the old school and was elected County Judge 6f Lincoln coUnty tn soon 1870 iota nnd served till 1874 In 1880 ho was member of the electoral college ata the Eighth district and support Ina ed General Hancock for president ela In 1888 be was appointed by Preal tfogdent grover Cleveland associate Jus pf the supreme court ot the territory of Wyoming and remained In west until It was admitted to 1the His experiences In the AIwest were somewhat peculiar and of 1 of ten extremely Interesting and excli lion ins and Into play his Resource i ibs MI ability as well as splendid legal sit t atfnlnraenta At one time with re k1e volver in fII he held In cbeckli mob which had determined to take a the law into 1U own hands and see cure a prisoner accused of crime but Sautley firm and fearless In +k of Justice and right succeed g what would have been low proceeding on the part of sing 1deceBleeeta to his homo here In ease he was soon elevated to top bench in 1892 arid there uoop 1nudntahl the high reputation which rr his judicial service had T won and during his long career since 4WonthedlstincttoaI S THE NOBLEST ROMAN OF THEM ALL swsessssa JUDGE MICAH CH 3ISMAN 8AUFLEY not tho Lest circuit Judge In Keu lucky His opinions always lured and scholarly were rarely revtrioJ by the higher tribunal 1 In ISSG Judge Sauney was Defeated for Judgeof the old Superior court under the old conitltutiJn after an Ulubourbflng howlHorbait WCoikJi noted race Judge Baurley then env J COlrtoftrill won Judge hells term expir I auKIcyblpwon 4h democratic noralnalJiKr sea palri the general election by ndemocraton the bench then had Just begun and notwithstanding the heavy blurs In the death of his favorite son he apparently seemed in tine form to fluUh It out and fill still further hon ors In fact Judge Saulley would probably have been a candidate for th democratic nomination for governor had not his sop died and he him self continued In good health Besides hla wile Judge Saulley Is survived by six children out of eight whom he raised Those living are Mrs T S Webb Jr of Knoxvllle Tenn Mrs George L Penny of this city and Mrs Sanford M Logan of Wilmore H Rowan Saulley of this city James M Saufley of Graysvill fenn and Midshipman Rlchhnt Cub well BaUltey of the United States navyFinal arrangements have not yet been made for the funeral but It will probably bo held Sunday alter noon Deserved Profflotioa L WEAREN H GHES GOES UPI HIGHER w jLldN 1 Stanford boys altay make Rood I wherever they go News has Just been received hero that ij Weaern Hughe I of this clay has an promoted to the position ot CU Passenger Agent for the L N oJL Memphis Tenn The place Is said to pay flSOO a year and Mr Hughes hdbt of friends here will congratulate win that his good tervlce to the rond Is being so properly recognized ThJ Louisville Times said of the matter Following eight oars service with the Loulsvlllo ktaahvlllo Railway Company L W Hughes who for tho past six or eight ilonths has been an assistant city tick t agent under Joe eph H Settle in Ixmlsvllle has been notified by General Passenger Agent W A Russell ofI his appointment to the position of city passenger agent for the L Nt at Memphis Ho will take up his fnew duties Aug IS Mr Hughes cam to Louisville from Stanford i 1 SAVEDtFROM AWllJI PSRI L I never tells so near my grave writes Lewis Chambllu ok Manchester Ohio 11 R No3 as when a frightful tough and lung trouble pullod me down to 115 pounds In spits pf many lemedles and the best doctors that I am alive today Is due solely to Dr Kings New Discovery which completely cured me Now I weigh 160 pounds nnd can work hard It at so cured my tour children of croup Infallible for and colds Its the meat gertalnremedy for lagrlppe aathmadesp rat lurig trouble and all bronchial atecticps 60o Wand SI A trial boW free Guaranteed by G L Penny druggist Road Claims ALLOWED BY FISCAL COURT BRIDGE BIDS OPENED Road claims for the current year thE1fgo un- dred of dollars but County Clerk Cooper has not finished calculation o f the amounts so that the exact total cannot be given The pbjirlt opened bids for the eon itructlon of A rawlern bridge acrou flanging fork over a dirt road In thi Hubble section There were to tride companies bidding the figures of one being 11795 and the other Jl830 The court will look Into the conditions and award the contrast to the one it deems lowest and nest Quiet Election a HELD IN SCHOOL DISTRICTS OF COUNTY LAST SATURDAY The elections of the schools true tees held In Lincoln county last Satur day passed off very quietly In many of the districts there were no elections held and the places on the dis trict hoards will have to be filled by the county board when it meets to canvass the returns Henry Fields defeated Dr Morris la district No 6 one of the tow If which there was a contest JT Mun dy was elected in No5 The complete Jest cannqt be given until the County JpVrd meets and goes over the re i J turns first In New Conrthottse WAS WEDDING OF WALTER LEACH AND MISS OLLIE BAUGH Mr Walter Leach and Miss Olllo Baugh ot Kings Mountain section ave tho honor ot being the first cou ple to wed in the now court house They were married thorn by County Judge J P Bailey on Tuesday Mr Leach Is a prominent young farmer of this section while his bride Is one of the most popular young ladles of the community Rev Garland Singleton said the words which madeDavId Trowbridge and Miss Bertha E Williams man and wife They are from Fishing Creek lIeeDiUirinnd the bride at 2C Itls his iecond m rflae Ite Is a prominent farmer tifhls a l mjanl they have beat swishesHarvey L Osborne aged 18 and Miss Mahala Gross aged 16were granted license by County Clerk Geo B Cooper upon certificate of permt + slon from their parents They have recently moved to the eastern part of this county from Harlan anti Les lie and will farm- Coralnenctng Aug 19 the Q 0 Railway Will sell excursion tlqkets on Fridays and sat rlar for JO days to Spring City for Ilhea Springs I IOnly Child Taken POPULAR YOUNG MAN PASSES AWAY AT CRAB ORCHARD Crab Orchard Ky Aug 11 Monday August 8th nt 630 oclock A M Uio spirit of Elmoro Thomp son returned unto Cod who It af ter an illness of three weeks of Inv tense suffering from typhoid fever lie was the only child of Mr and Mrs P M Thompson and filled their hearts as an only child can The tak lug away is a great grief to them He was about 16 years of age Our sympathies go out to them In this trial and may they look to and trust 01lf11clerittotip all tears Qut of the depths of conlturtir9thoughtho shall not return to me Thi funeral was conducted pi his home by Mr J C McClary in A nibst com wayMro1teredthe Illness of their tpn t The meeting In progress at the ChrtstHin church IB wolf attended dellverlnKCIneto see many souls respond to his earnest appeals Miss Belle Hbldermnh of Louis vllle Miss Mary Burch of Stanford Mr Arch McKlnney of Montgomery Ala and Mr Birch Buchanan pf Louisville are visitors of Mrs Jane Buchanan and family Mcsdnnics Robert Thompson Rob ert Collier J S Duke AlVIri Holmes Misses Pearl and Clara Collier files sic Holmes Goodie Redd Messr i George Holmes Sr and Bragg Thompson who formed a party to visit Niagara Falls and several potato oi interest In Canada nave returned delighted with the trip Miss Hallle Brown of Oarrard and Miss Emma Sam Phcroso of Loxlng ton have been recent visitors of Mrs F P Cummins Miss Pearl Collier is vialtln friends In Covington Miss Allie May Cummins has returned after a visit to Mrs Tom New land of Stanford Dr James Guest of Louisville has returned after spending a week with t his parents Cot and Mrs Jas Guest Mr Harry Collier has gone to Mammoth Cave for a short sojourn Mr Edward Fotherglll of Parts is with Mr had Mrs F AL Thompson Mrs M T Fonts Mrs Will Ma tueny and children aud Mrs James Rambo of Maywood bavo been re cent guests of Dp L F Jones and family 4 J ijLeafWarehouse WILL PROBABLY BE ESTABLISHED AT MIDDLEBURQ IN CASEY Mlddleburg Ky Aug 11 Prospects for a loose leaf tobacco warehouse here this fall are quite Clattering at present A large barn belonging to J S McWhorter will be used find two other houses In the Im mediate vicinity can be had if neces sary R B Young and Jordan 8 Mc Whorter are the promoters of this enterprise and deserve the hearty co operation of the town and community A protracted meeting is in progress at the Green river church at Yosemite conducted by the pastor Rev Joseph Montgomery Rev A 11 Baugh of Monticello arrived Tuesday to Assist In the conduct of the meet ing which will run through this week ana probably longer Miss Willie Fogle has returned from Bowling Green school and to 111 have departmentIIJJr the graded school here when It opens September 1st Hart Coffey Is nursing a couple nf broken ribs the result of a fall from a wagon one day last week Mr and Mrs McD Fogle spent Sunday with Mrs Fogles parents at McKinney Judge 1 L Sharpe and Dr C L Herron of Liberty were hero Monday Miss Lillie Wells the pretty daughter of Judge Lincoln Wells of Liberty la here attending the protracted meet lag Miss Pearl Godsoy went to Cia cinnati last week to take charge oT a position in an clemosynary Institu tion Several of the Baptist people hero will attend the association at Kills burg next week Those who think It an easy thing to get up a readable news letter here each week would discover their mis take when they had tried It a few tinges Iii + Young sold threexbullofng lots to C BasUn fgr J500 andMr Bastln will build cottages on them In tut fall The late rains have brought out tho corn crops greatly and tho prpspecea are much improved WONfNEED CRUTCH When editor J P Sownan of ror nellus NOj bruised his leg badly It started an ugly sore Many salves and ointments proved worthless When Uucklens Arnica Salve healed It thoroughly Nothing la so promptand sure for UJpers Bol s Burns Bruises Cuts Corns Sores Pimples Eczema StorekdR 4tits f It Ott 44 Ij tll M YOUNG INSURGENT CAUSES CONSTERNATION TARIFFTRICT CONVENTION takenIllcountywason the republican ticket at the Eighth DanvllleThe durIngration made Unanimous The convene JudgeTiwade a speech In liidnrsembut of lila L V Dodd of Madison county was elected lempbriiry chairman and T Sanders Orr of Mercer county temporary secretary conTqntlontam coqlmlttelrevolution Indorsing the payno Aldrich tariff Nil and followed his motion to strike that portion of the resolution out with a speech punching holes through the new tariff bill The young insurgent who received his dl ploma from Ann Arbor last June was alone In time camp of standpatters and hla motion was overruled Cheeks motion came as a bomb In thnscrene camp of the standlJ1tters- an for a while reign ed Tho convention endorsed the Tail Administration the PayneAl drich tariff bill Senator W O Brad leys polities and the State adminis tration Cole Ewell was the republi can nominee many years ago for con gress In this district and was defeated by Phil Thompson Hustonville Rev Luther E Sellers comes very highly recommended Preparation 1 a being made for special music with piano and vocal accompaniment and a great meeting is hoped for at the Hustonville Christian church be ginning Aug 14 Services each day after Aug 16th at 1030 A M as well as at 745 P M Bridge1iACCEPTED BY COUNCILPAVING ORDINANCE RECONSIDERED At the meeting of the city council last wleOllhCj newly constructed bridge over ym St Asaph Creek on UpOIlnlUlpguaranteeing it for the terra of ttvo years The bond provides that in tho event of any defect appearing In the bridge the contractors ate to make it good repair it or build a new bridge The new bridge is a concrete arch and It Is said that there can hardly a load come too heavy for It to support It Is much wider than the old iron and wood structure which went down under Speakes traction engine and bids fair to prove much more serviceableThe fathers rescinded the order for the laying of concrete pavements on both sides of main street from Phillips corner to W D McRoberts corner Some of those residing in that block contended that the grani told pavement down East Main street should be made continuous and the block from Mrs Welchs corner Logan avenue laid as well as that beI yond No action had been taken concerning that block which still has its old brick pavements and when the matter was brought up by residents on the block beyond the ordinance was reconsidered so that unless the City Fathers take some further action It Is probable that granitoid pave ments will not be laid farther down Main street for some time to come Turnersville Our county roads areIn fine con dition as they have Just received a few day labor Mr H W McWhorter and family Visited William Royalty of Yosemite last week Mrs John Moser and son Walter visited her aged uncle Harvey Floyd ot Waynesburg last week Mr Stecubtrger and son of Crab Orchard was here on business last week Mas ter Bonnie Good Is visiting friends In Parksvllle Mrs Qabrilla WllrdoC Lexington has been visiting friends hero Prof Virgil McMullIn who Is teaching our school visited home folks at Eubanks Saturday and Sun day Mr J M Toorribs was in South Fork Sunday Those who wish their children to learn the apostles names the foli towing In rhyme will be useful These are the twelve apostles names Peter and Andrew John and James Brothers Cl tho sea WhenJesus said come follow me Then James the less and Thaddells too v rhlllp ndal D tl1oome1 Mattbey and Thotpas whrf doubted hiss word Bimon and Judas who sold kin Lord PRESIDENT HELPS ORPHANS Hundreds of Orphans have been helped by the President of the Indus trial and Orphans Homo at Macon h who writes We have used Elec tile Bitters in this Institution for nine years U has proved a most excellent nedclne for stomach liter and kidney troubles We regard it as one of tho best family medlplnes on earth It In vigorates all Vital organs purifies the blood aids dlgeston creates appetite To strengthen and buld up pale thin weak children or rundown people It has no equal Best for female com plaints Only 60c at Pennys drug store v i STANFORD WILL GET BIG REDRYING HOUSE IF ASSLIMESPORTIONS CROP PROSPECTS If tho pool makes any sort of head Lincolncountyare that It will be much stonger than Societyhouse here which will handle an Im giveemployment otBrodley thocourtger for this district for the tobacco prospoets t friends ot the pooling movement In thefactprice of tobacco will go down again thjIgago wants to see tho pool of tttfv wHbelieves that Is Is only through poweii bekeptWllaondidattn He simply stated the pres thatheboy campaign of the county t i W P Klncald who Will buy this follnd many others do not believe anythingIn tobaCcoto handle n big lot at his warehouses mere and at Paint Lick Whether the pool succeeds or not tobaccl i smaller than last The acreage is much larger but the bad weather has played havoc with plants stunted their growth and will make the pro ductlon very much less than was ex pected Mrs Lucile Ownsi PASSES AWAY AT JUNCTION CITY AFTER LONG ILLNESS Jr Junction City Aug 11 Mrs Lucile Owens died at her home In Junction City Tuesday afternoon at 1230 oclock after a lingering nines of consumption qf several months duration Deceased was 30 years old nod had borne her long suffering with true Christian fortitude Mr and Mrs Owens had planned to lo- Cate in Erllngton on the L N where Mr Owens has a poslUon as dispatcher However her condition was such that they could not move to that point Mr Owens who baa been working there came home tho first of the week when his wifes condition u grew more critical Mrs Ow ens U survived by her husband Mr E E Owens aud two children Eliza elghlThesympathy of the community in this hour of great sorrow Deputy Sheriff R D Bruce of Dan yule had an exciting experience with a prisoner near Shelby City on the Stanford pike this week George Moore Ischarged with pointing a pistol at his brother 1n 1aw Mr David Mc Glnnls who lives near Danville on the Lexington pike and Officer Bruce came out to arrest him Mr Bruce I had heard that Moore stated that he would not be arrested It was learn ed that the man would pass along the Stanford pike at an early hour this morning Officer Bruce was waiting on the ground Moore was not acquainted with Mr Bruce and this made it easy for him to come in close contact with the desired man The officer and alp leged violator met in the road and Mr Bruce alighting from his vehicleitook hold ot Moore and placed him under arrest Quite a scramble fol lowed and Mr Bruce almost had three of his fingers broken in the mixupWhen Moore had gotten loose be bounded over a fence Into a corn field and tore clown a wide swarth pursulttrfhfs g t and the officer lost trap of him An capturohimhand when lbe next effort ksiade Moore has noyr gotten blatselfto more trouble by resisting arrestjj v Moore lost his hatY1h 1 ruanlng and Air Bruce took it to Danville with him Mr Henry Bandy a high respect cd citizen who recently moved froa the Brumfield section to Shelby City died after a short Illness of malarial fever combined with complications The deceased Is survived by his wire and several small children Mr E B Sweeney of the whole sale grocery firm of Shelby wee nay who returned soirte days ago from the McChord hospital at Lebanon went back for further treatmen last Saturday His many friends trust that he will soon recover He has beet Jill for mouths and has been ia the hospital must ot the the Yu R 4 rifr INTERIOR JOURNAL r FRIDAY AUGUST 12th 1910 PAGE TWO i TilE INTERIOR JOURNAL r EaUbliflhed 1872 tVBRY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY At I Per Year In Advance IHELTON SAUFLEYPubllshar Entered at the Post Office at Stan malli1 A number of favorite sons are I being boomed for positions on the next Democratic State ticket by pat rays over the State One or two arc mentioned in this the Eighth district where Senator James B McCreary ol himI appears certain to be the winner tWhile every one of the others men fr t tloned in this district are splendid men and under other circumstances J I mIght have good chances of win-ningiout we believe it Is useless for any r one to expect that more than one J candidate can come out of the Eighth district and hope for nomination The 11EIghtbS going to furnish the demo r cratlo nominee for Governor and with that she ought to be satisfied this time We do not believe that many of those suggested by some papers really have any idea of running but are at heart for democratic success first of all regardless of personal ambitions and realizing that the success of Me i Creary for the nomination is coinci+ dent to a large extent with final demo i cratlo victory in the State are for I him first last and all the time Sug i gestions of other candidates in the Eighth district with the Eighth offer- ingI a man for the highest honor are out of place it seems to us Mc Creary should be and Is the favorite son of the Eighth in the coming e State races and the trotting out of other candidates by papers and friends over the district will not only erabarass him and his friends in the splendid and winning fight they arc making but if continued arouse the suspicion that it Is done to dlvile up his solid strength in his home district at the Instance of or in sympathy with some candidate who is opposing r Mayor Uaynor New is himI Iing a hard tight for recovery bullet wound caused by I J Gallagher a discharged city employe The bullet lodged In the mayors neck and unless complications arise be will probably recover Widow Had to Pay 200 TO PRISON COMMISSIONERS AND HAS LOST HER rOB Frankfort State Journal Unless Harvey S McCutchen chair man of the prison board and Ell II Brows a member of the board jeturn to Mrs Addle Martin former night matron at the penitentiary 200 which she alleges she contributed to their campaign funds she will employ an attorney and file suits to recover moneyt stated that she had reserved a number of letters from her friends over the state In which they are urging her to sue to recover the money if it is not paid and Mrs Martin said that it was not fair to ac 1cepther money in the campaign funds then impose duties upon her that forced her to quit her position She said that Inasmuch as she had helped to elect Messrs McCutchen and Brown to the Prison Board that she thought she should not have been forced to resign her position and now that she that she should be given her money backII never thought that the assessing r of the prison employes was right r said Mrs Martin but I had to sit l to hold my position The paper was always brought around and what was t 1 to d01 While no one ever insisted or demanded money it was generally i understood that the employes who did J not pay up the assessments would lose out and that Is the reason why I paid 1 had to borrow the money Ii- paid into the campaign funds and it to a great deal of inconven ifence to get It but 1 got it and paid it over thinking that 1 would cotnlnue in my position f There is hardly ever any time that the employed at the prison are called f upon for these campaign assessments F that it is convenient for them to pay the money and I dont see the justice 1inany system of rule in any institu r that keeps the noses of its em rployes at the grind stone all the time J f No one will ever know how great t ly I have been inconvenienced I beg ALWAYS BE PREPARED mayIhappen to you at any time Fires cant be prevented To avoid non scantly possible losses one must be insured in a responsible com pany that adjusts cases promptly Policy holders in Fish and Penning tons companies who nest with losses pre uniformly satisfied with the settlements they secure The public un derstands this aa well as we Bo safe ty being insured at once 1 Fish Pennington f ffttmferd Ky Ffiiene XOO It I A WOMANS BACK Tne aches and pains will disappear If the advice of this Stanford I CitUehIs Followed A womans back has many aches and pains I Most times tis the kidneys Inuit Bicft ache is really Kidney ache Thats why Doan Kldnvy 1illn cure it Many Stanford women kmm this Read what on has to say about It- llolrs S J Hubbell Lancaster St Ky says I know that Kidney Pills helped me and I have not the lens hesl tation In recommending them My kidney were disordered for some time and though my condition was most constantly and sometimes be I touuB KsataimaAou SBAV not ed a great back ached al came so lame that It was a great for me to stoop There were also other symptoms of kidney com 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 I dealers Price 60e aoleFosterMilburnagents for the United ber the name Deans and take nc other ged Col Brown to arrange for me to stay on until SeBtcfiWe saying to him 1 had ome obligations that 1 must meet but he laid It would be better for the institution that the mat ter be settled at the meeting of the board that has Just passed One ray of sunshine and hope has come to Mrs Martin however In this trouble Judge Hobson called at her home and told her that for the next two years or until her son James graduated from the public schools of this city that his home would be the home of the boy Mrs Martin said 4 My first prayer by the side of my boy was that he be spared to be rear ed up and educated to become a Presbyterian minister It has been with this object In view that I gave my work at the prison such close at tentlon and worked so hard that even the employes at the prison told me that I would destroy my health by my close attention to It When 1 lost out at the prison It looked like my one great desire In this life to seo my boy a Presbyterian minister would be thwarted and that be would have school work but Ito stop Hehasthank God that opened the way through the kindness of Judge Hobson through which my boy will be able to receive the education to become a minist- ereeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee A PROFESSIONAL AND IUS1NESS CARDS eeeeeeeeeeei9eeeeeeeeeeSSeR RepresentingTHE Mutual Benefit Ufa Insurant Co- The leading annual dividend Cos panyIts distinction Is due to adheren of successive management to the principle of mutuality W W BURGIN DENTIST Office at Residence CRAB ORCHARD KY DR T W PENNINGTON Dentist Hours 83012 A M and 1 to 430 P M office Myers House Flats Stanford Ky TDR W N CRAIG Oculist and Optician Office over H J RcRoberts store Stanford Ky MASONS MEET 60 FALincoln Lodge No M will meet In stated communication on each first and third Monday nlgbti of each month at TUN oclock in their hall on main itreeet 8tan ford Ky Members of sister lodges are fra ternally Invited to be present T W Pen nlngton Sec- PRESSED STANDING SEAM GAL VANIZED ROOFING Large uantltles Carrie in Sic EADS TIN SHOP Stanford Phone 114 J I BELDEN For honle carriage and Ilgn painting decorative paper hanging also ocggy trimming of all kinds such as tops recovered curtains and boots made 8topover black smith shop West Wain St Blanford Ky Phone Noe SH J J BELDEN YOUCANBUY Your coalcheaper right now than anytime in the yearI Let us fill your bins with oqr FOX ID6ECOALatl3 cts per bushel Clean Coal No Slack Phone 11- J H Baughman Co 1s Tie Island w Rejeieraiioi been and eeea sMttlloitgttlp- eAetiroiag tore fir h1 z with a feel leg of shame as It It were a eoade Mntion a derogation She did not know what blood was ktplsc in the v Ins yje man and bow be taught Himself became she had Instilled In him honor aad de cency and Chrlitllke salt control to repress these things She did not know how much later he had learned certain things than the had Intended She did not know how Instinctively he had leaped to conclusions which she imagined were still latent in his mind This was a good meat this was an honest man this was a len tleman this was a Christian man There was no question about his raft It was as simple and abiding u It was sincere The early Christians who had been brought U personal touch with the Muter and his men were She Had Confidence In God not more faithful acceptant and diToted Tet this was a very hums man In spite of all these things a man of splendid Tigor and health with all a mans impulses hopes dreama and aspirations And be loved her He too sat upon the white sands of the gemlike island and looked out into the far blue of the Pacific washing the distant shores and lands PIpled with strange creatures of history sad romance and he too wondered He had had no experience with MM and the world and be longed to getaway and to take her away She had long since discovered that he was a gentleman an laaU geatle man that be bad bUll well bora and she had seen to it herself that ke had been well bred Yet no mortal man ever went through greater fires of unknown and mysterious temptations than he He forced himself not to speak words that tyirned He chMkcx the free course of thoughts that bubbled and seethed within his bola and the relationship between them remained that of mistress Wl man teacher and taught friend nit friend It was he who so maintained it though of this she was unaware And he too longed for some hour to come when he might with right and decency and dignity speak the words which some day he must speak or die He was not versed In the ways of women He had no store of knawl + edge no lesson of experience to tall back upon He knew but one woman He could not predicate from any petty maxim or from any ancient Aphorism or from any worn out philosophy what she would or would not do under certain conditions Indeed he only thought that he loved her and he must tell her or die in the concealment And so matters ran on and on It needed but a spark to Ignite the pow der it would have seamed and yet a vast cataclysm of nature only brought about the explosion He had never touched her except to take her hand Her person had been as la violate to him as if she had been a star above his head And she had been careful under no circumstances to allow more than that Their hands had clasped often Indeed with every Good night and Good morning the circuit of touch was made and broken but that was all They usually parted at night on the sands where she had first been thrown ashore He would stand and watch her as she glided away from him In the darkness toward the cave that was her home She had Impressed upon him how she trusted him the absolute assurance the entire confidence that she had that be would respect the agreement between them aad be would have died rather than have transgressed the law stepped over that Imaginary barrier as potent M the circle of Richelieu which kept them apart And yet she would never know what horrible constraint he pt ellhimself How he stood with clenched hands and Quivering body aad stared after her long aiUr she had gone She would never know how that 1atsty of longing grew and grew until sometimes he felt that he could not over mater it She w uldjievcr kaowhew be plunged war staggering through the woods and threw himself down Mpon the sands on his side of the Island disdaining even the rude shelter of the cave which was his home and fought It out Sometimes she saw evidences of internal conflict la his soul the next morning The calm serenity the indifference the animal like satisfaction with which he had faced life when she first knew him had long slate disappeared There were deepening line upon his face which told of thought of struggle and of character thus developed by theee two potent factors la shaping human destiny And he could never know whit WM fa her salad tltMr Retie er dreamed eftSib MM no btsh thistA = m If he hud known for a Biewee t rw she thought of him the great eJoa to both hearts would have jcvetHtiaped eVery efestacle and in a would have hall her In his rms Well Indeed It Is that the- Dower to read human hearts la re served for the Mind which towers above human passions because It Is Idtvine And ao these two while drawing Itogetber as inevitably and as irreslst Ibly as tho tide comes in were still kept apart Their feelings were In so lution as It were A precipitant must bo thrown into the atmosphere In which they moved and lived and had their being to disclose them to each other i On one certain balmy night they parted as usual Was the hand clasp longer was the glance with which lie peered at her under the moonlight more self revealing than usual Did Something In his own breast call to the surface that which beat around iher1 heart At any rate It was with a great effort that she tore herself away at last and for the first time In Ills life although she knew It not he folfefted after her with a Yew Boise lestf steps only to stop his face white ialhfe moonlight drepafiweat bead Ins Us brow to this violence of his efferi Having traa greesd eves to that r degreete Uw Ker turned In tattily without waHlajr to watch her disappear arbubit the1 JatUag crag that Marked the iHlle amphitheater where hU slept and wentteble own s4de of toe Island resolutely without a moments hesitation or delay- CHAPTER X Hearts Awakened For the moment she forgot where abe was and fancied herself back on the ship or more naturally tossing1 about In that small boat after that long eventful voyage Yet BO motion to which she had ever been subjected not even the wildest pitch of the storm which had finally cast her away produced in her such strange emo tions as she experienced then For the earth Itself was trembling quiv ering rocking The cave wall above her seen dimly by the filtering light of very early dawn which came through the opening partook of the mad fantastic motion In another sec cad she realized that it was an earth quake The air seemed filled with a peculiar ringing sound of storm Her bed of course waa the soft rand over which grass had been strewn She lay therefore on the floor and could net be thrown down but she was rolled from side to side ta a way which paralyzed her sensaQ Never In all her experience had she known such a sick feeling of terror When the foundations of things are shaken when not merely the great deep but the solid earth Is broken up humanity stands as if In the presence of the power of God She lay resist less staring praying wondering whether the shaking rock over her head would fall and crush her In a moment the instinct of life quickened her to action She rose to her knees staggered to her feet and tried to make her way to the en trance Walking was terrible The earth seemed to have shaken for hours and yet the duration of the shock was really less than a minute Its violence was terrific Just before she reached the opening it stopped with one tremendous shock all sudden ly as It had begun The next second with a roar that sounded like a thou sand pieces of artillery the gray ha zy light In front of her was blotted out by a falling mass of rock which just escaped her The face of the cliff had given away In deeper intcnser terror than before she threw herself against the barrier It was as hard and as unyielding as the other walls No light came to her even She was Imprisoned alive In this rocky sepul cher She sank down on her knees and burled her face in her hands She murmured words of prayer Her mind flew to the other side of the Island to the man Was he too entombed 7 Was this the end of her labors Outside she could hear the wind roar and the waves thundering with awful violence on the shore De fore the earthquake had come the storm There was still sown connec tion between the cave and the outer air It seemed for she was now con clous of lightning flashes After the storm came the fire Her mind went back to what she had read from the Bible a few days before of Elijahs despair Therefore In like case she listened with all her heart for the still voice of comfort to her awestruck soul It did not seem to come She was doomed she would never see him again If Indeed he were yet alive She knew her feeling for him pow She slipped forward and fell tainting on the sandy floor of the cave And still the voice was there Presently it came to her as the voice of God usually comes to humanity through the llptfof man After a space how long after she could not tell she was conscious of a human cry through the wild clamor of the storm A voice that she knew and loved wan calling her by name Was it some wraithlike fancy of the storm She rose to her knees sick and faint and listened No it was a human voice his voice her name The cry was fraught with frantic appeal It thrilled and vibrated with passion It told her in that awful moment a story which she had not read It revealed to her imaginations of which she had not dreamed She was fascinated with what she heard She forgot for the moment to answer All the woman in her the eternal remi Dlne in her listened Her bosom rose u1dfell her heart throbbed her ekes beat Alone with that wild wMtonate appealing frantic cry she orfot the earthquake the forgot ate To De COIIUJ1ue4a r r t tx wALK OVER SHOES a Itot i- Iter Are today the most extensively adJ 1tat vertised footwear in the world A pretOrty big statement but it is true Manu etl factured in every leather used in foot wear and in almost every style conceivable F Ir at 350 4 450 and 5 ther4 pair We believe them to be the best wearing and bestlooking mans shoe Ii J made today db- da s 1r H J McRobertsi apt po mrc la oeo hIris m pEEfaEif wU ism G L Peony R H Coffey E R ColemanSlnIt Ice Cream Soda Water i ie fB I I Grape JuiceI 1 ImI1Btantord Kentucky a BB3 3 B E E I JLBeazleyCo r Undertakers and Embalm ors Also Dealers in Fur niture Mat nglUug They will exchange Furniture for JJJ Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY Harry JacobsDealer In and Manufacturer of Marble and Granite Monu mints Markers and Posts Cemetery and Lawn Vases and Bettees Office and Works Me Kinney Ky J Ce McClary OeaMPa mrjTANFQRDG I w A Furniture and t Day UndertakingI 0 Night C 0 Stanford HenturHu isG CONCRETING rr QcreUngand In tact we can make any hlnc from a hove down to a fence post we can servo you promptly and guarantee flrstolasa tibeforePHILLIPS BROSI 0 When Hungry 0 GOTO 0 Canon 0StanfordMeals served at all hour op to llMTxBest place Ju wnlfor a good quick 0 0000kingSplendId new line of fancy Groceries Hot Coffee Sandwiches plea Butter milk and sweet milk etct all times 0 H A CARSON Prop o- BD CARTER 0 New Live iv- Depot 0Phonel6srPJJt KENTUCKY 1 iLtj 1Y rW Lao FRIDAY AUGUST mh 1110rN lrvMr + l + l TILE 1NTER10B JOUKNALVAGETHftKK r When You Are Hunting 4 t f 365 Buys any of our selftrimmed han tailored Wash Suits that are worth 500 tw For Bargains dont forget about our August Sale on Wash Suits You will need one of these Suits August and SeJi I tember and the we them it costs you a little than you would have to for the making fli2 Suit are this goods are correct in material and I SEVERANCE SON Stanford Kentucky 1 There tfl a now line of 25c box pa Vera special rallies at Pennys Drug Btoro Iw VMPIRSONAL3 I Mr George muOf Cunningham J Kansas is with bye parents hero Mlti Anna Chancellor Ii at Lextng ton attending the fair this week r NMr W C Holmaa of Mobile Ala- I hM been the guest of Mr and Mrs Co F Oarnott Miii Josephine Brady Ii 111 with ma Inrlal fever and Inflamatory rheuma1 tlsn Miss Katherine MelvIn of Crab Orchard has returned home after n delightful visit with tho Misses Par nib at Richmond Jason Lawhorn one of the most cub ctantlal of tho Stato of Cos cy took Wednesday afternoons train forlxmiivllle where ho hal gone pros pecting lie may decide to locate In I the FAIl City Mr W H McllobortB Is taking his vacation Ho will spend part of the time with relatives and old friend In Stanford Mr June Held niter spending a day or two among true home Polka ut Huilonvllle has returned to nnv1l1DanTlllo Advocate 1 Mr and Mrs Mike Mundy of Louis Mile have been tho guess of Mr James Mundy and family j Mrs W H Wcaren and MUs Mar Met James spent Friday In Crab Or chard the guests of Mrs J F Hoi t dam Mr J 11 Banks of the Banks Motor Car Company of Louisville is spending several days at Crab Orch id with his wife and family He is demonstrating that splendid car tho Ford much to the delight of local friends Mrs Dohon Campbell is very ill with tybpold fever at her fathers homo in Lancaster Mn John Rouse and Mrs Mat Simpson have returned from Crab Orchard and are continuing their vii It with Mr and Mrs B T Pence Mr A D C Dlnwtddle of Hu ton vlllo spout Thursday hero Mrs J E Bruce la spending a week at Crab Orchard Springs Mr and Mrs W II Adams left yesterday for Cedar Creek to visit role the Misses Katherine Lynn Rlnda Pet tus and Jennie Newland leave Saturday morning for Niagara Falls Rev It D Mahony returned Wed ocsclay night from a protracted staj in Washington and Oregon lie it pleased with the west but says there is no place like home Mr Jesse M Alveraon entertained last evening with a vaudeville party for Miss Rachel SetUo and her guess Miss Sarah Warren Wilkinson of Tennessee and Miss Mary Roy Trimble of Mt Sterling After the entertainment was over delightful re frcuhmcnts were servel to about twenty guests Frankfort News Little Miss Mary Halley of Crab Orchard has returned to her home af ter a visit to Miss Sophia Saunders The Misses Alcorn entertained at cards on Wednesday afternoon In honor of MUs Gertrude yields of Florida and Miss McDearmon of St Louis Mo the attractive guest of Miss Herta Jean Penny The band tome homo wits beautifully decorated with huge Jardiniere of golden glow and potted ferns The spacious lawn which is always beautiful was most ittractlve on this occasion with the card tables scattered over It In the receiving line wero Misses Pattlo Alcorn Gertrude Fields Berta lean Penny Elizabeth McDearmon and Botle Alcorn After the games delightful refreshments consisting of Ices cakes and mint in green and white were served The first prize was given to Mrs Bessie McKlnney a pair of silk hose the guest prize a ilher stiletto was won by Miss Field and Miss BerU Jean Penny was the ucky winner of the booby a deck of ardsAbout fifty guess I were present and njoyed the hospitality of theo al way charming hostesses oo oo ooooooooov II I t L HV- OVR 0 0 G 9 a a- a j n Wi 0o I o 2OOffiLifrSOF aa of o t i 0 I T trlll1ncrs e fS JI r M I G Oxfords I j- T f I AT I e L t t- I t f 1 5 WI- I t i tI iII I WORTH 250 T 300 1 i Cummins Wearen j STANFORD KENTUCKY r 8 This store te the home of Hart Schaflher tMarx clothes ri e Fi VY 1M tR YA N lAr ge 9IY JLhsiS16frvi +14 f Mr W H Shanks spent ycstcrd I in RichmondMr J C Hays ore at Crab Orchard Springs for the week Miss Francis Vandevcer is villting in Richmond and Cincinnati this weekMr and Mrs D M Ktderldge or Springfield Mo spent Thurday with her aunt Mrs Long en route to London Ky Miss Mary Dunn and Miss 11U7 Elizabeth Watts of Louisville are visiting Misses Mattlo and BetO Paxton Mrs W H Mueller was called to Lancaster this morning by the lllnes of her daughter Mrs Bohon Carapbel who is very ill with typhoid fever Miss Clara and Francis Coope are vUltlng Mrs J C Bailey in Crab OrchardMrs Nannie Wood Kitchen and Mss Sue Taylor Engleman are at Crab Orchard Springs Miss Josephine Warren has returned from a visit to relatives in Dan vllle t Mrs Hugh Reid and Welch Roches ter wont to Mlddlesboro Thursday to visit Mrs Virgil Leo Miss Callie Adams passed through here Thursday en route to her lionu In Lancaster after visiting in Atlau la OnMiss Belle Denny left on Wedncs dhy for a visit to Miss Eatclle Walker In Garrard Miss Mary McRoberts of Danville arrived to be the guest ol Miss Mary1Ugginl Miss Sue Woods and Mrs Nannie Woods Kitchen sent Thursday at the Loxlnrton fair Mr W H Hlgglns and Miss Ellra beth Higgins spent Wednesday at the Lexington fair Mr and Mrs J B Foster Mrs W M Bright and Mrs Ellxa Blaln chaper ned the following girls and boys tc the Lexington fair on Wednesday Alts EWe Baughman Mattie Grimes lacy Elizabeth McKinney Lettle Valker McKlnney Lylo Cooper Lot lo Carson Bessie Holtxclaw Anna IJ McRoberts and Messrs Joseph topper MorrIson Bright and WIl- lIam Grimes all of Stanford and Miss Catherine Gentry and Katherine Eg eaten of Frankfort MISS SPOON AMORE ENTERTAINS Miss Jewell Spoonaraore was stormed at her pretty home at Rubble edncsday night by large number of friends who enjoyed tile evening to- the fullest extent The hostess bad- bCjn of norgiven an intimation friend Intention and royally enter lined them Delightful refreshments were served to the following guests pre Mrs ent Pates Cecil Barnctt Marguerite Commeleton Mabel Price Irene ennttiy Martha Urahanr Virginia Lure Edna Lane William Price Mlko Greer John Commereton Cecil Jolm William Campbell Arthur rank Gentry Wright Tom Cheat bum James Harry Lackey Maurice Ashby Jess Hendren Sim Anderson Frank Phillips Uarry Thompson George Newland Sarah Grlnn Mary Lee GIvens Gene Al dridge Frank Sloan Mabel Comroer ton Hollla Lee Georgo rope Bona Me Kechnie Jean McKechnle Nancy Bates Marshall Stone Jessie Mc Kechnie Kings Mom Mr J A Dean of Junction City Is here on business Mrs Della thacker of Burnclde Is visiting the homcfolks here Kings Mountain Graded School opened Aug 8th with W D Quark and A H Long as teachers Mr L M Wall died last Sunday at the home of his mother near McKIn neroIe was out with his nuckste wagon when he took sick and lived only five days Every effort was mad to save him by Dr C M Thompson of this place and Dr T H Singleton of McKinney Wallace Walter bought a nice com blued mare from Walter Wartiel The price paid was something near 1160 Little Vernelle Gllllland Is on the sick list W D Wall Js In Cincinnati Short Local News See the new perfection oil stove a Newlands For Sale3O bushels of large on lone Bros Kings Moun- taIn Ky8danthe marketThe beat oil stove lor the new perfection handled by T D Newland See big ad in other col mns For Sale or Rent tiptodate corn and feed mill latest machinery capa Ity 225 bushels Good shipping point large room for other manufacturing Jnfcctlon City Enter price Company Junction City KyI The meeting at Neals Creek con noted by ReV and Mrs J J Dickey Is well attended by attentive audiences Rev Maitland and wife came Wednesday but returned home Thurs dnY to visit their children in Penn ylvanla who are sick The meeting w1ll continuo Into next week Services at 230 and 730 P M There will be no service At the Methodist church Sunday night on count of meeting at Neals Creek Weak HeartMany people surer from weak heart They may experi ence shortness of breath on exertion pain over the heart or dizzy feelings oppreticd breathing alter meat or their eyes become blurred their heart it not sufficiently strong to pump blood to the extremities and they have cold hands and feet or poor appetite because of weakened blood supply to the stomach A heart tonic and alterative should be taken which hat no bad nitereffect Such is Dr Pierce Golden Medical Discovery which contains no dangerous narcotics nor alcohol TbIntadlent as attested under oath are Stone root Colllntonla Caoaden- alt Bloodroot Sanjulnarla Canadeah Golden Seal root IIydtIUtI Camden ah Queen root Sylvtk4 lack Cherrybark lycerinepreparel lIndrk root Podophyllum 1 tum lIh triple In a wcnUlic Iaborlory In a way that no druggist could Imitate This tonic contains no alcohol to shrink up the red blood corpuscle but on the other hand it increases their number and become round and healthy It hIp the human system in the constant manulecturelof rich red blood It helps the stomach to assimilate or take up the ti from the food thereby helping digestion and curing dyspepsia heartburn and many uncom fortable symptoms stops excessive tissue waste in convalescence from fever for the rundown anemia thin blooded people the II Discovery to is and vitalizing Stick to this safe and sane remedy and refuse all II Just medicine offered by the druggist who it looking for a larger profit Nothing but Dr Pierce Golden Medical Discovery will do you hall as much good OOOOOG OG l 1 SUPERIOR If I GRAIN DRILLS i For 1910 Have Arrived 1ir I Stop In And See Them i 9 iW H HIGGINS 4STOP IN AND SEE IF HE YOU WANT 3 I f 00 Stanford Kentucky u 385 Buys any of our handsomest Persian and Braidtrimmed Suits that are worth 7 toSlgi 1 t WASH SKIRTS 1 f Cutprices on all Wash Skirts 10 to 25 pier cenCr off according to the grade I r t 1 for wear at price offer more pay of Wash They seasons and style citizens T Wednesday Sanders refreshing HASNTSOMETHINQ Trunks and sewing machines best I on market W A Tribble Loitv Lancaster fair a pocket book contalng about 76 In checks and a 5 bill Name in back Re ward for return to W M Duncan Stanford 453 Mothers have youtriedRocky Mountain Tea Its a great Messing to the little ones keeps away summer troubles Makes them sleep and grow 35c tea or tablets tihugan and Tanner I For Sale Nice residence on Main street In Stanford Ky the frontage of lot large enough for another build ing lot All necessary outbuilding Everything In good repair Price 12760 A bargain see L R Hughes Stanford Ky 1 have opQildp a firstclass meat store In the Straub building on Somerset street The beet and freshest meats on hand at all times R D Wilkinson 482 1 will Salter a well kaoyvtn eotoreddB man died suddenly Thursday dbearftfailure He fought in the BpaBIBb American War and drew a jwoilK Preaching at tho Baptist ckrctr1 Sunday at both hours 11 and Tt30m 0 clock The morning subjectCo quest for Christ Text 2 Cor 10 4jr a The night theme Baptism for tti8 Kemtesloa of Sins irons Aett23 Removal Sale Wo are gohw fift 5 leave Stanford on the 30th of AAigaat and want to carry as few goods away with us as possible To reduwstocBc wo offer everything in the storeeverything that Is carried by wIkgt1 ltJ1pa nice line of notions dress goods all go at figures which are bound to make them move Dont be late be on time while you can get sock bat gain tI also have for sale among mj household effects a first elMs Howard i piano Baldwin make In good coudl Lion Also a nice threeyearoldf lolcl dust filly Will sell these very cheapj S Goldstein Stanford Ky k AYERS HAIR VIGORdi + Stops Falling HatrAy- crc Hair Vigor is composed of sulphur glycerin qulnin tedium ehlorld capsicum sage water and perfume Not a tinglee + Injurious ingredient in this list Ask your doctor If thin it not so tFollow his advice A hair food a hair tonic a hair dresqSPromptly chub falling hair Completely destroys all AYERS HAIR VIGOR n Does not Color the HPalr 8 J a ins Ooxrurr Lowll lt 4 VIFinal Glean 1 l OF OXFORDS f At Prices That Will Interest Yore The pairyou bought the first ofthe season is looking a Little Rusty andiyou know how much a neat = well ItJ fitted Oxford adds toyo r appear ance Plenty of time to warthemef yet ti alt T T W E PERKINS ICRABORCHARD KENTUCKY Ijv ju s I IL R Hug hes T W Humble W 0 Marti Ii I 25 PER GENT OFF e i1r N- On any Oxford in our store i Jsf Per Cent 1l IOn all lawns batistes andll mull Mso big reduce i tti nina lOt of short length summer silks suitable for waists scarfs etc r HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes L STANFORD KENTUCKY I1 II i T jI r THH 1NTBRIOR JOURNAL 1Y e11f1iI FRIDAY AUGUST 12tk iW IN J r I II deae l If not yours writ for a the rglncy of l OIL J r a Price jti 4 t t r II 1 t i v f M c and outside We also and A SHOWER 1 room You will get more and ot it than jSWBcan Imagine Taut have the light put Jn right the plum tJfcer W have put hower bells Iu the of planing ura0 t laL Stanford Ky on COOL KITCHEN r No Heat r DISHES HOTFOOD WELL COOK EDKITCHEN COOL NO UNDERDONE FOODNO OVERHEATED KITCHEN SUMMER EVERY THING HOT WHEN WANTED HEAT UNDER PERFECT CONTROL AND CONCENTRATEDTHE IS ALL HEAT NO SMOKENO ODOR NO DIRT THESE ARE SOME OF THE AD VANTAGES IN USING THE I JEW PERFECTION WICK BLUE FLAME iOIL COOKSTOVE tgray vrywhre Dvcrlptlv Circular tto melt IJHE STANDARD COMPANY Incorporated Ii s 5slW i See e = IiAboutyouIFnfitjarsl Fruit Jar Rings and Caps We will make Special Hr iuiL SANDERS 11 Crab Orchard Kentucky rcc aaa If you have toeell in Take to He sel s every in the year except Bring on stock Best market in the State with of water beat covered pens of or Lexington tl KY do hitch feed art pleasure out W by right ttladffhfcjMtivate on oft ouo rs Ate1 R Except WhereNeeded YOUR CHANCEFor BARGAIN This OnlyS2425 See It CEO H FARRIS anything tit t- heSNKKil Nunnelleys New Stock Yards buyand day Sunday your plenty I Louisville rSTANFORD general business 1IiAV rJUtea CHOOSING A WHIP Is an easy matterfev f Wu haye very style fo atery WIll anti it about anypric V ilH Vifywhip you Cannot get here Isa poor one Wo have none of that Kind Our whips are only a sample of our harness nndI all kinds of horse goods Youll Bind the latter Just as good an the whips and equally moderate In price t 1j a as1 i jt r J J C McCLARY Stanford Ky I I SOMETHING OF I INTEREST TOYOU I Fine Lincoln county tobacco tan of 100 Acres 1 mile rOm railroad town1 school and churches on good road 60 acres In high state of cultl vatlon suitable for corn wheat grass oCommado 50 bushels to the acre wheat 21 bushels to tho ncre Tobacco last season netted f 140 to tho acre This is practically a new farm notold and worn out land has two good dwelling houses one with three rooms and porch the other a log house of three rooms find porch hast No1 stone cellar wood house bug gy hou802 good barns corn crib wagon shed nnd all out buildings has a No1 orchard good water for all purposes the best fenced farm hi this part of the country SO acres cf tills farm is In timber worth one half the price asked for farm When I day timber I mean good timber and not culled over timber This farm will bo sold dt a bargain 1f sold in the next 00 days Why pay real estate agents big commission Buy direct from owner find save money It Is Impossible to describe this farm In this small notice 9u should see Itjand the ad antage of Its worth If you want a faria write me and learn more about this farm i J M Reynolds U It No 3 Waynes burg Ky 1 7 MRS BELL VERY LOW Lates report froth tw1edAidof Mrs W Cun Bell In Seattle Washington are to the effect that the cannot iiTgver She underwent another olln3- UU last week and Is not rallying from i lip effects of th+ ordeal This made- tht seventh operation she has under gone since the street car uccldiuc oc curred In which hr hus l iiuil Judge W Con Celt and Miss Julia Rochester v ere Instantly killed Fur some time It was thought that Urn Bull would l Cover hot on tku other laud her condition has continued to prow vorse until all hope of liar getting well has now been abandoned SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC The Sunday school of Coffeya Bap List church will have IL picnic at Blue Lick Saturday Aug 13 Everybody Is invited to come nnd bring a big basket A regular program will bo carried out The picnic grounds arq only four miles from town WHY SALVES FAILTO CURE ECZEMA Scientists are now agreed that the eczema germs are lodged not In the outer skin or epidermis but In Ute In ner skin Hence a penetratlg liquid Is required ad not an outward salve that clogs the pores We recommend to all eczema patients the standard prescription Oil of Wlnergreen a11 compounded In liquid form known as D D D Prescrlp n A trial bottle of this D D D Prescription at only 25 cents will Instantly relieve the Itch We have sold and recommended this remedy for years and know of won derful cures from Its use We recom mend It to our patrons Shugars ITanner druggists GET BUSY We got busy ana talked the own ers down to 120 per acre listen One of the very best farms If not the best of its size in Lincoln county hlgbdassdesired 25111 acres only one mile trim Stanford land lies well and Is well watered But a dummy real estate man ought to sell this farm she speaks for herself We want you farm buyers to look at this farm We have other farms In Lincoln and Garrard counties Write for catalo gue For further particulars apply to Hughes rt Swlnefaroad Tho real estate men Lancaster Ky Free Remedj For Weak Bowels There are two forms of bodily cleanliness the external and the in ternal The one is for your pride ia aRcShealth20th longrunwatchabout hiveoneinternofQhingssytlleveworse than ever the next day then try a likeDraiD beIsbeUIUpilltrainhoursthensolunya sample bottle then bought a flfty cent itssterttacanuseI A brief use If this grand laxative fmlc Irnzbtdeatlnour stomach and such aliments sad kpe- ofmanyDanllSarongnamedl will bfl d maydesirebloluteyIree detaiLForgame and address on a postal card or dectnradlfreaawell Uulldlar Mostleello Ill 1 IrJKJts PUT x I THiirlow Jones sold this week 50 head of tatcatlleltoJames McKinney at 6 12 ceuta a pound I have about 100 acres of land that I want to rent for cash to good man to raise corn hemp or tobacco H C Anderson Box 255 Stanford 473 Hemp harvester for sale In good condition W A Trlbblo Phillips Bros are putting up a very substantial concrete silo for Sam Cas tello on the Danville pike For Sale Purebred Shropshire raw m1kleyStmfordFor sale Thoroughbred Durocs pair 16 hand mules and a family horse n II Crow Shelby City Ky 404 The largest pool of wool ever sold in Kentucky was that disposed of b lloono county growers Monday ut But lington when 400000 pounds changed hands tho best grades at 2Gl cents Tho total price was near 9i 000 For Sale 351ncro farm about 7 miles from Stanford 100 ucres of flnu bottom land as good as you can nnd In Lincoln county The upland is good Tho while carat U wall fenced and never falling water there trio It two good cisterns at the door a a room dwelling two Uhtint housosj two stock barns and slew tobacco barn 90x36 2 corn cribs granary Ice house buggy house etc Wilt sell zit a bargaIn Iti the next 60 days Owners reason tot selling Is bad health For further particulars see W L McCarty or L n Hughes Tobacco manufacturers big nnd lit tle will be given an opportunity to buy pooled tobacco at prices to be fixed by the Barter Tobacco Society August 16th will be tho opening day whoa samples of the crops will bo placed nt Lexington for Inspection and at that time any or all of the 130000000 pounds In the pool will bo offered for sale At a fixed price If not sold at that time It will be withdrawn and when put on the mat ket again It will bo at an Increased price Vidders AND WIDOWERS THE WHOLE SHOW AT ROWLAND NOW Rowland K AUR 11 Well we extend our thanks and gratitude to Pro Hosklns and Dro Bullbach and the Christian people of Stanford for tho wonderful work they have done In our little town They hate brought event out for Christ and sovornl more have made a start and we think they will accept Christ aa their savior soon They have also helped us to organize a Sunday school which Is proving auucceaa antI wo hope they will continue to help us We are in sympathy with the young boys and girls in our midst for they have no show whatever for the wld own and widowers are taking tho day in Rowland We had one old gentle man to come from the West to marry one of our old maids and aa soon as she found out he had never been mar tied she would not have him at least that Is what wa all think Two of our prettiest young girls In formed us that they will attend the Brodhead and London fairs In search of beaux for they say they have no show here for the widows and wid owers are taking the day So anyone desiring a good time in Rowland must be a widow or a widower if they want their kites to fly here Dick Hampteri HAS HIS WRIST BADLY HURTay A MAIL CRANE luck Hampton one of Uie most popular engineerson this division of the L N had a narrow escape from los ing his left arm while making his run c arly this week He was leaning out of the cab of his engine near Boston Nelson county when a mail cranu struck him near the wrist He thought at first that the limb was broken so severe was the pain but It proved bn ly to have ben severely bruised The deep cuts are visible on the arm and the member Is very painful still SKIN vtll1AII S HKADILY CURED BY SIMPLE HOME REMEDY It you are suffering front any form of skin or scalp disease would you like to get prompt relief and bo per manently cured by ft clean liquid prep station for external us01 Mr U L Penny the druggist has this remedy In stock and wants his customers to know that It is recommended for Eo zeraa Blackheads Pimples Dandruff Tatter and others diseases of the skin and scalp Zemo has made some re markable cures and with each pur chase of Zemo Mr Penny will give you a booklet on skin diseases and you pan diagnose your own case and be cured in yotir own home without any Inconvenience or loss of time from business byMth8 clean simple pfeparstto f i t FOR SALE IIA small farm of 75 acres situated on Indian Creek Most of this farm is creek bottom good water C5 acres cleared land 25 In grass good house and other buildings on county roan and phone line 20 acres pf creek bot tom in timber AU of this land can be cultivated with ease School church and store in two singes of farm This farm lies four miles east of Mlddleburg four miles west of Kings Mountain and neat Duncan In Casey near the Lincoln IIneCall on or ad dress J J Carter 4iCO3T I Clearance Sale Of k Clothing Oxfords Straw Hats Odd Pants I SUITS 25 Suits at S1898 2250 Suits at159820 Suits at x1348 I 18 Suits at S 1198 15 Suits at i U8 1250 Suits atM s e9a t 0 i t 10 Suit at M 898 S 0 J3981IOXFORDS r r t i 1 n J M i 4 Oxfords t4i w ta329t350Oxtofd at J aQQ Oxlorda nt 211 250 Oafordaat 4 1198 200 Oxfords aL ih6Sl 30 Hats Hats Hats 2 Hats atr1J- O 119 1 Hats Al II C Of Pants V 293v J 250 Pints SAM Stanford Ky GreED River Camp Meet I AT FOUR MILES FROM McKINNEY K4 WILL BE HELD ON AUGUST 26 to 5 10 BY REV 8 CHAS D TillMAN THE WORLDWIDE KNOWN SINGER AND EVANGELIST OF ATLANTA GEORGIAIOthers will assist the meeting This help for our meeting lithe best that can had for a revival or a great camp meeting and br the grace Ood w expect have the beat meeting we have ever had Accommodations We furnbih rooms or tents for thos who wish to stay the grounds hut occupants will please bring bedding U you wish to buy or rent a tent please apply days before meeting begins A dining ball and lunch stand will V run for tote benefit the people Purpose this meeting Is run tot thcposltivo salvation of lest humanity and not a big time gathering place We propose run the nieetlug order and not drinking any mla hohatlor We want that men lice the wrath to come and prepare tomcct Ood We believe and preach holiness heart and life but our meeting Is clear of fanaticism and the doctrine that we hold Is tho one that raves men and keeps them saved revealed In our Inward and outward life Are you coming lie sure come rent you a tent or build you n cottage and stay nil through the metln8 You will never regret For further particulars address C Lovell Stanford Ky or Dr Frank Orlder McKinney Ky or Clarence j sipple London Respectfully Yours J Sec IF YOU ARE WELL POSTED on lumber dont tell you of Its good qualities You havo found them out for yourself It is the man who knows little about It wo want to reach If you aro one we want say most emphatically that the best lumber Is by far the cheap est and that ours Is tho best to be had Je A ALLEN Sfanftril Ky TIBUNiiihcotLLANCASTER KY BUYER OF I All Kinds of Farm Produce MarWEHens 40llc figs 1213c Fryers lie Turkeys per IbI1QuDUCKS per Ib noostcrs pin SSHc Hides per Ib1cFeath-ers 1540c Ginseng per lb 4 1500 Yellow Root per lb15125DI-ME AND SALT FOR SALE OR IN EXCHANGE FOR tRODUCE We can please you Phone 153 TOOK ALL HIQ MONEY Often all a man earns goes to doc ach Liver or Kidney trouble that Dr tors or for medicines to cure a atom ach Liver pr Kldpey trouble that Dr Kings New Life Pills would quleki elite at slight coal Best fpr Dyspep Bin Indigestion Biliousness Consti Patton Jaundice Malaria and Debility 35c at Pennys Drug Store at HATSIS3 at 92SO at 1it Hats at atr19IODDjpANrS t7 Pinto at I JS41 Pantsr 443 J5 at 183 St Pants at i50 Pants at 363 3 Pants at223at IS1 ROBINSONI JUMBO SEPT in bn of In 10 of to ly allow or In of to IU w Clarence Sipple KyI we need to to i Ib 7 FINE FARM FOR SALE Located on the wkmorfl anti C tcnhelm pike containing 138 12 in well watered one hundred acre grass CO acres tor wheat Tins U reduces flnu tobacco corn and wniA fine young orchard of one hued hearing fruit trees a modem flows room house cistern at door cellar inn all ncccsary outbuildings two tenan louses largo barn new silo free man delivery three hundred yards to school 1 12 miles to union Will make terms easy W F churcbI Stanford Ky flog at PheneS Notice For the next 20 days we will scU I our tobacco hogsheads at mill at I L10 each We also havo some floe white and brown leghorn cockerels for sale Kings Mountain Planing Mill Kings Mountain Ky jCUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I I lOAD furnish the pabllo with the best M well as tbtl tresbeet of out newer pUMf ef Iaoioekinds at regetablei on band at reIIrlo- Pf s 18rM N ORRRN En IIQUIti Spring Summer llive lIt sfi Iexl j weWpetoototharelllhave IaUDdlldtaUJRw-blob putlaly indicate hey eyour euur I will silo take roar assn Sepooatisamples on band ready tot your latp euea HO RUlLEYThTIIelIAT 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