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'J; ;!).!'!; No. 48 JUDGE SAUFLEY DIES SUDDENLY AT HOME DISTINGUISHED JURIST 8TRICK-EWITHOUT WARNING HIS BRILLIANT CAREER Mlcnh Chrliman Satittey, Judgo of this, the 13th Judicial district, of Ken tucky, died suddenly at hi homo hero about half past eight o'clock thin, j'rldny morning Death, en me quickly and without warning, and from t o quiet dignity of expression of Ills nee In last ru pose, mutt have ee pulnlcss and puiceiui the sort li death Hint men want to die No warning flutter was heard of the wings) ns (ho dark Angel .of Deatli lioverrd' over tho ho if on DaiivIIht nvcnuo this morning, Judge Saufley lind enten n t x! lirn kfast lie Im.l been feeling about In rlls usual health lately, tind had gotten Inlcely though the special term of tile Lincoln cir cult court which wan .included Ia4 week, without especial Ifnttgue True, lie had retnnrked niter breakfast tbn hC lelt lomo discomfort In his stow iieh, but llltle was thought of It at the time, and he went out to feed hU chicken carrjing n tin can of led In hi hand llo pruned Henry Evans, hi colored gardener and re marked that IiIk stomach felt uneasy liut went on to the chlcl'cn yard and wm iron no more alive man, Soon nf forward, the colored having occasion to go that way, found the body of Judge Sautley prone upon the. ground by the gate. It was life' less, but still Mann The half rilled can of fe' d l.iy under his hend wheri It had struck when he loll oer. The temple on the right tide wan slight ly rontused where the skin had been cut by the sharp edges of tho can, That wm all News of the death of Judge Sail'' ley spread quickly over the community and caused widespread sorrow tind wan n great mock to all. Frler,dfl and lowd ones quickly repaired to the home to nduiinhter what com fort thuy could to the beloed wldo.v and children, In this Ihclr darkest hour. Few women hare been called upon to bear In so short a llmu such grlevious nffllctlon as ha this noble wife. Only last March she lost nr son, George II, Saufley, and grief ov rthls Is believed to have ben moic or less Indirectly the cause of has teeing the demise of his father, lor few sons were loved as was his sou and his father and mother were wrapped up In him and his luturo and his ., , death was a morul Mow, Judge SftUfley was Just cnterlngup 13th oa his third term as Judge of the district, niter a long life full of honors 'and testimonials of the respect and esteem of his fellow men. He was In bis 68th year, having been bora In Montlcello, Wayne county, la 112. the son of Henry ltlnehart and Emily Chrlsman Saufley His fason of ther was the youngest Kentucky Adam with Sautter, who came to four stalwart sons from Wythe county. Virginia, early In tho history of of tho state. Judge Saufley was one onthe a large family of children, but Mrs. C ly aurvlTor now Is his sister, A. Cox. of Jonesboro. Tenn. in 1R61 when the Civil War broke out. Judge Saufley, then a lad of 19, immediately espoused the cause of Confederacy, and together with entered the of his broUicrs southern army. One of his brothers, James, was killed soon afterward at Memphis, Tenn. Judge HauMey enlisted ns a private In Breckinridge's brigade of Kentucky Infantry, but showed such aptitude for military and such bravery that ho was soon promoted to a First Lieutenancy lu General John II. Morgan's brigade. He served with Morgan throughout the war, was captured on the Ohio raid of that celebrated, chieftain and with his comrades Incarcerated In the penitentiary at Allegheny City, Pa, and at Point Lookout and Fort lwia-wari se-or- Only Child Taken YOUNG INSURGENT STANFORD WILL GET BIG REDRYING HOUSE F ,F-f.00L THE NOBLEST ROMAN OF THEM ALL! POPULAR YOUNG MAN PASSES AWAY AT CRAB ORCHARD. CAUSES CONSTERNATION WHEN HE TALKS AGAINST TAR-IFLAW AT EIGHTH DISTRICT CONVENTION. Crab Orchard, Ky., Aug 11 Monday, August Sth at U0 o'clock A. M the spirit of Elmore Thomp son, returned unto liod who It after nn Illness of three weeks of In tense sutlcrlnc from typhoid fever He was tho only child of Mr. and Mrs F, M Thompson and tilled their hearts as an only child can. Tho lak Ing nwny Is n great grief to them He was about 10 years of age. Our sympathies go out to them In this trial and may they look to and trust In tho ono comforter who Is suffi cient to heal broken hearts nnd dry up All tears. Qui of tho depths of nntlqully tomes the comfortliiK thought that "I shall go to Mm. bnt ho shall, not return to nie." The funeral wus conducted nt his home by Mr J C McClarj Ih n most touching nnd convincing way Mr nnd Mm. Thr.mno.i wish to ex press their gratitude to a'll who ottered sympathy nnd kindness during the Illness of their ton. The meeting In p'rogress at' the Chiistliin church Is well attended. Uro. W. E Anderson s delivering flnn spiritual sermons, nnd wo hope to see many souls respond to his earnest appeals. Miss lielle Holdermnn, or Iuls-vlllo- . Miss .Mary nurch, of Stanford, Mr Arch McKlnney, of Montgomery com-fortlnJatr-Iluchan- M. Haiina, of Shelby, was taken nnd unable to moke the rnce, so Jessnmino county was Tuesday nominated for Congress on the republican ticket nt the Eighth district, convention held In Danvlllo The nanitj or W. D. Iluford, nhio of .lessnmlne county was withdrawn dur Ing tho roll call nnd Col. Ewcll's noml nation made unanimous The convention was called to order by Judge I. W Detliuium, of ML Vornon who made n speech In Indorsement of hh party L. V. Dodd, of Mndlgon countv was elected temporary rhalrman, nnd 111 l THI3 COUNTY A8v RESPECTABLE PRO- PORTIONS CROP PROS PECTS. IN Col. U. L. Ewell, of Ala , nnd Mr. Birch Uuchannu, of Louisville, are lsltors of Mrs, nnd family. Mesdnmes Robert Thompson, Rob ert Collier, J. S. Duke, .M!ri Holmes, .Misses Pearl and Clara Collier. lies le Holmes. Ooodlo Iledd. Messrs George Holmes, Sr and Bragg to Thompson who formed a party v'ait Niagara Kails and several polnU nave returned of Interest In Canada JUDGE MICAH CH 3ISMAN SAUFLEY. I , L 4 "? The war over, he camo to l.-- county, und soon, afterward married Miss Bailie Ilowan, of McMinnvtlto, the Tenn, whom he had met during diswar. She was a daughter of a tinguished lawyer of that State S. D. Rowan, and a great granddaughter of Governor Caswell, the first governor of North Carolina. Judge Sautley prepared for the bar, lil lite work, at the Louis lite Law Bchool, and quickly forged to the trout in his profession. He was an uncompromising democrat of tho old school, and was elected County Judge of Lincoln county In soon 1870 nnd served (111 1874. In 18S0 ho was a member of the electoral college from the Eighth district and support ed General Hancock for president In 1888 he was appointed by President Grover Cleveland associate Justice of the supreme court of the territory of Wyoming and remained In the west until It wqs admitted to statehood. His experiences In the west were somewhat peculiar and often extremely Interesting and excelling, and called Into play his resourceful ability as well as splendid legal attainments. At one time, with revolver In band, hu held In check a mob which bad determined to take the law into Its own hands and secure a prisoner accused of crime; but Judge Saufley, firm and fearless In defense of justice and right, succeeded In averting what would have been a criminal proceeding on tho part of the. mob. Returning to his home here In Kentucky, he was soon elevated to the circuit bench In 1892, and there maintained the high reputation which his previous judicial service had won, and during his long career since o the bench had,, won the distinction of being kaowa as one of the best, If not the best circuit Judge In KenRoad Claims tucky ills opinions, always lucid nnd R'hulnrly, were rarely reverse.! by the higher tribunal. BY FISCAL COURT In ISSti Judge Sautley was defeated ALLOWED BRIDGE BIDS OPENED for Judge of the old Suprlor court under the old constitution, after an exciting invention, Judge. Harbour Road claims for the current year oelng the winner. He was to the bench In his district, however wre allowed at a meeting of the but was detailed for renouilnatlon ' Fiscal Court on Tuesday. The claims lor a third tern by Stale Judge w i will probably go high Into the hun liMi, oi Mercer. In a threi cordreds of dollars, but County Clerk nered race Judge Huntley then d tno race for Judge of the Court Cooper has not finished calculation of of Appeals, but Judge Junes E. Can-tril- l the amounts so that the exact total won. Judge Dell's torm. expiring the first of this year, Judo San:-le- cannot be given. again stood for the droult Judge ' The .court opened bids for the con ship; won ihe democratic nomination' structlon of a modern bridge across Jinrl UnnMn Mlfi tvskftael nliHitin .lilf Hanging fork over a dirt road In the x the largest majority over given Hubble section. There were two In this district democrat His third on the bench, then had Just begun. Lrldse companies bidding, the figures and notwithstanding the hoaty blow or one being $1,795 and the other In the death of his faoilte son, he JI.S30. The court will look Into the apparent!) seemed In line form to llulsh It out and fill still further hon conditions and award the contrast to ors. In fact. Judge Saurtey would the one It deems lowest and best. probably hae been a candidate for (he democratic nomination for govern or, had not his son died, and he himQuiet Elecuot self continued in good health. Uesldes his wlte. Judge Sautley Is a survived by sis children, out of eight HELD IN SCHOOL DISTRICTS OF whom he raised. Those living ar Mrs. T S. Webb. Jr.. of Knoxvltle, COUNTY LAST SATURDAY Tenn., Mrs, George L Penny, of this city and Mrs, Ban ford M. Logan, of The elections of the schools trua Wtlmore, H. Rowan Sautley. of this city, James M Saufley, of Uraysvill. tees held In Lincoln county last Satur Tenn., and M!dnhlimnn Itlchhril day passed off tery quietly. In many Sautley, of the United States of the districts there were no elec navy. Final arrangements hae not yet tions hold, and the places on the disbeen mado for the funeral, but it trict boards will hate to be filled by will probably be held Sunday after- (lit-- county board when it meets to noon. canvass the returns. Henry Fields defeated Dr. Morris Deserved) Promotion in district No. G one or the fow In, which there was a contesL J. T. Mun- HUGHES GOES UP dy was elected in No. 5. The complete L. WEAREN the County J!st cannot be given-unti- l HIGHER WITH LdL N. JloVnt meets and goes over the re Stanford boys alvay "make good" turn. wherever they go, ews has Just been received here that I . Weacrn Hughes, First In New Courthouse to of this city has 1 ssa presets the position of City Passenger Agent WAS WALTER OF WEDDING for the L- - & N. r : Memphis Tenn. LEACH AND MISS OLLIE pay $1800 a year, The plsce Is said to BAUGH. and Mr Hughes' h( it of friends here will congratulate I m that his goon Mr Walter Leach and Miss OHIe rertlce to the road a being so properThJ Louisville TIuum nauuh. ot King's Mountain section. ly recognized. ;iave tho honor of being the first cou- said of the mitter ) years' service with i.le to wed In the new court house. Following eight County the Louisville & INashvlllo Railway They were married there by Hughes who for thu Judge J. P. Ilalley oa Tuesday. Mr. Company, L. W. past six or eight llontus has been an Leach Is a prominent young farmer assistant city tlckft agent under Jos ot this section, while his bride Is eph H, Settle lu Louisville has oetn one of the most popular young ladles notified by GcnerM Iasaengcr Agent of the community. Rev Garland 8lngIeton, said the W. A. Russell, off his appointment to the position of city passenger agent words which madeDavId Trowbridge H for the L. & Nf at Memphis. and Miss Bertha E. Williams man and rA frnm Klshlnr Creek will take up his new duties Aug. IS. ...ir.. Thrv license-- . Mr, Hughes come to Louisville from neighborhood.. In securing hln ae 'at 33' and m li,,. Stanford. and tho bride at 20. It Is bis aecoad .marriage. He Is a prominent farmer SAVED. FROM AWFUL PiCltH, of this section, ana mey navo uev "I. never felf o near my grave," wishes or many iri'nuu. Harvey L. Osborne aged 18 and writes Lewis Cbauibllu, ot Manchfeater Ohio, R, R. No. 3 "as when a frightful Mm Mabala Gross, aged 15 were cough and lung trouble pulUvl me Geo. pounds In spits of ntany Fronted license by County Clerk down to 115 doctors. And U. Cooper upon certificate or permis- remedies nnd the best that I am alive today is due soteiy to .inn fpnm thnlr narents. They have which recently moved to the eastern part Dr. King's New Discovery, completely cured me. Now I weigh of this county from Harlan and Lcs 180 pounds nnd can work hard. It ul so 'cured my tour children of croup " lie, and will farm. Infallible for coughs and colds, It's the mest certain remedy for lagrlppe, Comtoenclns Aug. 19 the Q. & O. asthma, desperate lung trouble and all Railway will sell excursion ticket A affections, 60o and $1 bronchial trial bottle free. Guaranteed by O on Fridays and SaturUiy for 10 days L. Penny, druggist. to Spring City for Rhea Springs, y ll delighted with the trip. Miss Halllo llrown, of Garrard, and .Miss Emma Sam Phcrngo. of Loxing ton, havo been recent visitors of Mrs, F P. Cummins. is visiting Collier Miss Pearl friends In Covington. Miss Allle May Cummins has returned after a visit to Mrs Tom New- iand of Stanford. Dr. James Guest, of Louisville, has returned after spending a week with bis nnrents. Col. and Mrs. Jas. uuest has gone to Mr. Harry Collier Mammoth Cave for a short sojourn Mr. Edward KothergUI, of Paris, is with Mr. and Mrs. F M. Thompson Mrs. M T. Fonts. Mrs. Will Ma theny and children and Mrs. James Kambo, of Maywood, havo been re cent guests or Dr. L. t. ' Jones, and family. . ' ' per for this district for the tobacco T Sanders Orr, ot Mercer county, pool, nnd Is greatly pleased with prostemporary secretary. pects. He has found many staunch The leal excitement of tho conven- friends Of tlir. tinnllncr mnvLh.ni In tion came when Logan McKeo Cheek, Lincoln, growers who nppreclato the of Danxllle a member of the commit iaci inai unless tho pool succeeds1 tee on resolutions, refused to sign the price of tobacco will go down again tho resolution Indorsing the Clarence Tate, who tariff lull and followed bis motion to big meeting at Lexington attended orthi a week so strike that portion of the resolution ago, wants to see tho pool of thl out with n speech punching holes year's crop stronger than ever, alid through the new tariff bill. The H. D. Bryant, or young insurgent, who received his dl believes that Isalso only that committee1 Is through ptonia from Ann Arbor last June, was er or mo pool that the price Is paweii to b alone In Uie camp of standpatters, Kepi ai living ngures tor tno grower was and his motion overruled At thn snenlillir Mnr.rlnr. Mr Ullonn Cheek's motion camo as a bomb In did r t attempt to effect an organl- trrh serene camp of the standpatters, zaur- presHe simply stated ane for a while consternation reign- ent ndltlon of nlfalrs nnd the that ed. The convention endcrsed the he a , return later to make said a school-hh lift Administration, thnW. O. Bradcampaign of the countr. tariff bill, Senator f U. P. Klncald who will buy thia ley's policies and the State adminis- tnl r.d many others do not believe tration. Col. Ewell was the republi- tlu ' the pool will amount to anything s can nominee many years ago for in j nro'n, however, nnd he says thnt In this district, and was defeated he v III bo able to got nil of the by Phil Thompson. that he wants. Ho Is preparing to handle a big lot at his warehouses ore and nt Paint Lick. Huslonville. Whether the pool succeeds or not, everyone agrees that the crop of tovery bacco this year is going to be mueu Rev. Luther E. Sellers comes Preparation is smaller than last. The acreage is highly recommended. being muue for special music with much larger but the bad weather has piano and vocal accompaniment played havoc with plants, stunted and a great meeting is hoped for at their growth and will make the protne Huslonville Christian church be- duction yery much less than was ex pec ted. ginning Aug. 14. Services each day after Aug. 16th at 10. 30 A. M.. as well as at 7:45 P. M Payne-Aldrlch oi Payne-Al-dtlccon-cres- If thu imnl mnlrna nnv ai n l....f wny unionc thn imi'nn rr t county this year, nnd the Indications ure mac h win be much stonger than eyer before, tho Burley Tobacco Society will establish a largo redrylnij houso here which will handle an Im mense amount of tobacco nnd givo employment to a largo number of men. This was the assurance of Bradley Wilson, who spoke horo Monday to a good sized nudlence In tho court house. Mr Wilson is the m.na. inin m 'I m in ro Mrs. Lucile Owens Lotse Leaf Warehouse WILL PROBABLY BE ESTABLISH ED AT MIDDLEBURG IN CASEY MIddleburg, Ky., Aug. 11. Prospects for a loose leaf tobacco warehouse here this fall are quite flattering at present. A large barn belonging to J. S. McWhorter will be used nd two other houses In thu liu mediate vicinity can be bad if neces sary. R. O. Young and Jordan S. Me Whorter are the promoters ot this enterprise and deserve the hearty co operation ot the town and community, A protracted meeting Is in pro gross nt the Green river church nt Yoseralte conducted by the pastor Rev. A. H. Rev Joseph Montgomery. Daugh of Montlcello, arrived Tuesday to assist In the conduct of the meet Ing, which will run through this week and probably longer. Miss Willie Fogle has returned from Howling Green school and 'will have chnrgo ot the primary department pf the graded scnool here, when it opens September 1st. Hart Coffey is nursing a couple nf broken ribs the result ot a fall from a wagon one day last week. Mr. aud Mrs. McD Fogle spent Sunday with Mrs. Fogle's parents at McKlnney, Judge M. L. Sharpe and Dr. C. L. Herron, of Liberty were here Monday Miss Utile Wells the pretty daughter ot Judge Lincoln Wells, of Liberty, is here attending the protracted meet ing. Miss Pearl Godsoy went to Cincinnati last week to take charge ot a position in on eiemosyuary institution. Soveral of the Baptist people here will attend the association at Ellis- burg next week. Those who think it an easy thing to get up a readable nens letter hern each week would discover their mistake when they had tried- - It a few tlmos.V R?B. Young sold three bullafng lots to C. Oastin for f 500 and- - Mr. Dastln 'will build cottageb on them In tut fall, The late rains have brought out tho corn crops greatly, and tho prospacea arc much improved. '.. WON'T'NEED A CRUTCH ointments proved worthless. Then Uucklen's Arnica Salve healed It thoroughly. Nothing Is so prompt and sure for Ulcers. Bolls, Burns, Bruises. Cuts, Corns, Sores, Pimples, Eczema or plies. 25c at Penny's Drug Store, ,'' ' ljJ When editor J. P. Sowinan. ot Cor bruised his leg badly It nellus, N. started an ugly sore. Many salves and C PASSES AWAY AT JUNCTION CITY 1. AFTER LONG ILLNESS ACCEPTED BY COUNCIL PAVING ORDINANCE RECONSIDERED Junction City, Aug. 11. Mrs. Lucile Owens died at her home At the meeting of the city council last week,, the; newly constructed In Junction City Tuesday afternoon at bridge overhe. St. Asaph Creek on 12:30 o'clock after lingering illness Somerset Street was accepted, upon of consumption qt a several months Phillips' Bros., executing a bond duration. Deceased was 30 years old guaranteeing It for the terra ot ttvo and long sufferings jears. The bond provides that In thu with had borne her fortitude. true Christian event ot any defect appearing in the and Mrs. Owens had planned to Mr lobridge, the contractors ate to mako It cate In Erlington on L. & good, repair it or build a new bridge where Mr. Owens hasthe position N., a as The new bridge is a concrete arch, dispatcher. However her condition and it Is said that there can hardly a was such that they could not move load come too heavy for It to sup- to that point. Mr. who port. It is much wider than the old been working there Owens, home baa came tho Iron and wood structure which went first of the week when his wife's condown under Speake's traction engine dition grew more critical. Mrs. Owand bids fair to prove much more ens la survived by her husband Mr serviceable. K. E. Owens, and two children ElizaThe city fathers rescinded the order beth, six fears old and Edward, eight. laying of concrete pavements The bereave, family havo the deepest for the on both sides of main street from sympathy of-thcommunity In this Phillips' corner to W. B. McRoberts hour of great sorrow. corner. Some of those residing in Deputy Sheriff R. D. Bruce, ot Danthat block contended that the granitoid pavement down East Main street ville had an exciting experience with should he made continuous, and the a prisoner near Shelby City on the " block from Mrs. Welch's corner to Stanford pike- this week George Moore Logan avenue laid as well as that is charged with pointing a pistol at No action had been taken conbrother-in-laMr. David cerning that block which still has lis his who lives near Danville on pavements, and when the old brick matter was brought up by residents the Lexington pike, and Officer Bruce ou the block beyond, the ordinance came out to arrest htm. Mr. Bruco was reconsidered, so that unless the had heard that Moore stated that he City Fathers take some further action was learnIt is probable that granitoid pave- would not be arrebted. It ments will not be laid farther down ed that the man would pass along Main street for some time to come. the Stanford pike at an early hour this morning. Officer Bruce was waiting on the ground. . Tnrnersville. Moore was not acquainted with Mr. Bruco aud this made it easy tor Our county roads are in fine condition as they have Just received a him to come In close contact with fow days labor. the desired man. The officer and alMr. H. W. McWhorter and family leged violator met In the road and Royalty, of Yosemlte visited William last week. Mrs. John Moser and son Mr. Bruce alighting from his vehicle Walter visited her aged uncle Harvey took hold ot Moore and placed hlra Quito a scramble folFloyd, of Wa) nesburg last week. Mr. under arrest. Steenberger and bon, of Crab Orchard, lowed and Mr. Bruce almost had was here on business last week. Mas- three In ter Bennle Good is visiting friends of mix-up- . of his fingers broken In tho Parksvllle. Mrs. Gabrllla Ward Ixlngton haa been visiting friends When Moore had gotten loose, he ham Prof. Vimil McMullIn who Is bounded over a fence Into a corn field teaching our school, visited homo swarth folks at Eubanks aaiuraay uuu ouu-da- and tore down a wide Mr. J. M. Toombs was In South with Mr. Bruce In hot pursuit firing his gun. Moore got into a thicket Fork Sunday. Those who wish their children to and the officer lost trail of him. Anapostle's naraos, the, learn the other effort will le made to captu'ro In rhyme will be useful. "Those are the twelve apostles names him this week. A posse will e on Pntnr nnri Androwi John and Jamea hand when the-- . next effort 1 node. Two pair brothers fishers by tho sea Mocro has now gotten hlsselt in " When Jesus sam come iuu eThen James the less and Thaddells moie trouble by resisting arrest. too- Moore lost his hat while running Philip who doubted his and Mr. Bruce took It to Danville Matthew and Thomas with him. word. Mr. Henry Bandy, a high respectSimon and Judas who sold his Lord.' ed citizen, who recently moved from PRESIDENT HELPS ORPHANS the Brumtfeld section to Shelby City, Hundreds of orphans have been died after a short Illness of malarial with complications. holpcd by the President of the Indus- fever combined trial and Orphans' Home at Macon, The deceasel Is survived by his wifo a., who writes " We have used Elec- and several small children. tric Bitters in this Institution for nine Mr. E. B. 8weeney of tho wholeyears. It has proved a most oxcellent stomach, Iver and kidney sale grocery firm of Shelby & Swee medclne for troubles. We regard it as one of tho ney, who returned soale days ago from best family medicines on earin." it in- the McChord hospital at Lebanon, vigorates all vital organs, purifies the blood, aids dlgeston, creates appetite. went back for further treataieu last, To strengthen and build up pale, this, Saturday, His many friends truit weak children or rundown people it that he will soon recover. He hx has no equal. Best tor female comla plaints. Only 50c at, Penny's drug boM HI for months and has been I store. the hospital most of the Uate. e be-onAndalc-Diutholpmev(.wi Somerset Street Bridge , t.JJK AuX-- . !f FAOK TWO. A WOMAN'S INTEniOR JOURNAL. BACK. FRIDAY AUGUST 12tn 1910. The BVWIT Interior Journal. Established TUESDAY 1872. Tk Islanl tf Ref eteratiH bM ktr a derogation. She did not know what blood was leaping In the vfloi of. the man and how be taught himself, because she had Instilled In him honor and decency and Christlike self control, to re'press these things. She did not know how much faster he had leaxntd certain things than she bad Intended. She did not know how Instinctively he had leaped to conclusions which she imagtqed were still latent In bis mind. This was a good man, this was an honest man, this was a gentleman, this was a Christian 'man. There was no question about his faith. It was as simple and abiding aa it was sincere. The early Christians who had been brought In personal touch with the Master and bis men were growing tev'e fir btm'wlta a feelcoaie-ensloing of shame as tf It ware At m fl AND FRIDAY Per Year In Advance. SAUFLEY HELTON Publlihtr Stan-lord- , Altered at tho Tost Office at Ky., as Second Class malL A number of "favorite sons" nelnp; boomed for positions on nre the next Democratic State ticket by papers over the State. One or two arc mentioned In this, tho Eighth district, where Senator James D. McCrcary, of Madison has already announced himself as n candidate for Oovernor, and appears certain to bo the winner. While every one of the others mentioned In this district aro splendid men, and under other circumstanced might bavo good chances of winning out, we believe It la useless for anyone to expect that more than ono candidate can come out of the Eighth district and hope for nomination. Tho Eighth Is going to furnish the democratic 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 realising that the success or mc Creary for the nomination Is colnc! dent to a large extent with final demo cratle victory In the State, aro for fclm. first. last and all the time. Sug gestlons of other candidates in the Eighth district, with the Eighth offering a man for the highest honor, are out of place. It seems to us. Mc Creary should be and is tho "favorite son" of the Eighth In the coming State races, and the trotting out of other candidates by papers and friends over the district will not only embaims him and his friends In the splendid and winning fight they arc making, but if continued arouse the suspicion that It Is done to dlvlle up his solid strength In his home district, at the Instance of or In sympathy with some candidate who is opposing elm Mayor Gaynor of New York la mak lng a hard tight for recovery from the bullet wound caused by J. J. uai lagher a discharged city employe, The bullet lodged In the mayors T"e aches and pains will disappear If the advice of this Stanford Cltlitn Is Followed.' A woman's back has many aches and pains. Most times 'tis the kidney's fault. Dick ache is really Kidney ache; That's why Doan'a Kidney l'illa cure It. Many Stanford women Knon this. Head what on-- has to Bay about It. si., Mrs. S. J. Hub'jell, Stanford, Ky., wtys- - 1 know that Do.in'a Kidney Mil helped me and I, therefore, have not tho Inst hesitation In recommending them My kidney.! were disordered for some time nnd thoiiRh my condition was most constantly nnd sometimes ns.itativmou sn.w I 'stiopos loti ed a great deal. Jly back ached so lame that It was a great clfort for me to stoop. There were also other symptoms of kidney complaint that caused me distress. Since using Donn's Kidney Pill, procured Drug store, at Shugars and Tanner's disappeared all these troubles havo and my health has Improved. For salo by all dealers. Price 50c. Fostcr-Mllbur- n ana oestljtilmeu1tt u'e n, agents for the ber the name Doan's other. Co., Buffalo. N. Y. sole United States. Remem- and take no neck and unless complications arise he will probably recover. 1 V,J mnma nhllnOtWinB that .! must meet, but he said It would be better for tno institution uiav mc mi-- i ha coHled at the meeting of the board that has Just passed. One ray of sunshine and nope has come to Mrs. Martin, however. In this trouble. Judge Hobson called at her home and told her that for tho next two years, or until her son James graduated from the public schools of .vl. -- I,v tligl hta hnmfl WOUld D6 the home of 'tho boy. Mrs. Martin said:my "My first prayer by the side or boy was that he be spared to be rear-ea up and educated to become Presbyterian minister. It has been I gave with this object In view that my work at the prison such close attention, and worked so hard, tna. even the employes at the prison told me that I would destroy my health1 by my close attention to It. When lost out at the prison, It lookedto like see my one great desire In this life, ":. v... r. minister MOUld have be thwarted, and that be would uuw to stopr- school ana go to wor. the a -j ,ho Ma hm nnened i. way through the kindness of Judge Hobson, througn wnicn my uuy Wn to receive the education to be come a minister." d ged Col. Brown to arrange for me to stay on until September, saying to, 1 aJLSBJ "sWAi J aaiSfXZBSk for. a moment thought of blm, tbe great aa lost to both hearts would have jovetUeped every obstacle and In a (moment be would have bad her In bis (arms. Well, Indeed, It Is that the 'power to read human hearts la reserved for the Mind which towers above human passions because It la divine. And so these two while drawing .together aa Inevitably and as Irresistibly as the tide comes In were still kept apart. Their feelings were In solution as It were. A precipitant must bo thrown Into the atmosphere In whlrh they moved and lived and had their being to disclose them to each other. On one certain balmy night, they parted aa usual. Was the hand clasp .longer, was the glance with which he 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 bef heart? At any rate, It was with a great effort that she tore herself away at last and for the first time In 'bis' life, although she knew It not, he followed after her with a few only to stop, bis face white in the moonlight, drops, of sweat bead; lag bis brow' la the- violence of his efert. Having transgressed even to ibat ' degree 'the law, without 'waiting- to 'watch her disappear around tbej tutting crag that marked the' little' amphitheater where ens' slept, and Vent to his own side of tbe 'Island resolutely without a moment's hesitation or delay. Mm. bw M ke bad known b s f3 .daMav LBPWaaaaafc 'I til if I ml mi' fv I Y rcgistowo MMKBrUnpiJBHMr nolse-leWste- WALK Are to-d- ay -- OVER -- SHOES f', -- d v CHAPTER X. ') Widow Had to Pay $200 TO PRISON COMMISSIONERS HA8 LOST HER JOB. AND : PROFESSIONAL AND Z IUSINESS CARDS.: a (Frankfort State Journal.) Unless Harvey S. McCutchen chair man of the prison board, and till H, Brows, a member of the board, return to Mrs. Addle Martin, former night $200 matron at the penitentiary, which she alleges she contributed to their campaign funds, she will employ an attorney and rile suits to recover the money. Mrs. Martin stated that she had re ceived 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, ana .Mrs, Martin said that It was not fair to ac cept her money in the campaign funds and then Impose duties upon her that forced her to Quit her position . She said that .Inasmuch ns she bad 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 was., that she should be given her money back. "I never thought that the assessing of the prison employes was right," said Mrs. Martin, "but I had to di to hold my position. The paper was nlways brought around and what was 1 to do? While no one ever Insisted or demanded money. It was generally understood that the employes who did not nay un the assessments would lose out and that is the reason why 1 naid. 1 had to borrow the money I paid Into the campaign funds and It put me to a great deal oi inconvenience to Ket It. but I got It and paid it over, thinking that I would cotninue In my position. "There Is hardly ever any tlins that the employes at the prison are called upon for these campaign assessments that It is convenient lor tnem to pay the money, and 1 don t see the justice In any system of rule In any lnstitu tlon that keeps the noses of Its em ployes at the grind stono all the time. "No one will ever know how greatI beg. ly I have been Inconvenienced. Representing THE Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co. The leading annual dividend Company. Its distinction is due to adherence of successive management to the principle of mutuality. W. W. BURCIN. DENTIST. Office at Residence. CRAB ORCHARD, KY. DR. T. W. PENNINGTON, R. M. NEWLAND Hours office Dentist. A. M. and 1 to 4:30 P. M. Myers House Flats. Stanford, Ky. 8:30-1- 2 DR. W. N. CRAIG, Optician and Office over H. J. RcRoberts' store. Stanford. Ky. "Jpfc Oculist X MASON'S MEET. Lincoln Lodge No. SO. F. A A. M. will meet In stated communication on eacli first and of each month, at TUN o'clock in their ball on main itreeet, Htan-forof filter lodges are fraKy. Members ternally Invited to be present. T. W. Pennington Bee. third Monday nights PRESSED STANDING SEAM VANIZED ROOFING. GAL- Large uantltles Can Icy Is Sto:2. EADS' TIN SHOP, Stanford. Phone 114. J, J. BELDEN, For bouse, carriage and sign painting decorative paper banging also boggy trimming of all kinds such as tops recovered curtains and boots made. HtopoverAldrldge's black smith shop West Main Ht., Bloniord Ky., TuoueNo.eJK. J J. IIKLTJEN. YOUCANBUY Your coal cheaper right now than any time in the year. Let us fill your bins with our FOX RIDGE COAL at 13 cts per bushel. Clean Coal; No Slack. 1 ALWAYS BE PREPARED. for what often happens and may happen to you at any time. Fires can't be prevented. To avoid possible losses one must be Insured in a responsible company that adjusts cases promptly. Policy holders in Fish and Pennington's companies who meet with losses are uniformly satisfied with the settlements they secure. The public understands this as well as we. Bo safe Vy being Insured at once. y Fish & Pennington, Phone 11. J. H. Baughman& Co. atanforrf, Kjr Phone SOO She Had Confidence In Ged. not more faithful, aoceptaat and Tet this waa a very human man In spite of all these things, a man of splendid vigor and health with all a man's Impulses, hopes, dreams and aspirations. And be loved ber. made'to-dayHe, 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 peopled with strange creatures of kl story aad romance aad he, too, wondered. He had bad no eiperlenee with men and the world and be longed to get away and to take ber away. She bad long since discovered that be was a gentlenan, an Innate gentleman; that be bad been well born, aad she had seen to it herself that be bad been well bred. Yet no mortal man ever went through greater Ores of R, H. Coffey G. L. Fenny E. It, Coleman unknown and mysterious temptations than be. He forced himself not to humanity stands as If In the presence speak words that tyirned. He cheeked of the power of God. She lay resist-leethe free course of thoughts that bubstaring, praying, wondering bled and seethed within his brain, and whether the ahaklng rock over her the relationship between them re- head would fall and crush her. mained that of mistress Wl man, In a moment tbe Instinct of life teacher and taught, friend an? friend. quickened her to action. She rose to It was he who so maintained It, though ber knees, staggered to her feet and of this she was unaware. tried to make her way to the enAnd he, too, longed for some hour trance. Walking was terrible. Tbe to come when he might with right and earth seemed to have shaken for decency and dignity speak the words hours, and yet the duration of the which some day he must speak or die.' shock was really less than a minute. He was not versed In the ways of Its violence was terrific Just before women. He had no store of knowl- she reached the opening. It stopped edge, no lesson of experience to rail with one tremendous shock as sudden back upon. He knew but one woman. ly as It had begun. The next second, He could not predicate from' aay petty with a roar that sounded like a thou maxim, or from any ancient aphorism, sand pieces of artillery, the gray ha or from any worn out philosophy, xy light In front of her was blotted what she would or would not do under out by a falling mass of rock which certain conditions. Indeed, be only just escaped ber. The face of the cliff thought that he loved her and be must bad given away. In deeper, lntenser tell her or die In the concealment. terror than before she threw herself And so matters ran on and on. It against the barrier. It was as hard needed but a ipark to Ignite the pow. and as unyielding aa the other walls, j der. It would have seemed, and yet No light came to her even She was a vast cataclysm of nature only Imprisoned alive In this rocky sepul-cbe- r brought about the explosion. He had Btsnford, Kentucky. She sank down on her kneea never touched her except to take ber and burled her face In her hands. She person had been as In- murmured words of prayer. band. Her violate to him as It she had been a Her mind flew to the other side of star above his head. And she had the Island, to tbe man, Was he, too, been careful under no circumstances entombed? Was this the end of her to allow more than that. Their bands labors? Outside she could hear tbe had clasped often. Indeed, with every wind roar and the waves thundering Furniture and Undertaking. "Good night" and "Good morning" the with awful violence on the shore. BeDay Phone 28. circuit of touch was made and broken, fore the earthquake bad come the but that was all. They usually parted storm. There was still some connecNight Phono 1?3. at night on tbe sands where she bad tion between tbe cave and tbe outer first been thrown ashore. He would air. It seemed, for she was now conStanford, Kentur-Hy- . stand and watch her as she glided scious of lightning flashes. After tho away from htm In tbe darkness toward storm, came the fire. Her mind went tbe cave that was her home. She back to what she had read from the had impressed upon blm how she Bible a few days before of Elijah's trusted blm, the absolute assurance, despair. Therefore In like case she UnderUKera and Embalm, tbe entire confidence that she had listened with all her heart for the still era. Abo Dealers in FurWe are in position to do all kinds ot would respect tbe agreement voice of comfort to her that he awestruck such as Block Work. Farementa niture, Mattings.Huga. They between them and be would have died soul. It did not seem to come. She and. In fact, w can maka any thing from a will exchange Furniture tor boiuedowntoafenee post. We ran terre rather than have transgressed the law, waa doomed; she would never see 70a promptly and auarantoe nrstolas iU Kiod of Btock. atepped over that Imaginary barrier, him again, If Indeed he were yet Give work and material, (fall and get our prions before you buy yonr material at least. as potent aa the circle of Rlcbelleu, She knew ber feeling for blm allro. Them a Call. Prices Right. now, which kept them apart She slipped forward and fell fainting - KENTUCKY And yet she would never know on tbe aandy floor of the cave. And STANPOHD. Stanford, Ky. constraint be pat uon still the voice was there. Presently what horrible stood with cleacbed It came to ber, aa the- voice of Ood himself. How be bands and quivering body and stared usually cornea to humanity, through Dealer lu and If anufactuier ot after ber, long .after eke had gene, flhe the lips' of man. would never know bow that iatemalty After a space, how long after she Marble and Granite Monuof longing grew aad grew antll some- could not tell, she was conscious of ments! times he felt ttat be oeuld not over- a human cry through the wild clamor Markers and I'osts, Oemvlerr and J,awn GOTO master It. She would never know how of tbe storm. A voice that she knew Vases and tmtlees. Office and orks, Ky. Carson's Kosteorant Lancaster, Street he pluaged away staggering through and loved waa calling her by name. HUnford.K. tbe woods and threw himself dawn Waa It aome wraithlike fancy of the Meals served at el I hours an to 11 do r. u upon tbe sands on his fide of tbe storm? She rose to Best place u wt(or a food quick ber knees, sick Island, disdaining even tbe rude shel- and faint, and listened. No, meal. was Oooklng to snlt our customers our specialty ter of tbe cava which was bis home, a human voice, bis voice, ber Itname. Hplendld new line of fancy and fought It out. Sometimes she The cry was fraught with frantic apGroceries, saw evldencea of Internal eonfllot In peal. It thrilled and vibrated with bis soul tbe next morning. Tbe calm passion. It told her in that awful moUotOoirte,Handwleues, pies, Batter milk. serenity, tbe Indifference, the animaland sweet milk, etc, at all times, ment a story which she bad not read. like satisfaction with which he bad It revealed to her imaginations of H. A. CARSON, abe first knew blm which she bad not faced life when dreamed. She was had long since dlssppeared. There fascinated with what abe heard. were deepening lines upon his face forgot for tbe moment to answer. She All which told of thought, of struggle, and the woman In her, tbe . eternal femiof character thus developed by these nine In her, listened. Her bosom rose New Live rv. two potent factor In shaping human knd fell, ber heart throbbed, her destiny. Depot Street, pulses beat Alone with that wild, Undertaker.and be could never know what wu baaslonate, appealing, And Phone . frantic cry, she STANFQItB.Gr KY- ! bar salad, ettaer. Ke surer dreamed earthquake, the forgot tjie KENTUCKY ) I jferjot tie bis. U m ttat abe ul4 , Kosst.rnone ,N. 0ee raeoe, tar. d. Heart Awakened. For the moment she forgot where she waa and fancied herself back on tbe ablp or more naturally tossing about In that small boat after that long, eventful voyage. Yet no motion to which she bad ever been subjected not even the wildest pitch of the storm which had finally cast her away, produced In ber such strange emotions as she experienced then. For the earth Itself waa trembling, quivering, rocking. Tbe cave wall above her, seen dimly by the filtering light of very early dawn which came through tbe opening, partook of tbe mad, fantastic motion, In another second she realised that It waa an earthquake. The air seemed filled with a peculiar ringing sound of storm. Her bed, of course, waa the soft and over which grass bad been strewn. She lay, therefore, on the floor and could net be thrown down, but she was rolled from side to side In a way which paralyzed her senses. 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, the most extensively advertised footwear in the world. A pret-t- y big statement, but it is true. Manufactured 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 . &" 5 $P .? ie i?l H. J. McRoberts. Ico Cream Soda Water Phosphates Grape Juice S3 33 pl And a Large List of Genuine Thirst Quenchers At PENNY'S DRUG STORE, BSEBBBB&BSBaBBBEBESR J.L.Beazley&Co.,W. a. tribble. 'I tr . CONCRETING PHILLIPS BROS.. - Harry Jacobs, When Hungry J. C. McClary, Prep. S. CARTER, Imblmr. Ma ft BKM )r to J .(To Be CoeUnued) J SriNPJJS, FniDAY AUOUBT lh 1?10. rwrf.,. , TItC INTERIOH JOUMNAU 1'AUE rumcK rWhen You Are Hunting $3.65 hand-tailore- Buys any of our self-trimme- d, $3.85 Buys any of our handsomest Persian smd Brald-irlmmSuits that arc worth $7 to $&5t-WAScd H 3 -f- d Wash Suits that are worth Cut-pric- es SKIRTS. on all Wash off, according to the grade. $5.00. Skirts 10 to 25 per cent- - For Bargains don't forget about our August Sale on Wash Suits. 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 Suit. They are this season's goods and are correct in material and style. as-Wa- sh SEVERANCE & SON, Mr. A. II. (' Dinwiddle, of Hub ton. Mr. W. II Shanks spent yesterday Tbere Is new lino of 26c hot lllo, spent Thursday hero In Richmond special Taluet at Penny' Dnifc Mrs. J. K, Ilruce Is spending n Mr. and Mrs. J. C Hays are at Crab Store. week at Crab Orchard Springs. Orchard Springs for tho week Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Adams left Miss Francis Vandevccr Is visiting PERSONALS. for Cedar Creek to visit rola-tlc- In Richmond and Cincinnati this pn-lr- i. yes-.tcrds. Stanford, Kentucky, m Mr. George Kllli, of Cunningham, Misses Katherlne I.ynn, Rlnda I'et-tu- s Kanaaa, la with bla parent here. and Jonnle Newland leave SaturMMs Anna Chancellor la at Lexlng. day morning for Niagara Falls. cek. ton attending the fair thU Itev. H. B. Mahony returned Wed i.'"Mr. W. C. Holman, of Mobile. Ala.. nesday night from a protracted stay guest of Mr. and Mr. in Washington and Oregon. He In Mil been the C F. Garnott tUtn. Mist Josephine Drady Is III with ma lariat fever and Inflaraatory rheuma Mist Katherlno Melvin, of Crab Orchard has returned home after n delightful visit with the Mlssea Par-rU- h Jason Lawhorn one of the moat mib " eUntlal cltlxen of the "Statu of took Wednesday afternoon's train for Louisville, where ho hns gotie lie may decide to locate In the PalU City. Mr. W. II. Mclloberta la taking his vacation. Ho will spend part of th time with relatives and old friends Mr. June Held niter In Stanford. spending a day or two nmrng iho tnrae folks at Iluttotnlllo, has return-to Dnnvlllc Danville Advoc.itb , Cms-fj,pros-pectlnd at Hlchmond. Mr. nnd Mrs. Mike Mundy, of Ixiuls-lllehave been tho guests of Mr. James Mundy and family. Mrs. W. II. Wcaren and MUs Mar-rar- James spent Friday In Crab chard the gueata of Mrs. J. F. Or- Hot-dar- Mr. J. H. Hanks, of the Hanks Mo tor Car Company, of Ixwlsvlllc, Is spending several days at Crab Orch- aid with his wife and family. He Is demonstrating that splendid car the Ford, much to the delight of local friends. Ilohon with tyhpold fever at her father' In homo JJrs. John Rouse and Mr. Mat Simpson have returned from Crab Mrs. Campbell Is very III 'W1T$ it with Orchard and aro continuing their visMr. and Mrs, E. T Fence, 006 week. Mr. and Mrs. I). M. Elderldge, of Springfield, Mo., spent Thurday wltli her aunt Mrs. Long en route to Lon don. Ky. Miss Mary Dunn and Miss Mary Elizabeth Watts, of Louisville, are pleased with the west but asys tbero visiting Mlssea Mattlo and Uettio Is "no place like home." Paiton. Mr. Jesso M. Alverson entertained Mrs. W. H. Mueller was called to last evening with a vaudeville party Lancaster this morning by the Illness Campbell for Miss Ilachel Settlo and her of her daughter Mrs. Iiohon who Is very 111 with typhoid fever. guests Miss Sarah Warren Wilkinson Miss Clara and Francis Cooper of Tennessee, and Miss Mary Koy are veiling Mrs. J. C. llallcy in Crab Trimble, of Mt. Sterling. After tho Orchard. Mrs. Nannie Wood Kitchen entertainment waa over delightful re- Miss Sue Taylor Englcman are and at were, serve! to about Crab Orchard Springs. freshment twenty guests. KinnKfort News. Miss Josephine Warren has returnUtile Miss Mary llallcy of Crab ed from n visit to relatives in Dan' Orchard hns returned to her home af- ville. Mrs. Hugh Held and Welch Rochester a visit to Miss Sophia Saunders, Thursday The Misses Alcorn entertained at ter went to Mlddlesboro cards on Wednesday afternoon In to visit Mrs. Virgil I.ce. Miss Cnlllo Adams passed through honor of Miss Gertrude Field, (if Florida, nnd Miss McDearmon, of St here Thursday en route to her homo l.ou!s, Mo., tho nttractlvo guest of In Lnncastcr after vlbltlng In AtlanMiss IlerU Jean Fenny. The hand- ta, Ga. Miss Ifclle Denny left on Wednessome homo was beautifully decorated with htigo Jardlnlcrs of golden glow day for a visit to Miss Eatolle Walker and potted ferns. Tho spacious lawn In Garrard. Miss Mary McRobcrU, of Danville, which Is always beautiful was most attractive on this occaalon with the arrived Wednesday to bo the guest ot Miss Mary Hlgglns. card tables scattered over It. Miss 8uo Woods and Mrs. Nannie In tho receiving line wero Misses Fattlo Alcorn, Gertrude Fields, Derta Woods Kitchen sent Thursday at the Penny. Elltaboth McDearmon Lcxinrton fair. Mr. w. II ltiggms ana .miss lhui and Hollo Alcorn. After tho games delightful refreshments consisting of Deth Hlgglns spent Wednesday at the Ices, cakes, and minis in green ami Lexington rair Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Foster, Mrs W him wir served. The nrsi pnie was given to Mrs. Ilessle McKinney M Ilright and Mrs Eliza Ulaln chapera pair of silk hose; tho guest ptite a oned the following girls and boys to the Lexington fair on wcanesaay. ntUer stiletto was won uy ni and Mlsa Derta Jean Penny was the Miss Effle Uaughrr.on, MaUle Grimes, Lettle lucky winner of the booby, a deck of Mary Elizabeth McKinney, Inicards. ' were present and Walker McKinney, Lylo Cooper, Anna About fifty guests tio Carson, Uessle Holtzclaw, enjoyed the hospitality of theso al- D McRobcrta, and Messrs. Jow? ways charming hostesses. Hopper. Morrison Bright, and Wilall of Stanford and Miss liam Grimes, Trunks nnd sewing machines best ham, Jnraes Sanders, Harry Lackey, on market. W. A. Tribble Maurice Ashby, Jess Hcndrcn, Sim hi Harry Lost. At Lancaster fair a pocket-booAnderson, Frank Phillips, Thompson, George Newland, Sarah contalng about J7C In checks Grlnn, Mary Lee Given, Gcno Al- - and a $5 bill. Name in back. Redrldge, Frank Sloan, Mabel Comraere-ton- , ward, for return to W. M. Duncan, Hollls Lee, Georgo Pope, Dona Mc 45-Nancy Stanford. McKcchnle, Kechnie, Jean Dates, Marshall Stone, Jessie Mothers have you tried Holllster's Rocky Mountain Tea? It's a great Messing to the little ones, keeps away summer troubles. Makes them Kings Morafok sleep and grow. 3fic, tea or tablets. Shugara and Tanner. Mr. J. A. Dean of Junction City, Is For 8ale Nice residence on Main here on business. Mrs. Delia Thacker of Uurnslde Is fctreet In Stanford, Ky,. the frontage of lot large enough for another buildvisiting the homcfolks here. King's Mountain Graded School ing lot. All necessary outbuilding. opened Aug. 8th with W. D. Quarles Everything In good repair. Price and A. H. Long as teachers. 12.760. A bargain, see L. R. Hughes, Mr. L. M. Wall died last Sunday at Stanford, Ky, the home of his mother near McKln-neHe waa out with his huckster I have opend up a first-clas- s meat wagon when he took sick aud lived store In the Straub building on Somcr only five days. Every effort was mado set street. The best and freshest to save him by Dr. C. M. Thompson, meats on hand at all times. R. II. . of this place and Dr. T. II. Singleton, Wilkinson. k 3 y. 48-2- Will Salter a eolore man, died suddenly Thursday at heart nllure. He fought in tho SpanlBh American War and drew a pernios? well-know- XV Preaching at tho Baptist cnWrctx k. Sunday at both hours, 11 and TcSO'o'-clocTho morning subject ''Conquest for Christ" Text 2 Cor. !- . The night theme "Baptism for ot Sins" from Act'Z33J Removal Ssle Wo are golBsff leave Stanford on the 30th of Augaat- -' and want to carry as few goods avar " with us as possible. To reiUcwsUJeki'c" wo offer everything in the store that Is carried by first class dry goods store, and all' goea-- aC": the most unheard of sacrlffto, priecrS Ladles' and gents' furnishings, shoe."- clothlng, hats, odd trousers, tVUi Also a nice line of notions, dress goods, all go at figures which are bound tc make them move. Don't be late be-on time, v.iilie you can get stick bar (I also have fcr sale among my household effects a first class Howard' piano Baldwin make, in good' coudl- Gold'-dustion. Also a nice filly. Will sell these very theap.) S. Goldstein, Stanford, Ky. three-year-ol- a" It in rj i: M t of McKinney. Wallace Walter bought a nice com from Walter Warlieid The price paid was something near I ISO. Uttle Vernelle Gllliland is on the sick list . W. D. Wall is In Cincinnati. blued mare St ops Falling Hair composed AYER'S HAIR VIGOR J.n chlorld, capsicum, sage, alcohol, water, and perfume. Not a singlec injurious Ingredient In this list. Ask your doctor If this is not so.' Follow his advice. A hair food, a hair tonic, a hair dressing. Promptly checks filling hair. Completely destroys all datxtruaT... Sfeort Local News. See the new perfection oil stove at Newland's." niu Does not Color the MPalr uii. J. u. Alma oomrurt. AYER'S HAIR VIGOR sfua. For Sale. tain, Ky. 3P0 bushels of large on- 4 0j Katherlne Gentry and Katherlne of Frankfort. n, umns. lj tho new perfection, nanoiea oy i. p. Newland. See big ad In other col- Tho best oil stove on the market Wt ' 4 HAVE MISS SPOONAMORE ENTERTAINS. OVER 0 ft ft the fullest extent. The hostess naa ben given an Intimation of her frlenoV Intention and royally entertained them. Delightful rclreshments were served to the louowing eu.ib present: Mr. i3io Cecil Harnett, Margue rite Commeleton, Mabel Price, Ireno Kennidy, Martha Grahanr. Virginia Une. William Price, Lar.e, Edna Mike Greer, Joun uoruniereiuu, v.".,. Ariuur Helm. William CompDen, Frnnk. Gentry Wright, Tom Cheat- Miss Jewell Spoonamorc was "storm ed at her pretty nome m uuumo uvrtnondav nlsht by large number ol friends who enjoyed tuo evening to corn For Sale or Rent. and feed mill, latest machinery, capa Good shipping city 225 bushels. point, large bulldlrigy room for ether manufactur nc. JnttcUon uuy price Company, Junction City, Ky. I Final Gleao OF OXFORDS At Prices That Will Interest YoitC The pair you bought the first of the:-season vices nt 2:30 nnd 7.30 P. M. There will be no service at the Methodist church Sunday night, ou nccouut of meeting at Neal's Creek. The meeting at Neal's Creek conducted b ReV. and Mrs. J. J. Dickey Is well attended by attentive audiences. Rev Maltland and wife came Wednesday but returned home Thurs day to visit their children in J'enn RSivanla who are sick. Tho meeting Serwill continue Into next week. is looking a Little Rusty and d you know how much a neat, welP-fitte- 200 PAIRS OF todies' m m m .v m Oxfords, AT CpJ-c- people culler from wek hcarti. They may experience hortnen ol breath on exertion, pain over the heart, or dizzy feelings, opprcttcd breathing alter meals or their eyr become blurred, their heart i not sufficiently ttrong to pump blood to t!iecxtreniiliea,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 Such is Dr. Pierce's Golden which has no bad Medical Discovery, which contains no dangerous narcotics nor alcohol. Tha Inzrtdltnts, as attested undtr oath, arc Stone root (Colllntonlt CtoaOeo-tit- ), CanMdto-tlt- ), llfoodroot ISinrvlaMrU dnadross). (loldcn Seal root (Juren'a root (Stilllnti Srhmtk), black Cherrybaric aVunus VlrjIoUnM). Mandrake root (I'odophyllam iVurum),lth triple rttlnrd glycerine, prepare In a Klentlllc latMratory In way mat no druggist couu imiiau. This tonic contains no alcohol to shrink up the red blood corpuscles ; but, on the other hand, it increases their number and they become round and healthy. It hc!p the human avstem in the constant manufacture of rich, red blooiM It helnt the stomach to assimilate or take up the proper jcicmcuts frees the food, thereby helping digestion and curing dyspepsia, hearftbum and many uncom fortable symptoms, stops excessive tissue waste in convalescence from fevers; people, the " Discovery " is refreshing ancmio, for tbe nd vitalizing. Stick to this safe and sane remedy, and refuse all just as good medicines offered by the druggist who is looking for a larger pro6t. Nothing but Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery will do you half as much good. after-effec- t. Mny Weak Heart yet! Oxford adds to yourappear-ance- . Plenty of time to Wear them n 11 I'A (drailj . I Jftt W. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY L. R. Hug hes T. V. Humble W. O. Martia n, W SUPERIOR m? d 25 PER CENT. OFF ! ' On any Oxford in our store. Ten For Cent. Off GRAIN DRILLS P For 1910 Have Arrived. Stop In And See Them. On all lawns, batistes andi silk mull. .&lso big reduc- WORTH $2.50 TO $3.00. i m m m m m m Cummins &Wearen, This store k STANFORD, KENTUCKY. the home of Hart, Schaffner &Marx clothes a- W. H. HIGC1NS, YOU WANT tion in a lot of short lengtb summer silks, suitable for waists, scarfs etc. HUGHES, MARTIN & ! CO., STOP IN AND SEE IF HE HASN'TSOMETHINQ Stanford, Kentucky. - L Dry Goods. Notions, Shoes, STANFORD. KENTUCKY sssMsssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssMsss i. 'i aitij., ...is.nA.-- . ..t.w- - ....-- , .... i. ju .a . ri -- 2. !r S" its "T.gjlLML-..Ml'K- T V TH8 INTHRtOR JOURNAL. i- - i iff q FRIDAY. AUGUST lath, lilil MinasatSSJfim Ti P - ftfe. COOL KITCHE- NNo Heat Except SOMETHING OP FAWCIR'S OBPARTMBHT. YOU INTEREST TO Where Needed! DISHES HOT KEDKITCHEN DONE FOOD IN Finn Lincoln countr tobacco fartn of ipo acres, 1 mile rtjora railroad town,' school and churches, on good FOOD WELL COOCOOL. NO NO UNDER- tXyJii iMtVU34. OVERHEATED EVERY-THIN- KITCHEN SUMMER. HOT WHEN WANTED. HEAT UNDER PERFECT CONTROL AND CONCENTRATED. THE DLUE FLAME NO SMOKE IS ALL HEAT NO ODOR NO DIRT AD THESE ARE SOME OF THE VANTAGES IN USING THE I tt 1EW PERFECTION, WICK BLUE FLAME 4)IL V COOK-STOVto tna E! ,Cf'1 dta'tr vrjwhr If not youra. writ, (or a Daacrlptlva Circular nimil aganey of road; SO acres in high state of cultl vatlon, suitable for corn, wheat grass, tobacco. Corn mado GObushels to the acre, wheat 21 bushols to tho ncre, Tobacco last season netted H0 to tho acre. Thl Is nractlcallv a new farm not old and worn out land; has two good dwelling houses, one with three rooms and porch; the other a log homo of three rooms nad porch; has A No 1. Btone cellar, wood house, bug' gy house, 2 good barns, corn crib. wagon shed and nil out buildings; has a No. 1, orchard, good wnter for nil purposes; the best fenced fnrn In this part of the country; CO acres of tills farm Is In timber, worth one half the price asked for farm. When I May timber I mean good timber and not culled over timber. This farm will be sold at a bargain, If sold In tho next 00 days. Why pay real estate agents big commission? Uuy direct from owner find save money. It Is Impossible to describe this farm In this small notice. You Bhould. see It and the ad vantage of Its worth. It you want n farM, write me and learn more about this farm. J. M. Reynolds, It. It. No. 3 Wayne burg, Ky. MRS. BELL VERY LOW. Thtirlow Jones sold this week 60 head of tat cattle 'to James McKlnney at 6. ccuts a pound, I havo about 100 acres of land that 1 want to rent tor cash to good man to raise corn, hemp, or tobacco. H. C. Anderson, Dox 255, Stanford. 47-Hemp hnrvester for sale. In good rondltlon. W. A. Trlbblo. Phillips nros aro putting up a very substantial concrcto silo for Sam 2 3 Cas-tcll- , . s . v t ft. : :,) ' Clearance Sale Of Clothing, Oxfords, Straw Hats, Odd Pants. SUITS $25 $20 1 o on tho Danvillo plko. I. For 8alc. Purebred Shropshire ram lambs and yearlings. B. U, Stanford, Ky. lJhono 5G-ASA For s.ilo Thoroughbred Durocs p.tlr 16 hnnil mules nnd a family horse II. It. Crow, Shelby City, Ky 46-- 1 The largest pool of wool ever sold in Kentucky was that disposed of bj lloone county growers Monday ut when 400,000 pounds chnhged hands, tho best grades nt 2Gtt cents. Tho total price wns near ?9t),000. For Sale farm, about 7 miles from Stanford; lOOucrcs of llnu bottom land as gool as you can ilnd In Lincoln county. Tho upland Is good. 'I'lio wlillo farm Is well fenced 351-acr- o HATS. Suits at at $6.98$3.0 Hats at Hats at ...,..,13.98 $2.50 Hats at...... $11.98' $2 Hats at ..$9.98 $1.50 Hats at. $ 8.98 $t Hs at..,- $13.93 $3 $iM 2J28 $22.50 Gult " THE STANDARD OIL COMPANY", (Incorporated.) X; About Fnlitjar Fruit Jar Rings, and Caps. We a Special Price. will make you m m I s I Lutes report 'rem the beilsldo of W. Con Hell. In Seattle, Washing' ton, are to the effect that- the cannot n pver. She underwent another oira Hon Inst week and Is not rallying trom This made ilie effects of th. ordeal .the seventh operation she has under gone slnct- the street car accident oc husband, Judge curred lr. which A. Con ISclI and Miss Julia Rochester i ere Instantly killed Fur smao time It was thought that Mrs. Kelt would recover, but on the-- other naud her price. condition has continued to prow v.orse until all hope of her getting well has now been abandoned. Mr. - hr and never falling wnter, there two good cisterns at door; a dwelling, two tenant houses, two stock unrns nnd new tobacco barn, fltJx3G; 2 corn cribs, granary, Ice house, buggy house, etc. Will sell at a bargain In tho next 60 days. Owner's reason for selling Is bad health. For furthor particulars see W. L. McCarty or L. It. Hughes. Tobacco manufacturers big nnd lit lie will be given an opiwrtunlty to buy pooled tobacco at prices to be fixed by the Hurler Tobacco Society, August 16th will be the opening day. when samples of the crops will bo placed at Lexington for Inspection, nnd nt that time any or all of the pounds In tho pool will 130,000,000 be offered for sale nt a fixed prlc If not sold nt that time It will be withdrawn and when put on tho mat-ki- 't again, it will be nt an Increased tl-- e -- Suits at $18 Suits at .... '....,, $'.S Suits at $12.50 Suits at...- $10 Suits at.....'..,.. $G Suits at. ;;; 1.73. II. J& $1.19 .' .$..79 ,....;.. ...$8.98 J $3.9di ODD PANTS. $7 $5.48 OXFOROS. $4 Oxfords $3.50 $.1.00. atK...- Ox'ords at nt at , Oxfords nt Oxfords , $2.50 Oxfords $2.00 Pants at Panti at-- .., $5 Pants at $2.79. $ pant at tu T l'j.50 Pants at. $I.98j $j pjnti at, $1.6S )2.50 Pants at. $C $3-2- $4.43' .. $1.83 $2.98 .$2.68 . .$23 .$1.93 SAM ROBINSON, Stanford, Ky. Greeo River Carop Meetiixj, AT JUMBO, FOUR MILES FROM McKINNEY, KY., -- WILL BE HELD ON "Vidders" SUNDAY ! SCHOOL PICNIC ;i hi ! mt v I I !' lit The Sunday school of Coffey's Bapwill have a. picnic at Blue llowland, K.. Aug. 11 Lick Saturday Aug. 13. Everybody Well, we extend our thanks and Is invited to come nnd bring a big gratitude to Ilro. Hosklns and Uro, basket. A regular program will be Bullbach and the Christian people of carried out. The picnic grounds arc Stanford for tho wonderful work they only four miles from town. have done In our little town. They bae brought several out for Christ WHY SALVES FAIL TO CURE ECZEMA and eveml more have made a start and we think they will accept Christ Scientists are now agreed that the aa their savior soon. They have also eczema germs are lodged not in the helped us to organize a Sunday outer skin or epidermis but In the skin. Hence a penetratlg liquid school which is proving a success and ffjUTi . T" 71 is required ad not an outward salve wo hope they will continue to help that clogs the pores. Wfi. recommend us. to all eczema patients the standard We aro In sympathy with tho young prescription Oil of Wlnergreen as compounded In liquid form known as boys and girls .in our midst for they O. D. D. Prescrlptfcn. A trial bottle have no show whatever, for the widof this D. D. D. Prescription, at only ows and widowers are taking tho day 25 cents will Instantly relieve the Itch. in Rowland. We had one old gentleWe have sold and lecommended this romedy for years and know of won- man to come from the West to marry derful cures from Its use. We recom- one of our old maids and as soon as mend It to our patrons. Shugars & she found out he had never been marla0aPCHCiBfiC Tanner, druggUts. ried, she would not have him; at Raftfc least that Is what wj all think. "GET BUSY" Two of our prettiest young girls InWe "got busy and talked the own- formed us that they will attend the ers down to "1120 per acre" listen: Brodhead and London fairs In search Ona nt lha van Haa farmalf nnl of beaux for they say they hare no the best of its size in Lincoln county. Splendid locality, fertile soil, high- - (how here, for the widows and widiky GEO. a? tpSgg. ImnrrtVAmonta nvarvthlnir In ha owers are tuklng the day. So anyone desired. 251.11 acres only one mile desiring a good time in Rowland must irom. atanrora, iana lies wen ana is be a widow or a widower If they want Wrtll WAfArPfl nut A "Hiimmv" estnto man ought to sell this farm their klte3 to fly here. ouc oireuiio lur uctBeii. e warn you farm buyers to look at this farm. If you have anything to .sell Dick Hamptn We have other farms In Lincoln ami f.nrrnrH in the U'.Ua teiw .atnln. gue. For further particulars apply to Hughes & Swlnbroad, Tho real estato HAS HIS WRIST BADLY HURT BY -A MAIL CRANE. men. Lancaster, Ky. LINE STOCK Dick Hampton, one of the most pop ular engineers on this division of the Take to L. & N.. bad a narrow escape from los ing his left arm whllo making his run Nunnelley's New Stock Yards early this week. He was leaning out of the cab of his engine, near Boston, He buyand sel every day in the county, when a mall crane HTh art tun tnrmm a( ItAIIfa Nelson Mm year except Sunday. Bring on near (he wrist. He thousht struck cleanlineis. the external and the in at first that the limb was broken, so your stock. Best market iu ternal. The one is for your pride la severe was the pain, but It proved on the State with plenty of yourself; the other for your life and ly to have ben severely bruised. The -and water best covered pen., outsido of Louisville or Lexington. health. Both are important, but of deep cuts are visible on the arm, ana astly more importance in the loag the member Is very painiui sun. rH5..,.the internal cleanliness. rSTANFORD, KY. We also do a general hitch and feed business. r5X?3 AND WIDOWERS THE WHOLE SHOW AT ROWLAND NOW. tist church AUGUST 26 to SEPT. 5, '10. -by-- - . REV. ,. L. SANDERS, CMS. THE WORLD-WID- E D. TILLMAN, . Crab Orchard. Kentucky. KNOWN SINGER AND EVANCELIST. OF ATLANTA, GEORGIA. .J? YOUR CHANCE For A In-u- BARGAIN This Ftr My $24.25. Sib - - - It II. FARMS. Others will assist In the meeting. This help for our meeting is the best that can be hid for a revival or a great camp meeting and by tho grace of God we expect hare the best meeting we have ever had. We Aceommod'tlons: furnish rooms or tenU for those who wish to stay tn the grounds. Lut occupants will please bring bedding. If you wish to buy or rent a tent please apply 10 days before meeting begins, A dining hall and 'lunch stand wilt V run for the bneflt ot the people. Purpose: this meeting is run toi the positive salvation ot tost humanity nnd not a big time gathering place. We propose to run the niectlug orderly and not allow drinking or any mla hehatlor. We want that men flee the wrath to come and prepare to.riect God. We believe In and preach holiness of heart and life but our mectin, u clear of fanaticism, and th.i doctrine that e hold Is tho one that naves men and keers them saved, revealed In our Inward and outward ut,.. Are you coming! Iks sure to come Tvnl J01 a ,ent or bulj yo R j. tage and stay all through the meeting you will never regret iLFor further particular address C. y Love, Stanford. Ky.. or Dr. Frank Grlder, McKlnney. Ky., or Clarenew j, sipple. London. Ky. Kpipectfully Yours. - Clarence J. Sipple, Sec, London, Ky. f tRC M ? aa?"fcjYSaM FINE FARM FOR- SALE - 3SSfei - FraiRemidvFor Wiak Bowik ( .i ;!ll ...cj, w,isiu this uu irta obstructions. To do ciwi you muit rrom hsM each twentr.four' hours. If your antera does not do this naturally, in the HtSPUL "n.d drtawJ. then you mult -.- .-. jllevs rtM.. - ',." "? ?"'"" Vr. CaldweU's 8yrup 'wii rnivay .w work naturaUy at certain houre 5am buy It of your drurglit at fifty cents and one dollar bottle. Just as o SAVE tAa-ycu- jrHl relltve you permanently that It will train the stomach and bowel muscles to f!? WSiiR z00' n;m " 7 you .V.r a "r-.""- ' day. but bind you up 7. iuis Pepiln. For the skeptical the beet way to be. n(l w yod for t " ir convince continuance of its- um - A SHOWER Is CHOOSING A WHIP. bath room. Yon will gel more fort and pleasure out of It than $rm can Imagine. Hut have the light put in right by the-- right pl.im- Ve have put hover baths Iu 'fhae homes and would be glad dsV5MtimatQ on the cost of placing ouo xJMsMura. r ter. rmT a iiiiaK;JrYARNeR, OtiaMM 1W. an easy matter Uore. We haye 1" ? r.uSwn w."l. " " tvery style, fo. Dvory iwa und nt bidlseatl.n. ccfl.tlrttlon K.tak.worst for-- . liver trouble. headaeheT sour stomach and aueh ailments and kep hbotit any prlc. Tbe o.tly whip you you In continuous irood health at a ver "ueh 1. the einrienee of many cannot get here Is , poor one, Wo Fleener,families like that of Mrs. Oicar Unlonvllle. Ind.. X y, Dn.. SfSP-J"have none of that Kind. Our whips could be named. hundredi of others that "'' are only a sample of our harness nnd I to Dr. Caldwell personally will be pleasd jrtve you any medlr-i- l advice you may oil Hinds of horse goods. You'll Ilnd dealre for ypura.lf or family pertalnlnr to the stomach, liver or bowel abaolutelr free ehare. Explain your caae In a the latter Just as good as the whips letterofand he will reply to you In detail. For the free aample simply send your and equally moderate In price. name and addreee on a postal younrt-- t, 3zrAn.G xrEzj.?rrx?z:.i"? ".. iu, tmmiur can -- h?;bouht L?fl?p,50ll, now. fully "..--" -- convinced ofc"t Its fl'y w aunfon, Ky. J. C. McCLARY, Stanford, Ky. card or otherwise. Kor -- Ither reoutat the doctnr's addrea I Dr. W n. Caldw.lL R. J00 CaI4 . MonticeUo. IU. Wl bulldlo,-- IF YOU ARE WELL POSTED on lumber we don't need to tell you of Its good qualities. You hao Notice found them out for yourself. It is the man who knows little about It we want to reach. If you are ono we For the next 20 days wo will all. SKIN OIHKAaKS KUAUILY CUltHM wont to say most emphatically that our tobacco hogsheads at mill at J BY SIMPLE HOME REMEDY. the best lumber Is by tar the cheap- $1.10 each. We also have some fine , est and' that ours Is the best to be had. white and brown leghorn cockerels If you are suffering from any form Planing . for sale. Kings Mountain A ALLEN, Ky. of skin or scalp disease, would you v Mill. Kings Mountain, Ky, like to get prompt relief and bo cured by u clean liquid prepCUT FLOWERS FOB SALE! aration for oxternal use? Mr. U ,L. Penny, the druggist, baa this remedy 1 oan lurnlih thtpubUowlth tb bait, aa In stock and wants his customers to wall LANCASTER. KY. the troibeat of cut nowari, plant ot know that It is recommended for Ecall kind., bulb, potted floweri, on abort BUYER OF zema, niackbeads, Pimples, Dandruff, notlca. Alto make a pactalty of wraatbi for tor fanaral puruoa.a. Tetter and others diseases of the skin All In ooDD.otlou with tba abora, I hav all and scalp. Zemo has made Home Mad o( vegetable, on band at raaaoaabl Stanford Branch T. K. Tudor, M'o'r. prlota. cures and with euch WE ARE PAYING TODAY FOR: PIIRIBTHANUKKKN HOUHUt, of Zomo, Mr. Penny will give EDlluaaAHD, J ., you a booklet on skin diseases and Hens ,. Htanwt, Ky. ,.i:-i3- c you pan diagnose your own case and 1'css be cured In your own home without I'ryers , He any inconvenience or loss of time Turkeys .per ..,,9-lU- u lb.. .from .business by. this clean, simple Ducks, per 8c lirpnAratlnn.'prto bualBMayttUl v Roosters, pet lb..... taiil rsAa olotb,r-I- U bar that Hides per lb 7c wblob pmolr Indlcau lndllduaUtaifll tbay I FOR SALE. . . . will aiao war rfiifti to Feathers or antra trouura. tenor J09T mt, as ian $5.00 ooal. lor sxttfi nwiPtrl alnrlHaasd Lu A small farm of 75 acres situated on Ginseng, per lb oa baad rvir lor your MOip Most of this farm la Yellow Root, per lb Indian Creek. n. u. nu run s , am iwier, creek bottom; good water; S3 ucres klME AND SALT FOR SALE OR IN BUBtord.aty. EXCHANQE FOR PRODUCE. cleared land, 2S In grass; good houso ' Phone 153 We carf plsais youj and other buildings; on county road W Mar Oaa HuaSnd DaUara Rtra4 tor and phone line; 20 acres of creek hot TOOK ALL HIS; MQNEY. u torn In timber. AU of this land can Often all a man earns goes to doc-acSchool be cultivated with ease, r..CHBNKY-tXX.Tol, ... . church and store In two miles of farm. tors Liver or Kidney trouble that Dr. or for medicine, to cure a stom- orabla la allIt raara, aad MtoM aba VHxMi This farm lies four miles east of 6um . Irai MUaua aad hiviZ, Mlddleburg, tour miles west of Ktng's ach Llvor or Kidney trouble that, Dr. aw. w tuoa br Ma Sna. WiUUKO. KlWK King's Life I'llls would quleki kinu. .Mountain and near Duncan, In Casey cure New slight cost. West for Dyspep- , Haa-- Catarrh Out la UiaaiMMaaiw. at near tho Lincoln lluo. Call on or ad. sia, ladlgestlea, Biliousness, ConstiaHtaa J, J. Carter. dress, pation, Jaundice, Malaria aad Debility 25o at Peany's Drug Store. i TUl Ul TaavSf ffmt ownMsatlas. Located on the Stamford and C y lenhelm pike containing 13S well watered, one hundred acre-gra- ss CO acres for wheat. This 'j produces tine tobacco, corn and wh A fine young orchsrd of one hundi hearing fruit trees, a modern new t . loom house, cistern at door, cellar an , all. neceaary outbuildings, two largo barn, new silo, free mail delivery, three hundred yards to school, l miles to union church Will make terms easy. W. F. Dlsho i. Stanford, Ky,r nnx 41 Phone. r!D 2 . teaan-bouses2 I t J. H.B. Northcott. 10-H- Kindt of Farm Produce pur-cha- ... r. Spring &Summer Stock. or,-ttal lat-mto- lb.,........'.., 7-- 5.c c HoVThis? a.a ctt bi' oui4.r-AHflkc- a TS ri U, K