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ILiW fit VOLUME XXXV1L f HTANFORD LINCOLN gptlNTXY KENTUCKY FRIDAY AUGUST 19 1910 r NO Pi I BOLD ATTEMPT TO KIDNAP BABY 1I i 0 STRANGE WOMANniROWS ACI IN FACE OK 11tjjTOMEADS- BUT MOTHER 9A fIg CHILD Although blinded by tell thrown Into hecyoycn by a Woman kidnaper Mre Thomas KaUs it prominent young matron of this county ought eo desperately for pdisesstoh ofh year old son about noon ThursJa- that 1r her assonant was forcdd to leave without tfie tlnyblt of human booty sought and Ho took hasty flight fn It big aulonlohllo which was waiting handy All yesterday afternoon Mrs Bads liusband his father J U Kads ono otJfJcolnMcCnrty and his deputlea kept tele phono wires In all directions through tqIntfCoPtand a wolf dressed man and woma laidkldnnillugof a mothers love Young Mr Kadu and hla wlfo reald about five miles from Stanford on branch of the pike to Huetonvlllu Peyton1Vollmorning and left his young wife an their baby alone af homo 8hortl beforo noon a well dressed ma came to tho door and Inquired Mrs Bads If her husband wax roIgrctmoro of him Tho baby became sleepy so tho mother was rocking him to sleep 1 fore preparing dinner when sh heard the nolso of an automobile on the pike a short distance In front tho house and looking out saw a hi jejlow car pass containing a ma and woman tho latter handaotnel- dressed so much so that she attract ed Mrs Bads particular attention Hhn was lulling her Infant to sleep again when the woman who had Just passed In the machine camo to her door and asked the permission to sit I and teat while her husband attended to some business down the road Mm Ends readily gave her porml- ton and the visitor Immediately hr came apparently greatly IntcwtiJ In the baby hlrvonfollowed her In and seemed desirous of getting her hands on tho child Sho soon left and Mrs Eads went In to tho kitchen to prepare thu noon day mealy In A short time she detect d a faint creaking of tho screen door In front and instantly realised that some one was opening lu Sho hastened out and confronted her woman visitor of a few moments boo tore very glibly the woman explained that In putting the baby on the bed a handsome diamond pin had probab ly become fastened In his little drew and she had come back to look for It Tho mother went with her Into tho room whre the child lay asleep Tho atranger picked the baby up and as she did so began to glance hurriedly from onotfoor to another at the sane Ume qulftkty fumbling In a handbag which swung at her waist Lire En4e became alarmed at her a tlons and reached for the baby an 1 caught IU droll Mefrnwhlln th strange voraon pulled a small lla irout of her handbag and as tho moth er caught hold of her child th second time the stronger dashed the full ton tents of the bottle Into her face The pain waa severe Mrs had could hardly see but In a frenzy sh pulled thobfcby away from the strong cr and In agony ran through tho kitchen out Uia rear door of the house to the cabin of a negro couple some distance away The negro woman was at home and tearing for her small plckanlnny pllllJ on tho floor bolted the door not until her husband returned homo about an hour later was tho alarm given and assistance to the Injured woman um monod Mr Bads camo quickly bur trace of the would + a klrpapa M could be seen The woman had evi dently hurried away the Instaut that aho saw her plan toiled by the morn erA physician who exampled Mr o Kads Injuries o6u afterwards fnUnd that her left eye had received most of the contents of tho bottle Ho pronounced It solution of probably hydro chloric acid diluted sufficiently It Is temporarily until have herebaby could e e spirited away but not strong enough to permanently Impair her sight Mrs Bads was able to give a tery accurate description of her strange visitor for she was otruck with the stylishness her garments he- ecailairnof t diamonds and her gen refinement and culture Sao had laetaiHI rcegBlEed her a the woman who had pawed In th automobile with a man a few morn eats before ehe appeared at her horn The officers believe that th8coupl- are certain be caughttwllblB a fe hours 11 Mrs Eads and hfrf baby were brought to town to the residence of her aunt and uncle Mr and Mr A 0 Carman lust night where she1 will stay until she recovers tram her Juries and tho effecta of ufchaUar A rowing experiences Before heniet a rlage to Mr Bads aho was MISt Ne tie Waller a daughter of Capt J F Waller of bOtttavllle a wellknown engineer on the L N Sheriff MaCarty receives word thl morning that several men In Shelh city bad noticed aa autbraobllo VMS ed through there soon after noon yea terday containing a man and womanr All said that the n cwas going xsry feet Rev HskarKjis JsSLl SKiSsEr BAPTIST PASTOR LL TAKE OTHERFlElbtlD tAt a business meeting of the mot oershlp of the Baptist church aft Prayer Mooting services Wednesday night tho resignation of Itov J T HOlik Ins ns pastor of the church waa accepted to thktf effect at once Tt deacons and officers of the ehur were Instructed to rill the pulpit us warignnledne rt tlmo ago but decided that It wad bust that he never completely his rvlatio with the local church to take up wo in other fields He has been tho pas tor barn for about a year having time from Todd county l A Thrown Off and Hurt EX6HERIFF HILUS HORSE SCAR ED BY AN AUTO- e Former Sheriff T J Hill wan ba beingY rrefehw townIIpnllYyautoItJumped directly Inlo the path of the bllCktowardIt so It struck tho animal and It gay0 a leap throwing Mr 11111 oft and in front ot tho car Tho brakes had been applied however so that the lIllisowas weofro k hornre Childrens Eyes Examined SEVERAL AT MORELAND NEEDED GLASSES JUNCTION NEWS 18etheforelandseveral of them in need of glasscn bionandoouUlthuby City The work on Dr Phillips residence wen delayed about a week on account of lack of exile and JolsU for the tintfloor Lira H S Ulasscox Continuraqult tII At bin i Cootierte ot typhoid fever Her daughter Mrs Omle Sink horn of Cincinnati is at her bedside The Shelby City depot Is being rais ed and remodeled by the L N Car inters MwD U FoxSr and daughter Mrs Ella Cloyd and their children nr visiting relatives at Crab hls weelc Masters Rlnder Fox asaUteftRfith Fox employ a goo t sad to wk I gat to go to school etMooreYnow ono mile and a hat Hubiytit AK fa McChord whoU ieaeh ag the McCornlack school was at home jun Mr JradV Lewis1 t6bacco In the old stave factory lot la ono of the best pieces around here Ooyeret r Ed William paint the building red Mr and Mrs James Klnnalrd of Lexington ipenl Sunday with her mother Mrs George Holt b Mrs Klnnalrd was a Mlsa Fannie Holtby George Gibson six yearold son Mr Fred Gibson riled last week and was burled in their yard They loat U four yvarold son in May Mr George Hunn the energetic trust tee of the Moreland school has put in nine roller wlndor cartand i bucket pump on tho cistern Mr James Hanson attended the Lexington fair Thursday and Friday Miss Fannie Spears made a visit to relatives in NlcholasvSlle Saturday and Sunday Misses Flora Drlesler and Myrtle Hughes of the Moreland school have typhoid fever TURNPIKE CONTRACT The undersigned committee of the Lincoln county Fiscal court will on Aug 31st 1910 at 1 oclock pm open sealed bids for 50 rods of gravel or stone to be spread on the Kings bleun loin and Duncan pike 10 rods to be spread beginning at John McKeea line and ending whey nowI JII neewr e spread solid 6 inches thick and sigh feet wide Prospective contractors will state la their bids whether the steno is to crushed hand nachni and 1rQ tobe e 1tR In ring If ntt r used to be broken BiifeJatiWlKa graveyel li dumpsIi All bids to beaeafsealed to O B Cooper Clferk Stanford Ky J A Singleton and W S Burch Com mittee ALL DAY SERVICE pAT HUSTONVIILE REVIVALuet Hustonvllle Ky Aug 18 manltelltedhfog held at the Christian church here All day services will bo held at the Christian church Sunday Free Slur cheon Wit bo served on the college requestkevangelist will deliver a special ad WbyOoya AtteDeath twirlerthe home of his parents Mr and b McCornmck quite 111 with ty liiold foyer Milton has pitched Paris to the front of the Kentucky League boadt secgleaguesy e of Quincy Ky who with his estimable family live hero many years spent three or ton days hero last week killeduery young Marshall Herrings for running chick ono Mr J K Sturgls the highly accoin pllsbed singer leading tho choir the Christian church Is not only fine singer but an expert on a violin clarionet cornet and organ The rent Ultlons by the choir under his dlrec lion are attracting marked attention Several fine voices from other churches here aro greatly aiding in the long service and we pray tho Moater to bless them Mrs Huff Uudderar and Mrs Dan Traylor of Stanford wore guests o Lon and fettle Cowan two days tae week Mr Matt Portman Peacock late from St Louis has gone lor a weens visit to hU brother Thomas Peacock Ht Robbing Tcnn Miss Lola Wheeler daughter of Unlit Chas Wheeler has salved from a two weeks vacation from Nashville Tenn where she has a large school 1 In high class voice culture She is the foituuato owner of a moat remark ably sweet soprano voice ot the Ada line Pattlo class- r Jones Baugbman Juno Rocker Dr O R Williams and Henry Baughman motored over to Frankfort Versailles and Lexington Sunday In an Over land haatof Judge J P Goode odd wife 1111 week alItaut WM in every respect a howling succea and the large crowd was well ontcrtalBik The guesalnp contest prizes was wqnby MrsOCat Hooker Parker Swope and 11 tUa Jesse Rilfe- Misii Kate Warrlner of Lexington audldevealBK with a charming duet ren dlUon lttlerand Vaughn shipped this butcborf iAPYe POPULAR YOUNG COUPLE ARE MARRIED 1rtC SEY A happy courtship Bfrfour years was Joyously ended on Thursday Aug litwhen Pot James W Dye and 3llss Mamie Adams a prominent young so ciety couple of Mlddleburg were unl ed in the holy bonds of wedlock tin venerable Rev Joshua S Taylor off flclatlng The young couple ore wet and popularly known Casey and Lincoln counties and their legion of friends of this section will bo glad to hear ot their happy union for life f The same minister WhDls now past tJim eeirre end ten and II vets an of the Civil war officiated at the marriage ceremonies of the parent and maternal grandparents of groom The bride la a daughter of the tat John S Adams and Mrs Mary A Adams of Mlddieburg and Is a popu tar young school teacherof Casey an Lincoln counties Shb IB pretty an accomplishedand a talented music Ian The bride Is a near relative of the late Col Silas Adams of Casey and formerly representative In Con green from tho Eleventh district also a cousin of lion Napier Adams Clerk of tho Court of Appeals The groom who la one of the heal known young men of Casey Is the only child ot Postmaster George W Dye of Mlddleburg and a grandson of the late Dr J P Wesley of Mlddleburg His mother died about three year ago MaJ 0 Vat Dye and Dr 0 8 Wesley of Danville are near relatives ofthe groom Ho wad educated in the public iBCheolau of Mlddleburg and Frankfort the Bowling Ureen- Bii8lneaaCoUweAnd Is a graduate Q1 a Commercial College of Columbus O He taUght In the public schools of Casey and later on the death of his mother succeeded her aa postmaster at MlddlebUrev J Prod Dyeat present a at the Head jrfyMie Commercial department of tho Afford Kn titegh school B fot IUng In he held a l1 r position with the Bristol JreriaVa Cmt rclal Colleges They will visit friends and relative 1rs Danville Lexington Ludlow aud Louisville Ky and St Joseph aa I St route Mar sad Wilt be at hoae In Stafford Kaaaas alter September is POLITICS FARMING UP IN GEORGI- ED WALTON WRITES ANOTHER INTERESTING LETTER ATLANTA FAOMI Atlanta Oa Aug18 Tflle gubernatdrial race Is on In earnest and much Interest Is being manifested There are three entries but the race Is between present Gov Drown and ez Uav9mlth A gentle roan named Walker thinks he Is run slug but be lent KxOov Smith spoke to on audience of 8000 to 10000 people n few nights ago and I never aydlrl be remembered that Coy Drown de rented Mr Smith two years ago for aftertrace mud feeling was Injected I nm not onto Uic situation of courts but J predict he will dares Mr Smith by an creased majority on the 23rd of thl peopltoo are r drown and my observation Is that the politicians generally win My broth tra a cholcje ration requires voter to register 81 luonths before primaries and elections Another race that is a fou gress Present Incumbent Lon Llv ingston Is being opposed by William Schley Howard at present Solicitor Commonwealths Attorney as we Kentucklans would say Mr Livings ton who Is an old Confederate soldier boa been in Congress for many yea and has done good work for his ittuentx In fact there are those gettintI than he lInt voting with the demo crats Ills opponents oppose that h is Czar Cannons right hand and Roes hand in hand with the Wall Street gang The Indications are that Mr Livingston will serve at least one mere term In the lower house at Washington A prominent and popular citizen ot Atlanta Is Mr John R Brooks for merly of Crab Orchard and brother of Will A Brooks known and admir ed by everybody In Stanford He married a Miss Grimes or Harrods burg and they have a beautiful home on Highland avenue an excellent pore tlon of the city Their charming lit tie daughter Miss Zllpah Brooks Is visiting relatives la Central Ken now Mr Brooks is connected leamaking good In all of them The Sovereign Grand Lodge 1 O 0 F convenw here the latter par tion of this Bwdith and great pre para tions will bQ mado to entertain the delegates I hope the Stanford Lodge Ko representative orao tad hdeyly111 not forget that an old Wund of Ihelr Is 1 1I1 the gate City Mid wants sea any and all who rime here from + Stanford Odd tel Iowa are pretty numerous here and the prder has been the aorce ot muck KOod 0 Si I have embarked In the grocery business and have a right nice little store at 110 Ulchnrtlsoa Street Just around the corner from our home I am not trying todo very much and am succeeding Claiborne assists ma and ho pad Irua the business alone He ia by a better Bierchant than I inland hub for his having to go to school early in September I would turn the business over to o kubwa far more people than I down has some lady ustooiertf WIlb won let me wait an them under any cur cumstances We still peruse the Interior Journal wth great Interest and have only one fault with It and that is Is does not come often enough Wish Ldltor Saufley would fallow in the foot steps ot the Danville Advocate and ia sun a dally Several death notices In Its columns hav caused sadness to us but the good news cheapest end test bring out weighs the unwelcome llama Am glad to see the advertising patronage holding up so merchantsaare advertiao um lieve in the use of printers ink an advertise in no other way save In tho papersdThe negroes held a musical feet vat here last week that attracted much attention The great prim donnas of the African taco were hero and they yelled loud and long The festival was a decided success and others will be held yearly The great auditorium waa used and the seating capacity was taxed- I used to greatly enjoy going to U e fairs and many times 1 Jiavo thought of old Kalntuck since the fair sea son begun I am not exactly homesick but Just want see the old folks at home you know see frpta th papers thatt the awes old blue t4 wearers are doing business 1 Won der how a fair would lgokwlthou Mack Hughes Charley Saadldge Matt Cohen and D1flbyotk I Dar eert Jn the fair rings nines d web briar And tool wond9Cilf w en these gentleman get too old + ridfc and rIel tile fair enterprise wont lose some Interest jo th PRhllGt Speaking of fairs Atlanta wjll hay a great one early fn OctoberI jroP to see some Lincoln county n6r IaDd horsemen here Relieve the for- men can win anywhere and It woul 11 do my very soul good to see my countryaen carry off the honor a time d711 hope tqsee many j antra KeatucKyBiraemen hereduring the- t gala talc week The Legislature adjourned Wednesday after a very dull and unprofit prettyAkeptdownbeen accomplished It would be a great thing for the democratic party of Georgia If both Smith and Brown could be relegatd to the rear and a good conservative man placed In the gubernatorial chair Until both the Brown and Smith factions are ollmt noted there will be trouble Induuio cratlc ranks in Georgia E C WALTON 92d Anniversary BYdbllddlp7jUrg AuRxD btlpehPoint church In Lincoln county laSt beingewasIspent andapared a sjilendld dinner which wa Raves tort sonr enjoycdIntimately acquainted with this aged opportunltyBomethlng of her life She has been quite a stout woman and a very In dustrious one And even now at her unlessub seven of whom are living Those liv ing are Mrs Parmella iVall Mrs Singleton Mrs Bottle A Single eton Mrs T S Benson and Mrs Wil liam Trimble and Messrs W M and AI J Murphy Tho grandmother of livIngtrsone of them The great grandmother of 73 grandchildren 62 of which aro living And six great great children livingA son of W F Wal who lives two miles east of YosemIte died last Thursday after only a few days ill ness and was burled at Green river church The meeting at Green river church continues at this writing and will like ly mn through tale week Largo crowds attend the night services and the Interest Is tmabatlng Rev J i Arnold came over from Georgetown Saturday and filled Rev thelBaptillteveningIJ K x ffey W E Lucas and Miss Sauna JoUea went to Eiltsburg this Tuesday to attend the Baptist As hoc tattoo Mrs S T Benson attend ed the reunion of the Murphy family lKlngsV1eFrldDyIAllt Secret L hed9It PLEASANT POINT COUPLE WERE MARRIED IJREtN JULYj Pleasant Point Aug 18 Huton Carrier and Miss Bertha Brown were united In the holy bonds 1br matrimony at Stanford on July 8th Their moUve was to keep it a secret but having failed to do so we will totrf C Alford sold to Hen Young a cow and calf for J25 Loyd Padgett bought of Rev J A Singleton three hogs at a fancy price Mrs Wm Moffet and handsome daughter of Cynth lana have been the gUest of Joseph Moffet Mrs W B Mouton Is spending a few days with Lexington friends and relatives Mrs aftertiLudlow taa Jenkins and wife were ylaltlag at Wwnesbjjfts The family reunion which was held pttwas In every way an enjoyable occas bydnumber wore present with well flUed baskets Aunt Sallle is the mother ot 13 children 7 of which are Jiving fIIIaand J O Murphy The number of grandchildren is 62 41 living Great grandchildren 73 62 living and r rat treat grandchildren 6 all Hying The five different generations were repre sented at the gathering few htthonor of her guest Mrs AC GrIt fin ot W Va After n nine supper be n served her guests were whkhewas dosepb9eatontr l1ISrSlare wheat sari worming tobacco Bnptletaon h0erblain will at Mounerain on Little Miss pate OnatlieridKe Is re covering from an attack Of fever K V Long ls still suffering with gout Miss Margaret Routers wha Is III In Lexington Is expected home soon Vm Griffin died at the baton of J T QtUfia at the hour ot wldnight High Tiibutet fI TO VALIANT MORGANS MAN PAID BY JUDGE ALCORN 1erand this section have Just returned 1 from Parks Hill Nicholas county where they attended the annual re union ot Morgans Men At the cal ofJudge I 11UonStanford aroso and briefly addressed ton Duke and comrades In which he feelingly and touchingly deaU1orJudday He paid a brief but Impressive i tribute to his departed comrade and IndiscussIng r salelthatbut one request to make and that was that when he did that a Coned breastJudge if JudgeSaufley fand bars resting his jrrpresident ofs+ J ed t ol Hawthorn was electelriitblrdi QhTin t1eliale Prof Wigginton i TO RETURN TO TEACH IN HIGH SCHOOL HERE t J M Wlgglngton of Stamping Ground Scott county has been elect i j- ed professor of the High School to succeed Prof O C Deemer who ten I dered his resignation to city board t of education a short time ojo Prof 11taugbtr nthe work of the Stanford High School that It will receive grad alesirom the local institution out examination Thomas tWwho was one of the graduates llyear will matriculate at this c tamed Institution of learning this fall Tnraerij I ITbethe supervkslonof the polite and gen J tlemanly Mr Sims had s great day Suuday Aug U The Mctvlnney band v 1 made excellent music to lbellarge iaudiOnceof about SOO In number who ienjoyed themselves Immensely Soyf V eral attended frost here + t1tIr Johnnie Carter tJJ building j large tobacco barn here I Mrl George Lunsfqrd bought a sad w afancy J d Men Durham and Reynolds are finishing thres from thejhockla fj this neighborhood bin Sallle Goode continues ill 1 theAssociationMr J W Peak while driving nails l keepingtimefamily have the whooping cough comniuntty j The two top leaves on a plant were measured and found to be seven feet four Inches from tip to Up Miss tattle McWhortor ia visiting her slater Mrs Ida Gadberry at Ellis burg Miss Sue Dollins has been vie l lUng r V Kennedy at Stanford aiaterJeff Short Is visiting the r o h1r1iMrqn business Master John JIV4Iker frienllB11bertnria I PICNIC vAND DANCE rjA grand picnic attJ vlatforni dance will he given ba fiaturdar AUj 27 inWoodsatMlIiedgevllleThis anus picnic Good music Pieajy to Ice cream and cool drinks guar anteed to be on the grounds Boya bring your girls and comeYvPdllce protection guaranteed Admission tree Wm Gaddls Mgr FOR QUICK RELIEF FROM HAY FEVER I Asthma and Summer bronchitis take Foleys Honey and Tar Jt quickly re lieves the discomfort and suffering arid the annoying symptoms disap pear It soothes and herd the in flamed air passages of the bead throat and bronchial tubes It coa rains no opiates aadBO harmful drugs Refuse substitutes Shugars and Tanner s+ Sunday He suffered Intensely wfih FBrIJegeaeedV smrvtved by two daughert and tbrlditons namely Mnf TV Prlrtttt of Y Arabia Mrs Belle Griffin Chita Ureen John Griffin his companion having preceded him to the Bravo spven l years ago The remains were Interred In the GooJ Hope cemetery Much 8 rapathy Is felt for the bereavi eU family The sad news telllae ut tlw death of Judge M J Sar1r lame as a sudden shock to bU many friends here 1 irr wiaD AU vi TIlE INTERIOR JOURNAL jiIejeAND 1872 Advance FRIDAY or HELTON 8AUFLEYPullifit r J IBIItereti at the Poet Office at Stan aa Second Class malL another newspaper has the Frankort IIWherover that paper has general candidates were abused The way the News is now dally- abusing Secretary Oeorge d Speer I of the Capital Fair because ho has f failed to give It any advertising Js enough to make every decent sewn I paper map blush with shame W know Mr Speer well He halls originally from Anderson county Is a high clad genueman made a spien did t of tne Capital Pair lat year aadVmade a decided success pf the firaj years fair and at that time the news thought so and said so There tat have been some mighty good rcksoas why the NewaJ sot er Joying advertising patronageRe1ke Capital Lair this year for Mr Bpeer numberedl1 of Frankfort the News Is making abbot It tail Its j Iabuse of Secretary fipeer Bi us tired feeling and we doat bet Ihere that the News mouthlngs are I going to hurt the Capital fair DieIn this city represented the sentl fl meats of thin respective counties and it M reasonable to suppose thy did ie Senator McCreary will get the In i i traction of every county In the Ten Iu th district lor Governor says the ML Sterling Sentinel Democrat A num 1t ber of delegates told us that It was democrat In the moun hard to find aI 1talnR that was opposed to McCreary t and that all agreed that he was the lman to redeem Kentucky All Tues t morning delegates flocked to Sena i tor McCrearys at the National Hotel j nod pledged him their support Sena a f tat McCreary was accompanied here 1 Vj Ws friend Thomas J Smith Richmond i r one of the most genial and pop q ular men in the State From the knockouts Theodore i Roosevelt Is receiving at the hands of New York republicans It begins to i look like that the mighty one cannot 1come back The New York Republl 1 can Committee by a decisive vote re o fused to elect him chairman of the d convention soon to beheld NOTICE i 1earttl toIfill and concrett wall pn at the sew bridge over Hanging Fork Creek at J S Murphys find specifi DepositjJudge L C C These bids will be opened at Mc Kinney 502 ACUTE OR CHRONIC WHICH No matter Is for kidney trouble If It- t is acute or chronic Foleys Kidney Remedy will reach your case Mr Claude Brown Reynoldsville IIIfl t writeaur that he suffered many mon r thswith Kidney complaint which batj jfled all treatment At last he tried i Foleys Kidney Remedy and a few d large bottles alfected a complete cure kCIle says it has been of Inestimable I t to me Shugars and Tanner f1To keep your health sound to the Ills of advancing years I to conserve your physician forces for a ripe and healthful old use guard your kidneys by taking Follys Kid ney Remedy Shikars iind Tanner Hows This Vft ofet One Hundred DolUn Reward tor oar starts that cannot be cured by laws = CureF J CHENEY 4 C04 Toledo O Vie the nndtnUned lure known f J Chener the tat 15 Tears aDd believe him perfectly lien In an button transactions and financially to carry out any oblirattont made by bla firm WAUMO KU NAN A UABTUI Wholesale Oruntota Toledo O rlfor1Ianreatanb CUre taken Internally acting upon the blood and mucou nirfacet ot toe TwtlmonlaU mt tree Trice ra eau per Sold by all DninHita hers Family fUll tor eonitlpaUon d WITH LIFE AND POLICYf8 SAVED You can mate n new start after the tire Wlthqut the policy what a hope 1 less and dreary outlook would bo yours Dont risk It Have us insure l you today so that if fire come tonight as it may you will not wake up to jnorrow a ruined man I Fish Pennington Stanford Ky Phone200 WHY SO WEAK Kidney Trouble May lie Sapping Your I Life Away Stanford Peoale I Have Learned This Fact i When a healthy man or woman b gins to ma down without apparen cause becomes weak languid depres- ed suffers backache headache dlzz spellsand urinary disorders kidne weakness may be the cause of It all Keep the kidneys well and they wit keep you well Doans Kidney Pill cure sIcK kidneys and keep them well Cau Stanford raders demand further proof than tho following statement Mrs T S Elkin New Danvilh Pike Lancaster Ky says I feel very grateful to Deans Kidney Pills for tho enemUley brought me My back was very lame and there was a constant jiain In my back Doans Kidney Pills went at once td the root of my trouble tmd entirely relieved me I have not the slightest hesitation in recommending Doans Kidny Pills as 1 know they live up to all the claims mado for them For sale by all dealers Price 50c FosterMIlburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remember tho name Defu1selti takeaw 4teer AN ACTTOR THE tNEFIT OF THE TURNPIKE ROADS OF THIS COMMONWEALTH Be It enacted by the General Assem bly of the Commonwealth of Ken tucky 1 That It shall be unlawful for anyone to obstruct the water tables of a turnpike or any public road by putting a crossing either private or public over the water tables of a public road without providing a culvert or drain pipe of sufficient dimension to carry the full volume of water that may drain in this water table or jto curb it so as not to impede the dui flow of water It shall also be unlaW- ful to plant trees telephone poles or fences in or closer than 2 12 feet of the outer edge of the ditch so that a piece of machinery may be used in making widening or deepening them Any fencing tree or stone falling Into a water table or rolling down from above Into It shall be removed with in foe days by the owner of the land of which tho obstruction was a part or any person not an owner trimming trees or cutting weeds or briars or any person placing any other obstruction in water table shall be liable for all damage done by turning water Into the roadbed and also to a fine of two dollars for each day the ob struction has laid In the ditch longe- than five days 2 It shalt bo the duty of the road overseer or county surveyor of roads to report every misdemeanor under this act with all the evidence h may collect to the Magistrate in whose dis trict that part of the road may lay on the penalty of being indicted by the first grand Jury for misfeasance In office and on conviction expelled from his office 3 Any water table that may wash out deeper than necessary to carry the volute of water drained and un dermining the roadbed or adjacent property by the permission of over seer or road supervisor the ditch may be filled or dammed to Its proper- size 4 In making or repairing any part of a public road one sixth or more of all money so spent shall be used for the drainage ot said road by making water tables and placing culverts or drain pipes of suitable number and size Approved March 24th 1910 SAVED FROM AWFUL PERIL I never felt BO near my grave writes Lewis Chamblin of Manchester Ohio R R No3 as when a frightful cough and lung trouble pulled me down to 115 pounds in spits of many lemedles and the best doctors And that I am alive today Is due solely to Dr Kings New Discovery which completely cured me Now I weigh ICO pounds and can work hard It al so cured my four children of croup Infallible for coughs and colds its the most certain remedy for lagrlppe asthma desperate lung trouble and all bronchial affections boo and 1 A trial bottle free Guaranteed by 0 L Penny druggist I YOU CAN BUY Your coal cheaper right now than anytime in the year Let us fill your bins with our FOX RIDGE COAL at 13 cts per bushel Clean CoalNo Slack Phone 11 J H Baughman Co If you have anything to sell in the STOCK LINE Take to Nunnelleys New Stock Yards He buyeand sel s every day in the year except Sunday Bring on your stock Best market in the State with plentyof inside of Louisville or Lexington general hitch and feed bunneee elSlaM If Rtlelelafift prteen the forgot the term she far rot the world gha ealy rel1lzetlUat- there eut IB the dawn a wan the Baa et all the world who loved her was ofsmate Thisyheartjleased against the rock wall and then she called his same Man she cried are you safar Yes was the answer And gout Entirely so save for this prison Thank God came faintly to her from beyond the wall Thank God I hear your voice I shall have you out never fear She pressed her ear close to the heap of huge loose stones which filled the opening She could hear him working outside Dont be afraid he said at last I fear nothing eke answered If you are there- In one instant the situations of life had been reversed He was the mal ter now and she hung upon his words and actions even u ka had done IB days lOBe by She bd BO knowledge ot what task was before him but she could hear tile progress that ka was making It wag leIat that ke was working u ously and yet kc stopped once la vary little wklla to reassure felmieU aa to her presence- Romaa ka cried are you still tkeraf Here and waiting wu the an saver Ha seeded that assurance of her safety to enable him to achieve his prodigious task How terrible were the efforts ha put forth she did not know until afterward but his wag the work of a Titan He was moving mountains with his bare hands In spired by love mlgktatt of passions earthIquworld Well for him that he was so thawed and clawed Well for her that God had added strength and power and energy to all his other spalndid qualities He had never done any work in his life harder than the climb- Ing of a tree but no toller with a heritage of earths whole experience of labor could have struggled as did he I idr same upon the other side of the islaaa With the first shock be remembered that sometime in his days of darkness before she came there had been a similar upheaval Ha reallied Instantly what it was Less timorous than the woman more agllebe did net lie su 1 pine for a single second HUtaougfcu were instantly for her He bad thrown himself from his cava and had ractd across the shaking quivering Island without the hesitation of B MO meat Navar so long as ha Might live could he forget the shock that cane to him when ka her barred by that great haprook fallen from the face of the ellA which lay over the entrance to the cave For one moment he lad stood appalled and then he had got to work How much time had elapsed before ha al- I With a Great Burst of Strength Ha Rolled the Great Rock Aside rived at her door how much time it took him 19 clear it way he had no Idea He had no thought but that he must open a passage and get to her dead or alive It was not wise for him to expend breath In cries but until he had some reply he could not keep silent After that when her answer came to him he worked more quietly save for those periods when ho felt that he must hear her voice to enable him to go on Such was the furious energy of his toll that by and by the great mass of rock was cleared away save one huge boulder which fairly blocked the en trance It was light outside now A gray dawn and full of storm Through the wider Interstices she could see him plainly She knew now that her res cue was only a matter of time A of a tree for a lever and his strength would roll tho rock away She started to tell him but ha caught ji glimpse of her white face pressed against a crevice and tho sight inspired him With a great hurst of strength the like of which possibly had never been compassed by mortal man since Samson pulled apart the pillars of the temple he rolled the great rock aside and stood in the en trance gasping panting with out stretched arras But a step divided them That step she took With a sob of relief she fell uponALis breast naturally laevlt ably His splendid arras swepj1 her close to him Her own kaB4xjBM tfe wt his neb With wtwrsad face abe InnViJ UMSI 4IBI ia all N =mst at yamat mlaata- He serrMider toot his Hat and kisaa keel the lilt uae ta aU Ma yaars tat fcta Ups k4 base pressed upoa aaotkaf laayt Ha eIseo kar there in IkaVkiM as allIaI opIof another human heart against his own the rise and fall of another 1Iu man breast the throbbing of another huaaa soul Tighter and tighter his arms strained her to him fire gave herself up la that mt dellrlowi awful moment to the fnft flow of long checked passion and kiss for kiss pressure for heart beat for heart beat she Bto4a repine It was too much1 It rag the mann who broke away There was nothing no experience BO remembrance to teach him It was 1surprise to thrust her from him band lingered about his aeck but his back ward pressure would not be denied He held her at arms length her lauds outstretched to him kar bosom past lug her eyes shlalng her cheeks aflame IB the gray dawa Tleldteg giving up to him yet something the H agBlflcBt metal at the maa the ractraiata through wkle he had goal the lost battle wit kb own passlaa rose to kis seal aid gnkiss mastery once mera Woman woman ka wlllpwet BO mere local aaaaa would repressM hlwImy I Ha turned away sash down oa ese of the great boulders that ka had thrown aside and burled his face IB his hand his body shaking with auc tions he could scarce deans but will understood The woman threw karsalt dowa oa her kae s before him Bad usaIhis his Weeding palm sndkisud It Man she saldx her lips wet with his own blood in sort of wild bar 7elllIfeed JL he had p tyed far It ka had hoped for It but BO revelation that bad come to him la the years of their association equaled In its blinding bHlllancy la IU Intense illumination the ravalatioa la that womaaa nlee la that womans ayaa U that woaiaas touch IM she said again 1 love you Do you underifaatl Do you know what it means Then ke found his voice Ha took her band and pressed It against his heart HI know ka whispered I vader stand here He rose to kla feet stooped caught tar by tile shoulders and lifted Jaw to his level Apltte of rock 111 hal mated oa ef the cllK fell crashing Tha place was dangerous Without a word ka slipped his arm banenth her llftei her up aa ka might kava done a chltt and carried her out upon the sand away from Ute beetling crags of the ipcky wall She aaitlad ia his arms wltk a sense of lay tad sattofactloa sad kelylanaeis cared for so exquisite that it was almost pain He sat her own presently on the sand and kne t before her The IUD ligkt sprang through the gray haze ori Jho bcyiz Ill edge and lighted her face as he peered into It Suddenly he threw himself prostrate before her and his llpu upon kcrfeet Not there she whispered laying her blind upon his bent head but here here In my arms upon my heart foi Man lap 1 love ypnl To Be Continued e IPROFESSIONAL AND IUSINESS CARDS eeSeeeeeeeeeeeeeeR Representing Tha Mtttinl Benefit Life Imuranea Ce The leading annual dividend Oem pang Its distinction Is duo to adher once of successive man omcnts to the principle df mutuality I W W BURGIN DKNT1ST Qfflco at Residence CRAB ORCIIARD KY DR T W PENNINGTON Dentist Hours 83012 AM and 1 to 430 PM I office KyDn OpticianIPRESSED STANDING SEAM GALVANIZED I ROOFING Large Quantities carried In Stock EADS TIN SHOP Stanford Phone 114 JOHN COOK Veterinary Surgeon and dentist on all horse and animal disease 1 Stanford Ky Phono 194 f WILL ADAMS Llvesyall kinds of hauling Fur niture SlarforU Ky Phone 173 r MASONS MEET ntio M FtAIIII meet- Inetetedcmnmunicatioaoarnehfirst and third Mowlhy nlgbti 7UM oclock In bull on main ttreeet Htan ford Ky ydombereorelaterlopges ere fra ternally to be preten W ions nlDRton Sec J Je BELDEN ForhMe arrJage find algn plllntlng deCo relive paP banging also buggy trimmIng et all klDdg such M tept recovered curtains sod boots made BtepoverAldridgotbliick smith hoa WMt ala m Pboue Volt 5 24 J BELDXN GilJ WALK OVER p SHOES I Are today the most extensively ad T vertised footwear in the world A pret ty big statement but it is true Manu f t factured in every leather used in footJt I wear and in almost every style conceiv J able at 350 4 450 and 5 the pair We believe them to be the best wearing and best looking mans shoe I made today 4 t 1 1 I It H J McRobertsyt G L PHJBJ no H Corey E R Coleman I a 4 1s Ice Cream Sola Water a tMJ PozpafotGrape Juice 1 I Anda Large List of Genuine Thirst Quenchers At p4 PENNYS DRUG STORE 1m MBlanford Kentucky EBEt9BB3 3 E ra E1 1 IJ LBeazleyCo v Undertakers and Embalm- en Also Dealers in Fur nitrite MattingBRugs They will exchange for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Pricee Right STANFORD KENTUCKY Harry JacobsDealer In Rod Manufacturer of Marble and Granite Monu monts LnwnVauandKlnnoyKy J C McClar ImerjaTANFOIID Ooee W A TRIBBLE I Furniture nod Undertaking Day Phone 28 Night rhone 133 Stanford HenmrHy 1 CONCRETING i rreUnipricese C tt f J PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky When Hungry r tiOOCanons neitaurnnt Lancaster Street KldealaservedatalibounuptollaorY Beat place la wnlforn good quick meal SCooking to inlt our cnitomersouripecloHy Hplendld new line of fancy Oroccrlei 4 dot Coffee Sandwiches pllll Datter milk and sweet milk et9lIt sill ttmei f A CARSON props BD CA R TERt y New aDepot E Phone H Y iTANFOtD KEN r J S Ye r i itIJR New Lace Collars v ITlwfe h nothing more popular at prevent tban lace collate We have llgftorJ oa sale a new etocV Price 25o to 1225 Wash Suits And Wash Skirts At Ofettly Reduced Prices Onefourth to one half off the price r I 5I I t SEVERANCE SON Kentucky 1 Tfewe ie a new liRe of 2Sc box pa sera special values at Pennys Dnig lftpEeMiss PIRIOKALS Clara Dime of Liberty is the- IUtltitt the Misses Wilcher J B Beck of Will 9ft fat t1llUag friends here UMUI1Mdte Bibb ia IB Toledo Ofcte visiting friends Mina Roberta ODannon li attend fag the Brooked fair this week Mrs Dexter Balkm and children ar tteltlBg in Crab Orchard J L Hocker len 0a Wednesday for a haiMses trip to the mountains I Mrs W B Otiannofl spent a week iw so in Frankfort and Lexington with frrodslion M A Johnson of the Uureka Portrait Company returned from a trip up In Virginia- A tUe dauKdter arrived at tho feeee of Mr and Mrs C F Oarnelt she has been christened Virginia WIUoi Mr Tom Gooch of tho titicst End haa gone visiting rcla Utes and prospecting lie will lODe about ten days rMr and Mra George Maury or Sv Mate Urotc O aro welcoming a beautiful little daughter who has been named Eleanor The mother t wilt Ilrt remembered u Miss D Mraefce of this city before her 1 tinge lel Mr George Martin accompanied lttte niece Mies Georgia Hogg to J Bore in Cincinnati Nits Lucile Cooper went to Rich i road on Wednesday to visit Mrs Frank Robinson Misses Margaret James Annette and Sadie Warren are In Louisville t ttoua the guest of Mn Howard Uniaio Mr and Mrs Albert Severance have returned Iron a sojourn at at Grab Orchard Springs Mn Susan Yeagw has returned ttroin a weeks stay at Crab Orchard tiprings- I Mr W 11 Bullock of Lebanon spent Sunday here the guest ot Miss Uraco Brady Mrs Jesse Stagg Is visiting her Mn AVnl llltfo at Huston Idausjhwr MsClxrv loft t n Thurs a two wctce stay at Rattle Creek Michigan J 71 r 7 C t iIII 1 r Vrof J W Ireland is conducting the Institute at Manchester thla week Mr George D Florence Is qulto ill with fever and Is confined to his tied Dr W D ODannon was ia Frank fort on bustles last week Misses Johaeba and Rubenal Hilton are attending the DrodJbeod fair Mina Sallle Taylor Woods left this seeming for a visit to Mt Sterling and MUlenbutlICastle Mr and Jorl Marios Myatt who Cideer ed to their home IB San Antonio Texas Mr J H Van Hook a former Lin colnlte who is now doing a tine heal ness at Uurnslde passed through to ThundayMlticji CM fey and OIHu IIlQdtln of Danville Lave been the KUIU of flares Lena anl Salllo Margaret hick of Huston vllle which will ho ruinonlHrcil until next vacation Quito a crowd of Llncolnltes at tended tho Drodhcad fair Mr and airs E 1 Ends aid Miss Margaret Huffman Mr and Mrs W P Buchan an Mr Claudo Bibb of this city and Mr F M Ware of McKinney were Among those who went up Thursday Mr and Mrs John L Duncan and nineyearold son John Leslie Jr of Toledo who have been the guests of Mrs Duncann parents Rev and Mn Joseph Uallou have gone to Middles born for a visit to Mr and Mn Ern eat Warren before returning to their homo Mrs John Haldeman Miss Belle lUldcman and Misses Isabel Halde man and Mary Fox are a Louisville party on a tour of the Blue Grass la Mn Haldcusns motor car They will upend the week end with Mn John Buchanan at Crab Orchard b6 fore returning home Little Mary Back of Hustonvlll haa returned homo utter enjoying a pleasant visit with her little raisins Ebb arid Elisabeth Ioffey of Dan vllle MARRYING SOME Henry Harp andMiss Ruth McGuf fey eloped to New Comb roan and were married Monday Richard Shouve formerly of Andur son county Ant Miss Sybil McOuf fey were married Thursday at Wm McOuIfcya on the Danvlllo pike This manes three of Mr Mcflutfeyn children that have married within a f p t- If qJ or T 11 1or H O r I u J 1 Antuinnrnuttt i if I IA TYLES letter tlian h 1iever Factory equipeJ I machinery Itrougout All meth I erft improved 501 style j1n direct roj ortfonvalue I LItoo Smart Stylish and Flex J t r iL Llisle to the last degree The new A l M 1 1 4 sue mod ls on Jsplay today Youre- I t t corJia71yinvtecl to ins cctthem4 It Cummins Weareni f fJ STANFORD KENTUCKY I This store U the home of Hart Schaffner Marx clothes o- Y f t c n You Will See Fresh Things At all seasons of the year afthis store We buy New Goods every day and strive to be muly for the demands of our custemeie Right now you will be looking for Summer Novelties and right on the heels of these come the thought of school dreeecs I monthJ Goode of Boyle and Mrs Nan nto Pence were married In the court hound here Tusday by Judge Dafley Rid Stcial EeatI WAS FRI6BIE LOGAN WEDDING IN LANCASTER Lancaster AUK 17 Mn Mary Miller Friable and H F Logan both of this city wor married this morning at the residence of the bride parents Rev C 0 Drown pastor of the Presbyterian church performing the ceremony Immediately alter the ceremony they left for New York City and other Eastern points The bride la the daughter ot Col I J W Miller of this place tho widow of the late Chas W FrIable and haa n little daughter The bride groom Is not only prominent as May or of Lancaster but also as a leading business man being tho proprietor of a largo clothing and furnishing es tablishment and shoe store Both bride and bridegroom were recipients of a number of handsome presents from friends and relatives Among the out of town guests were Mr and Mm H E Hughes and little Margar et Elkin Hughes of Louisville and Mr W C Wberritt of New Orleans Rowland Mr J A Carter Is up from Lebanon Junction lie tells us that he is going I to build a nlco house on his farm near Walnut Flat Mrs Alle Culbert of Louisville is I visiting her mother Mm Bottle Cam denMrs Myrtle Collier of Bedford Ind Is visiting her parents here Mr and Mrs J F Delaney P L Camden and Dave Collier are on the sick list Miss Carrie Moore suffered a bad accident TedaySbe was washing and spilled some hot water in her bhoe burning her foot very badly Mrs John Dennis who has been sick for some time Is improving Mr U W Goodrich our cleVer merchant is having his house painted which adds very much to its looks Rowland is called a dry town but It didnt look like it Saturday night and Sunday Tho boys fh general were fueling good It reminded UK of tho Black Cat and Blue Wln days TOOK ALL HIS 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 or Kidney trouble that Dr Kings New Life Pills would qulckt euro at Blight cost Best for Dynpep eta indigestion Constl patlon Jaundice Malaria and Debilit 250 at Pennys Drug Store I Short Local News For Sale3pO bushels of large on Mountalll 1 For Sale or nent Uptodate corn capacitypoint large building room for other manufacturing Junction City Enterprice Company Junction City Ky pikeI ward The tax books for1910arts now ready Settle now and avoid the rush lutdayFROM 8ICiNESSTOEXCELLENT HEALTH So says Mrs Chas Lyon Peoria 111 1 found In your Foley Kidney Pills a prompt and speedy cure for backache and Kidney trouble which bothered me for many months I am now enjoying excellent health wuich I owe to Foleys Kidney Pills Sbugars and fAnner gloBilesInturn to this office FOLEY PILLS Tonic In quality and action quick In results For backache headache dizziness nervousness urinary ir regularities and rheumatism Shu gars and Tanner A nice line wagon and buggy whips it the Country Store A new Hupplw of dollar watches at the Country store I Leaf Lancasterfair a pocket book contalng about 16 in checks and a = 5 bill Name in back Reward for return to W M Duncan Stanford 453 A summer tonic that braces the body and brain cools the system Regulates your stomach kidneys and liver Thats what Holiistert Rocky ountaln tea will do 3c tea or tablets Shugart and Tanner For Bale NIce roeJgence on Main street In Stanford y the frontage of lot large enough for another build ing lot All necessary outbuildings Everything in good repair Price 12750 A bargain see L R Hughes Stanford Ky The Camp Meeting at luiabo be gins Aug ZO Hear Tillman preach and slrg 493 Rev A A Hlggins who Js at home his at Glasgow rill c6urlhySunday morning WOMANS ILLS Many women suffer needlessly from girlhood to womanhood lad from motherhood to oldagewith backache dizziness or headache She becomes sleep less nervous Irritable and feels tired from morning tonight When pain and ache rack the womanly system at frequent intervals ash our neighbor about Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription This Prescription hat tor over HO years been curias delicate weak painwracked women by the hundreds ot thousands and this too lathe privacy of their homes without their hav lug to submit to Indelicate questioning sad attentively repugnant examinations Sick women are invited tit MasMt in confidence by letter free Address Worlds Dispensary Medical AssnRV Pierce M D Presf Buffalo N Y Ds PIRXCBS GKCAT FAMILY DOCTOR Boos The Peoples Common Sense Metrical Adviser newly revised uptodate edition 1000 pages answers In Plats EUIA hosts of delicate questions which every woman single or married ought to know about Sent fret to any address on receipt of 31 one eont stamps to cover cost of wrapping and mailing tnjr In French cloth binding OOOOOOO i SUPERIOR 1 l IAIN DRILLS 0 p Arrived I Stop In And See Them o J F W H HIGGINSF STOP IN AND SEE iF HE HASNT SOMETHING YOU WANT S- w W z Stanford Kentucky e IF of f I For School Dresses New PercalesftJ1 i 11 IWe have just placed on Sale twentyfive new patterns ia Cambric Safety J Percale in Red wavy China Gray and Light Groutidd ft k tAlthoughI mers remains the same12c t tii t l Stanford severaltars tbeIT News has been received here of the death at Salt Lick Madison county of William Prultt stepfather of Wise Lena Palmer who taught in the graded school here last year He was a wellknown farmer of that section Mr V M Tanner who attended the Blue Grass fair at Lexington brought aeroplaneilchthere In one of Its fllghtH while skimming the ground it struck an ob Btructlon and broke out one of the supports Mr Tanner picked up the piece and brought it home aa a sou venlr though many others coveted It It is of a very light though strong wood Ho has It on display at Shu gars Tanners THEY HAVEA DEFINITE PUR- r POSE Foley Kidney Puls give quick re bladderailmentshaute lad tells the result In her case I After suffering for many years from n serious case of Kidney trouble and3 calledcures 11 peraanent tt neverrhesitatef tShugan and canner i Is a y- Fbeeti 7 REMOVALBALEI- Removal 8ale Wo are going teP i Augartrand with us as possible To reduce steel t juverythlngclass dry goods stcre and all goes aS 4Ladles iTajgalnplhOU8pholdPlano Baldwin make in good candi y Lion Aleo a nice threeyearold GoJdr eheapJS J ij 7O Years with CoughsWe have had nearly seventy years of experience with I i t Ayers Cherry Pectoral That makes us have great COft 1 ttidence In it for coughs colds bronchitis weak throatsand weak lungs Ask your own doctor what experience tJhe has had 4NoBe web lAIrj Final t II I- hq t At Prices That Will In13terest i The pair you bought the first of the e season is looking a LittleRusty and weIItfitted themI i tE yet 1 1 TS 7 WK PERKINS I CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY A o ILR Hug hee T W HumbII I 25 PERCENT OFF I 3 On any Oxford in our store Ton Per Cent Off IOn all lawns batistes and silk mull Also big reduc It Lion in a lot of short lengthysummer silks suitable for waists scarfs etcV E4 HUGHES MARTIN CQ Dry Goods Notions Shoes L STANFORD KENTUCKY I 1US11LJLUJ i f l xyr T r t It A rL YOUR Till INTMRIOR JOURNAL FRIDAY AUGUST 19 1910 r n t YOur 4 incl4 j o r t r aONT WITH YOUR 3b+ w + 4 ftifIt of order You are apt make It worse and i blow up of all Its possibilities Ben a rfor us wtien your boiler or any other I Mart of alien t1oa Oarj for fixing it right jelll not be nearly as as you may dose by tinkering with neglecting IlL I ti I KWM 1ftetI ilL j Ky A f rr rfi JL r I TQuIt Business sate I21du C t nvtng formed connections with ho tatitex SYarehbuife ta JDavWe z I W jhW tic Stflled t la Our lime to that business after H September 15th Until A September 1st we offer every vehicle K in our repoeUoryatACtUa1 Cost All unsold SAtur- day 3rd will be told at auction This stock consiataofabout 60 vehicles BUGGIES aM PHAETONS DANVILLE KY KITCHEN NO Heat Except Where Needed DISHES HOTFOOD WELL COOK EDKITCHEN COOL NO UNDER DONE FOODNO OVERHEATED KITCHEN IN SUMMER EVERY THING HOT WHEN WANTED HEAT UNDER PERFECT CONTROL ANd CONCENTRATED THE BLUE FLAME IS ALL HEAT NO SMoKENO ODOR NO DIRT THESE ARE SOME OF THE AD VANTAGES IN USING TrtfT NEW PERFECTION WICK BLUE FLAME OIL COOKSTOVES aEyrelrvrywhrel If 41 wrlttfor 6ieripUv Circular t3thn3 rst piiTHE STANDARD OIL COMPANY Incorporated Ne EEE r5 yShirts Collars and Ties Biggest Line Ever Brought OrchardfiE fL L SANDERS taI Grab Or1ia Kentucky M a TINKER ERBOJjTtR getiout possibly cause your plumbing requires much of E vW NER Iitanfartt September COOL 10LIRbI s C- ForFl A 1 BAR GAIN R For iJrtTlli 2425 See II- fi 1I n t C- vThv II MBKIB IA b1RA WHIPy liS an easy atterr here Ndtligl every style fodyery use nnl at about any price rlJitoily wiilp you cannot getherfl Is a pogo one Wu Uavo tfoliubf that Kind Our whips are only A anmplbot ourhanieas nnd all kinds of horse goods Youll find the litter Jut as good a j the whips and equally moderato In price j C M KyI All now up todato Myles mere Not a shopworn job in choiceSURRIYSearly and get the H Q BRIGHT COMPANY WONT jyEED A CRUTCH 1 When editor J P Bowman of Cor nollus N C bruised his leg badly It ntarted an ugly sore Many salves and ointments proved worthless Then Uucklons Arnica Salvo healed it thoroughly Nothings so prompt and esCutsor piles25c at Pennya Drug Store- ECZEMAA QKIIM IMSBASB CAN NOW BE CUUUD The nodical irofosMon u nit iimcl that Eczema is a germ disease but tho thing that has battled them Is to find sotno remdyt Jim will get to the germs and destroy them Zemo the clean external treatment has gored this diniculty by drawing the germs to the surface of the skin and destroying the gorm life thnt causes the diseases The whole method of treatment and cure ly Ze mo is explained In an Interesting boon onthesubjeci Issued by tho iqfk ers of Zerao It tells bow to cure yourself at home ot Eczema Black heads Pimples Dandruff and all dis oases of the skin and scalp Call at Pennys Drug Store for booklet and learn moro about this clean simple remedy that Is now recognized the standard treatment for all diseases of the skin nnd scalp FARM SALE AT AUCTION As administrator of the estate of BI r Swope deceased 1 will on the- premlsetl about 2 12 miles west of Bryantsville on the Fishers Ford road on a WEDNESDAY AUG 31 1910 sell to the highest and best bidder the following property towlt The too Blue Grass farm of 252 acres located near Bryantsville The place is In a high state of cutlvatlon finely Improved well watered well fenced and la a farm that has few il any tequala In the Blue Grass country This farm JQ that tho proceeds trap bedded among the kfelrs The sale prompt ly at 10 a m made knows on day of sale Also at the sam time and place the following ad dittoaal property will be sold at aue tloat 5 ll1 res of stock la the bank of- Bryfataville 10 head of sheep four steen lQ milch cows 2 heifers one bulllbay mule 1 lot of hogs 1 bat snare 1 spotted pony 1 buy horse 1 gray mule 5 calves 1 flveeato e horse 1 spring It a harrow wheat wl8NfroweIloWa- and numerous r meet s one rub r UrWbrfjnfr aeo bareas paopUao a d plane r household a d kitchea furniture an oth too nhmerous to mention K K SWIPE AlmT of Bi M Swept Deceased Col I M Dunn Auctioneer Free liver Remedy 1t1I well to tesa Bail apiprocicbrtnu is especially uuc ui tivcr trouble which can eventually give compltcatioasMany tkeIWt8gJ otusgtIand werkInilltltJa1JIllfIsensiblewayeurtt toi by the ute of Dr Caldwell Inaredlentaespelallyof ut lrver Atria the many thousands who have resultsachkYedwith JutKeKyltalmsnyotherte tedtheIf lea wW send your name and address tattleThlsrwllNproveIs pMroptir cured with thuiramdy or triedItendonesuSsfentiiior an entire family r f tnwhichonly IIlIIentw especially rood for all those who can not nUndA violent pur ttlve plrasdtodeslr foryourMlf or family pertaining to isletterFor the free sample simply lend Tour sami and address on a postal card or tOrIaddftHweYbigl4iar Monticello Ill y- k r- k HAl WAGONS I t FARMERS DEPARTMEHT Hemp harvester for sale In good condition W ATrlbble For SaleA well improved farm of 20 acres near ML Salem household and kitchen furniture stock and farming tools P ilWoodson lit Salem Ky i0 J W Hales of Danville bought of W C CovltiRton of Madison Hi head of 1400pound export cattle at 7c a poundIn county W a McClIn tock bought of the estate of the late James H Clay 800 lambs at 6 cents a pound Frank T Logan of Danville delivered 80 hogs averaging 200 pounds to Jero Caldwcll at 1876 For Sale 354acre farm about 7 miles from Stanford 100 acres of tine bottom land as good as you can find in Lincoln county The upland is good Tho while farm Is well fenced and never falling water there being two good cisterns at tho door a 9 room dwelling two tenant houses twostock barns and new tobacco Mm 96x36 2 corn cribs granary ice house buggy house etc Will sell at a bargain In the next 60 days Owners reason for selling Is bad health For further particulars see W L McCarty or L n Hughes MILD LIQUID CURES ECZEMA Skin Sufferers Drop Grell Salves and Nasty Medicines That mild soothing liquid D DD Prescription stops the awful Itch with tho first drops A prescription of ac knowledged value Got a trial bottle at 25 c It will take away the itch right away and you will sleep soundly We assure you personally of the mer its of this remedy for we know Shu gars A Tanner druggists tent Illness Mlsa Knua Miller Pay r PRESIDENT HELPS ORPHANS Hundreds of orphans have been fitlped by the President of the Indus trial and Orphans Homo at Macon a who writes We have used Electric Bitters in this Institution for nine years It has proved a most excellent medclna for stomach IVer and kidney troubles We regard it aa of the best family medicines on earth It In vigorates all Vital organs purifies the blood aids dlgeston creates appetite To strengthen aad build up pale thin weak children of Sundown peoplelt has no equal Jell for feMsJocoea plaints Daly COc at Peeayedruga- torei A l SET BUSY 4 viI 44 4ve vKotbusxM aaxllalked tte owa era down to 129 per acre listen Ose of the very best tanas If not tl e beat of Its sllffta lifacbla county SWendid leeaHJy fertile solU high class Improvements everything tobe minx 25111 acres daly oae mite from Stanford land Ties well and Is well weltered But a dummy real estate man ought to sell this farm she peaks tor herself We want you farm to look at this laud antiGarrardSue For further to Hughes 6 BwlIolr act The real estate menLanctter Ky HB Northcott LANCASTER KYM euVEi tiK IJAUStanford BranchT Kr Tudor Mor WEAREPAYINO TOtJ Y FONT lo11Cf r lit f 113gga j fryerst i n llc Turkeys per lb 3tOq Ducks per Ib78cRool-ters per lb 5Yio- Ideli per lbr7CFeathers f 1640c Ginseng per lb 1500 Yellow toot per lb1L25LI- ME AND SALT FOR SALE OR IN EXCHANGE FOR PRODUC- EWeaanzplaseyeu Phone 153 fi1JWi1 FoA SALE I can furnish the with the belt as rwellas the fresbeetolesSowerpiagt of aIesetts1ttrorwfeet1 for for tuaeral purpose la oonaeetlou with tbo abore I have all kinds of rejstables on baad al reasonable rfee1UIRiaTdiAKlifnIh4 JlOUflKs KDHUIIHAHD ROB HtaaTd Ky Spring Summer Stock flOT our measure taken by a tailor of u Then your clothes whethera low rise business suit or tile Qoest evening olotllwlll have that Indlvldanltty which plainly Indicate they were made to yovjoitasarpi 1 will alto take your neat are 8r xra trousers fancy top ooatri aad overcoats Spring and Samms samples OB band ready for your Inspection U0 R0JPXJr The Tailor v Stanford Ky 0 n r a IDANVILLE KY AT COST Clearance Sale Of Clothing Oxfords Straw Hats Odd Pants x SUITS 25 Suits at16982250 Suits at1598atr139sjta115 Suit y at 198 1250 Suits at 3 898 10 Suit itsr tM 6 Suits at f 398A OXFORDS A 4 Oxfords at329350 Oxfords at279UO- O Oxfords at 229 250 Oxfords at 1198 200 Oxfords at n6S1 at268 r J at225250 at17S2 It14ate-o lit 119 at3T9ODD at541Pants t4Pants 1355- SI Pints at2261 513 at 2Sa i50 at1HSAM ROaINSON5- tanfQrd Ky T Greet River Canjp Meeting AT JUMBO FOUR MILES FROM McKINNEY KY WILL BEHELD ON AUGUST 26 to SEPT 5110B- Y V REV CHASi TILLWAN THE WORLDWIDE KNOWN SINGER AND t1EVA GELIST OFr ATLANTA I GEORGIA Others will assist In the meeting This help for Bur moetlof host ofGodo Accommodations We furnish or tents for thosqwiw o tn the g ouada flue occupants will please beddlRft lf lyqtf to buy rent a tent please apply 10 beforo meeting beglMT4 A dining hall and lunch aloud will run for the benefit of tho pooplo hutaaattyoqdly and not drinking or any mis heha lor Wo want men floe the wrath to come and prepare tomeet Ood We believe In and preach holiness of heart and life but our meeting la clear of fanaticism and tho doctrine that we hold Is tho one that saves men nnd keeps laved revealed in Inwurd a d outward lire Arq you coming no sure to come rent you a tent or build you ft cottage stay all through the meeting you will aeverjregret It For urther particulars address rollStanford Ky or rraahVuutr uwluuCy or Pl 11ir6r u 5i Sf Spp5 Reapectlall18KIi y Clarence j S pnKy I IF jOU ARE WELm ITZDO 1oufound them out for yourself It is y t fthe man who knows little about It we want to reach If you are onwwe want to say emphatically that the beijtl lumber is by far the cheap est andthat ours Is the best to be bad J A ALLEN StMftf Ky JI i qrtF Y dua- hi a HATS 350 Hats Hats Hats Hats Hats 31 Hats 37 Pants 96 55 ati 3SO Pants at Pants Pants rthe rooms wish stay bring wIsh or days be allow that them our atd Dr most e- FINtFARM FOR SALE Located on the tifinrora and Ot eatl lgtDlkOtepliJalaagl38 12 acres well watered ose hundred acres faIiKjrass Bp acres for wheitj This land produces tine tobaccojcra sad wheat Axflne youBf orchard of one hundred lu If rng rust tpyw a modern new six room hQuse clllem t door cellar sad HI tecee ry outbuirdBg two tenant v t JiouiMj JArft 3afrn ne ratio free mail delivery tnreo hundred yards to Wir 1 123ialt4i to unfoa church itmike termN j7rF Dishes Stanford Ky Box tlLPbune 8 ring Jr l l111 S fti t NJt1 t I for the next 20ndayiTVb will sell our tobacco hogsheads at mill at 110 each We allO1I18 some fine white and brown lognocaceckerela for aaleVJiyBgaf Mountain Planing1M- ill Kings MeuatalBKy t t s rig IX l4Aq irsa