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' High Tribute TO VALIANT NO 50. 1 BOLD ATTEHIPr TO KIDNAP BABY si- -.; o; Rev. Hftsknrliesigiis BAPTIST PASTORfLL TAKi UP WORK IN OTHER FIELD, ALL DAY SERVICE AT HUSTONVILLE POLITICS WARMING UP IN GEORGIA PAID BY JUDGE ALCORN 81RANQE WOMAN THROWS ACID ED WALTON WRITES REVIVAL-MILTC- N ANOTHER IN At a business meeting of the mem MUCH INTEREST IN FACE OF r4rt?.faM EADS' INTERESTING LETTER FROM HER MeCORMACK Judge J. W. Alcorn and several olh bershlp of the llnptlst church after BUT MOTHER 8AVG3 CHlCfl' ATLANTA. LIVE NEWS er Confederates cf Lincoln, county Prayer .Meeting son Ice Wednesday night, tho resignation of Hov, and this section, have Just returned T Although blinded by acid thrown Hosklns, ns pastor of the church,J was Atlanta, Ua., Aug.18, Hustonvllle, Ky Aug 18. rrom Park's Hill, Nicholas county, Ttie gubernat(4rlal race Is on In Into her"cyes by a Woman kidnaper accepted to thko effect at once. The Croat Interest Is being manifested where they attended the annual reMre. Thomas Kads, n prominent deacons and officers of the church In tho revival services whlh are be- earnest and much Interest Is being union of Morgan's Men. At the cal-ll- n young matron or this county, fought were instructed to fill the pulpit ns ing held nt the Christian church hero. niflhirested, There are threo entries, raco of the roll, when the name of no desperately for possession or her i a. R? PMlb'V nor. Hosklns wns All day services will bo held at the but the and Is between present Gov. Judgo M. C SauHey, or Btanrord the llrown Smith. A gentleB. C. WALTON, year old son about noon Thursday' tmo ftRO( but decided that It' was bust Christian church Snnday. Freo lun- man named Walker thinks he Is runsecond vice president or the associacheon win lm served on the colleiro tion, was called, Judgo Alcorn, or Smith mat ner sssnuani was forced to lenvo that he sever completely his relations grounds nnd nl members aro request- - ning but ne Isn't. spokn to nn audience or 8,000 to 10,000 Stanford, aroso nnd briefly address- 92d Anniversary without the"tlnyblt of human booty wltn lMe ,oc,,, church to take up work uu in onng imsKeu. i)r Sellers, the people nen. Duke nnd the comrades, In a lew nights ago and I never 'a sought, and to seek hasty flight In u ln other fields. Ho has been tho pas- - evangelist will deliver a special ad aw which he reellngly more enthuslnsm than was apand touchlngly on the subject "Why lilg atitonlohlto which was waiting ,or t,er 'or about a year, having dress nt announced tho sudden Men yelled Hoys Leave Home," and in tho even- parent. themselves CELEBRATED .camp from Todd county. death of BY JOYOU6LY handy . Judgo Saufley at his homo last Friing on "Tho First Five Minutes After hoarse, throw their hats ajray and did All yesterday artcrnoon Mrs. Bads "AUNT SALLIE" MURPHY. day. He paid a brief but Impreislve many other foolish things. It will Denth." liuabnnd, his father J. D, Knds, ono - trlbuto to his departed comrade, and Thrown Off and Hurt of thn most prominent fiymers of wiiuun .licwormacK tne star twlr-- be remembered thnt Gov. Brown deMldfllpfmrtr. Ant utsaid that only a short time ago In Lincoln county, and Sheriff V ler or the Hluo (Jraas League, Is at feated Mr. Smith two years ago for McCarty nnd hit deputies kept tele- the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs. the gubernatorial nomination after n It was our good fortune to "om.e comrades the death HILL'S HORSE SCAR fc M McCormack, qulto ill with ty- - most exciting race in which much pnono wires in nil directions through t the Murphy reunion at Pleasant that Judge Saufley eer lone, he said I nm not "onto" said that ho had Central Kentucky hot In an crfort to. 1'iicin ievor Jiiuon has pitched Paris feeling- was Injected, ED DY AN AUTO. to tho front of tho Kentucky League the situation, of cource, but I predict Point church In Lincoln county last uut ono request to make, and that Intercept n, big yollow automobile wns that when he did that a Confed-rat- e Inhe will defeat Friday Allg 12. an regarded-annd "" u "" uresseu man anil woman Former Sherllf T J Hill wan had youngIs pltchrcs s ono of tho best- creased majoiltyMr. Smith by ot .this the 92 anniversary The ocrnalnn hnlnrr flag be laid upon hla breast. on the 23rd of Mrs. Salllo Mur- doieloped In this sec" .eI.rh.w?" '! 2 !r rul.cd and shaken up by being E52.,:r:J 71 month. Looks like to me the people pny or "Aunt Sollle " as she Is ramlliar Judge Alcorn stated that that relion since Howard Camnltz went to "'"' "' '"" """inrown irom his saddle horse,. r a mother s love. are for Smith and the politicians ror II known the b leagues There were some 200 or quest was carried out and Judge ... I.inv. uiiii, i,i. Mr V. H. Morse, or Qulncy, Ky., llrown nnd my observation Is that the more people present, and tho day was Saufley was buried with tho "stara Jacobs, of McKlnney's now automo- 1,'.n'f.;.nadttn, 'll? wf,,'rMWe I who with his cstlnnblo ramlly lived folltlclans generally win. My broth- spent In song and preaching services and bars" resting upon his bosom. Gen. B. W. Duke was to at tho church. Tho children nnd hero many years, spent three or tour er Sir T. It. Walton, liranch or the plko to i lunuiui iiitT, miles trom town, most ot the I. J., readers, Is a Brown friends of this aged mother had pre- president and Green R. Keller renear Turnersvlllo and near Peyton's The automobile was coming toward days hero Inst week. , and all other Well Mr. Kads had away all Mr. Hill and he pulled his Mr. Calo llrown Bhot nnd killed a man but I have little or no choice pared a splendid dinner which was elected Secretary out morning, nnd left his young wire and or the way to give It room steed pass very valuable young bloodhound ot between them 1 could not voto here spread everybody was invited. Ilevs. ed. ( t the association were ol. Hawthorn was elected third to their baby alone nl home. Shortly Mr. Jacobs Is n careful driver and wan Mnrrhall Herring's for running chick-on- s oven If I were so Inclined. Tho regis- A. O. Coker and J A Singleton con- Vice President to fill the vacancy tration requires voters to register six ducted the preaching services the boforo noon ft well dressed man not coming fast. r cniupil b Just before death came to tho door and Inquired of leached him, however, Mrthe auto preaching in the rorennon and Thr rank the Generalof Judge Saufley Mr. J. K. Sturgls the highly accom- months beforo primaries nnd regular of Hlu's Mrs. Kads If her husband was at horse gavo a plished singer, leading tho choir at elections. Another race that Is at- tho latter ln the afternoon The ser by t ij association upon wascpnferred Col. Green R. home On being Informed that ho Jumped dlrectlv sudden swerve or and the Christian church Is not only a tracting lots of attention is that for vices were quite Impressive and Ke'l r Into Col. H. M. Tnylor'of Carthe Conwas not, tho stranger expressed re- oncoming machine, the path by those present Having been lisle. and fine slngir, but an expert on a violin: the democratic nomination for Livwith gret, and said that with her permis- toward it. It was impossibleIts back Intimately acquainted with this aged cornet and organ. Tho ren- gress. Present Incumbent Lon stop sion he would look at some cattle In It, to It struck the animal nnd to gavo clarionet, the choir under his direc ingston is boing opposed by William mother ror some 23 jears, and opporditions by It Schley Howard, at present Solicitor, tunity has been neighboring pasture Hho saw no a leap, throning Mr Hill n off and In tion are attracting marked attention Commonwealth's Prof. Wigginton Attorney, as we Something of herafforded us to know more of him Soveral lino voices from other life. She Tho baby becamo sleepy, so the front of tho car. Tho brakes had churches here nro greatly aiding In Kenturklans would say. Mr. Livings- qulto a stout woman and a has been very Inbeen applied however, to that the ton who Is an old Confederate soldier dustrious one And even now mother was rocking him to sleep was ttopped before Mr at her TO RETURN TO TEACH IN HIGH Hill's tho long servlco and we pray the been In Congress for many years extreme age, sho Is preparing dinner, when the car prostrate body waa reached ll wns Maatcr to bless them. ont content SCHOOL HERE heard the nolso of an automobllo on found that luckily no and has done good work ror his con engaged at some kind of work. unless Mrs. Dudderar and Mrs. bonfs wero tho pike, a short distance In front of Droken, but he wan considerably shak- Traylor, Huff Stanford, were guestsDan ittuents. In tact there aro those who She is the mother of 1i cnlldren of of charge that he Is better nt getting tho house, and looking out saw a big en up and was brought tp J. M. WIgglngton, of Stamping bis home IOn and llettle Cowan two days laxi things tor Atlanta nnd her peoplo feven of whom are living. Those liv ellov car pass, containing a man In town county, has been electing are Mrs. rarmella week. vall, Mrs. Ground, Scott or and" woman, tho latter handsomely than he Is at otIng with the demo Lolsn Singleton, Mrs. ed proressor High School, to Mr, Matt Port man Betile A. Single succeed Prof. O. the Peacock late crats His opponents oppose that he dressed so much so that she attractC. Deemer, who teniiuui oi, ixjuis, uas gone lor a weens Is Cwr Cnnnon's right hand bower ton, Mrs. T. S. Benson, and airs. Wil dered his resignation to city ed Mrs. Kads' particular attention board Children's Eyes Examined visit to his brother Thomas Peacock and goes hand in hand with the Wall liam Trimble, and Messrs. W. M. and of education a was lulling her Infant to sleep title Tho grandmother of WIgglngton Is short time s);o. Prof. at Kobblns Tcnn. again when the woman who had Just gang. Tho Indications are that M. J. Murphy. Sireet well known here having Mlsa Lcla Wheeler, daughter of Mr. Livingston passed In tho machine came to her SEVERAL AT MORELAND servo at least one 62 children 41 of whom are 11 vine taught the high schools a few terms NEEDED Capt Chas. Wheeler has arrived from mcro term In will door and asked tho permission to sit house at Mrs. Richard, of near Stanford being ago, and a great many will be glad the lower GLASSES JUNCTION NEWS one ot them, 'ihe great grandmother a two weeks vacation from Nashville, Washington. nnd rest whllo her husband attended uiai ue is w return. Tcun., where she has n large school to some business down tho rood A prominent and popular citizen ot or 73 grandchildren 62 of which aro Information has been received that City. Aus. 18 living In high class Junction And six great great children the University of Virginia olce culture. She Is Atlanta la Mr. John It. Brooks, Mrs Kads readily gavo her permisregards Dr Kalley examined the ees of the ihe foituuato owner of a most remark sion, and the visitor Immediately hi or Crab Orchard, and brother all living tho work of the Stanford High School . F. Wa,l who lives so hJshly A little Bon of greatly- - Intt estt J Moreiauu school children nnd lound ably sweet soprano voice of the "Ada- - or Will A. Brooks, known and admirtamo that it will receive graduscleral of them lu need of glasses, Itne Paulo" class. He two miles east of Yosemlte died last ates from the local Institution withIn the baby ed by everybody In Staniord. As Mrs. Ends undertook to lay him among them being Misses Myrtle Mor Jones liaugbman, June Hooker. Dr. married a Miss Grimes, or Harrods-bur- Thursday after only a few days Ill- out examination. Thomas Bright, gan. Hettle White and Lula Routt H- - Williams on a bed ln another room, the woman O. and Henry Baughman and they have a beautiful home ness and was burled at Green river who was one of the graduates last Dr Italloy, our optician, and ocullat motored over to Frankfort. Versailles on Highland avenue, an excellent por- church. In and semed desirous Followed her year will matriculate at this far of getting her hands on tho child. has taken charge ot the depot at Shel- and Lexington Sunday In an Over- tion ot the city. Their charming litThe meeting at Green river chursh ramed Institution or learning this She soon left and Mrs. Ksds went In- by City. Zllpah Brooks, Is continues at this writing and will like- rail. land. tle, daughter Miss The work on Dr Phillips residence Largo to tho kitchen to prepare tho noonMiss Josle flood, of Louisville, has visiting relatives In Central Ken- ly run through tnis wrek. day meal. In a short time she de- was delayed about a week on account Joined the family reunion at the homo tucky now. Mr. Brooks Is connected crowds attend the night services and tected a faint creaking of the screen of lack or s(lls and Joists tor the tlrst of Judge J. P. Goodo and wife this with several big concerns here and Is the Interest Is unabatlng. TumersYiUe. door !nfront and Instantly7 realized iitror. making good ln all o.t them. Rev. J. v. Arnold came over from week. that some ono was opening it; She Mrs. H. S. Ulasscox continues. nulte The art gallery entertainment at The Sovereign Grand Lodge, I. O. Georgetown Saturday and filled Rev. hastened out and confronted her III at Mrs. Kate Coo vert's ot typhoid the McCormaclc home on Saturday o. v.. convene here tho latter por James Balentyne's appointment at thw The renown Elixir Springs under woman visitor ot a rew moments be- revor. Her daughter Mrs. Omle Sink-hor- last waa tn every respect a howling tion ot this. raWh and great prepara Uapttst cnurch sunaa.v morning ana the supervision ot the polite and genor Cincinnati Is at her bedside. tlemanly Mr. Sims had a irreat day fore. large crowd was well tions will be made to entertain tne evening. success and tery glibly tho woman explained The Shelby City depot Is being rals- - entertained. the the Stanford J. K voffey, W. E. Lucas and Miss Suuday Aug. 14. The Mcivtnney band The guessing contest delegates. I hope.representative Lodge baby on the- bed, eJ and reidodoled by the L. & N. Car- p or eo Salma JoUee went to Kiltsburg this made excellent music to the lanra that In putting the rites was won by Mrs. jKate Hocker, No. IBS wilt send a handsome diamond pin had probab- penters. Parker swope. and little, Jesse luire Hnd they will not XorgetWthat an old Tuesday to attend the Baptist As- audience' of about 200 In number, who ly become fastened In his little dress, D, 11. Fox,'8r., and daughter tne. "uaie soc latlon. Mrs. S. T. Benson attend enjoyed themselves Immensely. Mr.' Soy- -' Mlsa Kate Warrlner, ot Lexington. fxlund .of theirs. Is, still and she had come back to look for tt. Mrs. Klla Cloyd and their children are Prof, Sturgls electrified audi- City" and wants see any and all who- ed the reunion' of the Murphy tanslly eral' attended trom here. Tho mother went with her Into the visiting relatives at Crab Orchard and at. the Christian church the .Odd lei- at' Kings vii.e- - Friday last iMr. Johnnie Carter Is building a Monday fdme here from Stantord. ence room whre the child lay asleep. Tho this week. large tobacco bant here. evening- - with, a charming duet ren- lows are pretty- numerous nere ana stranger .picked the baby up. and as Masters "llobert apd Hinder Pox dition., the sorco ot much Mrt George Lunsford bought a sad- -' Ihe order has been she did so, began to '(lance hurriedly and sliter Itiith Pox employ a goat ' die mare Irom Charles Beagle at a Secret Leaked Ott Myers and Vaughn shipped this good. from ono door to another, at the same and iwo whaled cart to go to school rancy prlce I nave emnargea in me grocery i time qutekly tumbling In a handbag at 'Moore's now ono mile and a hair weekUo Cincinnati one car butcher business and have & right nice little Messrs. Durham and Reynolds ar to 4c. cattle for which they paid 2 which swung at her waist from their home to Miss Mary Hubstore at 110 Richardson btreet just PLEASANT POINT COUPLE WERE finishing threshing from the' shock-IMre. Kadi' became alarmed at her ac bard, who Is teaching a good school MARRIED HERE. IN JULY around the comer Irom our home. this neighborhood. tlnns, and reached tor the baby, and there. I am not trying to do very much and Mre. Sallie Goode continues ill. Akus-Dy- e the " Miss A'gn.ee'McChord Vho it teach Meanwhile caught Its dress. am succeed Ingj Claiborne assists me Pleasant Point, Aug. 18. Several of this place attended the strango woman pulled a small ing the McCbrmack school was at and he. and I run the business alone. Hilton Carrier and Miss Bertha Association at KUIsburg this weeic of her handbag and as tho room- home flunday. out better merchant than Brown were united ln the holy bonds Mr. J. V. Peak while drlvlnir nails POPULAR YOUNQ , CO.UPLE ARE He Is by odds er caught hold or her child the'teennd I nm and but tor his having to go to bt matrimony at Stanford on July 8th. Mr. Grady1 Lewis' tobacco In the old ln his new house has been keeping MARRIED-IN- CASEY. time, the stranger dashed the full con stave factory lot Is one of the best I . jvould Their motive was to keep It a secret lime school early ln September, io a merry tune as he and bis tents or tho bottle Into her face. turn the business over to him. Ho but having tailed to do so we will family have the whooping cough. pieces around here. The pals was severe Mrs Bads I dc"and not hesitate In making It known to A happy courtship of four years was knows tar than Mannger It. H. West of tho Goyert Mr. John Moser has this communicould hardly see. but In a frenxy she & Poultry House la having Mr. Joyodsly ended on Thursday Aug, lit has some lady customors" who wont the many readers of the I. J. ty treed on tho tobacco proposition pulled tho" baby away from tho Strang Kd Voirel when Pror. James W. Dye and Miss let pie wait on them under any cirw. C. Alford sold to Hen Young a The two top leaves on a plant were Williams paint the cr and In agony ran through tho Mr and Mrs. Jamesbuilding red. of Mamie Adams, a prominent young so- cumstances. cow and calf ror $25. Klnnalrd, measured and found to be seven feet kitchen out lh r4r door of the Lexington spent Sunday with her ciety couple ot Mlddleburg, were unll We still peruse the Interior Journal Loyd Padgett bought ot Rev. J. A. todr Inches from tip to tip. house, to Uie cabin of a negro couple mother, Mra. tleorgo Holt by. Mrs. ed In the holy bonds ot wedlock, the w'th great Interest and have only Singleton three hogs at a fancy price. Miss Mattle McWhorter Is visiting Tho negro some distance away. Rev, Joshua S. Taylor ot one fault with It and that Is, is does Mrs.. Wm. Moffet and handsome her sister, Mrs. Ida Gadberry at Kills-burwoman was at home, and tearing ror Klnnalrd was a Miss Fannie Holtby venerable (leorgo (llbion, son of Helming. The young couple are well not come often enough. Wish L'dltor daughter ot Cynthlana, have been tho her small pickaninny playlrg on the Mr. Fred Ulbson died last week and and popularly known qverCasey and Saufley would fefllow In the root- - guest ot Joseph Moffet Mrs. V, S iting Mjss Sue Dolllns has been visii. V. Kennedy at Stanford. rioor. bolted the door, and not until was burled In their yard. Tbey lost Lincoln counties; and their legion of steps ot the Danville Advocate and la Kouton Is spending a tew days with Matter: .Jeff Short Is visiting the about an her husband returned homo given nnd U son In May. friends of this section will be glad, to sue a dally. Several death notices In Lexington friends and relatives. Mrs HJ'j- hour later was the alarm Its columns have caused sadness. C. U. Jeffries trusMr their happy union Mr. John Lunsford Is ln Lexington assistance to the Injured woman sum tee ot George Hunn the energeticput tn hear of same minister, whoror lalire.now to us but the good news "cheapest a protracted has returned home after visit to her mother at on business. Master John ."Walkerthe The moned. Mr. Kads camo quickly but nine rnl)r Moreland school has weighs the un- Ludlo". hrinsn '!ndQ3f curtslss asd s past thicrraCute-tind-teJenkins and wife, were Hubble is. visiting bis friends Robert and a veter- scd best"items." out glad H'dnpr trac ol the would to see the ylsltlng at Waynesburg."' Am an ot the Civil war, officiated at (he welcome could "be seen. The woman had evi- bucket pump on tho cistern. advertising patronage holding up so Tho family reunion, which was held arid James' Hubble. dently hurried away the Instant that- Mr. Jamos Hanson attended the marriage ceremonies ot the parents well. It means that the merchants honpc pi Thursday and church PICNIC AND.DANCE. she saw her plan tolled by the motn- Lexington fair Spears made a Friday. and maternal grandparents ot tho are abreast with the times and that at the Baptist Murphy's In 92nd birthday visit to groom. Miss Fannie 'Aunt" Sallie er advertis waa in every way an enjoyable occasth& Interior' Is a tirst-clas- s Nlcholasvllle Saturday The bride Is a daughter ot the lato A physician who examined .Mrs. relatives in A grand picnic aud platform dance, Atlanta merchants be John S. Adams and Mrs, Mary A. ing medium. use of printer's Ink and ion. Services were, conducted by will b nlven on Saturday AU5 27, Kads' Injuries soou afterwards' found and Sunday. Keys. Coker and Singleton. A large Misses Flora Drlesler and Myrtle Adams, ot Mlddleburg, and Is a popu- lieve In the her left eye had received most MtlledguvUIe that Kl.tffeU's WoodsHugbes, ol the Moreland school have lar young school teacher of Casey and advertise In no other way save In tho number were present with, well tilled in This will be an oldaffashion dance or the contents or tho bottlo. He columns ot the soveral dally papers baskets. Aunt Sallie Is the mother revor. Lincoln counties. She Is pretty and It solutlou of probably hydro typhoid and picnic. Good music. Plenty to : i. accomplished and n talented music- here. negroes held a musical festi of 13 children 7 ot which are living eat Ice cream and cool drinks guarchloric ncld. diluted sufficiently It ' The Kads They are Mesdames Thos. Benson, 11. anteed to bo on the grounds. Boys CONTRACT TURNPIKE believed, to have blinded Mrs. ian. The bride Is 8, near relative tnmtwimriiv until hor baby' could be ot the lato Col. Silas Adams, ol Casey, val here last week that attracted A. Singleton, 'Joslah Singleton, Win. bring your girls and come. Police great undersigned committee or the and formerly representative In Con much attention. Tho race wereprima Trimble, Green Wall, Messrs. W. M. protection guaranteed. away but not stroHg- - enough The Admission here and J. O. Murphy. The number or the African ?-- spirited Lincoln county Fiscal court will on gress from tho Kleventh district; also donnas ot yelled permanently Impair her sight. to tree. Wm. Gaddls Mgr. loud and long. was oblo to glvo a tery Aug 31st 1910 at 1 o'clock p. in., open a cousin of Hon. Napier Adams, Cleric and theywas a decided success The grandchildren is 62. 41 living. Great Mrs. Kads ami festival 62 living and great accurate description of her strange sealed bids tor SO rods ot gravel or or the Court ot Appeals. FOR QUICK RELIEF FROM HAY yearly. The grandchildren, 73, I others will be groom who la one or the best great auditorium held used and the treat grandchildren 6, all Hying. The she was struck with the stone to be spread on the Kings Mounvisitor, lor The FEVER. waa five different generations were represtyllthnesa of hor garments, her tain and Duncan pike. t known young men ot Casey Is the only seating capacity was taxed. Asthma and Summer bronchitis take sented at the gathering. Jewelry and diamonds and her gen10 rods to be spread, beginning at child or Postmaster, George V. Dye I greatly enjoy going to the Mrs. Jacob Nance entertained a few Foley's Honey and Tar, It quickly reI eral air of refinement and culture. John McKee'a line and ending where ot Mlddleburg, and a grandson or the fairsused to and many times 1 have thought tr ber rrlends on Thursday eve In lieves the discomfort and suffering hor as the top dressing on said plko now late Dr. J. T. Wesley, or Mlddleburg X Sao had lnttanMyrcegnlzed the fair seaot 'old Kalntuck" A. the woman who- - had passed In the ends, at places to be designed by the His mother died about three years son begun. I am sinceexactly home- honor or her guest, Mrs. nh-- C. Grit-fi- and the annoying symptoms disapnot J, supper pear. It soothes and heals the in' ot W. Va. After a automobile with a man a few mom turnpike supervisor or by Squire J. ago. MaJ. 0, Wat Dyeand Dr. O.. 8. sick but the old talks ents before she appeared, at her home A Singleton and 40 rods to be spread Wesley, ot Danvillo are near relatives at home"Just want Vtee qee frpra. (the having been served her guests were flamed air passages or the bead, ' t J, I you know, entertained wtU music whkh throat and bronchial tubes. It conThe ofricera believe that the 'couple on the bed rocks beginning at or near ot the groom. Ho was educated la papers old, blue Jle then the il by Miss Maudo Brown, tains no opiates and no harmful are certain to bo caught rwtinia a lew Mrs. 81ms' farm, this 40 rods to be the public .schools s, of , Mlddleburg wearers that' doing tame I won- was rendered business. are ' hours. to spread solid 6 Inches thlcU and eight and Frankfort, the Bowling Uroen der how a fair would look without Mra. W. B. King and Joseph Seaton, .drugs. Refuse substitutes. Shugars ana Tanner. Mrs. Kads- and her' baby were Farmers are very busr sowing wide. Business College and Is a graduate qf. Mack .Hughes, Charley Saadidge, . i. '...,, h ....lasa brought to town to the residence of leet and worming tobacco. lVospectlve contractors will state a Commercial College of Columbus. Matt Cohen And many others I have her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. A. la their bids whether (he stone Is to O. He taught In the public schools ot seen, Jn the ralr rings, since! was a A revival will begin at the Baptist Sunday. He suffered Intensely wftb i' rarman last night where the will be crushed by. hand oVWchlne and Casey and later, on the death or his chlldT And too I wonder: Ui,wUm church here on Tuesday evening Aug Brgbts disease lintP the end cnme, z stay until she recovers trom her ln from what place or places the stoW la' mother, succeeded her as postmaster these sentleman get too old .to .ride fcj. Rev, Ward, ot Missouri vim tvrvi Ueeeased was 74 years or age and Is har by two' dauga'eM and' three" luriea and the eftects or tuch'-'ed as pastor 21 years, ago will do the to be eotten Crushed steae .to be at Mlddleburgv u and .drlre If, tho (air enterprise wont preaching. Rev. blaln will preach at survived rowing experiences Before her tons namely: Mrs. D. prLrntt. of" . two; Prnf. Dva at nrosent Is at the head lose some imprest ,io lutj. imuuv was Miss Net- ot a sUe thatlllgo'thjwuga-dKing's Moun Arabia, Mrs. Belle Griffin, Ubts. to Mr. Kads sho of.Mle' Commercial department of tho tineaklne ot fairs Atlanta will have the Christian church at at 7:30, Sunday evening Ureen, John Griffin, his companion tle Waller, a daughter or Capt. J. P. inch ring,be it brokert sjitflcl wt,' Id JQ BtaKord (Kanaai) lUgh school. TJei a great one earlyTa October. I hopet tiin on used to or liouwrine, a Deatherldge Is Waller, huvlny preceded him to tne. grsvo. Little Mlsa Dale fore' locating in the West ho held a to see some Lincoln count norses Of fever. on the L. fi N. engineer from an attack several years ago. The remains vvue gravel, ajiuiwr '"position wun me urisioi and horsemen here. I Relieve the forlllds will be'reeelved "or Bherift MsCarty received word this Long Is still suffering with Interred ln the GooJ Hope cemetery K. Commercial College, at mer can win anywhere and It would gout V. morning that several men In Shelby crushed stone or stone from tunnel ITmn.-Va.- ) Much svmnathv la felt for thu bereav-- i ffhey will visit Mends and relatives do my very soul good to see my oW iv ho, I nnticed an autotnobllu tiass- - dunios. Miss. Margaret Router, who Is 111 in e.l family. The sad niwu, telling tit G, Uj la Danville, Lexington, Ludlow and countrymen carry .oft ,the honors ot aM All bids tn be sent sealed to expected, home toon. U ed through there soon after noon yet aui death of Judge M. ". Sail I ntitavllLk If v . and M. JiMAnh nriii the dayi I hope to see, many i;eaLri Lexington la At terday containing a mail and woman Cooper, Clerk, Stanford, Ky. Wm. Griffin died at the home ot J. 'as a sudden shock to bU many friends Uurch, Com 1 St. Louis, Mo, and' will be at home In Kentucky horsemen here during the All said that the car was olng'very J. A. Singleton and W. 8. a fit T.. QrUtla at the hour ot vuldalght H.ru. , ' Stafford, Kansas, alter pieraoer isl-- gsua wir. nil t tee. fast. ILL-OT-Kx-Oo- The Legislature adjourned Wednes day after a very dull and unprofitable session Tho body was prolty well divided between Smith nnd Brown men and the fear of helping one sldo or hurting the other kept down any good work that might have been accomplished It would be a great thing tor the democratic party ot Georgia If both Smith and Brown could be retegatd to the rear and a good conservative man placed In the gubernatorial chair. Until both tho Brown and Smith factions are eliminated there will be troublo in demo cratic ranks in Georgia. MOROAN'8 MAN ll 1 bcpfed"?". - well-know- n tn a 4 , lO: m i ror-me- o y 13 - ,i - -- 2 r v i , more-peopl- e d 1, n, J" - - H - buck-vrhe- mar-'rlag- ' .', tunnM-rpeaiftw- rp!, weu-anow- a -- t 4, s liHiMilii ' --- - JL UlUtll - .U..ti. - .fe.ll' ' r rAQB TWO. iirMwaNM"''''''i'WMWM ""witiiii tiii iii iii 4 " 91 i I T . INTERIOR WHY JOURNAL. FKIDAT, AUGUST 19, 1910. The VBRT Interior Journal BttaaMsaea 1871 TUB8DAT 1 80 WEAK. IK wlMC tl nCfCMTInM Kidney Trouble May be Sapping Your Lift Away., Stanford Peools Have Learned This Fact. At Per Tear HELTON AND FHIDAV When a healthy man or woman beAUTiace. gins to ma down without apparent cause, becomes weak, languid, depress SAUFLEY....,,Publlsh"er ed, suffers backache headache, dizzy I OCQce Entered at the Tost KTh at Btau-for- i, ai Second Class malL fw ! t lt H ' ' . ir PI ilf ! It f 1 1U ENEFIT OF AN ACT FOR THE directors are numnerea THE TURNPIKE ROADS OF among 4he most progressive citizens THI8 COMMONWEALTH -of Frankfort. Anyway, the nouer" the News is making about It aad its Be It enacted by the General Assemahuso of Recretary Sneer gtvea us bly of the Commonwealth of Kenthat ilred feeling, and we don't be tucky: lleve that the News' mournings are 1. That It shall be unlawful for going to hurt the Capital fair. "Woman," bt whltptrtd, "say 04 anyone to obstruct the water tables my God!" delegates to the Tenth Dis- ot a turnpike or any public road by It the Ht turned away, sank down oa oat Convention, held putting a crossing, cither private or Congressional trict of tht great boulders ot a pubthat ha had this city, represented tho senti- public, over the water tables a culvert in thrown aside aad buried his fact la providing ments of thir respective counties and lic road without sufficient dimension his hands, his body shaking with amoIt la reasonable to suppose thy did, or drain pipe of water that tions ht could scarce dtflnt hut well Senator McCreary will get the in- to carry the full volume ottable orjto water understood. The woman throw herself struction of every county In the Ten- mar drain in this to impede tho Xum curb It so as not down on htr knees before him aad th district for Governor, says the took him once more In her arms. Sentinel Democrat. A num- flow of water. H shall also be unlaw was ful to plant trees, telephone poles or "Man," she said. "I lovo you!" ber of delegates told us that it feet of hard to find a democrat in tho moun- fences In or closer than 2 Sht drew his hands away from his McCreary the outer edge ot the ditch, so that tains that was opposed to face: she laid her own fact la his was the a pleco of machinery may bo used In and that all agreed that he bleeding palm and kissed It. man to redeem Kentucky. All Tues- making, widening or deepening tnem "Man," sht said,, her lips wet with flocked to Sen Any fencing, tree or stono railing Into day morning delegates his own blood In a' sort of wild, National Hotel a water table or rolling down from tor McCreary's at the baric sacrament, taan, I love you!" and pledged him their support. Sena-ta- r above Into It, shall bo removed with He stared at bt as one distraught McCreary was accobipanled here in five days by the owner of the land He had dreamed pf this, ha had lmas fry his friend Thomas J. Smith, Rich- nt which tho obstruction was a part ined it, he had prayed for It, ht had mond, one of the most genial and pop or any person not an owner trimming hoped for It, hut no revelation that trees or cutting weeds or briars, or ular men In the State. any person placing any other obstrucut no t had come to him In tht years of their "From the knockouts Theodore tion in water table, shall be liable for heritage of earth's whole experience association equaled In Its Minding Roosevelt Is receiving at the hands of all damage done by turning water of labor could have struggled as did brilliancy. In Its Intense illumination, and also to a fine he. New Tfork republicans. It begins to into the road-bethe revelation In 'that woman's volet. look like, that the mighty one cannot of two dollars for each day the obHe had been awakened at the self- - In that woman's tyts, la that woman'a "come fcack." The New York Ilepubll struction has laid In the ditch longer same instant in bis lonely cell upon touch. can Committee by a decisive vote re- than five days. ' "Man." she said again, "I love you. 2. It shall be the duty of the road the other side of the Island. With the fused to elect him "chairman of the first shock he remembered that somt Do you understand! Do you know e held. convention, soon dverseer or county surveyor ot roads to report every misdemeanor under time in his days ot darkness before what It means T" NOTICE. Then be found his voles. Ht took this act with all tho evidence h may sbe came there had been a similar collect to tho Magistrate In whose dis upheaval. Ht realised Instantly what htr hand and prtased It against his Sealed bids will be received up to trict that part of tho road may lay on It was. Less timorous than the heart 1 o'clock Sept. 1, l!ip on making the penalty of being indicted by the woman, more,agile.be did not He su- -' "I know," he whispered. "1 aader- earth till and concrete wall at tho first grand Jury for misfeasance in plne for a elnjde second." His' thoughts stand here." Creek rew bridge over Hanging Forkspeclfl-cation- s office, and on conviction expelled-fro- were Instantly for ber.' He had He rose to his feet, stooped, caught at J. 8. Murphy's will find his office. thrown himself from his cart and had htr by the shoulders aad lifted her to at the McKlnney Deposit 3. Any water table that may wash piece of reck 111 bal- or at my cfllce. J. P. Bailey, out deeper than necessary to carry raced across tht shaking, qulvtring- hit level. A edge ot the cliff fell Bank Island without the hesitation ot a mo- anced on the Judge h. C. C. the volumo ot water drained and unwas These bids will be opened at Mc- dermining the roadbed or adjacent meat Ktver so long as ht might crashing. Tht placa slippeddaagtrous. 50-bis arm Klnney property by the permission of over live could he forget tht shock that Without a word ht up as bt might ha saw hlsiway to beneath htr, lifted her seer or road supervisor, the ditch may came to him when great heap 5took, have done a child and carried her out ACUTE OR CHRONIC WHICH? to Its proper her barred by that be filled or dammed 'fallen from the face of the cliff, which upon the sand ja way from the beetling No matter Is for kidney trouble if It size. is acute or chronic Foley's Kidney 4. In making or repairing any part lay over we eniranct 10 me care, ror crags oz ue rpcay wan. uoe ntiuea Remedy will reach your case. Mr. of n public road qne sixth or more of one moment he had stood appalled la his arms with a sense of Joy and 111., Claude Brown, Reynoldsvllle, all money so spent shall bo used for and then ho had got to work. How satisfaction and helplessness cared for writes us that he suffered many the drainage of said road by making much time had elapsed before he ar- - I to exquisite that It was almost pain. Kidney complaint which baf- water tables and placing culverts or H aat her nown nrepntlr on the fled all treatment. At last he tried drain pipes of suitable number and sand and knelt before her The sunFoley's Kidney Remedy and a few size. light sprang through the gray haze large bottles affected n complete cure Appro ed March 2b, 1&10. on tho horizon's edge and lighted her Ho says, "it has been of Inestimable face as he peered Into It. Suddenly he Talue to me " Shuars and Tanner. AWI'OL PHMT, SAVED FROM tnrew nimseii prosiraie ociort oer To keep yotir health sound to "I never felt so near my grave," aad his lips upon her feet. avoid the Ills of udancln? yi'ars Lewis Chamblin, of Manchester "Not there," she whispered, laying lo conserve your physician forces for writes R. R. No. 3 "as when a frightful Ohio, her hand upon his bent head, "but & ripo and healthful old age, guard couch me and lung trouble pulled upon her your kidneys by taking Foley's Sid- down to 115 pounds In spits of many g o ( sL xTwP Vsr here,Man, in my arms, ypnl" my heart, for" ney Remedy. HhiifMrs and Tanner. Iap, I love temedles nnd tbe best doctors. Ana (To Ho Continued) that I am alive today Is duo solely to which Dr. King's New Discovery, How's This? completely cured me Now I weigh We offrt One llondrrd Dollar! Reward tor aa lie ot Catarrn Uiat cannot be cured br IHlli 1G0 pounds and can work hard. It ul It) PROFESSIONAL AND Caiarra Cure. F J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. O. so cured my four Children oi croup We. the uadentened. bait known K J Cbtner Infallible for coughs and colds. It's BUSINESS CARDS.: tor tbe bit 19 ynn. tod belieie blm perfectly ben. or&ble In all builneu transaction and financially the most certain rerapdy for lagrlppe, to carry out any obliratlons made by bli firm. lung trouble nnd nil aUe asthma, desperate WALfillG. KLNNAN A MARYIY. A R. M. NEWLAND Wnoleule Drureku. Toledo O. bronchial affections, 60c and ?1. HalTf Catarrti Cure U taken Internally, actinc trial bottle free. Representing Tht Guaranteed by a upon tbt blood and mucous turUcef ot tbe llrectly Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co, rttrm. Trttlmonlala tent tree. Trice 71 cesu per L. Penny, druggist. Tho leading annual dividend Combottle. Bold br ill Urunttts. Tilt UaUa Family ymt tor eonitlpauon. pany. Its distinction Is duo to adherence of successive managements to the principle of mutuality. and tho the Frankfort candidate opposed News was for, that paper has generally claimed the candidates were "abus. od " The way the News Is now dally abusing Secretary George 0 Speer, of the Capital Fair becauso ho has failed lo give It any advcrtislnB, Is enough to make otery decent nowa- nancr'.man blush with sname. we He halls know lr, Speer well. originally from Anderson county, is a s genucman mane a ipien did nocretary of tne Capital Fair la year and mado a decided success of the first year's fair; and at that time (he news, thought so and said so, There must have been somo mighty pood reasons why tho News la aot en ioTlna advertising patronage fran the Capital fair this year, for Mr. Bpeer high-clas- Whenever another newspaper has spells and urinary disorders, kidney weakness may bo tho cause ot It all. Keep tho kidneys well and they will keep you woll. Doan's Kidney Pills euro sIck kldnoys and keep them well. Cau Stanford raders demand further proof than tho following statement: Mrs. T. S. Elkln, New Danville "I feel Pike, Lancaster, Ky says: very grateful to Doan's Kidney Pills for tho benefit Uiey brought me. My back was very lame and there was a constant jaln In ray back; Doan's Kidney Pills went at onco to the root ot my trouble Mid entirely rellccd me. I have not the slightest hesitation in rccofnmending Doan's KIdny Pills, as 1 know Wiey live up to all tho claims mado for them." For sale by all dealers. Price 30c. Foster-Mi- l Co, Buffalo, New burn York, soo agents for the United name Remember .the States. tier. Doan's aad take, prisea, she forget the storm, she far- get tat world. 8h ealy realise that there out la tat dawa, a man, the aaaa of all the world, who loved her was calling her same. The old call ot J manhood to womanhood, at mats to . I mate. She rose Instantly to her feet This ' time It was ths beating ot her heart . that pitched and tossed her body. Shs leaned against the rock wall and then she called his name. "Man," she cried, "are you safer "And "Yet," was ths answer. you?" ' 2 "Entirely so, sate 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." 8be pressed her ear close to tbe heap of huge loose stones which filled the opening. She could hear him working outside. "Don't be afraid," he said at last. "I fsar nothing." she answered, "if you are there." la one Instant ths situations of life had been reversed. He was tht master now and she hung upon his words aad actions avta as at had done la days goat by. Sat had no knowledgt of what task was btfort him, hut she could atar the progress that bt was making. It was tvldtat that he was working furiously, and ytt bt stopptd oact la sTtry llttlt while to reassure blsastlf as to htr prtseac. "Woman," he cried, "art you still there!" "Hera aad waiting," was tht answer. Ht needed that assuranca ot her safety to enable him to achieve bis prodigious Usk. How terrible were the efforts he put forth, she did not know until afterward, but his was the work ot a Titan. He was moving mountains with his bare hands. In spired by love, mlghtest of passions, be was tearing asunder, like the earth-- ! quake, tbe rocky foundations of the J world. Well for him that he was so and stnwed. Well for her that God had added strength and power I and energy to all hit other sptlndld ' qualities. He had never done any work in hit life harder than the climb- - Wat kts fctaa aaa kiteta Ut) Us aH Ms years that, Ms Ms aad fetea preteea upea taotatf taenia, He elaa to aer tatre la that kiss as If to ask up la oas saetatat far all tht neglected possibilities ef Us past, as If never la all lbs erlagtacs forth of the future should such aaeUer op-portunlty be afforded him. lit fait for tht first time la his life the beat of another human heart agalait his own, the rlst and fall of anethtr human breast, the throbbing at another human soul. Tighter and - tighter his arms strained her to hla. She gave herself up In that sand, dellrieat, awful moment to tht fuH low ot leag checked passion, and kits for kiss, pressure tor pressure.) and heart beat for heart beat, she made reptene. It was too much ' It was the man who broke away. Thtrt was nothing, no experience, no reaterabranct .to teach htm. It was Jill,' surprise. Ht thrust her from him slowly. Her bands lingered about hit nect, but his backward pressurt would (not be denied. He held her at arms' Ungth, htr haadt outstretched to him, Jltr botosa panting, her eyes shlafiig, htr ehttks aflame la the graydawn. YleleUss;, sdvlag up to him abttluUly, ytt something, tht magatflctat metal ot tht man. Us .restraints through which at had goat, tht loaf aattlta' wlU hla owa pasties, rott to his toal aad gave him mastery onct mere. "Woman! wosaaal" ht wattperta so ,mert local .aaaa; would rtprestat her now. Sht was humanity to hiss Ms ftrtt that la a r9 aSal SasfllSaSasV ml i mfl IT lWitSaSaSaSal 11 ylvBTZsalH JEaSSaa a ALbSbSbSbSbSbSbSbV ' SSaSBSBSaasV aallSBSBSBr 5lBa7NtrXkI WALK Are to-d- ay 5 OVER -- SHOES i,t 1 bar-thew- the most extensively ad vertised footwear in the world. A pretty big statement, but it is true. Manufactured in every leather used in foot wear and in almost every style conceivable at $3.50, $4, $4.50 and $5 the pair. We believe them to be the best wearing and best looking man's shoe made'to-da- y. - H. J. McRobertSa G. L. Pennj JL a ( to-b- H. Coffey E. IL Coleman Ice Cream Soda Water 2 Phosphates Grape Juice And a Large List of Genuine Thirst Quenchers At PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. tWfWtfflk mmxs WcWk . hrf J, EBEE&&BBSBESER L.Beazley&Co., W. A. TRiBBLE, Furniture and Undertaking. Day Phone 28. Night Phono 133. YOUCANBUY W. W. BURGIN. 1' , ii: f ft N ti i LJ at her door, how much time it took him tq clear It way, he bad 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. . AND POLICY SAVED. WITH LH-bhe worked more quietly save for those periods when he felt that he must You can make a new start after the hear her voice to enable him to gq on, fire. Wlthqut the policy what a hope Such was tbe furious energy of his less and dreary outlook would bo toil that by and by the great mass of jours. Don't risk It Have us Insure you today so that if fire come tonight rock was cleared away save one huge as It may, yOu will not wake up to boulder which fairly blocked tbe enmorrow a ruined man. trance. It was light outside now. A Kray dawn and full of storm. Through Fish & Pennington, the wider Interstices sbe could see him plainly. Sbe knew now that her resStanford, Ky Phone200 J. H. Baughma.i& Co. cue was only a matter of time. A branch of a tree for a lever and hie If you have anything to eell strength would roll the rock away. in the She started to tell him but he caught p. glimpse of her white face pressed against a crevice and tho sight inLINE STOCK spired him. With a great burst of strength, tbe like of which possibly had never been compassed by mortal Take to ttssEIHPIHHBijsSCv&lrife man since Samson pulled apart tbe Nunnelley's New Stock Yards pillars of tbe temple, he rolled the HsHn!flslsHsflflsBs?!MsVPSaL great rock aside and stood In the enlie buyand Eel s every day in tbe trance, gasping, panting, with, outyear except Sunday. JJriug oa stretched arms, llut a step divided taesa. That step your stock, Vest market iu she took. With a sob of relief she tho titate with plenty of breast, naturally, Inevited and water lest covered pau, outside of Louisville or 'Lexiogton, fell upen.hlesplendid arms swept her ably. Hla STANFORD, KY, We alto do a geaend hitch and feed biusiiew. close to him. Her owa hand mtt.aVoat al Beta. WKk aatwrata fata, at i"Va uai aim la all ,Ska avaaavar fttw tt ty j rived Your coal cheaper right now than any time in the year. With a Great Burst of Strength He Rolled tht Great Rock Aside. DENTIST. Office at Residence, CRAB ORCHARD, KY Stanford, tienturHx. Let us fill your bins with our FOX RIDGE COAL at 13 cts per bushel. Clean Coal; No Slack. Dentist Hours 8:30-1- 2 A.M. and 1 to 4:30 PM oillco Alyera Hous flats Stanford Ky DR.'W. N. CRAIG, Oculist and Optician Office over H. J. Mcltobcfts' Store Stanford, Ky. PRESSED STANDING SEAM GALVANIZED ROOFING. DR. T. W I PENNINGTON CONCRETING Undertakers and Embalm art. Also Dealers in Mattings.Rugs. They will exchange Furniture for ill Kindt oi Block. Give TbemaCaJl, Prices Right. Fur-oitur- e, Weareln poaltlon todoall kind, of concreting, tuoli a. Block Work, rvOJnU and. In fact, we can make any thins from a home down to a fence pod. We can serre roa promptly and suarantee ririt-clawork and material. Call and get our prices before you tiuy your material at least. tt ) STANFORD. - KENTUCKY PHILLIPS BROtS., Stanford, Ky. Larae Quantities carried In Stock. EADS' TIN SHOP, Stanford. Phons 114. JOHN COOK Harry Jacobs, Dvaler Id and Manufacturer of Phone 11. Veterinary Suraeon and dentist. Marble and Granite Monuments, Snedallsti on ll horse and animal disease, t Stanford, Ky. Phone 194 Marker, and I'oiti, Cemetery nnd Lnwn niture packing. Ky. ADAMS Livery: all kinds of haullnn, Fur- When Hungry GOTO WILL Vine. end ftetteos, OOlce und Kluney.Ky. sork. He. Carton's Meals S'arford, Phone 173. . " J. C. McClary, irrly tp uaaatafc Uit place lu llettaurnnl Lancaster, Btrtet Stanford K. lerTed at al I taours up to 11 un r. a. mtal. wnlfor a good quick Hplendld new line of fancy - '""MASON'S MEET.' Lincoln I JilKo No. w. K. A A.M. will meet lnui,lcamuu"ic't,onim''u, nr,l V1" tblrU Monday nlKbts ofencli month, at Tiwj o'clock la their hull on main strreet, r JJemWs ot .liter lodsesntt ttrnnllylnvUwltobeprv.ent. T, V. I'en Htu-ford.K- Cooking to iult our cuitornronripclolty. Groceries. notOolTee.BandwIcbei, plee, Hotter milk and sweet milk, etc., at all times. nlLRlou Bee. WlldEWalW. Undertaker and Embalmer. Otaet rUoaeCMT. ty. A. CARSON, Prop. . J-- For hou.e, carriage and sign painting pap hanging also buggy trimming el kit kinds such ai taps recovered curtalus ad boots made. UteuoverAldrldge's black nHb ahoa Watt Mala M., Manlard Xy deco-rallT J. J. BELDEN, 1 D. CA S. New Uvapr .IT TEK Depot Street, STANFORD, - KY HMafteae M. I- 1 A I'fcCHJeNoiSiftf. J J.BKLDKH. STANFMD, KBN f J ; ( PheneS. V. r FRIDAY, AUGUST mm&iM&imftmiim&mlikimmmiiitt. mrm0tMaiiUmSiim 1, 1916. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL. 1'AUC TI1HEB New Lace Collars There Is tBWUvy.-t-iWo have y HBIMUM 1&sWSsW,'i' Ni..7Rf IT For School Dresses New Percalesr We havo just placed on Sale twenty-five 3 V , nothing more popular at present than lace collar. ..(oil on aale a new rtocV. Price 25o to $2.25. bS&NMW i .V&tWJT, 'sas?Vs''"Y j- -. iYw? Wash Suits And Wash Skirts. At Greatly Reduced Trlcca, One-fourth jJm.3W Ti to one-hal- f oft" tho price. You Will See Fresh Things. At all seasons of tho year Pi'Fi day now you new patterns' in Cambric fiatesi' Fercalo in Red, Navy, China, Gray, and Light Grounds. Although we paid a little more for these goods, the price to our mcrs remains the same 12Jc ctwto- - at'thli store. Wo huy New Goods every kk,' ami strive to bo rwly for the demands of our cuetemcie. Right will bo looking fur Summer Novelties and right on the heels of tlicfc come tho thought of school dresses. ' SEVERANCE & SON, I si i .4 Ih KinrVHAllnir f a new Una of 28c box pa-- i Penny's Unit; the Institute at Manchester this wve.t j i. special values at Mr, Oeorge D. Florence is qulto ill with fetcr and is confined to his hpd. ftete. ur. w. u. o nannon waa in Fnak PERSONALS. fort on business last week. MIum Jnhnahn and Rubenal Hilton uiu Clara. Dame, of Libertr. Is the are attending the Drodhead fair. Wllchfr. Miss the Miss Sallle Taylor Woods left this Mrs. J. D. lMtx, or wiimore. is mnrnlnr for a visit, to ML Bterllnr ykHUng friends here. and MUlersburg. Mr. and Mra. John Shanks are Mlu Mamerlte Bibb Is la Toledo, guests of Mrs. Kltbr Itourne lu Ntw Ohle visltlBf frlesds. UaH. n'Uftnnnn la Attend Castle. Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Myatt who tng the Urodhesd fair this "we. been visiting her parents Llder mm llallou and children arc have Airs, .loscpu daiiuu uatu iviuiii- una . i!ltlH In Crab Orchard. ed to their home In 'San Antonio, J. 8. Hocker left on Wednesday tor Tenia. Mr. J. H. VanHook, a former a buslBess trip to the mountains. who Is now doing a flno busiM MAnAfArf. Tw.t.t aAVnral Ur ness at Ilurnslde, passed through to days at Crab Orchard Springs. the llrodhcad fair Thursday. Mrs. W. II. o nannon spent a ween .M laics Marram anu ucne w-fe- y or to In Frankfort and Lexington with of Danville, and Olllo !Iayd-n- , frlAtlflB Lave been the KUMts ot Mlsfts Lena itnn. u. A. Johnson, of tho Uureka an-- l Sallle Mnrgmet ll.icrf, uf Huston J'ortralt Company, rctumcu irom a vlllo which will le reino nN.'reil until trip up In Virginia. next vacation. .. ...ilo rimtfiiter arrived at tho Quito a crowd of Llncoltiltes attiesae of Mr. and Mr, C. F Oarnett tended tho Drodhead fair Mr and sho has been christened Virginia .tin. K I). Kads aid Miss Margaret Wilson. Huffman. Mr and Mrs. W. 1. Uuchan-an- , Mr. Tom Oooch of tho West hndMr Claude Dlbb of this city and relahas gono to Orrlck, Mo., visiting Mr F. M Ware, of McKlnney, were uuc among thoso who went up Thursday. tires and prospecting, no win shint Itl I1AYB. Mr and Mrs John L. Duncan, and -Mr. and Mra. Ueorgu Maury, oi son, John Leslie, Jr., of Uvmia riron. O.. am welcoming a Toledo, who have been the guests ef uiiin dauchter. who baa Mrs. Duncan's psrents, Rev. and Mrs. huniirtii 4, been named Eleanor The toother Joseph Uallou have gone to Middles-bor- o aa Miss Heasle far a visit to" Mr. and Mrs. Krn-es- t t will li remembered Warren, before returning to their Mesciee, oi un cur uviuiv un " riage. home. -- n I nls Hello iiuna Martin arromnanled her Mrs. John Haldeman, Miss Halde' Miss Georgia Hogg to llUlenlece lUldcman and Misses Isabel Mary Fox are a Louisville In Cincinnati. man ' home Uiclle Cooper went to Rich- - Iarty and a tour ot the Ulue Orass In on Miss . Mrs. Huldcman's motor car. They i uosd on Wednesday to visit -- m iha waw.lt ind with Mrs. Frank Robinson. Misses Margaret Jamen Annette John lluchanan at Crab Orchard, be- and Sadie Wearen are In Louisville- rore returning home. the guest of Mrs. Howard umaoLittle Mary Uack of Huslonville, returned homo aftir enJolnr a thus. Severance baa Yip. and Mrs. Albert i.lNuant visit with her Illtie cwMns (.wa riirait from a aolourn 'at Kbb and Elirabtth Coffey, f Danville at Crab Orchard Springs. Mrs. Susan Yeagvtr ims returned aUy at Crab Orchard MARRYING SOME ifrom a wceka (Springs. Henry Harp and Miss Ruth McOuf-fe- y Mr. W 11. llullock, of Lebanon, eloped to New Comb Tenn., and tho guest of Miss spent Sunday here were married Monday , Oraco Ilrady. ri.i...j Uhnitaa fnrmorlv ll AnQur- Mrs. Jesse. BUgg Is visiting herMrs. Will Hltfo at Huston- son' county, and Miss Kyoll MtJuf. daughter tu. toy were married Tnursuoy m pike. Danvlllo i, ?,.?.,'. nn th n Mrs. Joe M:CI.rv loft Mctluffeya two vce. stay at llaitle This ranKes three ot Mr. for children that havo married within n Creek Mlchignn. Stanford, Kentucky. Short Local News. a bushels of large . Thompson Bros., King's MounKl- tain, Kr. , mere 1 ltf 11 I month. J. L. Ooode, of Doyle, and Mrs. Nan nlo Pence were married in the court housd here Tusday by Judge Bailey. For 8ale. 3fO Big Strial Evert WA8 iitjf ui. FRI8BIE LOGAN WEDDINQ IN LANCASTER. ntir nine-year-ol- Lancaster, Aug. 17. Mrs. Mary Miller Friable and Hon. II. F. togan, both of this city, were married this morning at tho residence ot the bride's parents Rev C. C Drown pastor of tho Presbyterian church, performing the ceremony. Immediately after the ceremony they left for New York City and other Eastern points. Tho bride is tho daughter of Col. J. W Miller ot this place, the widow of the late Chas. W. Frlsblo, and Tho bridehas n little daughter. groom Is not only prominent as Mayor of Lancaster, but also aa a leading business man, being tho proprietor ot a largo clothing and furnishing esUoth tablishment and shoe store. brirto and bridegroom wcro recipients of a number ot bandsomo presents Irom friends and relatives. Among the out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. It. K. Hughes and little Margaret Elkln Hughes of Louisville, and Mr. W. C. Wherrltt of New Orleans. For Sale or Rent. corn and feed mill, latest machinery, capa city 225 bushels. Good shipping point, large building;, room for other manufacturing. Junction City Enter- price Company, Junction City, Ky. a Lost, ladles' coat on Lancaster pike. Return to this office and receive reward. The tax books for 1910 are now ready. Settle now and avoid the rush and confusion ot waiting until the last day. W. L. McCarty, Sheriff. FROM SICKNESS TO "EXCELLENT HEALTH." So says Mrs. Chas. Lyon, Peoria, 111., "I found In your Foley Kidney Pills n prompt and speedy cure for back- urhe and Kidney trouble which both ered me for many months. I am now enjoying excellent health wuich I owe to Foley's Kidney Pills. Shugars and Tanner. .a. Lost, a pair of gold frame glasses (n Stanford, Saturday evening Return to this office. For backache, headache, results. dizziness, nervousness, urinary IrShuregularities and rheumatism. gars and Tanner. A nice line wagon' and buggy whips t tho Country Store a,, A new aupplw ot dollar watches at the Country Store. LosL At Lancaster fair a pocket-boo- k contalng about 76 in checks and a 5 bill. Name In back. Reward for return to W. M. Duncan, 45-Stanford. 3 Wanted tome side meat ut Country Store,. For Sale. Six shares of First Nat ional Bank stock. Apply this office. aaa Nows has been received here of the death at Salt Lick, Madison county, of William Prultt, stepfather of MIsi Lena Palmer, who taught In the graded school here last year. He was a farmer of that section. a Mr. V. M. Tanner who attended the Blue Grass fair at Lexington, brought home with him a piece ot aeroplane wjilch "flew" during thp exhibition there. In one of its flight's while skimming the ground, It struck an obstruction, and broke out one of the supports. Mr. Tanner picked up the piece, and brought it home as a souvenir, though many others coveted It. It Is ot a very light though strong wood. Ho baB It on display at Shugars & Tanners. ' THEY HAVE'' A DEFINITE PURwell-know- n a serious case of Kidney trouble and' ' spending much money for cures, I found Foley Kidney Pills tho only medicine that gave me a pcrsaa.-necure. I am again able to be attend to ray work. 1 shall never" hesitate to recommend them alL" Shugars and xanner. nt np--an- . Trunks and Sewing machines; kind. W. A. Trlbble. Wo tie-b- est REMOVAL SALE I Removal 8sls-are going; tw leave Stanford on the 30th of AugovP and want to carry as few goods away' with us as possible. To reduce stecirc wo offer everything in the store everything that Is carried by a flrst-cla- ss dry goods Btcre, and all goes at the most unheard of sacrifice prices Ladles' and gents' furnishings, sboe, clothing, hats, odd trousers, ets. Also a nice line of notions, dress goods,.-a- ll go at figures which are bound to- make them move. Don't be late be-o- n time, v.Ullo you can get such bar'-gatn- Foley Kidney Puis give quick relief In cases of Kidney and bladder ailments. Mrs. Rose U later, Terre Haute, lnd., tells the result In her case "Afier suffering for many yoars from POSE. (I also have fcr 6ale among my household effects a first class Howard piano Baldwin make, in good oondi- tlon. Also a nice Gold-dust filly. Will sell these very cheap.) 8. Goldstein, Stanford, Ky. three-year-ol- d -- FOLEY KIDNEY PILLS. Tonic In quality and action, quick in Rowlaai i rV I m V1 msiiBVi liJk Woman's Ills rAssWsLr or Mr. J. A. Carter Is up from Lebanon Junction. He tells us that he Is going to build n nice house on his farm near Walnut Flat. No alcohol in this cough medicine. J.C.AserCo.,Lell.M:l Mrs. Alle Culbert, of Louisville, Is visiting her mother Mrs. Bettio CamM constipated. The best den. yo? bowtU AyefsPHto, f??n?lYiSf a?0J your doctor If m aareeswKh us. Do taxattvc Is vegetable. Aik be Mrs. Myrtle Collier, of Bedford Ind., ashe saw. 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 A summer tonic that braces the accident Ttlesday. She waa washing brain, cools the system. and apllled some hot water in her body and your stomach kidneys and Regulates shoe burning her foot very badly. Rocky Mrs. John Dennis who has been sick llvrr. That's what Holiister's or tab ountaln tea will do, 3ac tea for some Umo Is Improving. Mr. t; W. Goodrich our clever mer lets. Shugars and Tanner. chant la having his house painted For Sale Nlco rfleWence on Main which adds very much to Its looks. a dry town but street In Stanford, Tty,. the frontage Rowland is called it .tirin-- t look like It Saturday utght of lot large enough for another build Tho boys fh genoral ing lot All necessary outbuildings. and Sunday. wore feeling good. It reminded- us of Everything In good repair. Price 'ssssHassssHHaHHHsVaHaVJalasslisaisssiBfs tho "Uiack Cat and Ulue wing;- uays. I2.7C0. A bargnln, see L. R. Hughes, Stanford, Ky, ! TOOK ALL HIS MONEY. doc-acOften all a man earns goes- to be- Tho Camp Meeting at luubo Liver or Kidney trouble that Dr Auc. 6. Hear Tinman preacn mr. nr fnr medicines, to euro a stom irins slr-g- . 49-or Kidney trouble that Dr.j and ach Liver Little-Rust- y Kings New 1.110 mis wuum nuii. - Ttev. A. A. lliggina who.Js at home euro nt slight cost., Best for Dyspeppastorate at Glasgow, will Ind neat on. Biliousness, v,iraiw from his well-fitted pat'lonrJaundTce. Malaria and Debility Vrtach at the Presbyterian enur.n Sunday morning. 25c at Penny's Drug Store. We have had nearly seventy years of prrvri'pnrp wHh That makes us have great confidence in it for COUChs. COlds. bronchitis, uvalc threw: and weak lungs. Ask vour own doctor what-- onwrionn he has had with it He knows. He can advise yu wisely. Keen in close touch with vnur famiiv nhv',rhn AVer's Cherry Pectoral. 70 Years with Coughs A. kWkisWWfHfiiMrSi Final Gleao-Il- p A Ut VAKVKUS Y. i) TBI 3 At Prices That Will Interest You The pair you bought the first of the season is looking a and l. She become, broken.down.ileep-le"Irritsble nd feel, tired Irom mornm to ni"ht. When p.in. snd sehe. rack the womanly .y.tem st frequent interval!, tuk your mtitkhr about hedhe. , you know how much a neat, Oxford adds to your appearance. Plenty of time to wear them yet! "i Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription I 1 M W. E. PERKINS ... imm -- . CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY hi , il v?i. ..' - " . y WsmrW4rWJH r") m T sssCsHtfllSr.Ca m ' . ' -- t c- - v " SUMLIII G& .-! TAfs PrtMcrlptlon hat, for over no years, been women, d carina delicate, weak, by the hundred ot thouaanda and thla too In the privacy ot their home without their hav Ini to aubmlt to Indelicate queatlonlhAa and offensively repugnant examinations. pain-wracke- fc Wot - Invfced rt J1 sm ! c vT. K, I " i 39 X L&d better .". than meth- LW ever. Factory equied .jr 0 tie with throughout? iW new machinery tJf0mTle SUPERIOR & worm ""XUV-- " J " fi.- r,- -' S,.a a us " loiTUK J"lDs. riKRCS'S UKBAT edition 1000 pafe., sn.wars M Meific.l AdvUcr, newly revi.ed or married, Plain Estllih ho.t. of delicste que.tion. which every woman, .indie 31 ouiht to know about. ot Sent fru to any address on receipt of in French cloth bind.nf. wrapping and mailing sUinps to cover co.t uP?" ennl In confidence by letter frit. Addre.s L. R. Hug hes w, i.. Y. T. W. Humble AV. O. Marti. " ., one-oe- nt 25 PER CENT. OFF SSHaHsflsMaaalsSSSSSSSsl ! & On any Oxford in our store. All Tea Per Cent. Off ' i J ods of manufacturing improved 50i style direct 4roiortion value & T , .- O GRAIN DRILLS k4it m too. f SmartStylish and Flex-- For 1910 Have Arrived. fir I 1 ," n ihJe to the last degree. The new , models on display today. You re ' "7 Stop In And See Them. -- e I Cummins & Wearen; Thte store l W. H. O STJ0P IN AND HICC1NS, YOU On all lawns, batistes and silk mull. Also big reduction in a lot of short length summer silks, suitable for waists, scarfs etc. HUGHES, MARTIN 8EE IF HE HASN'T SOMETHING WANT STANFORD, KENTUCKY. the home ot Hart, Schaffncr & Marx clothes Stanford, Kentucky. t l .. Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD, KENTUCKY &,C0., t ., ' .rifa, jiwltf .a., ., ?.. . iii-- s t ,.jU . t -Jt - ..jllifi' i.i 'f - "' Ti r j, pr .. r ""Ti'illll 'T 'i"(l "ri """ "' ' "'"''" TH mini ii SSteDSSl rAmmim INTMRIOR JOURNAL. FRIDAY, AUGUST 19, 1919. 4 I "H" Quit Business Sale nvlng formed connections with the tfotocoq Warehouse fa DasAVwiII bitMAled CO beptehlber 15th. BUGGIES trjif Tirh ' ! All unsold .1 fl our time to U.at buslncai after Until eoptcraber 1st. we offer overyvchlclo In our repository at vehicles Actual Cost. SUMEYS, KA day, September 3rd, will be o!d at auction. ftlur "WkaW ssssssssssssssssssssssV This atock consists of about to sssH asssssssssssssssVT94rr. ' M WWETINS AH now, up ntylea, taught'this Hummer, Not a shopworn job in the house. Corao early and get the choice. WAGINS. t DANVILLE, KY. H. C. BRIGHT & COMPANY. WONT rjEED CRUTCH Cor-nollu- s. DANVILLE KY. f r SSI ' cool DISHES HOT FOOD IN kitchen-N- o t FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. Hemp harvester for sale. In good V A."Trlbble. condition. For Sale.-- A well Improved fdrm of 20 acres, near Mt Salem, household and kitchen furniture, stock, nnd farmlnR tools. P. If. Woodson, Tit y ;j Salem, Ky. V. Hales, of Dnnvllli. bought of J. W. C. Covington, of Madison HG head of export cattle at 7c a pound. In Bourbon county V U. McClln-tocbought of the estate or the Iat Jnmes E. Clay, 800 lambs at 6 cents a pound, Frank T. Logan, of Danville, do. nvered so nogs averaging 200 pounds to .lore Caldwell at I8.7S. For Sale farm, about 7 miles from Stanford; 100 acres of Uno lottom Innd as good as you can find In Lincoln county. The uplnnd Is good, fho while farm Is well fenced and never falling water, there being two good cisterns at tho door; a dwelling, two tenant houses, two stock barns and new tobacco Kirn, 96x36; 2 corn cribs, granary, Ico house, buggy house, etc. Will sell at a bargain In the next 60 days. Owner's reason for selling Is bad 1,400-iNiunk 354-acr- e Heat Except Where Needed! FOOD WELL COOL. NO COOK-E- When editor J ! Soiaman, of N. C, bruised Ills leg badly It ntnrtod an ugly sore. Many salves and ointments proved worthless. Then Uucklcn'a Arnica Salvo healed It thoroughly. Nothing is so prompt and sure lor uiccrs, uons, Hurns, Bruises. Cuts, Corns, Sores, Pimples. HciTSma or piles. 25c at Penny's Drug Store. ECZEMA A OEKM DISEASE CAN NOW BE CU11ED The medical .rofcsflnn is nil nureo.l Clearance Safe Of Clothing, Oxfords, Straw Hats, Odd Pants. HATS. KITCHEN DONE KITCHEN NO UNDER- OVERHEATED EVERY- - SUMMER. THING HOT WHEN WANTED. HEAT UNDER PERFECT CONTROL AND CONCENTRATED. THE BLUE FLAME IS ALL HEAT NO SMOKE NO ODOR NO DIRT AD THESE ARE SOME OF .THE VANTAGES IN USING THE NEW PERFECTION, WICK BLUE FLAME OIL tfry dtilf A COOK-STOV- E! Ciroyla vtrywhtr; f not your, wr'tt fdf DCr.ptiv to th naarttt gncy of (Incorporated.) THE STANDARD OIL COMPANY, 3!: Shirts, Collars and Ties, Biggest Line Ever Brought to Crab Orchard. W l I j. m L. L. SANDERS, Grab Ortha&rKcntucky. ijllfl 11 M '! 'f y "- 3HHsBh8 IJ'VJbRTT!H sssssaaSssatJ - " 'Tw ttmmiTi in YOUR t. lilt - s X ff . lif"1'' .; i frfcj 'firff For i A 1 BARGAIN iTHSKMt ft Only Free $24.25. See - - - It mv. ii. MiilllS. tfflJV ijTBii nifciri -- m""- 'vy II T llYraYft 13.00 Oxfords at 2.29. $2.68 Skin Sufferers! Drop Craasy Salves $2.50 Oxfords at $1.98 and Nasty Medicines. $28 That mild, soothing liquid D. D. D, 12.00 Oxford, at 230 Pant.'.t $1.98 ! Prescription, stops tho awful Itch with the nrat drop. A prescription of ae knowledgcd value. Get a trial bottlo at 25 c. It will take away the Itch As udnllnlstrator of the estato of right away and you will sleep soundly. e assure you personally of the raer I). M Swope, deceased, 1 will on tho premises about 2 miles west of Ha of this remedy for we know. Shu Bryantsville, on tho Fisher's Ford gars ft Tanner, druggists, cent Illness . Miss Knua Miller Pay road on "' WEDNESDAY, AUG. 31, 1910 fcell to the highest and best bidder PRESIDENT HELPS ORPHANS the following property, towit: 2S2 The fine Blue Grass farm ct Hundreds of orphans have been acres located near Bryantsville. The helped by the President of the Indusplace is in a high state of cutlvatlon. trial and Orphans' Home at Macon, tlnely improved, well watered, well a, who writes " We have used Elecfenced and la a farm that has few i) tric Bitters in this Institution for nine any equals 'In the Blue Grass coun years. It has proved a most excellent try. This farm must, be sold so that medclne for stomach, Iver nnd kidney KY., tho proceeds can bel iJvlded among troubles. We regard It as one or the WILL BE HELD the heirs. The sale wlirfftgln prompt best family medicines on earth." It inNly at 10 a, m. Terms will be. made vigorates all T1U1 organs, purifies the known on day of sale. Also at the blood, aids dlgeston, creates appetite. same time and place tho following ad To strengthen and build up pale, thin, ditlesal property will be sold at auc-- weak children ot rundown people It -B- Yhas no equal. Best for female comtloat Only 50c at Penny's drug f 'shares of stock In the bank of plaints. Bryantarllle, 10 head of sheep, four store. steers. 1Q milch cows, 2 heifers, one "GET BUSY" .. bull, 1 bay mule 1 lot of bogs. 1 bay THE WORLD-WID- E KNOWN SINGER AND EVANGELIST, OF iraare, 1 spotted pony. 1 bay horso, 1 We "got busy" aad.tatked the owngray mule, 5 calves, 1 ATLANTA, GEORGIA, 4 Qorec, x spring waop i ijsjwagon. ers down to "120 per acre" listen: harrow,, wheat "drilfrTMrrows, 'JjIowb One of the very best farms It not and numerous other fanning ..tapl. the. best of , Its alreMn Lincoln county s Others will assist In the meeting. This help for our meeting la the boat ment-B- , one rubber , tire btfggyl aki. fcttendid locality, fertile soil, thafcan be hid for a revival or a great camp meeting and by the graco or Improvements, everything to be Cod we expect hardest,- - one, piano, and piano. Jlaje.r have the best meeting wo have ever had. acres oaly- - one mite household and kitchen furniture an ae6lred."'2r.l.ii y0 Accomrnpd'tlons: (urnUh rooms or tents for tho who wi.h other articles too. nhmerous to men- from Stanford, land lies well and Is well; watered. Bat a "dummy- - real .to stay 1 the grouads. Lut occupants will please brine beddlaeri tion. if ,nu . estato man ought to sell this farm wish to buy or rent a tent please apply 10 days before meeting bogles. K. K "she speaks for herself." We want A dining hall and lunch ataud will b run for the benefit ot you farm buyers to look at this farm. tho pooplo. Purpose: this meeting Is run toi the positive salvation of lost huuianltr Wo have other farms In Lincoln and of B. M. Swope. Deceased. OarrarU counties. Write for catalo- and not a big time gathering place. We propose to Col. ,1. M. Dunn, Auctioneer. run the mectlug order- gue. For further particulars apply to una noi aiiow arniKing or nny mis rx?halor. We want that men flee Hughes. & Swlnbroad, The real estato ir the wrath to come and prepare tomeet God. We bclleva In and men. Lancaster. Ky. holiness of heart and life but our meo,ng 1, clear or fanaticism, and tho doctrine that we hold Is tho one that ,ave8 men nnd kecr9 them MTej revealtl in our inward and outward life. Are you- - comlngT De sure to come ren't you a ,ent or bulM you a cotp ' LANCASTER, KY. -It Is well to step a physical ail tage and stay all through tho meeting, You w)1 nevw ,u went at the first signs of , its approach, I 'BUYErt'OP For further particulars address ,C. w. f 4. ix. y t!S 1 stanfort, Ky., or Dr. i!.i FARM SALE that Eczema I: a germ disease, but tho thing that has baffled them Is to And some remdyt lint will get to the geims and destroy them. Zemo, the clenu, external treatment, has aoved this dlMculty by drawing tho germs to the surface of the skin SUITS and destroying' the gorm Ufo that causes the diseases. whole The $25 Suits at method of treatment and cure 1y Ze$22.50 Suits at mo Is explained In an Interesting $20 Suits at book onthesubjeci Issued by the ink $18 Suits at ers of Zemo. It tells how to euro yourself at home of Eczema, Ulack-head$15 Suits at Pimples, Dandruff and all dis$12.50 Suits t eases of tho skin and scalp. Call at $10 Suits at Penny's Drug Store for booklet and $6 Suits at learn more about this clean, simple remedy that Is now recognlxetl the OXFORDS. health. For further particulars see standard treatment for all diseases of W. L. McCarty or I It. Hughes. $4 Oxfords at the skin nnd scalp .1 MILD LIQUID CURES ECZEMA $3.50 Ox'ordi at s, $fi.98 $15.98 $13.98 $11.03 $3.50 Hats at ' $i68 H' $2.50 2 Hats at Hats at $0.98 $1.50 Hats at $ 8.98 $1 H'ts at $ 6.98 $28 $1,79 $U8 ..$1.19 $..79 $3.93 $7 $6 ODD PANTS. - $3.29 $2.79 AT AUCTION 2 Pants at Pants at $5 Pants at $1 P'nts at $3.50 Pants at $3 Pants at ' $3,49 $4,43 $ja ....$2.98 SAM ROBINSON, Stanford, Ky. AT JUMBO, &eei) River Canjp flieeti, FOUR MILES FROM MeKINNEY, -O- AUGUST 26 to SEPT. 5, '10. REVrCHAS.i.TILLiM,- -. ' high-clas- SWtK, Alm'r nrrh Remidy H.B, Northcott. All ;. . ( ''.P!1 Mlfflfs I Keiw4ySt. Lou. L 8ml,h' firov KyT4 S30NT TINKER WITH YOUR WAT. ER BOICER. . Turkeya per lb Ducks, per lb, the blood, ote. A very quick sod inslt! i..5-5f- tc way40 stop the troubla as wU as to Roosters, per lb or in, caldwtlra S " "L- - "' "'" c ,, Hides, ner.ipr.. ,.ln: "h'f hcontalns logrcdlenU .IHPl 1R JAa raalhora t. t te WIVt tCfll Hlne.nn ilq IK eblve4TwIth bis remedy, and wbo are Yellow Root, per lb puduo to that LIME AND SALT FOR SALE OR IN " ";r pthtfs " can help mi ic themselvee. are Mr th JbH 7-- 8c trouble, which can eventually rive rise to so many serious complications. m. .m.v.ha manir nav iiv.r rrnnn it Is indigestion,, and, henc take tie wrong remeay., th up ..T"1csitrlcliver ,des not twre ilawtlH. Julees it bccaM v oisiiiirnsi iha ktnM bowftli. with wileh It ti work comes tb sallaw .i. mMnwfijr com)exh)B.- -. Mm iflin 'MmkIv- - . Kinds of Fartn Produce Kn.ua Srlder, llclCinssy, K.or C'!arr- t- -- , Stanford Branch T. ,Kv Tuaor, M'g'r. WE ARE PAyjNQ TODAY FOR: 'pecUtiily 3.-- , 5- -, y YotiK. lens,.. .,.....,'..... 10-ll- c Clarence J. Sippler Sec, London, Ky. fine: Located on the etanrord and acres well1 watered, "one. hundred acres la This land gjass B0 acres (or whea produces tlnu tobacco, corn and wheat .'.MtaDtsssssUKTssssssssssssBt Aflne young orchard or one hundred I 'lsssssmc4iaeBssssssBBSsl , .SSBBBBBBBBUl BBBTsBe bearing fruit trees, a modem new six sssTSBBBTsBsafmLaprBrBBflu ' lIVn room house, cistern at door, cellar and "UlHecesary1 outbulldlagi two tenant houses, Jars' bap, nev'aHo. free mall if jTiaBaKsssssssssssssssssssssssssssssVc ueiivery, mree quaarea yards to IF VOU ARE WELsrVrWrstDO 'SeieVflMua'fen church. &y- - .&-- P' DUkoa' on lumber we don't WH Stanford, Ky,. Box U Phone 8 ring . you 2 RggS' ....,.'.,. . .lZ-le- mj farmfor sale !?.' belt, I furntih the Thlsrwlll'prove to you that liver trouble wellcan thafreeheet-ofeu- loubllowlth thenlaats as flowers, as of vnmiiw cureu wim an KMeeDaitts, pottea. nawers,- - on snort money wffl be refunded. tnii rs,e4y,.ar tried wreaths It you caa then buy It In Hvhi r"ilar aottoe. the wayef ur drunlat at nfty cents and (or for funeral purposes. In connection with theabore, I have all onim jtolUr a bottle, aujacotitor an entireand the l.tt. 1. klodi ot vejatablea on hand at rea.oaabl"" family. This rMaedy Is a vaet ''oHklMTMAii iIhEKN HOUHKH, overjratbartlo tablets and ImrrorimMit L salte. which f UOK. only 'do eod for the time belnr. Byrup Htan'TU. Ky. I. permanent In Its results. I gPepeJa for fixing it right nd does not rripe. It Xt (rood for all thoie who swjll not be nearly as much as you may are only a sample of our harness nnd Yiolent purgative. Uaae by tinkering with or neglecting all pteaaed measure kinds of horse goods. You'll find to 4ve you anyperaonaMv wlM.beyou may Uaveour Then yourtaken by a tailor of low medical-advicolotlies, whethera L for ypureelf or family pertaining- - to price basinets suit or the finest evening the latter Just as good as the whips the, stomach, liver or bowels absolutely olothes, will have that Individuality and nt free of ctarRe. Kxplaln your rase in a which plainly Indicate they were made to letteand he wUh rply ,ta yen InidetalL yoHr.vaeasam 1 will also take, yovr measand equally moderato in price. WARNER, For the free sample simply send your ure tor eitra trousers, fanoy ve.ts. tor name, and addrese on a rwi.tai ...v ooatsl and; overeoats. Hprlng and Humms. otheewlse.. Kor either request the doctor's wploi ou nana ready lor your Inspection jTswrnt 1M. StanfanJ, Ky. j Dr- - IF' ? Caldwell, R.eii pal J. C McCLARY, Stanford, Ky. H.O.KUPUSY, The Tailor, J. we VuUisur. UoaUssUo, UL ttlaatord, Ky. til CHCfiW6?A?. WHI is an easymatter! here. We of order. You are apt haxe ,to make it worso and possibly cause .ery 8i le. ro.-- eyery use unl at blow up or ali Its possibilities. Sena about any pric. whip you ifor us when your boiler or any other cannot get here Is 4 iiucjr one. Wu or yetir plumbing requires atlen havo none of that Kind. Our whips cttoa. Our charges ,4f sterfd Sample. ?? f 'Q Xk7yetl ttm Byrup your aname anda address send ob''n free trial bottle. Pepeln-wlth -- iftj These. 3. Jaa A many EXCHANGE FOR PRODUCE. We ,aan please, you. Phone 153 Mca thoundof others. lCUtrL0WEl.SF0r.SAU! lEssUksfeissaH Jl10 it gets out - '1'liH-u.il- J nrfUwittpiW8 ti.t-it.- !- of Us good tlrt found tUem out for yourself. qualities Youhlne t la ;. 1. r, ,.,'if i fA 1 Spring & Summer Stock. iire WrK. jjj "&.& the man wbo knows little abput it we want to reach. If you 'are ono wo For the next zO days wo will sell want to say most emphatically that our tobacco hogsheads at mill at the best) lumber Is by far the cheap- 11.10 each. We also 4Uve some flue est and that ours is the best to be bad. white and brown leghorn" cockerels for sale. Kings .' Mountain Planing J. A ALLEN, SttwHr- -, Ky. MUU Kings Mountain, Ky, v Ni&e, 4' T" ( Bjf sr