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L T t 1CEJoRTI1EfIir VOLUME XJ6CV1L r I- zifANFOKD LINCOLN COUNT KIir roCKyi FRIDAY AUGUST 20 1 NO 62r i 4LOU1S WAIKEP I iJ IS APrOINTED JUDGE rrr fc ACTING OOV COX NAMES OAR RAm MAN TO FILL THE JVACANCYe t f AH predicted In tho Interior Jour r salof Tuesday Acting Governor Wit r Ham H Cox appointed Louis L Walk or of Ijincosler Circuit Juilgo of tho i t v ThlrtcontK Judicial district to nil the v x vacancy caused by tho death of Judge Iott wetk4fJ4i was by r 4 f Cox at Frankfort today Friday 4 x Fund It le understood that It becoItgs tI effective Immediate Judge Walker J i 1 will hold his first term of roust at f JDunvillo early in Swplonibor V 0 3 Tho appointment of Judge lllkor twill hardly come as a surprise to 5 14thosq who figured out the polltfcs pt 4 tbo situation tor United yates Stu t 1Dtoi ll O IlrWley threw the weight r Fof his powerful Influence behind his ftSsft rltownaman and county man and as r Cox le Bald to have decided guGerna r r toilet nmtiHIons the Influence of the Senator Jn hli bcnalf n little later willio prdbably bo worth the nomination Jttr UOII said to tune a largo practicewv YIVJnnd Is regarded by all as an able man 4 jw + vtn the legal profession Ills term will 3w only last until Jan 1 1918 for an 3 iVv iolectlcji will be held November toll t jc at the time of the regular state oleo Lit torsma oi Judge daufley unexplr sciltli Doyle nnd Murcor Is usually largely 4 democratic It li confidently expected 4 + that n democrat will BUCCCCH Judge 01 Walker utter a little over a years 4 jj vervlco The emoluments from the everii 4TOHOLD SPECIAL TERM OF COURT IN LANCASTER f Jlld e J MBeaton Thursday 441 for Lancaster to hold a special toi of court This Is In tho district pro v aided over by the late Judge SaUUoy 1 I iu Saulterhast oc Cox selected Judge Benton for the 10 special term Winchester y Still After Crab Orchard MERCER COUNTY MEN HAVE LOPTION ON WRINGS I L The negotiations lor the sale of I Crab Orchard Springs have not yetb beep completed but JUdl John W Hughes and lion Charles A Hardln of Mercer passed through here yes iierdaJ and said that It Is practically settled that In combination with a y number of prominent capitalists thers on the place now and Is awaiting the settlement of several minor details before It will be closed One of the hitches in the negotiations Is said to At I parties who own an Interest In- S the famous well at the depot which the syndicate hoaded by the Mercer people alto want to acquire It is understood that Judge Hughes Is at a figure around 30uoo they plan to put Im cprovementa on the famous old re amount of I1UOOOO 1IJ THE GREAT EVANGELIST 4IREV CHAS D Who will conduct the annual camp WMtlig at Jumbo this county this i year He Is said to be n very gt- Cttdjllajtr sad earnest orkerIi SAVED FROM a +v f ever felt so near my grave t fwrites Lewis Chamblln ot Manchester Ohio K R No3 as when a frightful feougk and lung trouble putted mo manytto l completely cured me Now I weigh I 160 pounds and can work hard so cured my four children ot crouri Infallible for coughs and colds Its the most certain remedy for lagrlppe 1asthmo desperate lung trouble and all affections 50u and 11 K r trial bottle free Guaranteed by G aL Penny druggist j i Does Double Duty MRS GIVENS TURKEY HEN LOSES NO TIME Tro nature fakers tUg up mjmy strange tales of the antics of animal e but heres one ou an old turkey lien which cart bo proton true by anyone who wants to see It by going to the Jjorne of Mr and Mra Will Giycns Tutu turkey hen laid out a clutch ct eggs early fu tho mi miner and after hatching out a brood of young tucks took them oft tho neat nod while mothering them proceeded to lay another settlnkof eggs At last nc count she Is still laying and still tending to her brpcl of young ones This Is the kind of poultry worth having amt It Is sold that Mrs diy ens Is asking iancy prices for this pat weethkdo double duty has not been learned f o cSteril Elder I W Hardy or Nashville preached tit the Christian church Sunday inorptsgaMr James Uy rs age 90 years died of tho general decline at lint homo of flue soninlaw at Marksbury F Ur Hurst taught n building lot of 8 p Haselden neit to 0 D Pow ells store He expects to have a twp story1 warehouse erected onth site and the building to bo used to store furniture or In connection with his large furniture business Sirs J B Komper gave a handsome and sumptuous dinner at her country home Wednesday Mrs James I Hamilton of thiscity belnc one of tire honor guests Rev CrC Jirbwn is engaged In a series of meetings at Hyattsvlllo 8 G Haselden wife and IIIUo sonar nt Homo from liulBvlllc ha Ing returned In their handsome new automobile The work upon the Lancaster hos flital Ii being pushed right along un der tho supervision of the promoters the throe ablq physicians Brs J M- ilclgnJamea U Klnnalrd and Wm flurfiott The ffolowlng comprise n liou q UfIlklegtWHIIamsTlraTrtba Tinker Florence Johnsod Mamie Btornfa Dunn Eliza beth Ford acid Gracey May Cochran James L Hamilton bought a band soma tomblncd tnare or It r Kd wards ot Cleveland Miss for 351 He sold 65 hogs to V A Lear at 8 l2o dolt Dunn a colored boy of 16 shot two colored youths of about the same age alter a difficulty Ono George Sautters watt shot In the head and Cleorgo Jennings In the face and It Is thought Jennlngs eyesight will be entirely destroyed Mrs Robert Cox died at bur home a mile of Lancaster Crab Orch ard plted Sunday atU oclock of larnlysls The deceased win H years of age and a consistent member of the Christian church Besides her husband she is survived by five chil dren a grown son and daughter The Interment was III the Lancaster Qvme tery Tho new sldowalk 01 comyeto pavements are about completed on- Lurrey avenue and wilt certainly make a handsome building annex to Lancaster r Blnom Davis and Miss Ieurl Donln of Cartcrsvllle eloped to Jolllco 1onn where they were united Iti marriage Wm Washington bought a horse ot Moses Humphrey for J1W Humph ray toupht a ron i5 home of JuuiVn Murphy for SHO FOLEYKI I lNEY PILLS Tonlo In quiVftyT M action quick In results For VkctMreho headache dizziness nervos M eM urinary Irregularities and rheumatism Shu gars and Tanner BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY We have for aleat a bargain splendid business let Stanford Owner has a good reason fpr going out of bHaiaeas This Is a money making proposition for the righfraan Also come to see a rib farm of 00 acres in G rrafd ceuBty right on pll errIgbt at railroad station fine Improvements Ural class land price 9130 per acre Write us for catA- logue of othor farms In Lincoln and Uarrard counties HUGHES SWINEBROAO The Real Estate Men Lancaster N For Sale Nice residence OB Main street In Stanford Ky the frontage ot lot large enough for another pulls ing lot All necessary outbuildings Everything la good repair Price 12760 A b4rgala 1M Li R Hughes r 1 r BABY ATTACKED BY VICIOUfrSOW MRS WILLIAMS RESCUES INFANt SON FROM PORKER BY USEjOF A CLOB rho Infant son of Mr and Mrs William Williams of the Hodgovillo Section had a narrow escape this week wbunlt was seized by a vlclou- saw Only when mo little tellow- I mother qua the porker over the head with a club did It release the little boy orMrwho was at once notified oC the affair It seems that Mrs Williams was engaged In some house work on the back porch and the little boy wart playing on the floor of the kitch alongWandwith her mouth started to drnglil to her wallow In a abed nearby The Wcnmspt tho baby brought his moth or at once to the rescue and she beal off the vicious brute with a club The little fellows leg is said to he badly laternted by the sows tusks but It IK not believed that any of the ulnJrles will provo serious MkMleburg f fJ t1Wilson has bought a brand now grlsst mill and Is setting it up at Ypsetulte to do grinding for tillI public Rev Joe bollntyno came over from the Association at Elllsburg and preached at the Baptist church Frl Joy and Saturday afternoon Tho Baptist people are endeavoring to secura the services pf Rev O 11 Huey to a protracted meeting here In tho near future Rufus Maynard a youth ot the Wall town section came down one day last week and surrendered to Constable Marion Black on a charge of a breach of the peace He will be tried Fr dayDuring lire rain storm here Sunday morning lightning killed two belter for Mc D Fogle and a mule for C d Jones A bolt struck a locust tree In Mr Martha Sharps yard and run nlngjiown killed two chickens JasesLahorn ltnaIfoiuglija hai Interest In the stock of goods otIrsHello Lawhorn ot Yosemite and tL Gad berry and the wrIter are en gaged In taking an Inventory o the stock In our letter last week we Inadvert antly left out tbo marriage oC Mr7 James Drye and Miss Nannle Adams They are popular young people and deserved better treatment and we beg pardon tor tho omlsslonn In writing up the Murphy reunion lost week we mentioned Mrs diehard- Ilesteras one ofthe grandchildren of Mrs Murphy and your type got It Mrs Richard County Flection Board Named S T HARRIS AND A C CARMAN APPOINTEDOTHERS IN THIS SECTION Sr T Harris and A C Carman together with Sheriff McCarty will cmpoAO the board of election com missioner In Lincoln county title year The appointments were made yesterday at Frankfort by the State Hoard of Election Commissioners Mr Harris represents the democratic party and Mr Carman the republican Both are high class men in every way and will make efficient offlcals Other election commissioners for scunilcs Ja this section are us rnt low The first named Wag a republi cad and the second the dewecrat- Adalr O F Stults KsMM Hurt Royl1N K Tunis IjM Wood Anderson Alonsto Struflen WP Cox Casey O R Watson E ii Moore Garrnrd RH liaison J 1 Hamilton Jessamine JT Vince NLlJronnugh Knox WF Parker J M Gilbert LaurelGA Settle G G Brock Mndlsc iWnMer Bennett B Dates Shackelford Mercer 3R Wilder EP McGarvey Pulaskl B Wesley Chas McDowell llockcastle P B Southard William Poyntor Russell U P Phelps Beenard Stelby B BResU W Brlggs Spencer WL VaaDytee Jolla Wig elnton Wayne 8L Wright JR Wllhlte WWUfj DY Lawsw E B Prltck nrd OHIO VALLEY EXPOSITION Aug 294spt 24 1910 A magnificent parade will take 3 hours to pass a given point will raark the opening of the Ohio Valley Exposition Aug 29th 1910 Special low rates to Cincinnati 0 via the Q C route have been placed In effect Ask ticket agent for particu lars W A Beckler General Ifessen gor Akent Cincinnati 0 1 oAr l1 o toW r I CRUSHED TO DEATH BY TRACTION ENGINE GEe REYNOLDS MEETS FEAR FUL FATE WHEN BRIDGE GIVES WAY NEAR MKINNEY George Reynolds one of the best known metf In the West End of Lin coin county met a fearful heath on Inst Tuesday afternoon when a wantasmall creek betwden Turnersvllleand McKinney Mr Reynold was pinned at the hips by the big wheel of the engine against the arena abutmonton one side of tho bridge and It was almost two hours before the rescuers wore able to release inn He died that night as n result of the Injuries he sustained He was 49 years of age and leaves several children hit wife Having preceded hln to the great Ueyond several years Mr Reynolds wall accompanled by two colored man George and William pullm n one to another Wfien the engine down his assistants were wentI to the creek and miraculously 8d serious Injury Mr n stated however that the mon who were endeavoring to extricate hum should help the others before do inn anything for him Ho maintain ed that ho was not hurt It Is said that he was caught In an upright po jlttpn against the Stone abutment and his body was evidently so be numbed by the tearful pressure that ho aid not realize the terrible condi tion Mid was In Tlio remains ot Mr Reynolds were laid to rest after appropriate services at McKinney School Begins Early MISS ErHELHILTON ELECTED TO FILL VACANCY IN THE FACULTY The Stanford graded and high school will open Monday September 5th The prospects ate flattering for a good school In tact the outlook looks better each year The faculty has been completed and It Is with satisfaction that the trustees announce that the school system was never more nearly perfect than at present All now resident pupils In Lincoln county will be given free tuition If they present a certificate Rom the county board of examiners This ap plies of course td those who do not Hvoln a7chotiVUtlUlctheSe tar is SOc or more Pupils expecting to en ter this viii bring their certificates with them the first day ot school Those who have not this certificate will be charged tuIUooat the regular rates tireateV advantages are being otter ed each year Since a high school education caa be obtained In this way It la certainly a fcreat inducement to all who can to take advantage of It Miss Ether Hilton of this county a graduate of C4tdpbell Hagerman Col lege Lexington was elected to the vacant teachers place this week Sho is said to be very well qualified for the place J Ml Salem Mr II ft Floyd has gone to Shelby vlllo Ind to take treatment Mrs Nora Barnes who has been the guest of Mrs N McCarty will return to her home at Knoxville Tenn this weekMiss Arnold Engleman who has been visiting her brother Mr Matt Engleman and also Miss Mattlo Floyd returned to her home in Danville last weekMiss Mattle M Floyd attended the Baptist Assoclatton at EllIaburg last week Quito a number of our people will attend the association at Hustonvllle this week Bro Jones pastor of the Huston vllle Baptist church will preach for Is next Sunday Everybody Invited ITCHING ECZEMA WASHED AWAY Is Io worth S3 cents to you to stop that awful agonizing itch Surely yen will spend 25 cents OU your druggists recommendation to cool and heal and soothe that terrible Itching erupttea By Arrangement with the D 0 D labraorie of Chicago we aro able te make a special otter of a 25 teat bottle of their oil of wlntergreen compound knows as D D D prescrlfb Jieiu pall or write or telephone to Sbugars Tanner We absolutely know that the Itch Is stopped at once by n D D prescription and the cures all seem to be perraaneat SOMERSET FAIR Auk 3031 Sept 17 Round trip tickets via Queen Crescent Route will be sold Aug 30 31 Sept X aad 3 god returning un Iii Sept 3 1910 The round trip rate from Junction City to Somerset for this occaMo Ia4145 s I al 4 41J = Coming This Way LOUISVILLE AUTO CLUBS RUN ROUTED THRO LINCOLN In making up the route fr Us cn durance and reliability run tho Louiu vllle Auto Club Included considerable of Lincoln county in Its second days Itinerary Its official schedule says of the route and conditions of the roads Tho total length of the tour will be 440 miles and will require two UU n half days Harrodsburg has bflien lti lected as tho first night contrad the motorists are scheduled te1 a distance of 148 miles with U jj coin Farm as the noon stop rrtcodd days tour wlllend at WIiJl s ter where the travelers will spend the night at tna Drown Proctorta Hbtel 4 The second days schedule says Harrodsburg to Danville good maca data via Durgin Manville to Stanif3rdytlne macadam Stanford to Crab Orchard good macadam Crab Orchard to Lancaster good macadam Lancaster to Richmondgood macadam Richmond for dinner Richmond to Lexington extra fine- rRowlandif Mrs Myrtle Collierwho tins been visiting her parents Mr and Mts J b Dolaney returned to her home at Bedford Ind Sunday At tho meeting ot the Board of Edu cation J T Mundy was appointed chairman and W C Camden Secre tary for the first division of public schools of this county Mr W C Camden has the place as general manager of Land and Buc jianans grocery and soft drink stand hereMr John Dennis who has been manager informs his that he will go In business at Bryantsvllle Mr T D Martin stuck a nail In hisI foul Sunday and is giving him some trouble Rev Tl M Worker will preach at our church Sunday at 3 e MI4 A Hurst and Sidney Jennings tiara Just returned from the Law renceburg fair where they had a good aloe CHURCH ITEMS Rev Younan the Armenian v preach at the Hustonville Christian church Sunday The revival services ate continuing at the Christian church with very able sermons by Dr Morrow Many people from otanford and this end of the county attended the South District Baptist Association at Hustonvllle this week James T Wilson of Harrodsburg was reelected moderator for the third term while Edward H Fox of Danville was chosen secretary forthe 15th comer utive year Stanford was selected as the place for the next annual meeting next year HERES TOUGH LUCK Danville Advocate Mr Harvey Merrlman who resides the farm of Mr M J Farris near town on the PerryvlIIe pike has been having a streak of bad Muck Sometime ago while building a barn he attempted to hoist a twentyfoot post The post fell and struck Mr Merrl man on the leg breaking the bono He recovered In a short time and resumed work While doing some carpentry work on the same building ho fell from the scaffolding and broke hU leg agnate That was six weeks ago ant he began walking on the broken limb some days ago ester day afternoon as he was stepping Into his t front door he slipped nnd fell and the bone was again broken He will be confined In bed for sometime PICNIC AND DANCE A grand picnic and platform dance will by given on Saturday Aus 27 lit Knells Woods at MUUdgeville This wilt be an old faaaton dance and picnic GoodmuBlc Plenty to eat Ice cream and cool drinks guar aateieA to be on the grounds Boys brluiryour girls and cease Police protection guaranteed Admission free Win Caddie Mgr TO THE PUBLIC Having suffered loss to my dweU ing by the and being Insured with Jesse D Wearen the insurance plan Stanford Ky It Is with pleasure that I recommend the above Jesse- D Wearen to the Insuring public for his prompt attention and liberal sqt tlemont of my loss Signed C 0 Terry f fi iw 01lr r WHERE TEACHERS Will I w jI BE LOCATED THIS TERM 2 If- i LIST OF LINCOLN COUNTY PEDAt i GOGUES AND THEIR LOCATIONS IHIS FAR 1J 1theassignments The list Is as follows Francis North Hustonvllle Nell Ellis Moreland J Fannie Hatfleld Stanfordf tslla 1ettus Llzzlo Pettus Preachersville Kate L Wells Crab Orchard 11 Neltlo Bogie Hustonvllle Lula Earls Hustonvllle yViola Brady Stanford Herbert Reynolds Eubanks tiI 1 C eo T Bourne Lancaster Walter Singleton i diVirgil McMullln EufanlistT D Lay Waynesburg T J Zora Baugh Waynesburg J Sarah Greer Waynesburg Hobert Burnett Stanford l Ophla Warren Crab OrchardrMorris Thompson Stanford I Voile Singleton Stanford Mru J Hubbard Stanford SEI Howard Crab Orchard Mr Dollle McBee Stanford f Ms II D Phillips Stanford iae Newland Stanford I J W Ireland Stanford I Clara Carter Stanford of o Margaret Hopper Stanford Lena Palmer StanfordQAnnie McKlnney Stanford i Francis Adams Stanford I l aKateLula Cochran Hustonville Macula Ynncle Huetonvllle Prof HrC Wilson Crab Orchard Bessie Hocker Crab Orchard firs Margaret Spitler Crab Orchard 4 Prof J S Flanagan Kings Mountain A H LOng Kings Mountain r Rattle Lipps Hustonville Mrs Stella Montgomery McKinney Julia Williams Eulwnks fCrusMrs Caleb Newell Waynesburg i Elsie Singleton Waynesburg j Ethel Wilson Crab Orchard Curtis Wilson Crab Orchard Bertha Lucas Crab Orchard jELanham lWustonfille bWj I J E Bennett Kin iMountain Cornelius Floyd W7a ie bUrg t K G Martin Huatoavjlle i- Caleb Newell Waynesburg I Roscoe Wheeldon Crab Orchard Dente Gooch Waynesburg I Julia Damron Hustonvllle E G Gilllland Kings Mountain I tFannie fEffieAgnes L McCora Morelnd i Della Godby Stanford i 1 E O Gooch Crab Orchard Maud Brown Waynesburg j V C Ollllland Kings Mountain I r Ethel Adams Eubanks J Annie Holtzclaw Preachersyillel Harvy Hopkins Ruby Carrell Stanford I Mary Wilson Crab Orchard 1 to Blue lick We are enjoying the much needed rain which done much good to corn und tobacco The picnic given by the Sunday School last Saturday was well attend ed and about 25 was rolsed ror thuinew church Everybody had a time and splendid order t Everyone who wishes to contribute far the new church can do so by calling on Miss Mary Stringer or A Y Daugherty Any sum will be ap preciated t Mr and Mrs Oble Bolton ot Lan caster have been visiting Mrs Eliza Daugherty of this placoI Attired at the home of Mr and Mrs J W Solders on the 19th a 5pound democrat Mother and baby are doing well and the lather doing ae welt as could bo expected Tobacco harvesting has commenced In this neck of the woods CINCINNATI LIVESTOCK Aug20CattleRec- elpts ClnclnnaU 847 market steady and quiet fair to good shippers 67 common U375 Hogs Receipts 2735 mar a ket 5Q10C higher butchers and ship per UOUO Hgut I875925 SheepRecelpta 3537 market steady 17544 iambs market steadY 375 6CO U Y tWi Jlts 4xa += j II = C o PATWOa TUB INTERIOR JOURNAL FRIDAY AUGUST 28 1910 t Complete Dispersal S 1 Je 1 1oJ IVVVOf TheF if s Finest Herd of Mules And I i Brood Mares In Cen- KentuckytiJj i- tral K 130 MULES AND BROOD MARES 130V Having Sold My Home Farm And Deciding to Change My Business I Will Sell Publicly On iojBeginningRailroad Station on Somerset street Stanford Ky the following property tow it J ONE JACK NAMED SAMSONSix Years Old sired by Bill Goebel he by the great Joe Blackburn that sold for 1825 Samson is the CHAMPION MULE JACK OF j KENTUCKY his colts having won more premiums at the Kentucky State Fair the Blue Grass Fair and several Central Kentucky Fairs n 08 and 09 than any other jacks colts as well Asat the Lancaster Danville Harrodsburg Lexington Lawrcnccburgand PcrryvHk ij Fairs this year the only fairs at whichtheyTjave been shown to date This Jack Will be Sold at 1 oclock SHARPI v 70 I7IE S 7o workincludingTwenty of the above are show mules IHave Won 175 Premiums in0800 and 10 to date which is more than any other breeder or dealer in this State can say All the mules I won the premiums on except three I sold last fall are in this Sale 60 IROOD MARES Inil ii Jacks Party ft My Grnt Miili Jaek SaiiM 10 3 2YEAROLDS 12 DRAFT STOCK WEIGHT ABOUT 1100 LBS 6 4YEAR OLDS 12 DRAFT STOCK WEIGHT FROM 1100 to 1200 LSSer 20 5YEAROLDS 14 to 12 DRAFT STOCK WEIGHT FROM 1100 TO 1400 LSS 10 6VYEAROLDS 14 to 12 DRAFT STOCK WEIGHT FROM 1100 to 1500 LSS 117 L10YEAR OLDS 14 to 12 Draft STOCK WEIGHT FROM 1100 to 1600 LBS 10 SMOOTH MOUTHED 14 to 12 DRAFT STOCK WEIGHT FROM iuo to 1GOO LBS MOST OF THESE MARES ARE WELL BROKEN TO WORK ANYWHERE AND ABOUT ONEHALF HAVE COLTS THIS YEAR THAT WILL MISSOURIi t A FEWGOfD HASNEVERBONE AND WEIGHT AND 90 PER CENT OF THE SHOW MULES ARE OUT OF SUCH MARES i vH SIX CHOICE SHETLAND PONIES A FEW FARMING IMPLEMENTS HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNHURE INCLUDING SOME r f HANDSOME ANTIQUE FURNITURETH JV WILL BE AN ABSOLUTE CLOSING OUT SALE OF MY MULES BROODMARES ETC WILLHAVE CONVEYANCES MEET ALL TRAINS ON SALE bAY DINNER WILL BE SERVED AT THEHOUSETO ALL J Yf I ERMSAII sums of 10 and under cash In hand over 10 a credlCo4monthe with 6 per cent Interest from datqofsaie Vurchaseraiv V iJInfl a bankable note M r r AUCTIONEERSI M DUNN and T D ENGLISHrt i LyjH 4 x 4Jr H Baughman fIrfl IJ ifc v I7 3 VV f Stanford Kv v 4 rt + Hon W H nSKanK s will havo his bio closing out sale of mull mare sric at Sti nfortf5tjitrTs5 r j tlRtDAYAUQU91 i X Y C 1110IIEINTERIOR JOOJUfAUPAa 7n r BIG SALE I will offer for sale at auction at my farm between the Crab Orchard and Somerset turnpikes one mile from Rowland and two miles from Stanford on Tuesday September 6 1910 7 Head of Mules Horses JOCKS jennets 1 Mature Jack good breeder 2 Yearling Jacks good size and well marked and well bred 10 Jennets of good breeding and in foal to good jacks 1 Suckling horse colt out of a Pence mare and by The Warfield 1 Suckling horse colt out ofGolddust mare and by Ashland Brook 1 Short yearling horse colt out of draft mare by a son of Pence 1 Yearling horse colt out oftrottingbred mare by Beau Naboth 1 Yearling horse colt out of trottingbred mareby George Hur 1 Yearling horse colt out of draft mare by thoroughbred stallion 1 Yearling filly out of draft mare by a son Gambetta Wilkes V 1 Yearling filly out of Preston mare by Beau Naboth 1 Yearling filly out ofDorsey Golddust mare by Ashland Brook 1 Yearling filly out of thoroughbred mare bs Chester Peavine 1 Yearling filly out of Marion Squirrel mare by Chester Peavine 1 twoyearold trotting bred mare by Beau Nabotharj b L a v MULES r OJ i 1 Suckling mare mule colt 8 Yearling mules 38 twoyearold mules 5 threeyearold mules 1 fouryearold mule- CATTLE T II o 0 ct i If not sold before I will also offer 40 good 1100pound feeders 20 good 900pound feeders and 20 head other cattle ofdifferent weight HOGS SeptemberTERMS10 or a go I note due in six months bearing 6 per cent interest ti 9 Sale will be held rain or shine Dinner served on the grounds 4 Col J P Chandler Auctioneer J Wo H SHANKSStanfordfy i J H Baughmnn vill have his closing out ealeof brood mares mukfl Etcj Wednesday Sept 7 r SL t Or W 11 = A S 1 1 JOURIiALiwr fi FRIDAY AUGUST 26 1910 AR 4NJWIOX I FRIDAY AUGUST 56 1910 I TILE INTERIOR JOURNAL Established 1872 VBRY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY At U Per Year In Advance HELTON SAUFUEY eo Publlshflr Entered at the Post Office at stan lord Kras Second Class mall W P Walton writing In the Lcxli ton Herald has this which will be good news to many of us water drinkers who have had drummed into us by anxious mothers from early childhood the manifold dangers atten nnt upon drinking water at meals One by one the old superstitions of the medical proCessIon are getting knocked out It has long been one of its strongest tenets that to drink water with meals was to defy natural F health laws and court that most ago eravating of diseases lyspepsla De t llevlng impllclty In the prppoeltlo many a man has almost choked to death la his effort to choke down a J dry morsel of food eschewing water as poison But such timeworn and untenable destroyers of the pleasuri of eating like that which used to prohibit a typhoid patient from dHnkii anything but warm water as he lay burning up with fevered thirst are making way tor saner practice The Journal of Experimental Research published under the auspices of the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research says the faculty finds from experimentation that water Is not omy good for the digestion taken during meals but is an actual promoter of health and happiness Ono of the subjects given a quart of watt at each meal gained a pound of flcsi a day the experiment showing that the stomach Instead of refusing w f work because of the great quantit of water multiplied the gastric Juices and increased the secretion Instead of under the old belief that water Is Injurious when taken with meals the Rockefellers doctors word for It- t and eat drink an be merry using Adams ale to any extent without feat of unpleasant results The world Is moving and medical science Is gel ting into the procession Were afraid our esteemed Atlanta correspondent is a much better grocer than political prognosticator In the democratic primaries in Georgia this week farmer Coy Hoke won for governor over the in Ir13mitb Joseph M Brown Smiths popular majority in the State was ap proxlmattly 4000 Two years age Brown whom Gov Smith had removed as chairman of the State Rallroai Commission defeated Smith for reelection by a popular majority of more than 10000 his former campaign Gov Brown IliIn it plain that he did not intend 1toenforce the Statewide prohibition laws of Georgia and after two years of this policy the people of tho State have decided to go back to the poll cies which resulted In the State got ing dry Cannonlsm played an Important part in the Georgia congressional pri maries and brought about the defeat ot Leonidas F Livingston and WII liam M Howard in point of service the oldest members of the Georgia delegation In the National House of Representatives The fight against i Livingston and Howard was in each case based upon the Representatives alleged desertion of the democratic party during the special tariff session of Congress whEn the bolt of 23 demo crats camo on the famous Fitzgerald motion Just another straw showing that the people wont btand for Can non and his methods or those who are caught in his company And it Is rIghtWITH LIFE AND POLICY SAVED You can make a new start after the fire Without the policy what a hopeless and dreary outlook would bo Sours Dont risk It Have us Insure you today so that if fire come tonight as it may you will not wake up to- morrOW a ruined man Fish Penninglon Stanford Ky Phone200 1roand water meet covered pent e- I STANFORD KY Wea180 do a 1- iT It 1J WHY 80 WEAK Kidney Trouble May be Sapping You Life Away Stanford People Have Learned This Fact When a healthy man or woman because without apparent becomes weak languid depressed suffers backache headache dlzz spellir and urinary disorders kIdney weakness may be the cause ot it aU Keep the kidneys well and they wilt keep you well Deans Kidney PH cure sick kidneys and keep them well lan Stanford radon demand further proof than the following statement Mrs T S Elkin New Danvlll Pike Lancaster Ky says I feel very grateful to Doans Kidney Pills for tho benefit they brought me My back was very lame and then was a constant pain In my back Deans Kidney Pills went at once to the root of my trouble and entirely relieved me I have not the slightest hesitation In recommending Deans KIdny Pills as 1 know they live up to all the claims made for them For sale by all dealers Price 50 FosterMllburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the Unites States Remember the name Doansand take no other A Brief Tribute The death of Jude M C Saifle11 was a loss tti the Judlclarylnn to th Commonwealth His brilliant caw ont the State and Federal Bench Is well known Mid having admired sin for years I only desire to testily tl those superior traits and qualifies tlons which gave him eminence and which were in demand and valuable I like gold and precious jewels bect jso rare lIe was free from guile and deceit treachery and prejudice possessed ot- a rich store of legal knowledge U gether with scientific and general In donation which was always imparted in a clear and concise manner In rendering his opinions and judgments he manifested no inordinate desire run wealth or distinction and spurned the overtures of the flatterer and the applause of the public With courage of a Caesar the eloquence of a Webster or Calhoun and the logic and dis eminent ot Jetterson or Clay be was led by pure impulses and enabling natives and was never happier than when his conduct was approved by hl8 own enlightened conscience Vhen considered with those who op osed his Ideals be was as a rushing anent compared with a stagnant pool or the light of the sun compared with a twinkle of a distant star Th language ofjjJHoly Writ Know ye not that there a prince and great tan fallen this day in Israel1 would apply with a change of time and place His freedom from factional alll 8noo his fidelity to hIs friends and t1ls manner of dispensing justice to- rIch nnd poor friend and foe alike endeared him to the people Hence the arrow over his passing away Is not confIned to relatives but the people throughout the country feel keenly the loss as he guarded their Interests garnet the thrusts of designing and unscrupulous Individuals and factions that seek gain and distinction event the sacrifice of the general welfare The truth of this assertion is mani Cest Official corruption is the bane of our country and it exists under the- guise of honest intention Let us cultivate those sterling traits of character and high Ideals whIch made him famous M D HUGHES YOUCAN BUY Your coal cheaper right now than any time in the year Let us fill yourv bins withour F 0 X 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 tINE Take 10 Nunnelleys New Stock Yards He bupand sel s in tbe year except Sunday Bring on your stock Beet market in the Btate With plenty of utside of Louisville = or Lexington ineral hitch and feed buaneee 1 Skin Affections i WHETHER ON INFANT 011 GROWN PEftONCUIEDBYIZEMO AND ZEMO SOAP An Unusual OfferITho man at the drug store says to every person be it mean woman or child who has an Irritated tender or Itching skin to come to our store I1nQI procure a bottle of ZEMO and a cake of ZEMO soap nnd if you are notI entirely satisfied with the results come back and get your money So confident are we ot the efficacy ot this clean simple treatment that we make you this usual offer ZtiMO is a clear liquid for external use that has cured se many eases of eCZema pimples dandruff and other forms ot skin eruption ZEMO and ZEMO soap are the most economical as well as the cleanest and most ef fective treatment for affections 01 the skin or scalp whether on infant or grown person Pcnnys Drug Store Moreland Little Flora Dressier daughter of Mr and Mrs Dreasler aged 12 years died of typhoid fever last Thursday Mrs N J Cone baa returned Iron a visit In Central Ohio Nr Robert Ford sojdabitaclrol feeding steers to W H LUlardr at Danville at 5c perpound Miss Ethel Cone and II IBS LJriU Evans attended the Perryvllle fair The ball game between Moreland and Hustonville resulted In 10 scores for Moreland and 3 for Hustonvllle Mr and Mrs Benlce Goverof Som erset are visiting their son R L Gov erhereMr P Mayfteld deputy counsel MOrelanljCamp this place will attend the Somerset fair In abody September 1 and will have an old fahsion barbecue on the grounds and at night retire to the hall find Initiate 50 candidates Into Mod ern Woodmen ot America Mr Wm Newell sold his farm of about ICO acres fOr 1100 an acre It Is known as the Joe Coffee farm Hows This w tI Oni nrwu for litowMatH ot caturb a cured by 11111 untt Cun F J CHENEY CO ToWo 0 btotorCIWIclallJaWAUDO KUMAK k MumWbolmle Dnitcuu Toledo Ot artmetirectIy petbaneTaU Hall limn run or cocftljaUoa E Muttut Tbtts where proDU la tbftllt fUtng bat you cannot get proan anlas you keep your ealmJ 11M from worto will ponttlTtlr dMa out the worms not oolr In Jour bp but In step otter Tta wonder work Mid expel errsclinIC ltest aarvl is woD 3erftil tonic and coo diuooer It cotti bat 112 ol a cent a per bead to teed CleT Un JO g I SafVet Is wirer ar I CALClTE IN PULASKI t 0 The of calclt In largo quantities on a larm just seven miles west ot Somerset has caused con slderable excitement there and steps have already been taken looking to the formation ot a for the of the mlno The Stnt Station haa assayed the quartz and It PH per cent pure CAlcite It Is located In halt a mile of the proposed railroad which is now being promoted Fertilizer rock has also been discovered near this mine but no official assay has been made of It yet Master Joseph t launch of Semen set Is the guest ot Mr and Mrs W Logan Wood on Maple avenue Mr T W Walker of McKinney has beer spending several days with his broth nr Mr RW Walker on Fifth nven UQ Danvlllo Advocate COLORED COLUMN Harry Reporter Lincoln county fared well at the Danville colored fair William Owa ley who showed the McCarty string snowed seven times and got six blue ties Czar Janaln o got three blue tiesqutaof five shows nuforu Ellis uln1le la ben ou business Oeo B Harris Is attend Ing the Harrodsburg fair Mr and Mrs Nelson Woods who have lived U have moved to town and are living in Frank Adkins house ot Hustonville street Preaching at the Baptist church every Sunday Sunday school at t A M Morning services 11 A M Educational meeting at ft P AL nIght services at 7 P M Rev A L Caulder pastor Misses Minnie D and Lizzie Bailey went over to to attend the fair yesterday Rev F M Turner of Lexington will preach at the A M H church Sunday Mrs Mattie Lewis went up to Richmond Monday to see her sis ter Airs Mary Alice Moore who Is on the sick list Mrs Harroy Logan went up to Crab Orchard to spend a week with her sister Mrs Geo Tuck er Mr Frank Peyton of Indlanap oils came home Sunday night to spend two or three weeks with his parents Mr and Mrs Alex Pdyton MYs Henry Saulter Is visiting her brother Jesse Myers In Lancaster this week Barnes Williams returned to Sunday after a weeks visit to his relatives and friends Miss Katie Hayncs arrived Saturday night to spend a few weeks with her sister Mrs Harriett Salter and oth frontLexingtonhas been working for the tat three months with his mind made up to re main In Gods country the rest of uls lays We Have This Season n The Hoosier Drill U With All tha Latest Improvements 1 We can make it to your sS interestto Sim upe 1 1 careMereLambeMars ar 5ALIiVET a13mylonoarpiece iDffrtmedrwllldeoiroy andNlmbateereryouaceoftoed s temuufaetaredbythe6It Pence Bros DfSCOVEREb jfllBcovjprjr company development Experiment pronounced dus Huaftouvllle Uonneyvllle Harrodiburg Indianapolis U Ytook Repays Caro peelallyten hard cash Keep Hogsinworraa by feeding I 5M VET I This wonder working medicated salt Is easy to costs but little puta the animals stomachs and intestines in perfect condition so that every particle o food Is dl gested assimilated SafVet positivelyAIt U nurafectored br S B FeIleo CleveloadOhioe StanordKentucky 4 r- Are WALK OVER SHOES + tJ I 1 AiI- to daythe most extensively ad I vertised footwear in the world A pret ty big statement but it is true Manurcfactured in every leather used in footasv wear and in almost every style conceiv r 1 able at 350 4 450 and 5 theIIIpair We believe them to be the best wearing and best looking mans shoeC1Al made todayrtIM H J McRoberts 111 ItI- ff g- tNN b at m aEEEBEEkii tQteIce Cream Sola Water a PopatohlJUIce Ii ale mIN1 PENNYS DRUG STORE m tdStanrold Kentucky m BBB BBBBBB BPJrn I LeDeazley Co I UndertaKers and Embalm en Also Dealers in Far sitars Mat d They wll exchange Furniture for ill Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Pricea Right STANFORD KENTUCKY Harry Jacobs healer in and Manufacturer ol Marble and Granite Monuments Markers and Poiti Cemetery and Lnwo MeKIaleJ C McClary Undertaker and Embalmer STANfORD1 KY laN Chsse0f = RoasjPhoae b p W pe TRIBBLE Furniture and Undertaking 28rStanford Rentue yICONCRETING We are to do nil kinds of con t- uerotlng suchas lllock nd In fpce we can WorkiJaymenU bOlae down to a lenee poll We can eeTon promptly and guarantee Aritolaie pricesbeforePHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky f When Hungry t OOTO Oanoni Restaurant Lancaster rHlanfordMeals served at all hours up to liar k Bet place In wnfJor a good QuIck j meal ooktog to suit our coitomerionr specialty Splendid JOrocerluRot OotTee Bandwlehei pies Butter milk and weet milk etc at all times WeA CARSON Prop B D CARTER New Liven Depot t4PhoneTANFOMD KENTUCKY Lp FRIDAY eIUOgSJ 26 i8t0 TIE INTERIOR JOUMNAfc PJ11DAY AUGUST 26 1910 o tt i 3 r1The Styles 4 Arc the newest New YorkcrcatJonsI 1 The Coats are the New 32 to 34 inch i The Skirts pleated from the knee down Pices range from 1050 to 3250 11 Come and look I i Ii SEVERANCE SON Stanford Kentucky is a new Use of 25c box pa fI1Jere values at Pennys Drug 1 PERSONALS 1 Mr J II Daughman made a bust ness trip to London on Wednesday fc Mrs 8 P Btagg of Lextni 4 the guest of friends here I jtfjM Kit Jlutfman Is visiting Mm Jlle Carpenter ID Crab Orchard Mendej froB hla serious Illness with typhoid ever Lexington Herald Miss Prill Newburn of HuBtonvllle4 and Miss EllzabeU Adams of Green Texas hava returned from a iTllle to Mrs Rodman Keenon In liar Mla Leila Wheeler of Nashville and MIs Annabel Wheeler of Mays vllle are guests of the family of Mr Charles Wheeler at Hustonvlllo Mrs logan WooJa haa been the 10- I cent guest of her sister Mrs J M Mount In Lancaster Mrs Jean Wur I ren and daughter Miss Lctltla War ret visited relatives In Harrodsburg MCllenlort grlov- eked this week to learn of the critical lllB sa of Mrs Luther Given In Hnr rodsburg Mr and Mrs Owens mor rd from Lincoln county to Hatreds burg a number of years ago Both are natives of thls county Mr C It Coleman returned to rinevllle on Wednesday after a short visit to hU family here Miss Fannie Sparks was here be twum trains Wednesday en route to her homoln Mt Vernon from- Danville Mr n W H6ckor of Kansas City end children Misses Lucy Sarah and Margaret arriki d Thursday to make a visit to his brother Mr J H Hock cr and family Miss Mlnulo Slrnub went to In clnnatl on Thursday to buy hr fall wllllnory Miss nom Strauli will nook her there having just roturnud from Abroad I Miss Mary Dunn of Dnnvillo Is the guest of Mrs J W Baughmrtn Miss Belle Root of Danvillo is the guest of Mrs J C Mays Mr and Mrs James Mcncfee left this morning for Crab Orchard where they will spend a week Danville Advocate Mr George Hopper Is back from a visit to FerryviHe Mr Joe H White of Dallas Texas is here on a visit to friends and rela tives + rN t Miss Elizabeth Bailee entertained with a porch dance lost evening in honor of Mlks Virginia Portwood of Lexington and Miss Francis Sparks of Mt Vernon About 15 couples were present Delightful refresh ments were served Miss Ruth Allen Is visiting In Stanford and Huston mile Mrs Edwin P Morrow and won Charles Miss Stella May and Attornoy lien Waddle are at Crab Orchard Springs Somerset Times The following ladles from hero at tended the Baptist Association at Ilustonvlo on Tuesday Mcsdatucs Jesse Wearen Mary Penny A C Al ford K J Drown A P Hunn j S Illco Mary Dllllon and Misses Marie Moliony and Llzile Davlson Mrs Ulackerby who Is vlsiUng her sister Mrs Will Bright underwent u slight operaUon on Tuesday and much to the delight of her many friends Is doing nicely Miss Elizabeth McDearmon who has been the charming guest of Miss Berta Jean Penny has returned to her home In St Louts Mo Misses Kate Denton and Harriett Upplngton have returned to their home In Lexington after a visit to Mini Minnie Woods Misses Linda MilUr and Dora Btrnub have landed In New York after a three months trip abroad They are expected home In a few days Misses Edna and Halllo Llpps of Hustonvlllo have gone to Baltimore where they will study the latest crea lions In millinery before taking poll Bone as trimmers t1 s I fZQE l uunuuttnttttt- r TYLES letter dan t ever Factory equi ed with new machinery throughout All metA ods omanufacturing improved 5Ostyle in direct proportion value too Smart Stylish and Flex- iblet to the last degree The new fmodels on display today Youre I cordially invited to inspect t1aemc lP Cummins Wearen r I STANFORD KENTUCKY 9 t This store is the home of Hart Schaffner Marx clothes 4 jying of New Fall Tailored Suits One thing that will strike you above any other feature of these is the Elegant Workmanship rOOdS goodsl city rent ed rooms from Mrs Sue Yoager on tothemAldrldgoCWednesday evening for Kansas City Mrs Fred uichenberger wuo has been 111 Is Bomownat + better Mr Sam Robineonee been sick for several days Mrs Mary Dunn and Miss Mary Elizabeth Watts of Louisville have returned homo after a visit to Misses Muttle and Settle Paxton Miss Hattie Jean OBannon of Dallas Texas Is the attractive guest of Miss Roberta OHannon- Mjss J nnlo and Mr Warren hock er have returned from a delightful tlsil to relatives In Missouri and oth er points In the west Mr and Mrs Jerry Smith and family of Jelllco Tenn have returned to their homo after a visit to Mrs K U McKinney at McKIn ney Miss Prill Newburn and Frances Adams of llustonvillu weru Kuents this week of Mss Annlo McKinney Tcrrlll Witturi who has been III 1lh fyphold fever at his homo In the MX river rtction it mucb laipnived John II Shanks lelt last night for Columbus Oa where he will be oa gaged In the plate and stock buying and handling business Ills wife will join him a i itle later Mr and Mrs Garfield Hunt of U e Ilubbleactlbn are receiving congratulation upon the arrival of a tine boy In their home The friends of Mr and Mrs Sam Lake are extending congratulations upon the arrival ot a beautiful littu daughter In their home Miss Leltlo May Mclobertst of Lancaster Visited Mrs HJ 1olcn bo crts hero flits week Mr and + rs James T Menefoo of Danville are here with his parent Mr and Mrs J N Menefee Mr and Mrs Bailey Hill and Mr and Mrs t jl NNcaren attended the Nuptial Association at Hustonvllle on Wednesday Tho Current Events Club was do lightfully entertained by Miss Paulo Hooker on last Thursday afternoon at her houo on Somerset street About twelve or fourteen members were present and the subject for the afternoon Worlds Workers The principal paper was roast by Mre Will Grimes and was much appreciat ed Tho subject for tho next meet Ing will bo Book Reviews Delightful refreshments wero served and they adjourned till tho next meeting which will bo with Mrs P 1t Mc Roberts Congressman Harvey Helm was In Sholbyville this week attending the fair and giving his constlts the glad hand Mrs Jennlo Ely of Stanford Is spending several days with Mrs Mar vin II Adams Danville Advocate Miss Cynthia Doll of CorbIn v the guest of Miss Louella White Mrs William Moreland of Lex ington Istho guest of her daughter Mrs W C Shanks Mr Sam Hurti is here from his homo at Tuscalc sn Ala tho guest of Ills mother Mrs Mary lurch Misses Elizabeth Tharp and Katie Cass of Urodlicad and Miss Eliza beth Vermllllon of Danvillo are vis lUng Mlos Ada Wesley through tho fair Liberty News Tl1y1lorgrandparents Mr and Mrs J M Th ford Liberty News Miss Berta Jean Penny has gone to Urayavllle Tenn to visit her Uncle Mr James M Saufley and wife Miss Frances Tomlinson of Oar rard was a guest last week of Mi Will Baker Misses Marion Thornton and Elizabeth Ball are visiting Miss lieanorTevis of Shelby CitrVersallies Bun Mrs JSRlce entertained informally but delightfully at cards bn Thursday afternoon In honor of her guest Mrs W S Sheridan of Louis ville The home WAS attractive with cut flowers and potted ferns After the game which was a very enjoy able one nnlIce course was daintily served being In pink and white Miss Susan Fisher Woods having the highest score won tho first prize a dainty handpainted fan and the booby was won by the guest Mrs Sheridan and was a pretty band painted plato Among the guests wve Mesdames J W Alcorn K P Woods Annie En gleinan Nannie Woods Kitchen J N Saunders J K Holdam of Crab Orchard W M Morris of Oklahoma S D Bartlett Bettle Bush J W Ireland G G Perry S 11 Sauftey E J Drown J F Cummins Carroll Shanks T A Rice and Misses Sotto Alcorn Kate Alcorn Pat Alcorn Lu cle Cooper Clara Cooper Frances Cooper Suo Rout Mary Bruce Sue Woods Sue Taylor Engleman Short local News Lost ladles coat on Lancaster pike Return to this office and receive re ward + For Salo3000 bushels of large on ions Thompson Bros Kings Moun Lain Ky 484 A new supply of table Ware at the Country Store I I glassesInturn to this office A nice line wagon nod buggy whips at the Country Store A new llfplw of dollar watches at I the Country torol e j for Sale The houToAon East Main street known as the Pennington place Apply to T W Pennlngton For ItenU Four room cottage on Darst Street Sjc J C lFJorenco at Post office 522 weIghti5return to stove Rice theDanville Stan1trd thatheson would appoint him to fill out the vacancy In the circuit Judgeship oc ofJudtetent man for the exalted position and IB a brother of Mr W B McRoberts of this city TOOK ALL HIS MONEY Often all a man earns goes to doc nch Liver or Kidney troublo that Dr tors or for medicines to cure a atom ach Liver or Kidney trouble that Dr Kisss New LUll Pills would qulcki cure at slight cost Best for Dyspepsia Indigestion Biliousness Constl patlon Jaundice Malaria and Debility 25c at Pennys Drug Store h OO W WW O OGOO j Tobacco Savers I gIbought and used 20 of the Dixon Tobacco Savers in 1907 from my experience with them in two seasons I feel that I- can o not oflbrd to try to raise tobacco without them The tobae co can bo hauled to the barn as soon as cut and all danger of house burn ia eliminated They economize space at least one fonrth call bo put in the barns The worms drop off The to bocco cures much brighter in color and so commands n much higher priceNT ARMSTRONG President County Warehouse Co CI- Ej Georgetown Ky Juno 20 1900 Q For Sale By weH HIGGINS STOP IN AND SEE IF HE HASNTSOMETHING YOU WANT s Stanford Kentucky 000 bI tI The Material tThey come in the new Wale Serge and BasketWeavesalso Dt t Broadcloths The colors are Black NayYr Brown Plum Green Grey and Leather Prices range from 1650 to 3260 Jr i Come and Lookr V I LI1 a o ILostIIOX of Iribh crochet left on Eastbound train last week steward for return to Mrs W II Wearen The six shares of First NatlMJal Bank stock advertised In the Inter for Journal were sold to W H Brady at fl60 a share This stock Is a gilt edged Investment Mrs + Starks Glasscock died at her Lome In Shelby City this week after an illness of several days of typhoid fever She was a most excellent lady and was about 65 years of age Deceased Is survived by her husband and one daughter Mrs Nimrod Sink horn of Cincinnati FROM SICKNESS TO EXCELLENT HEALTH So says Mrs Chins Lyon Peoria Ill I found In your Foley Kidney Pills a prompt and speedy cure for back ache and Kidney trouble which both ered me for miter I months I am now enjoying excellent health wmch I owe to Foleys Kidney Pills Shugars and Tanner opeaIforhave for sale retail or wholesale the i T 4 remainder of my stuck of hardware ekis+ D Hopper 5L7 i t For rentmy home ccmtat ing of four rooms good porch andsll tt necessary out buildings 4 acre of r land in connection t Mrs O A Ucritr fiRowland KytTheN have beengreatmany Kp sales in this section lately but toro 1 has been none In recent years iaiu ihas been the equal of the two b14 dispersal sales which wilt be he1C here on September 6 and 7 Read th y= IbodyRegulates your stomach kidneys and f liver Thats what Hamsters Rocky si ountaln tea will do 35c tea or tab Ii lets Sbugars and Taiiner The tax booksgIor 1910 are now ready Settle now and avoid the ruahr and contusion of waiting until the loet day W L McCarty Sheriff Does not Color the Hair a Ingredient ot Ayer Hair Visor Svt hur Dtttror sera tn4 ffiUhU hair Curt rube i indautoacaIp Clyetrin SootWnt bulbic Food to the hilrbuJk s Qtilnln A IIroea Soak inUMrUc tttmubat 1 r it scalpGpdwm f SeCt Samafanttook Daaotic remedy of hld merit be Akhl SUmuUataDtiMtitk Water PerfumecShow this formula to your doctor Ask him If there Is a single Injurious rjtffcdfart n 9 Ask him Jf he thinks yerllI1fr Vigor as made from this formula Is the bat f tration you could ute for falling hair or for dandruff Let him decide He spews V 10 Am Ooxrurr Lowtll urr TIN riT CANS I I s 1 2 1 Ir 1 I r The Kind 4 You Want J t Ia For I Canning Tomatoes fo TV TV TV I W E PERKINS L ICRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY I isallrrlrls a w w IL R Hughes T W Humble W 0 Martin It tiM IitiWf WeTiavejustreceived very beautiful line of New Fall Ginghams Band trimming 1 and colored Embroidery to Ii match Also afull line ofblue r grass Madras in all colors Oal1 and see them before you buyaHUGHES MARTIN CQ 1 Dry Goods Notions Shoes L L 1STANFORD KENTUCKY I Ya 4 K rye d y 4 r PAGE SIX =NNRi L = i TJU6 INTERIOR JOURNAL FRIDAY ADQDBT M Jllf APpalachia1 ExpositionGr- eatest Ever Held In The South At Knoxville Tenn SEPTEMBER 12 TO OCTOBER 12 Magnificent and mammoth build tags More to see and amuse than ever offered at a Southern exposition 110000 In purses for running and trotting races 110000 in aerial exploitation by ma chines of Wright Brothers Stroebel and other aeranauts See tho air Ships 25000 In matchless fire works grand battle of the clouds and Pains Fall of Pompeii Alulballs famous wild west and 25 other shows of note Greatest bands in all America ADMISSION TO GROUNDS 50 CENTS IN DAY AFTER 6 P M 25 CENTS Remember These Special Dates Live stock and races Sept 1M r Night horse showSept 13 11 15 Bench ShowSept 22 23 24 Pigeon and pet stock show Sept 27 Oct 1 u Poultry showOct 512 Wright Brothers airship days Sept 2220 Stroebles dirigible baloon Ev- erydaySept 12 Oct 12 Pains fire works every evening 1 Sept 12 Oct 12 Battle of the clouds Sept 1924 Fall of Pompeii Sept 26 Octl Special rates every day and remarkably low railroad rates to Knox j ville and return on Tuesday and Thursday as follows l u Stanford 1350 Moreland J370 Junction City 370 See This Great Exposition W J OLIVER s President k FARM SALE AT AUCTION i As administrator of tho estate of D M Swope deceased I will on the premises about 2 12 miles west of Bryantsvllle OB the Fishers Ford road on WEDNESDAY AUG 31 1910 sell to the highest and best bidder the following property towit The fine Blue Grass farm of 252 acres locaed near Bryantsville The place is in a high state of cutlratlon r finely Improved well watered fenced and is a farm that has wellI tiny equals in tho Blue Grass r try This farm must be sold so the proceeds can be divided among the heirs The sale will begin prompt ly at 30n m Terms will be made I known on day of sale Also at the r same time and place tho following additional property will be sold at auc tion 6 shares of stock in he bank of Bryantsvllle 10 bead of sheep four steers 10 mulch cows 2 heifers one bayNfiveyearoldptbarrow wheat drill harrows plows I and numerous other farming Implements one rubber tire buggy one harness one piano and piano player antition AdmPnt tofD M Swope Deceased Cpl 1 21 Dunn Auctioneer y TURNPIKE CONTRACT The undersigned committee of the Lincoln county Fiscal court will on Aug 31st 1910 at 1 oclock p m open sealed bids for 50 rods of gravel or stone to be spread on tile Kings Moun tain and Duncan pike 10 rods to be spread beginning at John McKees line and ending where k the top dressing on said pike now ends at places to be designed by ther turnpike supervisor or by Squire J A Singleton and 40 rods to be spread c on tho bed rocks beginning at or near 1Mrs Sims farm this 40 rods to be tlgMlootProspective contractors will state in their bids whether the stone is to- I be crushed by hand or machine and v from what place or places tho stone Is to be gotten Crushed stono to be of a sIze that will go through a two Inch ring If tunnel rock Is to be used to be broken sufficient to gd through a three inch ring Slit will be received for gravel crashed stone or stone from tunnel r dUIIIPSIMl bids to be sent sealed to G B Cooper Clerk Stanford Ky J A Singleton and Wt S Burch Com suttee Commencing Aug 19 the Q C Railway will sell excursion tickets OB Fridays and faturlaysfor 10days to Spring City fer ARM SprlagL l i i c FaintHave ts week heart dir xy leeIj i i l bmtKiatf alter lBe UP Or do you perMNee over the heat ihertaeM el broth on feW bf k end the many distressing irmptemi wkMt i +Ty U circulation sad bad blood P A HArt t m hloodnil bodybuilder that hat steed she eaty- Over 40 years of cure it Dr Pjerce s601denMedicaDistovery redbloodnerves ia turn ere well fed The arteries ire hued debilityirritsbilitycome by th s alterative extract of medicinal root alcoholAsk takingDrexcessive tissue Waste in convalescence from fever or for rundown anemic thin blooded people and sane remedy and refute all lust Nothing A Base Ball Courtship They were seated In the parlor and the lights were burning dim He was a diamond hero she a Inn quite fair and trim But they knew note as he opened up the game by murmuring love That father was the umpire on the stairway Just above I I I love your tormhe murmured first with me youve made a hit Youve got the curves youve got the speed and you are looking fit Now U you wish my turtle dove 1 will make a hit likewise Wont you improve my single state and make a sacrifice t 4 1 r Ill never play too far off base be murmured in her ear My Salary Whip has got the stuff to put them over dear Just give the signal for a steal and Ill no longer roam And when I slide into the plate please call me safe at home 15 r4 Ive got to have the dope c mp1e the maiden softly sighed Show me your batting nvengoJHZfr Bradstreets Guide It takes a lot of speed these days with cunning and Intrigue To win a battle now and then with the Grocers League 4 But give errorless support his heart hero took a bound And let me live In Big League style and I may come around Uuwrap the tangle from the dope and you can cop tho bet Well play the double header pal on any date you set He started warming up at once and with a happy sigh He whipped a fast one around her seek the other was waist high But here the umpire butted 1nshe said Oh fattier please Dont call him out hes showing me the way they work the squeeze The old man gave an irate snort and said Ill help the By showing him another play thats called the Lit and lunIHe swung like Wagner at his beata soulInspiring The courting man slid down the steps the old man Win With Mosey IS SUGGESTION OF CONGRESSMAN HELMS OPPONENT Louisville Times LEwellEighthCongressional toturnmoneyyudiclouslymoved that the session of the State theUaltexecutive and the representatives of the press excluded According to Mr Ewell it will be an easy matter in his district to change theUepubllcanfifty cent pieces are distributed where goodThere way to get a vote explained Mr Ewell to the committeeman Money It It it used right and at the proper time is an excellent argument for the Republican party The only thing necessary to encompass the defeat of the Democratic party this November Is to get more votes than the Democrats I do not say that the practices of the olden days when money was used freely should be resorted to but I do know that that was a mighty effective man ner of turning defeat into victory Senator Bradley was anxious and m at enao during the tlnso Mr Excll was expressing his plans for defeat Ing the Democratic nominees for Con greed this fall In Kentucky As soon as Mr Ewell the 78yearold candi date of the Eighth district finished taking Senator Bradley said that n would be advisable to exclude the press and all disinterested parties from the meeting When put In the form of a motion it was carried with out a dissenting voice THEY HAVE A DEFINITE PUR POSE Foley Kidney Pi ls give quick re lief In cases of Kidney and bladder ailments Mrs Rose Glaser Terre Haute Ind tolls the result in her case After suffering for many years from a serious caso of Kidney trouble and spending much money for socalled cures I found Foley Kidney Pills the only medicine that gave me a porma nent cure I am again able to be up neverhesItateShugars and canner- BURGLARB AT JUNCTION Burglars gained entrance to thegen ral store of W C Surber In June downthemade to break open the safe but in thoughtthataway No goods were taken so far as can be observed The thieves wore isthoughtties that broke Into Galbralths store last week Some typewriter advantages innstistedinevitably of the Smith Premier ltrtedagsshltPlates Remle Tabulator Rack 1Camylol mKeybe SeSteea7 Cuttig Device Drop Forged Type Bar Perfect Una- Bkhrome Lock Ribbon UnifonaToudi nail n Type Bir Column PMgf pbr Decimal T bullor istarhsageibleCrriaaes age RdMM Maraiea Rack VW Wn dRrbboe Gee DriTen Can1a1t- Ribboa CoatroUed frOIR Kcboard Variable dUomrul UM Spacer Perfect Dust Gaud Back Leret Ctrriife Retarder larproted MupaJ Steps Escaponjebk Speediest ever devised Complete Straight Line Keyboard and A Key for Every Character CtL JIIIOSWGIest SUS tTED LMISLATURE RYAN OLD TIME DEMOCRAT Crate Orchard Aug 18 greatImportance L4iciaturebesidesSenator and It behooves the democrats In every county In the state to pick out good men to represent them In the next General Assembly Lincoln county has been ably represented In the last two sessions of the lower body by lion Wth Shanks of Stanford a young man of ability and integrity who Is a credit to any com inunlty It occurs to tho writer that it Is now time for the East End of tile coun ty to send a representative and no better man could be chosen to carry tho banner of Democracy to victory than that splendid old soldier and at table gentleman of the old school Col df Crab Orchard That Col Guest is a man of marked ability none could deny that have ever come In contact with him A keen sense of humor that only smart seen possess and very few of thin To possess n keen sense of humor Is to know mankind to know their many weakness and petty conceits Col Guest is endowed with great gift to n marked degree and he would attain a place la tho Lcglsla ture such as Proctor Knott enjoyed In Congress But aside from his many other splendid qualities Gel Guest Is a man who could not be ape preached or influenced by tho lobbyists and rorniptloulsts who Infest the lobbies ot tho Capitol and his broad view and seen lusigut would readily detect the Joker In many of the bills that are introduced In the Legislature tor the benent of tho greedy corporations that attempt to dictate tho laws of the Commonwealth We still love to honor the men who fought beneath the folds of tho bat le stained cross In the days of long ago when every man defended his opinion and principles with his life The year are fleeting and as the lengthening shadows gather let us honor these white haired heroes while we may Col Guest fought for his country In his youth and was as gallant an old horso thief as ever crossed the border with Morgan and theheartslor Colonel Guest Nominal him by Acclamation and when the Legis lature convenes you will find that Lincoln county will be represented by tho best man In the General Assably He was a great friend of the lament ed Judge M C Sautley A Democrat of 1860 rTo keep your health sound to- avoid the Ills of advancing years to conserve your physician forces for a ripe and healthful old nge guard your kidneys by takIng FoloyV Kid Buy JCcmcdy HhuKars and Tanner JH KENNEDYf RICHMOND s to e KENTUCKY it tJ ti r Will be Glad to tt IJt Serve any of hissLincoln County + I I t JFriends and Ac i qualntancesAr IJREPRESENTING PETER BUHQHARD OF LOUISVILLE WILL BB J GLAD TO EXHIBIT DESIGNS OF MONUMENTS AT REASONABLE PRICES ALL WORK GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION the Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky CAPITAL 5000000 5000000RESOURCES CASHIERJIPAXTON AMT CASH HAYS FOSTER CLER- KDfRE0T0R9r r W 0 Walker Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W CarterStanford John JB Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford T 0 Ran kin TraylorGilbertsH Cummins Preacherryillc LilburnT1 Gooch Gilbert Creek FIRST NATIONAL BANK STANFORD KENTUCKY ORGANIZED IN SS82- CAPITAL STOCK 50000 SURPLUS EARNED 22000 HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS 216500 SafetyDepositOFFICERS I S Rocker President- S TlHurrit VicePreildeat- H C Baughman Cashier W W Saunders lad Bookkeeper J It Harris Bookkeeper DIRECTORS t F J H Bsnghmsn M D Elmore J M Pettn H C Bsogbmsn J F S T HarritcO O E C Walton J S Rocker H Murphy RURAL TELEPHONES MR FARMER Make your hone M Modern for your family u a Ice residence ud place yourself aposition to get the latest market quotations at any Use This can be accoaplkfetd weans of our Ulepbci seryieo which you sad your neighbor caa get for a KM that H Hull coalgared with the bets received Call or addreea our nearest oboe or write direct to ittdquurten Naebvillo Tear for Information our special Far mere Liacf rate If you are not at pretest ring service KentuckyTesnemeenibok EAST TENNESSEE TEL TEL CO lrnooaroarrani 11 A single motion is quicker to make than two + I f Only one motion is needed to t make an character desired on thF fcharalight easy action running Model 1 0 I sQWrite for aformatjon tot The Smith Premier Typewriter CoIne Syracuse N Y Scaadc ewywlew Reid Cuasaalat RobUton W in by we II I o- I i 9 = jt r r r 1n IFJUDAY AUOUIT 24 tile THC INTERIOR JOURNAL BLVENcCI 1 The Island Of tiI I I Regeneration l Continued from last Friday aetookJBut you have otkiwUr she began at WsVUiat y fored me Tkere Id M ward he said softly la that speech that you have taught ma which Is equal to what I feel You uponfman with a mane soul Night after Bight I have watched you as you went to your nook In the rocks nut that you have taught me honor and consid eration what It is to bo a gentleman I had followed you and caught you In the dark within my arms t 8he laid her hand upon his breast sad looked at him feelingly entreat Ingly with touching consciousness of kis strength and her weakness What I kayo taught you she aiked you will not forget Never Never Ho released her waist and took her to hand and kneed It There was as much passion In the pressure of his v lips upon her hand as there was In A horownjs You be continued will say what Is tote done Not I she answered piteously but you I have no strength Whoa 1OU are by Since that moment when you kissed mo you are the muter and t the man but you will respect me in 1 t my helplessness 1 As If you were God in heaven Hit i cried the man raising hit hand as one who makes a vow You are to me 1 everything that ii pure that Is holy L that U lovely Not Nol she whispered a look of terror coming Into her face Yes he said Through you I know God through you I know woman You are sacred to me Never again unless you rive me leave will I press my lips to yours never again unless you say I rosy will I take you In my arms never again will I even touch 4 I your hind Indeed Indeed I cannot do these things And yet I will love you In ways of which you cannot dream ro long as I can draw the Th breath of life a RiddleIKY Buyer of pAli kinds qf farm produce and am 5 ping this week for J t lions lOc Fryers jr12cltoosterse5 to 6 l2c- Kggsf s15cTurkeys 9 to too Ducks 7 to Sc i IIldo612 to 7c jb 1 therl0to tSef mnseng A J 5 v Phono 20 o Frs Childs R RemedytWhit mother is not looking for that will help her children is the little ills something for the stomach trouble and the bowel trouble Long ago she prob 1ably has become convinced that a cannot readily swallow a pill or a tablet anti that to brk them annoyrfrt for the Hate ones itoiuebAny mother who wit take the trouble et Mr Mils and addrI remedythata DrCaldwella bottle Iii m WM Miinot yste4 tI tIiavrln u ed- It and convinced OurIlf that It U what rutitre one dollar a bottle SUIt as M many ethers are doloc the tree sample betas Imply to eonvtnc you of Its merits It f Cldlcagqfsad trelfhave never beta without a bottle la the 54 betue llnctl It If undoubtedly A nut family yen eat p as It te adapted to aH sacs being thorpmadfhw a thorough and yet contains tonic properties Uo It for tho most liverZ2and such complaints with a guarantee that It will cure n Or Caldwell personally will be panted- to rIve you any medical advice you may desire for yourself or family pertaining tr the stomach liver or tree of 1 xplaln your case In a detailSname oddrcxe on a card or otherwise For Plther ronuost the ductora address It Dr W IJ Caldwrlln500Cald well buliatnr Montlccllo IlL qCUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I 1 can furnish the public with Ibo wit ni wall ni the frpibu t or cut noweru plants of all kind bulb potted Ilowor on short notice Alto make a specialty of wreaths y for for fnuornl purpoie I Incottncotlou with tho oboro I have nil kinds of vegetables on hand at ruHiouubli- PrtMli01lUIHTMAN illlKKN HOUBK8 HD UtTiiHAMU gy Spring Summer Stock Itave fir 1i n uif atoll toy ntillor nf s 0 Ill u vwu cilic lntb ru o etlCiI n L i n U Ih1 II 1 NJIaIii h t 110111 1111- hI 11 ti t n W al l- uit all ul 0111 11 i ID L V I mehtiV r n rlllls IPfvl11S 1M tPlu n II dualJi blnuiorl iiSI a- Y He rose to als feet as Jw sjpok atsd turned away front her and ateedwltk clasped hands Mid bowed sfccHtWtrs In one taoffieat Uw Whole coutvt of their lives had changed It had taken an eartkquake shock to do It but eo terriflo had been the submergedflres of mutual passions that a whisper op portunely uttsrwd would have C eieJ the MB rerotaUea Ike sat and watched him wondering what wauld be the end of It She knew at last what love was not the pale phil osophical emotion site had experienced In the cabin of that yacht God how she hated that recollection How she I wished that It had never been Ifua touched by man she could have been east upon that Island to be given to this man who looked upon her as a goddess She had told him some of- jeer history but not the part which was vital It had boon easy not to enlighten him wholly as to that He knew nothing about conditions He bad never seen M ship or a boat within his recollection and tho story ehu had settled upon and told him was one that received instant acceptance from him Indeed there was nothing that she had told or could have told him tbt ho would not Implicitly have aieepteland believed The king could done wrong She was Incarnate truth And she would havo to tell him all sow She would have to put Into that pure soul alive with passionate devotion admiration respect every feeling that can mob up the sum of mighty love this story of evil and shame There was no help for it She would havo to tell him But she could not tell him now not on this day She would have a few perfect hours She would stand for a little while within the vale of Eden She would look for a little time through the gates of heaven Tomor rowl Today she would hove and she would enjoy to the itull She rose softly to her feet as well and stepped closer to him Sho laid her hand upon kit shoulder She could see tho mus cles In his arm tighten as ho clenched his hands the harder She turned him gently about and lifted her perfect lips to his She kissed him alta Her band sought him her fingers parted his Iron grasp She drew his arm about her and nestled against him- I trust you she said as I love you I shall be safe with you You shall not draw away from me In such forkissesAnd then the man spoke the man In himWoman be lard yours am the only lips that hue been pressed upon mine save perhaps my mothers as H child Has any other man ever kissed your She could not lie to him Dont uk me she said the tulle request The man had turned away with a groan No Sappiness Is unalloyed no joy comes Into our lives that some pain does not dog its footsteps With love came jealousy before the flood At least she said pressing closer to him and he did not repulse her I have loved no marl but youOf Obi bo said taking her once more within his arms that I might know forono moment what Is out there bow you Hved wbo saw you who fol lowed you who loved you I shall tell you said the woman But you have told me Not all- When the rest then rTomorrow Meanwhile let us en joy the daythe oldold human despitetheyou that I never laved anyone else that no kisses like to yours have ever been pressed upon my lips nor I belief not upon the lips of mortal woman Let us pass the day In hap platM together Come we must breakfast We must see wbat the earthquake has done to our Island We have things to think about things to doI have nothing to think about but you nothing to do but to love you Hand In hand they stepped across the sand to the shade of the trees a royal and a noble couple the splendid woman nobly planned fit nato for the godlike man children of Ood and Na ture both of them In loose tunics which she had woven from the long soft grass which left neck and arms bare and fell to knee and were belted III at the waist Unhampered by any of tbl 4haslt or degrading garments of civilization they were a pair to excite the admiration and envy ot the gods CHAPTER XI The Conscience Quickened They bad spent the morning together but not as usual Things were different conditions bad changed For the first time In years the dally lesson which she had gives blm was Inter witted Today they were both at school with Lovo for preceptor and such willingness in their hearts nil made them Ideal pupils Tho storm had died away as suddenly as It had arisen No visible evidence of It was loft save the tremendous thunder of tho long undulating soasupon thq outward barrier Tho earthquake had not greatly damaged the island the fallen cliff a few prostrate palm hero and lhcrethat was all Rut there was visible evidence In thorn o tho storm through which they lipd passed and which still hold thorn In Us in the tumult of their souls To tho man the o throesttnorjjlng wan absolutely nnw the woman ItvVa 0 di what had hithtrtd tfanSiifnjd was prmtfcullv so They lururfatedt- In 11011 motions They sat aide by tolgVhirvomiii P Uo Was the bolUfr tho fI irr Nhu IIll1Jle tfIJ tdif TLI wan wan notrytItvS Kiss tor kiss took for look word for word touch for touch Iw Kate but the initiative was hers not his lie was putting a eonstralni of steel upon himself She saw that sad was glad It made her held Womanlike she tried and tested the blade that she had forged again and again growing daring la her Im munity braver la her trust They steed in ene part ot their wane darings before the door of what had been her cave Hand la hand they looked down upon the heap of reeks that ha had torn away It was noth log to him to her It was Incredible She could better estimate what human strength was capable of than he She had standards of comparison which be lacked U cannot be possible that you lifted that boulder and that one aloner she said gazing at him wonderingly At that moment to release you I could have torn the rock asunder he cried throwing out his arms In a mag nificent gesture of strength and force She caught his band with her own and once more pressed her lips with in his palm I dont know how to say how much I love you she cried Say that you will try to care as much for me as I for you and I will be content he answered And so there was a pretty rivalry between them as to which loved the more In the midst of the strife of tongues the woman spoke She could not keep away from the subject You love me she said at last be cause you think me more than I am because she ran on In spite of his protesting gesture chocking his deny ing word because you have seen BO other woman because I will not hear another word he cried finding voice at last and stop ping her I know not woman or man save as I know you and myself save as you have taught me by the women of whom you have read me In that single book we have the women of whom you have told me who have played their parts in the world All ot them together are not like you That is because t am alive and here and they are dead and away If they all stood here by mo on the sand If all their excellencies and vir tues were centered upon one and she stood by you on the sand my heart would turn to you It Isnt because you are beautiful You are beautiful are you not Poor man be had no standards of comparison only the Instinct for the lovelyMen said so she answered smil log at him and blushing In contusion Men he cried What meat I will tell you tomorrow She sighed deeply at the thought of the revelationWell he continued It Isnt because you are beautiful or because you are wise or because you are learned or because you are kind it Is because you are you that I love you And If I were none of these things I would love you just the same But I am not what you think me In some ways I could never think highly enough of you I know that No no it Isnt that When I tell you She stopped and looked at him pi ling After all the greater test was to come then To err she remem bend the ancient Latin proverb was human to forgive divine Would he be human or divine In this trial Had side so trained him that he could for give the unforglveablet In more ways than one her happiness depended upon what would be his course If be forgave her and condoned her fault their love could have free course If ever opportunity for benl son upon It presented But if be followed the common course of men not only would any future anion between them OB the only terms to which she could consent be Impos Bible but be would kill her heart her trust in man sometimes she wildly believed her trust In God Nothing nothing he repeated that you could tell me would make any difference So lovers have protested she recalled since time and the world began Aad yet things told kayo made differences What would It do for their future this revelation of the morrow And again she realized that the test If she herself were compelled to make It would not be exactly fair Tor the would be at once prosecuting attor ney advocate for the defense even In some phase the passer of judgment She would be the criminal and the world to him It would hardly be possible for him to arrive at a correct view and come to a determination un biased and tree If she could have transported him by some magic pow er among the children of men and with them for auditory have told her story the test would bo a true one What he would do then utter having heard the worlds voices tho worlds Appeals the worlds mockeries would truly determine what ho was and In- DO other way could that determina tion bo arrived at Though she strove to bo na Impartial as divinity she could noj but raako her defense coin cident wltli her revelation her Justin cation at tho same limo with her con demnation lie know nothing of lira but whet she and Instinct had taught him anti neither would be safe guides In this emergency Ho could protest and she could believe hld protesl but unlosi thy wore uttered not moroly before hisn heaven but before wir roimdnp ten they wduld be of little raise She pt t ttl by r IVr MV L aturt3 of rlreumstanceI pnjl uM iuUt iy wtilrl Uuvc t io lh ixt that Vt iMiiJ HI he iorifnv Jfi ILIli1 wouV i1 j 10 d I I d 0 ale iilng hours worn sway unui tGw aAq time dill for the cmtomary parting At first she would have abandoned In the luxury of the new parolee of tlt4t new revelaUe ot the old passion the customary rule but she still preserved some lingering remains of her commonsense and she clearly perceived that It was necessary to go on at they bad Society cannot proceed without its conventions and these simple regu lations were their conventions which had to be obeyed And so they parted Out parted as they bad never parted before torn asunder by their own compliance with their own petty rules their hearts protesting Long before tbe earthquake they had erected on the topmost kill of the Island a huge pile of dead wood from the groves beneath When they had parted she bad lug Bested to blm and It was significant that now It was a suggestion yester day It would have been a command that he should take time to ascend the hill and rearrange the great heap of wood which they had bullded During all the time that bad elapsed since she had been there no sail had whitened tbe horizon no curl ot smoke had betokened tbo distant passing of a steamer Dut no spot of the globe could forever remain unvisited she thought and some day that pile of wood might maUe a beacon tight to call civilization to them He was glad to comply with tar ricsesUon glad Hero Was an Excellent Haven of RNueeJfor occupation and so he promised and went his way When he bad disappeared she turned tbe edge of the cliff id the so eluded amphitheater where her cave fronted the ocean She threw aside her tunic of woven grass and plunged Into the cool delightful pool which fortunately the earthquake bad not disturbed Her clothes the scanty garments she hid Improvised from her underclothing had long since worn out It had not been difficult how ever to plait ofcertaln pliable rushes which grew In plenty upon the Island The loose aad shapeless garments they both wore She had used strips torn from what had remained of her cloth ing for binding and edging and practice had made her dextrous and skill ful to the rude weaving She still- preiervedihowever the blouse and klrtorJtae bar only pair of dock fags and the canvas boating shoes Sometimes la Idle moments she tried those shoes on Fortunately for her they were loose and easy Going barefoot three years had enlarged her small and slender feet to something like those hums and proper propor tions which from the standpoint of nature at leutbad greatly enhanced their beauty She kept these clothes she hardly knew why perhaps for one reason since she had been able to weave the wattled garment so well suited jo her needs she had pad no Use for them perhaps against the day of the arrival of other civilization than her own- Greatly refreshed by her bjtlyand- it shows her absolute confidence In him and his worth that Interruption never occurred to her It bad never come and therefore It never would she resumed ber tunic and walked toward the cave The tide was very low The sands terminated on one side In a rocky ledge where a long arm ot the lagoon ran to the foot of the cliff The cliff had been tremea dourly shaken apparently and she noticed just above the water line a narrow opening She had thought from noises during storms that there was K bidden CS7 In the cliS wIth a opening under the water She bad Imagined that possibly she could enter It by diving but she had never cared to make the attempt although thfa time she had become as much at some In the water or under it ad It she had been a native of the south seas Sometimes in the morning they swam In the lagoon together oftentimes she swam atone It was a great pleasure to her and a necessity as well in that iow latitude Curiosity Induced her to Inspect moro closely this opening near the waters edge Again throwing aside her garment she plunged Into the arm of the sea and swam boldly toward the cliff There was Just room enough between the waters level and tho top of tho opening for her head She found her pf In a straight passage way perhaps eight or 10 feet long nnd- IB many wide Cautiously sho s1m through It nnd discovered herself In an Immenso cave Light filtered through tho opening and one or two cures bad boon opened hero nnd there by tho earthquake Or by suite convulsion of nattlr before thrqmrb i the rocky wall InvtoibU outlic faro ofj the cliff from the outside but quite distinct wlitiln There was even a rculi of Handy bciuH OH oar vide yxn to to climbcr d upon it i ds i to tut Vf i 11 wlCf i liti111Pe1 of ret v y n41rd t 11rlIttuya Tl etJw+ yJ + uWW5 1 I yy- r3 iId Mareely know Except at the very jowest of the ebb the entrance would be covered and even then It would take a curious and familiar eye to dis cover the entrance or to Imagine It anything more than a deep rift In the flee of the lea wall At any other hour the entrance wouldbe invisible blewtrthe breaking waves would cover the entrance completely Ort to one side quite accessible from the sand strip which rose sufficiently high to afford full shelter above the high water mark a little stream plunged down the cUffIShe tasted the water and fresh and sweet All that one would lack would be food and the hiding place could be occupied indefinitely Sho stayed in the cave some little time and when she finally decided to return to the outer world she dlscov ered that the tide had turned and that the entrance was now completely un day water This gave her no disquiet Light still came from the outside to murk the way She had acquired the faculty ot swimming beneath the aur face with her eyes open and the dls tance was short She dove Into It con fidently and presently emerged in tho lagpon outside It was the one place on the Island so far as she bad dis coveredshe had always thought there was a cave there but had never been able to verify ber knowledgewhich provided her with a shelter absolutely secure and Inaccessible as she believed She had no less trust in her man than she had before but tho knowledge gave her a strange comfort When she met him that night sho did not Impart her secret to him Whatever happened now she had a place of refuge she realized and she was grad It was a gorgeous golden night in the South Pacific They wan dered and played and loved together Under the tropic moon and stars In tbeg mllke Island Yet when they parted each was unaccountably sad she because of wbat she must tell him on the morrow and he because of what he had begun to fancy he must hear There were more things to happen on that morrow than either she In her philosophy or he In his Inexperl ence could have dreamed of when they kissed again at parting and together said good night i To Bo Continued FOR QUICK RELIEF FROM HAY FEVER Asthma and 8umtnerbronchltls take Foleys Honey and TatIt quickly re lieves tho discomfort and suffering and the annoying symptoms disap pear It soothes and heals the In flamed alt passages of the head conitdrugs Refuse substitutes Shugars and Tanner NOTICE In the district court ot the United States for the Eastern District of Kentucky In the matter of Clarence J Sipple bankrupt Notice of Sale In Bankruptcy- By vlrture or an order entered by J N Saunders referee In the above styled case I as trustee of same will on Saturday the 3rd day of Sept- A D 1910 between the hours of 10 oclock PM on the premises being 52 acres of farm land situated In Lln coin county Ky on the waters of Green river adjoining the Denham farm and lying near the post office of Jumbo Ky expose to public sale to the highest and best bidder for cash In hand the above despribod tract or parcel of land together with 19 acres of land adjoining same now owned by Clarence J Sipple the bankrupt above named and also one half Interest in the growing crop upon said land Given under my hand this tho 19th day of August 1910 R A DYCHEvTrustee Parksville Mr Clarence Hocker of Middles boro Is visiting his parents Div as fairs Qep H Hocker Mr Charles lackey has returned home after a nail to his sister Mrs Hugh Good of Lincoln county Joe Tarkington Jr sold a mule colt toJ T Veach of flarrodaburg at 1iO Miss Elizabeth Kuyuterson of Lebanon is a guest of Mrs George A Carter Messrs T E Cleland C D Hagan and John W Webb attended the Harrodsburg fair last week Mrs Annie L Parks has returned from a visit to friends lu Kentucky Ohio and Canada Miss Marie howler of Bereals a guest other cousin Miss Lottie Westorfleld Miss May Cozatt entertained a few friends nt her homo Thursday with music cards etc Messrs H Alvin Wcsterfleld Jefferson Aldrldge und I Guy Tucker went to tho Lexington fair Friday Meedamcs John Foster ribd diaries Rose of Mackvllle visit Ol Mr and Mrs U C Rosa last week Air John W i ebb shliiped a oar or lambs from hero last week pay UIK four and lire cents for sago I irnnrfMrs Joe Crowiler are visit big rvlatlvcs and frlenda nt Ladoga Ind Mr Fred Martin Matilda and Ktnna fartin of Lincoln county Itnd- Aiss Kncui ijtsam of ttu 11 went to VmrcPi CAve lust Peflk- Prof t T J rjflrul Ii tho proud pos I wlnfh He hfl rl ll- 1i s afur of H lcn It TVny cltikkoot Tul Vu ii it T + f t ix leus twi tr- iIn rnl wnrmV t L t hr- tktit4W r t f lH Best h Tie League SPORTING PAPER TALKS NICE OF HOWARD CAMNITZ The currvnt Issue of Sporting Lifer Philadelphia publishes on Its front page a largo size haU tonu of How ard Camnltz of Hustoaville this coun ty who Is one of the mainstay men In the box for tlPlltsburg baseball team Under his picture lu Sport ing Life the following appeared Howard Camnltz pitcher of the Worlds Chaiiiplou Plttsburg Club was In 1909 the mainstay of the 1h rates pitching corps and his effective work as much as any one factor on obled the Pirates to win the NatlonnljLeague championship Lack of CPI tlltlon made him however unavalt ablo for the worlds series The 1U09 E season was his third with the PUtssburg team and his work was far su senor to any of his previous performances Ho was born In Oovlns ton Ky Aug 22 1681 He start ed his professional career with y Cireenvllle of the Cotton States 4r League In 1902 The following year he was with Vlcksburg Miss and In t1004 was Signed by PUtsburg Not having had sufficient seasoning tier tFwart left to go In the middle of the year to the Springfield 111 team In 1905 and 1906 ho started with the Toledo Club of the American Asso elation and In 1907 he came back to the Pirates He is a right bander Avlii great speed sharp curves and fndld control and when right is a rd man to beat tI a + CUTE OR CHRONIC WHICH Vo matter is for kidney trouble If It li acute or chronic Foleys Kidney y llcmedy will reach case Mr IliIIlls with Kidney complaint whlrh bat fled all treatment At last he tried Foleys Kidney Remedy and a few largo bottles affected a complete cure He says it has been of inestimable value to me Shugars and Tanner 0 Public Sale Having decided to sell my stallions Jacks Jennetts etc will offer for sale at public auction M Saturday September 3rd 1910 atmy place 612 miles from Lancas ter and 1 12 miles from Buckeye 1 pike on Poor Ridge pike at the Buck stickOne t Dare a fine acting animal 16 12 hands high 1 three year old stallion by Kentucky Peavlne also one two year old stallion by Rex Peavlne 1 seven year old Wilkes bred stallion 1 five year old Jack IS 12 hands hlgTj1 six year old Jack 15 12 hands highj1 three year old Jack 15 12 high a couple bf good two year old JacksOne i jennett and Jack colt at side 1 Jennett due to fpld In September alsothree Jennetts bred to a big 16 13 hands Ugh Jack One extra good three year old saddle mare One five year old mare and colt 18 head of sheep t This stock Is all good and sound subject to be registered Pedigree furnished ntsUe Will also sell about 315 acres of unimproved land- 8TEPHR N L WALKER For Inforrriatfob Phone 329Y Lanr caster Kentucky WILLOW GROVECHOOLHOUSE Boyle County T Smith the driller has put down a good well at the Hanging Fork school house willow Grove girls are quite brave r A yoUng lady near hero found a big cutItsA J Thompson sold 100 barrels of corn to Lyons the Hanging Fork miller The school began harp last Mond teacherTherewhile nearly a hundred are listed Mrs Joel Thompson has been sick liester I ter Avrltt young son of J R Avritt who was recently operated upon for appendicitis is convalescent tlIraMagLick wore visiting Mrs John Hell ofCrab a Mrs A J Thompson Miss Ella 1101lie i The crop prospects hero are as tel lows from poor to fnlrjonly one or two extra good crops whllo tho rost are very irregular In size of plants will pot be half a crop i cropltInreportolta t i IsdneIs yieicuuav ow OM ntrot ex li prated iallty not extra Hruti from loot to tall und the smallest a 1tII1- lor ninny ycaiV nggagAndTo learn Hi i riTtgAnd 110it tui i1 t MJsr lHii cd us n Vjfry oUi j II tij tr grtii moro 1111 ll tf tlH 1in T ttuu n r wihl if ilir100m l M6rI + ake3 at A b t i I oc t F1VJIIrlIlrr THJr INTERIOR JOURNAL gRIDAY AUlU9T 241J10 COMPANY kc SPRUCES UP lwIth much more satisfaction ias attractive modern room lie cleaner and bet cifqt iterln every way Have the cost giving you this con iiw solid comfort j top notch prices WARNER KysoX1 QujiBuslnss Sale f nving connections with Uie Tobacco WureUffUsca iq Dafille will compelled Idgiro all Df out tlmo thatbuslaebr rlfter H September 15th Until September let offer em vehicle iaour repository Actual CostAlhunsold5atur day September 3rd be told auction This stock conjisU about CO vehicles1 1 BUGGIES ill PHAETONS DANVILLE KY DANVILLEKYHa v IirCOOL KITCHEN = No Heat Except Where Needed DISHES HOTFOOD WELL COOK EDKITCHEN COOL NO UNDER DONE FOODNO OVERHEATED KITCHEN SUMMER EVERY THING HOT WHEN WANTED HEAT UNDER PERFECT CONTROL CONCENTRATEDTHE ALL HEAT NO SMOKENO ODOR NO DIRT THESE SOME OF THE AD VANTAGES USII4G THEri NEW PERFECTION11 WICK BLUE FLAME 1 COOKSTOVE lEvrydalrrrywhr If oat yours D icriptlv ClrcuKr to th nartt gtnoy of THE STANDARD OIL l Incorporated Shirts Collars and Ties of- i Biggest Line Ever Brought I = to Crab Orchard T t 1 c 1 1 sI= t t y n rKentuckyj b Ii A MAN i if I W 4 au batht 1 a to It in feels 7iU us estimate i l en of i t0Ir a J Though our 1 ftamblng Is I f 4 kI I t hi If r formed ve to wo at will at of i IN AND IS ARE IN writ fora f p he do our are JIII iIP YOUR CHANCE For A BAH GAl N- PaiThis C Fir ens I 2425 See II nDIUn CHOOSING A WHIP is an easy matter hero We hav every stjle for every uue nfll at about any prim Tlrp iuly whlp you cannot get here is a poor one Ve have none of that fcjud Our whips are only a sample of our harness nnd all kinds of horse goods Youll find the latter just as good as the whips and equally moderate In price JCMcCLARYf Stanrord Ky 0 o I y AH new lip to date ale bought this Sum mer Not a shopworn job Su the house Come early and get the choice A d Great Sire Dead GAMBETTA WILKES DIES AT CEo Cit FARM IN BOYLE UanvllleAdoetlto Jambptta Wilkes No 4699 record 2lj 14 the greatest slrrt that ever lived died last night In his tallat Cecillan cock barns on South Second street in this city Ho was 29 years old and Was purchased by ilessra U iud C P Cecil of Cam Robert H Ternll of Richmond 2G years ago That Messrs Cods rdta edT 30000 for Gambetta Wllkc when he was lei years old Many Hatter Ing oilers were refused for him but lie wits never tor ease The same groom Paul Helm was In charge of this great horse from the day he was brought to Danville until his death last night For twentyfour years Gambelta Wilkes has occupied the same stall and his body will be buried this afternoon In front of the stall he occupied A handsome marble shaft will be erected to his memory Ho was tho sire of 212 In tho list of standard performers Ills dam was Jewell by GUIs Vermont and his sire tho great George Wilkes Gambettu Wllkes has tyro hale brothers living Mambrlno Wilkes In California and Baron Unites in Oklahoma I Mesra G und CV P Cecil still ow many marcs and youngsters sired by Gambetta Wilkes and his get are scattered throughout tho United States George Oano for whom Savage of tee International Stock Food Farms paid 130000 Is one of the greatest sons of this great horse Branha Baughman Is anoth r Grocery King owned by T F DurHanY Is also considered one of his most promising t song Out of thirtyfive great mares with six or more jn the list OambetU Wilkes Is the5JJf e of fifteen of them i his offspring Were Champions at both 1the SL Louis and Chicago Worlds Fairs Ills get are without equals In the show ring HB Northcoti LANCASTER KY BUYER OF All Kinds of Farm Produce Stanford IranchrK Tuaor Mgr WE ARE PAYING TODAY FOR Ileus 9100 Eggs lolGc Springers r toll Turkeys 1213 al78Ye c Hides per Ibt1cFeath-ers 1540c GlDSOBg per Ib 500 Yellow Root per lbil125LI- ME AND SALT FOR SALE OR INI EXCHANGE FOR PRODUCE We can peso you Phone 153 MAI I FARMERS DEPARTMENT JOG T Embry sold n pair of yenrIling mules to John Popples for Fresh cow for sale Apply to Mrs C R Coleman Hemp harvester for sale In good condition W A Tribble For Sate A well Unproved farm of 20 acres near ML Salem house hold and kitchen furniture stock ant farming tools P H Woodson Mt Salem Ky aJ3 For Sale Black mare Gyearold with filly colt by her side Sound Jesse t1 Saitaln For Salu Fine Jersey cow also plce bell room set Including spring and mattress This office IT p Cecil of Boyle sold to Monte Fox for Joseph Stern of New York C5 head l export cattle which will average 1460 pounds nt IT At J Fjar rli sold tip Tim Macaullffe of Louis yule averaging l36tt pounds at 621 S H 1C ifcrudon and J L GUI BoldStholr farm ot 230 o reinear title Garranl county to Jno U Doz S ierof Knox county at 1100 un acre S John M Farra announces that Lan caster will have a fair next year and that the same dates will be rt servedA and his WUo killed their last hog and loft the carcass out at night to cool It was gone next morn lug They agreed to say nothing and they would know the first person men Honing their loss was the thief Sun day as they entered the church the preacher read out his text J have ofnNudging his wife the old man whis pered Maria we never did suspect him did woTEx John O Lynn of the West End sold thla week to the Liberty Milling Company GOO bushels of wheat at U bushelsmot oats to L M Reid and t1 head ot 1200pound cattle to W H Ullard of Danvllie Thurlow Jones this week oUght 32 15t pound coffin Tom tt T fucker ut 5 rents 14 fumed the I over a little later to Will Llllard at a slight advance In orro SALE OF LAND theheirsAn agent or of Mrs Nu nli U iodd I will on the premise n t abut 2b1 P 31 ou- Saturojy Sept 10th UltJ offer for sale e publl outcry 11 tract of 53 89100 acres owned by Mrs Uood at the time of her death The land Is about 12 mile from Turners vlllroa the McCormacks church pike is well watereu and all In grass IosI session given Jnni1- Tertus will be announced on diy ot sale J U PAXTON Agontj COOK FARMS FIRST ANNUAL 5 SALE Friday September 30th Greatest event of thoklad ever held In Kentucky 60 saddle mare colts and tittles SO jonneto and colts registered Catalogues now ready Every ono of these jennets should be kept In Kentucky J F COOK CO Slo Lexington Ky MULES WANTED JOE KINDIG Of Y6rkPa Will Be A- tWoreland I i Monday Aug29- To Buy 100 Mule Colts And- 50Yearling T Mules l SURREYS WAGING t aJ COST 11 1 I Clearance Sale Of Clothing Oxfords Straw Hats Odd Pants 7 SUITS 25 Suits at r 1698 2250 Suit att51596Z20- Suits at w v 1396 18 Suits at f L W 1193 15 Suits at 9W 1250 Suits UrijlM10 Suits at I 6M 6 Suits ata4r 3M OXfORDSr K Oxfords at 329 350 Oxfords at 279 300 Oxfords at 229 250 Oxfords at I 1M 1200 Oxfords ati169 HAT 350 at 2w 3 tat a171S-2 at141160 Hats at 119 ath7ODD 7 Pants s4i 8 Pants 5 Pants 181 4 pants 2M 350 3 Pants 28 Pants at1SAM ROBINSONI Stanford Ky GJ ell River Camp Meet irt4 AT JUMBO FOUR MILES FROM McKINNEY KY WILL HELD ON AUGUST 26 to SEPT 5 10BY REV CHAS I TI lr JttTHE WORLDWIDE KNOWN SINGER AND EVANGELIST QF ATLANTA GEORGIA 1 t a T Others will assist In the meeting help for our meeting la the beat that can be had for a revival or a great camp meeting and by the trace of Got we expect have tho best meeting we have ever bad Aecommod tlons Wo furalsh rooms or lent for those who to stay in the grounds But occupants will please bring bedding If you wish to buy or rent a tent please apply io days before tweeting begins A dining ball lunch stand be run for the benefit of tho people L Purpose this meeting Is run totahpasltlvo salvation of lost humanity f And not A big gathering place We propose to run the meeting orderS 1theIdoctrine thitwe hold Is the one that awes men nod keeps host saved t a revealed In our inward and outward life Are you conqingr Do sure to come teat you a tent or build you R cot rage and nil through the inoeting will regret IL For further particulars address C W Lovoll Stanford Dr Frank Grider McKinney Ky or Clarence Slpplo London KyIKepectfully Yours of Clarence J Sipple Sec London Ky 00 WHEN UNCLE SAM GUILDS he is peculiar to specify exactly the Kind of building material to be used follow his example and Insist on hay Ing our time cement sand elcIn your contracts Then many glorious Fourths will before you need ti spend any mitremoney on your build Ing j A ALLEN Slwrftf i Kea t li Hats Hats 250 Hats Hats t1 Hta at tt i 41 at I at Pants at S2ca at 250 BE This wish and will time stay You sever j pane FINE FARM FOR SALE Located oa the tnMror nil 0L4 tcahelu pIke coatalalng lab 12 acres well watered MO hundre acres in grass GO acres tot wheat This laid produces fine tobacco Cora M4 why A fine young orchard of ore hundred bearlag fruit trees a modern new six room house cietera at door cellar sad all necesary outbuildings two tatheuwe large barn new silo free sail delivery three kurtnd yards to v school 1 12 atlM to uj ek rea Will make terra easy I W F Wsboa Stanford Ky Box 41 Pkeie 8 ring Nye1o- rthe next 20 days we will sell our tobacco kogakeads at taili a Hle each We also have aeae flan white and browa legkera eeckereU forsalelth11fJ MowataTa Plaalif Mill KtegaMouatJkla Ky J 1 V r ft