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BABY ATTACKED Hen CRUSHED TO DEATH BY TRACTION ENGINE GEO. REYNOLDS FEARMEETS FUL FATE WHEN BRIDGE GIVES WAY NEAR M'KINNEY Coming This Way LOUI8VILLE AUTO ROUTED THRO' CLUB'S RUN LINCOLN. WHERE TEACHERS WILL BE LOCATED THIS TERM, LIST OF LINCOLN COUNTY AND THEIR LOCATIONS I'HIS R. PEDA-GOGU- APruiNTED JUDGE GAR-RAn- GIVEN? TURKEY LOSES NO TIME. BYVICIOUS SOW MR8. WILLIAMS RESCUES INFANT r '4 it r tt : t- - Tro "nature rakers' "dig up" many SON FROM PORKER UY strange tnlea of tho antics of anlinnU USE OF A CLOB. , but here's one on an old turkny hen An predicted In tho Interior Jour-mi- l which cnil bo proiun truo by n'nyone Tho Infant son of Mr. nnd Mm of Tueaday, Acting Governor Wil- who wnnts to seo It by going to the William Williams ot tho Hcdgavlllo liam II. Cox appointed Iulii L Walk- homo of Mr, and Mrs. Will Given. Section, Lad a narrow escape this er, of Lnnonster, Circuit Judge ot tho This turkey lien laid .out n clutch or week when It was lzed by a vicious Thirteenth Judicial district to nil tlio eggs early fn tlui summer' nnd after w Only whon tho llttlo fellow's tnenncy caused by tho death ot Judge hatching out a brood of young turks, mother bent the porker over the hend vM. C Snufloy, n little over n week took them oft the neat nnd while with a cluTj did It relcaso the little ago. mothering tUtm proceeded to lay boy Tho appointment wns mado b another setting of eggs. At Inst Tho child's father la a brother of lov. Cox at Frankfort today (Friday) sho is still laying, nnd still Mr Jamea W Williams, of this city. nnd It is uuderitood that It becomes tending to her brood ot young ones wno was nt once notified or the affulr It seems thnt Mrs Williams affective Immediately Judge Walkur This la tho kind or poultry worth was engaged In somo house work on will hold hli tint term ot court at linvlng, nnd It la snld that Mrs s tho back porch, nnd tho llttlo boy, Dunville ".irly In September , U asking inncy prices for this pni was" playing on tho floor of tho kitch, Tho appointment of Judge WnlKcr tlculnr bmI of turkeys, but wheth en. Suddenly tho sow enme along, will hardly come ns n surprise to er nil the hens are all guaranteed to nnd seizing tho llttlo boy by n leg those who figured out tho politics ot do double duty, has not been learned with her mouth, started to drag film the iltuttlon, for United alen Sen- to her wallow In n shed nearby The Ttor . O. Bradley thro tho weight aereams'ot tho baby brought his moth ' Lancaster, of lila powerful Influence behind hU or at onco to the rescue and she beal tc'wnaninn nnd county man, nnd na off tho Melons brute with a club. Cox la said to have dccldod gubernaElder 3. W. Hardy, of Nnahvilie, The little tcllow'a Icr Is said to torial ambition, the Influence ot tho prenched at the Christian church Sun badly lacerated by tho sow's tusks t??nntor In hla bennlf a llttlo later will day but It Ih not believed that any of the mornliig, probably be worth tho nomination. Mr James Bywra age S'l years, died ulnjrles will prove serious Judge Walker Is onu of the beat or general decline nt the home of 'known attorney nt tho Uarrard bar. nts the son nl Markabury. Ho la aald to have u Urge prnctleo Middleburg. P. 0 Hurst bought a building lot nnd la regarded h all na an able man of 8. U to C. D. Pow Hnsetdn next ' In tie legal profession. Ilia term will ell s store He expects to have n twp- J K. Wilson has bought a brand only lnat until Jan, I. 1912. (or an tory warchouic erected on th site now grlsst mill nnd Is setting it up ' b hold November, i'JU, olectlm will and tho building to bo used to store at Yosemlto to do grinding for the 'lit tho tlmo of tb regular atate elecfurniture, or In connection with his pubUcT' to choose a Judge for the re- large tion furniture business. iicv jas. nanntjiio came over mainder ol Judgo Saufloya unexpirMm J UKemper gave a hand from tho Aaaoclatlon nt Klllsbunc and ed term. Aa the dlatrlct. composed som aim sumptuous dinner nt her preached at the llaptlst church Frit)( tho countlea of Lincoln, Uarrard, country Wednesday. home vr day and Saturday afternoon Uoyk nnd Mercor, la usually largely Jamos I. Hamilton" of this city being Tho llaptlst people aro endeavoring l conlldently expected one of the honor guests ilemocratlc. It to secure) the scnlccs of Itev. O. M e tint n 'democrat .. .. .. will succeed Judge nr v. j. jirown is engaged in a Huejr in a pictrne'ed meeting here In Walker, uftcr a little over a year' riea of meetlnea at llyattsvllle. tho near future ervlcc The omolumcnta fix.m the 8 0 Hjselden wife and llttlo son. Itufus Maynard a youth of the Wall- oftce during hla short term, however, hav-Inwill nmotint to n lltlie over t.OOO ari nt nomo from l.oulaMllo, town section came down one day last returned In their handsome now week and surrendered to Constable TO HOLD SPECIAL TERM OF automobile Marlon lllack, on a chargn of a breach COURT IN LANCASTER Tho work upon the Lancaster l of the peace. He. will bo tried Fri la' being pushed right along un Judge J M Ilenton left Thursday day tor jncater to hold a special tei der the supervision of the promotera During tho rain storm here Sunday of court This la In tho district pre- the throe ablq physicians Drs. J m morning lightning killed two heifers sided over by the lata Judge Sautluy Aclqn, Jamea U Klnnalrd and Win. for Mc D. Fogle and a mule tor C. C. and no successor to Judge .Saulley baa been appointed Acting Oovvrn-o- r Dureett. Jones, A bolt struck a locust tree in Cox selected Judge Benton for tho The following comprise a bouse Mrs. ilartha Sharp's yard and special term. Winchester party nt the home, of Mlaa Kdna Ue. killed two chickens. kle at DannUrllleMtes Mary Clay Law horn has "Bought a iiaTi WIUUuia7fartha Tinker. 'Florence Jwn In Still After Crab Orckaril 1 Interest the stock ot goods of Mrs. Johnaoo, Mamie Storms Dunn, Ellin Hello Lawhorn ot Yosemtte, and K bt'th Ford ax.d Uracey May Cochran. Gadberry and the writer are enMERCER COUNTY MEN HAVE James 1. Hamilton bought a band U OPTION ON SPRINGS gaged tn taking .aa inventory ot the sobls tomblned mar ot k. L. Kd The negotlatlona lor the sale of wards, of Cleveland, Miss, for ?3S0. stock. In our lotter but week we inadvert Crab Orchard Springs have not yet He sold 55 hogs to V. A. Lear at 8 "been completed, but Judge John W, marriage ot Mr. Clell Dunn a colored boy ot 16, shot ently lett out tho Hughea and Hon CnarlesA. Hardin James Dry and Mlaa Naanle Adams. Sot Mercer, passed through here yes- two eolered youths ot about the same terday and aald that It la practically age, a'ter a difficulty. Ono George They are popular young people and settled that In combination with a Baulters waff shot In the head and deaerved belter treatment and we capitalists, "number ot prominent beg pardon tor the omlaslonn will purchase the Uoorgo Jennings In the face and It Judge Hugbca In writing up the Murphy reunion Is thought Jennlng's eyesight will be Springs property He has an option last week we mentioned Mrs. diehard on the place now and la awaiting the entirely destroyed settlement of set oral minor details Mrs. Itobert Cox died at her pome Hester as one ot the grandchildren of before It will be closed One ot the a rollo of Landastcr on tha Crab Orch Mrs. Murphy and your type got It jbltches In tho negotiations la aald to pe by partlea who own an Interest In ard pllw Sunday at 12 o'clock of "Mrs. rtlchard." the famoua welt at the depot which paralysis The deceased, was 44 years the syndicate beaded by the Mercer of age, aud a consistent member of people, aUo want to acquire CotintyFIeclKHi Beard Named Besides ber It la understood that Judge Hughes the Christian church option la at a figure around IJO.uno husband she la survived by five chtl It It la secured, they plan to put Im- dren n grown son and daughter. The S. T. HARRIS AND A. C. CARMAN provements on the famoua old to Interment was tu the Lancaster IN OTHERS APPOINTED t?me sort to tho amount of fluo.000. THIS SECTION. tery Tho new sldo walka oi conccto THE GREAT EVANGELIST S T Harris and A C Carman, topavements are about completed on Currey avenue and wlt certainly gether with Sheriff McCarty, will ot election commake a handsome building annux to lompose. be board missioners In Lincoln county this Lancaster. year. The appointments were made lllnom Davis and Miss I'eurl Doaln, yesterday at Frankfort by thp Statu ot Cartcrstllle, eloped to Jelllco, Hoard of Election Commissioners. Tenn, where they were united in Mr Harris represents the democratic party nnd Mr. Cnrman tho republican marriage. Uoth are high clnss men In ecry way Washington bought a horso ot and will make efficient ofricals. Wm OjBSafeLi.ii Memos Humphrey, for fM- - Humph' Other election commissioners for "t:st!cs Is this section, lire s fri rey tuurni n oit'ic tinnr oi juuit-towr Tho'Tlrst named being n republiMurphy for f.io. can and tho second the democrat Adnlr U. F StulU, HstHn Hurt. W'ood Uovti N. K Tunis, FOLEYKIDNEY PILLS Anderson Aloiuo StrulB,'a,. Cox Tonlo In quMy'and action, quick in Casey O It. Wntaon, E C Moore ackche, headache, Uarrard It II. UnUon, J I. Hamilton For results. urinary ir Jessamine J T Vlnco, w.uuronnugn dlzilneis, nervousAeM, a regularities and rheumatism. JalaaaaaaK '"JlMaV jflMF, Knox W.r ranter, j. m. uiiueri. and Tanner. Laurel Q.A. Bettle. O. O. Drock. uennen, u. uaies Madlsci-Wai- er -- ACT I NO QOV. COX NAMES MAN TO FILL THE VACANCY. . r in-la- g Oenrgo Reynolds, one of the best known men' In tho West End of Lincoln county, met a fearful death on n Inst Tuesday afternoon, when traction englno he was driving, wqnt tnrough the wooden bridge ovor n small oreck between Turneravllleand McKlnney Mr Reynolds wna pinned nt the hips by the big wheel of the englno against the trtono nbutnionfon nno sldu ot the bridge nnd It was almost two hours toforo tho rescuers were nblo to release him. He died that night as n result ot the Injuries he sustained. He was 4'J jears of nge and tncs several children,, his hi l to the wile having preceded oro.it He) ond several ear. by Mr Reynolds was nrcon-panlctwo colored men, (ivoigo nrd William Ilrock, on tho engine They were pull ing n thretber from one wheat Held to another Wfien tho engine went down, his assistants were thrown Into tho creek nnd miraculously escap--l Danvlllo to, Stnnf:rd....flno maca!il serious Injury Mr Reynolds Indam. sisted, however, that tho mon who Stanford to Crnb Orchard good endeavoring to extricate him. were macadam should help the othors before do good Ho maintain Crab Orchard to I.ancnster ing anything tor him ed that ho was not hurt. It Is said macadam ' that he was caught In an upright po Lancaster to Richmond.... ... .good sition axalnft the stone nbuttnent, macadam (Richmond for dinner) and hla body wa evidently so be numbed by the Tearful pressure that Richmond to Lexington ...extra tine ho did not realize the terrible condi tion he was In. Tho remains of Mr. Reynolds wcro Rowland. laid to rest after appropriate services at McKlnney. M,rs. Myrtle Collier who has been visiting her parents, Mr nnd Mrs. J School Begins Early F. Delaney, returned to her home ut ELECTED Bedford, Ind., Sunday. MISS ETHEL HILTON At tho meeting of the Board of EduTO FILL VACANCY IN THE cation, J. T. Mundy was nppolnted FACULTY. chairman nnd W. C. Camden, SecreStanford graded and high school tary for the first division of public The September 5th. schools of this county. will open Monday Mr. W. C. Camden has the place as The prospects are flattering for a general manager of Land and Bucgocd school, In fact the outlook looks In making up the route for Its endurance and reliability run, tho Ixiule-vlll- o Auto Club Included considerable of Lincoln county in Its second day's Itinerary. It's ofriclal schedule suys, of tho route and conditions of the roads: Tho total length of the tour will br 440 miles, nnd will require two lflf n halt days. Harrodsburg has bB 3d as tho first night contr 'cl tho motorists nro scheduled to n distance of 148 miles, with tl Farm as tho noon stop. Tt 'c ond day's tour will end nt WlLwt.es-tewhere tho travelers will spend tho night at tho Brown Proetorla Hotel. Tho second days schedule says: Harrodsburg to Danville, .good inacn'dam (via Burgln). County Superintendent Garland Singleton has Just made out n list of the tencheis who will conduct schools In Lincoln county this term and their assignments. The list Is aa follows: Francis North, Hustonvlllo Nell Bills, Mnreland n r, - '!. i Ophla Warren. Crab Orchard Morrli Thompson, Stanford Doll'e Singleton. Stanford Mn. 1. Hubbard, Stanford Sa 1 Howard, Crab Orchard M Dollle McBee, Stanford II D Phillips. Stanford Jc lo Newland, Stanford Fannie Hatfield, Stanford lla l'ettus, I'reachersvlllo LI21I0 Pettus, Preathersvllle Knte L. tVells, Crab Orchard Nettle Bogle, Hustonville Lula Farls, Hustonville Viola Brady, Stanford Herbert Reynolds, Eubanks, 'leo T. Bourne, Lancaster Walter Singleton, Stanford Virgil McMullIn, Eubanks T. D. Lay, Waynesburg Zora Baugh, Waynesburg Sarah Oreer, Waynesburg Hobert Burnett. Stanford J ' , , ' hoa-tlta- better each year. The faculty has been completed and' it Is with satisfaction that the tnistees 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 from the county board of examiners. This ap plies, of tourse. to those who do not "ichoo" district whose tax Is live, In 20c, or more. Pupils expecting to en ter this will bring their certificates with them the first day of school. Those who have not this certificate will be charged tuition, at the regular rates;4 (JreateV advantages are being offered each year. Since a high school education can be obtained in this way It Is certainly a great Inducement to all who can to take advantage ot IL Miss Ethel Hilton, of this county, a Colgraduate of Campbell-Hagermalege, Lexington, was elected to the vacant teachers place this week. Sho is said to be very well qualified for the place. n hanan's grocery and soft drink stand here. Mr. John Dennis who has been manager Informs us that he will go In business at Brjantsvllle. Mr. T. D. Martin stuck a nail In his foot Sunday and Is giving him some trouble. Rev. D. M. Walker will preach at our church Sunday at 3 P. M. . A, Hurat and Sidney Jennings have Just returned from the fair where they had a good ttme CHURCH ITEMS. , J. W. Ireland, Stanford ' Clrra Carter, Stanford Hopper, Stanford . Lena Palmer, Stanford Annie McKlnney, Stanford 1 Francis Adams, Stanford . j Prof. S. S. Robinson, Hustonville Kate Bogle, Hustonville Lula Cochran, Hustonville Mamlo Vancle, Hustonville Prof H. C. Wilson, Crab Orchard Bessie Hocker, Crab Orchard Mrs Margaret Spltler, Crab Orchard Prof. J. S. Flanagan, Kings Mountain Ma-gar- et A. H. Long, Kings Mountain Mattie Llpps, Hustonville Mrs. Stella Montgomery, McKlnney Julli Williams, Eubanks Lucy Hubble Eubanks Cyrus Johnson, Kings Mountain Mrs. Caleb Newell, Waynesburg Elsie Singleton, Waynesburg Ethel VtUon. Crab Orchard Curtis Wilson, Crab Orchard Bertha Lucas, Crab Orchard J. A. Hays. Waynesburg E. L. Qrubbs, Moreland I A ' Lansing Lanham, Hustonville J. Mt Sales Mr. H. B. Floyd has gone to Shelby- i llle, Ind.. to take treatment. Mrs. Nora Barnes who has been the guest of Airs. N. McCarty, will return to her home at Knoxvllle Tenn., this week. Miss Arnold Engleman who has been visiting her brother. Mr. Matt Engleman and also Miss Mattio Floyd returned to her home In Danville last week. Miss Mattie M. Floyd attended tho vnnnnn. th Armenian, w preach at the Hustonville Christian church Sunday. The revival services are continuing t thn Christian church with very able sermons by Dr. Morrow. Many people from otanford and an., Vr iha Midnfv 'fittpnried the ki South District Baptist Association at Hustonville this weeK. James i. Wilson, or Harrodsburg. was moderator ror the third term while r Danville, was ti Pnt chosen secretary fortho 15th consecutive year. Stanford was selected as the place for the next annual meeting next year HERE'S TOUGH LUCK. (Danvlllo Advocate.) Mr. Harvey Merrlman who resides on the farm ot Mr. M. J. Farrla near town ou the Perry vllle pike has been having a streak ot bad luck. Some time ago while building a barn, he post. attempted to hoist n twenty-foo- t The post fell and struck Mr. Merrlman on the leg, breaking tho bono Be recovered In a short time and resumed work. While doing some carpentry work on tho same building, ho fell from the scaffolding and broko his lex azaln That was six wfeks ago and he began walking on tho broken limb some days ago. Yestei-da- y afternoon as he was stepping Into his front door he slipped and fell and the bone was again broken. He will be confined in bed for somo tlmo. iip W. T. White, OUenhelm E. Bennett, Klngs'Mountain Cornelius Floyd, WayBesburg K. G. "Martin. Hustoavllle Caleb Newell, Waynesburg Roscoe Wheeldon, Crab Orchaid Dennle Gooch, Waynesburg Julia Damron, Hustonville E. G. Gllllland, Kings Mountain " Fannie Spears, Moreland, Young, Waynesburg Fannie Elizabeth Lay, Lancaster Effie oung, Waynesburg Ola Godby, Waynesburg Agnes L. McCora, Moreland Delia Godby, Stanford E. O. Gooch, Crab Orchard. Maud Brown, Waynesburg V. C. Gllllland, Kings Mountain Ethel Adams. Eubanks Annie Holtxclaw, Preachersvlllo Harvy Hopkins. Stanford Ruby Currell, Stanford Mary Wilson. Crab Orchard "31 1 I t , t IWiPJHHHbWPIsbM Blue lick VstaH Baptist Association ut Ellisburg last week. Quite a number of our people will attend tho association at Hustonville this week. Bro. Jonrs pastor of tho Huston ville Baptist church will preach lor Is next Sunday. Everybody Invited. ITCHING ECZEMA WASHED AWAY Imi Shu-gnr- BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Mercer proposition tor the right Bun AUo come to see a fine farm of SAVED FROM Wfl'UU PUUIL 100 acres in Oarnvrd county right on so nar wr "j nevsr ii", , ngui at railroad aiauon, ftno nt Manchester writ, i wt leu frightful Improvements, first class land price Ohio, H. R. No. 3 "aa when a tough and lung trouble pulW me jiao par acre. Write us for to U5 pounda is spits of many ,0 of other farras ,n UnColn and lemedles nnd the beat docjors. And counties. that I am alive today la due solely SWlNEBROAD, HUGHES Dr. King's New Dlacovery, which, completely cured me. Now I weigh rne Real Estate Men, Lancasr. J60 pound nnd can work hard. It at , , so cured my four children ot croup" For Sale NIce residence oa Main Infallible for coughs and colds, lt's tho most certain remedy for lagrlppe, ttreet In Stanford, Ky,. the frontage asthmo, deaperato lung trouble ond all 0, lot iarg0 eB0UgU for another build- bronchial nffectlons. BOo and II. A in ,ot A" "fcessairr outbuilding trial botUe freo. Quaranteed by (. Everything In good repair. Price L. Fftany. druggist. f 1.760. A' bargain, see L. B. Hugties, REV. CHA8 0. TILLMAN. Who will conduct the annual camp meeting at Jumbo, this county thta year. He la said to be n very gifted speaker and earnest worker. We have tor sale at a bargain splendid bualness In Stanford. Owner baa a good reason tor going out ot buslneus. This Is a money making P. -- cata-dow- n to."""1 t Is lo worth 23 cents to you to stop PICNIC AND DANCE. awful, agonizing itch? Surely unaa. mcuowbh. you will spend 25 cents on your drugA urand picnic and platform dance, Itockcaatle D. B. Southard, William gist's recommendation, to cool and will b slven on Saturday A115 27. Foynter. heal and sooths that terrible Itching iu KuJtell's Wood Ht MllUdgevllle H V. I'helna. M.H. Ueenard. -- D. 11. UoaaU. W. Brlggs. eruption? By arrangement with the. Tbta will be an old fashion dance Shelby ri- - D. D. V. labraoHee ot Chicago wa aro and picnic. Good music- - Plenty to Spencer WL. vaauyae, able to make a special offer ot a glnton. cream and co drinks guar- bottle of their oil of wlntergreen eat Ice Wayne 8 L. Wright, J.R. Wllhtte. grounds. Boys Whtttoy D.Y. Lawson. K. B. Prltca- compound known as D. D. D. prescrp aatsnd to be on the cosae. Police ard- tlon. Call or write or telephone to brlnaryour girls and Admission guaranteed. We absolutely Saugars & Tanner. Mgr. know that the Itch Is stopped at once free. Wm. Gaddia OHIO VALLEY EXPOSITION CINCINNATI LIVESTOCK. by 1), D. D. prescription and the cures TO THE PUBLIC Aug. 29 Sspt 24, 1910. all seem to be permanent. Having suffered loss to my dweU-InA magnificent parade will take Cincinnati. Aug. 26. Cattle Reby fire and being Insured with ceipts 847; market steady and quiet; SOMERSET FAIR. 3 hour to pass a given point will com-ao- a Sept. ma'rk the openlaf of the Ohio valley AUjT. Jeso D. Wcarea, the Insurance man, fair to good shippers Round trip tickets via Queen & Stanford. Ky., It Is with pleasure I2C3.75;. Hogs Receipts 2.73S; marExnosttlon. Aug. 2VtU 1S10. Special low rates to Cincinnati, O., via the Ctescent Route will be sold Aug. 30, that I recommend the above Jesse ket 5fl 10c higher; butchers and shippublic for pers 8.769.25. .10u.20; Hgut Q. & C. route have ben placed in 31, Sept. 1 and 2, gocd returning un- D. Wearen to the Insuring a 3.67; market steady; vAsk ticket ageat for patUcu-lars- . til Bept 3, 1910. The round trip rate hla prompt attention and liberal seteffect. W. A. Beckler, General I'asseu-go- r tront Junction City to Somerset for tlement of my loss. Signed, C. 0 11.7544; iambs, market steady J3.75 I this oceanic U $1.43, Agent. Cincinnati, O. if 6.60. UhtartLratfrirfl 3.11. Wilder, 1'ulnakl E. wsiey. E.F. McGorvey. that iu..ii joh 25-re- st We aro enjoying the much needed rain which done much good to corn and tobacco. The picnic given by tho Sunday School last Saturday was well attendIU ed and about 25 was raised lor Everybody had a goon new church. time and splendid order. Everyono who wunes 10 tuumouw for the new church can do so by calling on Miss Mary Stringer or A. ap Y. Daugherty. Any sum will be preciated. Mr. nnd Mrs. Oblo uoiton, 01 Lan caster, have been visiting Mrs. EUk Daugherty of thli place. Arrived at the homo ot Mr. aao Mrs. J. W. Sowdera on tho 19th, a Mother and baby rinmocrat. doing well, and tho father doing are as wgll aa could bo expected. Tobacco, harvesting has commencea In this neck of tho woods. g 30-3- 67; 8hep-Kecelpt- Tn7 I . -A l, - tfftI mmmSSmmJSgggjiLiMSm fti .i.rr ni at, . 1 J tam-two- . THK INTERIOR JOURNAL. KJUOAY, AUUU3T 2, 1910. JILaAmS E5lMl2i2Mi.llMaaiaM ' Tf ?. r W Complete Dispersal Sale Of The Finest Herd of Mules And Brood Mares In Cen- - iiftiftiftiftWV bbbbbbKlSl. ' BBBBBHKCLi iWfc - Bl .BBBBBBk, -- Si H J3f E.-- -3 k P bbbbbbbIbH-ifHHJMlV1 VM jj - !Py4 m W. -- ' 3.JraBBBBn J tral Kentucky ! 130 ! iBHCm rH ' t a H&i L""AbIb1bbbbH ba WH MULES AND BROOD MARES ' Having Sold My Home Farm And Deciding to Change My Business, I - 130 ; 5 Will Sell Publicly On Beginning 9 o'clock a. m. Sharp, my Home Farm, one-ha- lf mile South of the Railroad Station, on Somerset street, Stanford, Ky., the following property, to-- it: w WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 7th io, at at wVn7.;;Tn7i: II j ONE JACK, NAMED SAMSON, S?Io,S!dired,byLBnl GoebeI; he by lhe great Joc B,aclburn, that sold for $1,825. Samson is the CHAMPION MULE JACK OF KENTUCKY. hi rnlf r. unn mnrn nromlumf . lt,V..I.,.l... O.I. Es .t- - ri... u ana sev?ral " ntraI " m as n any jack's as the Lancaster. Danville. Harrodsburtf. Ixindinn. l.iwr,wi,n.i,B,i dV m Fairs, this year, the nly fairs at whichtheyTfave been shown to date. This Jack Will be Sold at 1 o'clock .r:: :: ol' two-year-ol- B,ur i--i ..... ty SHARP! i V Twenty Colts, half of them Mares, 16 Yearlings; half of them Mares; 20 half of them Marcs. Nearly all broken to work including Six Pairs, Well Mated, Fourteen Mules, from 3 to 8 years old, including one pair Premium Horse Mules that weigh 3 000 lbs' Twenty of the above are show mules. I Have Won 175 Premiums in '08, '09 and '10 to date, which is more than any other breeder or dealer in this State can say. AH the mules I won the premiums on, except three, I sold last fall, are in this Sale. 60 BROODMARES 3 6 20 10 Irtd ft Jacks, Firfyfi 2 My Gnat Hull Jack, Samsin. ' 60 " DRAFT 8TOCK; WEIGHT ABOUT 1.100 LBS. " DRAFT STOCK; WEIGHT FROM 1.100 to 1,200 LBS. DRAFT STOCK; WEIGHT FROM 1,100 TO 1.400 LBS. 14 to to DRAFT 8TOCK; WEIGHT FROM 1,100 to 1,500 LBS. to Draft 8TOCK; WEIGHT FROM 1,100 to 1,600 LBS. 10 SMOOTH MOUTHED; to 12 DRAFT STOCK; WEIGHT FROM 1.U0 to 1,600 LBS. MOST OF THESE MARES ARE WELL BROKEN TO WORK ANYWHERE; AND ABOUTONE.HALF HAVE COLTS THIS YEAR THAT WILL BE SOLD AT THIS 8ALE; AND THE OTHERS WERE BOUGHT IN THE SPRING IN INDIANA, ILLINOIS AND MISSOURI DON'T YOU NEED A FEW BROOD MARES? THERE IS NO STOCK ON.THE FARM THAT WILL PAY BETTER THAN MARES THAT WILL RAISE 35 TO $125 MULE COLTS. THAT'S WHAT THEY ARE BRINGING IN KENTUCKY TOnAY AND ThIrV 2?2 NEVER BEEN SUCH A DEMAND. THE BEST COLT8 ARE OUT OF MARES WITH FROM M TO DRAFT BLOOD THEY MAvriTirU2 BONE AND WEIGHT AND 90 PER CENT OF THE SHOW MULES ARE OUT OF SUCH MARES. 2 2 2 11.7&10-YEAR-OLD1- -4 2 4 SIX A CHOICE SHETLAND PONIES. AND KITCHEN FEW FARMING (MPLEMENT8; HOUSEHOLD FURNIIURE, INCLUDING SOME - 'THIS. WILL BE AN ABSOLUTE CLOSING OUT SALE OF MY MULES, BROODMARES, ETC. I.WILL HAVE CONVEYANCES MEET ALL TRAINS ON 8ALE bAY. DINNER WILL BE SERVED AT THE HOUSE TO ALL. IERMS1-A- II sums of $10 and under, cash In hand; over $10 a credVofS months with 6 per cent Interest from date, of 'sale; puYchaser fng a HANDSOME ANTIQUE FURNITURE, AUCTIONEERS I. ' ' g amw - v bankable note. M. DUNN and T. if D. ENGLISH. u. .. 4 V J. H. Battghman, Stanford, Ky. Hon. W, H.Shaflk'e will havo his blo closing out sale of ; t C muts, mare t, etc, at Stanford, tptr ". 6. 4 &i ' r Ilwinu--q fcjjT EHTOI!IXT-T- J: t.. mwfMfrmammmmmmm '. i j, Mnir., . ?! Mt- - , - rrmn 'xwmm m 4 FA SS8SC IkMMMWMHUa nx - a-- fa- -. - imiiiiiii 11 imillkl fl C 1 SO xim - . .jamimSmSiSSS3fSSSm3SSSlmSSSiSSSS "gjMiit in, J I JI FRtDAY, AUGUST H, 1118. s ftftftft4H V THE INTERIOR JOVMOU ' TAOE Titmm 3 0 - Q 0 3 8 a BIG SALE! I will offer for sale at auction at my farm between ? yjif a the Crab Orchard and Somerset turnpikes, one mile from Rowland and two miles from Stanford on , $ Tuesday, September To Head 01 Mules, 1 - 6, 1910. 02 3J Da 2i Horses, Jacks tf jenneis . 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 Warfleld. 1 Suckling horse colt out of Golddust mare and by Ashland Brook. 1 Short yearling horse colt out of draft mare by a son of Pence. 1 Yearling horse colt out of trotting-bre- d mare by Beau Naboth. 1 Yearling horse colt out of trotting-bremare'by George Hur. 1 Yearling horse colt out of draft mare by thoroughbred stallion. Yearling filly out of draft mare by a son of Wilkes. 1 Yearling filly out of Preston mare by Beau Naboth. 1 Yearling filly out of Dorsey Golddust mare by Ashland Brook, 1 Yearling filly out of thoroughbred mare byjhester Peavine. 1 Yearling filly out of Marion Squirrel mare by' Chester Peavine. 1 trotting bred mare by Beau Naboth. d G-ambet- - - 4t I-- -:- - . two-year-ol- d IF" "-- - MULES. I.' ; -- - Suckling mare mule colt. 8 Yearling mules. mules. 38 5 mules. 1 mule. 1 two-year-ol- - ; g ; - d . . three-year-ol- d d :, - four-year-ol- CATTLE. c & ,, t feeders, 20 If not sold before I will also offer 40 good feeders and 20 head other cattle of different weisrht, good 1,100-poun- d 900-poun- d " 3 - 10 TERMS $10 and under, cash in hand. Over $10, cash or a good note, aue in six monuns, Gearing o per cent, interest. Sale will be held rain or shine. Dinner served on the grounds. '$& Col. J. P. Chandler, Auctioneer. HOGS. fine brood sows, bred to farrow the last of September. .htifo .v i k f . - W. H. SHANKS, J. II. Baugbinau will Stanford, Ky. sale of brood niarca, -- lave lie closing out rauta, Etc., 'Wednesday, Sept. 7. ft IT w & ifc mw?- - - - v - FBWftlNif AAiUiittMMfffJJ -m -I- I'umm'imil -- '" '.. ";"J,M "T'Tt? i i ' - .liii,iii,aii,i ji iyiiiiiii .1" . '' y .! nm f- - FHIDAT, AUGUST !, 1910. WHY UfTKUOK JOURNAL, FRIDAY, AUGUST CALCITE DISCOVERED IN 2, 1910. The KVWIT Interior Journal Established TUESDAY 1 80 WEAK. Skin Affections 1872. AND FRIDAY At Fer Year In Advance. SAUFLEY HELTON Publlthtr Entered at the Post Office at Stan ford, Ky., at Second Class mall. W. P. Walton writing In the Lexing ton Herald, has this which will be pood news to ninny of us water drink crs, who have had drummed Into us by anxious mothers from early childhood, the runnlfold dangers attendant upon drinking wnter at meals: One by one the old superstitions of the medical profession are getting knocked out. It has long been one or Its strongest tenets that to drink water with meals was to defy natural health laws and court that most aggravating of diseases dyspepsia. Believing Impllclty In the proposition, many a man has almost choked to death In his effort to choke down a dry morsel of food, eschewing water and unas poison. But such time-wor- n tenable destroyers of the pleasure' of eating, like that which used to prohibit a typhoid patient from drinking Anything but warm water as he lay burning up with fevered thirst, are making way tor saner practice. The Journal of Experimental Reor the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research, says the faculty finds from experimentation that water is rot oniy good for the digestion, taken durlriK meals, but Is an actual pro moter of health and happiness. One of the subjects given a quart of water at each meal gained a pound or nesn a day, the experiment showing that the stomach, Instead of refusing to work because of the great quantity of water, multiplied the gastric Juices search, published under the auspices Sf and Increased the secretion. Instead ot under the old belief that water Is Injurious when taken with meals, the Rockefeller's doctors' word ror It ed In a clear and concise manner In and eat, drink an be merry, using Adam's ale to any extent without rear rendering his opinions and Judgments of unpleasant results. The world Is he manifested no Inordinate desire moving und medical science is get- for wealth or distinction and spurned ting Into the procession. Lthe overtures or the tlatterer und tho our esteemed Atlanta applause ot the public. With courage We're afraid correspondent Is a much better of a Caesar, the eloquence of a Web grooer than political prognostlcator. ster or Calhoun, and the logic and disIn the democratic primaries In Geor cernment of Jetrerson or Clay he was gia thi week. Former Gov. Hoke led by pure impulses and enobllng smith won for governor over the In motives, and was never happier than cumbent, Joseph M. Brown. Smith's when his conduct was approved by popular majority in the Stftte was ap- his own enlightened conscience. proximately 4,000. Two years ago When considered with those who opBrown, whom Gov. Smith had remov posed his Ideals, be was as a. rushing ed as chairman of the State Railroad torrent compared with a stagnant pool rnmmiBslon. defeated Smith for re or the light ot the sun compared with election by a popular majority or a twinkle or a distant star.. more than 10,000. The language ofJHoly Writ, "Know In his former campaign Gov. Brown ye not that there is a prince and great made it plain that he did not Intend man fallen this day in Israel?'" would prohibition apply with a change of time and to enforce the State-wid- e laws of Georgia, and after two years place. of this policy the people of the State His freedom from factional alli have decided to go back to the poli- ance, his fidelity to bis friends, and gocies which resulted In the State Ills manner of dispensing Justice to ing dry. rich nnd poor, friend nnu foe alike en "Cannonlsm" played an Important deared him to the people. Hence the part In the Georgia congressional pri- sorrow over his passing away Is not maries and brought about the defeat confined to relatives, but the people, of Leonldas F. Livingston and Wil throughout the country, feel keenly liam M. Howard, In point or service the loss as he guarded their Interests the oldest members ot the Georgia ngainst the thrusts of designing and delegation in the National House or unscrupulous Individuals and factions Tho right against Representatives. that seek gain and distinction, even Livingston ond Howard was, in each at the sacrifice of tho general welfare case, based upon the Representatives' The truth of this assertion Is manialleged desertion of the democratic fest. Official corruption is the bane party during the special tariff session ot our country, nnd It exists under the of Congress whin the bolt of 23 demo- guise of honest intention. crats camo on the famous Fitzgerald Let us cultivate thoso sterling motion. Just another straw showing traits uf character and high ideals that the people won'i fctand for Can- which mude him famous. non and lilt, methods, or "those who M. D. HUGHES. are caught in his company And It is right. Kidney Trouble May be Sapping Your Life Away.. Stanford People ON WHETHER INFANT OR Have Learned This Fact. GROWN PERSON CURED BY ZEMO AND ZEMO SOAP When n healthy man or woman bedown without apparent gins to run An Unusual Offer. cause, becomes weak, languid, depress The mnn nt the drug storo b.ijs backache, headache, dltzy to ccry person, be It man, woman or ed, suffers spells and urinary disorders, kidney child, who has an Irritated, tender or weakness may bo tho cause of it all. Itching skin to come to our store una Keep tho kidneys well and they will procuro a bottle of ZC.MO nnd a keep you well. Doan's Kidney Pill cake of ZEMO soap nnd If you are not euro sick kidneys and keep them well. entirely satisfied with the results, Can Stanford raders demand further come back nnd get your money. So confident are wo ot tho efficacy of proof than the following statement: Mrs. T. S. Elkln, New Danville this clean, simple treatment, thnt wo "I feel make you this usual offer. Pike, Lancaster, Ky., says: ZEMO Is a clear liquid for external very grnteful to Doan's Kidney Pills for tho benefit they brought me. uso thnt has cureJ sft many cases ot My back was very lame and thero eczema, pimples, dandruff and other was a constant jmln In my back. forms ot skin eruption. ZEMO nnd Doan's Kidney Pills went nt onco to ZEMO soap arc the most economical the root of my trouble and entirely ns well ns the cleanest nnd most effor alfectlons Jl relieved me. I have not the slightest fective treatment whether on Infant' the skin hesitation In recommending Doan's or grown or scalp, Penny Drag Store person, Kldny Pills, ns 1 know they live up to all the claims made for them." For sale by all dealers. Price 50c. Moreland. Co, Buffalo, New York, sole agents for tho United name Remember the Little Flora Drcasler, daughter of States. Doan's and take no other. Mr. and Mrs. Drcasler, aged 12 years died of typhoid fever last Thursday. Mrs. N. J. Cone has returned from A Brief Tribute a visit in Central Ohio. Mr. Robert Ford sold a bunch- of The death of Judge M. C.'Ranfley feedlng steers to W. H. Llllard at was a loss t:i the Judiciary' an.) to the Danville 'at 5c per pound. , His brilliant caro-TCommonwealth. Miss Ethel Cone and Miss Lizzie on. the State and Federal Bench, is Evans attended the Perry Me fair. The ball game between Moreland well knern, Mid. having admired nlm and Hustonvllle resulted In 1G scores Tor years, 1 only desire to testify to tor Moreland and 3 for Hustonvllle. those superior trait and qualificaMr. and Mrs. Benlce Gover,ot Somtions which gave him eminence and erset, are visiting their son R. L. Gov which were In demand and valuable, er, here. Mr. J. P. Mayfleld deputy counsel, like gold and precious Jewels, because of Somerset, Is visiting the Moreland, so rare. Camp of Modern Woodmen. lie was free from guile and deceit, The Modern Woodmen Camp ot treachery and prejudice possessed of this place, will attend the Somerset a rich store ot legal knowledge, to- fair In abody, September 1, and will gether with scientific and general In have an old fahslon barbecue on the formation, which was always Impart- grounds and at night retire to the hnll Fostcr-Mllburn -- PULASKI. The discovery of calclto In large quantities on a farm Just seven miles west of Somerset, has caused considerable excitement there nnd steps have already been taken looking to the formation of a company for tho development ot the mine. The Stnto Experiment Station Las' assayed the quartz and pronounced It PS per cent, jhiro xalclte. It Is located In hAlf u mile of the proposed railroad which Fertilizer Is now "being promoted. rock has also been disco wed near this mine, but no official assay has been made ot It yet. Master Joseph Claunch, of Somen set. Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W McKinney, Tw Walker, of days with spending several t nenn f Wnwl nn Miinlo nvnnniv R Mr er, Mr. has been his broth W. Walker, on Finn nvei.-ue- , . Tl I era Danville Advocate. COLORED COLUMN Sg,g," WALK Are to-day Vtor rKGISTlWO SSSSrWtplWOMf I Mi and initiate 50 candidates into ModTuckAir, ern Woodmen of America. or Mr Wm. Newell sold his farm two three weeks about ICO acres lor J 100 an acre It Is spend Air. orarid Mrs. Alex with his parents Pe'yton. known us the Joe Cotlee farm. MVs. Henry Saultcr Is visiting her brother Jesse .Myers In Lancaster this Mow's This? week. Barnes Williams returned to W offer On Hundred Dollara Rrwird lor ut Indianapolis Sunduy alter a week's M et Catwrb that cannot be curtd by UaUa visit to bis relatives and friends. Cftt&Rb Cure. T.J. CHENEY TOfdo.0. Allss Katie Haynes arrived Saturday W. tse troamlnrd. hare known CO. 1 CUntr r. tor tie Iwt II Tr. and twUrrt aim prrtrctly boo. night to spend a tew weeks with her oraMe In all buMsoa Uauactlonf and nnaottaUr sister Airs. Harriett Salter and othN to carry obi an? obimuoo unit oy a ana. ers Vance Salter came home from WlULIO. KM!liN MlHTIX, Saturday nlgbt where he TcImSo. o. Lexington Wholle Drurfcu. Haul Catarra Curt It Ukrn artta eirrctlj npen tnt blood and murootInurullr. of Ux has been working for the last three rurbra rrrttm. Trtthsoelale trot trrc Price II rtsu par months with his mind made up to rebotur. Sold by all Drurrtou. main in God's country the rest of uls Take UaUa Famtlr run lor rocrttpaUoa. day 8 factured in every leather used in footwear and in almost every style conceivable at $3.50, $4, $4.50 and $5 the pair. We believe them to be the best on ter Airs. Mary Alice Moore who the sick lUt. Mrs. Hnrtoy Logan, man's shoe went up to (.ran urcnaru to spend a wearing and best looking week with her sister, Mrs. Geo, er. Frank Peyton, of Indianap olis came home Sunday night to made S tier. Czar Jannln, o Husftouvllle got ties thw blue Ellis," outtof five shows. here of Louisville. Is Buforu ou business, Geo. U. Harris Is attending the Harrodsburg fair Mr. and Mrs Nelson AVoods who have lived In Bonncyvllle hae moed to town and are living In FrankAdklns' bouse on Hustonvllle street Preaching at the Baptist church every Sunday. Sunday school at A. M, . Mnrnlng services 11 A. M., Educational meeting at S P. M., night services nt 7 P. M Rqv A. L. Cauldcr pastor .Misses Minnie B. nnd Lizzie Bailey went over to Harrodsburg to attend the fair yesterday. Rev F M Turner, of Lexington, will preaih at the A. M. B. church Sunday Mrs Mattle Lewis went up to Richmond Monday to see her sisIs (.Harry Ilroaddus Reporter.) Lincoln county fared well at the Danville colored fair, William Owsley who showed the McCarty string showed stven tiroes and got six blue -- OVER - - SHOES ness Mr ' the , "the most extensively advertised footwear in the world. A pretty big statement, but it is true. Manu- ' TJami Ma 1 ' . & are t from feet M and ls.c rods! Ml nnd tllle, Mr. Mr. not Mout ren i to-da- y. ten, i Mqp.C H. J. McRoberts. G. L. Penny R. H. Coffey E. H, Coleman ed tt lllnes rod si ed" Ur tr burg are r Mr 1'lnei visit Ml twerl to h Iianv! Mr. and c Alan? i .LXs4aiKSiS) We Have This Season Ice Cream Soda Water Phosphates a vlsl er an Mil rlnna mlllln her tl nbroai Grips Juice jtjwPtfSSBJmLBiV ji TrBfr Jm jFs7 The Hoosier Drill With All And aJLarge List of Genuine Thirst Quenchers At PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. th. Latest Improvements E3B2BBBBBBBBBBBBSSEER I.L.Beazley&Co., W. A. TRIBBLE. Furniture and Undertaking. Day Phone 28. Night Phono 133. ffli5tf YOU CAN BUY We can make it to your interest-tpay us a call. o Your coal cheaper right now than any time in the year. FARMERS Read This if You Have Sheep. & BjSSnab&TaHaVli'CJIPH &?:!: S2?3 4BBfcaaHaf,SjSJBBtaaT '"2&.aflBmV'2italalHw iPJPBBKaUa " I tal rM fMry sTrZBiraw ia .Stanford, KenturMy, I r m 1 4 CONCRETING Wiarlnpoiltlontodonllklndi of concreting, audi a. Illock Work, l'aramenti and. in fact. w can make any thing from a nouaedowntoaf.nco poit. We can aerr jou promptly and guarantee work and material. (Jail and get oar price, before you buy your material at leoit. Crat-clai. Letus WITH LIFE AND POLICY SAVED. You can make a new start after the tire. Without the policy what a hope would bo lees and dreary outlook jours. Don't risk It. Have us Insure you today so that It tire come tonight as It may. you will not wake up to- fill your bins withourP 0 X RIDGE COAL at 13 cts per bushel. Clean Coal; No Slack. m Morm Lmmbm-Mo- Woof-M-or ti ro Tbat'a wh.r. profit ar to ibp raliint , tot joq cannot nt tfa bli croflu sdIm. joa Imp joaranlmu Om from worm. Muttca Undertakers and Embalm. Also Dealers in Furniture, Mattings.RugB. They wdl exchange Furniture for ill Kinds of Stock. Give Them a Call. Prices Right. en. morrow a ruined man. Fish & Pennington, Stock Repay Caro LVETl . M STANFORD. - KENTUCKY PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. Harry Jacobs, braler In und Manufacturer of Phone 11. J. H. Baughman& Co. If you have anything to eell in the Stanford. Ky., Phone200 will poattlTaly daaa oot tt worm., cot only In yonr abMD. bat In ST.rv othtr animal on your plw. Tnl. wonderwork rfl lot jtm.dr will daatror and upal trtrr Jk and aaalmllaU er.rx ounoa of food II tat, jk and BihVt It a wond.rfol toniccaol eon. M of diuoo.r. II cotti bat Uj VTM J3 v par caad lo faad. The care you give stock, especially in feeding, u returned toyou ten fold in good bard cash. Keep your Horses, Cows, Sheep and Hogs in good condition and free from wonna bj; feeding Marble and Granite Monu- When Hungry goto Ileitaurant Lane tier, Rtreel Htanford. K. Meali served at all noun up to UJTr. tc. Beit place In wcfor a good qnlck Marker, and Pom, (VrneLry and Lawn Vutesaiid Httei. Ofllca uuU works, Oarton'i Ky. ments, itavxrIt. 8. V.Taiaso.is. r.ll Company. SALWET This wonder working medicated salt ia easy to feed and costa but little. It puts tho animals' stomachs and inteallnce in perfect condition, so that every particle of, food ia dl- Scsted and assimilated. Sal-V- et work quickly and positively. A package for 75 cents. , l. u taaou.aciurcu VJ U. K. rU CO J. C. McClary, STOCK -Take to 11 Bal.Vut mohl Ay 1 meal. Cooking to mil our cuitomen oar ipeclslty. Bplendld new line of fancy Qroccrlet. Hot Coffee, Handwlehei, plei, Mutter milk andlmeetiullk.etcat all tlmei. i Nunnelley's New Stock Yards Eel s every day in the year except Sunday. Bring on your stock. Ueet market in the Ktate with plenty of cd and water Lest ccvered pen., outside of LoulivilleJ or Lexington. STANFORD, KY, We alio do a general hitch and feed kuainese. V. A. CARSON, Prop. He buyfand VltTWaOO, lBJO. j .j-irt- c PeilCe BrOS., B. O. CARTER. Undertaker and Embalmer. triBM Stanford, Kentucky. NewLlverv, Depot Street, raoao. STANFORD, r-- r KooMlPnooeW. KY- - STANFORD, KENTUCKY;. Phone . &i lA T,'"T"" - mrf . WW WW - WWWlWWinniPVPWPPPHp THE INTERIOR JOlKNAI FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 1010. ' JTllDAY, UOUBT , 1J9, The Styles Arc the newest New Yorkcrcatlons. The Coats arc the New 32 to 34Jnch. The Material You'll Be Carried Completely Away ' inR 01 5 - the bktrts pleated Irom the knee down. range from $IO0 to $82.r0. Prkes Come and look. With the Style, Quality and Reasonable Prices of our first showicw ran Tailored Suits. One thing that will strike you above any other feature of thess ;oous is inc liicgant Workmanship. - Tlmu mmf In llinrw Waiet. Serrfe anrl Racket Weavn.-fj- alsn'- art? ; o ,.,7 v,... ... ...- - ...... .. Broadcloths. The colors arc Black, Navy, Brown, Plum, Green- e' Grey and Leather. .. " Prices range from $10.50 to $32.ou. m . ' ' Come and Look. --- sj J .v SEVERANCE & SON, Miss Mary Dunn, of Dan villi, la the There li a new line of 20c hot special Taluei at Penny's Drug guest of Mrs. J, W llaughman. Wore. MIsb Uclle Hoot, of Danville, Is the guest of Mrs. J. C. Hays. PERSONALS. ... Mr. and Mrs. James Mcncfeo left Mr. J. II. llaughman made a busi this morning for Crab Orchard, where ness trip to Lonnon on Wednesday. they will spend a week. Danvlllo Mr. 8. P. Btagg, of Lexlm Advocate. the guest of friends here. Mr. Ueorge Hopper Is back from jMM Kit Huftmnn It vliltlng Mn. a visit to Perryvllle. Jamle Carpenter In Crab Orchard. Mr. Joe H. White, of Dallas Texas, Matter William Walton's frlenda It here on a visit to friends and relaare glad to near that be la Improving tives. -(, from hta serious Illness with typhoid Mlas Elizabeth Bailee entertained fetor Lexington Herald. with a porch danco last evening In Mlaa Prill Ncwburn of IlustonvlUe, honor of MUs Virginia Portwood, of and Miss ElltabeM Adatui, of Oroen- - Lexington, and Mist Francis Bparks, Texan, havo returned from a of Mt. Vernon. About 15 couples illle, to Mn. rtodmnn Keenon In Delightful refreshwere present. ments were served. Miss fiuth Allen la visiting In Stanford and Huston-ville- . MUs Lelln Wheeler, of Nashville. Mrs. Kdwln 1'. Morrow and Mays- and Miss Annabel Wheeler, of May and of the family of on, Charles, MUs Stella vllle, arc guest llustonvllto. Attorney Den Waddle are nt Crab Mr. Chnrlea Wheeler at Springs. Somerset Times. Mr. Ixgan WooJs has been the je-- Orchard The following ladles from here atsister, Mrs. J M. guest of her at Mra. Jean Wnr tended tho Ilaptlst Association (rint andIn daughter, Miss l.etltla IlustonvlUe on Tuesday: Mesdamcs Wcarcn, Mary Penny, A. C. flailed relatlvci In Harrodsburg Jesse K. J. Drown, A. P. Ilunn, J.' B. , Mojiday. Danville Mcsscngor ' Lincoln county relatives were grlcv Illce, Mary Dllllon and Misses Marie Mahony and Llzxle Davison. ed thli week to learn of the critical Mrs. Ulackcrby, wbo It visiting her In Illness of Mra. Luther Ohcna sister Mra. Will Bright, underwent u Mr. and Mra. tllvcna mov-r- r slight operation on Tuesday and much from Lincoln county to Harrods-b"iirto the delight of ber many friends Is a number of years ago. Uoth doing nicely. county. are natives of this who Mlsa Klliabcth McDearmon, returned to Mr. C. H. Coleman been tho charming guest of Miss on Wednesday afUT a short has Plnevllle Ilcrta Jean Penny, has returned to visit to bis family here. ber home In St. Louis, Mo. MUs Kannlo Sparks was here bo Misses Kate Denton and Harriett trains oh' Wednesday en route iwn-to their Upplngton have returned to her borne (n Ml. Vernon, from home In Lexington after a visit to Danville. Mls Minnie Woods. Mr. It. W. Hocker, of Kansas City, .Misses Linda Millar and Dorn Misses Lucy, Sarah and and children, Btrnub have landed In New York after Margaret arrived Thursday to make a three months trip abroad. They a f Islt to his brother, Mr. J. H. Hockaro expected homo In a few days. er and family. Misses Edna and Halllo Llpps, of Miss Minnie Btrnub went to "In gono to Ualtlinoro Thursday to buy hr fall IlustonvlUe have rlnnatl on s where they will study tho latest millinery. Miss Dora Strauli will meet In millinery beforo tnklng posiber there, having ut returned from tions as trimmers abroad. 1 g. g. g n crea-lion- Stanford, Kentucky. ,. Mr Will Severance this week buying, his .Mr and Mrs. Tom ed rooms from Mrs. was In thj city Misses Florence nnd Flossie Tay- lw n ... ..I. I. In.. Ihnl.' fall goods. '411 .1,1-- ;, II, U VI IWI, nf n.nlillln .IBII.IIJK Knds have rent- grandparents, Mr nnd Mrs. J. M Liberty News. Sue Yeager on Miss Uertn Jean Penny has gone to street and will move to Oraysvllle, l'enn., to visit "her uncle, them nt once. Harry Lackey and Qeno Aldrldgc Mr. James M. Saufley and wife. Miss Frances Tomllnson, of Uar-rarof Lancaster, took the train here guest latt week, of Mi Wednesday ewnlng for Kansas City. Will was a Ilaker MUses Marion Thornton Mrs. Pied Micbcnbergcr wuo has and Elizabeth Hall are visiting M'88 been 111 Is soraownat better, Eleanor Tevls of Shelby City. VerMr. Sam Hoblnson Mas been sick sailles Bun. Mrs. J. S. Rice entertained Informfor several dayt. ally but delightfully at cards on Mrs. Mary Dunn And .Mls Mary Thursday afternoon In honor of her Elizabeth Watts, of Louisville, have guest, Mrs, W. S. Sheridan, of Louisreturned home after a visit to Misses ville. The home was attractive with cut flowers and potted ferns. After Mattle and Dettle Paxton. the game, which was a very enjoyMiss Hattle Jean O'Pannon, of able one, an Ice course was daintily Dallas, Texas, Is the attractive guest served, the colors being In pink and white. of MUs Roberta O'Dannon. MUs Susan Fisher Woods, having MJss JnnIo and Mr. Warren Hock- the highest score, won tho first prize, er have icturned from a delightful a dainty fan and the Ull to relatives In Missouri und oth- booby was won by the guest, Mrs. d was a pretty Sheridan, and er points In the west. hand-paintehand-(tainte- flsBBH Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Smith and family, of Jelllco, Tenn., hove relumed to their homo after a visit to Mrs. It. D. McKlnney at McKln-ey Miss Prill Ncwburn and Frances Adams, of IlustonvlUe, were quests this vek of Miss Annlo McKlnney. 'ltrrtll UilU'r. Abu has been III w'.lh fypbold ;evr at his homo In the I Ix rher rectum. Ir much Improved. John II Shanks left last night for Columbus Oa., where he will be engaged in the pule and stock nuylng and handling business. Ilia wife will Join him a i.Ule later. Mr. and Mrs. Garfield Hunt, of Ue Hubble section, are receiving congratulations upon the arrival of a line boy In their home. The friends of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lake are extending congratulations upon the arrival ol a beautiful lltt.i daughter In their homo. of Mlsa Lcttle May McIoberts, Ijincaater, visited Mra. H. J. Mcnob- erts here this week. Mr and .r8. James T. Menefiw, of Danville, are here with his parenu Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Menefee. Mr and Mrs. llallcy Hill and Mr. and Mrs . I. Wearen attended the llaptlat Association at IlustonvlUe on Wednesday. The Current Kvcnt Club was delightfully entertained by Miss Pau'-lr- o Hocker on last Thursday afternoon at her hoir.o on Somerset street. About twelve or fourteen number were present and the subject for tho The afternoon "World's Workers" principal paper was read by Mrs. W 111 Orlmes and was much appreciate ol. Tho subject for the next meetDelighting will bo Book Reviews. were served and ful refreshments n wee Mesdames W. Alcorn, E. P. Woods, Annie Nannie Woods Kitchen, J. N. Saunders, J. F. Holdam, of Crab Orchard, W. M. Morris, of Oklahoma, 8 D. Uartlctt, Dettle Dush, J. W. Ireland, O. O. Perry, S. M. Saufley, E. J. Brown, J. F Cummins, Carroll Snanks, T. A. Rice and MUses Sotlo e Alcorn, Kate Alcorn, Pat Alcorn, Cooper, Clara Cooper, Frances Cooper, Sue Rout, Mary Druce, Sue Woods, Sue Taylor Engleman. J. Lu-cl'- plate. Among the guests Attention' .My store win bo oocnr for the next three weeks and I will have for sale, retail or wholesale, the remainder of my stock of hardware and groceries at and below cost. Now Wenrcn, Is the time to save some money. O. D. Hopper, wt-- i p Tho six shares of First National InterDank stock advertised In thu For sale or rent, my home eoroUt- ior Journal were sold to W. H. Urady ing of four rooms, good porch and' all' ' at $160 a share. This stock is a necessary out buildings, 4 acres of investment. i land In connection. Mrs. O. A. Hunt. Mrs. Starks Glasscock died at ber Rowland, Ky ome in Shelby City this week after There have been a great many Mjf an Illness of several days of typhoid She was a most excellent lady salen in this section lately, but trmnvfever. has been none In recent years Uuu DeG5 years of age. and was about has been tho equal of the two ceased It survived by her husband sales which will be hrJC-berMrs. Nlmrod Sink-horand one daughter on September 6 and 7. Read thir of Cincinnati. A summer tonic that braces thn FROM SICKNESS TO "EXCELLENT body and brain, cools the system- .- -HEALTH." Regulates your stomach kidneys and So says Mrs. Chas. Lyon, Peoria, 111., liver. That's what Holiister's Rocky Foley Kidney Pills ountaln tea will do. 35c tea or tab- -I found In your a prompt and speedy cure for back-uc- he lets. ShugarF and Tanner. and Kidney trouble which bothbooks' "lor 1910 are now The ered me for many months. I amI now rpady. tax Settle now and avoid the-- rush enjoying exccllenl hcaltli wu.ch owe to Foley's Kidney Pills. Shugars and and confusion of waiting until the lartr Tanner. day. W L. McCarty. Sheriff. Lost. Box of Irish crochet left on L. & N. Eastbound train last week. Reward for return to Mrs. W. 11. gilt-edge- d e - ' Does not Color the Hair i Short Local News. ward. Lost, ladles' coat on' Lancaster pike. Return to this office and receive re- Dotrojrt genu that cauM dandruff an4 hair. Cuict rathe and crupUoiu of tcatp. Food to the hair-but- t. Qvlnln. A strong tonic, antlMptlc, itinnilant. Sodium Chlorld. Cleanalns, qjlU Irritation of teals. CtMkum. IncrtiKi activity of gland. Sag. Stimulant, tonic Domestic remedy of hlah merit. Water. Perfume. Akohol. Stimulant, antiseptic Sulphur. falUa Insredlent of Aycra tialr Victor Gbctrln. Soolhlnt htallns. ? , - A For Sale. 300 bushels of large onions . Thompson Uros., King's Moun48-- 4 tain, Ky. A new supply of table ware at the Country Store. Lost, In Stanford,, Saturday to this office. Show this formula to your doctor. Ask him If there It a single Injurious IhBftdfart. Ask him If he thinks Ayer't Hair Vigor, as made from this formula, U the best preparation you could use for falling hair, or for dandruff. Let him decide. II now. J. C. Aran Conrurr. Lowell. Uia. ft fmmmmmmwmmmmmwwmmmmm m a pair of gold frame glasses evening. He-tur- n - mi i-- Mi mi ! fo vJ A nice line wagon and buggy whips at tho Country Store A new.supplw of dollar watches at ne Country Store. Eor Sale The hbuioVon East Main street known as the Pennington place. Apply to T. W. Pennington. Four room cottage on Dnrst Street Soc J. C Florence at Post olfico. 5.- Hient. For they adjourned till the next meeting which will bo with Mrs. P. M Shelbyvllle thla week, attending the fair nnd gllng his "constUs" tho glad '.ncni.siiinn Harvey Helm wns In c7- - V S'4 s.me. f a1 l.7 'ti . w 5S I ftitttitimriminil TYLES ever. hnnd. Mrs. Jennlo Kly, of Stanford, Is spending several days with Mrs. Marvin 11. Adams. Danville Advocate. Miss CynUila Hell, of Corbin, V the guest ol Miss Louella White. ir. wiiiinm Moreland, of lngton. Utlie guest of hor daughter, Mrs. W O Shanks. Mr Sam Hurt... Is hero from his iinmo at TuBcalcbsa, Ala., tho guest of his mmhn. Mrs. Mary Misses Elizabeth Tlmrp nnd Katie Cass, of llrodhend, nnd Miss Eliza beth Vermillion, oi uauwuu, a.u tho MUs Adn Wesley through fat r. .1 uer i y Ulack boar shoat; weight pounds; 'nip off left ear. Please return to Steve Rice. Under a good picture of him the Danville Advocate of Tuesday said: Hon. P?ter M. McKoberts, of Stanford, spent several hours yesterday In Danville and stated to friends that he felt certain that Governor Will- son would appoint him to fill out the vacancy In the circuit Judgeship occasioned by the budden death or Judge M. C. Saufley. He is a competent man for the exalted position and Is a brother of Mr. W. U. McRoberts, of this city. 75 -- Lost. The Kind You Want For Canning Tomatoes. ii n Li W. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, 'J! W. O. Martin V ". TOOK ALL HIS MONEY. Often all a man earns goes to doc-nch, Liver or Kidney troublo that Dr tors or for medicines, to euro a stom ach Liver or Kidney trouble that Dr. Klcz's New i.ifn puis would qulcki L. It. Hughes T. W. Humble ft letter than Factory equifyed e -- p joooo:li5,S Tobacco Savers 1 cure at slight cost, llest for Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Dillousness, Constipation, Juundice, Malaria and Debility ISc at Penny's Drug Store. I iUW f1TWrlTTAlU.fi Lb 1-A- uunrnAsUi) I Sr Wehavejustreceived very with new macmnery throughout? All methods of manufacturing improved SOi style direct roortion value d$ - i in ' J V :P "50' too. Smart Stylish and Flex- ' x 1907, I bought and used 20 of the Dixon Tobacco Savers in T with them in two (seasons, I feel that -and from my experience tobacthem. The can not oflbrd to tiy to raise tobacco withou or hauled to the barn as eoon as cut and all danger co can be space; at least house burn ia eliminated. They economize off. Tho cau bo put in the barns. The worms drop th w color and cure, much brighter in N. T. ARMSTROhG higher price. President Scott County Warehouse Co. one-fonr- th I ille to the last degree. The new models on display today. You're cordially invited to inspect them. j , o O O O i a Gecrgetown, Ky., Juno 20, 1900. For Sale By beautiful line of New Fall Ginghams. Band trimming: and colored Embroidery to match. Also a full line ofblue grass Madras in all colors. Callland see them before you buy. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD, I Cummins f This store Is & J Wearen, IV. H. HIGGINS, YOU HASN'TSOMETHINQ STOP IN AND SEE IF HE WANT STANFORD, KENTUCKY. the home of Hart, Schaffner & Marx clothes g Stanford, Kentucky. $ $ i aggafrate ' t u. KENTUCKY J mm Bt'ffi jqtwt-fqimm- ! i"iiHMwiMHi.miinVni niintiM 4iiwiiii4fcwwwwppwMywwjhi'i win i.r PAGE BIX T .mj i TJM HfTWUOK JOURNAL PRTDXT, AU0U8T , ltl. I Appalachia Exposition, Greatest Ever Held In VltW. 3st The South. 12. iBIIIIIIIIIIIIIKrZLW McrrvA.v Hsve ytn week hurt, ditty fr4WiWftWJ Draining wier meets r ur do you esrerltet4a over the heart, shortness o( breath on tdni nd the miny distressing symptoms wkfeli i4te4 poor circulation sad had blood P A heart blood and that his stood the test of over 40 years of cures is body-build- Faint f tfjr !, clock-worlr. CJ. Jams W. Gtcst SU88ESTED FOR LEGISLATURE BY AN OLD TIME DEMOCRAT. J. H. i KENNEDY, KENTUCKY Will be Glad to RICHMOND, t '; Vy , "i r 11 Dr. Pier cc'sGoldenMedical Discovery At Knoxville, Term, SEPTEMBER 12, TO OCTOBER Magnificent nnd mammoth build- ings More to sec and nmuse than ever offered nt n Southern exposition. I J 0,000 In purses for running and trotting races. 110,000 In aerial exploitation, by ma chines of Wright Brothers, Stroebel and other neranaut. "See tho air Ships." The heart hceotnel regular as The red blood corpuscles are increased In number and the nerves in turn are well fed. The arteries are filled with ood rich blood. That is why nervous debility, irritability, fainting' spells, ditappear and are over come by this alterative extract of medicinal roots put op by Dr. Pierce without the use ol alcohol. Ask vour neighbor. Manv have hern cured nl scrofulous conditions, ulcers, "lever-sores,- " white swelling, etc., by taking Dr. Tierce's Discovery. Just the refreshing and vitalizing tonlo needed (or excessive tissue watte, In convalescence Irom levers or for anirmie, people. Stick to this safe and sane remedy and refute " jutt " kinds offered by the dealer who it looking; for a larger profit.all Nolh at food in will do you half as much food as Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. d of Tompell " Mulball's famous Mild west and 25 other shows of note. They were seated In tho parlor and the lights wero burning dim; Ureotest bands in all America. He was a diamond hero she n fan Quite fair and trim, ADMISSION TO GROUNDS SO CENTS But they knew not, as be opened up the game by murmuring love, IN DAY. AFTER 6 P. M, That father was the umpire on the stairway just above. 25 CENTS. "I love your form," he murmured first; "with me you've made a hit; Remember These Special Dates, You've got the curves, you've got the speed, and you are looking fit Live stock nnd races.. Sept. l.-- l Now, If you wish, my turtle dote, 1 will make a hit likewise. Night horse show. ...Sept. 13, It, 33. Won't you Improve my single state and make a sacrifice?" Bench Show Sept. 22, 23, 27 Oct. t "I'll never play too far off base," he murmured In her ear; "My Salary Whip ha got tho stuff to put them over, dear. Toultry show Oct Wright Brother's airship days Just give the signal for a steal and I'll no longer roam, Sept. And when I slide into the plate please call me safe nt home." Stroeble's dirigible baloon. Every ." matchless fire works grand battle of the clouds and Tain's "Fall 25,000 In A Base Ball Courtship. Pigeon and pet stock show H. Sept But nsldo from his In Congress. .tunny other splendid qualities, Ool Ouost Is a man who could not be approached or Influenced by tho lobbyists and rorruptloulsts who Infest the lobbies of the Capitol, and his broad view and cen Insigiit would readily detect the "Joker" In many of tho bills that are introduced In the Legislature tor tho beneut of tho greedy Crab Orchard, Aug. 18 There will be many matters ot great Importance to come before tho next session of the Kentucky Legislature besides th? election or United State Senator, and It behooves the democrats In every county In tho State to pick out good men to represent them in the next General Asnetnbly Lincoln county has been ably represented in the last two sessions of the lower body by Hon. V. n. Shanks, of Stanford, n young man of ability an1 Integrity, who Is a" credit to any community It occurs to tho writer that It is no time for the Hast Knd of tho coun ty tn send a representative, nnd no better man could be chosen to carry tho banner of Democracy to victory, than that splendid old soldier nnd affable pvntlcmnn of the old school, Col. James W Guest 6f Crnb Orchard That Col. Guest Is n man of marked ability, none could deny that have ever come In contact with him. A keen sense of humor that only smart uen ptoses, and ery few of thm. To possess n keen sense of humor Is to know mankind; to know their many weaknesses and petty conceits. Col. Guest Is endowed with great gift to n marked degree, and he would nunin a place In. tho Legislature such an Proctor Knott enjoyed 8erve any of his Lincoln County Friends and qualntances. REPRESENTING e- - ' , PETER BUHOHARD, OF LOUISVILLE, AT WILL BE . GLAD TO EXHIBIT PRICES. DESIGNS OF MONUMENTS GUARANTEED REASONABLE ALL WORK TO GIVE SATISFACTION m Lincoln County national Hank Of Stanford, W M, Kentucky. , CAPITAL SURPLUS RESOURCES S. H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT" $ Afj.OOO.OO $ 50,000.00 $340,000.00 BRIGHT. CASHIER, . W. O. Walker, 8tanforJ; S. DinEOTORSl H. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter,6tanford John 11. Foster, Stanford; W. H. Shanks, Stanford; T. O. Kan- - . kin, Lancaster; J. 11. Paxton, Stanford; W. H. Trajrlor, Gilberts Creek; IL L. Hubble, Lancaster; W, H. Camming, Prcacbereville; Lilburn Gooch, Gilbert Creek. HAYS FOSTER. CLERK. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, STANFORD, KENTUCKY 22-2- 3 day Sept 12, Oct 12 Pain's fire works every evening Sept 32, Oct 12 Battle of the clouds Sept Sept. 26, Oct.1. Fall of Pompeii 19-2- 4 the dope complee, the maiden softly sighed; "Show me your batting average ftr'Mr. Dradstreet's Guide. It takes a lot of speed these days with cunning and lntrlguo To vln a battle now and then with the Grocer's League. "I've got to hae Special rates every day, and re"But give errorless support" his heart here took a bound; markably low railroad rates to Knox"And let me live In Big League style and I may come around. ville and return on Tuefday and Uuwrap the tangle from the dope and you can cop the bet; Thursday as follows: We'll play the double header, pal, on any date you set" J3.50 Stanford 13.70 He started, warming up at once and wtth a happy sigh Moreland 93.70 He whipped a fast one around her neck the other was waist high; JuncUon City But here the umpire butted in she said "Oh, father, please See This Great Exposition. Don't call him out he's showing me the way they work the squeeze." W. The year aro fleeting and ns tho 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 "bono thief" ns ever crossed the border with Morgan nnd', spread terror and consternation In the, heart of the Yankees. Threo cheers for Colonel Guest! Nominal him by acclamation and when the Legislature convenes, you will find that Lincoln county will be represented by tho best man in the General Assmbly. He was a groat friend of the lamented Judge M. C. Saufley A Democrat of I860. your health round to ot advancing yrars to conserve your physician forces for a ripe and healthful old use, guard your kidneys by taking Foley' Kid- nuy itemedy. Khugars and Tanner. To keep avoid the Ills ago when every man defended his opinion nnd principles with his life. ORGANIZED IN 1682. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. corporations that attempt to dictate SURPLUS EARNED, $22,000. laws of the commonwealth. the HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $2 I 6,500 We still lovo to honor the men who Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety fought beneath tho folds of tho bat cross In the days of long Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers. We Solicit Your Account. d OFFICERS). J. S. Hocker, President S T.iHarris, II. C. Oaugbman, Cashier. W. W. Saunders, Ind. Bookkeeper J. IL Harris, Bookkeeper i; DIRECTORS. F. Held. . II. Uioghrasn, M D Elmore, J. M. Pettus, II. C, Baoghmao, J. P. Cummins, S. T. Harris, no. C. Robiasoa, , S. Hocker, E. C. Walton, W. H. Murphy. RURAL TELEPHONES. MR. FARMER: Make your home as modern for your family u a Ice, residence, and place yoursclfm a position to get the laUet market quotation! at any time. This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with the benefit received. Call or address our nearest office or write direct to headquarters, Nashville, Tena., for Information regarding our special "Far mers' Line" rate. If you are not at present enjoying telephone service, we can immediately interest you. Our lines cover the States of Kentucky, Tennessee. Mississippi, Louisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana and Illinois. EAST TENNESSEE TEL. A TEL. CO. (SXOOIiroBATKD) J. OLIVER, President FARM SALE The old man gave an irate snort and said "I'll help the fun By showing him another play that's called the hit and run." He swung like Wagner at his best a clout The courting man slid down the steps the old man yelled"You're out!" g AT AUCTION ! Win With Mosey SUGGESTION OF CONGRESS MAN HELM'8 OPPONENT k premises about 2 2 miles west of Bryantsvllle, on the Fishers Ford road on WEDNESDAY, AUG. 31, 1910 As administrator of the estate of IS B. M. Swope, deceased, I will on the Some typewriter advantages which, when investigated, inevitably lead to the selection of the Smith Premier Remo-tble aed intrrcKs-tssK-ls PUlem RcTtf uble Tsbulsbx rUck A single motion is quicker to make t . If fell to the highest and best bidder the following property, towit: Tho fine Blue Grass farm of 232 acres located near Bryantsvllle. The place Is in a nigh state of cutlvatlon finely Improved, well watered, well fenced and Is a farm that has few it any equals In the Blue Grass coun try. This farm must be sold so that tho proceeds can be divided among the heirs. The sale will begin prompt' ly at 10 a. m. Terms will be made known on day of sale. Also at the same time and place the following ad ditional property will be sold at auction: 6 shores of stock In f,he bank of Bryantsvllle, 10. head of sheep, four steers, 10 milch cows. 2 heifers, one bull, 1 bay mule 1 lot of hogs, 1 bay mare, 1 spotted pony, 1 bay horse, 1 gray mule, 5 calves, 1 horse, 1 spring wagon 1 farm wagon, harrow, wheat drill, barrows, plows and numerous other farming implements, one rubber tire buggy am harness, one piano, and piano player, household and kitchen furniture nn other articles too nhmerous to mention. 5. K SWOPE, AlraT ot B. M. Swope, Deceased. Col. I. M. Dunn, Auctioneer. TURNPIKE CONTRACT The undersigned committee of the Lincoln county Fiscal court will on Aug 31st 1910 at 1 o'clock p. m open sealed bids for 50 rods of gravel or stone to be spread on the Kings Mountain and Duncan .pike. 10 rods to be spread, beginning at John McKee's line and ending where the top dressing on Bald plko now ends, at places to be designed by the turnpike supervisor or by Squire J. A Singleton and 40 rods to be spread on the bed rocks beginning at or near Mrs. 8ims' farm, this 40 rods to be spread solid C inches thick and tight foet wide. Prospective contractors will state In their bids whether the stone Is to be crushed by hand or machine and from what place or places tho stone Is to be gotten. Crushed .stono to be ot a size that will go through a two Inch ring. If tunnel rock is to be used to be broken sufficient to go (Louisville Times.) Following a speech by Richard L. Eaell, candidate for Congress on tse Republican ticket from the Eighth Congressional district of Kentucky in which Mr. Ewell said that the way to turn democratic votes into the Republican fold, was to spend raoney"ju-dlclously,- " Senator W. O. Bradley moved that the session of the State Central Committee being held at the Halt house this afternoon, be made executive and the representatives of the press excluded. According to Mr. Ewell it will bo an easy matter In his district to change the I.C00 Democratic majority Into the Republican column, If $10 bills and fifty cent pieces are distributed where they will do the most good. "There is more than one way to get a vote," explained Mr. Ewell to tho committeeman. "Money, it it ls used right and at the proper time, is an ex cellent argument for the Republican party. The only thing necessary to e" compass the defeat of the Democratic party this November Is to get aioro votes than tho Democrats. I do not say that the practices of tho olden days, when money was used lreely should be resorted to, but I do know that that was a mighty effective manner of turning defeat into victory." Senator Bradley was anxious and iii til rnso during tha time Mr. Swell was expressing his plans for defeating the Democratic nominees for Congress this fall in Kentucky. As soon ns Mr. Ewell, the candi date of tho Eighth district, finished taking, Senator Bradley said that It would be advisable to exclude the press and all disinterested parties from the meeting. When put in the form ot a motion It was carried without n dissenting voice. A DEFINITE PURPOSE. Foley Kidney Piils give quick relief In cases of Kidney and bladder ailments. Mrs. Rose Glaser, Terre Haute, Ind., tells the result in her case "After suffering for many years from a serious case of Kidney trouble and spending much money for curea, I found Foley Kidney Pills the only medicine that gave me a permanent cure. 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The thieves were Commencing Aug. 19 the Q. & C. evidently looklne for mnnnv it i Railway will sell excursion tickets thought that they are the same paron Fridays and Saturlays for 10 days ties that broke into GalbroJtu'e store to 8prlug City for KhMt Springs. last week. i... s aiaiaiMsiiMI V J PSpsMSsSM c c 4ft SSsBBBBBBBBBBBSnSB sBBBkkBSMaM VsBB I SSah 'I .8 i Xso lH VbspB1P'ssss"BMbsn tBsMsasBHPfJMsssWsasflsBMlssissBV j, K .1: sssspBBSssssijiiiiiiiiamBisssaafimmasissisf-s- si ' , , FRIDAY, AUGUST J, 11. Of He rose to hU feet aa he spoke ad turned away from her aa4 ted with clasped band and bowed atrtwMerf. In oae moment the whete course of their Uvea had changed. It had taken an earthquake shock to do It, but to terrlflo had boen the submerged Area of mutual passions that a whisper opportunely uttered would have affected Us same revolution. She sat aad watched htta wondering what would be the end of It, She knew at last what love was, not the pale philosophical emotion she had experienced la the cabin of that yacht. God, bow the hated that rocolloctloa. How the wished that It bad never been. If untouched by man she could have been cast upon that Island to be given to this man who looked upon her aa a goddess. 8be bad told him some of her history, but not tbo part which waa vital. It had been easy not to enlighten him wholly as to that. He He knew nothing about conditions. had never soon a ship or a boat within his recollection, and the story she bad settled upon and told him was one that received Instant acceptance from him. Indeed there was nothing that she had told him, or could have told htm. tbitt ha would not Implicitly have accepted 'nnd believed. The king could do no wrong. She war Incarnate truth. And sho would havo to tell him all now. Sho would havo to put Into that puro aoul, allvo with passlonato devotion, admiration, respect, every feeling that can make up the sum of mighty love, this story of evil and shame. Tboro was no help for It. She would have lo tell htm. Hut she could not tell him now, not Sho would have n few on this day perfect hours. She would stand for a little whllo within the vale of Eden. Sho would look for a little time through the gates of hcaren. Today sho would have and she would enjoy to the fullH She roso, oftly to ber feet as well and stepped closer to him. Sho laid her hand upon his shoulder She could see tho muscles In his arm tighten as ho clenched his bands the hnrder She turned htm gently about and lifted her perfect lips to hla. She ktistd him again. Her band sought him; her fingers parted his Iron grasp, She drew hla arm about her and nestled against him. "I trust you." she said, "as t love you. I shall bo safe with you. You shall not draw away from me In such Isolation. You have waited long for kisses like this." And then the man spoke, the man In htm. TKB INTMUOR JOURNAL. took for look, word for word, touh for touch, ha gave, but the Initiative was hers Ret his. II was puttlsg a eoMtralat of steel upon himself. She saw that and was glad. It made ber bold. Womanlike she tried aad tested the blade that she had forged again and again, growing daring In her Immunity, braver In bar trust. They sto4 la one part of their wanderings before the door of what had been her cave. Hand la hand they looked down upon the heap of rocks that he had torn away. It was nothing to him; to her It was Incrodlble. She could better estimate what human strength was capable of than he. She had standards of comparison which bo lacked. "It cannot be possible that you lifted that boulder and that one, alonor she said, gating at him wonderlngly. "At that moment, to releaso you, I could have torn the rock asunder," be cried, throwing out his arms In a magnificent gesturo of strength and force. She caught bis hand with her own and once more pressed h- -r lips within hi palm. "I don't know bow to say bow much I love you," she cried. "Say that you wilt try to car na much for me as I for you and I will be content," he answered. And so there was a pretty rivalry botween them ns to which loved tho more. In tho midst of the strife of tongues tho woman spoke. She could not keep away from tho subject, "You love me," she said at last, "because you think ma 'more than I am, because," she ran on In spite of his protesting gpsture, checking his denying word, "becnuso you have seen no other woman, because " "I will not hear another word," he cried, finding voice at last and stopping her "I know not woman or man save as I know you and myself, save ns you havo taught mo by tho women of whom you havo read mo In that slnglo book we have, tho women of whom you have told me who have played their parts In tho world. All of tbem together are not like you." "That Is because I am alive and PAGB BBYKN The Island V ReiWKTillklll from Uit Krlday ) (Beating By Ber lias Be .loo um her mc more within his arms. "Hat you Bar B9t said I she began t last, "that you loved m." "There It no word," he tld, softly. "In that speech that you ham taught ms which la equal to what I feel. You don't know how I bar looked upon you and longed for you ever since you made me know and feel that I waa a man with a raan'a aoul. Night after night I have watched you aa you went to your nook In the rocki, Hut that you have taught me honor and comld eratlon, what It If to bo a gontlnman I bad followed you and caught you In the dark within my arras." 8ba laid her hand upon hi brcait and looked at htm feelingly, entreat (Continued time cam for the ctAtomary parting. I At first the would have abandoned. In the luxury of the new pasaten, of tlw new rovelatra of the old pasetoti, the customary rule, but she still preserved some lingering remains of ber common sense and she clearly perceived that It was necessary to go on as they had Society cannot proceed without Its conventions and these simple regulations were their conventions which had to be obeyed. And so they parted. Hut parted as they had never parted own before, torn asunder by their compliance with their own petty rules, their hearta protesting. !xng before the earthquake they had erected on the topmost hill of the i Ingly, with touching consciousness of bla atrengtb and ber weakneaa. "What I bare taught you," ahe naked, "you will not forget!" .... "Never! Never!" He relensed ber waUt and took her band and killed It. There waa na much pinion In the prcmire of hla llpa upon her band ai thern was In the bent of bis heart against her own, ahe folt. "You," he continued, "will say what Is to 'be done." "Not I," she answerod, plteously, "but you. I have no strength when you are by. Slnco that moment when you klsied me, you aro the master and the man, but you will respect me in my helplessness T" "As It you were God In heaven," cried the man, raising his hand as one who makes a vow. "You are to me everything that Is pure, that Is holy, Is lovely.' "No! NbP she wblipered, a look of terror coming Into her face. "Through you I "Yes." he said. know God, through you I know woman. You are sacred to me. Never again, unless you give me leave, will I press my lips to yours; never again, unless you any I may, will I take you In my arms; never again will I even touch your band Indeed, Indeed, t cannot do these things. And yet I will love you In ways of which you cannot il renin to long aa I can draw the breath of life." that i her and they are dead and away." "If they all stood here by mo on the sand, If all their excellencies and virtues were eenforcd upon one and she stood by you on the sand, my heart would turn to you. It Isn't because you are beautiful. You are beautiful, are you notT" Toor man, he had no standards of comparison, only the Instinct for the J. G. Riddle CRAB ORCHARD, KY. Buyer of of farm produce and am taytng this week for ..10c Hens All kinds I loos Fryers ,.. tent L.ggS., Ducks Hldoa ... ... ,... .... ic to 6 G Turkeys 6 9 7 2 to to lc lOo lie 5 Feather (Insoag Phone 20. ' to "c 10 to 43c human; to forgive divine." Would he Meanwhile let us the day" the old, old human be human or divine In this trial T Had prayer, let us enjoy the day despite she so trained him that be could forthe morrow "let la suffice that I love give the unforglveable? In more waya Whit mother is not looking (or you; that I never loved anyone else; than one ber happiness depended something that will help her children that no kisses tike to youra have ever upon what would be his course. If ber ta ue nine ms ui me, lumtiuni, been pressed upon ray lips, nor I be- he forgave her and condoned for the stomach trouble and the not upon the lips of mortal fault, their lore could have free bent-iobowel trouble? Long ago the prob- lieve course If ever opportunity for ably has become convinced that a woman. Let us pass the day In hapupon It presented. But if be child cannot readily swallow a pill piness together. Come, we must followed the common course of men, or a tablet, and that to "bralc them breakfast We must see what tbo not only would any future union bein half and crush them" it an annoy- earthquake has dona to our Island. We tween tbem on the only terms to ance; that usually they work too druti have things to think about, things which she could consent be Imposcally, and are nauseating and too pow, to do." rful for the tUtU one's stomach. heart, her Any mother who wHI take the trouble "I have nothing to think about but sible, but be would kill ber trust In man sometimes, she wildly Bam and address nn of sending you; nothing to do but to love you." a Ire sample bottle of a rested In God. Hand In hand, they stepped across believed, her trust that thouiaads of other mothers are using nothing," he repeated, "Nothing, and now paying for. This remedy Is Dr. the sand to the ahade of the trees, a you could fell me would make Caldwell's Syrup rpstn.,and the offer of royal and a noble couple, the splendid "that s free trial bottle Is open to any mother who has not yet used It. 1 Urine uied woman nobly planned, fit mate for the any difference." It and convinced yourself that It I what godlike man, children of God and NaSo lovera have protested, she reyou want, you can obtain It In the future of your drutnctit at fifty cents and ture, both of them In loose tunics called, alnce time and the world beaa so many one dollar a bottle. long gan. And yet things told have made others are doing--, the free sample being which she had woven from the you of Its merits. It soft grass, which left neck; and arms differences. What would It do for their Imply to convince ta the best war to bectfl on It. Mrs. L. bare and fell to knee and were belted future, this revelation of the morrow? Darts of 117 W Harrleon street. Chicago, And again she realised that the teit. and Mrs.-. Vary Balford. 1710 Coke street. In at the waist. Unhampered by any If she herself were compelled to make Ky, both suited with a rre of the debasing or degrading garments tcalrr!!!ample and now they write that they be exactly fair, for she a bottle la the of civilization, they were a pair to It, would not once prosecuting attorhave never been without bouse since. excite the admiration and envy of the would be at for undoubtedly a great family ney, advocate the defense, even It as It la adapted to alt ages, belnc gods. In some phase the passer of Judgment. pleasant to take and yet thor. mild and She would be the criminal and tho CHAPTER XI. effective. It la especially the ofhlyremedy for children and women and Ideal world to blm. It would hnrdly be eld telks, who need something pure, mild Conscience Quickened. The possible for blm to arrive at a correct and natural. It has the advantage, of They bad spent the morning to view and come to a determination una thorough laxative aad yet contains tonlo properties. Uso It for the most gether, but not aa usual. Things were stubborn constipation. Indigestion, liver different, conditions had changed. For biased and free, it sho could have trouble, sick headache, sour stomach transported him by some magic 'powand such complaints with a guarantee the first time In years the dally lesion er among the children of men, and that It will cure which she had given him was Inter- with tbem for auditory havo told her Dr. Caldwell personally will be pleased they wero both nt to give you any medical advice you may mitted. yourself or family pertaining tr school with Lovo for preceptor and story, the test would bo a true, one. deilr for What he would do then after having the stomach, liver or bowels absolutely free of charge. 1 xplaln your case In a such willingness In their hearts ns heard the world's voices, the world's to you In letter and he will replysimply senddetail made them Ideal pupils. The Biorm appeals, the world's mockeries, would our For the free sumpte nam nnd address on a postal oard or had died nway as suddenly as It truly determine what he was, nnd in otherwise. For ftther request the dootora bad arisen. No visible cvldenco of It no other wuy could that determinanddress Is Dr. W 1) Caldwell, it 500 Caldwas loft save tho tremendous thunder tion bo arrived nt; Though sho strovo well building-- , MontlccllQ III. of tho long undulating scasupon tho to be na Impartial as divinity, sho outward barrier. Tho earthquake had could not but raako her dofenso coinCUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! not greatly damaged tho Island, the cident with her Justin-catiofnlluu cliff, n few prostrate palms here t cnulurnlih the publto with tliu best. n nt tho sam.0 time with her conwill hi the frvstiust of cut flowers, plants of there, that was all. Hut thero was demnation. He know nothing of life all kluds, bulbs, potted Dowers, on short and visible evIdencQln thorn of the Btorm but what tho nnd Instinct Imd tajight notice. Alo inuke a specialty of v.rtii (or for inimi purposes. thiough which they liud passed and him, ami neither would bo safe guide In eouneotloti l(li Hie above, I lim nil which still hold them In Its throes, In this cmor; nry. Ho (quid protest kluds of vegetnWea on luiud at rviuuuabli P In the tumult of their souls. and he rnutd lillara his. prbt eats, but CjlltlHTMAN HHKKN lIUUaKM. Ki HnniAkp, Pisuh. i!- y v - e uttered Hot merely jo lus inhu iuu I'nwiiuiita ui toi-(Ky utaanrtt. was abaohitaly new and h I . urn but bofort Mir , tjii'j wrhild Ue oi lltth' i the woman It wua mt dlJMfiit from'iounl & what ImuI hiihrrio transpired that It al.i.' was i ui lv ."i l.i 'ii miiv so nsey iuii.iuif-Bin' i '1 II In II l" .1 I llU,i '( 41 i " li Tl v Mile by H im tii'iiw il Vi . in 'I ii ui v a' i ' (il.t i' 'To-morroen-Jo- y n FrM Child's Renudy lovely. "Woaian," ho said, "yours are, the "Men said so," she answered, smilonly tips that hare been pressed upon ing at blm nnd blushing In confusion. mine, save perhaps ray mother's as a "Mcn" he cried. "What men!" child. Has any other man ever kissed "I will tell you your She sighed deeply at the thought of She could not lie to htm. the revelation. "Don't aak me," she said, the futile "Well then." he continued, "It Isn't request. you are or because The man had turned away with a because wise, orbeautiful, you are because groan. No happiness Is unalloyed; no you are you are kind; It Is Joy comes Into our Uvea that some learned, or because you are you that I love you." pain does not dog Its footsteps. With because "And If I were none of these love came Jealousy before the flood. thlngsr "At least," she said pressing closer "I would love you Just the same." to him and he did not repulse her, "I "But I am not what you think me In have lored no man but you." ways," "Oh!" ha said, taking ber once more some "I could never think highly enough within bla arms, "that I might know for one moment what Is out there, of you. I know that." "No, no. It Isn't that. When I tell saw you, who folhow you lived,-wh- o you" lowed you, who loved youl" She stopped and looked at him pa"I shall tell you," said the woman. ling. After all the greater test was "Out you have told me." to come then, 'To err," she remem"Not all." "When the rest thenr bered the ancient Latin proverb, "was hr ei-ta- in ut 1 rem-ed- y, be-l- To-da- n ie a - Spring ' Summer Stock. II 'f . I e.uUu.'. i i i,,- -. . m.M, Ll ,.i v " A t "".' KIM I tji ', i .".'.':' it r. 1 I glii mlMllI '? l i,i I In I nil ibr-- kt H eareely know. Except at the very Best In The League lowest of the ebb the entrance would bo covered, and even then It would take a curious and familiar eye to dis- SPORTING PAPER TALKS NICE OF cover the entrance or to Imagine It HOWARD CAMNIT2. anything more than a deep rift In the faeo of the sea wall, At any other The current Issue of Sporting Llfo hour the entrance would be Invisible, and oven at low tide If the wind blew (Philadelphia) publishes on Its front from the sea which It generally did, page a largo size half-tonof Howthe breaking waves would cover the ard Cnmnltr, of Hustonvlllo this counentrance completely Off to one side, ty who Is one of the mnln-stmen quite accessible from the sand strip, In tho box for tho Pittsburg baseball which rose sufficiently high to afford full shelter above the high watermark, team. Under his picture In Sport a little stream plunged down the cliff. ing Llfo tho following appeared: pitcher of tho She tasted the water and found It "Howard Camnltz Pittsburg Club, fresh and sweet. All that one would World's Champion Island a huge pile of dead wood from lack would be food and the hiding vas In 1003 the main-staof the Pithe groves beneath. place could be occupied Indefinitely. rates' pitching corpa and his etfclite When they had parted ahe bad sugSho stayed In the cave somo little gested to him and It was significant time, and when she finally decided to work, ns much ni any one factor, tho Pirates to win the National that now It was a suggestion; yester return to tho outer world sho discovday It would have been a comman- d- ered that the tide had turned and that League championship. Lack of conthat he should take time to ascend the the entrance was not' completely un dition made him, however, unavailhill nnd rearrange the great heap of der water. This gave her no disquiet. able for the world's series. Tho 11)03 wood which they bad bullded. During Light stilt came from tho outside to season was his third with the Pittsall tho time that had elapsed since ahe mark the way. She had acquired the burg team nnd bis work was far suhad been there no sail had whitened faculty of swimming beneath tho surperior to any of his previous perhorizon, no curl of smoke had be- face with her eyes open and the the tokened tho distant passing of a was short. Bhe dovo Into It con- formances. Ho was born In Covingsteamer.' But no spot of the globe fidently and presently emerged In tho ton, Ky., Aug. 22, 1681. He start could forever remain unvlslted, she lagoon outside. It was tho one place ed his professional career wltli thought, and some day that pllo of on the Island, so far as she bad dis StnN'S of tho Cotton wood might ma!.e a beacon light to covered she had always thought thero League, in 1902 The following year call civilization to them. He was glad was a cave there but had never been he was with Vlcksburg, MUs., nnd In to comply with tcr ucs,!stlon, glad able to verify her knowledge which Vj04 was signed by Pittsburg, Not provided her with a shelter absolutely secure and Inaccessible, as she be- hailng bad diffident seasoning ho lieved. She had no less trust In her was" left to go In the middle of tho man than sho had before, but tho year to the Springfield, III., team. In knowledge gave her a strange comfort. 15)05 nnd 1900 h started with tho Whon ahe met him that night sho Toledo Club of the American Assodid not Impart her secret to him. ciation and In 1Mi7 ho came back lo Whatever happened now, she had a the Pirates He is a right bander place of refuge, she realized, and she was ghtd, It was a gorgeous golden wit i great speed sharp curves nnd night In tho South Pacific. They wan- fri ndld control, nnd, when right la rd man to beat. . J dered and played and lored together a under the tropic moon and stars In Island. Yet when they the gra-llkCUTE OR CHRONIC WHICH? parted each was unaccountably Sad; o matter Is for kidney trouble If It she because of what she must tell him on the morrow, and he because of - acute or chronic Foley's Kidney what he bad begun to fancy he must lU'Tiedy will reach your case. Mr. III., t'ldudo Brown, Iteynoldsville, ..hear. writes us that he suffered many monThere were more things to happen d Kidney complaint whirh on that morrow than either she Ii ths with treatment At last he tried all her philosophy or he In his inexperi- Foley's Kidney Remedy nnd a few ence could have dreamed of when they largo bottles affected a complete euro kissed again at parting and together He says, "it has been of Inestimable Here Was an Excellent Haven of said good night. value to me" Shugar and Tanner, Refuge. . lifcJ (To Do Continued) for occupation, and so he promised Public Sale FOR QUICK RELIEF FROM HAY and went his way. FEVER. disappeared, she When he had turned the edge of the ell ft In the se- Asthma and Summer bronchitis take Having decided to sell ray stallions, cluded amphitheater where her cave Foley's .Honey nnd Tar. It quickly refronted the ocean. Sbe threw aside lieves tho discomfort and suffering Jacks, Jennetts, etc., w 111 offer for sale at public auction, her tunic of woven grass and plunged symptoms disapInto the cool, delightful pool, which and the annoying Saturday, September 3rdf 1910, pear. It soothes and heals the infortunately the earthquake had not miles from Lancasdisturbed. Her clothes, the scanty flamed air passages of the bead, at my placo 6 miles from Buckeye garments she had Improvised from her throat and bronchial tubes. It con- ter and 1 underclothing, had long since worn tains no opiates and no harmful pike, on Poor Ridge pike, at the Buck out. It bad not been difficult, how- drugs. Refuse substitutes. Shugars Carter farm, the following live stock. ever, to plait of. certain pliable rushes and Tanner. One stallion by Dignity which grew In plenty upon the Island, Dare, a fine acting animal, 16 the loose and shapeless garments they NOTICE hands high; 1 three year old stallion both wore. She had used strips torn by Kentucky Pea vine; also one two from what had remained of her clothIn the district court of the United year old stallion by Rex Peavlne; 1 ing for binding and edging and pracDistrict of States for tice had made her dextrous and skill- Kentucky, Inthe Eastern of Clarence seven year old Wilkes bred stallion; the matter 1 five year old ful In the rude wearing. She still hands hlgr Jack 16 Slpple bankrupt. preserved however, the blouse and J. 1 six year old Jack 15 hands high Notice of Sale In Bankruptcy. skirt otpfrgo, htr only pair of stockhands Hy vlrture ot an order entered by 1 threo year old Jack 15 ings and the canvaa boating shoes. In the above high; a couple 'of good two year old Sometimes in Idle moments she tried J. N. Saunders, referee styled cae; I, as trustee of same, those shoes on. Fortunately for her. will on Saturday, the 3rd day of Sept. jacks. One Jennett and Jack colt at side; they were loose and easy. Going bare- A. D 1910. between the hours of 10 foot three years hsd enlarged her o'clock P. M., on the premises, being 1 Jennett due to fold In September; small and slender feet to semethlng 52 acres ot farm land, situated In Lin- also, three Jennetts bred to a big 16 like those human and 'proper propor- coln county, Ky., on the waters of hands high Jack. One extra good tions which, 'from the standpoint of Green river, adjoining the Denham three year old saddle mare. One five nature at least, bad greatly enhanced farm, and lying near the post office year old mare and colt; 18 head ot their beauty, She kept these clothes, of Jumbo, Ky., expose to public bidder ror she hardly knew why, perhaps for one sale toInthe highest and best described sheep. hand, the above This stock Is alL good and sound reason since she had been able to cash or parcel of land, together with garment so well tract weave the wattled Pedigree 19 arres of land adjoining same, now subject to be registered. suited .to her needs she had bad no owned by Clarence J. Slpple, the furnished at sale. Will also sell day bankrupt above named, and also one-hause for them; perhaps against the about 313 acres ot unimproved land. of the arrival of other civilization Interest in the growing crop upon STEPHEN L. WALKER said land. than her own. Given under my hand, this tho 19th For Information Phone 329 Y, LanGreatly refreshed by ber bath and caster, Kentucky. It shows her absolute confidence In day of August, 1910. R. A. DYCHETruitee him and his worth that Interruption never occurred to her; It bad never WILLOW CROVE8'CHOOLHOU3E come and therefore It never would (Boyle County.) Parksville she resumed ber tunic and walked T. Smith, the driller, has put down very toward the cave. The tide was a good well at tho Hanging Fork low The sands terminated on one Mr. Clarence Hocker, ot Middles-bor- school house. side In a rocky ledge where a long Willow Grove flrls are quite brave. is visiting his parents Mr and arm of the lagoon ran to the foot of A young lady near hero found a big Mr Charles snake in the cliff. The cliff had been tremen- Mrs. Geo H Hocker a wardrobe and promptly cut dously shaken, apparently, and she no- lackey has returned home after a its head off with an ax. water line a nar- iljlt to hla sister, Mrs Hugh Goode, ticed Just above the A J. Thompson sold 100 barrels ot row opening. Sbe bad thought from ot Lincoln county Joe Tarklngton, Jr corn to Lyons, the Hanging Fork miller. noises during storms that there was - UIUUVU . . tlM . I. ."- V.m- - mIV .... sold a mule colt to J T Veach, of The school bejrnn her lant Monday ,U Ilarrodaburg at $110 Miss Elizabeth with Miss Bessie Gose as teacher. opening under the water. She bad Imagined that possibly she could enter Iteyulerson, of Lebanon Is a guest of Thero wero only 13 pupils present Messrs T 13 whllo nearly a hundred are listed. It by diving, but she had never cared Mrs George A Carter Mrs. Joel Thompson has been sick to make the attempt, although by this Cleland, C D Hagan nnd John W of nervous trouble. Mrs. John Hesas milch at borne. Wobb attended tho Harrodsburg fair ter has about recoiered. Master Wallime ahe had become It aa It she bad In the water or under last week. Mrs. Annlo L Parks haa ter Avrltt. young son of J. It. Avritt, who was recently operated been a native of the south seas. Somea visit to friends In appendicitis. Is convalescent upon for times in the morning they swam in returned from Miss Kentucky, Ohio and Canada. Miss Mary Marshbanks and Mrs. the lagoon together, oftentimes she swam alone. It was a great pleasure Marie Uowfcr, of Berea Is a guest ot Mag Hyland and children, of Palpi Lick, wero visiting Mrs. John Heato ber nnd a necessity as well In that hor cousin, Miss Lottie Westorfleld. ter Mr. end Mrs. F F. Cummins, of iow latitude. Mlsa May Cozatt entertained n Crab Orchard, nro expected guests of Curiosity Induced her to Inspect at her homo Thuraday with .Mrs A J. Thompson. Miss Ella raoro closely this opening near the music, cards, ets. Messrs. II. Alvln Thompson has been visiting Miss Hal-li- e throwing nsldu wntor's edgo. Again Brown In Garrard. und Wosterfiold, Jefferson Aldrldge Tbo crop prospects hero aro as folher garment, ahe plunged Into the arm Tobacco Is from poor to fair of tho sea and swam boldly toward Guy Tucker went to tho Ixlngton lows. the cliff. There wag Just room enough fair Friday. Mesdamos John Foster only one or two extrn good crops, betweou the water's level and tho top niil Charles Itoso, of Mackvllle, visit-O"- ! nhllo tho rest nro very Irregular In size of plants, pot be hair a oron Sbe of tho oponing for hor head Mr. nnd Mrs. l. O. Itoso, last weK If we Judge by will crop roporU and found herself In n straight puwnge. Mr. John W. Webb shipped a onr In our Immediate uotlcs. the Homx toway perhaps eight or 10 fet long and here last weelt. Wr bacco tiMitiBti. Habtylte are r nrtl of lambs froin ta many wldo. Cautiously she swam toppUu; the wnull pin - i i e ma for aame. ' , through It and discovered hsreolf In ur four nnd five cents arr-id v'elt ata"(mistaMsuywi iiitu iv J4r. nad "Mrs. Joe Crowder Mgttt filtered w at an Immense cave. fine a siuai i ittv at Lalon, U ytctaueuv through the opening aud one or two tag relatives and friends it- i ...... , 'I 'I "Hit ( 'i II 'I ill and lnd.' Mr. Fred Martin, MatlMa mid fissures had bson opened her II Is l (here, by the earthquskke or by some Kmrna oi IJmoln loiiui), .iud i"i"l tl many years. of nature before, IhroufT'i ! 'ts.im. of tl.is islt.iv. lor Isb Fn ' , We gallit"! the reaky wull, Invisible oil tl' iu o . V fOt lit l'uf lust fi'fW And Journuw.l ohIbUIh ln.t a il'a tbf cllf? fiom thf il To li" im ;. tho piom' I T.k'u wis i n u i'i,"f 'i ui wh'.u A lul it, .i ' li ll.l lul ' Wi e a y o Orec-nvlllc- , HHiw e bar-fle- 2 2 , 2 1-- 2 2 2 2 lf o, .... -.- U- -- s I 1 1" "1 - i ii l Il1 1' i U 'I "III i i I" r ot . 11 I . juji-- .i i '" UMkhu ml hi i 'ill I' 1' .1... uitalw iii-- t nil mau a4v. jwiiv. KLs for ltt tin it ihd to- - i ns t'lo II., . ml I ' ,l ' J ' ." v ' ii ' i 'hi it , , H Ml 1 I 111" 11, I I" I It i 1 .ii lu til ' ' linl'l Its , ., . ,1 k.-.- ' r , uW l,or wui.. ' ,. "M tba i ",' .eniga iroui '' wut ' - i' ,, ...,-- ' - " ' , K ,',, .. ,,. ,... . . i , T t ' . itaaiU ffrf- - KVJi J- -L 0U' ? " Jfkfc rHTMuoTrouiuOir i f, 'JIUUQH X, lift. ii a i r P BUGGIES Quit Business Sale nving formed connections with Hie ! "after All unsold featur Tobacco 'Warehoused Ity Danfille, wo will bo compelled to giro aUof our tlmo to that btulnc in our repository at vehicle OCptCmDer aM IDtn. Until September let. wo ofTcr- every vehiclo ACttlcU LOSt. SURMYS, day, September 3rd, will bo told at auction. Tbia stock consists of about CO PHAETONS All new, up aylcc, ought this Hum- mer. Wot a shopworn job in the house. come early and get the choice. MAI WAGtNS. DANVILLE KY. I DANVILLE, KY. H. C. BRIGHT & COMPANY, Great Sire Dead GAMBETTA WILKES DIES AT CIL FARM IN BOYLE. CE- 'ill '"'K- - COOL KITCHEN-N- o Heat Except FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. Joo T K'mbry sold n pair of yearling mules to John I'epples fur $J2R Fresh row for sale Apply to Mrs C. R Where Needed! NEW PERFECTION, (OIL ! lISKr i i 53 Shirts, Collars L. L: SANDERS, Ma the greatest slro thnt ever or 20 acres, near ML Salejn, houseDISHES HOT FOOD WELL COOK lived, died last night In his stall nt hold and kitchen furniture! stock, am running tools. I H. Woodson, Mt ED KITCHEN COOL. NO UNDERCeclllan cock barns on South Sec- Salem, Ky. For Sale. Hlnck maro DONE FOOD NO OVERHEATED ond street in tUjs city. He was 29 Sound years old and was purchased by with rilly colt by her side. EVERY-THINKITCHEN IN SUMMER. Jesse if. Saitaln. U. and U. I'. Cecil of Cam HOT WHEN WANTED. HEAT Messrs. For Sola Fine Jerse) cow, nlo Robert It. .Tcrnll, of Itlchmond. 26 nlc,bcu room set Including springs UNDER PERFECT CONTROL AND yearn ago That Messrs. Cecil ri.s-e- nnd mattress This office CONCENTRATED. 130,000 for Uambetta Wilkes. wnen C l Cecil, of Uoyle, sold to Monte THE BLUE FLAME IS ALL HEAT ho was 10 years oid. Many flatter- Fox for Joseph Stern, of Now York, ing otters were refused for him but to head L. export cattle, which will NO ODOR NO DIRT NO SMOKE tie was ncer lor sale. The gntuo morose 1,450 pounds at 7. M. J "Fur-rl- s flold (o Tim Macanllffe. of l.ouls-vllle- , THESE ARE SOME OF THE AD groom, l'aul Helm, was In chargo of 110, acrnglng 1,350' pounds, great horse from the day ho was at C.2j, this VANTAGES IN USINOJHE brought to Danville until his death fl K. Herudon and J. L. Gill sold years thalr farm of 230 acre near Carters-villFor twenty-fou- r last night Garrard county to Jno. I, f Uambetta Wilkes has occupied the. Knox county nt 1100 nn acre same stall and his body will bo burled John M Farra nnnounces that this afternoon In front of the stall he will hao a fair next jear, WICK BLUE FLAME occupied. A handsome marble shaft and that the samo dates will bo rt Ho sercu will be erected to his memory A fanner nnd hls.w.ie killed their was the sire of 212 in the list of COOK-STOV- E was last hog and loft the carcass out at standard performers. Ills dam night to cool. It was gone next mornJewell by GUI's Vermont and his slro ing. vry dalr vrywhtr; If not yoursi writ far a DiCrlpt-- Circular They agreed to say nothing and ' the great George Wilkes. t9thnfart aganoyof they would know the first person men Uambcttu Wilkes has two half Honing THE STANDARD OIL COMPANY, their loos was the thief. Sunbrothers lhlng Mnmbrino Wilkes in day as they entered tho church the (Incorporated.) California and Ilaron Wuitcs in Okpreacher read out his text' I have lahoma. own meat to eat that you know not of Messrs. G. m many mares and V P. Cecil still by Nudging bis wife the old man whisyoungsters sired and pered: Maria, we never did suspect Gambetta Wilkes and his get are scat throughout tho United States him did we? Ex. tered John G Lynn, or the West End George Gano, for whom Satage of Stock Food Farms, sold this week to the Liberty Milling tso International Company COO bushels of wheat at 11 paid J30.000, Is one of Ue greatest per bushel. He also sold 400 bushels sons of this great horse, nranham King, of oats to L. M. Reld and 41 head ot Baughman is another. Grocery cattle to W. II. Ullard. of owned by T F. Durham Is also promising Danville. considered one of his most Thurlow Jones this week bougbi 32 sons. l.f't-pounT fucker rattlo 'ram thirty-fivgreat mares with Out of i tit 5 renU. tinned tce.-- i oror a six or more In tho list, Gambetta little later to Will Ullard at a slight Wilkes Is the5jjt of fifteen of them ndtauce in Dr'co. his offspring were champions at both the SL Louis and Chicago World's Fairs. Ills get are without equals In SALE OF LAND the show ring 2:1? Coleman. Hemp harvester for sale. In good (IMMlllo JVdVOMto) condition. W. A. Trlbble. Cambetla Wilkes No. 4659, record For Sale A well lmproed farm " , ll'TBiSS-iJl- JJ s SlSMST H a Clearance Sale Of i Clothing, Oxfords, Straw HAT8. : Hats, Odd Pants. SUITS $25 $20" $18 : T Suits at... , at $22.50 Suit Doz-lero- Lan-cnot- Suits at 8ulti at $'.5 Suits at $12.50 Suits t $10 Suits at $6 Suits at OXFORDS. $4 Oxfords $3.50 $3.00 Hats at $15.93 $3 Hatt at ... . .$13.98 $2.50 Hts at s...$t 1.98 $2 Hats at..... $9.98 1.60 Hats $3.50 $ 8.98 .,.$16.98 2.M s... $28 81.73 $1.48 $1.19 $1 Hts at.:.. at......i ODD PANTS. $..79 $ 8.98 $3.98 $7 $6 $3.29 $2.79 $5 $1 at Ox'ordi at Oxfords Pants at..., Pants at Pants at , $5.43 $4.48 P'nts $2.50 Oxfords $2.00 Oxfords at at at at...., $338 $2.98 $2.63- - $2 29. $3.50 Pants at ,.$1.98 $1.63 $3 Pants at $28 $1.98 $2J0 Pants at SAM ROBINSON, Stanford, Ky. Greer) and Ties, Biggest Line Ever Brought to Crab Orchard. River Canjp AT JUMBO, Meeti, 1.200-poun- d d e 11-- FOUR MILES FROM McKINNEY, KY., -- WILL BE HELD O- N- AUGUST 26 to SEPT. 5, '10. -.b- y-REV. Crab Orchard, Kentucky. i ' ii '1J fa ji .tan j i YOUR CHANCE For A BAR BAIN This Raise Fir Only As rnrvni jr ire heirs of Mrs. Nat.-Hi- ii OcwkJ. I will on the premise, nt abut 2 3.1 V. 11., oil LANCASTER, KY. S'luroay, Sept. 10th. 13IJ offer for ralo m publl: outcry IM BUYER OF a,cres owned by Mrs. tract of 63 0 Uood at the time of her death. Tha All mile from Turners Stanford Branch T. K. Tuaor, M'g'r. land Is about vllle on the McCormack'a church pike WE ARE PAYINO TODAY FOR: Is well watereu and all In grass PosHens GHAS. B. TILLMAN, THE WORLD-WID- E H.B. Northcott. Kinds of Farm Produce 2 Kggs ., s S24.25. See firm ii. MKKI uiw. If Friday September 30th. Oreatest event ot the kind over In Kentucky. 50 saddle mare, colta and fillies. 50 Jennets and colts registered. Catalogues now All IN ready. LIME AND SALT FOR SALE OR Every one of these jennets EXCHANGE FOR PRODUCE. should be kept In Kentucky. J. P. COOK CO.. We can p!cJ ; Phona.153 15-4- Springers Turkejn Ducks, per lb..u Roosters, per lb Hides per lb Feathers Glosong, per lb Yellow Root, per lb 10- -1 12-1- 3c session given Jan. 1. Terms will be announced on diy of lc sale. ,..'...... 3- J He COOK 7c U 1'AXTON AgenL ANNUAL 7-- 8c -5 FARMS' FIRST SALE. $500 held 25 3 Lexington, t r Others will assist In the meeting. This help for our meeting is tha best that can be had ror a revival or a great camp meeting and by the grace or Ood we expect have tho best meeting we have ever bad. ,, Wo Accommodations: furnish rooms or lenta ror those who wish to stay in the grounds. Dut occupant will please bring bedding. If you wish to buy or rent a tent please npply 10 days before meeting begins. A dining hall and lunch stand will be run for tho bancflt ot tho peoplo. Purposs: this meeting Is run toMh positive salvation or lost humanity and not a big time gathering place. We propose to run tho mecthu; orderly and not allow drinking or any mla behavior. We want that, men flee the wrath to come and prefcaro tomeet Cod. We believe la and preach holiness or heart and life but our meeting is clear of fanaticism, and the doctrine that we hold Is tho one that aves men nnd keeps them saved, revealed In our Inward and outward life. Are you comlngT Be sure to come rent jr0U B tent or build you a, cottage and stay all through the meeting. You will neer regret It. For further particulars address C. y. Lovcll, Stanford, Ky., or Dr. Krnnk CJrlder, McKlnney, Ky., or Clarence J, sipplo, London, Ky. ReSj)CCtfuiiy Yours, KNOWN SINGER AND EVANCEUST, ATLANTA, GEORGIA. QF 4 4 Ky MULES WANTED Will Be At ! Clarence J. Sipple, Sec, London, Ky. y FINE FARM FOR SALE 2 JOEKINDIG, OfYork,Pa. u ' A MAN SPRUCES UP CHOOSING A WHIP. Moreland Monday, Aug" 29, To Buy arlth much more satisfaction If he tbas an attractive, modern bath room is an easy matter here. Wt have 4to do It In. lie reels cleaner and be- (very stjle, for every use nnl at tter in evory way. Have us estimate about any prlo. Tl' o.ily whip you Wo ,Von th cost of giving you this con-- cannot get here U a poor onu. k Though our have none of that Kjud. Our whips pfcuublng Is top notch our prices are aro only a sample of our harness nnd all kinds ot horse goods. You'll tlnd 'mat the latter Just as good as the whips and equally moderate In price. W. K. WARNER, vtijUui wild comforL 8tanfora. Ky. J. C. McCLARY, Stanford, Ky. , v. 100 Mule Colts And 50 Yearling Mules r. Located on the Btnarord and CcA tenhetm .plko containing 18$ acres well watered, mo hundred acres In gnus CO acres for wheat. This land produces fine tobacco, corn and whtsi-v- ! A fine young orchard of one hundred bearing fruit trees, a modem new six room bouse, cistern at deer, cellar aad all necesary outbuildings, two teaaat houses, large bam, sew site, fre-- a Bull delivery, three hundred yards to school, 1 M miles to ulrsa church, j WHEN UNCLE 8AM BUILDS Will make tersu easy. ,W. i Dtakoa. be Is peculiar to specify exactly the Stanford, Ky,. Oox 41 Pbese S ring fc. kind of building material to be utd, follow his example and Insist on havNotice ing our lime, cemont, sand, etc, In your contracts. Thou many "glorious For the next 20 days we will sell Fourths" will pass before you need our tobacco aogsneads at "mill at spend auy mora money on your build 11.19 each. We also hara seme flnn white and brown leasers cockerels lug. for sale. Kings MotMttaJa I'laalaf J. A ALLEN, StMtfenl, Ky, Mill, Ktags Mouatafa, Ky. U'