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J 7eY + rAJfe w warw s 5 s = rJ ofJ INTERIOR JOURNALI VOLUME XXXVIL HTANFORD LINCOLN COUNTS KENTUCKY TUESDAY AUGUST 3frh 1910 No G3 I fATTEMPT D MURDER AND SUICIDE I THOMAS f CRUMP STABS WIFE AflbCUT8 HIS THROAT AT McKINNEY About 12 oclock Saturday night the I people residing a short distance south of MclClnney woro aroused from peaceful slumber by the agoulz screams bf a woman Many hurled TiedVto tho point from whence tho screams caino and woro horrified to find Thoraaa P Crump writhing In tliCL death Btrugglo with his throat tut and bis wife bleeding from BBV rural knife thrusts Inflicted by her rhurbnndInvestigation showed that Crump hud attacked his wife In their ttuely cabin and after plunging n knlfo Into Iher body several times turned the weapon upon himself and abed ula throat front oar to ear Revering the Jugular vein causing him to Mood to death in few moments rhyslclans vero hastily summoned and after an oxamlnatlon oI Mrs rumps wounds sUited that the chances wcro faor nblo for her recovery Crump and his wlfo moved to the MrKlnney section from Casey county sumo time ago and tho former was engaged In raising a tobacco crop on the faun of K L Fanner But little Is known ofv him and no one seems nblo to advance a reasonable theory for hit rash deed He was about CO yours of are and hU remains were In torred In tho cemetery at McKlnney yesterday afternoon iBit Fish CAUGHT BYHUGH LOGAN NEAft WHITES MILL Mr Ifugh lAgan of Crab Orchard Hhllc fUblng In DU river near Whites mill last weeK caught a fish which II- Botar pIs known till largest ever taken from that historic stream IfeI bud fenJte hhJ hook with a good sued winnow aaiWheh his cork dlsapj tr ed b ntaththS water he IUR4ca gin tie put du+ his llnei t Ut to histurnrlsij Ahecorkremataed undor Mr Logan put H little raore O t behind 11 next effort and to his utOttlahmeot s pulled out a channel cat that weighed I a IS pounds and measured 33 inches I tOw mouth to tall The fish had com pletoly vratlowed the bait on Mr I lxanB book although It WM ot the pKck rarlety and about fire lashes loBs 9a lib T alklt HEARD WHEN NEGRO STABBED WHITE MEN AT MORELAND nick 1Ae a bored man stab bee two white men Emmett Neikirk and Hiistoo ACrc at Moreland last reb rldAy and for 9 while there wus talk amons the friends of tho two men of riiaklng an effort to storm the Jali IbCfO that night and lynch the dIhow eOrV The two white men UfO from the t 4 i Green river section In Casey It Is t said that they came to Moreland and sought work loading lumber much Qf whlctt had been done by the i nc Met Ie became angry it Is aldi and went arter tho white men with a large knife when they resent od his remarks to them 1ShCtIW Lt McCarty arrested brought to Jail hereJLep who waa J I Ho is said to have a bad reputation wad to havo wielded his ready knife oanprevioua occasions BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Wfc have for Baleat a bargain + plcndid business In Stanford Owner f has ix geed reason for going out or- t I towtMM This Is a money making prsesttlen for the right man I AlMConeto see a tine farm or t o 0rnud scanty right on l I pure right at railroad ataUon fine i to laiproveiBenU first class land price b 1130 per acre Write us for catA 1ItIQlue of other farms In Lincoln and counties I Jr HUGHES b SWINEBROAD = IThe Real Estate Men Lancaster th j J When tho digestion Is all right the action of tho towels regular there Is ell a natural craving and relish for food ac When this Is lucking you may know tae that you need a doso of Chamberlains stomach and Liver Tablets They the dtgesttvo organ Un barscrengthen appetite and rggulatq tha Sold by PeHhys Drug Store lbo7vcis t COX BITTERLY SCORED JAMESIFOR MR McftbSERTS DECLARED HIMSELF OUT IT UNDER CIRCUMSTANCES The appointment of Lewis W Wal ker oi Garrard as Circuit Judge of this juJiUIRI district has certainly alirredsuprthe animals In some quar ters State Auditor Frank P James who writ anxious to hove lion Pew M McRoberts of this city appointed gave out an Interview lo tho reporters lor the pity papers at Frankfort In which ho bitterly scored Acting Governor Cox for the appointment ol Walker It develops that Mr McRobcrts de stared hl nsnf out o the race can1 Friday morning when he learned from friends here who had been to see Gov Cox In his behalf that th fact that he had refuccd to go to Lon don with Taylors legislature In 18JU during tho exciting times of the Goi bet contest was being held against him Mr McRobertx called up Auditor James and told him that If that fot was Iwlnij considered by the Acting Governor in tho appointment ot n man for such a Judicial position hi distinctly wnntod It understood that ho was not to bo considered an appli cant that ho hnd simply done what ho believed to bo right and his duty ai a legislator and would do it again If such condition should arise and ho were n member of the legislature again Mr McRoberts did not mince words In making Ids position understood In the premises and ho told Auditor James to tell the Acting Joy ernor Just how he felt about It A short while alter he had talked with tho Auditor Joy Cox announced tho appointment of Walker as Judge Auditor James seems to have felt very strong about the matter himself and Rave vent to his feeling In bra Interview in which he declares hat although he has hitherto favor rd Cox for Governor be is now igainst him unqualifiedly The Cln ilnnatl Enquirer had UM story ot tbu ilfolrf1 Saturday under a Frankfort date tiM cTtit nau3rer tryiActing Cov William U Cur of JaysvJllo Is a mall potato and a- very stroll ono at rtnat aallI itateAudltor Frank P James ot liar odsburg when bb returned from LeX ugtoa tonlgh and learned that act DR GoY Cox had appointed Lewis LI Walker ol Lancaster circuit judge of the Thirteenth JudJcUl district COo1I irislas Mercer Boyle Lincoln andI larrard counties Cox told me he would sot stake be Bppolntmeat saM James and Chea 1 had a con loa with him this morning from whit he said and tee letters he read me I was left un ler the Impression that be would not appoint Walker oven It he did make au appointment It 13 my Judgment that Cox made the appointment to please Senator W O Bradley ot Louisville and to se cure his Influence and his support In event bo seeks the republican nomi nation for governor Walker Is a Teat friend ot Bradfey and Bradley urged Ijla appointment I think that tine appointment wan made by Cox from purely selfish poljtlcol purposes and I know it will dQ Cox more harm than good The people of the State owe him a debt of gratitude however for In my Judgment It makes plain his position on the liQuor question thee cloaJ is thrown off nnd It seems to me that Cox Is lined up with the liquor peo lo He will not be able to fool them If he ever runs for office again fIe knows all about Walker for I told him Cox read me a letter this morning In which the Information was conveyed him that Walker had been un applicant for United States Dis tract Attorney for the Eastern Dis tract ot Kentucky and that Bradley withdrew his application because President Taft told him that he would not appoint Walker How caa an actlag governor an s meto appoint a man as Circuit Judge whom the President of the United States would not appoint as District Attorney Garrard county Is from 250 to 30ft Republican and it goes democratic year after year with Walker as the Republican leader I told Cox nil thin and other things and that Is the rea eon why ho told me that he would not make any appointments until he first consulted mo There were plenty of good mon la Jhe district Cox said he objeclod to Pete Mc Roberts of Stanford because ho would All to London when GoV I Tk rTril edthe Legislature there 1t r HH THE NEW CIRCUIT JUDGE JUDGE LEWIS L WALKER and that Was his only reason Cot Wight have appointed Me Hubert T H Hardln B F Roach J T Wilson T T Qulsenberry William Herndon or othcra but he appointed Walker for Bradlcys Influence Such a man U not fit for governor I had told Cox I was for him but now I am against him for any oiflec for If ho should be nominated and elected Governor Bradley would be Governor ot the State and the whisky ring vould control In my Judgment tho appointment ot Walker Is a slap nt the Thirteenth Judicial District and that Cox knew it when he made the Appointment James was la Lexington today and 7ox Il1rt for Louisville on the train on which James amo to town ays Foster GOES WitH NEW BANK AS AS 3ISTANT CASHIER Hays Foster one ot the best known lnd most popular young men In the lty has accepted the position of as Istant cashier of the now State Bank nd Tnisfc Company which will open for business here next month Mr Vaster has been bookkeeper for the Lincoln County National Bank for several years and Is well luallfied for the responsible place he will tAkb lie I 9 A son of John B Foster one of the most prominent farmers of Lincoln countyThe formal opening of the new It lanclal instltulon has been set for Sept 2f a week or so later than was at first planned but this postpone anent has been made necessary b Inability to get the concrete work on the vault flooring etc finished In time The banking room in the Odd Fellows building Is going to be one of clue handsomest In the state when completed DANDRUFF AND ITCHING SCALP YIELD TO THIS TREATMENT Why experiment trying to drtv tho dandruff germ from underneath till skin with greasy lotions or fancy hair dressings when Penney Drug store will guarantee ZEMO and ZEMO soap to entirely rid the scalp of the germ life that causes the trouble ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP can be ob talked In any city or town in America amt are recognized the bestand most economical treatment for all aCC tlons of the skin or scalp whether on Infant or grown person Onn sham poo with ZEMO SOAP and applica tion ot ZEMO will stop itching and cleanse the scalp of dandruff and scurf Wor Invite you to try ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP and If not entirely satis tied we will lund your money Pen nys Dnw Store In 111ylIcta COURBJ medicine dont Remedy Thebe is ao danger from it bo afraid to go Gamberlan Cough nod relief Is aura to follow Especial ly recommended for coughs colds and whooping cough Sold by Pennys Drug Store SOMERSET FAIR Aug 3031 Sept 12 Round trip tickets via Queen b Crescent Route will be sold Aug 30 31 Sept 1 and 2 good returning uii tll Sept 3 1910 The round trip rate from Junction City to Somerset for this occasion Vis 145 v + wi- I 4 THIS THIEF BECAME I CONSCIENCE STRICKEN JOHN H SHANKS RECOVERS I LOST WATCH IN MYSTERIOUS MANNER John H Shanks has Just gone South to Columbus Georgia to lo sate and engage In tho Southern mule handling business rcvovered a gold watch he lost last October In a very mysterious and peculiar way Just be fore ho left He lost the timepiece while on a visit to bU sister Mrs kK Bourne at Now Castle Henry county last October having left It when going into town and failing to find 1when he returned He and the family had every reason to believe that it was stolen but positive proof was lacking and nothing was done about Il fortheevery to New Castle to tell Mrs Bourne good bye The day that they arrived there a package caiae from Indianapolis for Mr Bourne and upon being opened It was found to contain Mr Shanks watcb1t was registers ed by ono H Gratz and a street and number given and In an effortjto dl corer the sender Mr Shanks wroto to Indianapolis but his letter was returned by the Postmaster titno such name cpuld be found that tho street number was fictitious Marks on the Inside of the watch showed that It had been pawned five times lfi Shanks Is of the opinion that tiir thle4 up to get money brokewhen he was and finally be coming roDsciencerstricken decided to I return It to the owner so sent it back to Mr Boufne from whose home It bpd been taken about a year ago FORMER LINCOLNITE SUES Hill Spalding and J Hunt Stltes Jointly have suea the Franklin hank for 3500 for alleged services rdn dered from September 1909 to February 1910 The plaintiffs are lawyers and claim that they were In the employ ot tho defendant and that part of their work was to supervise all departments ot tho defendants business They slate that the bank has a capital ot 16noOO Louisville Tlihe WAS RECAPTURED HERE Tho Lexington Herald says that While waiting at the street car ren ter laltttlight for tho 7 oclock for Georgetown Jesse Love a negro boy axed12 years who was being taken to the reform school by Attendant U MMllert brokeawayfrom the ottlcor and had not been located up tp a late hour last night The boy had been In the reform school before and had escaped some time ago but was recaptured at Stan ford and was being returned to the in stitution For BaleNIce residence on Main street in Stanford Ky tho frontage of lot largo enough for another build lug lot All necessary outbuildings Everything in good repair Price 2i750 A bargain seeL R Hughes a BAD MAN IS CAUGHT AGAIN IN GARRARD JOHN GRIMES FINALLY RUN TO I EARTH BY OFFICER LIVE NEWS OF LANCASTER Lancaster Aug 30 John Grlmeswho was captured In the Kentucky river cliffs some time ago nnd aterwards made his escape Irom the oillcers by Jumping through the cnr window while they were tat tug him to Versailles where ho is wanted on a charge of criminal as sankwas recaptured today by Sher iff C A Rciblnson nnd lodged In Jail lucre Sheriff Robinson has kept tab on hint for five or sfit months running him down In northeast Jar rardElder Platt of MoKlnnoy preached at the Christian church Sunday morning Mrs Wm R Cook entertained at cards In honor of her visitor Mra truest Sprague of Louisville An Infant of Mr and Mrs Ed Per kliis of this county died on Satur day and tho remains were Interred In the Lancaster cemetery Sunday The ladles of the local W C T U realized something over 18 by the ico crpam upper they held Saturday l1 Romans entertained on ThursdagSxJr her young niece MIsj Lottie Carson ot Stanford Major William Collier formerly of I Lancaster and a son of the late Otc Dan Collier has been notified of lea promotion to the position of Revenue Agent with headquarters In Louis ville He will receive an Increase In salary from 1600 to f3600 a year H K Herndon has bought the lot of John W Miller on Danville known as tho old Franklin Institute Mr Herndon will erect a residency onto site and again become a Lancas ter citizen Next Sunday will be observed as Church Extension Day at the Chris tiara church and a contribution will be taken Elder Tinder will till his pulpit on Sunday Mr R 7lmmer was called to Baden Ba4enGermanybl tjie Illness and death Ot hls IrtvCar Zlm mer The decesaed was 87 years Td and died of the InfirmIties of age i Mrs Ed Price entertained with a sumptuous dining In honor tMrs W N Mabry of Tallahassee Fla and Mias Waahburn of Louisville Parksvitk Mr C C Rcytilerson end wife of Lebanon visited the Jatters sister Mrs J J Cozatt over Sunday Miss Ethel Cleland hu returned from a visit to relativeS in Louisville ant Kansas City Mr WC Pitman or London workedtwo days for F E Wcsterfleld at Cozatt last week while Mr Westerfield attended the Perry rllle fair Mr and Mrs W T Wilson hare gone to visit friends at Leba HOB Junction Shelbyvllle and Frank fort Mr Joseph Cox of Gravel Swlthch was a visitor here Saturday Mr and Mrs Urandlsou Gloascox ot Danville visited the lattera mother Mrs N A Vanarsdall lastweek Mr J W Irvine ot Knoxvjlle who has been the guest pf Mrs J N Tarklng ton Is laltlngfrends ut Spripgrield Miss Lucy E HanHla of Junction City Is the guest ot Ming Ella Blanford Mr and Mrs PaulO Murphy of Springfield III are guests of Mr and Mrs into B Murphyi Mr Henry O Opzatt left Monday for Bradfordsvlile where ho Joined a crowd of fiends who are starting on a fishing trip to the watera of the North Rolllug Fork Mr Samuel King of Birmingham Ala visited his slater Miss Georgia King at Mrs R N Pltmana last week Mr nnd Mrs Pleasant Tucker are visiting relatives and friends at Fort Worth Texas and Oklahoma Prof James B BojllHg and family have gone to Vancoburg where he has charge ot the city schools Mr C M Graves ot Birmingham is a guest of Mrs toIf Pitman Hon John W RawllDK8 of Daavllle was In Parksvllle on law business While here he told your correspondent that It was very probable that he would be a candidate for the nomination for Circuit Judge Jwg years hence CAt YOU BEAT THIS The Winchester Democrat has this J E Stepp a fisherman living near Boonesboro caught Monday a catfish which weighed fiftyone pounds It was four feet loml aed almost a foot across the jaws He tied it to the boat which the fish overturned and Mr Stepi had to swim ashore All who believe itwlll Ieas send the IJ a dollar fora years Biibsrlp Uoi 1 0 i v t COSBY 1BIG t iKINDLYI GATHERING The annual reunion of the family of Nicholas Coaby and Margaret Cosby both deceased was held last Wednes day In this county at the home of TurnerevitlyAll arrangement gathered there from their homes in Ohio and various points In Kentucky and answered present at roll call There are nine children and members of this family living only one Mattle Alford Cosby having died and she died Inearly In fancy Most ot the family were born and ell of them wore raised In LtnIcola county Kentucky They are all 7 however located elsewhere now ex i cept Mrs W T Tucker and Mrs T J lull This family has grown un I til It Isa very large one and all but a very few had gathered for the oc ej caron The many present crowded the full day with open air pleasures n J enjoyed afresh the ualnt end un irientlpus reminiscences linked with 4treatlon for tho family All things eeramgly held In common as it were the cares burdens and duties of lICe ere cast aside for a day and pleas ro contentment and congeniality were supreme with all A aubstani tlal repast spread bountifully upon a steady table of temporary build der the shadow of the pines and unIcusts In the yard afforded the great I iThis1 pclock P M at which time all lie Ing blessed with light hearts light stomachs were unceremoniously soIpresented to this far Jamed Idol cf I jail thus conditioned and Messed 1 suffice to jay justice was done hy all to this feature ot the program In the afternoon shortly before the t titrated time of separation had arriv i ed Eld B F Cosby sumoned all pres ant to ther under the shade of the trees tar devotional services and 1 1andIn prayer f i The immediate family all of whom i were present consists of Eugene C Cosby of Junction City NelMe Cushy Hill Ira Cosby Tucker Maggie Cos by Kelley of Dayton 0 James D COlby of Covington Ky Eld Benja i min F Cosby of Butler Ky Minnie Cosby Bernard of Dayton 0 Jennie Cosby Wolf of Danville and JofaaL Cosby of Cincinnati O Others ant were T J Hill the husbandof i Nellie Cosby Hill W T Tucker the husband of Iva Cosby Tucker Myrtle McDonald Cosby the wife of John I I Cojbjr Mrs Elizabeth Cosbyllor i Danville Ky a sister of Nicholas Coo j by deceased Mrs Ellen B Green ot McKlnriey a sister in law ot Margaret I Corthy deceased Miss Effle Drye of i McKlney a niece ot Mrs Ellen B f Green and the following grandchildren A C Hill and wife Nellie Mer i shon Hill T J Hliir Jr Frank Lee lllll Win Harry Hilt and wife Kate I Pence Hill Leslie Thomas Tucker and wife Margaret Holmes Tucker t 1 Rachel Kelley Ballou Mildred Cosby Besso Miller Hill Jno Miller Hill Joe Wolf Hill Joe Hammond Wolfe Ra wan Tucker Nellie Wilson Hill Mor ace Tucker Sarah Margaret Kelloy f Bretna Cosby Rachel Tovis Hill i Stewart Bernard Jr Robert Chas Bernard James Cosby BefJJartiICosby Nicholas Cosby Jr son Cosby and the i grandchildren lily Shlpman BalloufMyrtle Tucker and Grady Aunt Sallle Shlpman late of Huston i vllle has heretofore been present at all ot the previous reunions held by this family and her absence this due to her recent death was UmtlI t deplored and regretted by all THE BEST OFFER EVER MADE r Home and farm one full year regu lar price Sea Uncle Rernu Home Map tine regu lar price 100 Good Housekeeper full year regu Par price 150 The EvenidgPost dally 3 months iii v 125 The Interior Journal your home paper full year LOO t Here you have a value of 523 All for 200 for a short Send or bring your order tc The Interior Journal tlmeontJKy This after Is not good Evening Put has art agent r I t N i R t A w i FAGB TWO TBD INTERIOR JOURNAL If I 11 Complete Dispersal Sale 1f Of The Finest Herd of Mules And Brood Mares In Cen tral Kentucky 130 MULES AND BROOD MARES 130 Having Sold My Home Farm And Deciding to Change My Business I Will Sell Publicly On WEDNESDAY SEPT 7th 10 Beginning at 9 oclock a m Sharp at my Home Farm onehalf mile South of the Railroad Station on Somerset street Stanford Ky the following property towifc ONE JACK NAMED SAMSONSix Years Old sired by Bill Goebel he by the great Joe Blackburn that sold for 1825 Samson is the CHAMPION MULE JACK OF KENTUCKY his colts having won more premiums at the Kentucky State Fair the Blue Grass Fair and several Central Kentucky Fairs n 08 and 09 than any other jacks colts as well as at t b Lancaster Danville Harrodsburg Lexington Lawrenceburfland Perryvlllc Fairs this year the only fairs at whichthey havecen shown to date This Jack Will be Sold at 1 oclock SHARP I 70 c7 IE S Y 70Twenty Colts half of them 1Iares16 Yearlings half of them Mares 20 twoyearolds half of them Mares 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 3000 Ibs Twenty of the above are show mules I Have Won 175 Premiums in 08 00 and MO to date which is more than any other breeder or dealer in this State can say All the mules I won the premiums on except three I sold last fall are in this Sale 60 BROOD MARES Bred it Jacks Forty fa My Great Mull Jack Samson 60 + 3 2 YEAR OLDS 12 DRAFT STOCK WEIGHT ABOUT 1100 LBS 6 4YEAR OLDS 12 DRAFT STOCK WEIGHT FROM 1100 to 1200 LOS 20 5YEAROLDS 14 to 12 DRAFT STOCK WEIGHT FROM 1100 TO 1400 LBS 10 6YEAROLDS 14 to 12 DRAFT STOCK WEIGHT FROM 1100 to 1500 LBS 117 10YEAR OLDS 14 to 12 Draft STOCK WEIGHT FROM 1100 to 1600 LBS 10 SMOOTH MOUTHED 14 to 12 DRAFT STOCK WEIGHT FROM 11CO to 1600 LBS MOST OF THESE MARES ARE WELL BROKEN TO WORK ANYWHERE AND ABOUT ONEHALF HAVE COLTS THIS YEAR THAT WILL BE SOLD AT THIS SALE AND THE OTHERS WERE BOUGHT IN THE SPRING IN INDIANA ILLINOIS AND MISSOURI DONT YOU NEED A FEW BROOD MARES THERE IS NO STOCK ONTHE FARM THAT WILL PAY BETTER THAN A FEW GOOD MARES THAT WILL RAISE 85 TO 126 MULE COLTS THATS WHAT THEY ARE BRINGING IN KENTUCKY TODAY AND THERE HAS NEVER BEEN SUCH A DEMAND THE BEST COLTS ARE OUT OF MARES WITH FROM 14 TO 12 DRAFT BLOOD THEY HAVE BETTER lONE AND WEIGHT AND 90 PER CENT OF THE SHOW MULES ARE OUT OF SUCH MARES tO SIX CHOICE SHETLAND POMIES A FEW FARMING IMPLEMENTS HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE INCLUDING SOME 0 i HANDSOME ANTIQUE FURNITURE 7 f THIS WILL BE AN ABSOLUTE CLOSING OUT SALE OF MY MULES BROODMARES ETCk N I + WILL HAVE CONVEYANCES MEET ALL TRAINS ON SALE DAY DINNER WILL BE SERVED AT THE HOUSE TO ALL 0 + TERMS All sums of 10 and under cash In hand over 10 a credit of 6 months with 6 per cent Interest from date of safe purcIiY4 Ina a bankable note i riI HV T AUCTIONEERS M DUNN ami TD ENGLISHr v fJ r 11 14- 1t is H Bauhmaii fL r Id r SanfoL d t L s- L r s I 1j Jc y j + 1 tlv t rx Hot Wr HHShanfa will have his big closing out Bale of mules niaresctc afStanfordjept 6 of 1 f J It ff c y 4 rtrc i yaas cc oo r 4 +cslt wc = t i = = C = s y + THE INTERIOR JOUXKAli PAGE SIX SAW v I will offer for sale at auction at my farm between the Crab Orchard and Somerset turnpikes one mile from Rowland and two miles from Stanford on v Tuesday September 6 1910 7 Head oi Mules Horses Jacks I Jennetsfi 1 Mature Jack good breeder 2 Yearling Jacks good size and well marked and well bred 10 Jennets of good breeding and in foal to good jacks 1 Suckling horse colt out of a Pence mare and by The Warfield 1 Suckling horse colt out ofGolddust mare and by Ashland Brook- I 1 Short yearling horse colt out of draft mare by a son of Pence 1 Yearling horse colt out of trottingbred mare by Beau Naboth 1 Yearling horse colt out of trottingbred mare by George Hur 1 Yearling horse colt out of draft mare by thoroughbred stallion 1 Yearling filly out ofdraft mate fay a san ofGambia Wilkes v 1 Yearling filly out of Preston mate by Beau Naboth fa 1 Yearling filly out ofDorsey Golddust mare by Ashland Brook 1 Yearling filly ottt of thorotighbredthe by Chester Peavino 1 Yearling out of Marton rre marbby Chester Peavme 1 i5w6yearold trotting bred made bar SeauNaboth r v i Mi J MULES 1 Suckling mare mule colt 8 Yearling mules Fti 38 twoyearold mules 5J ree aroldm l s i 1 fouryearold mule t J LCATTLE If not sold before I will also offer 40 good 1100pound feeders 20 good 900pound feeders and 20 head other calbtle ofdifferent weight- Y o r or S o M r n lOfiae broDi sew bred to farrowtelast of September r y tM TERMS 10 and under cash ifhand Over 10 cash or a gbodg r note due in six months bearing 6 per cent interest v W I J Sale will be held rain or shine Dinner served on the groundsI u30 I GolJrP Chandler Auctioneer o W H SHANKSb13 StanfQtdKy r I i n vL i 04 f or ti J H BaugTimaawittHaveTiT9cIofflngo ttlo oflbcorod JBiarb3fMU =BteWednesday Sept 7 I I I j f I t 01 o T rn M AUGUST SOU 1910 I rf PAGE Ff1UItnl I p TlUC INTERIOR JOURNAL lisfGfeltaCIII TUESDAY v Ic TilE INTERIOR JOURNAL Eatabltebed 1872 FRIDAIIIiYSAt 1 Per Year In Advance SHELTON SAUFLEYPubllsht watered at the Post Office at stan terd Kyf as Second Class malL We wonder what our friends In th Republican party who believe In temperance and who stand fora non partisan Judiciary think of their par ty lender Acting Gov Cox since he appointed a circuit judge for this dls trlrt The situation certainly Invited their attendtlon Look at It The name of Hon P M McRoberts was presented to Cox for hIs con sideration in filling his vacancy Mr McRoberts Is a lawyer eminently qualified for the judgeship Ever those who opposed him cannot truth fully deny this Furthermore he lithe recognized leader of the temperance forces in this section a men that not only preaches temperance but whose dally life proclaims his devotion to that cause We Js also Ii lifelong republicanbelonging to l that almost extinct class who are republicans trod principle and not from a desire to merely satisfy an ins satiable hanger for office Yet Cox refused to appoint such a man to the judicial vacancy What was the rea son for this refusal I Cox told Auditor Frank James that he objected to Mc Roberts because he declined to follow the republican members of the legis lature to London when Taylor at tempted to adjourn the legislature to that place McRoberta being then a member of the legislature If this be true the Lieutenant Governors conception of what conutltutes fitness for the judiciary Is this That a judge must be one who is ready at any and all times to obey impllcity every man date of a party leader no matter from what whim or caprice It may spring or how vlolatlve of rights established by the organic law of Ufe people His ideal of a judge is strikingly Illustrat ed In the notorious Jeffreys who once graced and disgraced the English bench I Auditor James who has long known Cox intimately declares however that the true reason for Cox Ignoring c Mr McRobErts is because Cox is n creature of the brewers and that he did what he did at their behest that he in return for not appointing Mr McRoberts iff to receive the support of the brewers In his gubernatorial as t vlraUonsJJudge therefore at any angle you please Coxs action has discredited hint with the temperance people In his own party and has shown him I to be devoid of every element in his I public relations that rises above the I pettiest sort of parlzanshlpI The reply of Gov Cox to the caus I tic statement of Mr James is rather weak He says I am willing to take all the re sponsibility for the appointment off Judge Walker This tub is able to I stand on its own bottom I appointed J z Judge Walker because of his legal at talnments and because I believe him better Qualified for the position than J any of the applicants Mr James 1 wanted me to appoint Mr McRoberta 1 and he knew before he went to Lex ington Friday morning that 1 was goI Ing to appoint Judge Walker Mr James and I are not going to fall out over the appointment of a judge 1 believe him to be a broadminded man sWITH LIFE AND POLICY SAVED r You can make a new start after the fire Without the policy what a hope lees and dreary outlook would be yours Dont risk It Have us insure you today so that if fire come tonight will not wake to as it may yon up sorrow a ruined man Fish Pennington Stanford Ky Phone200 r r p j4edend water beet coveted pcn o KY ire al du a F- i 1 e t 7iP1 He has a perfect right to suport an man for governor he chooses I ehal not fall out with him over that Tha Is all I have to say about the matter The republican committed of the seventh congressional district met at Frankfort Saturday and utter a confe ence unanimously agreed to noml nale MC Rankin of Henry county for Congress to oppose J Campbel Cantrlll the democratic nominee and Incumbent The nomination was un anlnioufl and Rankin accepted the honor Ho is the present Stato Com missioner of Arrlculturo and a might clever good man but of course the nomination is an empty honor as the Ashland district Is strongly demo cratic Mayor Gaynor of Now York is nl moat well of the bullet wound It Is said that he can have the nomlnatiot for governor of New York If he wants It The next democratc presidential nominee is going to be either Gaynoi or Harmon anu it loons like the for mer would prove the stronger candi date Wonder If Col Ewell the republl cap candidate for congress in thin district will vote for Cannon foi Speaker If he should happen to bo conventionenhorsed which Cannon helped put over lion about the Speaker Col Ewell arc you for or against him for reelecL- ion Richest People ARE OSAGE INDIANS WHFiIHAVE 20000 EACH Testimony was given before tho con regional committee investigating In Ian affairs in Oklahoma that each ot tie 23UO Osage Indians is worth J20 000 which on a per capita basis cor tltute them the richest people In the world i As their property in held In restric tlon by the government the Indians haTe used a great many lawyers It- WIlI stated One attorney testified he presented 23 claimants who demanded that the government place lhemon the Osage rolls thus RlvlnI them the right to twenty thousand 10Harsorth of property The wealth of these claimants U they arc sue scful would amount to four hunI Ircc1 and sixty thousand dollars Another attorney testified he had- een employtd to oppose the claims n the ground that if allowed they i ould decrease the wealth of tho Ibe AttorneyBjjfeea are paid to ceep alt the rolls and fees ere paid for putting them on Wanted Cosiucjpollum Magazlno quires the services of a reprcsenta he in Stanford to look after subscrip Jon renewels and to extend circuit Ion by special methods which have eyed unusually successful Salary md commission Previous experl mte desirable but not essential WlIole time or spare time Address lth references H C Campbell Cos opolltan Magazine 1789 Broadway ow York City 532 While fleeing from bumblebee Jen Springate fell on a scythe which 10 was carrying and cut off his kneo al He carne near bleeding to death i- leroJre help reached him and is now n a critical condition S YOU CAN BUY Your coal cheaper right now than any time in the year Let us fill your bins with our FOX RIDGE COAL at 13 cts per bushel CleanCoal No Slack Phone 11- J HBaughman Co It you have anything to sell in the STOCK 11 Take toINunnelleys New Stock Yards He huyeand sel a every day in the year except Sunday Bring on your stock Best market in the State with plenty of itsjde of or Lexington cneraFbitchandfeed businwe See What Tfcey Hire Dw RECORD OF MULES JH SAUQH MAN WILL SELL SEPT 7 Louisville Ky Aug 27 This is to certify that J II Uaugli man of Stanford Ky was iwnrl d the largest amount of premiums ot any exhibitor In the mule department- at the Kentucky State Fair of 190V and that he was also tho largest prize winning exblhtor In the mule dopatt meat at the 1908 Kentucky State Fair KENTUCKY SlATB FAUl J W Newman B cy Lexington Ky Aug 20 1910 To whom It may concern This Is to certify that Mr J H Uaughman of Stanford Ky has won the largest mount ot money won l y any exhibitor In the departmet for mules at the lllue Grass for three consecutive years 1908 1909 1910 As the mule show at the Blue OralS fair Is one of the very best If not the best in the entire world ths feat on the part of Mr Ilaughman is par ticularly remarkable This notice is given with pleasure as a testimonal of the excellency of his stock Signed Jouett Shouse Secretary Fan lnl Winter Suitluc My new fall and Winter samples are nott ready for your inspection They comprise the best on the market I can suit any one as to price who has his clothes made to order A suit made to your measure is preferable to ready made clothes Tohave them made to measure doesnt cost any more than ready made when Quality and fit is considered Comes In and let me take your measure H C Ruplcy the Practical TnllorG I OHIO VALLEY EXPOSITION Cincinnati O Queen A Crescent Route Round Trip Fares From Junes tlon City Kentucky TICKETS ON SALE DAILY 440 Good returning five days From Date of Sale 560 Good Returning until Sept 2911 F G DENNIS Ticket Agent t Junction Cy Ky I All the a 1 0 if More n Lmb Morm Mutton nat where profit are la IIIIIP tAl from Boras wttlpo HlT l7 sins eM tile worn sot call In your ibMp but In efer otfcr animal on loerDlaC ThI wondar work 1agtemedr will detrol and opel earlanImal free Iodlpet ot toed ItwU mtlvtt li a wonderful tonic and eon diuoner ItCosts trot VU ot acent a day per bead to teed galVt li bribe SIL Fell Compinj jt ClDnlan4 O A few more days and you will be looking for that new 1 j Fall suit and we just want to remind you that we are 1 ready for you with a beautiful lot to select from Of course you know that BROWNS are the thing this time with blue serges and blacks always good y- Our pricss range from 10 to 30 and as good tailoring as a needle and machine will make r h H J We Have This Season I The Hoosier Drill With Latest Improvements We can make it to your o interest to pay us call mFIRMERSRId This Yiu Have Sheep Ic W0BtMer flroeta 5MmlvET- andeestahsteewerrounce nunnfaetared McRoberts took Repays Dare pee1A1yten Horse Cows Sheep and Hogs In good condition and from worms by fee- ding5MYU ThIs wonder working medicated salt is easy to feed and coats but little Itputsthe animals stomachs and intestines in perfect condition so that food is digested and assimilated SalVet does work quickly and positively- A 10pound package for 75 cents It U mtBufactend tur SR Fell Co I Cleveland Ohio Ii r Stanford Kentucky r m YJG L Penny naaaEEEIr Ice Cream Sona Water SrN Grape Juice And a Large List of Genuine tl1Thirst Quenchers At tV1 DRUG STORE td Stanford Kentucky tB 33 B B3E E JLBeazeyCo u Undertakers and Embalmer Also Dealers in Furniture MattingaRugs They will exchange Furniture for ill Kinds of Stock Give Them s Call Prices Right ft rAN FORD KENTUCKY Harry Jacobs Deafer in and Man factur of Marble and Granite Monuments Marken and Ioiti Cemetery and Law Vales and Hetteei Offlco and worki Me Kinney Ky- OHIO VALLEYEXPOSITION Aug 29Sept 24 1910 A magnificent parade will take 3 hours lo puss a given point will mark the opening of the Ohio Valley Exposition Aug 29th 1910 Special low rates to Cincinnati 0 via the Q C routo have been placed in effect Ask ticket agent for parUcu lure W A Beckler OeaeralIasseu ger Agent ClaclanaU 6 SMa Owe + t r WATRIBBLEFurniture and Undertaking Day Phone 28 Night Phono 133 Stanford KenturKy S i 1 CONCRETING t sd We are In petition to do all kinds of con crating at Work PareroentM and In fait we can make any thing trots rbones down to a fence post We can serve you promptly and guarantee ant olau prlCtabelore PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Kyr IWhen Hungryj OOTO Oorioni Iloitanrnnt Lancaster Street KttflealBeit place Iu wn for a good quick meal Cooking to salt our customer our pealaltT splendid new line of fancy Qrocorlei Uot OofTeo Bandwlcbei plea Butter milk and iweet milk etc at all tirade l tIw A CARSON Prpw r tI = d n IJ4 1 d d = C- for Ir t h titJI1f I THE INTEIUOft JOURNAL r r J I Buying Goods Our buyer Is in the market this week looking for and buyingvery best the marker affords file 45By the 16th of September willwe have an excellentthe line we assortment of Dry Cooods Shoes Skirts BlanketsEtc j It Stanford Kentucky PRoIereftore PERSONALS Sam Magee is quite 111 at his home ID CFab Orchard He ry Catrou has been visiting W F DeDord and family at Level Green Prof W o Hopper returned on Monday to Mt Sterling to again take up bla work as Superintendent of City BCflOplD Mre Kate F Mlddleton of Harrbds burg IB upending a few days wither and MM il J Farris on Gut MaIn Street before starting to Seattle J KentuckyMand n number of other States She will bo absent two months Dan YUle Advocate Miss Laura Carpenter has returned home having been In n houfo party with Mlm Anna Caswcll 1rcwltt nt s Jit Sterling onvalclo1ntI I Miss Nancy Yeager will go to Leba non today to visit friends for a lew days Silva Virginia Uritbt who hoe liven the guest of friends hero for some time returned to her home near Dan ville yesterday- Mr and Mrs D L Yotia and son Clarence of Neiwn Ky visited ih ir father Mr J S lour last week Mr and lint Young left here to visit friend at PUUburg and London Mixs Edith Martin Gar rutyintd home from an extended visit to Fart Wayne lad Her Kr ndiin nuMj and 3lraM Wi Po Rains ccomj n1fd her home Mr And Mrs Gab Adams nod children have leased the homo of Mrs A 0 Van Winkle on the south side Id will take possession of same tub first of September Mrs Van Winkle son and daughter are exncting to board on Shelby street for the win ter Frankfort News Mrs Ann Lytle Uosloy of Huston vllle Is visiting liar children Mrs Angle nnd Prof L C Uoslcy In Dan vllle blip Hattlo Rice IB thorniest of friends in Lincoln cfTunty for a low days Mr Boyd Wcatke ford U eflend Ing a Tow days with kllpar nts In MessengerMiss te Thursday for Macon Oa to spends tune wlUi her sister Before re turning alto will visit the family of AtlantazII ts the guest of Ulra J W Ireland Mrs C Fowler Is visiting friends in Cincinnati Mr purl Mr William Yeager and family have moved to their home on Dimvllle Street whlch they recently Orcenberrytiright cated Mr Now nn DIrk and attractive thildren returned to their homo lu Owensboro after a visit to her broth er Messrs J W and II C Uuughruan hero Mines Aunetto and Sadie Wearen davo returned from n visit to Mrs Howard Umerthum in Louisville Mr Sam Iloblnson Is III at his homu rnd typhoid fever Is feared Mr and Jlrs Horace Herndon of Lancaster were guest of Mrs J CV Hays on Sunday Tom W Gooch of the West End has returned homo alter a pleasant visit to relatives In Kansas City lie cOu sin Mr Thomas Gooch returned with himThe Wsrren Grlgsby Chapter of tho- U D a will meet with Mrs J W Aicotn Tuesday 30th at 3P M Mrs AVru Hunn and Miss Llrzlc Hunn have returned to Louisville altera yfslfto Mr3uidMrs aw rge Hunn nt Moreland Mr and Mrs Jesse Manning are re ceiving the Congratulations of their JUan friends upon tbo arrival of a bouncing baby son In their home Miss Mary Tammo and uncle Mr Anthony Famine spent yesterday and today with relatives pear Porryvllle I r ll r x F cl1O l f t Attt1nltUttul Ut 0 fJI TYLES letter than fI x ever Factory equi cdQri f i with netsmachinery c throughout All metJ h i jI rr ads of manufacturing iflt improved 5Ostyle 1 21 in direct pro ortion value too SmartStylish and Flex j gj I j l tilfXothe1astdegree T7Je new j JjST p models on dismay today Your l V j i 1 li cordially invited to inspect them Z Wearen STANFORD KENTUCKY This store is the home of Hart Schaffner Marx cto I r thesI c F as a You Go Out Of Here Feeling that we value your patronage be it large or small suchisgaaredealadvantageBeginto our store to see Ile new gooks and learn the reasonahknrec of ou wb SEVERANCE I Cummins attendedIMiss Liccle Leo Martin in indlanap- Ile Indiana M WB Er1 Roes acid Frank Yank cy of Springfield spent Sunday with Mr F J Tamme and family Oatri W Spoonamore of Knoxville Twin Is yfsltlng the nornefolks at Mr E 8 Spoonamore and family Miss Charlotte Warren who has be ntbe guest of bet codeine the Misses Warren here for a week returned to her home at Somerset yes terday Mrs Sam Kobuwun returned from New York last night to be with Mr Robinson who is quite ill Misses Kato and Sotle Alcorn and Mary Bruce went to Elixir Springs yesterday to spend several days Mr George 140 Penny Is in Louis vlllo this week on a business trip A dispatch from Richmond says Commander Carlo U Drlttnln U S N commanding tho United States buttle ship Massachusetts who received wireless messages at sea on the 22nd Instant that his wife was seriously ill with typhoid fever and complications at Richmond arrived here today Mrs Qrlttaln hasbeen a victim of fever for 45 days rr1 hen4nn4Uton pas TOdajnmeats was reported Before her mar tlage to Commander Brlttaln she was Mies Mamie B Baldwin of Richmond a sister of Mrs W H Shanks of this cityMr J U Jlacklcy who has been visiting his parents has returned to- Ne York City Mr Hacklcy recently refused a very lucrative position as bend of a large manufacturing company of electrical apparatus in Europe as ho prefers to live in this country Short Local News Bread Is the starts of llfo th rftfore have It good by using BALLARDS OBELISK FLOUR Every sack guaranteed T D NEW LAND Exclusive agent Lost ladles coat on Lancaster pike Return to this offico and receive r ward For Ouehets large on ions Thompson Bros Kings Moun lain Ky 484- A now supply of table ware ai the Country Store Lost a ofsong frauio glasses In Stanford Saturday evening He turn to this office A nice line wagon and buggy whips it tho Country Store A new RUpplw of dollar watches at I tho Country Storo For Sale Tho house on East Main street known as tho Pennlnston place Apply to T W Pennlngton tn Itent Four room collage on Darst Street See J C Florence at Post office 612 Lost Ulack boar shoat weight 75 pounds nip off left ear Pleaser tum to Stove Rice anlllenollumlBuff Orphlngton cockerels for tale 634oLostBoaIriih crochet left on L N Eastbound train last week Howard for return to Mrs W 11 Wearen Mothers have you tried Holllstert greatblessingaway summer troubles Makes then sleep and wow 3Bc tea or tablets Snugan and Tanner Attention My store will be open willlJaIOremainder of my stock of hardware andgroceries at and below cost Now Is the time to save some money O D Hopper i22 For sale or rent borne consist Ing of four rooms gobd porch and all necessary out buildings 4 acres of land in connection Mrs O A Hurst Rowland Ky The tax booki 1910 are now ready Settle now and avoid the rush and confusion of waiting until the last day W L McCarty Sheriff Lost Card and pass case contain ing several pcnna IL R annual pass es for myself and wife besides visit Ing cards and many other papers Finder kindly hand same to J N Menefce Stanford or forward to WfiuauMirtrt Pa Reward L E Car penter 632 Vernon Singleton otthe Waynes burg eectlcn who is braking on the Q C fell off a freight Sunday morning and broke an arm and severely sprained a leg He was picked up by the early excurslpn aid taEpn to Danville to have his injuries treatedr I For JlentA large storeroom on Main and Liberty streets Hustonvllle Is In first class shape Apply to J J Allen Hjstonvllle 638 De sure and 4 r bLV bottle of Cham berlains CollCij IplOti and Diarrhoea Remedy with you when starting on your trip tills summer It cannot be obtained on board tho trains or steam ers Changes of water and climate often cause sudden attacks of diar rhoea and It is best to be prepared Sold by Pennys Drug Store the last vestlagTot the old court house is being removed in the left ofethe ofliclals until the new offices were ready It was razed last week and th bricks takenUaway Dont let this most dcitruttire of all infectious disease get aItgrip ott your flock A few drops of BOURBON POULTRY CURE in the drinking water cures and prevents Cholera Umberneck Roup and other existing forms of diieaies and puts fowls in prime condition for egglaying One SOc bottle makes 12 a Hons of medicine Every poultry raiser should keepa bottle of this on hand w OOOOOO Tobacco Savers I bought and used 20 of tha Dixon Tobacco Savers in 1907 onnd from my nxperien irjth them in two seasons I feel that I can not oflbrd to try tOJi iso tobacco without them The tobac X16 ococan be hauled to j1barn as soon as cut and all danger flf 1IF o house burn faeliminated They economize space at least one fonrth can be put in the barns The worms drop off The to bocco cur8 much brighter in color and so commands a much higher prior N T ARMSTRONG i ff President Scott County Warehouse Co orG Gecrgctpwu Ky June 20 1900 9 F i For Sale By to 9- F w W H HIGGINS 0STOP IN AND SEE IF HE HASNT SOMETHING YOU WANT t Stanford Kentucky ff- Q Ofl t 0 pAGE A Business Ours has been for 20 years Stores have come and gone btnVthfe store remains We believe the policy of this store is the rea Icause of its growing prosperity Our motto is Your Moneys Worth As long as we our services to the people this will be our policy When this policy Cails we fail The average farmer Is probably not aware of the fact that an average thnnII gradually rising for the past ten years There has never been an over production of mules while the mar ket Is often unable to supply the de ittond s r s1= KflP n I Healthy Growing offer i SON ooooooooo c I HOLDING GREAT CAMP MEETING1- Jlev Charles DTillman tss west Ing with great succss at the Juinoq Camp Meeting and the meeting this year promises to be one successful ever held State Deputy J W Detract antis National Lecturer Tteily will speak at Moreland Wednesday night Stet lu the interest of the Modern Wood tce y All are Invited to attend The State Industrial Show Window 4 7000 Entries Lest Year 150000 In Attendance SIX BIG DAYS AND NIGHTS THIS YEAR 30000 In Premiums HORSE SHOW AND HIPPO DROME AT NIGHTjV EIGHTHANNUAL 4 1 Stalls Rssrwece fihlMttd DAILY RACES FIREWORKS r NAXIELLO AND HIS BAND Film Attractions UplodtU Mld t HELP US GROW EXHIBIT ATTEND BOOST I WE WILL FURNtIH AMUSEMENT INSTIUCTIOR PROFIT LOW RAILROAD RATES Fer fxrthr IntcmaUwi wlbJw NEWMAN facrtUry 129 Fast JauaWs SEPT Ma LOV1b11LLI 2r 13iall3FL417 r tECLIPSE SHOES FORM1- i 350 And 400 We are now receiving ouri 1fIy T If T r1 W E PERKINS S ICRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY roJ I L P Hughes T W Humble W O Martint I NEW FALL 1QIIAME rWe havejustreceived very i beautiful line of New Fall I and Ginghams colored Band trimmingIt rS match Also afull line ofblue grass Madras in all colors Cal1 and see them before you buyHUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes L STANFORD KENTUCKY JoAih fr AqK THKEB THK INTERIOR JOURfrttl l711 Appalachian a Exposition f rrc3Breatest Ever Held In The South f At Knoxville Tenn SHBEPTEMBER 12 TO OCTOBER 12 1 Magnificent and mammoth build ageMore to see and amuse than ever offered at a Southern exposition 410000 In purses for running and avtrotilng races 410000 In aerial exploitation by ma phlnea of Wright Brothers Stroebel r and other aeranauts See the air oJShlps 28000 In matchless fire works grand t battle of the clouds and Pains Fall of Pompeii JJUlballs famous wild west and 25 ather shows of noteIGreatest bands in all America ADMISSION TO GROUNDS 50 CENTS y IN DAY AFTER 6 P M 25 CENTS I Remember These Special Dates JBJve stock and races Sept 12J I r jENight horse showSept 13 11 15 AJJench Show Sept 22 23 24 4BOIgeon and pet stock show Sept 27 Oct 1 II tjpoultry showOct 615 HVrlght Brothers airship days Sept2229 Stroebles dirigible baloon Every dfr Sept 12 Oct 12 Pains fire works every evening 1 Sept 12 Oct 12 Battle of the clouds Sept 1924 Fan of Pompeii Sept 26 Oct1 Special rates every day and reo markabiy low railroad rates to Knox tithe and return on Tuesday and Thursday as follows 4Lanford S35C J7eIr oeThls Great Exposition1 AlNJ OLIVER President t ifARM SALE J AT AUCTIONI Asl1artmlnlstrator of the ostato o- TlfJB inimwope deceased I will on the Catiout 2 12 mlles west of FordI1 WEDNESDAY AUOr 31 191- Oa11 10 the highest and best bidder it tarn following property towlt The ftao Blue Grass Tarn of 2 2 t iftciu lccaet flearjBryants1rllle Tnq rttiRtaa is In a high state of cuUvatlon fir hneip improved well watered well h X need and is a farB tbathas few If aspF eaimU In thaJJlue Grass coun nibs farm must be sold so that qthv proceeds cnn by nmpgg- Uhe Bale w111beglrr Jfcbsrai 10 am made- d htsowaon day t f sale Also same time and place the following ad property will be sold at auc t tlim rCMibajes of stock In rliho bank of ifIJjyantsvillo 10 head of sheep four- Crsttera 10 milch cows 2 heifers one g toiil 1 bay mule 1 lot of hogs 1 bay m mare 1 spotted pony 1 bay horse 1 C V groy mule S Calves 1 nveyear old I jfciwse 4 spring wagon 1 farm wagon i row wheat drlll harrows plows yjnd numerous other farming Impa i KcntBione rubber tire t buggy and r ipnJK3isss one piano and piano player tfcotjsehold and kitchen furniture am F other articles too nhmerous to men I rtlon la M CHfAflF A fM9l Li II 0 vr y tsUI ot B M Swope Docoiaod J I M Duun Auctioneer NOTICEaY courthiss the of the United jiStatea for the Eastern District of ClarencetNotice of Sale In Bankruptcy Vy rfrturo ot an order entered by J N Saunders referee In the above styled case I as trustee of same fcwill on Saturday the 3rd day of Sept 41 D1910 between the hours of 10 o clock P M on the premises taping J52 aCres of farm rated situated In Lin Oioln county Ky on the waters of 4pren river adjoining the Dennanj lying near the post J f Jumbo Ky expo to public asaleto the highest and best bidder for trAsh In hand the above described Ctract Of parcel of land together with 119 acres of land adjoining same now agreed by Clarence J Sipple the tbaskrtipt above named and also one kkaM interest In the growing crop upon IA land JT OI n under my hand this the 19th Bay oY August 1910 A DYCHE Trustee 11nr 1 ss Dysentery Is a dangerous disease S6ut can be cured Caambelalas Conc Cholera ABd DIarrhoea Rei edy hall Mea successfully usd In nine epl fttomlca or dysentery It has never s been known to fall It Is equilly vall xiaOto for children and adults and ewkreduced with water and sweeten id It is pleasant to take Sold by Pen orc o 7tt tMAV RUN FOR GOVERNOR y1 THOMAS B IMcGWEGOR rho popular third assistant Attor republicansIboom the Frankfort News says He possesses remarkable abilities as a levelheaded official and as n cam jialgnor It is pointed out that his record has placed him In a position where he would be acceptable to the tobacco people and to both the tem perance and liquor elements of the party and that he has endeared him self with the school people of the State in fighting for the schools and that all factions of the party could unite upon him and that his nomina tlon would be the solution of the atIn candidate for Attorney General The Interior JourriM doesnt oe hove the next governors going to be a republican but if that party should happen to get In mere is no member thelexecutlvuA NARROW ESCAPE Grant MuIIlns the youngest son of Mr and Mrs H J Multlns of this place had a very close call for his life last Saturday afternoon Ho and a number of other young fellows were practicing base ball at the Jones field and he was catching without a mask when a foul tip hit him just over hiytrand crushed tho ikull U was thought at first an operation would have to be performed but Dr Lovell arranged tho broken bones so they will grow back without ItMt Vernon Signal- RESOLUjICNS PARSED BYDANVILLE BAR Whereas Judge M C Sauna dlCIII on August 13 11110 at his Stanford Kentucky and whereas Danvlllo bar baa been called to adopt BitllnhlA re3pluuUUoastppching his HfO snot li11i Therefore be It Rtaolv- edtJljat the death of Judge Saufloy dltttrict Baa lost an able and upright jurist and the profession coo ot IU brlghtestwornarheibte 2V That he wad a judge of Incor ruptible Integrity and of marked abllt ly 3 Ho wasan orator of recognis ed talent and brilliancy and a truo and faithful friend and bore himself as a man In all the walks of life both a war and peace 4 Tho syrnpathcb of this bar are tendered to his family and a copy ct these resolutions will bo sent to bU widow and spread at largo upon the records of the Boyle Circuit Court and published In the newspapers of the district Nurse Says I rishtnt wlina fS good for young and old people Mrs Dykstra a trained nurse l1lnghamWash I consider Carduf the bet medicine for girls all women It makes them feel like new persons relieves their pain and reg ulates womanly troubles Both my andI received great benefit k Take 1- ax A8JIJ The AWomans Tonfe1 As 4 mealciiiii for fey f r male trQubleer medi cine you get has the old established tepuiatiorii lSeFifty ofsue cess prove that il has stood the greatest ofall TOEAfajonic I men cause It isa womans tonic Pure gentle safe reliable Try Cardui t W4 pea 1 TGRilp At Bt LINCOLN COUNTY EXHIBITORS COME OUT WELL Lincoln countexhibitors fared well at tho Brcidhead Mr last week Tko Ustotnwards shows Best running walker Rockeaitle county Allen Hiatt first John Uen ton second free for all mule race P II Burdette first Dlrl Mink sec ond best coihblned saddle mare or gelding Beasley and Kenney of Stan ford first J U Thompson of Lin coIn second Best mare mule colt under six iftcMths old C M MoKlnney first Joseph Cress best horso mule colt under six months old C M Mc Kinney first B W Haines second The splendid colts were sired by A H Ilamllns line k and a few minutes after they carried off the blues wore sold to Logan Thompson of Garrard for 90 each Best mulo over one and under two years old InI under threo years old Thomas first Skid Bowman second best Jack A H Itamlln best boy horseback rder under 15 years of age Cecil nrowir first Ray Crawford second prettiest girl baby under 12 months old Mrs Anna Cox first Mrs It H Hicks second prettiest boy baby under 12 months Mrs Minnie Savior prettiest girl between 3 and 4 years old Mrs Ella Hayes Best mare or gelding over one and under two years James Smith best mare or gelding over two and under three years J C Bailey ot Crab Orchard first R W Gaines of Lin coin second best mare or gelding any age J P Chancellor first J M Cress second best pair mares or geldings J U Wade first S T Curtis second best mare or gelding any ape P Parish first It E Thompson second best double team Deasle Kennedy of Stanford first J H Thompson second best running walk or P Parish first n W Dunn se= ond Elmer Moore third Pacing and trotting race Q W DIshon first Polly Perkins sccoatl R E Thompson third running race Beasley Kenney first Elijah Hop kins second Best suckling colt any sex under six months old J M Lear first O W Rogers second best colt any sex sired by Frank the splendid stallion Some typewriter advantages stiiatedinevitably Of the Premier krKleg41vPlateva Rerewila TfttyU lUck na BeariegCiim e te7beerdSP DirePertnrXM Ribbon UtlfonnTouei tJall ug T BAr Cotaui FinJtf tad Pangrafttxf Decimal Tabulator Perfect Et ied F titIetmhe Fl d Lift Catnap netjLeren S lZtili rt ProtectedRibbon CearDriren Canug Ritboa Controlled flom Keyboard Vtiulta and Ueimul UM Space Peeled Dust CuMd Hick Loa CtfrUjp RdKder iprored Maz z a1tope Escapement Spcediett ever devisedComplete Straight Line 1 Keyboard and A Key for Every Character I leloagiag to A H Hamt4 and a special premium by Mr Harinlln pre mium awarded to Gee W Pltraaa eet cot by Silrer Dare a special pre eslt4M by It L Smith H C Jones grit D F Nee teCH BURLEY CROP SMALL Commissioner of Agriculture Ran kin aya that from the information he has received from tho various coun ties in the Burley district ho has come to thq conclusion that tho while Burley crop this year will not be more than 65 or 70 per cent of an avorapo crop If that much In a few of the counties that navn been favored with rain the tobacco Is In a fairly good shape and If the weather remains warm and the frosts do not como early a 76 or SO per emit crop will be had on an average In a large majority of the counties however tobacco has suffered from drouth and In somo of these counties there will not bo n 40 or SO per cent crop 1lilL Moreland Mr Ulll Belden and sister Miss Jeunle Belden of Louisville passed through Moreland last Sunday on their way to Liberty whore they will iBlt their grandmother Mrs ludgo Belden They will attend the fair Miss Lucite Oluwiddlo who hu been with her grandmother Mrs John Dlnwlddle of Huatonvlllo started for her home In Oklahoma Miss Mabel McClure of Mbreland will start to school In Richmond Ky bout the first of September Mr Pull Hughes of Mllledgcvlllo re colred news of the death of his dough tor In law Mrs Edward Hughes of Winchester Mr and Mrs Hubert Steel who havo been visiting their father Mr W D Manson started for their home Colburn Va pug 23rd Her sister MIs i Mary Hanson returned with her she will attend school In Virginia Mr Cox wife and two daughters expect to move to Bowling Green In a few months Mrs C L Pruitt of Junction City spent tug r with Mrs JIt Prultt of Moreland August 23 If your liver Is sluggish and out tone and you feel dull bilious con stipated take a dose of Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets tonight before retiring and you will all right In the mronlng Sold by Pen nys Drug Store easy actIon I light running T- u JH KENNEDYRICHMOND a a S KENTUCKY t + gjtj yf v X 7 Will lit Glad to Serve any of his Lincoln County FrIends and Ac V fualhtancei L REPRESENTING PETER BURGH A RD OF LOUftVILLE WILL BE I I GLAD TO EXHIBIT DESIGNS OF MONUMENTS AT REASONABLE PRICES ALL WORK GUARANTEED TO GIVE 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on the island Jt cases to her through the open door War By turning her head she could see the bright expanse of land and ea and sky beyond Yet no figure Isrkeatd the entrance He stood out bf sight but within hearing calling her Bane Ike tHe to her feet gathered the tunic about her waist by a clan lure K y4altt4 grass thrust the knits wltila a rude sheath she had made for K aa stepped out upon the sand She pad an iastlact that something un usual had happened for never before bad he veatured to come to tho cave and thus awaken her The change In their relations might hate moved him 4 to this extraordinary course yet she did not believe that 1ft hadShe found him In a great stato of excitement As she cleared the entrance he ran Ii toward her waving his hands There is something ho cried hiIvolco thrilling with now and strange emotions on tho other side of the liland Is It something of enough Impor lance she said softly laying her ad upon his shoulder to keep from kissing mo good morning ouI Evidently whatever It was it was toot she thought for a happy moment AS ho swept bor to his breast at once That bad been his first Instinct that had been his burning desire tbo night long to havo her In his arms was his constant thought but he was new to lovers ways unused to loves cue toms and besides he had sworn that the advances must como from her But once the advance was made the plgnal was displayed the permission was given ho more than did his part Tresslng back her head he fed his full upon her lips No not that he could never dd that but ho kissed her long end for a moment forgot what he had to tell It was she who first ro raembercd And what la It she naked on tbo other side of the island I forgot it for the moment he an cowered passionately as I forget verytbtngwlth you In my arms She laughed at this bold assertion You love she said as If you had been taught to do it from the begin ning The sight of you your touch the air that hangs about your person they havetaugbt me and I am only beginning nowto show you bow much I love you If this bo the beginning sho laughed what will be the ends There is no end he replied laugh ing in his turn But you came here to tell me something else When I started from the other side t of the island It seemed the greatest thing bit1 could tell but since I have aeon you Man man she cried with pleas aRt Impatience what Is It that you saw Ilth nkJtII a ship be answered hvith sudden gravity A ship sho cried Sbo laid her hand upon her heart 1jaad sank down upon a near by boul If his words were true what would it mean to them both 1 hue never seen a ship but there U a dark object yonder he point ed across the Island toward the farther onion too tar away for me to dls Public Sale Having decided to sell my stallions woks Jcnnetts etc will offer for sale at public auction Saturday September 3rd 1910 at my place G 12 miles from LAnClUj ter and JL 12 mllcp from Buckeye pike on Poor Ridge pike at thcBuckA Carter farm the following live stock r One 7yearold ttallloa by ingnitr Dare a fine acting animal 10 12 hands high 1 three year bId stallion i by Kentucky Pcavino also olio two year old atallloa by Be PeaVino 1 seven year oW Wllkcs bred stallion 1 five yew old Jack 1C 12 bands bigr 1 slxear old Jack 15 12 hands high 1 three year old Jack 15 12 hands high a couple of good two year oW jacks i Oaq Jcim9tt and Jack colt at side 1 Jeiueit due to fold in September also lire Je Hetts bred to a big 16 12 hands high Jack One extra good three year old saddle mare One five yoar41d wore and colt 18 head oi seett7 4yi TaiittocK ta all good and sound subject te k registered Pedigree furailibecl h t IrI also sell about 315 acres of uu ttrQvc4 land i TMHNL WAUC ER Fornf rmat 11 nl silty=y Un casleriKintucky CUT FLOWERS FOR SAGE I with the belt sa ofwill eetbelreshestofcutflowersplante ktnde bulbsall notice Alio make a specialty of wreathe for for funeral tlon wlththeabove I baTe all kimlt of vegetablei on haoa M reasonable JoeOJlRJ8TMAN GR1CENlIOUflEB UBJlltlUJlBoH tnanfd Y tUguisk what it Is but smoke risdee trot It Let us goi She rose to her feet and extended ker head He took it and they began to run They ran as often as they walked except la the greater beat of midday Lithe freelimbed lightly clad deep chested and strong la this emergency they headed straight across the bill instead of taking the longer way around the sands The distance was not great There was a sort of rude path which they had made and often traversed and laafew moments they stood panting a little for they had been unusually speedy and eager on the top of the bill There cried tho was pointing to seaward His eyesight was better than hers but hers was still sufficiently keen as she followed his outstretched arm and extended finger to see upon the far horizon a dark object which was un doubtedly a ship A hazy column of smoke elongated bektnd It and told her it was a steamer You were right she said at last a little sob in her voice It Is a ship It means rescue The world is coming to our shores My world Is here he returned laying his hand upon her shoulder and for answer she drew closer to him glad to feel his clasp about her waist She had time to think how singularly like the language of convention was the language of nature It was Yes She SaIdou Passes By what any other man jvho loved would havo said und In tho same wnyIThat ship Is passing by he wont on When I saw It as I woke this morning it was there It goes rap IdlyYes fbe said it passes by I care not he Interrupted I dont want anything else or anybody else Now that 1 have you I am content here Out we nhall Jiummon it and bring it back she went on resolutely How1 be asked curiously Uy lighting the beacon yonder Ibad forgot that Out I did not do back to the cave and bring the Hint and steel You will find them in the tITer box on the shelf by the Bible and make haste I will go the quicker he JJaldI turning to her that I may be the sooner back with you He turned and bounded away like a young deer She watched him through the trees and then sat down upon the summit of the hill and stared toward the ship She was glad of course that they were to be rescued but as In the Joy bf their love there was sorrow so In her gladness there was apprehension That test of which she had dreamed the night before was now to bo Complete She would postpone the telling of her story un til he could hear In comment upon It the voice of the world They had lived in Eden Eden with out a serpent They had plucked the tree of knowledge at will and no consequences evil had ensued yet nevertheless they must go out Into the world now world with Its worldithtake uprthe appointed life of men He lvcd r now there could not be r wouldjeKnew t wprld knew as well that stioVbaa thought what ebe tad en and what she had done 1 Alas hen that Chips boat touched the s ores r t tho angel oft ie flaming sword would always guard their entrance and prevent tkelr rc tiirnlngtolt She a brave woman She could f4ce tie h1edtableTtthcqurale with a philosophy which now at last was peaceflaa falls to the lot cf tea ofthe dill dreg of sorrow Perhaps that was all that she was destined to look back heldfought not to rebel against that pecsi blllty She ought to be glad of such an opportunity indeed But she was a woman and by and byske bid her face in her hands and wept In all their he had never seen her WeepTearawere entirely foreign to his experience He knew what sorrow was whit sadness was what sympathy was lot his heart had been torn when she hadreed to him 8Qtrowandbl8pathetic in the Old Covenant arid the ffew had appealed to him profoundly but his were not easy cars He had sorer shed any Ho lad never seSn any He was appalled therefore laldbinsad heard the evidence ef her grief t He dropped the btu to the sod and I knelt beside her Has tho sight of the ship made you weep ho said softly 1 wish that I bad never come to tell you it was there We have been so happy together you and I said the woman This island has been my world my haven my heaven rather and you have been humanity to mo but now the earth opens before you You will have oth er hopes other ambitions perhaps Dont say it protested the man vehemently I shall have nothing nothing but you anywhere everywhere and besides nothing is changed See the smoke grows faInt- er the ship more dim She passes beyond Things shall be as they were I We shall live on and love on I Her desolation her sorrow appealed to him profoundly He took her in his arms He laid her head gently upon his shoulder There was protee lion aad tenderness as well aa pas lion In his touch Together he whispered patting her hair softly alone you and II For one delicious moment with closed eyes she let herself be so soothed and comforted But her bet ter nature woke oa the instant as it wereNo she said drawing away from him gently It would not be right We belong In the world of men Men and women are not men and women until they have lived among their fel lows until they havo fought down the temptations of which we know noth ing here and have conquered them out there Give me tho flint and steel Imust call back the ship Ho stooped as she spoke and picked up the little sliver box Ho extended his hand toward her and then sud denly drew It back You cannot light tho beacon be said Cannot she cried No for I will not give you the flint and steel You must give It to me I will not I am the stronger and you cannot tako It from me he returned with growing firmness- It was the first time in all their in tercourse that ho had disobeyed a command She looked at him amazed her heart nevertheless throbbing at the mastery in his tone at the thought that he was willing to throw away the world for her It is true he had had no experience of that ho was giving up but he was not entirely Ignorant of what lay beyond the horizon and she had presented it in such a way that it glowed with color and life and charm The evil the sordid and tho wretched had been lightly al luded to Just definitely enough to shade tho picture and bring out the higher lights of civilization lily was not tho decision therefore of an un tutored inexperienced savage not the abandonment ot a toy by a child there was some reality In it and tho reality measured his affection Her heart leaped In her breast at that thought For one fleeting moment she acquiesced Things would go on In the old way But things could not go on In the old way For a day and a night in spite of the great change that had come to their feelings life had flowed on as usual but there was a limit to human power It was bet ter wbatever betide that they should go back to civilization The woman Stared at him long and earnestly her lip trembling hur face pale her eyes shining They stood speechless at gaze for a moment and then she spokeYou are right she said my pow er over you has gone I can no longer command Mine has ceased to be the supreme will but I beg you I entrat you I pray you give me the flint and steel See on my knees I ask youl She sank down before him In an at titude which he knew to be that of prayer They had often read the sacred Scriptures and bad said their prayers together on the sand or beneath the trees since she too In the solitude had seen God and believed- I cannot 1 will not be answered Ijoarsely stepping nearer to her- No she said you mUll not touch me you shall not touch mo 1 shall be to you as a stranger unless you take roe by force if you will not let me light that beacon No said the man doggedly When the world touches our shores it passListentell you something about honor and duty My honor jays that that ship must be called My duty bids me call her You said that you love me Said exclaimed the man You do love me then returned the woman and I you but that love must he tested tried In the world I can Bettrhelieva in it in you until tie trial has been made We mmt call back the ship owl 1 can believe in you without any test I am different I have been opt there I know what it is I have Been other mean She looked fixedly at hint He beak l er to beg aaq laid his band upon her shoujder act this time In caress gbe winced from the tightness of his grasp the flerce Intensity of hIs Clutch yet she did not draw away and be was not conscious of the fprce he used You have seen other men They have loved you Yes she forced herself to reply And your I have loved no man but you You had something to tell me You were to tell me today Yes twaalt about somo other mant YeeSitIwhen we have gone back where men and women live IWhy not now must hear the voice of the world in comment upon what I say But If we do not go back Theru will be a Pf ret between us which I will carry to my graveIt would be fatal to our happiness You see wo must call back the ship Give me the filnt and steel for Gods sake It you love me man bad never adjured him In that IShe before He stood irresolute a moment and dropped the box at her feet She had conquered conquered by appealing to his love for her Noth ing else she felt would have moved himEagerly she opened the sliver box and took thence the tiny Implements Fortunately they were ln the heart ot the dry season To strike a spark was easy to communicate It to the tin derllke brushwood was easier stilt In a moment catching the inflammable wood dried out by the tropic sun the flames roared through the great mass The cliff or peak at the top of the Is land made a background for the flame and soon a pillar of fire 20 or 30 feet high leaped and curled up into the still air of the morning The woman beckoned The two ran around the peak of the rock until they were sheltered from the fierce heat of tho tire From where they stood they could see the ship Do you think naked the man that the people on the ship will see the flame They cannot fall to see it And how will they regard IU As a signal And what will they do Turn about and head for tho is landAnd how can we toll what they are doingWhen the smoke ceases to slow gate she replied It will show us that they have turned and are heading this way There was no breeze apparently and the smoke would follow the wake of the ship They watched the little speck on tho horizon with strained in tensity for a few momenta How if she passes aDOf asked the man at last I shall take it as a sign said the woman slowly thatLookl she cried In sudden gladness The ship had turned and the cloud of smoke now rose straight above her in the still air They have seen the signal went on the woman They will come here We shall be taken away Itls your fault nald tho man grimly I wanted nothing but to bo alone with you CHAPTER XIII The Long Search Mr Valentine Arthur Langford was wearily pacing the quarter deck of his magnificent yacht the Southern Cross Mr Langford was an intensely dis appointed ant embittered man He had made two ventures which by a stretch of language in one case at least could be called matrimonial and both of them had resulted In disaster Death opportunely had relieved him of one wife the other who had stood in the place of the torm without the legal ceremony orjhevjplrltual benediction had anl hed irner circumstances so mysterious that he had no Idea wheth er she was alive or dead On a certain night some three years ago he had a dim remembrance that he had be bared like a brute to a woman His remembrance was only dim as to de tails It was entirely clear as to the factWhat had happened u a result of his conduct he could not clearly state The next morning the crew had found him lying Insensible on the cabin floor with a fractured skull The woman was gone also the power boat whIch had trailed astern of tho yacht in the pleasant weather Such was his physi cal condition that when he was not unconscious be was delirious lie had been able to give no coherent account of affairs and equally unable io give any directions as to the future i1tive menta of tho yacht which had been bound nowhere In particular upon a pjeasure cruise The old aalling master and captain much distressed by the situation and the emergency in which he found him sell suddenly plunged decided that his best course in fact his only course was to get back to civilization and a doctor as soon as possible lie had Instantly put tha yacht about and headed for the nearest land where he might hope to get suitable care for his terribly ill young employer He pusked the yacht to the utmost speed and in three weeks dropped anchor in Honolulu Just In time to save the young mans life Indeed for a long time It was touch and go as to wheth er his life could be saved at all and It was not until nearly a year bad elapsed before the Southern Cross sailed for1 sh Francisco wth a weak Mad shaky but convalescent owner pa hftC J5 4Vtsr deck The departure of Katharine Brentori with Valentine Langford had made a great sensatle hut it waa nothing to tbe sensation which raged when It be game knbwa that Valentine Langford bad returned without her She was a woman of too such importance she had played too large a part in the affairs of the world civilization had manifested too uch Interest in her her to drop out obits sight without at least making an effort to find her The position of Mr Valen interestinglydifficult qUlry Mr Langferds previous mar un4nown plete and adequate Idea ot the terms of tho union which had been entered upon so blithely between Langford and Miss Drenton that the first question that met him when he came back along WM as to which one feal vipeatad Had the woman come to her senses had the man grown tired of her bad they parted and where was the worn an 1 Thes4 w0reivqaeries which were put to him wlththe dlre simplicity ot the American public through its impe rious representatives the reporters And to these questions Mr Langford could return no adequate Cnswer what ever except tho truth which he could not bring himself to tell lIe declared that she had left the yacht in the South seas that he did not know her present whereabouts and refused to say anything further privately or in public Miss Brenton had no near relations what was everybodys bust ness was nobodys and presently public interest in he declined She and her philosophy wero practically for gotten by all But Langford himself Fortune which had done him some evil turns here however Interposed to his advantage The lady who legally bore his name departed this life and left him a free man Brute though he had been Langford was not without some strong idea of honor and decency Indeed he had enjoyed long and undistributed hours of meditation upon his sins of omission and commis sion during his period of convalescence and the calm consideration of character and career had done him good At heart In spite of his brutal conduct for which drink had largely been responsible he was a gentleman and capable of things fine and high under the stimulus of some really great emotion He had como to real ize to put It mildly what an awful fool ho had been to say nothing of his villainy What had led him to this realization bad been the remembrance of tho hours he had passed with Kathy arine Brcnton before the clouds had arIsen whIch had culminated In that awful storm the recollection of which fairly made him shudder However he had deceived her by professed ad herence tTher wild theories and Im possible pbUjsophles he had honestly loved herand association with her had been of benefit to him If he only had not given away to his temper and his appetite I If it had not been for his former obligation Ho had married his wife In a moment of boyish Infatuation The union had been impossible almost from tho first She was little more than an adventuress much older than he who had entrapped him for his money There had been a separation on a liberal financial basis to which the woman had readily even cheerfully agreed and he had no lingering re mains of affection to hold him back Her death was only a relief to him Ho felt that he owed reparation to Katherine Brenton and bo was more willing to pay the debt because he was honestly and genuinely in love with her so far as a man of his tempera ment could be in lovo with a woman Ho wanted to make amends for his treatment He would have given any thing he possessed to have been able Mr Langford Was an Intensely Dis appointed and Embittered Man to say how ashamed he was tall that he had done and to beg her to forgive him and marry him The death of his father and the ne cessity for the administration of the vast interests of the bonanza kings estate prevented him from at once engaging upon the search which he promised himself hO would make but he expedited matters sometimes to his own loss as rapidly as he could and after nearly A years stay in San Franclsfo Qe found himself in post rtake his qUest for a year fherejifteiJ h tahdtlle Southern Cross Jrh rs4 the uaezdiored uavfs Ited w f use 84uth seas He bad landed upi i Bd after island which het pad JikaaUfeayith rnlautl particularity 5otnef lad Iq habited by I through Interpreters had pcoeIrre Jrequea tloned uaavalllagl ran across stray yotiu tracing Alaottg the Is lands and through tbe a con atanut Increising ever wldtajntr mediums he tarried on but without result In thus sweeping the Pacific he visited everything that was charted and all that he could find that was not and was now ir wad bound convinced that the 1 aue have foundered and that ui f never solve the mystery of ap I pearance 1 So assiduously bad he stcated his search that the crew of the Southern Cross who knew nothing as to the cause of the eagerness with the ex ception of the ship master looked upon him as a harmless visionary They had been away so long and had visited so many islands with sa much hardship oftentimes with so much danger from uncharted reefs in the un known seas that they were one and all Wildly anxious to return from theto them aimless wandering If he had communicated to Ibem at the tint hiso oJ c c IeagernelllSan Francisco and he straltly charged his sailing master to say nothlsEioi ItConsequently the lookout sn they foretopmast crosstree on a certain summer morning catclllnliJcht of a dim blue haze on be horizon fajrolpC to starboard made no report ot ItWhat was the usef It would sUrde lay matters and they were wlthlstev few weeks of Honolulu now andiaaV other fortnight beyond Hawaii would c bring them back to the United States for which they all longed with file de sire of men who bad been sway freee home and confined to the narrows decks of a cruising ship for over oyearSomethingu to whether itrwaaf Providence or not ho was somewhat doubtful in his mind afterward brought Langford on deck before hllS usual time for rising The watcwttc in charge of a rather sleepy stoptaV second officer unimaginative aalua observant He had not neticsdt they land which It was difficult to ae frbsi the deck at any rate especially aalt r did not lie between the yacht anditlTe sun and as it had not been reported from the masthead he know nothing of it Langford had found sleep ihipos sIble The year of search the consume i disappointment tho pressing sons of mystery tho feeling that his condUct i was indeed irreparable had preyed upon him He was thin worn nervous and Irritable He walked up and down tbo deck in the cool of the mornltic theoyes as the goal of his efforts Now she was gone and ho must concen trate his life upon something else lie gazed languidly and indifferent about the horizon his unpracticed eye j noticing nothing for a time Suddenly however staring off to starboard listlessly during a pause In nls steady tramp he thought he caught a glimpse of light Ho looked Idly in the direc tion whence the reflection had come for a few moments and saw ltragain Ia thin cloud of smoke or was Itihaze rose above it Ho was punrodbr itof course and stood staring The concentration In his gaze he thought dls covered to him a cloudy BHnK Iri the gray of the dawn whIch might mean land Ho knew there was rio land charted In those seas for be hkdcare- fully studied the chart the night beH fore saying nothing to anyone for ho had become somewhat sensitive about the matter j He ran down the companion Ifidderr Into his cabin and fetched thence ar new and powerful glass which upori i his return to the deck no foousedEs upon the distant Point of lights By1 the aid of those powerful binocular ho made out what It was Hetwas iman of quick decision andJ purposes He called the officer to him pntntedw to the light and handed the glasarta the man in question MfFHoltzmant r t The officer took at quicks loqlp through the glasses handed tBenrbdcfc to their owner and said laconically Land Fire Smoke sir Head the yacht to that Island at = onceVery good afro said ttieofficer turning to the man atthb wheel andf 1 ordering the helm to be put aport The yachts bows swung slowly round until the IslandanC the light = were both dead aheadi Now Mr Holtzman saIJrL1 irford when the maneuver was come pleted who is at the mastHeaW Ill see sir answered the seconfl o officer stepping forward Bring him to me said thowner as the officer turned awayy In a few moments the oflTcercame back to the quarterdeck followed by one of the seamen Thg mart looed very much frightened for Ian for4 was In a towering passion and when ho was in a passion Ile was mLa pleasant spectacle Did you sea that Island yohderrs began the owner fiercelyI 1ertrVes sir said the man desperately You did Yes sir Why didnt you report It 1 The man hesitated shlftlpg fotBi one foot to another muttered some thing about a wild goose chaser Car ried away by anger Langford sprang at hIm and scald have aaa hm 0 ily violence had he not been quI7 n restrained by the second omcer Mr Langford sir said Holttaaa grasping him tightly recover yeur self sir The check was sufficienttGo forward cried LangforBcoe trolling himself with difficult Mrs Holtzman send for Capt Harp i Very good sir answered tttet Js cer And meanwhile you are takeepr + straight for that Island until ferthecr orders IIn a few momenta thq oMf cpUlsr himself before theowmrfiL Harper began the young man Ira periouslv the lookout this musnio cplt ate tares to rcpt hat taclf thn island yonder 1 V it j if E cud t Ray ftc ca Vu In p ud ret Lm ajLre at theA fry clvjj cd port Very welljilr najdthe old selling master not daring to remonstrate uo der such circumstances Do you know that island J ceatlm ued Langford No sir answered Harper new not set down in any chart L kavefrt never heard of it before jHarper said the other laylarkea 4 hand upon tho old mans arm ll owsr last chance We are passing anKatmp a region of thesr Islands If site ibl a VtV there we shall saver find liarri M frail lilt 11ft 4aohftUAkU iXo Be COBtlBUe J a twssaiIttstr rr r LnJlolnaonlOnO lU1LlAL JHR1QR JOURN II rC 6 cite PQ KY Every dull If not yours to the net agency of 4 i Ii- I r J t A every home la a handsome sanitary I e Appointed bathroom It adds to the I Joyand comfort of living Keeps loc ti c r tors bills down Vfo prepnr + rs ffd to put one in for you and when figures you wont find nearly so high as you expect 4 11 rw ffhehe 189 Stanford Ky- ate Z t1J J- I I I 4 1 Od QuitBusiness Salenving formed connections with Tobacco Warehouses in Danville wo will be compelled tq givo all of our time to that business after H September 15th Until September let wo offer every vehicle in our reposiLory CostAll unsold Satur day September 3rd will be Bold at auction This stock consists of about vehicles BUGGIES ii4 PHAETONS I DANVILLE KY HeCB BRIGHT COMPANYDANVILLE COOL f Heat Except Needed DISHES HOTFOOD WELL COOK ED KITCHEN COOL NO UNDER DUNE FOODNO OVERHEATED KITCHEN IN SUMMER EVERY THING HOT WHEN WANTED HEAT UNDER PERFECT CONTROL AND CONCENTRATEDTHE IS ALL HEAT NO SMOKENO ODOR NO DIRT THESE ARE SOME OF THE AD VANTAGES IN USING THE NEW PERFECTION WICK BLUE FLAME tOIL COOKSTOVE everywhere writ fen DeacMptiv Circular THE STANDARD OIL COMPANY Incorporated tfIta Jj 1 Shirts Dollars and jBiggest Line Ever Brought Crab OrchardIi L L SANDERS Orchard Kentucky aCrabE iii LUXURIOUS NECESSITY fden too are YQUtsefour iieiq rWirk WARNER Actual KITCHEN No Where Ties YOUR CHANCE For Q- BARGAIN This RalfC Fir Only 52425 See It GEO II FARRIS CHOOSING A WHIP Is an easy matter hero We have every style foevery use uni nt about any nrlcu 1le nily whip you cannot get here la a poor one We have none of that kind Our whips arc only a sample of our harness and all kinds of horse goods Youll find the latter Just as good as Ue whips and equally moderato In price t s J CMcCLARY Stanford Ky Ao f4Y All new up todate ea lee bought this Sum mer Not a shopworn job in the house Come early and get the chqicc eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeePROFESSIONAL AND e IUSINESS CADS eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeMINKS Abe Mink Moreland Prop Ky New Hotel Opposite Depot and Stable Special Rates to Traveling men Everything Brand New Single Rooms age ts ass- RM NEWLAND Representing The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co The leading annual dividend Com pang Itarilsllnctlon Is duo to adher ence of successive managements to the principle1 pf mutuality W W BURGIN DENTIST Office at Residence CRAB ORCHARD KV DR T W PENNINGTON Dentist Hours 83012 AM and 1 la 430 PM otHce Myers House flats Stanford Ky DR W CRAIG- Oculist I and Optician over H J McRoberts Store Stanford Ky PRESSED STANDING SEAM GAL VANIZED ROOFING Large Quantities carried In Stock EADS TIN SHOP Stanford Phone 114 JOHN COOK Veterinary Surgeon and dentist Specialist on all horse and animal disease Stanford Ky Phone 194 WILL ADAMS Livery all kinds of hauling Furniture picking Stanford KY Phone 173 MASONS MEET Lodge No eF3A M will raeet IUncolncommunication on eacb ant and third Monday nlgbti oteacb month at fUK oclock in their hall on main reel BUn ford Ky Membon of sister lodges art fra ternally Invited to be present T W Yea alnxton 80I e J J BELDEN I For iou carrlao and IIID palnllnl dec- orsttvepperI banslnl she bUllY trlmmio- of sit klads suob as tops recovered curtalol- I and bootl mad ntopo srMdrld sibl c k smith shop West alI 141anfordYy- FboneI oIT14 r J JBKLDEN LN TIME TABLE No Jl heath UiM PII- I No fee loath 104A x No4SoMb4tOX X No 2Nertbe49 r x Noir10MAx Nol0p M JOS S RICE Agent J G Riddle CRAB ORCHARD KY Buyer of All kinds of farm produce and ant paying today for liens j 4 1J 13 to lac Eggs 17 to Ii 1Z Bprlugers ellsto 11 12 Hoastefs t5to51c Turkeys 12 tD13 Ducks 7 to 8c tides 6 12 to 7c Feathers 15 to 43o Meal Flour Ship Stuff and Chicken Feed for sale or In exchange for I Produce Phone 20 I SMALL HEMP CROP IN GARRARD Garrard hemp crop this year will be only about one fourth the usual yiefd because of the fact that the acreage Is only about a fourth of what Is was before the farmers turned their attention from the growth of that staple to the extensive cultivation of tob ccOrho quality however la about up to the average The largest crop near Lancaster Is a 150 acre tract two miles to the northeast cultivated by James House on v hat was formerly the Deailey Bros1 farm One of of the finest hemp crepe of lower Qarrard Is that grown by T Yates Hudson and It lies proven Jo bo sitperlpr both in quantity and quality Reports from the adjoining county s of Doyle also shows quite a reduction In the acreage of hemp the iJlO crop being about onodiltivof what It was before tobacco became lho leadlrg t product 7 d Y I SUKREVS ROAN WAGONS I FARMERS DEPARTMENT Fresh cow for sale Apply to Mrs l R Coleman e Hemp harvester for sale In good condition W A Tribble For SdleA well Improved fsrni of 20 acres near AIL Salemluu hold and kitchen furniture stock anei farming tools P If Voodion ML Salem Ky 4923 For Sale Ulaok mare 5yearold with filly colt by her side Sound Jesse D Sartaln Thurlow Joues sold 58 head lJflO pound steers to W H Llllard pf IJoyle at 5U 0 per hundred and Hen ry Osmond sold 29 head of 1400 pound cattle to Mr Llllard at Ii cvnU Mr Llllard sold Mr Osmond 28 bend ot feeders at J475 per hundred T F Durham of Doyle sold 21 head averaging J325 pounds to CIcland Coleman of Harrodsburg at J623 per hundred tr For SaleSow and J pigs It L Berry Ilustouvllle Wanted cattle to graze 70 acres of good blue grann L Berry HUll tonvllle flea Bright of Boyle sold to Mr Perk Ingram his farm known an the Dick D I ice on the Lexington Danvlllebplace the price paid U not known It Is thought to he 7135 per acre Kentucky Is a bettor place than Oklahoma In the eyes of W 1t OUrynn who writes from Oklahoma City to M C Rankin Commissioner of Agriculture for information regard Ing the State He says he in front Kentucky and he wishes he waa back In the State now as he thinks It Is a better place In which to live Iii says in the letter that If Kentucky had a Jive commercial organisation like that of Oklahoma many of the men who are going to Oklahoma from the East would stop In Kentucky in stead of going further west He wants the kind of information that Is sent out from Kentucky encouraging im migration Mr Rankin will comply with his request and will suggest that he come back to Kentucky Mr Oflryan Is only ono ot several who have left Kentucky to gq to Okla boma who hive written to Mr Ran kin that they are eon they left SALE OF LAND I As awni of tro heirs it Mrs Nat nU U lcllII I will on the premise nt abut 2 Si P 21 on 8 t ireay Sept 10th 1913 utter for nisi ul pyblU outcry l tract of 53 8U100 acres owned by Mrs Thecland Is about 12 mile from Turners villa on the McCormacks church pike is well watered andall In grass Pos session given Jan J Terms will be announced on diy of sale J U PAXTON AgenL COOK FARMS FIRST ANNUAL I Friday September SALE 30th Oreatest event ftho kind ever held In Kentucky 50 saddle mare colts and fillies 50 jennets and colts All registered Catalogues now ready Every ono of these Jennets should be kept in Kentucky- J F COOK CO 618 Lexington1 Ky H BmNorthcoll LANCASTER KY nUYEPt OF All Kinds of Farm Produce Stanford itaitch K Tudor Mgr WE ARE PAYING TODAY FOR Ileus 4 9lOc Eggs 7 16ICs Springers 4 10llc1213C Turkeys 1 0 Ducks per b78eRo-ot rs per lbti v i 5=5140 Rides per Ib7cFeathers V 15 40c IIClauses per lb 500 Yellow Root per lbt 115126 LIMgAND SALDFOR SALE OR IN EXCHANa F R tJRODUCE We can please yourPhone 153 I I 4 1 rCOST4fi i a Clearance Sale Or J Clothing Oxfords Straw Hats Odd Pants J SUITS t e 2s 8ultsatb m98 2250 Suit lit t 1598 20 Suits at 1396 18 Suits at 1198 5 Suits at S Qgg 1250 Suits at898tG Suit trVa98S 6 Suits at VA493 OXFORDS i 4 Oxford t32350 Oxfords at i WJ9 U9ttf2f Oxfords at 1M 1200 Oxfords ati168 w we are In We carry full tine cement and for here be found of tho best quail ty and the best for No will save you trouble and uonecta airy by to ui for an J A New 9t This We offer OM hundred DoIUtfi maid for af O boo WALDIXO KIXNAN MAM IN- Wholml Druttm Toledo a Taka llalli lffor t HATS 1 3O Hats at 2M V I 3 Hate 250 at 4 j 178 1 2 Hats ttt 10 Hats L 1 Hats at ODQ PANTS i i 7 Pants T I I Pants at 4q- t J 15 Pants t1 t 4 Pants atwir218 t390 Pants ati I2M 3 Pants at 1 250 Pants tHI1HSAM ROBINSON L MULE COLTS WANTBDJ it1 Ii I be at J H Baughmzns ole on WEDNESDAY SEPT 7TH To Buy 1OQj Mule Colts Joe Kindig York Pa r e I will be glad for any of my y friends who have mule colts to sell to bring i them J H Baughman t having STIRRING TIMESIa everything else needed building Everything purchased will intended purpose ekpcaee sending estimate LLEI 1t1K BitD CARTERLiver Depot Street hope STANFORD KENTUCKY Hows haulGterrbJOcnforthincIfrsaek aU1D1rdlrecllY peebottleFanUy comtlpatloa at228It tI1iatrus8a 411t12 Stanford Ky will FINE FARM FOR SALE 4 Ottenhelmwelt watered one Uubdrcd acre la i grass 50 acres for wheat tiLl UM itSbearingfruit trees ft baera ReWlx1- 00W kouse cistem at- all WrC HW 4BwesaryOttU uUIji two teeagt 4 taatldelivery I cfturc1tWIl1Stanford Ky Box U PkM 8 ring I Nee For the next 20 dy8 wo wilt ael 4 aeJo1ot1 cockerelsfor i t Mill Kln B MeaBtalB Ky 1- Ii cMc1a H Undertaker and Embalmer j STANFORD KY omo Ikoa U T noRlII1 benete 3f l4 I S I