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" P I S HTANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTS, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, AUUl'ST 36th, 1910 No. C3 ATTEMPTED MURDER COX BITTERLY SCORED THE NEW CIRCUIT JUDGE. BAD MAN IS CAUGHT AGAIN IN GARRARD COSBY FAMILY HOLD BIG REUNION HERE ANDSUiClDE BY AUDITOR JAMES: APPOINTMENT-M- R. THOMAS F. CRUMP 8TAB8 WIPE FOR WALKER Me'ROBERTS DECLARED AND CUTS HI8 THROAT HIMSELFOUT IT UNDER AT McKINNEY CIRCUMSTANCES. JOHN GRIMES FINALLY RUN TO NUMEROUS KITH AND KIN OF KINDLY CLAN IN JOYOUS EARTH BY OFFICER LIVE GATHERING NEWS OF LANCASTER About 12 o'clock Baturday night tho distance liooplo residing a short South of MoKlnney woro aromod from peaceful slumber by the agonl-.-o- d scoams Of a woman. Many hyr-rleto tho point from whcnae tlio scronmi cauto niul woro horrified to rind Thomas F. Crump writhing In Mio death strugglo with his throit Cut and hla wiro bleeding from sv oral knife thrust Inflicted by her d The Appointment of Lewis W Walker ol (larrard. as Clroull Judge or this Judicial distnot, has certainly Mlrrod up the nnlmals In some quur ters. 8tato Auditor Krank 1. James who wna anxious to hove Hon. 1'ero M. Mcltoberts, ot this rlty, appointed. gave out an Interview to tho repoit- crs lor the city papers at Frankfuit In which ho bitterly scored At tins; Coventor Cox for the appoint ment ol Walker. It develops that Mr. Mcllobcrts declared hi nself out o the rnco ear, Friday morning, when hu learned from friends here who bad been to see (lov. Cox In his behalf, that llu faot that ho had refused to go to don with Taylor's legislature In 18J9 during (ho ocltln: times of llio Uoc bol contest, wns being held against him .Mr. Mcltoberts railed up Auditor James and told him that tf that fa- -t was being considered, by tho Acting Governor In tho appointment of a msn for such a Judicial position, lit distinctly wnntod It understood that ho was not to bo considered nn nppll cant; that he had simply done what ho believed to bo right and his duty ni a legislator, and would do It again, If such condition should arise and ho were n member of the legislature again. Mr. Mcltoberts did not mince words In making his position understood In tho premises, and ho told Auditor .lames to tell the Acting Coventor Just how he felt about It. A short while alter he had talked with udltor, Cov. Cox announced tbo the appointment tit Walker na Judge. Auditor James kcems to have foil very strong about tho matter, himself, and gave vent to hla feeling In bis Interview, In which ho declares that although he has hitherto favorhe Is now ed Cox for Governor, against him unqualifiedly. The Cincinnati Enquirer had Its story or tbo alfntr Saturday under a Frankfort data line. IHiatHl'- - 'JF. '7' I husband. Investigation showed that Crimp Had attacked hla wlfo In tt.olr rbitcly cabin and after plunging n knlfo Into tier body several llmw, turned tlio weapon upon himself and I'nibed bla throat froni oar to oar, secrlng tho Jugular vein, canning him to bloed to Physicians death In fow moments. were haitlly summoned and after an examination or Mm trump a wounds, stated that tho chinccs woro faor-nbl- o for her recovery. Crump and hU wire moved to tho McKlnnry section from Casey county some tlmo ago and tho former was ungaged In raising a tobacco crop on the farm of K. L. Tanner. Hut llttlo Is known of him and no one seoms nblo to advanco a reasonable theory llu was about CO lor his years of ago and hla remains were Interred In tho cemetery at MoKlnney yesterday afternoon. SV'aHiiiiHPlll (iiHsH90SiMfyv. In "WB8..-J.- . . l1aWssssssssiiy JUDGE LEWIS L. WALKER. &? Big CAUGHT BY Fish HUGH LOGAN NEAft WHITE'S MILL. Mr. Hugh lxgan, of Crab Orchard, In DU river near Whites mill, last week caught a fish which is no far as la known tho largest ev-jtaken from that historic stream. i! had baited hla hook with a good sied minnow and when hla cork dlsapDear-cwater .ho made a gen-Upull ou'hts Hne; tout'to hlstnrpHse and that was his only reason. Cot Might have appointed Mcltoberts, T. THIS THIEF BECAME H. Hardin. B. F Iloach, J. T. Wilson, CONSCIENCE STRICKEN T. T. Qulsenberry, William llerndon or othcro, but he appointed Walker for Bradley's Influence Such u man JOHN H. SHANKS RECOVERS Is not fit for governor hau told LOST WATCH IN MYSTERI- Cox 1 was for him. but now I am OUS MANNER. against him for any olflec, for ir ho rhould be nominated and elected John If. Shanks haa Just gone Governor, Bradley would be Goternor South to . Columbus, Georgia, to loot the State, and tho whUsky ring vould control. In my Judgment tho cate nnd engage in tho Southern mule 1 while fishing r d appointment ot Walker Is a slap nt the Thirteenth Judicial District and that Cox knew it when he made the appointment." James was In Lexington and '?ox left for Louisville on the train on which James came to town. li ' i The Enquirer. .Sory,.. Hays Foster "Acting Cov. William M. Cox. or .the cork remained under. Mr. Iogan nvore power behind hU Maysvllje. Is a s'lnatl potato, and a pul a little G0E6 WITH NEW BANK AS ASsaid B'xt effort and to his astonishment ery small ono at that." SISTANT CASHIER pulled out a channel eat that weighed Htale Auditor Frauk P. James, of 33 Inches when he returned from Lx18- poTds nl measured. and learned that act Hays Foster, one of the best .known roai ruoath to tall. The fish had com lugton allowed the bait on Mr. Ing Gov. Cox had appointed Lewis L. and most popular young men In tbo pletoly lean's book although it was of the Walker, ol Lancaster, circuit Judge of city, has accepted the position ot asperch variety and about five Inches tha Thirteenth Judicial - district, com- sistant cashier or the new State Bank prising Mercer, Boyle,- Lincoln and and Trust Company, which will open los Garrard counties. tor business here next month. Mr. " Cox told me ho would not make Fobter has been bookkeeper for the Meb Talk the aDooIntment." said James, "and Llncolu County National Bank for fnnea'l had a conversation with him soveral years and Is well luallfled for HEARD WHEN NEGRO STABBED this mornlnr, from whit he said an J Che responsible place he will take. He the letters he read rae 1 was left un- Is a son of John B. Footer, one of the WHITE MEN AT MORELAND der the Impression that he would not moat prominent farmers of Lincoln Dick l.ee, a bad colored man. stub-b- o r.ppoint Walker, even If he did mak county. two white men, Emmctt Selkirk nu appointment. The formal opening oX the new I; At re at Moreland last .ind Husk "It ll my Judgment that Cox made nanclal Instltulon haa been set for Friday, and for a while there wus the appointment to please Senator W Sept, 24, a week or so later tnan wan t.ilr mnnr (hn friends Of tho two O. Ilradley, of Louisville, and to se- at first planned, but this postponemen of making an effort to storm the cure his Influence and his support In ment has been mado necessary b thi Jail here that night and lynch how bient ho seeks the republican nomia Inability to et the concreto work on .(... nation for governor. Walker Is fwiir heads nrovalled. the vault, flooring etc finished In IVflfclv. ureal trlend of llra'dfey, and Ilradley time. The banking room In tho Odd cori and nothing was done. ' . The two white men are fiom tho urxed his appointment. I think that Fellows' building is going to bo one , Green river section In Casey. It Is the appointment waa made by Cox ot tho handsomest in the state when to Moreland from purely selfish political purposes, completed. eald thai the) came soupht work loading lumber. and I know It will do Cox more harm and by tho than good. DANDRUFF AND ITCHING SCALP much of which had been dono became angry, It I negiC-ea-. "The people of the Stale owe him a YIELD TO THIS TREATMENT Le aid, and "went after" the white men- debt or gratitude, however, for In my Why experiment trying to driv; with a largo knife when they resent- judgment It makes plain his position iz the dandrutt germ from underneath n hA VII ins limine nHiMni , thn rlcil: od his remark to theui. greasy lotions or rancy ShWWT.W. U McCarty arrested thrown off. and It aeems to me that the skin with dressing when Pcnney'n Drug . was brought to Jail here. Cox Is lined up with the liquor peo-,l- hair Leo who guarantee ZKMO aud ZKMO reputation He will not be nble to fool them store will ,i jxu i ..i.i in have a- bad i.oap to entirely rid the scalp of the and to have wielded his reauy ki.uo It be ever runs for office again. "Jle knows all about Walker, tor I germ life thut causes the trouble. oboh previous occasions. SOAP can be told him. Cox rqad me a letter tlih ZEMO and ZEMO or town in America tained In any city morning In which tho Information was an.' aro recognUed the best tind most OPPORTUNITY BUSINESS conveyed him that Walker bad been economical treatment for all affecan applicant for United 8tntes Dis tions ot the skin or scalp whether on Vh have for sale at a bargain Ono shamOwner j trict Attorney for tho Kastern Dls Infant or grown person. -.- spienuiu iuuwuv"- in Rtnnfnnl. poo with ZEMO SOAP and aopllcn-tlo- n nnu tnai nrauier has A good reason for going oui oi(tric.l ot Kentucny, of ZEMO will stop Itching nnd the scalp or dandrutt and buaiMM. This Is a money making t withdrew his application because president Taft told hhn that he would scurf. proposition for tho right man. Wo Invite you to try ZEMO and AIM cone to see a fine farm of not appoint Walker. not entirely How can on acting governor ov ZEMO SOAP and If your money. satis (Jarrard county right on :iM acrei Ja Pen fied we will refund sume to appoint a man as Circuit ny'a Drug Store.plate, ffght at railroad ataUon, tine Improvements." first clasa land price, Judge whom tho President of the In buying a cough medicine, don't Wrlto us for cata- - United States would not appoint as 1130 per acre. Remody. Thehe ir no danges from It, ""' loguo or other farma In Lincoln and District Attorney. cough go Carrard county is Urom 2C0 to 300 bo afraid to aure Gamberlan.'s Garrard counties. to foaow. Especial, republican, and it goes democratic and relief is ly recommended for coughs, colds and uiinuco jt rwinebroad. . vear after year with Walker as the whooplug cough. Sold by Ponny's a, . .... i ...... m,n, The lwlder. 1 told Cox all this Drug Store. .... i i. n wm th and othor things and that Is tho re- SOMERSET FAIR. regular, there Is ton why ho told me that he would no action of tho bowels Aug. -v u, ""' ! Round trip ticketsSept. Queen & a natural craving and relish Tor rood via were plenty of Is lacking you may know consulted me. There When this Crescent Route will bo sold Aug. 30, . piminimristn' Rood men In Ihe, district. i unCox said he Objected to I'eto Mr- - 31, Sept. 1 and 2, good returning They Btomach and. Liver Tablets. ho til. Sept 3. 1310. The round trip rote .i.. h riirp.iivo nraans. lm- - Hoberts, of Stanford, becauso Gov from Junction City to Somerset for would nogjro to Indon when trove the nppetltt and regulate th Taylorjo the Legislature there, t'hlg occasion Is I1.4J, bowels.' Sold by Penny's Drug Store. , . -.- beni-ath'tb- handlltg business, revovered a gold watch he lost last October in a very mysterious and peculiar way, Just o ho left. He lost the timepiece whllo on a visit to hU alster, Mrs. H. K. Bourne at New Castle, Henry coun ty last October having left it when going into town nnd falling to find I. when lie returned. He and the family had every reason to believe that it wag. stolen but positive proof was lacking and nothing was done about it. Before gettlnrready to leave for tho. South. MrTand Mra. Shanks went ovesr to New wastle, to tell Mrs. Bourne good bye. The day that they arrived thore, a package came from Indianapolis for Mr. Bourno and. upon being opened It was found to contain Mr. Shanks' watch. It was registered by oner H. Gratz, and a street and number given, and In an effort jto discover the sender, Mr. Shanks wroto to Indianapolis, but his letter was returned by the Postmaster that no such name 'could be found and that .tho atreet number was fictitious. Murks on the Ingldo of the watch showed that It had been pawned five times Mr, Shanks Is of the opinion that the tfrleL,put it up to get money when he was "broke." and finally becoming conscience-strickedecided to return it to the owner, so sent it back to Mr. Bourne from whose home it bad been taken about a year ago. n gathered thero froui their homes in Ohio nnd various polntH in Kentucky nnd answered iff C A ItcMnson nnd lodged in proaent ut roll cull. There are nln Jail here. Sheriff Robinson h.13 kept children and members ot this family tab on him for five or sfx months, lUIng, only ono, Mottle Alford Cosby running hltn down In northeast Gar- having died, and sho died in early Infancy. Most ot the family were bom rard. hlder Piatt, of McKlnuey, preach and all ol them were raised In Lined at tht Christian church Sunday coln ccuni Kentucky. They are all monilnp however located elsewhere now exMrs. Win. R. Cook entertained nt cept Mrs. W. T. Tucker, and Mrs. T, cards in honor ot her visitor, hits. J. Hill. This family has grown until It Is a ery large ono nnd all but hrnest Sprague, of icwlsvllle. An Infant ot Mr and Mrs. Ed Per- a very few had gathered for the kins, of died on SaturThe many present crowded day nnd tho remains wero Interred th.-- full day with open air pleasures In the Ijtncaster cemeterj Sunday. a. i enjoyed tho qu.ilnt nnd The ladles of the local W. C. T. V. reminiscences linked with realized something over 18 by the tradltioiiH of this family. It was supper they held Saturday. ' 'ily a day of pleasure nnd completo ire ',loman!, entertained on J'"j-'reatlon for tho family. All thing Thursdays-ai- r her young nleco, MIsj held In common as It were tr-cares, burdens nnd duties of life Lottie Carson, of Stanford. Major William Collier, formerly of " ere cast aside for a day, and pleas- Lancaster, and a son of the late Ue .re, contentment and congeniality Dan Collier, has be;n notified of !.- - were supreme with all. A substanjiromotlon to the position of Revenue tial repast spread bountifully upon Agent with headquarters in LoU a steady table of temporary build unville. He will receive an increase In der the shadow of the pines and salary' from J 1,600 to 13,600 a year. in the yard afforded the great H. K. llerndon has bought the lot est pleasure to the large assembly. ot John W. Miller on Danville know-i- t This sight appeared at its best about g as the old Franklin Institute. Mr. 1 o'clock P. M at which time all llerndon will erect a residence on blessed with light hearts-'anthe site and again become a Lancas light stomachs, were unceremoniously presented to this far famed Idol r.f ter citizen Next Sunday will be observed as all, thus 'conditioned, and blessed; Church Extension Day at the Chris- suffice to jay, Justice wa dono hy tian church and a contribution will all, to this feature of the program. be taken: Elder Tinder will till his ' In the afternoon, shortly before the pulpit on Sunday. tllfated time of separation had arriv Mr. R. dimmer was called to Baden ed Eld. B F. Cosby sumoned all presBaden,' Germany, by the Illness and ent to gather under the shade ot the death ct "hls'ft'hef, Mrr tCarl trees for devotional services, and The deceased was 87 years "oTd here nn hour was spent in reading and expounding the scriptures, aud and died of the infirmities of age. Mrs. Fd Price entertained with a in prayer. . t sumptuous dining in honor of Mrs W. The Immediate family all of whom N. Mahry, of Tallahassee, Fla., and were present consists of Eugene C. MUs Washburn, of Louisville. Cosby, of Junction City, Nel'le Hill, Ira Cosby Tucker, Maggie Cosby Kelley, of Dayton, O., Jamea D. ParksviUe n. this-countl.e-InZlm-mer. Lancaster, Aug. 3D. John Grlmes.wiio was captured In the Kentucky river dirts some time ngo, nnd afterwards made his escapo Irom the officers by Jumping through ho enr window whllo they woro tal: ing him to Versailles where ho is wanted on n charge of criminal was recaptured today by Sher- The nntn.ul or the latnlly ot Nicholas Cosby and Margaret Cosby, both deceased waa held last Wednesday In this county at tho home ot Mr. nnd Mrs. Hill, near Turnersvlll. All ot tho immediate family by Mr. C. C. Rcynterson and wife, of Lebanon visited the Jatters' sister, Mrs. J. J. Cozatt, over Sunday. Miss Ethel Cleland hau returned from a visit to relatives In Louisville and Kansas City. Mr. W. C. Pitman, o! London, worked tw days . for F. E. Wcsterfleld at Cozatt last week, while Mr. Westerfleld attended the Perry-vill- e fair. Mr. and Mrs. W, T. Wilson have' gone to visit friends at Lebanon Junction, Shelby Me and Frank-TorMr. Joseph Cox of Gravel Swlthch, was a visitor here Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. GrandlsouGIoascox. ot Danville, visited the lattera' mother, Mra. N. A. Vanarsdall, last.week. Mr. .1. W- - Irvine, ot KnoxvIIe, who haa been the guest pf Mrs. J. N. Tarklng-ton- , t. is visiting frlcuds "ut Springrield. FORMER LINCOLNITE SUES. .. Hill Spalding and J. Hunt Stltes Jointly have suea the Franklin Bank tor 3,500 for alleged services rendered from September, 1009, to February, 1910.- - The plaintiffs are lawyers and claim that they wore In the employ ot the defendant, and that part ot their work was to supervise oil departments ot tho defendants business. They state that tho bank has a capital ot sieo.000. Louisville Tiitien. WAS RECAPTURED ...ji, HERE. e - -.-- .- H-- .i, ,,, .. me 30-3- Tho Lexington Herald says that While waiting at the atreet car renter last night for tho 7 o'clock for Georgetown, Jesse Love, a negro boy, aged 12 years, who wag being taken to the reform school by Attendant C M. Miller, broke away from the otfJcor a candidate tor the nomination tor and had not been located up to a Circuit Judgo tw-- year hence. late hour last night. Tho bey had been In tho reform CAN YOU BEAT THI3T school beforo and had eicapod soma time ngo, but was recaptured at suit-forThe Winchester Democrat has tbla: and was being returned to the inJ. E, Stepp a fisherman living near Boonebboro, caught Monday a catfish stitution. pounds It which weighed fifty-onFor Bale Nice residence on Main was four feet lond ard almost a foot btreet in Stanford. Ky,. tho frontage ncrous the Jaws. He tied It to the ot lot large enough for another build- boat which tho fish overturned and ing, lot All necessary outbuildings. Mr. Stepp had to swim ashore. send Price All who believe, it will ple-uEverything Jn good, repair. 2760. A bargain, see L. K. Hughes, the I. J., a dollar for' year's d e Miss Lucy E. HanHla, of Junction City la the guest ot Miss Ella Blantord Mr. and Mrs. Paul G. Murphy of Springfield, HI, are guests of Mr, and Mrs. Otho B. Murphy. Mr. Henry O, Cozatt left Monday for Bradfordsvlilo where ho Joined a crowd of friend who ore starting on. a fishing trip to the watera of the North Rolling Fork, of Birmingham, Mr. Samuel King, Ala., visited his 6lster Miss Georgia King, at Mrs. R. N. Pltman'a last week. Mr. and Mrs. Pleasant Tucker arc visiting relatives und friends nt Fori Worth, Texas and Oklahoma ProL James B. Billing, and family hate gone to Vancebiirg, where be has charge of tha city, schools. Mr, C. M. Graves, of Birmingham, Is a guest ot Mrs. R. M. Pitman. Hon, John W, Rawllngs.. of Danville, waa in ParksviUe on law business. While here he told your correspondent that it waa very probable that he would be Cosby, of Covington Ky Eld. Benja min F. Cosby, of Butler, Ky Minnie Cosby Bernard, of Dayton, O., Jennlo Cosby Woir, ot Danville, and John L Cosby of Cincinnati, O. Others pres ent were T J. Hill the husband ot (Nellie Cosby Hill, W. T. Tuckor, the husband ot Iva Cosby Tucker, Myrtlo McDonald Cosby, the wife ot John I. Coiby, Mrs. Elizabeth Cosby Hill or Danville Ky a sister of Nicholas Cosby deceased, Mrs. Ellen B. Green of McKlnney, a sister-in-laof Margaret Cosby, deceased, Miss Eftte Drye, ot McKiney a niece of Mrs. Ellen B. Green, and the following grandchil dren: A. C. Hill and wife Nolllo Mcr- Shon Hill. T. J. Hli'lt Jr., Frank Lee llill Wm. Harry Hill and wife Kate Pence Hill, Leslie Thomas Tucker, and wife Margaret Holmes Tucker, Rachel Kelley Ballou, Mtldred Cosby Besse Miller Hill, Jno. Miller Hill, Joe Wolf Hill, Joe Hammond Wolfe, Raman Tucker, Nellie Wilson Hill, Mor-ac- e Tucker, Sarah Margaret Kelley, Brttna Cosby, Rachel Tevls Hill, ChaH Stewart Bernard, Jr., Robert Bernard, Pernard, James Cosby. Jr., Paul Cosby, Nicholas. Cosby, Jr., John Wll-so- n Cosby, and the following Kreat grandchildren, Guy Shlpman Ballou. Myrtle Tucker, and Grady Tucker. Aunt Sallle Shipman late of Huston-vill- e has heretofore been present at nil of tha previous reunions held by this family, and her absence this time due to her recent death was generally deplored and regretted by all present. THE BEST OFFER EVER MADE Home and farm 0e Uncle Remus Home Magazine, regu$1.00 lar price. Good Housekeeper full year, regu- lar prlc. oni full yar, regu- lar price T"o Ev'nlrlg Post, dally, The Interior Journal paper full year, 1.50 3 months, home $1.00 your Here you have a value of $5.25 . All for $2.00 for a short time only. Send or bring your order In at once tc The Interior Journal, Stanford, Ky.. This off'r Is not good where.the Evening Peit has art, agent. a M. . PAQB TWO. TUB INTERIOR .JOURNAI gilllliilllllllllltltlllHll iUg vf I Complete Dispersal Sale Of The 1 Finest Herd of Mules And Brood Mares In Cen! tral Kentucky 130 -- -- MULES AND BROOD MARES Having Sold My Home Farm And Deciding t0 Change My Business, I - 130 Will Sell Publicly On WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 7th at lf '10, to-wi- Beginning 9 o'clock a. m. Sharp, at my Home Farm, one-hamile South of the Railroad Station, on Somerset street, Stanford, Ky., the following property, t: ONE JACK, NAMED SAMSON, Six Years Old, sired by Bill Goebel; he by the great Joe Blackburn, that sold for $1,825. 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 jack's colts; as well as at tjfe Lancaster, Danville, Harrodsburg, Lexington, Lawrcnceburg'and Perryvillc Fairs, this year, the only fairs at whichthey havjf I)een shown to date. This Jack Will be Sold at 1 o'clock SHARP t Twenty Colts, half of them Mares,---1- 6 Yearlings; half of them Marcs; 20 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 3,000 lbs, Twenty of the above are show mules. I Have Won 175 Premiums in '03, '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. s; 60 . . BROODMARES 3 6 Bred fs Jacks, Forty to 2 -4 2 My Great Mult. Jack, Samson. 60 1,100 LBS. DRAFT STOCK! WEIGHT FROM 1,100 to 1,200 LBS. 20 DRAFT 8TOCK; WEIGHT FROM 1,100 TO 1,400 LBS. to DRAFT STOCK; WEIGHT FROM 1,100 to 1.500 LB8. 10 to to Draft STOCK; WEIGHT FrfOM 1,100 to 1,600 LB8. 11.7 4 DRAFT STOCK; WEIGHT FROM 1,110 to 1,600 LBS. to 10 8MOOTH MOUTHED; HAVE COLTS THIS YEAR THAT MOST OF THESE MARES ARE WELL BROKEN TO WORK ANYWHERE; AND ABOUT WILL BE SOLD AT THIS SALE; AND THE OTHERS WERE BOUGHT IN THE SPRING lH INDIANA, ILLINOIS AND MISSOURI. DON'T YOU NEED A FEW BROOD MARES? THERE IS NO STOCK ON.THE FARM THAT WILL PAY BETTER THAN A FEW GOOD TODAY AND THERE HAS MARES THAT WILL RAISE $85 TO $125 MULE COLTS. THAT'S WHAT THEY ARE BRINGING IN KENTUCKY DRAFT BLOOD. THEY TO HAVE BETTER NEVER BEEN SUCH A DEMAND. THE BEST COLTS ARE OUT OF MARES WITH FROM BONE AND WEIGHT AND 90 PER CENT OF THE SHOW MULES ARE OUT OF SUCH MARES. 4 2 4 2 2 ONE-HALF 4 2 12 DRAFT STOCK; WEIGHT ABOUT ' SIX A FEW CHOICE SHETLAND PONIES. AND KITCHEN FARMING IMPLEMENTS.; HOUSEHOLD FURNMURE, INQLUDJNQ SOME - HANDSOME ANTIQUE FURNITURE, -- , - THI& WILL BE AN ABSOLUTE CLOSING OUT BALE OF MY MULES, BROODMARES, ETC. HAVE CONVEYANCES MEET ALL TRAINS ON SALE DAY. DINNER WILL BE SEnVED AT THE HOUSE TO ALL. TERMS All ,.- eum. of $10 and under, cash Vi b. " .. , hand; over $10 a credit of 6 month, with 6 per cent Interest from date of tale; purchaser Ing a bankable note. , . I. M. DUNN and T. D. ENGLISH. AUCTIONEERS In ,,. glv 3 J. H. Baughmati; fel Stanford, Ky. sae Hon..W. H.,8hanks will have hit bio closing out of mules, mares, etc., atStanford,T.Sept. 8. FT PTYTaAAaXaAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIII meSt2imLmmm.mmmmmmLA-----l U miHHnmmnn X0T ti,)L,-&tf- i H WfiMtrnWWiHTntitf nmstiii MMfriJi ' L "i . .it.i I !. : BUTjaLlir, .,iutmitmUi'C. ?Jb HlJklallfliflkAl mm mm mm 00 00 mm 00 mm mm II yI TUB INTSIMOR JOUWOIi a I 9 i A"a PAQB 8IX N I - t si it 0 mt, 02; 00 00 00 mm 00 00 o mo mo mm 00. mm mm BIG SALE! I will offer for sale at auction at my farm between Tv m m &m 0" m m S & 00 00 00 00 mm mm mo mm mm mm mm mm mm mm the Crab Orchard and Somerset turnpikes, one mile from Rowland and two miles from Stanford on 00 00 0 0 mm mm m,j & mm 00 2 0 m 6, 1910. To Head 01 Mules, Horses, Joehs & jennets 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 of Golddust mare and by Ashland Brook. 1 Short yearling horse colt out of draft mare by a son of Pence. 1 Yearling horse colt out of trotting-bre- d mare by Beau Naboth. 1 Yearling horse colt out of trotting-bremare by George Hur. 1 Yearling horse colt out of draft mare by thoroughbred stallion. 1 Yearling filly out of draft mare by a son of Gambstba Wilkes. 1 Yearling filly out of Preston mare by Beau Naboth. 1 Yearling filly out of Dorsey Golddust mare by Ashland Brook. py Chester Peavine; 1 Yearling filly out of thoroughbred-riiar- e 1 Yearling filly out of Marlon qiiirrWISare by Chester Peavine. 7. trotting bred mare by Be&u Naboth. i 1 d wo-yeaV-o- ld Tuesday, September 00 00 00 00 00 00 0a 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 O0 OO 00 0 0 0 00 H( 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 mm 00 00 00 mm ao 2 - s- 0 0 -. 0 0 0 0 MULES. . -- ' ! Suckling mare mule colt. 8 Yearling mules. V' 38 mules. '!"'' 5 mules. 1 mule. 1 . . two-year-ol- d three-year-old 0 0 0 0 0 d four-year-ol- i CATTLE. feeders, 20 If not sold before I will also offer 40 good good feeders and 20 head other cattle of different weight. 1,100-pound ft S 0 900-poun- d 00 00 $ 00 0 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 mm 00 00 00 00 00 0 00 0 0 0 0 mm mm mm mm PQGS. lOfine brood sd W3, bred to farrow the last of September. TERMS $10 and under, casn hi hand. Over $10, cash or a good note, due in six months, bearing 6 per cent, interest. ., Sale will be held rain or shine. Dinner served on the grounds. Col. J; P; Chandler, Auctioneer. JO. - & .2 st 00 v 00 mm mm W. H. SHANKS, J. H. b 'B 4 r Buugbniaa wilt KivoTiSa Stanford,K y. c!oing out sale ofbrood ' 0v mm I . .1 . ? . ,T V.! J fc. marea, wiles,- Kto., Wednesday, Sept. 7. ,v, ... u :; 51000 0V mm 00 00 0 W' d. PAOR potm TrlE JNTBRIOR JOURNAL -- rrwrm TUKSDAY, AUOUET JKb, 1910 The VBRY Interior Journal Established TUESDAY $1 1S71 AND FIUDAY At Ter Year In Advance. 8AUFLEY HELTON Publlihtr Stan-lerd- , Bntered at the Post Offlce at Ky.. as Second Class malL K 't Mi Wo wonder what our friends In tho llepubllcnn party who believe In tem perance, and vho stand for n non pnrtlrnn Judiciary, think of their pnr ty lender, Acting (Jov, Cox since no appointed a circuit Judge for this dis trict. Tho situation certainly Invited their nttendtlon. Look nt Jt. The name ot Hon. P. M. MeTtobertH was presented to Cox for his con slderatlon In filling his vacancy. .Mr. McTloberU Is a lawyer eminently Even qualified for the Judgeship. those who opposed hlra cannot truthfully deny this. Furthermore, he Is the recognized leader of tho temperance forces in this section a man given with pleasure as a testimonal Wonder if Col. Ewell, tho that not only preaches temperance hut whose dally life proclaims his candidate for congress in this of tho excellency of his stock. Signed Jouett Sbcuse, Secretary devotion to that cause. He Is also a district will vote for Cannon for to Speaker, if he should happen to be g republican belonging that almost extinct class who are re? elected. The district convention-endorseFall kni Winter Suiting h the j tariff bill, publicans from principle, and not My new fall and winter samples are from a desire to merely satisfy an in- which Cannon helped put over. How satiable hunger for office. Yet Cox nbout the Speaker, Col. Ewell; arc now ready for your Inspection. They refused to appoint such a roan to the you for or against him for comprise the bent on the market. 1 Judicial vacancy. What was the roa-socan suit any one as to price who has for this refusal? Cox told Auditor his clothes made to order. A suit Frank James that he objected to Richest People made to your measure is preferable because he declined to follow to ready made clothes. To. have the republican members of the legis- ARE OSAGE INDIANS, WHO HAVE them made to measure docsn t cost lature to London, when Taylor at any more than ready made when $20,000 EACH. S-tempted to adjourn the legislature to quality and fit is considered. Come that place, McRoberts being then a Testimony was given before tho con in and let me take your measure. If this gresslonal committee investigating In member of the legislature. H. C. Rupley, the Practical Tallor.5 be true, the Lieutenant Governor's dlan affairs in Oklahoma that each ot conception of what conutltutes fitness the 2,300 Osage Indians 1? worth for the Judiciary Is this: That a Judge OHIO VALLEY EXPOSITION, which on a per capita basis, conCincinnati, O. must be one who is ready, at any nnd stitute them the richest people in all times, to obey impllclty every man the world. Queen A Crescent Route. date of a party leader, no matter from As their property ia held In restric Round Trip Fares From Juncwhat whim or caprice it may spring tion by the government, the Indians tion City Kentucky or how violative of rights established nave used a great miny lawyers, It TICKETS ON SALE DAILY by the organic law of the people. His was stated. One attorney testified he ideal ot a Judge is strikingly illustrat- represented 23 claimants, who de$4.40 Good returning five days ed in the notorious Jeffreys who once manded that the government plawj From Date of Sale. graced and disgraced the English them on the Osage rolls, thus glvluf, them the right to twenty thousand bench. $5.60 Good Returning until Sept Auditor James who has long known dollars worth of property. The wealth 29t". of these claimants, If they arc sue Cox Intimately, declares, however, F. G.- - DENNIS, Ticket Agnt, that the true reason for Cox ignoring cessful, would amount to four hun Junction City Ky. .Mr. McRoberts is because Cox is a dred and sixty, thousand dollars. creature of the brewers, and that he Anotner attorney testified he had did what he did at their behest, that been employtd to oppose the claims be, in return for not appointing Mr. on the ground that if allowed they McRoDerts is to receive the support of would decrease the wealth of tho the brewers In Jits' gubernatorial as- tribe. Attorneysjjfeeg are paid to keep tho Indian off the rolls and fees pirations. Judge therefore at any angle you were paid for putting them on. please. Cox's action has discredited Wanted Cosmopolitan .Magazine him with the temperance people in his own party, and has shown hlra requires the services of a representato be devoid of every element, in his tive in Stanford to look after subscrlp public relations, that rises above the tlou renewels and to extend circula- 3 tion by special methods which have :; pettiest sort of parizanship. reply of Gov. Cox to the cau' proved unusually successful. Salary The USnM Previous experitic statement of Mr. James is rather and. commission. ence desirable but rot essential. weak. He says: I am willing to take all the re Whole time or spare time. Address sponsibility for the appointment of with references, H. C. Campbell, .Magazine, 1789 Broadway, Judge Walker. This tub is able to L nMV' 53-stand on Its own bottom. I uppointed New York City. Judge Walker because of his legal atWhile fleeirg from bumblebees, tainments and because I believe him qualified for the position than lien Springate fell on a scythe which better any of the applicants. Mr. James he was carrying and cut otf his knee wanted me to appoint Mr. McRoberU cap. He came near bleeding to death and he knew before he went to Lex- before help reached hlra and Is now ington Friday morning that l was go- in a critical condition. ing to appoint Judge Walker. Mr. Jumcs and I are not going to fall out With AH th. Latest Improvements over the appointment of a Judge. I man believe him to be a life-lonPayne-Aldrlcn 20,-00- lis ha a perfect right to import any See They Hare Dmk man for governor he chooses, I shall not fall out with him over that. That RECORD OF MULES J. H. BAUOH. Is all I have to say about tho matter. MAN WILL SELL 8EPT. 7. The republican committee of the Louisville, Ky., Aug. 27. seventh congressional district met at This Is to certify that J II. Daugh-maFrankfort Saturday and after a confer of Stanford, Ky., wai a.vnriltd enco unanimously agreed to nominate M. C. Itankln, of Henry county tho largest amount of premiums ot for Congress, to opposo J. Campbell any exhibitor in the mule department Cantrlll, tho democratic nominee nnd nt the Kentucky State Fair of 190V, Incumbent. The nomination was un- and that he was also tho largest prlxe animous and Rankin accepted the winning cxblh'tor in tho riule dcpait-incu- t honor. Ho Is the present State Comat tho 1908 Kentucky State Fair KKNttHKY S'lATB FAIR. missioner ot Arrlculture nnd n mighty J. W. Newman, Soc'y clever, good man, but of courso the Lexington, Ky., Aug 2C 110 nomination is an empty honor as the Ashlnnd district is strongly To whom it may concern: I his Is to certify that Mr. J. H Daughman of Stanford, Ky., has won won ly Mayor Oaynor of Now York Is al- the largest amount ot mon: most well of the bullet wound. It Is any exhibitor in the departmet for said that he can have the nomination mules at the lilue Grass for throe for governor of New York, if ho wants consecutive years, 1908, 190U, 1910. It. The next democrat.c presidential As the mule show at the lllue Grars nominee Ms going to be either Oaynor fair is one of the very best, If not the or Harmon, ana It Iooks like tho for best, in the entire world, tWs feat on mcr would prove the stronger candt the part ot Mr. Baughman Is pardate ticularly remarkable. This notice is Wht 5 'A A lew more days and you will be looking for that new Fall suit; and we just want to remind you that we are 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. Our pricss range from $10 to $30 and as good tailoring as a needle and machine will make. VL J. McRoberts. . sset2eie4x We Have This Season L. Penny R, H. Coffey E. R, Coleman Ice Cream Sola Water 1 illl3C2iEuM Phosphates Grape Juice And a Large List of Genuine Thirst Quenchers At PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Stanford, Kentucky. (rL'i,'-vHBrlB- 2 The Hoosier Drill YOU CAN BUY broad-minde- d J Your coal cheaper right now than any time in the year.-Leus fill your bins with our FOX RIDGE COAL at 13 t We can make it to your interest to pay us a call. FARMERS TT Read This If You Have Sheep. J,L.Beazley&Co., W. A. TRIBBLE, Furniture and Undertaking. Day Phone 28. Night Phono 133. WITH u I LIFE AND POLICY SAVED. You can make a new start after the fire. Without the policy what a hope less and dreary outlook would bo yours. Don't risk It. Have us Insure you today so that if fire come tonight as it may. yon will not wake up tomorrow a ruined man. Fish & Pennington, cts per bushel. Clean Coal; No Slack. lt That. whr nrofltfl arc In thMD nuiDC, bo yon cmnoot f.t Ui Ua croflu BDleu yon kMP roar inla.l from wore. LmbaMorm Mutton Mora WooJ-Mo- rm Willi Stock Ropjtym The care yog give stock, especially in (eeduiar, is returned to you eep ten fold in good hard cash. your Horse, uowa, fcineep and lioga In good condition and .free from worms bjr feeding Stanford, KenturKy. Phone 11. J. H.Baughman& Co. It you have anything in the to bell Cmro Undertakers and Embalm Also Dealers in Fur ers niture, Mattinn.Rugs. They will exchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock. Give Them a Call. Prices Iltght. CONCRETING We are lo position to do all klodi of concreting, inch ai 11 lock Work, I'arementi and. In fa.it, we can make any thing from boute down to a fenee po.t. We can .erro a roa promptly and guarantee work and material. Call and get our nrlcea before jrou buy your material at leaet. nr.t-ola.- STANFOKD. - KENTUCKY Stanford, Ky., PhoneSOO I 8 R , STOCK Tako to LINE oa xpi vT.rr lof remwir aliMt lul worm, ImtId Ui. ulmil Iim toIt tod aMimUal .T.ry oanc of fc?d hii, Oml'Vml I. wooo.rroi lonie ana coo. ol coot (Uj , dlUoocr. It coU lot h per umo ro AT47)rr i. mftDQKciarva uj too B. it. .ii uomruir, Cl.T.Und.O. will po.ltiT.lr cImo. oat tt nonm. not only In your tbMP, bot In Tbl.woodrwork. anUo&l oa yoar PHILLIPS BROS.. 8Unford, Ky. , tUc. vui aMiroj yij oUr Harry Jacobs. Dealer In and Maoufactuier ot - ia. SftlVET This wonder working medicated Bait is easy to feed and costs but little. It puts the animals' stomachs and intestines in perfect condition, so that every particle of food is dl- ested and assimilated. Sal-V- et oes its work quickly and positively. package for 75 cents. A It U mnofcturl br S. R. FeQ Co, CttTtUsd. Ohio. Marble and Granite MonuMftrkeri and I'oiti, Oeuietery and Law Vine. ami HetUei, Office ami work.. M Klunry.Ky. ments, When Hungry GOTO ohio'valCeyxp'osition Aug. 29 Sept. 24, 1910. Oarton't Nunnelley's New Stock Yards Ho buysand sel s every day in tho year except Sunday. firing on your stock. Best market in the State with plenty of outside of Louisyilje or Lexington. cd and water beet covered pen STANFORD. KY, We also daU general hitch and feed business. magnificent parado will tako 3 hours lo pus? a rIycii point will n.nrk the opening of the Ohio Valley Heitaurant Incaiter, Htreet Htanford.K. Meals tervod at all hour, up to ll:3o;i-- . m lie it place lu wn for a good quick. Hplendld new line of faucy OooUlng totult ourcuttomereourepeolalty mml. Sol-V- ot to moU my H4..,.... Pence BrOS., Stanford, Kentucky Oroccrlfi, Special Exposition, Aug. 29th t'JIO. low rates to Cincinnati, O., via tho Hot Oortee, Handwlchet, ple, Mutter ml Ik. and tweet milk, etc., at all time. Q. & U. routo have ben placed la effect. Ask ticket agent for paitlcu-tare- . "V. A. W. A. Decider, Oeaeral IVwaeu-gc- r Agent, Cincinnati, 0, CARSON, Prpv ' ) ' ..lafcTitiWftifrrrinr" ltimvoKvtr!mkr-- r m0im)im0&'im mi i lit A nl ' irpTTrtrri,i . TUB INTEIUOR JOURNAL u paob mr Buying Goods ll.f Hnnc!6"' iScp,Cmbcr wc wl A Healthy, Growing Business ,,avc n excellent assortment of Blankets "' Dry Cooods, Shoes, Skirts, Suits, Cloaks, Underwear, Etc. You Go Out Of Here Feeling that wc value your patronage, be It larcc or small. Our every effort is to assure you that no where else will you get such i square ucai as you get at this store; and at no other store could ou have spent your money to better advantage. Begin to plan now to make an early Fall visit to our store to see IIP MCW unnkC .inn In.irn flin n3(nnih nnn .l .. ' imuuiiuuiuiih Ul UUI (iribCS. " " "" -- Ours has been for 20 years. Stores have come and gone, but thfsw store remains. Wc believe the policy of this store Is the rea Icause iof Its growing prosperity. Our motto is: "Your Money's Worth." As long as we offer ou'services to the people this will be our policy. When this policy failss- - wc fail. 4-- -, ftore. Ir, There li a new lino of 2fie hn m. special taIuci at I'cnnj'g uniK VKKANCE & SON, Dan-vlll- Stanford, Kentucky. 4 PER80NAL8 8am Magee It quite Io"cfbOrchard. '. 111 at hi borne Henry Catron baa betn vlnltln W. Dellord and family at Level Oroen I'rof. W, O. Hopprr returned on Monday to Alt, Hterllni? to axaln take up bis ork as Superintendent of city tcaoola. Mr. Uettle Mclrln, of Danville, I Mm. Kate K. Mlddleton, of Harrodi the guest of Mrs. J. W, Ireland. burg, la amending a few daya wltlTMr. Mrs. C. Kowlcr I visiting friends and Mr M. J. Karrla on Kant Main In Cincinnati. Street before Martin Mr. and Mr. William Yeager nnd to Seattle, Wash. lWore returning to Kentucky family have moved to their homo on Mm .Mlddleton lll visit California iJirnvllle Street .which they recently and ft number of otln-- Hlntea. Hho bought and Mr. and Mr, Orccnberry lll bo absent two month. Dan- Ilrlght have taacn tho houso they vaville Advocate. cated. Mlia l.aura Carpenter has returned Mm. Newman Dirk and atlractUo home, hftvliiK been In n hoitfo party imldren returned to their homo lu with Minn Anna Caswell I'rcwltt nt Owensboro, alter a visit to her brothMt. Merlin. er Messrs, J. W. nnd II. C. Uaughman Turner Carpenter Is convalescent hero. ' from nn attack of typhoid favvr Misses Annette nnd Sadlo Wearen Mr. Walter Vanarsdall, of Danville hao returned from a visit to Mr la vltlttng her parents Mr nnd Mrs. hownrd UniTthuM In Ixnilsvlllo. ,11. It, C'aranlu nt llustonvllle. Mr. Sam Hoblnson Is 111 nt his homo Miss Nancy Yeagcr ill go to Iiba-no- end typhoid fever I feared. today to visit :rlnds for n lew Mr and --Mr. Horace Herndon, of llA)S. were guests of Mrs. J. C. MIsr Virginia HrlKbt wb-- him been Hays on Sunday. the guest of friends hero for some Tom W. Gooch of the West Knd baa time, returned to ber home near Dan- returned homo after a pleasant visit ville yesterday. to relation In Kansut City, Ills couMr. and Mhs. D - Yona nnd on sin Mr Thomas Gooch returned with Clarence, of No mu, Ky. visited thlr him. father Mr." J. 8. Young ln.it week. Mr. The Wsrren Orlgsby Cbspter of tho aud Mrs. Younr left here lo Mslt U. D. C. will meet with Mr. J. "W. friend at Pittsburg and Loudon. Alcorn, Tuesday 30th, at 3 P. M. Mls Edith Martin has retain d Mr. Wru. Hunn and Miss Utile home from an intended lslt to Kcrt Hunn have returned to Louisville, Wayne. Ind. Her Krindparnnit.M. after a "visit-tMr.-nMrs. Ooorge accompanied Hunn and Mrs. W. P. Ham nt Morcland. her home. Mr nnd Mr. Jesse Manning Hre reand ceiving the congratulation of their Mr. and Mrs. Uabc Adams children have leased the homo of Mrs. of n A. C. Van Winkle on tho south side ninny friend upon tho arrival and will tako possession of same the boitnrlnc baby son In their home. first of September Mrs. Van Winkle, Miss Mary Tnmmo and uncle, Mr. son and daughter are expctlng to Anthony Tammo spent yesterday and Shelby street for the winboard on today with relative near Perryvllle. ter. Frankfort News r n J Io Mrs Ann I.ytle llosloy, of llustonWalter A(. HjKwnainore nttended vllle, Is visiting her children Mr: tho London fair. Angle and I'rof. I.. C. Jlosley In Mis Kllraboth Jones Is visiting Miss Hattlo nice la tho guest of Miss I.tccle Lee Martin In Indianapofriends In Lincoln county for a few lis, Indiana. days. Mr. Uoyd Wcatherford Is r)end Messrs. Kdvllos and Prank Yank-ey- , Ing a tow day with his parent In of BprlngHeld, pent Sunday with Hutttfivlllo. Danvlllo Messenger. Mr. P J. Tamrae and family. Miss Mary D, Kennedy will leave 8am M. Spoonamore, of Knozvllle, Thursday for Macon, Co., to spend owe timo lth her sister. Before re- Tonn., I visiting the homefolks at turning sh'o will visit the family of Mr. G. 8 Spoonamore nnd famlly'r Mr. B. C. Walton, at Atlanta. Mis Charlotte Warren who ha c HOLDING GREAT CAMP MEETINC? Complete line of druggets, rugs and probably The average farmer 1 Rev. Charles D. Tillman is meci-ln- g Icnollum. W. A. Trlbble. Buff Orphington cockerel for tale. not aware of the fact that an average with great ucess at th Jumoo" C. C. Wither. 63-mule sells for $10 a head more than Camp Meeting and the meeting tblr Lost, nox of Irish crochet left on horses Tho price of mule ha been year promises to be one L. & N. Kastbound train last week. gradually rising for the past ten successful ever held. Reward for return to Mrs. W. II. years. State Deputy J. W. DcHart: and Thcro has never been au overWearen. National Lecturer Relly will speak nt marproduction of mules, while the .Morcland Wednesday night 3tsC in Mothers have you tried Holllster'a ket Is often unable to supply the the interest of the Modern Wbodtaco, Rocky Mountain T.eaT If a great All are Invited to attend. blessing to the little ones, keeps away summer trouble. Makes then sleep nnd grow. 3r,c, tea or tablets. Industrial Show Window been the guest of her cousin, tho Snugars and Tanner. Attention! My store will be open 7,000 Entries Last Year. 150,000 In Attendance Misses Warren here, for a week refor the next three weeks and I will r turned lo her home at Somerset yes- have for sale, retail-oSIX BIG DAYS AND NIGHTS THIS YEAR. wholesale, the remainder of my stock of hardware terday. In Mr. Sam Hobuwon. returned from and groceries at and below coat. Now Is the tlmo to save G. New York nst night to be with Mr. HORSE SHOW AND HIPPO D. Hopper. i2-Hoblnson, who Is quite 111. DROME AT NIGHT Mlsse Kato and SoUe Alcorn" and For sale or rent, my homo consist-v Mnry Uruce went to Elixir Springs ing of four rooms, gobd porch and all EIGHTH necessary out buildings, 4 acres of yesterday to spend several day. ANNUAL V Mr. George L. Penny In Louis- - land in connecUon. Mrs. U. A. Hurst, Rowland, Ky vlllo this week on a business trip. A dispatch from Richmond says: The tax book? lor 1910 nre now Commander Carlo U. llrlttaln, U. S. N ready. Settlo now and avoid tho rush commanding the United State b.ittle-shl-p and confusion of waiting until tho last tlatt'S RtMWtit EiktMtw! Massachusetts, who received day. W. L. McCarty, Sheriff. FIREWORKS DAILY RACES. wireless messages at sea on the 22nd Lost. Card and pass case containNATICLLO AND JUS BAND Mltwsj UHo-- t Frit Attraction. Instant Uint his "wife was seriously ill ing several penna It. R. annual passBOOST ATTEND HILP US GROW. EXHIBIT with typhoid fever and complications es for myself and wife besides visitat Richmond arrived here Mrs ing cards and many other papers. WE WILL FURNISH AMUSEMENT, INSTIUCTIOK. PROFIT Orlttaln haibeen a victim of fever Finder kindly hand same to J. N. LOW RAILROAD RATES J""1 "ondUlon ha Menefce, Stanford or forward to for 45 days Fr turthtr InlorntUM writ J. W. NEWMAN, StertUri, 320 Past luu BM been sorlou for three weeks. Today Vi;i;..:.ipnrt .Pa., Reward. L. E. CarC3-n little change, with slight Improv- penter. i2t i3f i4, 15, ement, was reported. Before her mar Vernon Singleton, of the Waynes-burtlage to Commander llrlttaln be waa sertlcn, who is braking on the Mis Maude E. Baldwin, of Richmond Q. & C, fell off a freight Sunday a slstor of Mrs. W. H. Shnnks, of this morning and broke an arm and secity. verely sprained a leg. He wa picked Mr. J. O. Jlarkley, who has been up by the early excursion nnd taken visiting his parent, has returned to to Danville to have bis Injuries New York City. Mr, Hackley recenttreated. ly refused a very lucrative poelUon on For Rent A large 6toreroom ag head of a large manufacturing company of electrical apparatus in Main and Liberty streets, llustonvllle Europe, aa ho prefers to live In this Is In first clas shape. Apply to J. J. 63-Allen, llustonvllle. country. Be sure and UteXa bottle of Collc,'LBoUta and Diarrhoea Local News. Short Remedy with you when starting on your trip this summer. It cannot be -Bread 1 the staff o' llfo, therefore obtained on board tno trains or steam ers. Changes of water and climate have It good by using often cause sudden attacks of diar OBELISK FLOUR. BALLARD'S rhoea, and It is best to ne prepareu. Sold by Penny's Drug Store. Every sack guaranteed. T. D. Exclusive agent. The last vestlage of the old court coat" on Lancaster pike, house Is being removed In the left Lost, ladles' Return to this offlco and receive re- wing, which was lett or tho use of ward. the officials until tho new otllces wero ' .i ready. It was razed lost .week and th For Sale 300 bushel of large onion . Thompson Bros., King's Moun- bricks are being taken away. 'TV 48-tain, Ky. . A now supply of table ware at the Country Store. ' The State's $30,000 Premiums some-mone- 2 1 &C to-da- r. 2 g r UUIbVlLLu, ri:7 ECLIPSE SHOES FOR MEM - $3.50 And $4.00. - 8 Cham-berlal- NEW-LAN- We are now receiving our NEW FALL STYLES W. E. PERKINS, . .i m 4 Lost, a pair of gold frame glasses ReIn Stanford, Snturday evening turn to this offlw. j CH OLERA JKK KILLS r't-Ttft- nt tho Country Store A nice lino wagon and buggy whips ' i ,1 A new aupplw of dollnr watches mo Country Store at h For Sale Tho houso on East Main as tho Pennington Btrcet known place. Apply to T. W. Tennington.' htor this most Don't deitruttWc of all infectious diieatei gtt a "grip" on your flock. A few drops of lt V. CRAB ORCHARD, J5 W. O. Maitm rr 'A ' MO, AttttmtttWtttMtf 1 X LiCjO & v Four room volUgo on cures and prevents Darst Street. See J. C. Florenco at inhe drinking water Roup and other Cholera, Umberneck. Post offlco. eiiting forms of poultry diseases, and puts fowls in prime condition for shoat; weight One 50c bottle makes 12 gallons of medicine. Lost. Black boar Please 75 pounds; nip off left ear Every pou'"y tl!,er nou'd keP bo,,' return to Stevo Rice. of this medicine on hand. Ibent. BL-- 2 BOURBON POULTRY CURE i H!f ' T. Y. Humble HEW FALL G11IM very-beautifu- better than ."iX ever. Factory r ,.i witn new macmnery throughout? AV meth- equied i ZZ Tobacco Savers &0Cr0aOO00i00 0 0 one-four- th Mr m too. ttfr 1 ods of manufacturing style improved 50 roortion value direct i i Smart Stylish and Flex- - , K g, I ilh to the last degree. The new f dels on display today, xou re dially invited to inspect them, s , I bought nnd used 20 of th Dixon Tobacco Savers in 1907, aud from ray cxperieric$Vwjth them in two seasons, I feel that I can not oflord to tiy tojraiso tobacco without them. Tho tobacco can bo hauled to Hi'ejbarn as soon as cut and all danger of houso burn ia. eliminated. Tbey conomiio space; at least cau bo put in the barns. The worms drop ofT. Tho cures much brighter in color and so commands a much L N. T. ARMSTRONG higher prlcer President Scott County Wareliouso Co. '' Oecrgotowu, Ky., Juno 29, 1900. I 0 0 0 m 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I i Cummins , & j Wearen; - ZLU. '' STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Marx This store Is the home of Hart, Schaffner & &' cb thes "; 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 tprSaleBy We havejustreceived line of New Fall Ginghams. Band trimming and colored Embroidery to match. Also a full line of blue grass Madras in all colors. Call! and see them before you buy. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods. Notions, Shoes, STANFORD. KE NTUCKY l W. H. 8T0P IN AND HIGG1NS, YOU 8EE IF HE HASN'T SOMETHING WANT 0 0 Stanford, Kentucky. y L - ',-- TMK THKIM THK MTJCRtOR JOURNAL MAY RUN FOR GOVERNOR iAppalaohian Exposition, T3Qreatst Ever Held In The South. anSEPTEMBER ' , "foW Rings At Br4keail LINCOLN COUNTY EXHIBITORS COME OUT WELL. Lincoln count exhibitors fared well letoftghtff to A. If lUmMn a4 a special premium by Mr. Hamlin, premium awarded to Geo. W. Pitman; best colt by Silver Dare, a special premium by R. L. Smith, It. C. Joaet, first, D. F. Noe secosd. BURLEY CROP SMALL J. H. KENNEDY,. KENTUCKY Will be Glad to Serve any of his Lincoln County Friends and Ac RICHMOND, .j BE , r at tho Bmdhead fair last week. The 12. At KnoxvilU, Tenn, 12, TO OCTOBER 'Magnificent and mammoth build r . - Jloro to bco and amuso than ovtr altered at n Houtliern exposition. $10,000 In purses for running and trotting races. ? 10,000 In aerial exploitation, by ma ahlns of Wright Brothers, Strocuel and other aeronauts. "Sao the air 3,000 In matchless tiro uorks grand battle of the clouds and Tain's "Kail .jtliaLaLaHa XJflkaaL. list of awards shows: Best running walker, Rockcastle county, Allen Illatt, first John Ben ton second; free for all mule race, P. II. Burdctto. first Dlrl Mink sec ond; best combined saddlo mnro or voiding, Beasley and Kenney ot Stan ford, first, J. If, Thompson, ot Lin coln second. Best mnro raulo colt under bIx months old, C. M. MoKlnney, first, Joseph Cress; best horso raulo colt under six months old C. M. first, II. V. Gaines second; The splendid colts vera sired by A. It. Hamlin's lino Jack and a few Commissioner ot Agriculture Ran kin says (bat from the Information ho has received from tho various counties In qualntaneet. REPRESENTING thq Burley district, bo has p" . at r -- Poinpell." MUlhM's tatnous .wild west and 25 stk.er shows of note. (Jreatest bands In all America. DMISSION TO GROUNDS SO CENTS IN OAY. AFTER 6 P. M., 25 CENTS. Remember These Special Dates. jU?nch Show .Pigeon and pet stock 'TSxPoultry --Wright Sept ISM ftUve stock and races.. s'teht horse show.... Sept. 13, II, 13. SepL 22, 23, 21. show Sept. 27 Oct. I Oct. 5-- show Brother's airship dirigible days 22-2- 0 ..rStroeblo's -- ,..cUy Sept. Every baloon. Sept 12, Oct. 12 Para's lire works every evening Sept 12, Oct. 12 Sept. of the clouds . Fall of Pompeii Sept. 26, Oct.1. Special rates every day, and re-- r A NARROW ESCAPE. , markably law railroad rates to Knox-- . vllle and return on Tuesday and Grant Miilllns the youngest son of Thursday as follows: Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Mulllns of this place had a very close call for his life ..$3.50 last Saturday afternoon. IIo and a . as6 tan ford T .Moreland :S3.70 number of other young fellows were City ... ..?3.70 ! practicing base- ball at the Jones iield. function and he was catching without a mask when n "foul tip" hit him Just ever ""See This Great Exposition. tho- - eytTand "crushed tho" skull."" It '" " President. was thought at first an operation v-WJ. OLIVER, would havo to be performed but Dr. I.ovell arranged the broken bones so they "will grow back without It. Mt Vernon Signal, 19-2- 4 .. b. McGregor Tho popular third assistant Attorney General, whom tho republicans nro talking of running for governor. In (peaking of McUrcgor and his boom the Frankrort News says: possesses remarkable abilities "Ho as n official and as n cam palgner. 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 and liquor elements of tho party, and that he has endeared himself with the school people of the State In fighting for the schools and that all factions of the party could unlto upon him and that his nomination would be the solution of tbo proii.em that confronts tho party at this .Inxe. .Mr. McGregor has announced his Intention of becoming a candidate for Attorney General. The Interior JourrioL doesn't believe the next governoF H going to bo a republican but if that party should happen tu get In, mere is no member nf I, ,K.j I 1 um.ld vitlnsT baa In Inn executive chair than Tom McGregor. thomas minutes after they carried oft the Mues, wero sold to Thompson of Garrard for 100 each. Best mulo cvar one and under two years old, Joseph Cress first, John Cress of Lin. coin second; best mulo over two nnJ under threo years old, Thomas . first, Skid Bowman, second, best Jack A. romo to thq conclusion that tho whlto Burley crop this year will not bo moro than 65 or 70 per cent of an average crop, If tlmt much. In a tew ot tho counties that han been favored with rain tho tobacco Is In n fairly good shape, and If tlui weather remains warm nnd tho frosts do not coiuo early, a 75 or 80 per cent crop v.111 bo had on an average In a largo majority ot tho counties, however, tobacco has suffered from drouth, nnd In some of tbeso countlen, thero will not bo a 10 or 50 per cent, crop. PETER BURQHARD, OP LOUISVILLE, AT WILL OLAD TO EXHIBIT PRICES. DESI0N8 OP MONUMENTS REASONABLE ALL WORK GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION tltt Lincoln gounty national Bank Of Stanford, Kcmucky. : CAPITAL SURPLUS RESOURCES ..., PRESIDENT VIOE-glgiJggf- S oO.OOO.OO $ 50,000.00 $310,000.00 Jiai 8. H. SHANKS, J. B. PAXTON. it. r v. yj. W. M. BRIGHT. CASHIER, HAYS FOSTER. CLERK. oESTER. A38T. CASH loel-heHde- ' Moreland. c. TT -l. o. i - uco. v, ws.nor,oiamoru o...i-f- . ti ttf.il ouanKs, omnium;l. n tvaiKcr, Duuiioni; o. ii. ol vr. n. onanist, oianioru; i. u. iuu- jonn u. rosier, aianioru; DIRBOTOnSl .!. 1 ji JFARM SALE AT AUCTION TT ,1 -- ! RESOLUTIONS - PASSED BAR Mr. Wilt Belden and sister Miss II. Hamlin, best boy horseback Jennie Belden, of I.oulsMllo potsed r!der under 15 years of age, Cecil through Moreland last Sunday on Brown first. Hay Crawford second: their way to Liberty, whoro they will prettiest girl baby under 12 months I llt their grandmother, Mrs .IihIro old, Mrs. Anna Cox, first, Mrs. It. j Belden. They will attend tho fair. who ha II. Hicks, second; prettiest boy baby Miss :.ucllo Dlnwlddlo under 12 months, Mrs. Minute Say. been with her grandmother, Mrs. John lor, prettiest girl between 3 and 4 Dinwiddle, ot Hustonvlllo started for years old Mrs. Kiln Hayes. her home In Oklahoma. Miss Mabel McClurc, of Arbreland Best marc or gelding over ono and under two years, James Smijth; best will start to school In Richmond, Ky mare or gelding over two and under tobout the first of September. Mr. Pull Hughes, of Millcdficvlllo rethree years, J. C. Bailey ot Crab Orchard, first, II. W. Gaines, of Lin- ceived news of the death of his daugh Hughes, of coln, second; best mnro or gelding ter In law Mrs. Edward any age, J. I. Chancellor, first J. M. Winchester. Mt. nnd Mrs. Iklbert Steel v.1io Cress second; best pair mares or visiting their fnther, Mr. Holdings, J. U. Wade, first, S. T. Cur- havo been homo nny W. D. Hanson started for their tis second; best mare or gelding Colburn. Va., ug. 23rd. Her sister ape, P. Parish, first, H. K. Thompson, Mis Mary Hanson returned with her second; best doublo team, Beosle she will attend school In Virginia. (c Kennedy, of Stanford, first, J. II Mr Cox, wife and two daughters Thompson second; best running walk expect to move to Bowling Green in a er, P. Parish, first, R. W. Dunn, sec- fow months. ond, Elmer Moore, third. Mrs. C. I Prultt, of Junction City, Pacing nnd trotting race, G. W. spent ' d- -r - J- - " Prultt Mi Blshon, first; Polly Perkins, occnd; of Moreland, Augutt 23. R. K. Thompson third; running race, ticasley & Kenney first, Elijah HopIf your liver Is sluggish and nut tone, and you feel dull, bilious, con kins second. Best suckling colt any sex under stipated, take a dose ot Chamber six months old J. M. Lear, Hrst, G. W. lains Stomach and Liver Tablets to you will Rogers, second; best colt any sex night before retiring and all right In the mronlng. 8ola by Pen sired by Frank, the splendid stallion ny's Drug Store. kin, Lancaotcr; J. Ii. Pax ton, Stanford; W. II. Traylor, Gilberts Creek; R. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. II. Cummini, Prcachcraville; Lilburn Gooch, GilberU Creek. " FIRST NATIONAL BANK, ORGANIZED IN 1882. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. SURPLUS EARNED, $22,000. ' HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $2!650Q Combine Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety We Solicit Your Account, Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers. J. 5. Hocker. President;. t; STANFORD, KENTUCKY DIRECTORS. Reid, . II. Biughmin, M D. Elmore. J. M. Pettus, S. T.IIUrrls. It. C. Baughraao, J. F. Cammlot, H. C. Baughman, Cashier. S. T. Ilarrii, no. C. Robiasoa, V. W. Saunders, Ind. Bookkeeper K. C. Walton, J. S. Hocker, J. IL Harris, Bookkeeper W H Murphy K OFFICER. RURAL TELEPHONES. MR. FAH3IER:. lakcvoijr home as jmndcrn for your family as a ice, residence, ami plnco yourself in a HosTtion to gcfthriiilsi market quotation! at any time. This can be accomplished by means oh our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with, tho beuefits received. Call or address our nearest olfico or write direct to icadquartcrs, Nashville, Tcnn., for information regarding our fpectal "Farmers' Line" rate. If you are not at present enjoying telephone service, wo can immediately interest you. Our lines cover the States of Kentucky, Tenncfuee, Mississippi, Louisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana and EA8TTHWESSKETEL.&Ti:L,CO. Illinois. (IXCOBNRATKDl :h IBjryantsVlIle, on tho Fisher's Ford raxtd on WEDNESDAY, -- AUG." 31, 1910 :U to the highest and best bidder wm iollowlng property, towlt: Tho hno Blue Grassfarm of 2 I Tlryantstille. Too. Iccs.ed-vieai- : , 3,wa Is Jn a high state of cuUvation. yuielr improved, well watered, well i 2nced and Is a farm, that has fow if eairals in thoJMue Grass coun- Tii3 tarm must bo fold so that to ri ili proceeds can bo divided among faolrs. Tho salo .will begin prompt(3) Ho was an orator of recogniz 10 fc. m. Terms will bo made ' day of sale. Also at the ed talent and brilliancy, and a truo Xaowti on ad.sacie time and place the following auc- -- and faithful friend, nnd bore himself adWonal property will be sold at ns a wan in all the wulks of life, both r- - I will on 'IB. M.jSwope, deceased,miles went .premlscsTabout "2 1-- 2 As .administrator of tho ostato of the, or .iuj -jji' Yhercas Judge M. C. Baufloy died on August 12, 1910, at bis homo In Stanford, Kentucky; and whereas tho Danville bar baa been called to adopt sultablo, resolutions tpuchlng his lira and cfiaracWr?1"" Therefore bo It Resolved (1) That In the death or Judif Saufley," Iho district as" lot an able and upright Jurist, and the profosilon one of, IU brightest ornar.ipi'.ts. (2)1 That he fas a Judge of incorruptible Integrity and of marked nblll- - Some typewriter advantages which, when investigated, inevitably lead to the selection tf the South Premier RaorJ! axJ htechutnU PUtent Reren&la A single motion is quicker to make BB Betrag'Cwni Tsl$liM Rick 4th CoiaplttB Control Iron Keyboard Siaiple Stencil Cuttin( Doric Drop Forged Type &t Perfect Una Lock Dichrocrw Ribbon. UclIonoToucli BllBriBg Type Bar Colwnn Findtr ssd Pugnp!f Decima Ttu!itor Perfect Eiuai FioCdct . Xeren InteichiaseiUs Onucet RisKt sad Ltft CT(Uga RduM Swinginj Marsail Rkk WrlitrPitoictfd Ribboa VS Gear Driren Cwiiiget Ribboa Controlled liom Kejboird VsriaUe and Ueivctul Lum Spacer Parfcct Du Cuanl Back Space Ltret Canlaga Retarder Imptortd Margiaal Stop i. -- r of stock in Vo Danlc 10 head of sheep, four twtters, 10 milch cows. 2 heifers, one grllBli, 1 bay mule 1 lot of hogs. 1 bay rwre, I spotted pony, 1 bay horse, 1 mule, 3 calves. 1 juuBfs, A spring wagon 1 farm wagon, I. jwvtiiw, wheat drill, harrows, p!cw3 tloa: -- trBp'nntsvlIle, -- J5iflhares -- . jr.d numerous other farming iuip.w-jnatrtis, one rubber tire, buggy ami ynarasss, one piano, and piano player, ntfiousehold and kitchen furniture am mother articles too numerous to men- rtion. n war nnJ peace. (4) Tho sympatbob of this bar am tendered to his family, and a copy ct these resolutions will bo sent to bli widow and spread at largo upou the records of the Boyle Circuit Court and published In the nowspapors of the district. Escapement, Spcedieit ever deyised than two. Only one motion is needed to make any character desired on the complete, traightJine, keyboard of the 1 easy action It 1A light running Model I U I t a key-for-every-chara- cter - 'Complete, Straight Line Keyboard and A Key for Every Character. I n u cuAftF Jlil.P i' ll onvri) rauni NOTICE NurseSays: "i know Wiiai is good for young and old peo- Ble,' writes Mrs. Clara a trained nurse oi South .Bellingham, Wash., "and will say that I consider Cardul the best medicine for girls &id women. It manes them feel like new persons, relieves their pain and regulates womanly troubles. "Both my daughter and 1 received great benefit" The Write fof Infomubon to Smith Premier Typewriter Co., foe, Syracuae, N. Y. BtaBcKot eTcgrwboa aBaBaBflaBaBaSaBalBBaBaBV ol B. M. Swopo, Docoisod dCoI. I. M. Ouun, Auctioneer. , Hn tho district court of the United States for the Eastern District of Kentucky, in the matter of Clarence JJ. Bipplo bankrupt. Notice of Sale In Bankruptcy. Uy vlrture ot an order entered by .U. N. Saunders, referee in the above styled casto; I, as trustee of same, ' -- will on Saturday, the 3rd day of Sept. j.K D 1910. .between the hours of 10 o'clock P. M., on tho premises, being 52 acres of farm land, situated In Lin- iIn county, Ky., on the waters of Ureen river, adjoining the Denbant rfirm, and lying near (he post office of Jumbo, Ky., expose to public . Mle to the highest and best bidder for Acasti in band, the above described ittmct or parcel of land, together with "US acres ot land adjoining same, now oireed by Clarence J. Sipple, the tbaakrupt above named, and also onc-tkaK Interest In the growing crop upon fal4 land. under ff Given August.my hand, this the )!Hh 1910, &y 6f R. A. DYCHE, Trustee PyseBtery la a dangerous disease can be cured. Caumbelaln's Colic .Cholera and. Diarrhoea Remedy has tteeo 'successfully usd In nine oc dysentery. It has never aeo known to fall. It Is equilly for children and adults, and wat reduced with water and sweeten K. 1s pleasant to take. Sold by Ten Yfd. . Ttbut JSflaSZIanlalaikiiaBE'aw 0 Take Jj iJZZZb The 'Woman's Tonfc ' ; EKtiTu-Jmmm.'rV r 'Asi"" mealctiid for feir maje troubler po medicine you cart 'get has the old established, reputation, Uwf-Caidul &as, I U ' ' prove that, It has stood the greatest "of all tests toe test of TIME. A? a JpnJc for weak women, Cardiii is the best, it js a woman's tonic. Pure, gentle, safe, reliable. Try Cardui. MAi. M Fifty (50) years of '.? sad-ce- ss ' , t..' AlaVlaiaTiBL.,flB(BMa awU 1 )&" fi't V I bat-ca- use &f4 VW SM-e- !. I ,Sifc0 PMMMMriHkJM r ii iinn'i nmmtlKmmr wWMMtW)(.riinl iw ijinMM ' " " ) " TVJ TMB INTERIOR JOURNAL. paok ekvissK Had the woman come to her senses, quest, they would have shared M bad the man grown tired of her, bad eagerness, but he kept It to himself. they parted, and where was the wom- as he had kept his own counsel ter an? These were queries which were San Francisco, and he straltly charged put to him with the direct simplicity of his sailing master to say not hla Col Consequently the lookout an. the the American public through ita Impecross-treon a certain rious representatives, the reporters. And to these questions Mr Langford summer morning, catching sight of a could return no adequate Knswer what- dim, blue haze on (he horizon taroS" ever except the truth, which he could to starboard, made no report of not bring himself to tell. He de- What was the use? It would entr declared that she had left the yacht In lay matters and they were wltHloi- the South seas, that he did not know few weeks of Honolulu now, andAas her present whereabouts, and refused other fortnight beyond Hawaii wash! to say anything further privately or bring them back to the United States, In public. Miss Urenton had no near for which thoy all longed with. tHe-d- a relations; what was everybody's butl-ncs- s sire of men who had been away from was nobody's, and presently pub- home and confined to the narrow lic Interest In hej declined. She and decks of a cruising ship for over her philosophy wero practically for- year. Something as to whether If was gotten by all Dut Langford himself. Fortune, which had done him some Providence or not he was somewhat- evil turns, here, however, Interposed to doubtful In his mind afterward-brou- ght Lnngford on deck before' bis his advantage. The lady who legally bore his name departed this life and usual tlmo for rising. The watchwas left him a free man. Unite though he In charge of a rather sleepy,, stupid had been, Langford was not without second officer, unimaginative and. un some strong Idea of hunor and de- observant. He had not noticed the cency. Indeed, he bad enjoyed long land which It waa difficult toaenfross and undistributed hours of meditation the deck at any rate, especially; as It did not He between the yacht and? tht upon his sins of omission and commission during his period of convales- sun, and as It had not been reported cence, and tho calm consideration of from the masthead, ho knew nothing character and career had done him of It Langford had found steep Imposgood. At heart, In splto of his brutnl conduct, for which drink had largely sible. The year of search, the constant been responsible, he was a gentleman, disappointment, the pressing sense off and capable of things fine and high mystery, tho feeling that hla conduct under the stimulus of somo really was Indeed Irreparable had preya! great emotion. He had como to reni-Iz- upon him. He was thin, worn, nervous to put It mildly, what an awful nnd Irritable. He walked up and dowr fool ho had been to sny nothing of his the deck In the cool of the mornlnt For three years practical! villainy. What had led him to this thinking. realization had been tho remembranco he had had this woman before bit of the hours he had passed with Kath- eyes as the goal of his efforts. Now arine Urenton before the clouda had sho was gone, and ho must concenarisen which had culminated In that trate hla lifo upon something else. He Indifferently and awful storm, the recollection of which gazed languidly fairly made him shudder. However, about the horizon, his unpractical nothing for n time. Suddenhe had decehed her by professed adherence to her wild theories and Im- ly, lion oi er, staring off to starboard possible j)hll (Jophles, ho had honestly listlessly during a paure In hla steady loved herpSnd association with her tramp, he thought he caught a glimpse had been of benefit to him. If he of light. Ho looked idly In tha direc only had not given nway to his tem- tion whence the reflection! had" come per and his appetite! If It had not for a few moments and saw-i- t again; a thin cloud of smoke, or was it haze, been for bis former obligation! Ho had married his wife In a mo- roso abote It. He was puziled.br It ment of boyish Infatuation. The union of course, and stood staring. The conhad been Impossible almost from tho centration In his gaze, he thought, dis- ' first She was little moro than an covered to him a cloudy blink In the which, might mean adventuress, much older than he, who gray of the dawn rvo. land had entrapped him for his money. land. He knew there waaThero had Veen n separation on a lib- charted in those sens, for be had carestudied the chart the night beeral financial basis, to which the wom- fully saying nothing to anyone, fore, for he an had readily, even cheerfully, sensitive-abou- t agreed, and he had no lingering re- had become somewhat mains of affection to hold him back. the matter. He ran down the companion ladder Her death was only a relief to blm. Ho felt that he owed reparation to Into his cabin and fetched thenca a powerful glass, which, upon Katherlne Urenton, and he was more new and willing to pny the debt because ho was his return to the deck, he focused. the honestly and genuinely In love with upon aid distant point of light By her so far as a man of his tempera- the made of those powerful binocular a waa. Hewas out ment could be In lovo with a woman. he of quickwhat It decision and; purpose. man Ho wanted to make amends for his pointed called the officer to treatment. He would have given any- He the light, and handed him, glasartc- the thing be possessed to have been able to man in question. the "What do you make of that- - Mrr tlagutta what It ts; but Moke rises . The v Island Of from If "Let us gel" Regeneration (Continued from She rose to her feet and extended her hand. He took It aftd they began to run. They ran as often m they walked, except In the greater heat of mid-dafree-limbe- lnt Friday ) CHAPTER XII. I I Tht Ship on th Horizon. Yesterday morning the had bcn awakened by an earthquake. the call of a voice, hla Tolce. It mier wai none other on the Island. It cam to bar through tha open door-MaBr turning her head ahe could expanse and ft tha brightbeyond. of landfigure and akr Yet no Eta the entrance. He stood out bf eight, but within hearing, calling her naae, Bbe rose to her feet, gathored be tunic about her waist by a cincture of plaited grass, thrust the knife (within a rude sheath ahe had made for K and stepped out upon the sand. She bad an Instinct that something unusual had happened, for nerer before bad be ventured to come to tho cave nnd thus awaken her. The chango In their relations might bate moved him lo this extraordinary course, yet she did not believe that'll had. She found blm In a great stato of excitement As she cleared the entrance be ran toward her waving his hands. "There Is something," ho cried, his voice thrilling with new nnd strange on the other sldo of the motions, , To-da- y tu lightly Lithe, clad, deep chested and strong, In this emergency they headed straight across the hill Instead of taking the longer way around the sands. The distance was not great. There was a sort of rude path which they bad made and often traversed, and In a few moments they stood panting a little, for they had been unusually speedy and eager, on the top of the hill. r. "Thercl" cried tho man, 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 undoubtedly a ship. A haxy column of smoke elongated behind It, and told ber It was a steamer. "You wero right," she said at last, a little sob In her voice. "It Is n ship. It means rescue. The world is coming to our shores." "My world is horo," he returned, laying his hnnd upon ber shoulder, and for answer she drew closer to blm, glad to feel bis clasp about bcr He drorped the bM to the sod and knelt beside her. "Has the sight of the ship made you woepi" no sain, somy "I wisn mat I had never come to tell you It was therel" "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 me, but now the earth opens before you. You will have other hopes, other ambitions, perhaps- -" "Don't say it," protested tho man, vehemently, "I shall have nothing, nothing but you anywhere, everywhere, and, besides, nothing la changed. See, the smoke grows faint er; the ship more dim. Bhe passes beyond. Things shall be as they were I Wo shall live on, and love on I" I ' waist Sho had tlmo to think how singularly Ilka the languago of convention was tho language of naturo. It was Island ' "Is It something of enough Importance," she said, softly, laying her l.ad upon his shoulder, "to keep you from kissing mo good morning?" Evidently whatever It was, It was liot, she thought for n happy moment, ns bo swept her to hie breast at onco. That had hen his first Instinct, that had been hla burning deslro the night long, to hnvo her In his arms was bis constant thought; hut he was new to lover's ways, unused to love's customs, and, besides, be hnd sworn that the advances must como from bcr Tlut onco the ndvanco was made, tho sdgnal was dlsplaed, the permission was given, bo more than did bis part. Tresslng back her head he fed his full upon ber lips. No, not that, he could never dd that, but ho klssrd her long, nnd for a moment forgot what he bad to tell. It was she who first re raembcrcd. 'And what Is It," she nsked, "on tho other side of tho Island?" "I forgot It for the moment." he 'passionately, "as I forget everything with you In my nrmk." She laughed at this bold assertion. "You love," she said, "as If you had toeen taught to do It from the beginning "The sight of you, your touch, the air that hangs about your person, they have taught me, and I am only beginning now to show you how much Her desolation, her sorrow appealed to blm profoundly. He took ber In bis arms. Ho laid ber bead gently upon his shoulder. There was protection and tenderness as well aa passion In his touch. "Together," ho whispered, patting her hair softly, "alone, you and II" For ono. delicious moment with closed eyes she let herself be so soothed and comforted. Hut her better naturo woke on the Instant, ns It were. "No," ahe said, drawing nway from blm gently, "It would not be right Wo belong In the world of men. Men nnd women nro not men nnd women until they have lived among their fellows, until they hnvo fought down the temptations of which we know nothing here, and have conquered them out there. Give me tho flint and steel. I must call back tho ship!" Ho stooped as she spoke and picked up the little silver box. He extended his hand toward her, and then suddenly drew It back. "You cannot light tho beacon," bo said "Cannot!" sho cried. "No, for I will not give you the flint and steel." "You must give It to me." "I will not I nm tho stronger, and you ennnot take It from me," he returned, with growing firmness. It was tho first time In all their Intercourse that ho had disobeyed a command. Bhe looked at him amazed, "Why not now?" "You mnst hear the voice of the world In comment upon what I say" "Hut If we do not go back?" "Thero will be a ferret between us which I will carry to my grave. It would be fatal to our happiness. You see wo must call back the ship. Give me the flint and steel, for Gol'a sako, If you love roe, man!" She had never adjured him In that He stood Irresolute fashion before. a moment and dropped the box at her feet She had conquered, conquered by appealing to his love for her. Nothing else, she felt would have moved blm. Eagerly she opened the silver box and took thence the tiny Implement Fortunately they were liv the heart ol the dry season. To strike a spark was easy, to communicate It to the brushwood waa easier still. In a moment catching the Inflammable wood dried out by tho tropic sun, the flames roared through the great mass. The cliff or peak at the top of the Island 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 rnn around the peak of the rock until they were sheltered from tne nerce heat of tho fire. From where they stood they could sec tho ship. "Do you think," nsked tho man, "that the people on tho ship will see the flame?" "They cannot fail to see It" "And bow will they regard it?" "As a signal." "And what will thoy do?" "Turn about and head .for tho island." "And how can we toll what they nro e 7 It fore-topma- e -- t x "Yes," She Said, "It Pastes By." 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 he wag giving up, but be was not entirely Ignorant of what any other man .who loved would have said, and In tho samo way. 'That ship Is passing by," he went on. "When I saw It as I woke this morning, It was there. It goes rap- here," "Hut we shall Summon It and bring "If this be the beginning." she it back," she went on, resolutely. .laughed, "what will be the end?" "How?" be asked curiously. "There Is no end," he replied laugh"Uy lighting the beacon yonder." , ing In his turn, "I.bad forgot that." "But you came hero to tell me some"Hut I did not. Oo back to the cave thing else." "When I started from the other side and bring the flint and steel. You will of the Island' It seemrd the greatest find them in the silver box on the thing that I could tell, but slnc I have shef by the Dlble, and make baste." "I will go the quicker," be said, seen you" turning to ber, "that I mny bo the "Man, man," she cried, with pleas-,an- t sooner back with you " Impatience, "what Is It that you He turned and bounded away like aw?" a young deer. She watched him think it Is a ship," be answered, through the trees, and then sat down "I hsjlb sudden gravity upon the summit of the hill and stared "A ahlpt" she cried. toward tho ship. She was glad, of ' She laid her hand upon her heart course, that they were to be rescued, land sank down upon a near by boulbut as in the Joy of their love there der. If hla words wero true, what' was sorrow, so In ber gladness there! would It mean to them both? was apprenention. mat test or wnicn "I have never seen a ship, but there she had dreamed the night before point-i-- d la a dark object yonder," he was now to be complete. She would across the Island toward the farther postpone the telling of her story unhorlion, "too far away for me to dlt- - til be could bear In comment upon It the voice of tho world. idly." "Yes." the said", "It passes by." "I care not," he Interrupted. "I don't want anything else or anybody else. Now tbut 1 have you, I am content J love yon." whnt lay beyond tho horizon, and sho had presented It In such n way thnt It glowed with color and life and charm. The evil, the sordid and tho wretched had been lightly alto luded to, Just definitely 'enough shnde tho picture and bring out Uie higher lights of civilization. His was not the decision, therefore, of an untutored, Inexperienced savage, not the abandonment of a toy by a child; there waa some reality In It and the reality measured hla affection. Her doing?" "When the smoke ceases to elongate," she replied, "It will show us that they have turned and aro beading this way." There was no breeze, apparently, and the smoke would follow the wake of the ship. They watched the llttlo speck on the horizon with strained intensity for a few moments. "How If she passes on?" asked the man, at last. "I shall take It as a sign," said the woman, slowly, "that Look!" she cried, in sudden gladness. Tho ship hnd turned and the cloud of smoke now rose straight abovo ber In the still nlr. "They have seen the signal," went on the woman. "They will come here. We shall bo taken away!" "It-I- s jour fault," eald tho man, grimly "I wanted nothing but to be -- alone with you." CHAPTER XIII. Public Sale Having decided to sell my stallions, Jaoks, Jennetts, etc, will olfcr for ualo at public auction, Saturday, September 3rd, 1910, miles from Lancasmy place 6 nl ter and 1 12 miles from Huckeyo pike, on Poor Ridge pike, nt the'Uuek Carter farm, the following live stock. Unlllon by Dignity Ono Dare, a fine acting nnlnial, 10 hands high; 1 three year old stallion br Kentucky Pcnvino; also ono two year old stallion by Ilex peavlne1, 1 seven year old Wilkes bred stallion; bands hlgr 1 five rear old Jack IS hands high 1 sir year old lock 13 handa i thre voar old laik 15 high;, a couple of good two year old 2 2 1-- 2 2 2 Tbcy had lived In Eden, Eden with- - j ' - Jacks, t Jennctt nnd Jack colt at sldo; 1 Jennett due to fold In September; also three iennotts bred to a big 16 bands high Jack. One extra good three year old aaddlo maro Ono five j ear old ware and colt; 18 head ol Ono. 2 sheep.7 subject to be) registered. W11I furnished about 315 acres of uuliriproved land STEPHEN!., walker , -' For (nfermallen Phone 329 Y, Lancaster, Kentucky. 'l This' stock is all good and sound aale. Pedigree also sell noer, on sbort willkind", Ir.tUe.tol cut Dower., plant, Xlwrnak, a .pectaltyot wreatb. notice. 'YeUSKffoc? wi?l? the above, lhave all alndsof vegetables on band at rea.onabl W,0''01IHlHTMANOllKKNIIOUHEH. KbllVHHAHII, Htuufnril.Ky. I CUT FLOWERS FOB SALE! can turnUb the publle with the bet. si ot out a serpent They bad plucked the tree of knowledge at will and no consequences evil bad ensued, yet nevertheless, tbcy must go out Into the world now, tho world with its pains, its toils and frets, thq world with Its mockeries and scorns, and take uprthe appointed life of men. life, lpvcd her now there could not be any doubt about that-r-bwhat would ho do when bo knew and when be knew that the world knew as well tfbat sho' bad thought,, what she bad. been, and what she had done. Alas, hen thai, .ship's boat touched the shores bf their island, the angel of the flaming sword would always guard their entraace and prevent their returning .to it She was a brave woman. She could f4ce the Inevitable with courage, with a, philosophy which now at last was Christian. She bad had three peaceful years and a day of such happiness aa falls to the lot of few of the children of sorrow. Perhaps that was all that she was destined to look back upon of Joy. Perhaps the future held fpr her only expiation. Perhaps she ought not to rebel against that possibility. She ought to be glad bf such an opportunity, Indeed. Dut she was a woman, and by and by sho bid ber face In her hands and wept. In all their Intercourse he had never seen her "weep. Tears' were entirely foreign to hla experience. He knew what sorrow was, what sadness was, what sympathy was, for bis heart had been torn when she had read to blm the story of the Man of Sorrows and bis sufferings. A child of nature, the pathetic in the Old Covenant and the New had appealed to him profoundly, but hla were not easy tears. He bad never shed any. Ho. bad never seen any. He was appalled, therefore, when approaching noiselessly ho laid his hand upon bar shoulder and saw and heard the evidence of ber grief. heart leaped In her breast at that thought For one fleeting moment she Things would go on In acquiesced. the old way. Hut 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 better, whatever betide, that they should go back to civilization. The woman stared at htm long and earnestly, ber lip trembling, her face pale, her eyes Bhlnlng. They stood speechless at gaze for a moment, and then sho fact. spoke. What had happened as a result of "You are right." she said, "my powhis conduct he could not clearly state. er over you has gone. I can no longer The next morning the crew had found command. Mine has ceased to be the him lying Insensible on the cabin floor supreme will, but I beg'you, I entrat with a fractured skull. The woman you, I pray you, give me the flint and was gone, also the power boat which steel. See, on my knees I ask youl" had trailed nstern of the yacht in the She sank down before him In an at- pleasant weather. Such was his physititude which ho knew to be that, of cal condition that when he was not prayer. They had often read the unconscious, he was delirious. He had sacred Scriptures and had said their been able to give no coherent account prayers togethor on the sand or be- of affairs and equally unable to give neath the trees alnco she, too, In the any directions aa to the future movesolitude had seen God and believed. ments of the yacht, which had been "I cannot I will not" he answered, bound nowhere in particular upon a hoarsely, stopping nearer to her. pleasure cruise. "No," she said, "you mus not touch and captain, The old Falling-maste- r me, you shall not touch mo. I shall be much distressed by the situation and to you as a stranger, unless you take the emergency in which he found himme by force. If you will not let me self suddenly plunged, decided that light that beacon." bis best course, In fact, his only "No," said the man. doggedly. course, was to, get back to civilization It and a doctor as soon as possible. "When the world touches our shores He brine you unhapnlness. Let it pass." bid lnstfntly P'lt 0 yacht about and "Listen!" she said, "I have tried to headed for the nearest land where he tell you something about honor and might hope to get suitable care for bis duty. My honor says that that ship terribly HI young employer. He must be called. My duty bids me call pushed the yacht to the utmost speed, her. You said that you love me." and in three weeks dropped anchor in "Said!" exclaimed the man. Honolulu, just in time to save the me, then," returned young man's life, Indeed, for a long "You do love you, but that love time It was touch and go as to wheththe woman, "and I must be tested, tried In the world. I er his life could be saved at all, and can nevr believe In It in you, until It was not until nearly a year had the trial has been made. We must elapsed before the Southern Cross call back the ship!" sailed for San Francisco w(th a weak "Jlut I can believe la you without, and shaky, but convalescent owner, on any test" Qlyv?.?r. deck. "I am different I have been out The departure of Katharine Brenton I know what It is. I have with Valentine Langford had made a there. seen other men," great sensation, but It was nothing to t She looked fixedly at him. tho sensation which raged when It be Closer to her and laid hla band upon came known that Valentine Langford ber shouder, not, this time In caress, bad returned without her. She was She winced from the tightness of his a woman of too much importance, she grasp, the fleece Intensity of bis had played too large a part in the afClutch, yet ahe did not draw away, fairs of the world, civilization had and be was not conscious of the force manifested too such Interest la ber, he used. to allow ber to drop out of Its sight "You have seen other men. They without at least making an effort to have loved you?" find her. The position of Mr. Valen"Yes," she forced herself to reply. tine Langford became interestingly "And your difficult In the faoe of a storm of InMr, Langferd's previous marquiry. "1 have loved no man but you." "You had something to tell me. 7ou riage was, fortunately for blm, unknown, but the world bad bad a comwere to tell me plete and adequate Idea of the terms "Yes." of tho union which had been entered 'Waa It about somo other man?" upon so blithely between Langford and "Yes." Miss Urenton that the first question 'Vhat was It?" "1 will tell you when we have gone that met him when he came back alone was as to which oae fefts ?vMt?d. back where sua and women live." The Long Search. Mr. Valentine Arthur Lnngford was wearily pacing the quarter deck of his magnificent yacht, the Southern Cross. Mr. Langford was an Intensely disappointed and 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 bad resulted In disaster. Death opportunely bad relieved him of one wife; the other who had stood In the place of the form.fr without the legal ceremony orjhesplritual benediction circumstances so had vanlshed-BlSe- r mysterious that he bad no Idea whether she was alive or dead. On a certain night some three years ago he had a dim remembrance that he had behaved like a bruto to a woman. His remembrance was only dim as to de tails. It was entirely clear as to the It X Holtzman?" The officer toot a quick; lootv through the glasses, handed them back;--t- o their owner, and said laconically: "Land! Fire! Smoke, sir."" "Head the yacht to. that island "Very good, sir," satd ' the tofflcer; turning to the man at :the wheel and ordering the helm to be put aport The yacht's bows svungv. aWwiy round until the Island and. the illgbt- were both dead ahead.' "Now, Mr. Holtzman," sald'Lang ford, when the maneuver was completed, "who Is at the masthead?" "I'll see, sir," answered the second officer, stepping forward. --- Mr. Langford Was an Intensely Disappointed and Embittered Man.' to say how ashamed he was of all that be had done, and to beg her to forgive blm and marry him. The death of his father and the necessity for the administration of the ht He-ben- ., " vast interests of the bonanza king's estate prevented htm from at once engaging upon the search which he promised himself he would make, but be expedited matters, sometimes to hla own loss, as rapidly as he could, and after nearly a year's stay In San Francisco, he found himself In position to undertake- - his quest For a year thereafter: hb "and the' Southern Cross traversed the unexplored, unvfs-itewaters of the South seai. He had landed upon laljnd after island which be 'had .examined with minute particularity. Some, he bad found Inhabited by natives, whom, 'through Interpreters' he bad procured, .he questioned una,valllagH. 'H,e ran across stray vessels trading among the Islands, and through tbesi .'with' constantly Increasing, ever widening me-- " dlums; be carried on hla search, but without res.ult In thus sweeping the Pacific, be visited everything that was charted, and all that be could find that was not, and was now b"r ward x us bound, convinced that the 1 mC have foundered and that ap never solve the mystery of I pearance. So assiduously had he . .stcuted bis search that the crew of the Southern Cross, who knew nothing as to the cause of the eagerness, with the exception of the ship master, looked upon htm as a harmless visionary. They bad been away so long and had visited so many Islands with so much hardship, oftentimes with so much tmm imfiBrti1 rnnft In fha fin. known seas that they were one and all wildly anxious to return from the, to them, aimless wandering. If he bad coatouslcated to tbea at the first bit -d pleasant spectacle. "Did you see that Island yonder?" began the owner, fiercely. "I er " "Answer me!" "Ves, sir," said the man, desperately. "You did?" "Yes. sir." "Why didn't you report It?"" The man hesitated, shitting, frorc one foot to another, muttered" Boms 'thing about a wild goose chase.- Carried away by anger, Langford sprang at him, and "srsuld save dene. h!m tidily violence, bad he not been quickly restrained by the second officer: "Mr. Langford, sir," said Holtxsaaa.' grasping him tightly, "recover: your self, sir." The check waa sufficient. "Go forward I " cried Langfordjf.coa' trolling himself with difficulty- - "Mr." Holtzman, send for Capt Harner.'' "Very good, sir," answeredT the efs cer. - "Bring him to me," said aa the officer turned away. In a few moments the officer'came ' back to the quarterdeck followed by one of the seamen. Thij very much frightened, for L'aagford was In a towering passion, aid-wh-en he was in a passion be was not a the-owne- r man-look- straight for that island until! farther orders." In a few momenta thq ord! captalsr presented himself before the owner. "Harper," began the young man. lm perlouslv "tho lookout this munilog ce.lwt.ate'y al no to r--r ' .at Ue4, thn I'and you er 1 it a Urat-e "And meanwhile you are- - to keep- - -- and -- .p ' lay .id tc et I 3r master, not daring to remonstrate under such circumstances. "Do you know that island?"" continued Langford. "No, sir.' answered Harper. not set down In any chart. I heard of It before, cd port." "Very well, .sir," said the old salllng--r cM a .u In at ar:e'ha ine "Tbr haver-nev- er "Harper," said the other, laylag-hand upon tho old man's arm, "Ha oisar last chance. Wa are passing out'of region of these islands. If eK be m"-there, we shall asver find-- Her," "1 ' "a tBUAku. u atraM nt, vUr- 4To Be Continued) .J. T3ssi 1H.1 iV .' i l ...-mml.,t- . ff.fiu..jiu-- tmmmMtr r Mr"r ii ' !! yj t Quit Business Sale Warehouses In Danville, wo will bo compelled to glvo all nvinir formed connections with the Tobacco Until September 1st. wc offer every vehicle In our rcponltory at This stock consist of about GO vehicles day, September 3rd, will be sold nt auction. aaylea, loiiRht this yum All new, up BHIFTONS Not a shopworn job in the house. Come nier. aaaw.-.- . early and get the choice. DUUUIbO I that busines X U after ft of our time to ScptCHlbcr' 15 th. aid ACtUcU LOSl. All unsold Satur i v jquc. hufi jryAxj nurr.lCC SURREVS, MAI WAMNS. J DANVILLE KY. DANVILLE, KY. H. G. BRIGHT & COMPANY PROFESSIONAL AND if 4 r COOL KITCHE- NNo Heat Except; Where Needed! DISHES HOT FOOD IN FOOD WELL COOL. NO NO COOK-CUNDER-DUNE KITCHEN SlJflH yFrsI frees JLnKWm Representing The Benefit Life Insurance Co. - Jesse 11. Snrtnln. KITCHEN The leading annunl dividend ComThurlow Jones sold IS head 1,2X0 nanv. Its distinction Is duo to adher THING HOT WHEN WANTED. HEAT ence of successive managements to pound ateera to V. 11 I.lllard, pf PERFECT CONTROL AND the principle pf mutuality Uole at $5.60 per hundred and Hen UNDER ry Osmond, sold 2'J head of 1,400 W. W. BURGIN. CONCENTRATED. DENTIST. pound cattle to Mr Lilian! at i wnta THE BLUE FLAME IS ALL HEAT Office at Residence. .Mr. Llllard sold Mr. Osmond 28 Head SUMMER. EVERY- OVERHEATED Coleman Kemp harvester for sale In good MINKS HOTEL W A. Trlbblej MoreUnd, condition Abe Mink, For Sale. A well IraproTcd Ky. Prop. of 2U acres, near ML Bnlam, I Hotel Oppoilte Depot and Ne and kitchen furniture, stock, am Stable. Special Rates to Traveling tanning tools. V. II. Woodson, Mt New.. Single men Everyflng Brand ! 2J halcni, Ky. For Bale Ulnck uiaro R. M. NE W L A N D Sound with filly colt by her side. Gcar-old, IUSINES5 CARDS.: I FARMER'S DEPARTMENT. Fresh ror lor ante Apply to Mrs O It .j, 2 J OOST7 Ot If I vl rni Clearance Sale SUIT8 125 Mutual Clothing, Oxfords, Straw Hats, Odd Pants. i HATS. i $2.68 Suits at , NO SMOKE-- NO ODOR NO DIRT THESE ARE SOME OF VANTAOES IN USING THE AD THE' NEW , PERFECTION, WICK BLUE FLAME OIL fl COOK-STOV- E If not your,, writ, for ! . DwerlpUv. Circular E,.r, d.al.r ...rywb.r., to th jfegSS$SSlO2 1 Ties, (Incorporated-- ) THE STANDARD OIL COMPANY, n.rt aney of w Shirts, Collars and Biggest Line Ever Brought to Crab Orchard. HHs&X& L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky. TjEfs p f YOUR CHANCE For A $22.50 Suit at ot feeders at 4 76 per uundrod DR. T. W. PENNINGTON or Uovle, told 21 head $20 Suits at T F Durham Dentist $18 Suits at Hours 8 2 A M and 1 to 4:30 1M averaging 1,326 pounds to Clclaml Stanford Ky Coleman, of llnrrodsbiirR, at $6 23 per $15 Suits at olllce Myora Homo flats $12.50 Suits at DR. W. N. CRAIG, hundred Oculist and Optician For Sate Sow and V pigs. It. I. $10 Suits at ce over H. J. McRobcrta" More $ 6 Suits at Stanford, Ky. Herry, Hustonvllle. SEAM GAL. of OXFORDS, PRESSED STANDING Wanted cattle to graze 70 acres VANIZED ROOFING. good blue grass. R. I.. Herry, Hus- - $4 Oxfords at " Larqe Quantities carried In Stock. tonllle EADS' TIN SHOP, Stanford. Boyle, sold to Mr. $3.50 Ox'ords at lien Urlght, of Phona 11. Pent Ingram, his farm known as the $3.00 Oxfords at JOHN COOK Oxfords at 0 "Dick Dals place," on the Islington miles from Uanvllle..T- - $2.00 Oxfords at Veterinary Surgeon and dentist. pike, and animal placo contains IBS acres and while Specialist on ll horse Stanford, Ky. Phono 194 disease. be prlco paid Is not knon, It Is WILL ADAMS thought to he 1135 per acre Kentucky Is a better place than Livery; all Kinds of hauling, Fur. K nwiuhmiin . In the eies of W niture packing. . . Phone 173. S'anford, Ky. ' O'Uryan. wh- - wrltea from Oklahoma City to M U. Rankin. Commissioner of Agriculture, for Inlormatlon regard Ing the State. He aya he U from Uncoil. Uxtas No.' M.K. A. M. aa back t 7:s Kentucky and lie wishes he IiTi.rf vinr,i. nieht. off .ch month. on mln strew, Hun In the State now a he thinks It o'clock tn thotr hll of ilrter lod gat r. tort. Ky. Member,be prtient. T. W. I. n hotter nlacp In which to live. He Invited to neo. says In the letter that If Kentuck) had a live commercial organization like that ot Oklahoma many ot the v men who are going to Oklahoma from Fo'r fiome. carriai and sign trtmmtng the East would atop In Kentucky In k?Ms men 'F ot .11 stead of going further west. He wauts ImlthVhopWeit MaVgl.. Blanked Ky., the kind of Information that U sent 'Pnone No.SJX- out from Kentucky encouraging ImJ J. BELDEN. Mr. Rankin will comply migration with hla request and will suggest that Mr he come back to Kentucky. No. 11 Hoath.lliMr.il.. No. a. Houtb, lo:ti a m. O'Uryan Is only one of several who u. No..North.4:A. u. No. . North. J:4 r. have left Kentucky to go to No.JT.lO'.MA.M. who have written to Mr. Ran No.ss,t:or. m. kin that they are aory they" latt. RICE. 30-153-5- CRAB ORCHARD, KY. $C.98 $1.50 Hats at t6.93 J Hats at $13.96 fi,....$ v..j Hats at $11.93 $2 Hats at $ 9.98 $1.10 Hats at 8,j8 $t Hats at.... $2.50 S.98 $7 $8 $4.29 $2.S3. $1.98 $1,68 $5 ..... $i28 $1.73 $t,48 ..$1.1 $..79 $3.98 ODD PANTS. Pants at.......... Pants at Pants at $5.43 .' $(,43 $1.89 $2.94 $279 $1 Pnts t.. lo li.50 Pants at $1 Pants at.s $2.50 Panta at S2.M $28 $1.93 SAM ROBINSON. Stanford, Ky. f - "MASON'S MEET. i 1 ?"? MULE COLTS WANTED 1 t t I. J. BELDEN, W"f"' P"" deco-rallv- I will be at J. H. Baughman's sale on 1 To Buy WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 7TH, L& N. TIME TKBLE Okla-hom- iock Mule Colts. JOS. 8. Agent. Joe Kindig, York, Pa. J. G. Riddle nli II SALE OF LAND iX Mrs. Nan til on the premise, at "! M . nn I ab..ut Samrcay, Sept. 10th. 19 13 otter for alo ul publlJ outcry !" acres owned by Mrs tract of 53 Uood at the time ot her death. The mile from Turaeru- land Is about McCormack's church pike vlllo on the Is wdll watered and all In grass Pos session given Jan. Tenua will be announced on day ot As nai'til Jf . I will be glad for any of my friends CRAB ORCHARD, KY. Buyer of All klnda of farm produce and am (!(l. tro heirs I v. BARGAIN m R IM paying today for: Hen V who have mule colts to sell, to bring J, H. Baughman. them. FINE FARM FOR SALE Located on the Wnneora and plko containing 13S acres well watered, one hundred acres la grass 'CO acrea for wneaL tula land produces fine tobacco, oera and wheat A fine young orchard ol one hundred bearlngirult tree, a. modern mw six HnAr loom house.'ciatern ;i.. all neccaary outbuildings; two tenant houses, largo bars, new silo, free mail delivery, three hnsdrcd yard to school, l miles to union church. Will jnake. terms easy. W. E, Dhboh. Btanford, Ky,. Dox 41 Phona; 8 ring 4. 2 llllHciPlirll This RaMC Ftr Only ...:tfW-.-'- v' - '- - t0 11 10c .17 to 17 W8 0 Springers U to 5 l3c l-- S24.25. ' Roasted... to 12 7 6 2 J 189' Sbb GEO. II. It FARMS. TurkeyB Uuck to 13o tobc 18 to 7c 15 to 43o sale. Meal, Flour, 8hlp Stuff and Chickfor sale or In exchange for en Feed produce. r.noK Phone 20. llldoa Feathers 6 1- J U 1'AXTON. Agent. ANNUAL SjT O. O. CARTER, Datot Stroat, How's This? FIRST FARMS' SALE. ' i SMALL HEMP CROP IN GARRARD. A LUXURIOUS NECESSITY CHOOSING A WHIP. Is an easy matter here. Wo have to the every at)le, fo; every une. nnl 'at .Appointed bathroom. It adds about any prion. I'l'e o.ily whip you Joy'and comlort of living. .Keep tnnnot got here is .1 poor ono. Wo bills down too. Wo aro prepahave none of that Klud.' 0'ir whips red to put one in fnr you and btm aro only a sample of our harness nnd you get our figures you won't find all kinds ot horse goods? You'll tlnd tho latter Just as good as the whips ib&m nearly so high as you expect. and equally moderato in price. doc-.tor- 's in every home la a handsome sanitar) at.. ' wv k. Warner, . Garrard hemp crop tula year will h the usual be only about ylefd because of the fact that the acieago is only about a fourth of what Is was before the farmers turned their attention from the growth ot that maple to the extensive cultivation of la tobacco. Tho quality, however, up to lae average. . about a The largest crop near Lancaster Is tract two miles to the north east, cultivated by Jainea House on yuat wdB formorly the Ilcailey Uroe.' runu. Ono of of the finest hemp crops ot lower Oarrard Is that grown by T. Yates Hudson and It has proven Jo bo superior, both in quantity and quality. ItoportH from tho 'adjoining county of Uoyle also shown quite a reduction crop In tho acreage of htinp,' tho 1910 ot what it was bdtng about belore tobacco became tho leadlrt' one-fourt130-acr- e one-filt- Frldav 8entembr 30th. Greatest event of tho kind ever held in Kentucky. 60 saddle mare. colts and fUlles. 50 Jenneta and colts STIRRING TIMES, Catalogues now registered. All ono or menu jvuuvw we are having In the building line. ready. Kvery We carry a full line, of lime, plaster, should be kept tn Kentucky. Netke lenient and everything else needed J. F. COOK A CO., Lexlngtofl. Ky. for building, Kverj thing purchased 51.8 For the next SO days we will sell here will be found ot the best qualiour tobacco hogsneada at mill at ty tor intended purposes Usj HUI1IIUWII. Woand the best trouble and unnects 11.10 each. We also have aoae flue will save you LANCASTER, KY. aary expense by sending to ui for an whlto and brown leghodl coekereta tor aalb. K1b Mountain i'laateg estimate. ' BUYER OF Mill, Klaga MeuBUln, Ky. Produce J. A ALLEN, ttMftfiJ, Ky. All Kinds of Farm Stanford Branch T. K. Tudor, M'a'r. WE ARE PAYING TODAY FOR: l0 Ileus New Llverv- - . UD III llitrthfinH j 1 ( r J. C. McCIary, i Kggs 8pr!ngers Turke) Ducks, per lb nnmiiTn. ner lb Hides per lb Feathers (lindane. lef lb Yellow Root, per lb -- Uo t STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Phon0)( LkwEtmWmwSSBmWbS!!imWmW phoBO-188.- - Stanford, Ky. , J. Stanford, Ky. product.' W. offrr Ow HuodrrO Dolun n"ird tor .n u. ol CtUrrh llut uonut lx cun4 by 1UU1 WrlOc CUrth Cur. F CIIENFYCOaTollo.O. i llmwr '5 00 torWe. lul undrrtUnH. U.v. knows K. rteftlr boo. It rnra. tad brlter him th. orabl. la ill buiUm. IruurUan. tJ"d an.nrl.Ujr ,...$l-J1.2- 6 lOK M r.rrr out tar otIWlou Hud. by u arm. Kinn.n Mai, Wuio. Wholrwl. Uriuf toU. Tolodo.O. IN LIME AND SALT FOR SALE OR KiU'.OUrtb Cure U Ukrn Iniern.llr. wiu EXCHAHOE FOR HRODUCB. dlrKllr upoa to blood and mucoua .urlMM ol U. 'teat. tniUnooUU wot Phone 153 bottle, tlokl br HI DnuiiUU. Ire. I'rlc M wau l Mm can oleate you. rue ma i ,our riu ur eoo.iip.uoo. ....... V'""'';!0 ...'... If Undertaker ape"' Cmbalmer on. fbo;ii STANFORD, t. iiouf KY- - r boor;. (V 1