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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fy t THE 1INTERIORfftVOLUME XXXVIL HTANFORD LINCOLN COUNTS KENTUCKY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 2 1910 WO64 J llt fTIME TO GO AFTER tiTHAT NEW DEPOT E CITIZENS DO NOT WANT L 6 N TO IMPROVE AND REPAIR + THE OLD STATION i News has been received hero tha t RaUroallIe proposes to make soino Im provcinchtB and repairs at tho Stan ford depot this tall which Is the vary thing that the people of Lincoln county do not want They will bo I r BAtlstlod wth nothing less thap n new and moro commodious public station+ and aro going to Inform thq otllclals of the L N of this in clear and unmistakable tones With this end In Mow a committee composed of Messrs W M Bright 11 J McRoberU S T Harris W H Shanks and R L Hubble has been I appointed to tako to tho companys chief pnlcera at Loulsvlllo tho petition which have been signed by hun dreds ot Lincoln county citizens ask- Ing tho erection of a now depot The Petitions have boon at tho two local banks for tho past tow months nnd the signatures attached aro thoso of tho most representative citizens of communitYI of this committee will lay the facts bcforo tho officials and Insist that a new depot bo builtI mud no effort to dodgo tho Issue be made by making a taw Improve ments and repairs to the old depot Local promoters of tbo now station campaign believe that tho railroad I oillclals will see tho Justice of this pe tition but In tho event they do not I they are confident ItA tho State Railroad Commission can bo shown thu merit of tho demand for better accommodations for tbo traveling public at this point 1 Master Commissioners NAMED BY JUDGE WALKER IN I OYLE AND GARRARD Judge Lewis L Walker bus an nounced that ho will appoint R H Uation Muter Commissioner In Oar rard county and Logan McKee Cheek tho young Insurgent In Boyle Thp Lancaster Heccprd says Thq appli cants In Llnncoln aro lions George Havbion and Gcorgo D Florence and both nro Rood men There are lovers al applicants In Mercer among them A H Robinson who U a relative of tlq Roblaii itns in this county and Is u very popmar man j Gott Wins COURT SAYS SALE OF SOFT DRINKS IS LEGAL Special Circuit Judge J M Benton of Winchester sitting at Lancaster held unconstitutional a city ordinance seeking to prohibit thu sale of near beer and other malt drinks not Intox icating but containing alcohol The court held that the city had not right to prohibit the sale of such drinks It has rot been determined whether or not the city will appeal The ease at Issue was that of W- It Uoit against E W Harris police JiiJco of Lancaster and was decided- In favor j Gott HOME TALENT PLAY Stanford Is to have a treat on Sept 9 at the Opera House when tho best talent In town will render the charming comedy Diamonds and Hearts This w under the supervi sion of Miss Bertha Jackson whoso experience and ability along this live assure success Tho play will be given to assist airs II D Phillips In Home Mission work this being unde- nominational and a cause toSvhlch every ono should rally I popular ington Saturday While here he pur chased a handsome Rambler touring ear tttofC 0 Updike Lexington Leader A RELIABLE MEDICINENOT A NARCOTIC Mrs Marti st Joe Mich says Foley honey and Tar saved her lit tin boys life She writes Our lit tie boy contracted a bronchial trou blo and as tho dostors medicine did t not cure himI gave him Foloys Ueoey and Tar in which I have gre- atiithIt cured the cough as well as the and gagging spells and ha got well In short time Foleys Honey and Tar has manytlinefc sav ed us much trouble and we are iaver without It In the house h Sh gars and Tanner 45 ADDITIONS TO- CHRISTIAN CHURCH PROTRACTED MEETING COMES TO ENDDELEGATES TO I GOOD ROADS CONFERENCE Hufttonville Ky Sept 1 Tho protracted meeting which has boon In progress nt tho Christian church here for Ole past tow weeks cloved on Wednesday night Thera wore n total of 15 additions to tho church ns the result of tho work of Kvtmsellst Sellers und Singer nturfls In the Masters cause hero During n particularly Impressive part of the service one night this week while the evangelist was ex tending the Invitation to sinners he noticed A young couple not tar back In the church giggling and apparent ly having great fup Vltho Lcalllng their names but designating them so that all could tell who they were the evangelist gave them ono of the severest roprlmandu ever heard front a pulpit here And they were very good during the remainder of the ser lee Tho following delegate have been appointed from Hustonvllle and McKinney to attend the Uood Roads Convention at the State Fair In Louisville on Sept 16th MCMM Walter Carson L M Reid W R Williams and E J Tenner All tho members of the choir who so ably assisted In the protracted meeting Just closed at the Christian church are requested to please take their usual seats at tho services Sun day Ayers Vaughn shipped to Clu cinnati this week a car load of butch er cattlo for which they paid 2 34 to 4 12 cents JJr Edward Aloorn attended the Somerset fair Dr 6 S Williams at tended a dental convention at Cin cinnati and the Ohio Valley Expo sition this week Mrs Dowlo McCarley qf Okolona Miss nnd little son William are the guests of l jr parents Mr and MM W It William Mlsj EllaBainetbo has retumod from a lirqiraclcd vwi tovtrleada tm Iuls 1110It Uvo Frost an exiwr handlor end miner of tobacco flgums hit tfauhcu y the latest heavy rain and hall storm at eight thousand + jllars tiles Anglo Carpenter KOOS tu Ait pusfa Kansas In Sejituwhor to tike charge of a largo music sonata Him t un adept In thu find art tllIJ will lii uroatly missed In our inushal dr rrt Mimes Ida Mnrsoo Mr Jamv Oor tnn nail Albert Manses jt L noau tr wscrt guests In our city last week Dick Leo of color was picked up FrVnf by our most offli mi sheriff V L McCarty and loilvol in the ooun ty lastlle for seriously nabbing two wlfio men at MoroiatU named Nel kirk and Akers without sufficient provocation Horn to the wife of Marshall Herring last week a ten pound daughter W J FJ4ltzcliw of Proachertvllle was among the several hundred vial tors who atUnde the Baptist Assoclu lion here last week Mrs Asdle Jennings of Mordant sold her 40 acre farm tb Willlau Cooper of Wayne county last week for S000 Col Wm Marksbury of Marksbury Ky was the guest last week of Mr and Mrs B K Swopo Lang delegations froa all the ad joining counties attended the Baptist Association hero last week Tuesday and Wednesday Sam Lusk arrived home last week from South Dakota for n few weeks vacation from the arduous duties of a Commercial Pilgrim that he Is milk- Ing good In Will Peavyhouse leaves next week to accept a splendid position tender ed him in a bank In Wllroore Ky Ho la upright competent and an earnest hard worker and success will follow himBert Williams of Jacktown says his loss by the late hall and ralu Is 700 at lowest estimate and his neigh bors Chas Henaou Wm Henson Jno Toomba Sam Tartar James Honson Jxwla Wilson Mntt Mossheart Jno Cutter Jab Wilkinson Jno Hofley and Elglo Wilson were all heavy losers In both corn and tobacco Tho Eliza Porter property was sold by exe cuter J P Goode Saturday loJJ rhea for 275 A very attractive list of blue snuB forma In the best part of Lincoln coun IYOUNGEST CHAUFFEUR IN KENTUCKY MORGAN SMITH BAUGHMAN JR I The Young Son of Mr and Mrs M S Baughman who is only 8 years old but drives his fathers Overland car with the skill of a veteran I ty ranging In size from 60 to 7CO acres Is put on the bargain counter for this falls business by W R Williams Co Hustonvlllo Ky Call on or write them your wants buses Cora nnd Carrlo Llpps are In the city this week buying fall mllllii cry and notions and looking up fall styles in dressmaking and taking In the great Ohio Valley Exposition The convalvular caprice which too often controls dispensers of political pie is well appreciated but It was hoped by a largo element of the pcoplo hero of nil parties that merit would prevail and our Ueo Davison land the political plum which In lost analysts should have fallen to Lin colic No disparagement to our Pete nor to the old Roman of Lancaster Bill llcrrdon who has more admiring and appreciating friends amongst tha enemy than all the bunch Mrs Kato Culbertson and daugh ter Rith who have been guests of Mr aud Mrs H R Camnltz left for homo Monday accompanied by MM Camnltz who goes for a two weeks tlslt Mr McKinney got hung up between homo and Liberty through imperfect knowledge of automobile Intricacies and aware that Uncle Foddy Wheel or had spent tile day light hours of the past two seasons In the garage grooming the elephant phoned us a macedonian wall for succor last Friday The philanthropist was soon on tho road to rescue the lost sheep of loved suburb and later landed safely with comrades The suggestion of Col Jim Guest rot the legislature strikes a respon she chord in the West End In ad dition to the personal truncations of Col Guest and his social qualifi cations with such great and good men as Judge M C Saufley It Is a sur prlso that a democrat omitted men bon that Col Guest Is a first cousin to Col W G Welch conspicuous In galaxy ot the Nations giantsIliar- ah for Uuost n w Burdetto Powell has moved his family to town in order to bo ratire convenient to schools and church1 Cupid Still Busy MORE WEDDINGS CELEBRATED IN OLD LINCOLN As temporal agent for the God ot Love Dan Cupid County Clerk Geo U Cooper continues as a decided suc ecu Business In the marriage license market has been very steady for the past few weeks License was Issued on Tuesday of this week to Henry Jonslh aged 32 and Miss Flora Ullman aged 22 a popular Ger man couple the wedding holpg performed at tho residence of Ernest UtiQRnB Spires aged 25 and Miss Sal lie Austin 18 wero granted license and made one at the homeot Mr Ed Austin amid tho congratulations of many friends W M Young a Morgan county Tennessee farmer aged 63 years and Mrs Mary K RIdner aged 68 were married last week this being the sec ond venture for both SAVED A SOLDIERS LIFE Facing death from shot and shell In Civil War was more agreeable to rncIIsumption I contracted a stubbtrn cold he writes that developed a cough that stuck to me In spite of nil remedies for years My weight ran down to 130 pounds then 1 began to usa Dr Kings New Discovery which completely cured mo I now weigh 178 pounds For Coughs Colds LA Grippe Asthma Hemorrhage Hoarse net Cmnp Hooping Cough and lung trouble Its supreme 50 cents and 1 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Penny Drug Store WILL MONKS BEARS A CHARMED BEE NEGRO SHOOTS AT HIM FOUR TIMES WITHOUT EFFECT AT CRAB ORCHARD Will Monks of Crab Orchard on Wednesday furnished the 11000 bond required of him at the last term of the Lincoln Circuit Court for his ap penrnnco to face tho chargo of shoot ing at Poke Barnes nt Crab Or chard last Christmas John Holmes accompanied by Mrs Monks came hero and made the necessary bond and Mr Monks who has been hero In tho custody of Special Officer Jas Meeks for several days returned home with them and his attorney W B Hansford Mr Monks has been III with a heavy cold and Is almost threatened with pneumonia His friends say however that pneumonia would nev er fcvzo him for he appears to bear a charmed life A few days ago while driving through Crab Orchard a negro who had beef working lot him by tho name of JlnvBrlght fired four shots at Mr Monks with an automatic pistol at a distance of less than n dozen feet It Is said and not ono of the bullets touched him Mr Monks Is said to have lashed the negro with a buggy whip when the Tatter drew his pistol and began firing The negro n4 big trial be fore Police Judge Joe Magee and was lipid In f500 bond to await the nctlon of the grand Jury His bond was furnished by R E Thompson Attorney Mort Rothwell of Lancaster appeared In Drlghts tWants Whipping Post JUDGE MENEFEE SAYS ONE IS BADLY NEEDED HERE Police Judge John N Menefeo Is a firm believer In the efficacy of the whipping post Ho said In court this week that It It were in his power he would certainly prescribe It for Jim Tall of color who was before the court charged with beating up n colored woman The Judge declared that fines or Jail sentences did little good for most of the worthless negroes who come before him but that what Is very badly needed is some of tho old fashioned strop medicine and he deeply regretted that Stanford has not a whipping post He plans to read up closely on the law on the sub sect however to see If there Is not some provision that can be made toI cover the point affected INSURANCE THAT INSURES It Is with pleasure that we recom mend Jesse D Wearen the Insurance Man Stanford Ky and the compan lea represented by him for their prompt attention and liberal settle moat of losses Signed P T B HAMMONDS HOW GOOD NEWS SPREADS I am 70 years old and travel most of the time writes B F Tolson of Elizabethtown Ky Everywhere I go I recommend Electric Bitters be- caUSe I owe my excellent health and vitality to them They effect a cure every time They never fall to tone the stomach regulate the kidneys and bowels stimulate the liver in vlgorate the nerves and purify tau strength vigor and health thats a dally Joy Try them Only 60c Satisfaction is positively guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store THE GRATITUDE OF ELDERLY PEOPLE Ones out to whatever helps give them ease comfort and strength Foleys Kideny Pills cure kidney and bladder diseases promptly upd give comfort and relief to elderly people Shugars and Tanner Membraneous Croup TAKES LITTLE SON OF MR AND MRS ED MURPHY Pleasant Point Sept I Little Charles Murphy the live yearold son of Ed Jluiihy und wife died Monday night nt membranouiu croup The funeral services core Hid at the Baptist chumh Widnes tay morning where n large crowd or friends nud lolattvws followed tho re- In us to the grave Our licnrts KC slut to the bexcavpd parents and lit tie sister in their hour of grief Tho revival at tho Baptist church continues with interest Rev Living ston tilled his appointment at the Christian church Sundays Mrs M U Wall Is InUitppsTd JJrs C Brown Is utle to bo out again aft or an attack of pneumonia Miss Luu ra Prlvett is ill E Harmon bought or Lloyd Padgett two calves George Leach sold to Lutes Son a cow for S29 4arraor Hoguu also sold to the latter tin calves at 3 to 3 l2c Hulan Carrier bought of Alex Miller a nice heifer for 110SO T M Alford is making some nice improvements on his residence Louis Singleton and wife vill leave soon for Oklahoma where they will make Uuxbr future home Mrs A C Grlfllln has returned to her homo In West lrglnla after a two months stay wjth friends and relatives hero Mr and Mrs D A Singleton were visiting at Highland Sunday James McCarty wife and son are with rela tires here Mr and Mrs W T Flana gan after a trip to Niagara Falls Detroit and other northern points of In terest are now with the tatters pa rents here Mrs Smith Faulkaer has just returned from a visit uSjjtDan vile relatives A G Duulap W G Rcaten niid 900 Ira spent Sunday In Lexington James Dyo and Elias Hr min made a flying trip to Cincinnati They were the guests of L Rust while there Miss Grace Jeffries was visiting Miss Maud Brown Walter Cannon and wife went to the camp meeting at Jumbo Sunday Rev W S ODare la holding a series ot meet Ings at Juliet Tenn U W Ellison is erecting a hand souse residence on the Somerset pike near the G A R grounds Strong Sulphur Well STRUCK BY NOEL BISHOP ON LOT AT MORELAND A well ot water which promises to rival the celebrated waters of Elixir Springs Just over the Casey line has been struck at Moreland by Noel isishop Tte well was struck on his lot right near the heart of the city and the flow ofr sulphurous liquid was so strong that samples of It were Im mediately sent away to be analyzed The chemist to whom the samples were sent demanded the extortionate figure of GO for making the analysis so that somp bottles of the water will probably be sent elsewhere to a man more reasonable In his demands Those who have tasted of the water say tha lt Las aU the taiteof the yvElixirseeming to indicate that It Is charged more heavily with those healthgiv ing qualities which have made the other spring famous Buys Her Shoes Here DANVILLE WOMAN READS I J ADSIT PAYS The effectiveness of Interior Jour nal advertising has again been clear ly demonstrated recently Mr W P KlncalS sold his pony after one Inser tion ot an rlvmtsiiment In the farm column and had Inquiries before the paper had been olf the press halt an hourLast week Postmaster Florence rented a cottage In Darsttowh after one Insertion of an advertisement and had other Inquiries One of the best things heard of lately was the case ot a prominent woman of Danville who comes to Stanford to buy her shoes She takes the Interior Journal ofcourse and watches for the shoe ads She says that she knows tnat she can always get better bargains and coo nearer getting Just what she wants In Stan ford than In Danville so drives over here to buy her footwear The old town Is certainly gong some so everybody get busy and bbwt DR JONES INVENTS 11 A GREAT MACHINEC itijFORMER STANFORD CITIZEN ABOUT TO MAKE FORTUNE IN CINCINNATI i After having laid the nucleus of awfortune by his soap advertising invention r Dr R A Jones formerly ot f4 thiScity bids fair to add to It ato rapid rate through a recent Invention he has Just patented This is a machine which will cut Into fakes of a desired size the yeast which Is made by the great Flelschmann ManufaG turing Company of that city Tho machine also wraps tho cakes neatly In tinfoil Dr Jones worked upon this ma chine at the Instance of the Flelsch manna themselves who told hIm there was nothing In reason bemI ask for such a machine as would the work satisfactorily that jghtIwere not willing to pay has so far built and Installed two they had been compelled to have dono by hand and the expense to f1aLoutof a great many hands and will effectia great saving In time and money Ho tile work satisfactorily Hitherto ten machines of this pattern In the big 1 yeast plant and they are giving per t tlhAular exdentist now inventor and cap italist will reJoice to know that foe ttune continues to smile upon him t Stays In Jaitop DICK LEE UNABLE TO FURNisH 500 BOND Dick Lee the negro who severely cut the white men Akers and Net kirk at Moreland last week was tried before County Judge Ballet here and held to await the action ot I the grand jury on his case His bond iaiMi ficlently recovered from their injuJ lea to be able to appear against him Attorney T J Hill had been retain ed to defend Lee r i r Teachers Meeting WAYNESBURG DIVISION HOLDS SESSION AT KINGS MOUNTAIN U The Teachers Association of tho Waynesburg division was held at Kings Mountain Saturday August 27th The following program was givenIiMr Cyrus Johnson Welcome Address O W Quails Tho Ideal TeacherMr Herbert Reynolds 4i Should the Teacher be Educated for Vocation culture or bbthCrus Johnson low to Beautify Your School House and Grounds Frances Hatfteld How to use Mother Goose Melodies Fables and Stories In the grin ydgrades Zora BaaghrThe value of Industrial training In I the public school Character building and the educational valuo of were discussed Mr Cyrus Johnsoniand Mr D W Quails taking princl pal parts In the discussion Other teachers present were Misses Maud Drown Fannie Young Effle Young and Messrs A H Song Victor OlTr bland Walter Singleton and DennIe leech n The ladles of Kings Mountain served a good dinner which was muck appreciated by all present PLAYING SOME BALL il The Liberty base ball team Is male Ing quite a reputation for Itself It defeated Hustonvlllo there during the fair by score of 10 to 1 and then beat Moreland last Saturday by 8 to li LIberty has developed a sentwttouar young pitcher by the name of Wool ruin who seems to be setUr woods on tire Reports from there are to the effect that he struck out 22 men In the game with Hustonvllle Thl Is certainly going some and If the youngster can keep up this kind ot work he is goinghigher J Complete Dispersal Sale III Of The t FinestHerdof Mules AndJI i Brood Mares In Cen H tral Kentucky t 130 MULES AND BROOD MARES 130 Having Sold My Home Farm And Deciding to Change My Business I Will Sell Publicly On WEDNESDAY SEPT 7th 10 Beginning at 9 oclock a m Sharp at my Home Farm onehalf mile South of the Railroad Station on Somerset street Stanford Ky the following property towit ONE JACK NAMED SAMSONSix Years Old sired by Bill Goebel he by the great Joe Blackburn that sold for 1825 Samson is the CHAMPION MULE JACK OF KENTUCKY his colts having won more premiums at the Kentucky State Fair the Blue Grass Fair and several Central Kentucky Fairs n08 and 00 than any other jacks colts as Well as at the Lancaster Danville Harrodsburg Lexington Lawrenceburgand PerryvlUe Fairs this year the only fairs at whichthey have been shown to date ThlsJack Will be Sold at 1 oclock SHARP 70 ii ti rlEi S y 7OTwenty Colts half of them Mares16 Yearlings half of them Mares 20 two year olds halfof them Mares Nearly all broken to work including Six Pairs Well Mated Fourteen Mules from 3 to 8 years old including one pair Premium Horse Mules that weigh 3000 lbsr Twenty of the above are show mules I Have Won 175 Premiums in 08 00 and 10 to date which is more than any other brt der or dealer in this State can say All the mules 1 won the premiums oh except three I sold last fall are in this Sale 60 BROODMARES Bred to Jacks Forty to My Great Yule Jack Samson 6Q 32 YEAR OLDS 12 DRAFT STOCK WEIGHT ABOUT 1100 LBS 6 4YEAROLDS 12 DRAFT STOCK WEIGHT FROM 1100 to 1200 LOS 20 5YEAROLDS 14 to 12 DRAFT STOCK WEIGHT FROM 1100 TO 1400 LBS 10 6YEAROLDS 14 to 12 DRAFT STOCK WEIGHT FROM 1100 to 1500 LBS 117 1YEAROLDS 14 to 12 Draft STOCK = WEIGHT FROM 1100 to 1COO LBS 10 SMOOTH MOUTHED 14 to 12 DRAFT STOCK WEIGHT FROM 110 to 1600 LBS MOST OF THESE MARES ARE WELL BROKEN TO WORK ANYWHERE AND ABOUT ONEHALF HAVE COLTS THIS YEAR THAT WILL BESOLD AT THIS SALE AND THE OTHERS WERE BOUGHT IN THE SPRING IN INDIANA ILLINOIS AND MISSOURI DONT YOU NEED A FEW BROOD MARES THERE IS NO STOCK ON THE FARM THAT WILL PAY BETTER THAN A FEW GOOD MARES THAT WILL RAISE 85 TO 125 MULE COLTS THATS WHAT THEY ARE BRINGING IN KENTUCKY TODAY AND THERE HAS NEVER BEEN SUCH A DEMAND THE BEST COLTS ARE OUT OF MARES WITH FROM 14 TO 12 DRAFT BLOOD THEY HAVE BETTER BONE AND WEIGHT AND 90 PER CENT OF THE SHOW MULES ARE OUT OF SUCH MARES SIX CHOICE SHETLAND PONIES A FEW FARMING IMPLEMENTS HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNI UR INCLUDING SOMEjHANDSOME ANTIQUE FURNITURE THIS WILL BE AN ABSOLUTE CLOSING OUT SALE OF MY MULES BROODMARES ETC t I WILL HAVE CONVEYANCES MEET ALL TRAINS ON SALE DAY DINNER WILL BE SERVED AT THE HOUSE TO ALL TERMS All sumi of 10 and under cash In hand over 910 a credit of month with 6 per cent Interest from date cfaajc purcnier fiy J x Ing a bankable note 0 J i AUCTIONEERSI M DUNN and T D ENGLISH t i rt 0 0 H Baughman I r Stanford Ky Hon W1HShanks will have hie big closing out sale of mules mare etc at Stanford Sept e 0 i 1 J to BIG SALE 0 X r I will offer for sale at auction at my farm betweeni the Crab Orchard and Somerset turnpikes one mile from Rowland and tw miles from Stanford on Tuesday September 6 1910 7J Head of Mules Horses Jacks i JennetsyI 1 Mature Jack good breeder 2 Yearling Jacks good size and well marked and well bred 10 Jennets of good breeding and in foal to good jacks 1 Suckling horse colt out of a Pence mare and by The Warfield r 1 Suckling horse colt out ofGolddust mare and by Ashland Brook 1 Short yearling horse colt out of draft mare by a son of Pence 1 Yearling horse colt out trottingbred mare by Beau Naboth 1 Yearling horse colt out of trottingbred mare by George Hur 1 Yearling horse colt out of draft mare by thoroughbred stallion 1 Yearling filly out of draft mare by a 3nofGambetta Wilkes 1 Yearling filly out of Preston mare by Beau Naboth 1 Yearling filly out ofDorsey Golddust mare by Ashland Brook 1 Yearling filly out of thoroughbred mare by Chester Peavine 1 Yearling filly out of Marion Squirrel mare by Chester Peavine 1 twoyearold trotting bred mare by Beau Naboth LESccV fi W 1 Suckling mare mule colt s 8 Yearling mules v 38 twoyearold mules= 5 threeyearold mules 1 fouryearold mule- cAJwII11F 0 c 1 c If pSt soldbefore I will also offer 40 good llqOpo r d feeders 20 good 900pound feeders and 20 head other cattle different weight I HOGS lOfiae brood sews bred to farrow the last of September TERMS10 and under cash in 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 W H SHANKS Stanford K JH Baughman will have hi9 closing out sale of o6dntrC8I ewles Er Nednesda Iep 7 0 XliV J L TIlE INTERIOR JOURNAL Established 1872 JKVBHY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY At 1 Per Year In Advance SAUFLEY Publisher jHELTON at the Post Office at Stan Second Class mall President Tarts much talked of letter to W B McKInley chairman of the Republican congressional committee has been made public by the New e York headquarters of the commite- The President said that all differences to the party should be forgotten In the Tall elections Ho advised that all branches of the party abide the situation with respect to the tariff until evidence now being accumulated fchall justify changes In the rates He dis cussed his pet plan for the revision of the tariff by Congress of Individual schedules after Investigation by the tariff commission Read the record of Senator T H 1aynter In other columns of this Issue j He has done splendidly in his first term In the upper house of the national congress and deserves a endorsement The Census ofllce has Issued a bul letin showing the population of Great cr New York to be 4766883 which makes it the second largest city in the world BIG FIRE AT SOMERSET Firo destroyed the shoo store of O T tJrinstead in the Newtonian Hotel building at Somerset on Wednesday night When the fire was discover ed the guests in the hotel were greatly alarmed and ran out in their night clothes but no one was injured The loss to Grlnstcad will beHOOO with Jf000 Insurance t Rips Jacob Wilmert Lincoln III found her way back to perfect health She writes I suffered with kidney trouble and backache and my appetite was very poor at times A few weeks ago I got Foleyb Kidney Pills and gave them a fair trial They gave me great relief so continued until now and I am again in perfect health Shugars nod Tanner ten worms This wonder salt is easyto feed and costs but little It the animals stomachs and condition so that every of is di ested and as d SaI Vet It U I1J II B Fell C U Clemskad Ohio DOING THEIR Scores of Stanford ing the Duties of the To filter the blood Is the kidneys duty When they Tall to do this the kl neys aro and many kidney Ills fol lowUrinary trouble diabetes Doans Kidney PUs Cure them all Stanford people endorse our claim Sirs Nancy A Logan Past Main St Stanford Ky says I scarcely know how to expros my to Dons Kidney Pills for the benefit they brought me When 1 began to 0 condition My back seemed to have given out entirely and at times pained me terribly 1 often became so weak and lame that I was almost 1 was also anoycd by u frequent desire to void the kidney secretion and jut passages were accompanied by an Intense burning sensation Learning of Doans Kidney Pills I procured a supply at Shugars and Tanners Drug Store and In view the results I received I can give the but restored my kidneys to a normal condition For sale by all dealuers Price 60 Foster Mllburn Cl Buffalo New d the name Doane take no other STILL IN THAT WHITLEYCHURCH ing from Henry Martin clerk of the church refusing to cash a check for Goldman Troxell Martin was shot through the back and killed Rock Creek church is gaining notoriety as a place for fatal encoun ters It was here a month ago that the Rev Isaac Vanover and the Rev Isaac Henry fought a duel to the death with knives in the pulpit Vanover be- Ing killed Troxell and Martin bad never had trouble before Cannot Be Cured- by local application u they snot reach the drwed portion ot Ux car There U only one war to rite deatneat and that U by eonitltutlonal renxdk DeatncM to cauxd by an manned condition 01 the mueou lining of the Euitachlan Tube When thU tube to Inflamed you have a tumbling aound or Im perfect being and aheo It to entirely closed Deal flee r tile result and uflier the Ins aim tbn tall be taken out and thia tube restored to lu condi two heartnc will be drttroyed fomret our easy out of tin artcauwd by catarrh which to nothlnc but an inHamed condition of the mucous turtan- W will give uses tlundml Dollar tale ot Darner toured by catarrh that anootbe cured by malls catanb Cure send for circulars tree F i CUENEY k CO Toledo 0sow by Dmtnu He Take liallrfamily par tor coeitlpatxin I w Have This Season i C j The Drill i y With All the Latest Improvements dIUFARMERSRead This if You Have Sheep f8 Repaysjo Hogstr 9 iYET working medicated intestines panicle food workquicklyandpositivelyE eaanfaete J e- Pehce Bros DUTYJ Kluneyv sick- Dackacho gratitude miserable prostrated KldnelPilip UnitenRemember FIGHTING Baptist Deafness normal Hoosier 11IIMerTbatawbere prollw are to slues fjrolllll reerrooiwormw5ALth1 will potidrelr dean out the worms not only la roar aheeD bet In errr other 00 oar plare Tbl wonder work logrrmedywtlldeetroy and expel even Utwormlnrloc tr todlKMt aDd iMlmUite etery OODce of food It tua Bal Vt U a wonderful toclc and con i diuonor Itcwti bat lUol ceat ads per bead to teed jaiVt lell1DDfaetared b1he n JI Fen JoDlPao aerelaadtJ I ial YuM fs aoMv I Stanford Kentucky fFlllnllWIffSltlilis My new fall and winter samples arc now ready for your inspection They Idcan suit any one as to price who has his clothes made to order A suit made to your measure is preferable to ready made clothes TJhave them made to measure doesnt cost any moro than ready made when quality and fit is considered Come In and let mo take your measure H O Rupley the Practical Tallor5 In Memory DAN SMITH WHO WAS KILL IOF AT HOOD RIVER OREGON In loving rememberance of our cou sin Dan Smith whO was killed in Hood River Oregon Aug 6th 1110 He was a son ot D D Smith of the McKlnney section age 32 sad lived In McKlnney section until about sev hoodmrHher was marriage to Miss Lucy Gooch Juno 17 1896 To them were born tour children hlr somecthree years ago 11 was n hlgly re spected Christian hearted young man 1OUII liked by all who knew him has gone from his dear children and his wife for whom he willingly oilIthy ways to take from us this loved one in the best ot his days You are gone oh loved ono gone beyond this veil ot tears but In memory you will linger with us through the pass hag years Dut oh our home is so sad and silent for your voice we hear uo more But we know father you and mother will greet us when we all meet on that bright golden shore From his cousins Stella and Hannah 1 Moreland Mr MaUilas Drlsler and wife wish to thank all who assisted them In any way during the sickness of their little girl Flora who died of typhoid fever a few weeks ago Mr Luclen Wells and family and Mrs Lena Moris aud daughter hiss Ruth Turner of Kvnnsvllle and Mesffra Chas and Lloyd Welts of Cincinnati Ohio and Mrs Bottle nectar of Dunnville were present at the Wells reunion last week Prof and Mrs EL Grubbs and three children spen Saturday nndI Sunday in Liberty the guests of Mr and Mrs Fleece Ewing The for mer is miller for Herren Cundlff Messrs James Hanson Karl Tim berlake and John Best attended the Liberty fair Thursday Mr William McGlrr and Miss Mag gie Fox and Mr D B Fox Jr andI Miss Elizabeth Fox and Miss Beulah XfcCarley attended thu Liberty fair ThursdayMiss rUe Morgan and Mr Oscar Minks had a delightful visit Sunday with Miss Lucqy A Minor at Danville Miss Ellen Hughes Miss Myrtle Morgan and their friends will spend Sunday at the Jumbo camp meeting Mrs Ada Flshback and two daugh ters Virginia and Ada King of Livingston are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs D B King end other rein tives here Died at her home Aug 28 Mrs Sam Case She left a husband and several children to mourn her loss Mr Bertram Shewmaker wife and daughters are visiting friends here arrlo Huston has just recovered from an attack of typhoid fever Several members of Mr William Merrihotis family are ill of typhoid feverLittle William Noel son of Mr atd Mrs Clydo Noel has recovered from nn attack of measles Mr Emmona McClure and sister Miss Mabel McClure of Moreland tiro visiting their grandparents Mr and Mrs M Q McClure of Mmton vllleThe ball gamo between Moreland and McKinney resulted in 15 to 13 in favor of McKinney but our team was at some disadvantage on account of the absence of our pitcher Mr Har ris Rakestraw r The Woodmen of Moreland attend ed tho Somerset falr in q body If A few more days and you will be looking for that new Fallsuit and we just want to remind you that we are ready for you with a beautiful lot to select from Ofcourse 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 H Jo McRoberts Skin And Scalp Troubles Yield to Zemo A CLEAN LIQUID PREPARATION FOR EXTERNAL USE Pennys drug store is so confident that ZKMO will rid the skin or scalp of infant or grown person of pim pIes blockheads dandruff eczema prickly heat rashes hives ivy poison or any other form of skin or scalp eruption that they will give your money back If you are not eu tirely satisfied with the results obtained from ZEMO The first application will Five prompt relief and show an improve ment and in every instance where used persistently will destroy the germ life leaving the skin in a clean healthy condition Let us show you proof of some re markablo cures made by ZEMO and glvo you a 32 page booklet how to preserve the skin Pennys Drug Store youCAN BUY Your coal cheaper right now than any time in the year Let in fill 731 bins with our FOX RIDGE COAL at 13 cts per bushel Clean CoalNo Slack Phone 11 J Baughman Co If you have anything to cell in the STOCK of LINE Take to Nunnelleys New Stock Yards He buysand sel s every day in the year except Sunday Bring on your tock Best market in the State with plenty of LexingtonS1ANFORDKY mmm Phosphates m Grape Juice 1I mAnda Large List of Genuine m Thirst Quenchers At m mMEBBBBBfl t JLBeazleyCo N Undertaker and Embalm ets Also Dealers in Fur Theywillall Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY Harry JacobsDealer In and Manufacturer of Marble and Granite Monuments Marken find Posts Cemetery and Law MoKlnneyOHIO VALLEY EXPOSITION Aug 29Sept 24 1910 A magnificent parade will take 3 hour to puss a given point will mark the opening of the Ohio Valley Exposition Aug 29th 1910 Special low rates to Cincinnati 0 via tho Q do C route have been placed In effect Ask Ucket ageot for particu lace W A Eeckler General ItMen ger Agent Clacliawtl O c W A TRIBLEFur- niture and lDayNight Phone 133 Stanford KenturHy t CONCRETING We are In ositiontodoallkinds of Pavementsandserveyoupricesbefore PHILLIPS BROS Stanford Kyi When Hungry OOTO Canons Restaurant Lancaster Street Meals served at ellhours up to 1130 x Bet placeTu wn for a goodqulck meal 1 Cooking ytNplencUdGroceries Het HetOeffMBandwlcbM Pies Butter milkrABel tineSp PNVPrsp h lrJ jJ 5 6 J IFRlDAYf SEPTEMBER 2 1910 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL PAGE FIVE c ti IJ i 111 I Buying Goods Our buyer Is in the market this week looking for and buying the i very best themarket affords By the 15th of Ssptembsr wa will have an excellent assortment of the lines we carry Dry GDbods S QesSklrls Suits Cloaks Underwear Blankets Etc J 1 1 1 MS Jh 1If t v V r rrhereiB a now lino of 25c box pa I rare special values at 1cnnya Drub 4 1 ftori I y Ir PERSONALS 1 Mr J E Bruce is sojourning nt t Elixir Springs 1it r MC8 Annie Engleman has been IIII I Iwth acute Indigestion Mlts Lucinda Lutes left this morn ing for Illcbmond to bo with friends Miss tar Hlftfn U visiting Mn 1 Watson at ML Vernon u Mr and JUra W C Craig and Mm V Ulckley of Virginia were guests i Thursday of Mrs and Mrs Jas WH llama Col Josh Swopo the popular Cir Clerk has returned from his vn spent at Elixir Springy Mlts Bertha Veach and Mlis Bes t r ale Alford of Loulavllle arp the guests of Miss Molllo Daushtery Use May Waters of UoBTlllerls a few days with Miss Mary Jaoe Tammo f f Mrs W IL McKinney and Miss Nancy Katherine aro at the nr ram f cd Elixir Springs this week rMIss Virginia Uonrun of this lty accepted a nice position ganlat of the Uapttat Ohursh nt lIunt1 t 5lngton Wed Virginia and It 1s prot- In1J11I that she will bo there torman cntly this winter Misses Julia and Margaret Zanone I fof liancaater are tho attractlvo vial ton of Miss Lena Traylor Mesdames Uettlo McKinney W D McKinney J T Erabry and Misses AiTnlo McKlnney Nancy Katherine Me Kinney Mary Druco and Sotlo Alcorn f are spending tbo week at Elixir XS jfjRF1 RVfc B F Young wife and baby of Harlan are tho guests of Mr CAL Young lids father and family at Highland Rev Young will attend Conference at Palntsvlllo next r Mrs Luther Ulubn and Miss Jnry Walker of Paint Lick spent Krftlay Mrs J C Hays 4 tUb a hundred friends of Miss Jcwfll Soonamorc of the Hadble v ittCUtm ttormod her last Veinsy oJ day nlisbt and n delightful evening Prof J W Ireland held the teach I rs Institute at Maysvlllo this week Mr II C Wray Is attending tho Somerset fair this week Mrs Knto I Duhsr left Wednesday for PlttBburs It ti resina her wtrk In the State Si iil for tho blind Mr and Mrs Will Severanco and Mrs Catherine McClary spent Mon day In Cincinnati Mlis Sara West of Harrodeburg who has been the guest ot Mrs Alice Lytle has returned home Miss Alice Singleton ot Waynes burr Is tho guest of her brother SUIt Garland Singleton and family Miss Mamie Singleton has Just re turned home from a visit to her aunt Alfred Farmer Is assisting Lee RupleY In Sam Hobtnsons during the Illness of the popular proprietor Mini Claudia Carter who has been uttering with typhoid lever for some weeks had a relapse and her cot ditloti is very serious Mils Ella May Saunders Is in Frank fort visiting Mr and Mrs Joe Cof fey Mr L W Joodo of Chicago was tho guest ot his sister Mrs lJ D Carter for a few days Miss Berta Jean Penny has return de from a visit to Mr James Saufley in Oraynvllle Tcnn Miss Mary Durch accompanied her brother Mr Sam Burch to his homo In Tuscaloosa Ala and will bo his guest for a few days After whlcn oho goes to Staunton Va to teach Mr T B Bright and Mrs Maltle L McGoodwin of Danville were mar rled at the Gibson House In Cincin anti last Saturday Monte Fox and Miss Laura Lyne ot Henderson slop tcr of the bride woro the only at tendanta Mri James H Baughman has returned she at from Louisville where tended tho funeral ot her grandmoth er Mrs Eva E Hopper who passed away there Thursday aged 68 years She was the widow of tho lato Rev Robert Hopper and was a native ol Danville the daughter ot William Duncan When 17 years old she was married to William Tlnsloy Logan rather of Hume Logan ana Mrs Uambman0 mother the late Mrs Ed Carter 1 J Ga4 Ky I worn all my life but never had a real until Ir Mr your I i same as last let me and I will you 350 And if you do not my in can you get for me Jio l4 Ga the let and it what our I of our A r a tOmILtt u You Go Out Of Feeling that we value your patronage be it large or small suchlayou have spent your money to better advantage seetheMss Byba Rivers of HedgcvJIlc will go to Franklin mud this week to volt relatives Mrs Jenno Ely who has been vis iting Mrs Marvin H Adams In Dim vllle has gone to Eubanks where she will spend a few days with relatives before going to Knoxville for a visit Short local News ward For Sale300 of torso on A new supply of table ware at the Country Store Lost a tgold frame glasses A nice line wagonandbuggy whips at the Country Store 1 A new Rupplw of dollar watches at the Country S For gaol Main street known as the Pennlngton place Apply to T W Pennlngton LFI want 1600 nice tomatoes by Tues day SeptG 4TWIII pay highest market price Oeo H Farris Stanford For cottage on Darst Street See J O Florehco at Post office 52 r Lost Black boar shoat weight 75 pounds nip oft loft ear Please return to Stove Rice For UentA or Main und Liberty streets Hustonvllli Is in first class shape Apply to J J Allen Hustonvllle 638 Bread Is the staff m lifo therefore have It good by using BALLARDS OBELISK FLOUR Every sack guaranteed T D NEWLAND EXCLUSIVE AGENT Wanted Magaslno requires the services ot a represento the in Stanford to look after subncrlp tlou rcnewels and to extend circula tlon by special methods which have proved unusually successful Salary and commission Previous experi once desirable but not essential Whole tlmo or spare time Address with references II C Campbell Coo inopfllltnn Mn itnp 1789 Broadway Now York City 532 Complete line of druggets rugs and lenolluras W A Trlbble LostBox of Irish crochet left on L N Eastbound train last wcok Reward for return to Mrs W II Wearen Constipation and indigestion are twins They kill people inch by inch sap life away every day Holllstcrs Rocky Mountain Tea removes the cause drives the disease away 36c Tea or Tablets Shugars and Tanner Attention My store will be open for the next three weeks and fvTfl have for sale retail or wholesale the remainder of my stock ot hardware Mr Alger Weddlu who is ono of Morclands best ball players is at tending tho Somerset fair LostPlain lbracelet Reward for return to this office A new stock of grain drills on hand New Peoria and New Superior See them before buying W H Higgins The tax booksfor 1910 are now ready Settle now and avoid the rush and confusion of waiting until the hut day W L McCarty Sheriff Lost Card and pass case contain ing several penna U R annual past ts for myself and wife besides visit Ing cards and many other papers Finder kindly hand same to J N Menefce Stanford or forward to Wililarnfiport Pa Reward L E Carpenter 632 The Minks House at Moreland is rapidly forging to tho front and so heavy Is the trade becoming that frequently two pages of the register are tilled in a day Col Abe Mlnka Is proving a very popular host Ho has painted unduproved his house from top to bottom and Is doing a big bust ness Her parents beret Mr and Mrs J N Menefee have just received news ot the narrow escape which Mrs GSorge h Maury together with her young baby daughter Eleanor had In the Robin Wood Hospital ai Plttsburg Pa where the little one was born last week Mrs Maury was still confined to her bed when the wing ot tho hospital In which she wa domiciled caught fire She and oth er patients wero quickly moved from the danger zone and suffered nc harm or inconvenience lion W H Shanks is having the foundation laid on bis lot on Logan avenue for a handsome twostory rest doiicc which will bo erected by Con tractor J R Powell Mr Shanks proposes to build one of the most con veulent and comfortable homes in tho city It will be a twostory frame heated by furnace with electric lights and all other modern conveniences Tho plans were drawn by the Combs Lumber Company of Lexington said to be the largest firm of home design ors in the state j FARMERS THINK OF THIS I All grain dopoeited tho wimo depth This Juo travels the 4- fI same depth ns the disc No looso dirt can fall into the fur i row until after the seed is pepositcd No seed ever comes in I b contact with the disc Como in and look at it W H I11 rr J ri r H aw s r I A 1 Ours has been for 20 years Stores have come and gone but this tore remains We believe the policy ofthis store is the realjcause D of iOurservices to the people this will be our policy When this policy fills we fail riZ SEVERANCE SON Stanford Kentucky III 17luet repegidLCR 1has the- ttttl4Jlhodllt lie HINT TO THE WISE Atlanta 821 1910 Cummins Weareh Stanford Gents JESC Thave shoes pair bought FellowCraft Special Ifyou have another pair know send money order HlpT have size stock them lionce Yours truly RAP Atlanta feivWe have just received above lifter shows customers think 350 SPECIAL SHOE Cummins Wearen STANFORD KENTUCKY Here taleCpikeReturn Mountaln Itoturn bangs RentFouroom storeroom Cortmcjpoliian HIGGINSSta- nford Kentucky Healthy Growing Business Col Dan McCollum has just completed extensive repairs and improve ments to the famous McCollum House at Junction City He has had a new coat put on from top to bottom new papering and other work done and this popular hostelry is as neat and new as n pin It Is doing a splendid business and becoming more popular than ever with the traveling public Clarence E Tic Is having some extensive repairs and improvements made to his home on Main street Ho Js having hardwood floors laid thro out and other work dono which will add much to the attractiveness of the urctt hqme Joe Chcnault hshadforce of men at work cleaning up tho school buildings to be ready for the opening I of school on Monday SAFE MEDICINE FOR CHILDREN Foleys Honey and Tar la safe und effective medicine for children for children as it does not contain opiates or harmful drugs Get only the gen uinE Foleys Honey and Tar in the yellow package Shugars and Tanner Read the ad of the KadelKritch field show Which comes here next week Thlifjs said to be one of the best attractions of the Jdnd jon the road and has given satisfaction every where it has shown in the state ti 14chronicKidney Remedy will aid you to get rid of It quickly and restore your natural health and vigor One bottle of Foleys Kidney Remedy made me well said J Sibbull of Grand View Wig Commence taking it now Shu fgars and Tanner Not a Drop of AlcoholW- hat l is a tonic A medicine that increases the strength or tone of the whole system What is an alterative A medicine that alters or changes unhealthy action to healthy action Name the best tonic and alterative Ayers Sarsaparilla the only Sarsaparilla entirely free from alcohol Ask your own doctor all about it Never take a medicine doctors cannot endorse CAyer Co Lowell MaJs WiUIout dally action of lhe bowels poisonousproductsmust be absorbed Then you have rure blood blUotHnus headache e Ask your doctor Ayer Pills for constipation ECLIPSE SHOES FOR MEifit11J 350 And 400 J We are now receiving our NEW FALL STYLES JT T T WE PERKINS ll- I CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY l r- rrI vr s a a I e- wt LR Hughes T W Humble W 0 Marti- nI NEW PALL INGHAM J We havejustreceived very beautiful line of New Fall Ginghams Band t immingI4 and colored matclt Also afull line ofblue grass Madras in all colors Cal3and see them before you buyHUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes L STANFORD o KENTUCKYI y- l i i W jA IJt II T r J SIXTHIINTERIOR JOURNAL FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 2 1910 FADE 110I WJ COMING Iadel Hritchfleld Pavilion Shows Coming Stanford one solid week starting SEPT 5th At Opera House Presenting the best singers dancers and comedians that time money and experience can put together this show presents one feature that nt other shown America ifCan present t H A clean moral and interesting exhibition that is different from any tent show seen in this part of the country l w The largest best and finest equippedshow ofits kind in America vOur house seats 1000 people and is lighted by electricity Entire change of program each night a world of surprise special scenery elegant wardrobe and electric effects Admission For This Date Only Adults 15 cents Children 10 cents Doors open at 730 curtain at 815 Appalachian Exposition vGreatstt Ever Held In The = TennIAt Knoxville SEPTEMBER 12 TO OCTOBER 12 MiVcnlflcent and mammoth bund r44iJJire to ego and amyse than over offered at a Southern exposition titrooo In purses for running and trotting races f10000 In aerial exploitation by ma chutes of Wright Brothers Stroebel sand either aeranauts See the air Ships 25WO In matchless fire works grand fettle of the clouds and Pains Fall aft ibsmpeil jLMulhalls famous wild west and 2 40rhr shows of note r iir fliest bands In all America SfcDWlSSION TO GROUNDS 50 CENTS JNDAY AFTER 6 P M 25 CENTS Wemember Thus Special Dates failve stock and races Sept 3il IGht horse ahowSept 13 11 13 fBench ShowSopt 22 23 24 Pigeon and pet stock show Sept 27 Oct 1 tPoultr showOct G12- XVrIght Brothers airship days Sept 2229 cStroebloa drlglblo baloon Every daySept 12 Oct 12 iPalns lire works every evening oFSept 12 Oct 12 Wattle of the clouds Sept 1924 iFallof Porapefi Sept 266cti Special rates every day and re txaarkably low railroad rates to Knox vjlio and return on Tuesday and TJ1J1rsdayastollows tanford 360 3lrelarid 1370 Junction Cityn 370 See This Great Exposition N J OLIVER President cUT FLOWERS FOR SALE Lan furnish the public with the 1I18ta rell as the freshest 01 cut nowen plant of- ettce dAlwolmakeentspeCtaltp of wreraaths tr es- In cootoabbor1 I have ell dadS of vegetable on at reasonable yptlotY OIIBIBTMAN QBKE ED 11 HAHDUPaouSteaord J A toile lavlgorates bethelg and young For weak Hervoaa fcJL 1 men and women Every bet tie aamraBtecd Gel 1ftTODAY DRHOAGS frPENNYS DRUG STORE A NEW DEPARTMENT Pensioners who Jive In the country as well as rural mall carriers will be Interested In the new order just sent out by th post master general The order authorizes the rural mall car rlers to administer the oaths required of the pensioners and their wltnsses This eliminates their coming to town to make out their voushers The fee ul the rural carrier can not be over twen ty five cents and although this li salalljltere are tome carriers who havd a large number of penulonrs ot heir route and It will mean quite a little sum in the course of a year Many an old soldier will be pleased tc hear this news for IL will save many a long drive to town Now h can deal with his mall carrier at his own gate Public Sale Having decided to sell Diy stallions jacks jennetts etc will offer for sale at public auction Saturday September 3rd 1910 at my place 6 12 miles from Lancas ter and 1 12 miles from Buckeye pike on Poor Ridge pike at the Buck Carter farm the following live stock Ono 7yearold stallion by Dignity Dare a fine acting animal 16 12 hands high 1 three year stallion by Kentucky PeaVlhe also one two yBar old sCajllon bjr Rex Pea lnelseven yeas old Wilkes bredjtalllon 1flve yea r4s1Q JcK 18 13 hands high 1 six year old Jack 15 12 hands high 1 three year old jack 15 12 hands high a couple of good two year old lacks One jennett and jack colt atside l Jennett due to told In September also three jennetts bred to a big 16 12 hands high jack One extra good three year old saddle mare One five jear old mare and colt 18 head of sheepThis stock Is all good and sound subject to be registered Pedigree furnished at sale Will also sell about 315 acres of unimproved land STEPHEN L WALKER For Information Phone 329Y Lam caster Kentucky 4 When You Think the pola whili inlay women ezenwid every month makeethe eatleae4 sod klsdaKrdwaya tisocl ated with Tromtahood see to be almost s miracle While ia general BO woman tebelssgafsHt What she rcr tank u a Batumi neotitr there II nowomia who would aot gladly bo free trout U recurrinj period of pale jjf PINe Parent Pftftrlptlem a4kea weJr women strong i ck revues well and jlre0 then freedom lre It establishes regularity a rfe 1Imotion heals Blceratloa and cures S- erai weakaeas Sick women are invited to consult Dr Pierce by letter Ira All correspondence strictly private and sacredly MedIcalIf you want m book that tells all about womans diseases and how to cure them at home tend 21 onecent stamps to Dr Pierce to pay coot of mail g lIIutrataCommouIn handsome clothbihdiaf 31 stamps See What They Have Done RECORD OF MULES J H BAUGH MAN WILL SELL SEPT 7 Louisville Ky Aug 27 This is to certify that J H Baugh man of Stanford Ky was awarded the largest amount of premiums ot any exhibitor in tho mule department at the Kentucky SUto Fair of 1JOU and that he was also tho largest prize winning exhlhtor In tho wulo depart ment at the 1908 Kentucky State Fair KENTUCKY SAT FAIR J W Newman Socy Lexington Ky Aug 26 1910 To whom It may concern This Is to certify that Mr J JI Bnughman of Stanford Ky has won the largest amount of money won by any exhibitor In the departmet for mules at the lUbe Grass for tuna consecutive years 1908 1U09 1910 As the mule show at the llluo Grass fair Is one of the very best If not the best In the entire world ttls feat on the V rtbe Mr Baughman Is par ticularly remarkable This noUcoiss given with pleasure as a testlmonal of the excellency of his stock Signed Jouett Sliouse Secretary AN AWFUL ERUPTIONr of a volcano excites brief Interest and your Interest in akin eruptions will be ns short If you use Ducklenu Arnica Salve their Quickest cure Even tho worst bolls ulcers or fever sores are soon healed by It nest for burns Cuts Bruises Sore Lips Chap ped hands Chilblains and Piles II gives Instant relict 25 cents at Pen nys Drug Store Some typewriter advantages investigatedwvitahly of the Smith Premier Removable led bureMCMUs Plats RtrmiUe TsWtUc Rack Ball Curitft complete from KiytwarJ 5 lCuHat Dec Drp FacedTyp Bin Pslect Liao Lock UKhrooi R2 boo UailonnTWl BaH Hu- Cbma Ftsad pw- Fi Ti ac- rel 1saa trmge RM ad LA Onus IUI larnS Mupeal Rxh- vgill Gut Dtivm Rboa CoMt L1KdVsn tU adUairttul UM Spoor Pursed Drat CWII LCNtssdteprorod 1tetutensil Steps Escapement Speediest ever devised Complete Straight Line and Charactere Too Much Cussing SO AGED KINGS MOUNTAIN LOG GER CAUGHT A FINE Arch Horton who Is about 70 yra old was tined S2XO and UK riu ruing by Squire Slngleon at Kings Mountain Wednesday on a charge of using abusive and profane language to Mrs Isabella Padgett who is her self well advanced In years The trouble Is said to have arisen over an effort Horton made to Induce Mrs Padgett to allow her young son to work for him In getting out loss Attorney T J 11111 represented Her ton while County Attorney W S hunch prosecuted STUBBORN AS MULES seem to balk without cause Then theres trouble Loss of Appetite Indigestion Nervousness Despondency Headache nut such troubles fly before Dr Kings New Life Pills Tho worlds boat stomach and liver remedy So easy tic at Pennys Drug Store 1- a i OHIO VALLEY EXPOSITION r Cincinnati O Qtieen Crescent Route Round frTp Fares From Jura tlon City Kentucky TICKETS ON SALE DAILY 440 Good returning five days From Date of Sale e I 560 Good Returning until Sept 29tH F G DENNIS Ticket Agent Junction City Ky a a a a a a a a a a jhlsJRICHMOND a KENTUCKY J sh aB J Wilt be Glad to dl Serve any of his t Lincoln County 60 Friends and Ac Yr quaintance rsoyRl1m REPRESENTING PETER BURQHA RD OF LOUISVILLE WILL BtinGLAD TO EXHIBIT DESIGNS OF MONUMENTS AT REASONABLE Ilh es PRICES ALL WORK GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION do Cite Lincoln bounty national Dank Of Stanford Kentucky CAPITAL COOOOOC SURPLUS 000000 1 RESOURCES 31000000 UJHAYS FOSTER CLER- KOIREOTOHi po- W rJobnBkin lcOilbertaH Cummins Preachersvillo LUburn 101 Gooch Gilberts Creek FIRST NATIONAL BANK I STANFORD KENTUCKYoORGANIZED IN 188- 2CAPITAL r4 STOCK 50000 SURPLUS EARNED 22000 HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS 216500 SolitpDcposltOFFICER I S Hocker President- S TlHmis Vice President II C Daughman Cashier W W Saunders Ind Bookkeeper J It Harris Dobkkoeper Write DIRECTORS t F Reid J H nUlbmil t M D Elmore JI t- iIc Baughman J V Cummlas S T no C Walton J S Hxltr v W RURAL TELEPHONES MR FARMER M k6y6ur as modern for your family ua ice t residence and place yourself in a pOtion to get the latest market I at any time This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service I which you and your neighbors can got a sum that Is with j the benefits received or address our nearest ofllco or writs direct toIleadquarten Nashville Tenn for information regarding our special FarImen Lino rate If you are not at present telcphono service wo KentucEYTennellCtIllinois EAST TENNESSEE TEL do TEL CO UIfC10arvaATaDt J A single motion is quicker to make than two Only one motion is needed to make any character desired on the- Y complete sTraightline key orevery character keyboard of the 0 w J light easy runningMoclel I Ofv o tl lot information to I The Smith Premier Typewriter Co Inc Syracuse N Y DcAIKM TawbtCT Pettui Itarris Robinson G C H Murphy homo rl- f Y 1 9 I RegenerationI 4 J Ptfhave an idea that our quest Is i lgqng to be successful this morning iret med Langford eagernesg flushlni I Ibis this lace I HI hope 10 sir answered the other There la somebody on the islandavl Jdently for they have lighted a fire It should be a signal It might be aav kindIWhy should they itt a ship And bow should there me savages on a lonely Island like this 600 miles away from any other land You may depend upon It captain Us some cutaway who wanta belp and why not she Indeed I am sure It must be- Something of the mans confldenc Infected the old sailor He took up the glue from where It lay on the cabin skylight sad going forward stud M the Island Tin one of those volcanic Islands 1 take It he said aa be came back It stems to be covered with tree There Is a lam rising from the midst ef lL The Ire Is oa the top Then should be aa encircling reef round tout it and deep water up to the vary barrier Could you see anything lter i No sir No glass would reveal say t taiac ssere at this dUtaac Try for jrearself Mr Longford He boded the binoculars to the C pMcer but his own scrutiny revealed fUtalBK more than the captain had jeW him How are we going nowr be said looking over the side About eight I should judge sir answered Harper Let us havp lull speed until we get hearer Very good Mr f The captain spoke a ward to the second c1foer who slg haled to the engine room and In a row Moments the motion of the great taeel through the water was pcrcep jtlbly accelerated Have you had your breakfast Mr Lasffferdr asked the captain at last Net yet- Taea If youll allow me sir I think l- m would better get It Wo wont be ittta Uadtag distance of that Island tar aa hour w aa hour aida half Is bet well presently Dave to slow lift I deat Ute to task la full tilt so aer land thresih these unknown waters aa4 yes will do well air to gc blew aad get a bite to atH roar acvHe Is good said Lang ford turalag away aad entering the waNever bad am lees appetite than fee Somehow be oeuld not tell why be fat e rtaU that this which would fee his last atte+apt would not prove rsJUeee tkat his search hitherto un avsJUag would now be rewarded He aet Use to reexamine the chart of Stoee sea It was quite possible hi laoufkt for the woman to have made that particular island before them troy the point at which she had left the talp The more be studied IL the mere sure he became He forced bl- mu to break his tail but in a short Ume he was on deck once more The Island was perceptibly nearer Capt Harper was forward staring through the Iall Running along tke waist Langitord Joined him on the forecastleCan make out anything sai- dhe young man catching the old one the arm Aye was the answer Is she there he asked hoarsely his heart In his mouth There is a figure on the weather side of the fire yonder A figueasked Langford trem Wing so be could scarcely control himself Is it a woman rI hunt tell its too far oft Give me the glass- I make out another figure There are two of them returned Harper slowly lowering the glue and hand log It to Longford Two cried the other rapidly fo cusing the glass disappointment in his tone which ho strove to keep out of hi heart You are right1 he maid at last there are two figures but tis Impossible to make them put He banded the glass back to the captain who In his turn flied it again open the island They are gong down the kill said Harper I pave loot then among the trees We are acklnlwItUTli- e lie ooBtlnuea Mr tloltuoaa aoir speed if yell please Bells Jangled below as Mr Uolta alan rapidly set the indicator and the speed ef the yacht was quickly Checked She still approached the island with auCeieat rapidity however and attar perhaps 16 xeiautes of easy g la Cej Harper ajpaled her to- 7HE BEST OFFER EVER MADE Iitt HOMe and farm pee full year regu lar price 5Q Uncle lamas Home Magazine regu lar price 100 Good Housekeeper full year regu tar pricea 150 Te Evnrig Post dally 3 months 1 25 v The Interior Journal your home paper fulfyear 100 Here you have a value of 525 I All for 200 for a short time only Send or bring your order In at once tc The Interior Journal Stanford Ky This offer Is not good where the Evening Pot has an agent i L r- r r nearer air said the captain It a not more than a halfmile to the shore Shall I call away the launch or will you borowe- dnelauncb t was stowed amidships the gig swung from the davits It would be quicker to take the gig Ill be rowed said Langford And la a moment the voice of the boatswains mate could be heard call ing away the crew All hands were on deck Tho conversation between the captain and the owner had been heard by many and their tenor corn munlcated to all Consequently when the gig manned by six of the beet oarsmen In the ship dropped alongside and Langford descended to the stern sheets and took thd tiller in his hand tho crew spontaneously manned the ringtugIt did not take the men long to coyer the distance Between the me tlonless ship and the Island As they perceivedthecould dad an opening would effectual ly prevent their getting on the shore Lailford swung the boat about at 10 lutleimia ddtaaoe from the reel over wile the sea always broke with more or lets forM aa t closely scrutlnlte tine line of foam The coxswain of the beat who rowed the stroke oar W followed with his eyes the lagged reef it was he who detested the two JprM oa the tech of the Island ws Tint pals kraBckea and apparently pointing lit called the atteotlon of unete4rlFollcnrtagpresently amooth water was dlscov ered Langford headed the boat for It Ibo men bent to their oars and soon parted the quiet waters of the lagoon The two figures stood In plain view upon the beach still too tar for those In the boat to make out who they were Langford could only see that one waa taller than the other that both were dressed In some sort of lOOt tunic that fell to tho knees and left the arms bare He was din appointed and yet hopeful The sus pease wu almost unbearable The seelnlthemOlt was too slow for the impatlen than CHAPTER XIV T Past and Preeent How long do you thlak it will be before they will be barer asked the- man after they had sat alleat OB the watoklegthe prkappauseAreFor the life of her she could not keep the bitterness out of her quo Ue The man looked at her In sur temprbotoretogether There had ben something singularly simple free and unrestrained In their life Nothing had ever occurred to vex her at least not after the man had knows enough to notice It She was A woman of sunny even temper under any circumstances and she had felt it Incumbent upon her to be as nearly perfect as possible since ebb represented humanity tc him nor had It been a difficult task for her to be gentle This flash of resentment therefore struck him at something entirely novel In hit amazement for a moment he forgot the Injustice of It tho unkindness of It He looked at her strangely and said to her with a little touch of Be vorlty You know that it is not that Woman lie had no terms of endearment He bad never heard tho words that lovers use and although he knew that her name was Katharine and he believed that his was John and though sometimes they made use of these names generally they called each oth er by the broad generic terms whlcji stood for sex Names are only for differentiation and Identification In any event and here was no need for such appellation She loved to call him Man and she Ipved to hear him call her Woman You know ho said that tis not I who brought the world upon us I was unjust unkind she an swered quickly enough stretching out her hand to him Yoa must forgive pre You see even the approach of yonder ship brings bitterness into our u rU ssA isto our speech I guessed that It would be so when I saw you weep said the man I wish BOW that J had not given you the flint and steel that I had not allowed you to light the beacon My friend It had to be Dont reproach yourself for that Sooner or later this Island would have been vii ited by some one Sooner or later the ship would have come to fetch ui oa v f jc tr But we were to happy here he protested Yes she answered but not since yesterdayAre unhappy because I love your Because she made I Ut to reply I am no longer sure that you will love me always But you Iqve me du you not he questioned eagerly Yes Are you sure otZpurieUr1 Absolutely Why not of me then I Am I less trueTDo J love less than ouT 4 Not BOW Whaj U tfcf difference between ui tkeat v r 4- g A lIIiIfII Jjj T R tt 1U difference that No than can say that who has no experience to draw upon You are nit mentor said the man gently You have taught me all r know but Sometimes 1 think that about some things 1 know more than you and this Is one thing of which I am sure Yest sold the woman you can be sure so long as conditions remal as they are at present but other times olbermanners- You have something to tell met Interposed tho other swiftly The woman nodded You said yesterday you would tell me today Why not tell me nowt Because She hesitated Are you afraid to tell mot x UAfraidOf losing 1ouI 11 I Danish that fear But tis not that that keeps SBI silentWhat then r I would have the worlds comment on what I say when I say It The worlds comment What ii the worlds comment to met- A test a trial of your feelings It it breaks my heart you must knew If you feel that way about It said the man resolutely you seed tell as nothing at alt It was a brave thing to say for her mysterious words filled him with du blety and dismay lie bad no Idea what It was that she could tell him He had no experience by and through which to embody her vague hints into something real and tangible lie knew that he was terribly grieved and but that he had no way to describe the pain of jealousy he would have said that he was racking with that unhappy emotionTell me nothing be repeated again If It grieves you Are you afraid of tho test she asked swiftly- I am afraid of nothing except los lag you I am not worthy of you returned the woman as I told you but If you will still have me If you will take me when I have said what I must say and when the world has said what It will say then I shall be yours as long aa I live It Is well said the man 1 walt the ship now eagerly that I may show you that what I have said Is true The vessel Is nearer now she said at lilt rising from where they had beea seated together upon the grass absorbed Ieacllother and pointing seaward Yes be answered I can even see the figures upon the deck Your brother men Will there be some women OB the shipr Jdo aot know she answered quickly It Isnt likely Do you wish to see other women tOO None was the Instant answer Iwondered if my brothers would bring you sisters That was all There was absolutely no dissimula tion about the man There had been no coquetry about her He would simply have failed entirely to under stand what It was lie was as honest as straightforward aa absolute aim pllclty and sincerity must ever b4 and she had met him exactly on hit own ground Itwas Impossible thereof fore for her to misapprehend lamere casual Interest She stood quietly studying the preaching vessel As she did so it came to her mind that there was something strangely familiar about the ont coming hlp She stared longer and the conviction grew upon her When she realized it she clasped her bandy to her heart with a sudden Rasp and turned a white face upon him He was all solicitude In an Instant What is the matter he cried Your face is white you look so strangely It Is a sudden pain she gasped terror and dismay constricting her throataShe wavered He thought she fras going to fall Ho stepped closer tot her ana put his arm about her No not the said repulsing It was the first command she given him In those bygone days when he bad stood dumbly before her No not she pushed him away T shall be all right And has the approach of men de prided me of the privilege of touch lag you he asked wistfully What la the matter Dont ask me nowsbo answered IIdsnt explain The vessel was nearer now and aa she stated it came to a stop and swung broadside to the reef There was no mistaking it It was the South ern Cross She knew It as well as she knew her trfu face The thing she had dreaded so when she liedi from that vessel IB the lauioh which she had drttded for a tine In the tint period of her sojourn cQ the is land had fifffe to pass It was the very yacht from which she had es- caged TJttftubtedly jt bore the man from whop ibj had fled lie had cove to claim her Of all the teeming millions which UM W9rld held tills was he whom she would fala have avoided Rather anyone and every one had come to her than he What would happen when these men Met t The story that she would have told him today in her own way had the ship not appeared the story that the would have told him on her decks bad thafshlp betn other than It was he must now lebmby the brutal force of circumstances through some com which she could not In any way influence or alter She loathed the man who was coming to aid her Her Chritlialty trembled in l r r jb lli Whole Vex together In one unreasoning hatred and resentment In which ibe man of the Island participated What sorry lest had blind fate played Upon herShe moved farther away from her companion under the Constraint of these thoughts and when ho would haVe approached her nearer she flamed upon him in sudden anger that left him appalled But under the influence of It he kept his distance She law the way of the yacht checked She saw the boat dropped from the davits and manned by the men She saw a figure too far off to recognize but which she divined must be his descend the battens from the gangway She saw the little boat headed toward the shore Then she turned Co the man He was standing with folded arms his brow black as midnight staring out to sea lIe knew nothing understood nothing comprehended npthlng suspected nothing life only realization was that she his gentle goddess whom he had loved was angry with him so far as he was con corned without rhyme or reason or causeThe stoppage of the ship the lower Ing of the boat Its approach to the Island were now matters of Indiffer care to him She was angry He could think of nothing else and there was bewilderment In his dismay Nothing had given him power Ursolve the enigma of her conduct Where she gated with serious intentness he looked listlessly Her heart smote her again The sense of Justice upon which she prided herself came to her rescue She stepped close to him and laid her hand upon his arm Forgive mel she murmured and her heart leaped within her bosom to meet the great flush of pleasure In his face as he responded Instantly to her caress and her appeal You said you knew men the man asked as they threaded their way through the trees and won the hill along the familiar path do you know anyone on that ship do you thlnktIThe question was an one un der almost any other circumstances than that Yet chance had shown him the one point in her armor and his Innocent and casual question had driven into her soul a stab Evasion should have been easy Indeed his trust in her was so great that deceit would have been simple But she had always told him the truth and she could not begin now Yee she said 1 think 1 do He stopped abruptly Illumination and anguish the lightof pain IB his souLWas it because you know that man that you suffered so oa Olehll1f Yea she said again forcing her sell to speak le he one of those who loved your WHO said so but And you did you love hlmr 1 hate him wh7r asked the man sternly Had he Injured you in some wayf In the greatest way she answered with deepening gravity And here her sense of justice pricked her But it was partly ay fault And have you forgiven hlmr he asked with a little softening of his voiceTo him forgiveness was as natural and Inevitable as breathing In his thlca there was no other course He lad never had anytung to forgive be Jt remembered iSewas not so true toher standards as the man she bad Stood Silently a Little Apart Watch 7 Ing the Swift Approach taught The pupil was more devoted than the master There are some things she replied bitterly that a woman cannot forgive never forgives What things t he persisted wondering Ignorantly as to her meaning Dont ask me she answered in patiently I told you I would tell you the story today and you will hard to wait until then But that comment of the worfa You will hear It from that aaa Ijfel If I mistake Rot said the OB p wearily but must pre J Ise BO further Bee they are close t0 the reef We must n She drew her Slid away from his and ran rapidly to the beteL Naturally he followed overtaking her In a few swift steps nil running aa was his wont by her side If he had stopped to Indulge In the luxury of selfexamination he would have found his feelings in such a turmoil ot such strange emotions as weuld have defied classification and description Of but two things was he very clear that he loved this woman and that in some way for causes unfathomable and pot present to him he hated the matt or the men in the boat off shore By the womans directions just be fore they reached the shore the man To Bo Continued 1 r 4IItiJ I I U A HUSTLER IN PUSHING LEG ISLATION FOR THE I PEOPLE L r r r I HoldsPlace + 0n Many Impor taut Committees I I His Decisions on the Kentucky Appellate Bench Supported by the United States Supreme Court Frankfort KyFew United States senatora In the middle of a first term have had aa much cause to feel satis fled with the standing they have at tamed as Thomas H Paynter of Ken tucky Not only are his committee assignments nil that he or his friends could reasonably have desired and eX- pected but during the three years and little more that Senator Paynter hat been in the upper branch of Congress he has made a number of speeches that have been pronounced decidedly creditableHe from time to time when be really hade something to say and felt that he could accomplish something for the benefit of his constituents or for the general welfare of the nation presented hie Helps OWSIAa will be shown further along in this article Senator Paynter has ac complished considerable In the way of legislation during his term He Is a member of seven committees and pAYHTUnited Ksnweky I I six of them are rated as important ones The committed on which he is serving are Judiciary Philippines Privileges and Elections District ol Columbia Industrial Expositions Claims and Investigate Trespassers Upon Indian Lands I It will be seen at a glance that hit work on practically all his committees t calls for activity for there are man bills of local national and al interest to be Internatlonl He served three terms of Representatives having become a memlarableThomas D Reed of Maine was Its Speaker It was by act of that Con press that the direct tax collected by the United States was refunded to the several states In the previous Con gress which was Democratic so tar as the House was concerned there was a stubborn filibuster against this proposition led by Representative Jim Burnes qt Missouri William C Oates I of Alabama and others When the bill was passed In the Fiftflrst Congress Mr Paynter was tho only Kentucky Democrat member of the House who worked and voted for it and as a result of his efforts Kentucky got over 600000 in cash and the whole amount was placed toI the credit of the school fund and Is now drawing 6 per cent interest Law Made It Sacred It was later niudosa red by thecon stitution of the state and therefore elMrsix years in the House and was for tour years a member of the elections committee while the Democrats were In control This brought him into prominence on the floor in connection jrlth tho contests that were decided In his six years service there he also took part In tho tariff debates on two set tbebLIs that bcoma Iaw Was McKinley and tho Wilson blUsjElected Kentucky While a member of the House oi Representatives Mr Paynter was elected a Judge of the Kentucky Court 4 Appeals Cor n term of eight years and was reelected for another term aenrig altogether twelve years on that bench when he was given his present term In the United States Senate by the voters of the state During his first term on the bench the greatest question perhaps which came up was decided by the court ol appeals It was whether the banks of the atoto had an Irrevocable contract with the tate that exempted them from the payment of county and mu nicipal taxes The court stood four for the irrevocable contract and three against Judge Paynter wrote the dissenting opinion that they did not have an Irrevocable contract and wore subject to the same tax as any other taxpayers were com pelled to pay In 15 months afterward hls dlsqentlng opinion was made tho opinion of the court which overruled the previous opinion The supreme L JUJyj 1 Senate for the term cetnmenoi March 4 1907 and wail formally awtro a 11actlv Gj f passage law to relieve growers frost the taar r- on leaf tobacco sold by band Tber totglv3themTho next year during the extra ser lion called President Taft for special purposes of revising tits tarltte the matter was again under dlcu itrIn tho Senate and Senate tfaynt made a strong and what proved laejT to be convincing Argument proposition He also urged beforej tho Democratic caucus that thl should be given the grower of toba co In Kentucky and In the otfoeratotes in which the staple is produced HIi i fellow Democrats assured Mine they would be slid for the proposition and A they were and with some Republican t + support It Went through and tle R publican leaders had to submit The relief finally came though BOaarful as had been hoped for Senator Paynter participated tram time to time In the tariff debate1 drlntp the special session and througbontUhe long contention never cast a vottfof an Increase of duty upon any article but voted always to levy andcoUtct duties upon a revenue baste Assigned to Judiciary Committed It is considered a high complDnentSK for any one to be assigned to member ship on the Judiciary Committee of the Senate Most of the lawyers In s the Senate hope sooner or later to setta place on this committee Many of I the newer Senators have aspirations a- in this direction but they are not se lected even when their chances appeal to be good After serving only twO 10 sessions the Democratic Steering ConyTmlttee and the Republican on Committees unanimously decided I to Increase the membership ot the Ju dietary Committee In orde to givercarSenator Paynter a place ojulU It was 1 as unusual a compliment ns Itwasa s flattering one that Use jftmtttoky Sew ator had extended to Ulmr Among many other pieces of Iegis latlon Senator Paynter has been prom 1 Inently connected wIth tto fallowing as may be sited aa evidences oftts ao tivitys 3 He aided in passing cucolfda tabor bill for the District off ColtinfbU Intended to be something of a modal for = the rest of the country IWorl Against Leer Sharks He assisted In paeaggabl1to protest the people of the ci oOWaahlngi ton against the 10aJafJ rkSotfjheDI- trlct of Columbia and se ur aJnend ments to prevent future cBttOrilbrW Un der the provision of the measure passed by the Senate therato atinter est was heavily reduced1 petialtfer were prescribed and thentakshgot contracts was regulated N Employers Liability Ant He secured the adoption of anr 11abilityi i upon state and federal courtst An 1m portant provision of tile 1SUrIs that I when an action Is broughflrpastate court it can not be remeved loic fed- oral court but must b trfed tltcre Concerning this amondmot Senators Halo said t This is a noteworthy advance fJPa a the direction of maintaining the ton + rI Btantly dwindling force otiaf jurtev It1 diction and state con trot Sb for one = I I I believe In every forar ofJIIflfeatlon4 t that will preserve the right or the states tho right as I beirerepaVarfgf nally contemplated by the harriers nth+ the constitution I congratUlaro thier senate upon having taken the frs1P stop In the right direction Spoke on Railroad Slit Senator Paynter partIclpated ln the a debate during the present session on the railroad rate bill and spoke sevFeraL times on various tlons arising while it was under come y slderatlonHe another amendhrenf thalferr provided that when a rate went intoI effect and the question of the right otr the railroad to Increase the rate wujoaI In litigation tho railroad company 110 thsshlpIpaid Under tOO Increased rate and what it would have been ulster theiI 666oldthat the old rate should Btamt then I the carrier ehould pay ta the party paying the freight rate the difference between the old and the intreated t1 rate and It should be paid at the of five of the carrier where M woe paid upon presentation of the receipt or I bill of lading thus avoiding IfUgalfon a or adjustment of accounts This clause In the railroad blll anrt 1 which Senator Paynter offererti waaT passed unanimously by the serrate 1Ji On the Bribery CommFtter Senator Paynter Is a minority mem her of the special committee appointed by the Senate to Investigate the bribery charges In connection with the I election of Senator William Lorimer of Illinois The Investigation will be commenced at Chicago September Id wr next and is looked forward iff with keen interest in political circles all 8 over the country owing to tll rilaft ling and in some respects sensational + allegations that have been made Two other Democrats will servo on this committee with the Kentucky Senator o They are Senators Frazier of TeniH see and Johnstonrof Alabama 1 t t J u r io L Il t If not yours writs for p Circular tht urest agency of OIL uL = 3- y fl i A LUXURIOUS NECESSITY te every is a handsome sanitary r appointed bathroom ft adds tothe Joy and comfort of living tors bills too Wo are prepar ed to put oats In for you anti inert TOU gets your figures you Vnnt find so high as you expects tea Stanford Ky t St II i ORCHARD KY t Buyer of I All ot farm and am jwyIng today for 12 to lOc j fma I i17 to 17 l2c 11 to 11 l2c i to 5 l2c i 12 to 13c i Ducks r 7 to 80 i lIlies I J V C 12 to 7c l V x Teatherf t 15 to 43c Shlp Stuff and hl fF t pheae201 I 7J r i4 4 i 13 I NO Heat Except Where Needed J I t DISHES HOT FOOb WSLLrCOOK ED KITCHEN COOL NO ONDER DUNE OVERHEATED KITCHEN IN SUMMER EVERYTHING HOT WHEN WANTED HEAT UNDER PERFECT CONTROL AND CONCENTRATED THE DLUE FLAME IS ALL HEAT I ii NO SMOKENO ODOR NO DIRT THESE ARE SOME OF THE AD VANTAGES IN USING THE NEW PERFECTIONWICK OIL COOKSTOVEREv- ry O duNvrywher Descriptive I5toTHE STANDARD COMPANY Incorporated JEEE EEE EE Shirts Collars and Ties Biggest Line Ever Brought to Crab Orchard ML L SANDERS I Crab Orchard Kentucky E S E home Keepsiioc down IfeciH nearly WK WARNER Phone JG Riddle CRAB kinds produce JI- ensvra JBprliisers Aoasterer5THrkeys73 MiallFlOur Chick Feefor saleorjfnexchsinae for- Ptoduce4 Itt ft1 COOL KITCHEN FOODNO YOURCHANCE For A = 3ARGAI This Raase Fir OrIj 2425 See It m II FARRISe w irN A HI Is an easy matter here We have every style for every use and at about any price The ally Whip you WeIwhlpsaroall kinds of horse goods Youll find tie lat r iist as good as the whips and equally moderato In price It J C McCLARV Stanford Ky H B Noiifteott LANCASTER KYrBUYEROFr All Kinds of Farm Produce Stanford Branch T K Tudor Mgr VVE ARE PAYING TODAY FOR I i i f Hens 9100 Springersr lOllb Turkeys 1213c bucks per lbV 7k Rpoiterspe IbV SS Ylc ld JoJ 70 Feathers 15400 Ginseng per lb 500 Yellow Root rlb1125LIME AND I3ALTFOR48ALE oR IN EX oR t oeyrt We cannpleaisyyout Phons 153 I t t JuJOtSDPnrDn Fresh cow for sale Apply to Mrs C it Coleman a Hemp harvester for sale In good t cpmiylop M W A Trlbbte JlQE ole Ajlwell Improved Earn j 0acrt8 near Pit iifaTenifbouBo told ngdkltc1ienurn1ttire Btoctt and farming tools P H Woodson Mt Salenii fvy 493 Mete Huffman of Danville pur chased a buch of 250 pound hogs ol R L Hubble at 8 cents For Sate Black mare 6yearoldx with filly colt by her side Sound Jesse B Sartaln For SnleSow and 9 pigs R L Berry Ilustonyllle O Wanted cattle to grate JO acres of good blue grass R L Berry Hus tqnvillo e Prices are being pnld for mules tLnt1 even during war times would have been regarded as fabulous AVc scarcely know of d locality where the mule Is not In demand The public sale held by Walter Be vier on Salt river In Mercer county this week tins well attendee Old corn brougbt 330 plug torsos from 360 to 316i milk cows tram 339 to 369 The mule Is healthier than the hdrse He is subject to compara tUrtJf few of the horse diseases and a minor blemish does not affect the selling price of b mule to the same extentThe public sale of the farm and personal property of the lato Dr D M Swopo nt Bryantsvllle was held Wednesday and was largely attend od The farm of 252 acres was pur chased by R K Swope at 7225 per acre Four head of aged mules sold at from 3125 to 200 per head cattle 525 milk cows from 335 to 340 a iuuch of hogs at 12 cents The sale Was conducted by Col I M Dunn of Jil 1Ue rVsaleTHlch grade Southdowi ram lanbs Fisher and Renlck cross cs Mrs MatUo 11 Hewes Moreland Ky R R No V Box 49 CINCINNATI MAKKETS f wastCincinnati Sp 2 CnttloR ceipts956 market fair to good s 1P Pers 6250715 common J2iit i 75 Hogs Receipts 21W warket a tlve 15c higher butchers and shippers 9750980 light 350OJsO ShIHP Receipts 4J50 market quiet iGOG 415 Lanlbs Market idiot tltf7 reau nnnmvbg uilwjr cuifwyp n PUBLIC RENTING r Tho AG Chrlsnmn CarmoC 90 acres with good Improvements lylng one mire east of Mbreland Statw t on the Cincinnati Southern rdlliroa r on Friday afternoon September 9 th will be rented to the highest bidjdai at 2 oclock in front ot Hunn I Cot feyB store 1orelnndJSeven cres to ba sown lii wheat rye and about three acres tobe llor In corn or tobacco tht In grassandmeadow lerntson day of sale EDVARDsALCOpN Eaor1 ii VA GiChrUmar For t Bale Nice residence on Main street In Stanford Ky the frontage of lot large enough for another build ing lot All necessary outbuildings Everything In good repair Prlc 12760 A bargain see L R Hughes Constipation a Gore Free h the first signs of constipation you resort to the home methods of relief such as hot or cold water on yourhreallfastwhen these fail ueS1I1rrallvethrouchjnresultsoencWeapose you are trying to accomplish SlIch NDrguaranteed to be permanent In Its re abrletliueTOUcanotSanvIllewill Mrs S A Hampton of Portage O thereiiout A penny of expense Simply send your obtatsIf ycu are then convinced It N therem onedeNarbattllto use It for a brier time until cured The dIrections are filmble and the tllitedClCIIand these statements are guaranteed or- money will be refunded centurymere drtnrists than any other similar emedy OB the American market Because pleasanttastetiHdren women and oM folks pleasedtdesire ferjreursdf or family pertaining to tie stomach liver or a free of charge Explain your case In a and lie will to in detail lbr the free sample strawy send your seals and eddies en a postal card or- Itherwlseror ether request the dectora lWr UDr W B CaMweHItSMCaU MkulMtaff Uontlctllo PL y- i t 1N lr A BODY BUILDER = FOil THE == CELLS MS TISSUES A POWERFUL STRENGTH MOBUC INO RECONSTRUCTION TONIC FOR THE BLOOD AND NERVOUS SYSTEM A Bottle Purchase Todi Starts Yea Right OB the Road to HeiHfc Guaranteed to Give Satisfaction or Money Refunded SOLD 8V PENNYS DRUG STORE COOK FARMS FIRST ANNUAL SALE Friday September 30th overheldcolts and fillies CO jennets and colts All registered Catalogues now ready Every one t f these Jennets should be kept In Kentucky J F GOOK b CO 518 Lexington Ky NOTICE In the district court of the Untied States for the Eastern District ot Kentucky In the meatier of Clarence J Slpple bankrupts Notice of Salt In Bankruptcy liT vlrture or an order entered by J N Saunders referee In the above styled case I as trustee of same will on Saturday the 3rd day of Sept A D 1910 between the hours ot 10 oclock P M on tho premises being 52 acres of farm land situated In Lin coin county Ky on the waters of Green river adjoining the Denham farm and lying near tho post office of Jumbo Ky expose to public sale to the highest and best bidder for cash In hand the abovo described tract or parcel of land together with 19 acres of land adjoining tame now owned by Clarence J Slpple the bankrupt above named and also one half Interest In the growing crop upon said land Given under my hand this the 19th day of August 1910 R A DYCHE Trustee WHEN MERIT WINS When the medicine you take cures your disease toes up your system and makes j ou feel bettor stronger and more vigorous than before That Is what Foleys Kidney Pills do for you In nil cases of backache v headache nervousness loss of appetite sleep lessness and general weakness that Is caused by any disorder of tho kid neys or bladder Shugars and Tan nerMiss EUeh Hanson of Morelahi la- attc4Singthe Somerset fair INSURANCE 18 A L ffCj hy which you escape ruin of fire It Is the only rational way In which you can protect what you own Bjjnt argue that youll save the premiums and Insure yourself W atnt a fire should come today tomorrow or next week How much would joji have to build a now house Let us Insure you today 1 fishPradtrylvn Stanford Kr Phone200 it TOIUAT H R Y Griffon Watch ThatsuitL 0 Ij Baltimore Made The Home of All Good Clothes My Fall line more complete than Over isjnow ready tor your inspection Call by ask to see the only snake that fits like i Tailormade clothes ALL WOOL SAM ROBINSON J Stanford Ky MULE COLTS WANTED V f 1 will be at J HeBaughmans sale l WEDNESDAY SEPT 7TmJ To Buy fi loo Mule COlts1V I Joe Kindig York Pa- tI will be glad for any of my friends 4 who have mule colts tqsell to bring them J H Baughman STIRRING TIMES wo are having In the building line We carry a full line of nine plaster cement nnd overruling else needed for building Everything purchased teje will bo found of the best gunll ty rind the beet for Intended purposes We will savo you trouble and imnects nary expense by sending to us for an estimate t J A ALi HJ Slanftrd KyI SALE OF LAND As nguul of to holes ot Mrs Nan nl4 U food t will on the premises at abut 2 30 P il on i saturojy Sept 10th 1910 offer for ralc MpublU outcry tV tract of 52 SHOO acres owned bjr Mrs flood at the Umo of her death The tandGis about 12 mile from Turners vllle on the McCorraacks church pike ls well watered and all In grass Pos session given Jan 1 Terms will be announced on day of sale J D PAXTOtf Agent HANNAS GREEN SEAL THE MAE TO WEAR PAINT NOTHING IN IT but what should be there NOTHING LACKING that will improve it fJ Possesses Every Essential Quality Pigments scientifically combined and finely ground in Pure Linseed Oil I Not a Little Lead and a Lot of Zinc but a LOT OF LEAD and a LITTLE ZING Costs more to mike but the people wamVit ry FOR SALE BY y L L SANDERS Crab Orchard and G B PRUITT Morel nd If10 r vw r dye FINE FARM FOR SALE CtftcnhclmIrodticfa fine tobacco corn and wheat A fine young orchard of one hundred bearing fruit trees a modern now turoom house cistern at door cellar and all necesary outbuildings two tenant houses large barn new silo tree mall t delivery three hundred yards to school 1 12 miles to union church AYUI make terms easy W F Dlshon Stanford Ky Box 41 lhono8 ring V i Jbtice For tho next 20 days we will un our tobacco hogsheads at mill an t1110 each We also nave some tuna white and brown leghorn cockerels for sate Kings Mountain Plant Mill Kings Mountain Ky Je Ce McClarYtI I Aft zr Umtortker ancEmliam STANFORD r KY rata Phone tt 5Hema P tODU B D CARTERNew Liven Depot Street PhonoM STANFORD KENTUCKY t I