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TIME TO GO AFTER 45 ADDITIONS TO CHRISTIAN CHURCH YOUNGEST l5w. KENTUCKY, Membraneous Croup TAKE8 LITTLE 80N OF MR. AND MRS. ED MURPHY. fiR TfiNEQ iMVEMTC THAT NEW DEPOT ,r A GREAT MACHINE FORMER 8TANFORD CITIZEN ABOUT TO MAKE FORTUNE IN CINCINNATI CITIZENS DO NOT WANT L. A. N. PROTRACTED MEETING COMES TO "IMPROVE AND REPAIR" TO END DELE0ATE8 TO GOOD ROADS CON THE OLD 8TATION' FERENCE Ncwj lmi been received hero that tho LouUvIllo & Nnshvlllo Railroad Hustonvllle, Ky., Sept. 1 compAhy'tfopoe to ninko tomo lm' Tho promoted meeting which has provotnents and repair-n- t tho Burn- - been In progress nt tho Christian ford depot this fall, which Is tho chinch here for the past few weeks, tiling mat me peoplo of Lincoln oloxed on Wednesday night Thero county do not wnnL They will bo wotu a totnl of 46 Additions to tho MtUttod wth nothing less than n new churrh ns tho result of tho work nnd moro commodious public station, of tfvringellst Seller and Blnser nna are going to inform tho oIIIcIaIs nturtfls In the .Master's causo here or the L. & N. of this in clear and During n particularly lmprcsslc unmistakable tones. part ol the servlco one night this With this end In view n committee we-k- , while tho evangelist was exconipoted of Messrs. W. M Bright, II. tending the Invitation to sinners, ho Mcltoberts, 8. T. Harris, W. II. J. noticed a young couple, not far back Shfcnks and II. L. Hubble has been In giggling and apparent appointed to take to tho company's y the church hav1C grent fup Wth0,t calng chief ofllccrs at Loulsvlllo tho potl their nnmos but designating them so tlons which havo been signed by hun II. nil could tell who they were, the at dreds ot Lincoln county cltlzons, nsk cvnngellst gave them ono of the Ing tho erection of a new depot. Tho severest reprimand!) ever heard from petitions havo been nt tho two local u pulpit here. And they were very tnnks for tho past fow months and good during tho remainder of tho acr signatures attached aro thoso of the lce. tho most representative citizen of The following delegates havo been community. tho Tho members of this committee appointed from Hustonvllle and to attend tho Good Roads will lay the facts beforo tho officials nnd Insist that a new depot bo built Convention at tho Stnto Fair In M cairn. nud no effort to dodgo tho Issue bo Louisville, on Sept. 15th: Walter Carson, I M Held, W. It. tuado by making a few "Improvements and repairs" to tho old depot. Williams, and L'. J. Tanner. All the members of the choir who Local promoters of tho new station campaign believe that tho railroad so nbly assisted In tho protrncted ollirlnls will see the Justice of this pe- meeting just closed at tho Christian tition, but In the event they do not, church aro requested to please take they aro conlldcnt the Slate their usual seats at the services SunRailroad Commission can bo shown day, tho merit of the demand for better Myers tc Vaughn Bhlpped to Cin accommodations for tho traveling cinnati this week a car load of butchpublic at this point. to er cattlo for which they paid 2 Pieasnut Point, Sept. Llttlo Chnrles Murphy, riie died 1. wr J son of Ed Muiphy mid wife, After having laid tho nucleus ot a Monday night 'if membrnneuin furtuno by his sonp advertising Inventroup. TI10 funeru'. vere l'dd nt tho Baptist chunh A'rJnos-1'a- y tion, Dr. R. A. Jones, formerly of morning vrhero a Mrgn Tiwd or tins' city, bids fnlr to add to It at a Irlends lud ielattvt followed tho ro rapid rate through n recent Invention mp lis to the grtno. Our henrts ko out to tho berouvetl jarents and lit- ho has Just patontcd. This Is a machine which will cut Into Cakes ot a tle sister in their hour of grief. Tho retlvat at the Baptist church doslred size the yeast which Is mado MORGAN SMITH DAUGHMAN, JR. The Youna Son of Mr. and Mrs. M. 3. Bauahman, who Is only 8 years old continues with Interest. Hov. Living- by the groat Flelschn.ann Manufacston tilled his appointment nt tho turing Company, of that city, Tho but drives his father's Overland car with the skill of a veteran. Chrlstlnn church Sunday. machine nlso wraps tho cakes neatty ranging In size from CO to 750 acres Mrs. M. )) Wall Is Ind.'iiposed Mrs. ly In WILL MONKS BEARS tinfoil. Is put on the bargain counter for this C. Brown Is uMe to bo o.it agiln aft Dr. Jones worked upon this mafalls business by W. It. Williams & A CHARMED LIEE er an attack of pneumonU. Miss Lau Co, Huston lllc, Ky. Call on or wrlto chine at the lnslanco or tho Flelsch-manra PrUett Is 111. c ns them jour wants. Ml sea Cora nnd tr.t Carrlo Ltpps arc In the city this week buying fall millinery and notions and looking up fall it)Ies In dressmaking nnd taking In tho great Ohio Valley Exposition. The convnlvular caprice which too oltn controls dispensers of political pie Is well appreciated, but It was hoped by a largo clement of the peoplo hero of nil parties that merit would prevail and our Geo. Davison land the political plum which In last analysis should have fallen to Lincoln. No disparagement to our Pete nor to tho old Roman of Lancaster. Rill Hcri:don who has more admiring i.nd appreciating friends amongst the enemy than nil the Lunch. Mrs. Kate Culbertson nnd daughter R.ith, who have been guests of Mr. nud Mrs. H it. Camnltz left for homo Monday accompanied by Mm. Cnmnltz who goes for a two weeks 3-- 4 4 2 cents. llslt. Mr. McKlnney got hung up between homo and Libert) through Imperfect knowledge of automobllo Intricacies nnd aware that "Uncle Foddy" Wheel er bad spent the day light hours or the past two seasons in tho garage grooming the elephant, phoned us a macedonlan wall for succor last Friday. The philanthropist was soon on tho road to rescue the lost sheep nt locd suburb and later landed Master Commissioners NAMED BY JUDGE WALKER BOYLE AND GARRARD IN Dr. Edward Alcorn attended tho Somerset fair. Dr. O. S. Williams at tended a dental convention at Cin cinnati and the Ohio Valley Impo sition this week. Mrs Dowlo McCarley, or Okolona, MUs., and little son, William are the guests of parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. It Williams. Miss Ella.Uarnett hat returned from a. protracted 'in'1 to friends In Judge Lewis L. Walker has announced that ho will appoint It 11. Uatson, Master Commltsloner In Garrard county and Logan McKee Cheek tho young "Insurgent" In Boyle. The Lancaster Record says: Tho applicants In iJnncoln aro lions. George Davison and George I). Florence and both aro good men. There are several Applicants In Morcer, nmong them A. II. Robinson, who Is a relative ot tk Roblwns In this county and Is d very popular man. !r Gott Wins COURT SAYS SALE OF DRINKS 18 LEGAL 80 FT Bpeclal Circuit Judge J. M. Uentoti, or Winchester, sitting at Lancaster, held unconstitutional a city ordinance eeklug to prohibit tho sale of near beor, and other malt drinks not Intoxicating but containing alcohol. The court held that the city bad not right to prohibit the sale of such, drinks It has not been determined whether or not tho city will appeal. The caso at lssu was that of W. It Uott vgalnst E. W. Harris, police Ji;Jro of Lancaster and was decided In favor I Gott HOME TALENT PLAY k Stanford Is to havo a treat on 8epL 9 at the Opera House when tho best talent In town will render tho charming comedy "Diamonds and Hearts. This Is under tho supervision of Miss Bertha Jackson, whoso experience and ability along this linn assuro success Tho play will be given to aislst Mrs. H. D. Phillips In Homo Mission work, this bolng undenominational and a cause towhlch everyone should rally. , Mr. Ckarle K. Wheeler, the popu- far Hustonvllle merchanL was In Lex- lngton Saturday. While here he purchased a handsomo Rambler touring car from C. O. Updlko. Lexington Leader. MEDICINE NOT A NARCOTIC Mrs. F. Marti, St Joe, Mich., says Foley's Honey and Tar saved hor little boy's life. She writos: "Our little boy contracted a bronchial trou-bland ns the dostor's medicine did not cure him, I gave him Foley's Ueuoy and Tar ln which I have great jalth, It cured the cough as well as the choking and gagging spells, and ha got well In short time Foley's Honey and Tar has many .tlmef saved us much trouble and we are never without It In tho house.'" Sbugars A RELIABLE o and Tanner safely with comrades. eip'r hundlir end The suggestion of Col Jim Guest rntur of tobacco figures hU fatihso for tho legislature strikes a responby the latest I'.oavy rain and hail- sive chord In the West End. In ad dition to the personal qualifications storm at eight thouian 1 djtlara. ot Col. Guest nnd his social qualifiMiss Angle Carpen'er noes to An- cations with such great and good men j'usia, Kansas In SeptmuVr to tnke as Judge M. C. Saufley, It Is a sur charge of a largo muic choi Hue a democrat omitted mend un adept In thia tln.s rt, snJ will prise that tion that Col. Guest Is n first cousin 1m nreatly mls.'ed la our iuuil:al tin to Col. W. G. Wolch, conspicuous In giants. Hur Mines Ida Marsec, Mr. Jnn.tM Oor- - galaxy of the Nations tnn r.r.d Albert Marse-- jf LsncasMr, rah for Guest. Burdettc Powell has motcd his wrrc gueots In our cly Inst week. family to town la order to bo more Dick Lee of color was picked up J'rY.tiy by our moit cf.'l eu: sheriff convenient to schools and 'church. W I.. McCarly and lodwd in the coun ty bastlle for seriously stabbing two Cupid Still Busy l'u! men at Moroiaul iiamel Nei kirk and Akers without' sufficient CELEBRATED MORE WEDDINGS provocation IN OLD LINCOLN Horn to tho wife of Marshall Her ring last week n daughter. As temporal agent for tho God of W J Ittluclaw, of Preachorsvlllo, was among .the several hundred vlsl Love, Dan Cupid, County Clerk Geo. tors who attended the Baptist Assoelu 11. Cooper continues as a decided suc cess. Business In tno marriage Hon here last week, Mr Asdle Jennings, of Moroland, license market has been very stendy sold hor 40 acre farm to William for tho past fow weeks. License was Cooper o? Wane county last week Issued on Tuesday ot this week to Henry Jensth, aged 32, and Miss for 15,000. Col. Wm. Marksbury, of Mnrkshury Ftora Ullman, aged 12, a popular GerICy., was the guest last week of Mr. man couple, the wedding boipg performed at tho residence ot Ernest and Mrs. B, K. Swope. delegations 'from all the LMimsn 11. F. Spires, aged 23 and Miss Sal-llcounties attended the Haptlst Austin, 18 wero granted llccnso Association here last week, Tuesday and Wednesilay. and made ono at the home ot Mr. Ed Sam Lusk nrrlted home lakt week Austin, nmld the congratulations of trora South Dakota for a few wooks many friends. vy. M. Young a Morgan county, vacation from the arduous duties of a Commercial l'llgrlm that he Is wak Tennesseo farmer, aged 63 years, and Mrs. Mary K. RIdner. aged 58. were lnBf,oodi ln' ul1 I'envyhouse leaves next week married last weok, this being the sec to accept a splendid position tender ond venture for both. ed him In a bank In Wllmore. Ky. He Ik upright, competent and an earnest SAVED A SOLDIER'S LIFE bard worker and success will follow Facing death from shot and shell In him. tho Civil War was more agreeable to Bert Williams, of Jacktown says J. A. Stone, of Kemp Tex., than fac(lis loss by tho late hall and ralu Is ing It from what doctors said wns con 1700 at lowest estimate and his neighsumption. "I contracted a stubbtrn bors Chan. Henson, Wm. Henson. Jno. cold" he writos, "that developed a Toombs, Sam Tartar, James Henson, cough, that stuck to mo ln spite of all Louis Wilson, Mntt Mossheart, Jno. remedies ror years. My weight ran Cutter, Jno. Wilkinson, Jno. Halloy down to 130 pounds. Xhen 1 began to and Blglo Wilson were all heavy los- usa Dr. Kings New Discovery, wmen weigh me. 1 ers In both corn and tobacco. The completely cured Coughs, now Colds, La 178 pounds." For Kllzn Porter property was sold by exe- Grippe. Asthma, Hemorrhage, H oar be-cutor J. P. Goode Saturday to. J. J. Wh Croup Hooping Cough, and lung Mien for !75. trouble. Its supreme. SO cents and It A very attractive list ot blue jruss Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by farms In the best' part of Lincoln coun Pennys Drug Store. I.'iilatllle. . Frost in Ui-o- " "" . E. Hnrmon bought of Lloyd Pedfcett NEGRO SHOOTS AT HIM FOUR two calves. Gccrge Leach jold to TIMES WITHOUT EFFECT, Lutes & Son a cow for 12?. Harmon AT CRAB ORCHARD. & Hoguo also sold to the latter Will .Monks, of Crab Orchard, on calves at 3 to 3 Hutnn Carrier Wednesday furnished tho fl.OOO bond bojght of Alex .Miller n nloe helrer required of him at the last term of ror 10.fc0. tho Lincoln Circuit Court for his T. M, Alford Is making some nice to face tho chargo of shoot- Improvements on his residence ing nt "Poke" Barnes, at Crab OrLouis Singleton and wife .Mil lxavo chard last Christmas. John Holme soon for Oklahoma, where they will accompanied by Mrs. Monks, came make Uwlr, tuture home. Mrs. A. C. here nnd mado tho necessary bond, Grllllln has returned to her home Jn and Mr, Monks, who has been hero West Virginia after a two months' In the custody or Special Olllcer Jas. btay with friends and relatives here. Mceks for toierat days, returned air. ana Mrs. u. a. singleton wero home with them nnd his attorney, V. visiting at Highland Sunday James B. Hansford. McCarty, wife and son are with rela Mr. Monks has been ill with n tives here. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Flam heavy cold and Is almost threatened gau, nfter a trip to Niagara Falls, De with pneumonia. His friends say, troit and other northern points of In that pneumonia would nev terest, are now with the latter's pa er feaio him, for he appears to bear rents here. Sirs. Smith Faulkner has a charmed life. A few days ago Jtut returned from a visit toJL Danwhile driving through Crab Orchard ville relatives. A. G. Duulap, W. G. a negro, who had bee; working lor Itcaten aud son, Ira, spent Sunday in him, by the name ot Jlm Bright, fired Lexington James Dye and Ellas four shots at Mr. Monk with an automade a flying trip to Cincinnati. matic pistol, nt a dlstanco of less They wero the guests ot L. Ilust than n dozen feet. It Is said, and not while there. Miss Grace Jeffries was one of the bullets touched hlra. visiting Miss Maud Brown. Walter Mr. Monks Is said to have lashed Cnnnon and wife went to the camp the negro with a buggy whip, when meeting at Jumbo Sunday. Rev. W. the Utter drew his pistol and began 3. O'Dare Is holding a series ot meetfiring. The negro, had. hi? trial be- ings at Juliet, Tenn fore Police Judge . Joe Mngee nnd G. W. Ellison is erecting a band-som- e wns hold ln $500 bond to await the residence on the Somerset pike, action of the grand jury. HU bond near the G. A. R grounds was furnished by It. E. Thompson. Attorney Mort Rothwell, of Lancaster Strong Sulphur Well appeared In defense of Bright. tt-Har-mnn themselves, who told him there was nothing ln reason he might ask for such a machlno as would do the work satisfactorily that they were not willing to pay. Hitherto -y has so far built and Installed two doz-tht- 1 had been compelled to have it dono bf hand, nnd the expense to them had been on this Item alono about 11,000 a week. Dr. Jones' machine does the work: of a great many hands and will effect a great saving In time and money. Ho the work satisfactorily. Hitherto en machines of this pattern in the big yeast plant, and they are giving per- fect satisfaction. The many local friends of the popnow inventor and capular italist, will rejolco to know that fortune continues to smile upon him. Stays In Jail DICK LEE UNABLE TO $500 BOND FURNISH Dick Lee, the negro who severely cut the white men, Akers nnd at Moreland, last week, was tried before County Judge Bailey here and held to await the action of the grand jury on his case Ills bond was ilxed at, 1500, which ho was un' able to give, so he Is the guest of Col. Dink Tarmer, until the high tribunal assembles. The men he cut have sufficiently recotered from their Injuries to be able to appear against him. Attorne T. J. Hill has been retainNel-klrk, Wants Whipping Post STRUCK BY NOEL BISHOP LOT AT MORELAND ON ed to defend Lee. t JUDGE MENEFEE SAYS ONE IS A well of water which promises to BADLY NEEDED HERE rival the celebrated waters ot Elixir Springs, just over the Casey line, has Police Judge John N. Menefeo Is a been struck at Moreland by Noel firm believer In tho cllicacy of the lilshop.- - The well was struck on his whipping post. Ho said In court this lot right near the heart of the city, week that It it were In his power he and the flow ot sulphurous liquid was would certainly prescribe it for Jim so strong that samples ot It wero Im Tall, ot color, who was before the mediately sent away to be analyzed. court, charged with "beating up" n The chendst to whom the samples colored woman. wero sent, demanded the extortionate The Judge declared mat tines or Ilguro of ICO for making tho analysis jail sentences did little good tor so that some bottles ot the water will most ot the worthless negroes who probably be sent elsewhere to a man come before him; but that what Is more reasonable In his demands. very badly needed Is some of tho Thoso who have tasted ot the wa "strap medicine" and he ter say that. It has all the tataor the deeply regretted that Stanford has uuxir water, oniy is mucn stronger, not a whipping post. He plans to seeming to indicate that it Is charged read up closely on the law on the sub- more heavily with those health-givinject, .however, to see If thero Is not qualities which have made the some provision that can bo made to other spring famous. cover the point affected. INSURANCE THAT INSURES Teachers' Meeting WAYNESBURG DIVISION HOLD3 SESSION AT KING'S MOUNTAIN Tho Teachers' Association of tho Waynesburg division was held at King's Mountain Saturday, August 27th. The following program was given. Devotional Exercises Mr. Cyrus Johnson. Welcome Address O. W. Quails Tho Ideal Teacher Mr. Herbert Reynolds Should the Teacher be Educated for Vocation, culture or bot.h.Crus Johnson How to Beautify Your School House and Grounds. Frances Hatfield How to use Mother. Goose, Melodies Fables and Stories ln the prlmv grades Zora Baugh The value or Industrial training ln the public school, Character building and the educational valuo or pictures were discussed, sir. Cyrus Johnson and Mr, D. W. Quails taking principal parts in the discussion. Other teachers present were Misses Maud Brown, Fannlo Young Eftlo Young, and Messrs. A. II. Song. Victor Walter Singleton and Dennle Gooch. The ladles or King's Mountain sorved a good dinner w blch was much appreciated by all present. d, Buys Her Shoes Here o It is with pleasure that we recom- DANVILLE WOMAN READS I. J. IT PAYS. ADS mend Jesse D. Wearen, the Insurance Mnn, Stanford, Ky., and the companTho effectiveness of Interior Jour ies represented by him for their prompt attention and liberal settle- nal advertising has again (been clearly demonstrated recently. Mr. W. P. ment ot losses. (Signed) Klncnlci told his pony.nfter one Inser P. & T. B. HAMMONDS. tion ot an r.ivcriismuent in the farm column, and had Inquiries beforo the HOW GOOD NEWS 8PREAD3 years old and travel most paper had been olf the press halt an "I am 70 of tho time," writes B. F. Tolson, or hour. Ellzabot(Iitown, Ky. "Everywhere I Ijist week Postmaster Florence go I recommend Electric Hitters, be- rented a cottage In Darstbown, alter cause I owe my excellent health and one Insertion of an advertisement. vitality to them. They elfeot a cure every time." They never fall to tono and had other Inquiries. the stomach, regulate tho kidneys One ot the best things heard or and bowels, stimulate the liver, in- lately waa the case ot a prominent vigorate the nerves, and purity tnu strength, vigor and health that's a woman ot Danville, who comes to dally Joy Try them. Only 50c. Stanford to buy her shoes. She takes Satisfaction I positively guaranteed the- Interior Journal orcourse and by Penny's Drug Store. watches for tho shoe ads. She says that she knows tnat she can alwsys THE GRATITUDE OF uoarur get better bargains and ELDERLY PEOPLE StanUoeb nut to whatever helps give getting Just what she wants In them esse, comfort and strength. ford than In Danville, so drlvei over Foley's Klduny Pills cure kidney and here, to buy her footwear. The old bladder diseases promptly, upd give some; so Is certainly going comfort and "reller to elderly people towtf everybody get busy and bor;4.. Shusars and Tanner. - PLAYING SOME BALL. coe defeated Hustonvlllo there during tho fair by score of 10 to 1 and then beat Moreland last Saturday by 8 to I. Liberty has developed a sensational" young pitcher by the nume of Wood-ruiwho seems to be setU' woods on tire. Reports from there are to the effect that he strut k out 22 men In the game with Hustonvlllo. ThU Is certainly going some and It the youugster can keep up this kind , of work, he la going higher. The Liberty base ball team Is making quite a roputatlon for Itself. It JlHittto(ttAA t 1tty9w41449 ? aiajaStSllklku,dili,d.a.a... wmrwwimwmmwmwimmmmmmmiii. . xgMMsBLmZzzZtz JMLsHHsjfpJflBafSf.w.Plfcsi limiimmmiimpir LAAi Complete Dispersal Sale Of The Finest Herd of Mules And Brood Mares In Cen-tr- al Kentucky 130 ! 1 BHUHH 130 - MULES AND BROOD MARES Having Sold My Home Farm And Deciding to Change My Business, I Will Sell Publicly On WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 7th lf 10, to-wi- mile South of the Beginning at 9 o'clock a. m. Sharp, at my Home Farm, one-haRailroad Station, on Somerset street, Stanford, Ky., the following property, t: is the CHAMPION MULE JACK OF Six Years Old, sired by Bill Goebel; he by the great Joe Blackburn, that sold for $1,825. Samson Kentucky hairs KENTUCKY, his colts having won more premiums at the Kentucky State Fair, the Blue Grass Fair and several Central Lawrenceburjr and PcrryviUc Lexington, n '08 and '09 than any other jack's colts; as well as at the Lancaster, Danville, Harrodsburg. year, the only fairs at whichthey have been skown to date. This Jack Will be Sold at 1 o clock SHARP I Fairs, this ONE JACK NAMED SAMSON, 3. half of them Maw. Nearly all broken to work, Twenty Colts, half of them Mares,-- 1G Yearlings; half of them Mares; 20 Mules that cigh 3,000 lbs, Fourteen Mules, from 3 to 8 years old, including one pair Premium Horse rhePl;earLhow mules. I Have Won 175 Premiums in W, '09 and '10 to ate which is more J 'Twent o in this Sale. except three, I sold last fall, dealer in this State can say. All the mules I won the premiums on, two-ycar-ol- "M " 60 BROOD HARES "t fi Bred to 2 Jacks, Forty to 2 My Great Mule Jack, Samson. 60 ; DRAFT STOCK; WEIGHT ABOUT 1,100 LBS. DRAFT STOCK WEIGHT FROM 1.100 to 1.200 LBS. DRAFT STOCK; WEIGHT FROM 1.100 TO MOOUBS. to 20 IyEAROLDS- DRAFT STOCK; WEIGHT FROM 1,100 to 1.500 LBS. 14 to 1,600 Draft STOCK; WEIGHT FROM 1,100 to 1,110 toLBS. LBS. 1,600 10'ImoStH MOUTHED? DRAFT STOCK; WEIGHT FROM to HAVE COLTS THIS YEAR THAT AND ABOUT marps ARE BROKEN TO WORK ANYWHERE; ThI OTHERS WERE BOUGHT "V THE SPRING IN INDIANA, ILLINOIS AND MISSOURI. SALE; AND WILL BEHOLD ,LL pAY BETTER THAN A FEW GOOD T0DAy AND THERE HA8 DONT YOU NEED A FEW BROOD MARES? THER THEY HAVE 0ETTE" IvIar 5.YEAOLd!' 2 2 ii ft 2 T-- 2 ONE-HAL- F MT.J2m A FEW FARMING OF THIS WILL BE AN ABSOLUTE CLOSING OUT bALE M I kAB W , ETC. BE SERVED AT THE HOUSE TO ALL. DINNER WILL , ,,, . HAVE CONVEYANCES MEET ALL TRAINS ON SALE DAY. ..lej Pun.-n..In hand; over $10 a credit of 5 month, with 6 per eent Intere.t from date of aum. of $10 and under, ca.h TERMS--AII MY MULES, HANDSOME ANTIQUE FURNITURE. BROODMARES, Ing a bankable note. AUCTIONEERS I. M. DUNN and T. D. ENGLISH. IMPLEMENTS; MBxSIX HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN -- CHOICE SHETLAND PONIES. FURNHURE, INCLUDING SOME r . Jf i-- l J. II v. t H. v - Stanford, Ky. w Baughman, hit big cloilng out "?f Hon.W. H. Shankt wlll.have tale of mulee, mare, etc., at Stanford, i&j 6epL 6. iwmmnnnit!tiT!iiiiiiiiiiTtiTTi!iTiiiiiiim?Tit;iTiiiiitiininmil tyr"1 7r FIIIUAY, BKtTBMDItft !, 1910. 'W " y ' I'm1 'i-m- m1 - ... TUB INTERIOR r',' . "'-- ' t rst. ?.. r' IMOE THREE 4 JOUWUtt 3 4(ju tts:2S2:j:::$sttsssnxs3 mm mm mm mo mm mm mm mm mm mm mo mo ' 2 BIG SALE! IMWNI AT 0 b 0S Oft 0 I will offer for sale at auction at my farm between f0 00 c 00 00 00 00 00 00 the Crab Orchard and Somerset turnpikes, one mile from Rowland and twomiles from Stanford on 00 ' t. Tuesday, September 78 Head 1 6, 1910. a 0 $0 4 ? $o . & 01 Mules, Horses, Jacks & Jennets - o ?g 0 o 0 5 i m m 0 0 ,- - Ij v; Mature Jack; good breeder. 2 Yearling" Jacks; good size and well marked and well bred. 10 Jennets of good breeding and in foal to good jacks. 1 Suckling horse colt out of a Pence mare and by The WarfLeld. 1 Suckling hors6 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-bremare 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 san. of Gambetta Wilkes. 1 Yearling filly out of Preston mare by Beau Naboth. 1 Yearling filly out of Dorsey Golddust mare by Ashland Brook. 1 Yearling filly out of thoroughbred mare by Chester Peavine. 1 Yearling filly out of Marion Squirrel mare by Chester Peavine 1 trotting bred mare by Beau Naboth. d d two-year-ol- Wit 1S.--0 . Pm m jffte- 00 00 00 0 0 &m 0 0 00 ,00 00 $ 00 00 00 d 2 ft- MULES. ' f5 2 i : " . . r. . Suckling mare mule colt. 8 Yearling mules. mules. 38 mules. 5 1 mule. 1 two-year-ol- . d '.'-- s . three-year-ol- d d -'.. mm mm four-year-ol- t m z 900-poun- d CATTLE. feeders, 20 If not sold before I will also offer 40 good feeders and 20 head other cattle of different weight. good 1,100-poun- d 0 mm &m jm ?mm mm. 5$ H mm mm mm lOfirie II mm mm jmm "mm mm mm mm TERMS $10 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. VS HOGS. brood sow3, bred to farrow the last of September. f. mm mm. mm, mm mm mm mm mm mm W. H. SHANKS, J. II. Baugliiuna will have hti cloaiug out uale.of.. i-. Stanford,Ky. brood mares, uules,"Etc., Wednesday, Sept. 7. f- mm mm 'mm. mm. 2 -- ' 4 wJJJZZ2ZZmmmummmmmmmmmmmmmmfmmm.mmmmmmmmm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm - TAOE FOUB. -- THE INTERIOR DOINQ THEIR DUTY Scores of Stanford People are Learning the Duties of the Klunyt. JOURNAL FIUDAY, 8EITEMBBR 2, 1810. The KVBRY Interior Journal EatablUhed TUESDAY $1 1872. Fall Anri Winter Sultint I AND FIUDAY At 1. 1 Per Year In Advance. 8AUFLEY HELTON PublUher Entered at the Post Office at Stanford, Ky., as Second Class mall. President Tart's much talked ot letW. B McKlnley chairman of the Republican congressional committee, has been mnife public by the New York headquarters ot the commltee. The President said Hint all differences to the partr should be forgotten In the fall elections. Ho advised that nil branches of tho party abide the situation with respect to the tariff until cvldenco now being accumulated Khali justify changes In the rates. He discussed his pet plan for the revision of the tariff by Congress of Individual schedules after Investigation by tho tariff commission. ter to Head the record of Senator T. II, I'aynter In other columns of this Is eve. He has done splendidly In his lirst term in the upper house of the national congress and deserves an endorsement. The Census odlce has Issued a bul letin showlpg the population ot Great cr New York to be 4.766,883, which makes It the second largest city lu the world. BIG AT SOMERSET Firo destroyed the shoe' store of O. T. tlrlnstead In the Newtonian Hotel building at Somerset on Wednesday night. When the Are was discovered, the guests In the hotel were greatly alarmed and ran out in their night clothes, but no one was injured. The loss to Grinstcad will be S7.000 with FIRE My new fall and winter sample aro To filter the blooJ is the kidneys' now ready for your inspection. They dntr. comprise tho best on the market, I When they fail to do this the kid- can suit any one as to prico who has nejs are sick. many kldne Ills fol- his clothes made to order. A suit Backacho and made to your measure Is preforablo low. To have to ready made clotlies. Urinary trouble, diabetes. Doan's Kidney Plls Cure them nil. them made to measure doesn't cost Stanford people endorse our claim. any nioro than ready mado when Mrs. Nuncy A. Logan East Main St., quality and fit Is considered. Come scarcely In and let mo take your measure. "1 Stanford, Ky., says; 11. C. Rupley, the Practical Tallor.5 know how to expros my gTatltude to Doan's Kidney Pills for the benefit they brought me. When 1 began to In Memory to use them, 1 was In a miserable My bnck seemed to have condition. glyen out entirely and at times pained OF DAN 8MITH WHO WAS KILL-AHOOD RIVER OREGON. me terribly. 1 often became so .weak and lame that I was almost prostrat In loving rcinerubcrnnce ot our cou ed 1 was nlso anoyed by u frequent sin Dan Smith who) was killed In desire to void the kidney secretion Hood lilver Oregon Aug. 6th 1!)10. and ilic tassages were accompanied He was a son of D. D, Smith of tht 'by nu Intense burnlntc sensation Learning of Doan's Kidney Pills. I .McKlnney section, age 32 and lived procured a supply at Shugars and In McKlnney section until about sevTanner's Drug Store, and In view ot en jcars ago when he moved to Hood tho results I received, I can give them tho highest praise. Doan's Kidney Hher. He was united In marriage to 1'jlla not only relieved my bacache, Miss Lucy Oooch June 17 1896. To but restored my kidneys to a nor- them were born tour children, hlr mal condition. For tale by all dealuers. Price 50c. dear good wife having died some Foster Jlilburn CI.. Buffalo, Now three years ago. He was a hlgly re York, solo ugents for the United spected Christian hearted young man States. and liked by all who knew htm. Hemember the name Doan's and He has gone from his dear children take no other. and his wife for whom he willingly STILL FIGHTING IN ,. tolled for and loved as his life. Oh THAT WHITLE-CHURCGod bow mysterious and strange nre ways to take from us this loved In a tight at the Rock Creek Bap thy tist church in Whitley county, result- one in the best of his days. You arc ing from Henry Martin, clerk of the gone, oh loved one; gone beyond church, refusing to cash a check for thU eil ot tears but In memory you Goldman Troxell, Martin was shot will linger with us through the passthrough the back and killed. Rock Creek church is gaining ing years. But oh, our home Is so notoriety as a place for fatal encoun- sad and silent for your voice we bear ters. It was here a month ago that no mote . But we know father you the Kev. Isaac Vanover and the Rev. Isaac Henry fought a duel to the death and mother will grc-- t us when we all witn knives in the pulpit, Vanover be meet on that bright golden shore. ing killed. Troxell and Martin had From his cousins. Stella and Hannah never had trouble before. by I h -i M , ' . '' ' 'JRn At" 1K 1 lit J i y'. ;j 11 C insurance. Ur li only one war to III., There Mrs. Jacob Wllmert, Lincoln rure aeatneM. ana u or ronvmuiMwai by ol Uw found her way back to perfect health. Durntes u caused inai an untamed coodiuonrcmruK. llninc ot the Eustachian Tube. When thla Sho writes: "I suffered with kidney mueoua tnflamtd you hare a rumbllnc sound or !m tube la Deafla hearinf . trouble and backache and my ap- pcrtcct tbe result,and Jhta It the enure if closrd. can ber Inflammation and unless ness is out and thla tube restored was very poor at times. A few taleo hearing will be destroyed to lu normal condipetite torerer, nine cases tion, which Is nothing weeks ago I got Foley's Kidney Pills out ot ten are caused by Catarrh, mucous surfaces. tut an Inflamed condition ot the They We wtu tire One Hundred Dollars tor anybecue ot and gne them a fair trial cured Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot gave me great relief, so continued by Hall Catarrb Cure. Send lor circulars, free. perfect Sold by DrwfUU. fie. until now and I am again in rumot rticb tbe u kxt application-- ,tar. portion ot tb Deafness Cannot Be Cured Moreland. Mr, Mathlas Drlslcr 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 and daughter Mlt9 Huth Turner of Kvansvtlle, and Messrs. Chas. and Lloyd Wells of Cincinnati Ohio and Mrs. Iiettle Rector of Dunnvllle, were present at the Wells reunion last week. .Prof, and Mrs. E. U Urubbs and three children speff Saturday and Sunday in Liberty,- - (he guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fleece Ewlng. The former Is miller for Herren & Cundlff. e Messrs. James Hanson, Karl and John Best attended the Liberty fair Thursday. Mr. William McGIrr and Miss Moggie Fox and Mr D.. D. Fox, Jr., and Miss Elizabeth Fox and Miss Bculah McCarley uttended the Liberty fair Thursday. Miss Myrtle Morgan and Mr. Oscar Minks had a delightful visit Sunday Tim-berlak- health." Shugars and Tanner 5x55(555iSSiSS55SiXii 0 We Have This Season Kiiiiii Take UaU'ttamlly PUIS for constipation. .Hf A few 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. i ts3 H. J. McRoberts. Skin And Scalp Yieid to A Troubles 03333SeS3Se3Qe33 G. L. Penny K. Zemo. II. Coffey K. R. Coleman ) W iff U 3t issssssssssssssslr snlslslsttsesnA lsVstsnVsflsBrassiPsnV CLEAN LIQUID PREPARATION FOR EXTERNAL USE. swVQHV .ilslHBBrJHssnsnssSsflslsnsfe 7 HT W Tt sBsnMaJMllJfcsKBSsniyJsSsnwlm? Hm95rS&w&fimmVB449i JT Isi(Si9sHBaWVMIsiVsnsV -- 31 The Hoosier Drill With All th.. Latest Improvements with Mitts Lucqy A. Minor at D.tnvlllo .Miss Ellen Hughes, Miss Myrtle Morgan and their friends will spend Sunday at the Jumbo camp meeting. Mrs. Ada Fishback and two daughters, Virginia and Ada King, of Livingston, are visiting htr parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. II. King and other rela- give you n 32 page booklet Penny's drug store is so confident that ZKMO will rid the skin or scalp of infant or grown person ot pimples, blackheads dandruff, eczema prickly heat, rashes, hives, ivy poison or any other form of skin or scalp eruption, that they will ghe your money back If you are not entirely satisfied with the results obtained from ZEMO. The first application, will give prompt relief and show an Improvement nnd In every instnnro where used persistently, will destroy the germ life, loiiwng the skin In a clean healthy condition. Let us show you proof of some remarkable cures made by ZEMO and preserve the Store. skin. Penny's how to Drug Ics Cream Soda Water Phosphates Grape Juice Anda Large List of Genuine Thirst Quenchers At PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Btanford,aKentucUy. tives here. Died, at her home Aug. 28, Mrs. Sam Case She left a husband and several children to mourn her loss. Mr. liertram Shewmaker, wife and . WTn it iV. imilV irrc a""' iwpay "us a call. interest to vrtnho Read This if You Have Sheep. .'VZff'E: jr.TTJE mn luh YOU CAN BUY Your coal cheaper 2 FARMERS rvi. daugbjeis, are visiting friends here. Miss Carrie Huston has just recovered from an attack of typhoid feer. Several members of Mr. William Merrlhaus family are ill of typhoid fever. Little William Noel, son of Mr. ai.d Mrs Clyde Noel, has recovered from an attack ot measles. Mr. Emmons McClure and sister, M, U. Vhm Lmmbm-Morm Waol-Mo- rm Mutton Stock Repay m Care v Thsfawhsre proflbj are In sheep raislnc, but jou cannot ret lbs bl( cronta onleaa jou aeepjoor srWuli KM IIVUI wviium a right now than any J, L. Beazley & Co., w. a. time in the year. Furniture and Undertaking. Day I'liono 28. Let us fill yn: nH2fl Night Phono 133. FOX BHHsHH Miss Mabel McClure, of Moreland, bins with our Stanford, KenturHy. firo vlsltlDK their grandparents, Mr, RIDGE COAL at 13 McClure of nnd Mrs cts per bushel. Undertaker: and Embalm The ball garoo between Moreland CONCRETING Mmton-vllle- SBSBBBBBSBBBBEBBER KM tribble. A' . ami McKlnney resulted In 15 to 13 In favor of McKlnney, but our team was at somo disadvantage on account ot th? absence of our pitcher, Mr. Har- Clean Coal; No Slack. The care you give stock, espec ially In xeecunjr, is returnee to you ten fold in good hard cash. Keep your Horses, Cows, Sheep and Hogs In good condition and free from worms by feeding SALlYET salt is easy to feed and costs but little. Itputsthe animals' stomachs ThU wonder working medicated worms, not will poaUlTely claan out tie wrery other only to your absep. bot id animal on yon r place. This wonder work- IDarrenjeoj wiuu"u, lael worm.leaTlnc tbe animal free Ipdlieat and asalmUst ersry ounce ot food It eats. ejjf.Vpr la a wonaeriui iuuic uu con. diunner, ItcoeU but Ml bis cent s day a per bead to feed. IS e?FirrJi. manmaciurvii uy yuq .1 . v'mjkm, O. i L4Sieiauu,v ,,' S ris Rakestraw. The Woodmen of Moreland attended the Somerset fair In a, body. Phone 11. J. li. Baughman& Co. If you have anything to stll in tbe rj. Also Dealers In Furniture, Mattings.Rugi. They will exchange Furniture for ill Kinds of Stock. Give Them a Call. Prices Right. STANFORD. - KENTUCKY We are In position to do all kind, of concreting, such ae Jllock Work. Pavement and. In (aot, we can make any thing from a house down toafeue post. We can serve yon promptly and guarantee, work and material. Call and get onr price before you buy your material at least. first-clas- Harry Jacobs, Dealer In and Manulucturnr of PHILLIPS BROS., Stanford, Ky. .... Ji!- - .1 .! t 3tm1& and Intestines In perfect condition, so that every particio oi iooa hoinn.tul ain,l fiu.lfTillatl SalmVUt does its work quickly and positively, package for 7S cents. , A B, K. ru It U Banuiaetatwl CUtaland. OUo. l. .? y Pence BrOS.,stanford, Kentucky. Markcri and Poit, , ctnctry and Law Vaste and HoUeei. Office and worki, Mo Kluurjr, Ky, Tako to OHIO VALLEY EXPOSITION CIO TO Aug. 29 Sept. 24, 1910. Nunnelley's New Stock Yards A magnificent parnuo will tako Canon's rte.taurant Lancaster, Street Htnnford. K. He btmanu sel s every day in tho 3 hour to pun a given point will Meali served avail hours up to II iao. x. Beit place iu wn for a good yolck year except Sunday. Bring on mark tbe opening ot the Ohio Valley meal, Exposition, Aug. 29th 1910. Special Oooklng to yourtock. Vest market iu tult oar cuitomeri our specialty low rates to Cincinnati, O., via tbe the Ktate with plenty of Bplendld new line ot fancy Q. & C. route have been placed in Groceries. ed and water bo st covered pen., outsido oi Louleville or Lexington. effect. Aik ticket agent (or particu- KetOeSee.sandwIchM, plw, Buttermilk STANFORD, KY, "We also do a general hitch and feed btuiiiess. lars. W. A. Beckler, General listen-ge- r as4 iwet Milk, etc., at all tisaet. STOCK - Hi Marble and Granite Monu- ments, When Hungry HHsHsPSIBBwT t, Agent, Clcclawttl, 0. 5 FKIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1510. : THE INTEHIOR JOURNAL PACK F1VB i . . lip Buying Goods 2w JRSwI I II sH4 LH "0 IBM wik t . Our buyer is In the market this week looking for and buying the Ours has been for 20 years. Stores have come and done, but this very DCH tnc.marKct anorus. store remains. Wc believe the nolicv of this store is the rcalt'caus c By the 15th of S;ptemb:r wa will have an excellent assortment of Of of its growing prosperity. me lines we carry. Our motto is: "Your Money's Worth." As lorn! as we offer our Feeling that we value vour nntrnn.-iD-p- . he It tariff nremll Dry GddoJ, Shoe, Skirts, Suits, Cloaks, Underwear, Blankets, Our every effort is to as?urc vou that nn where iIr will vnu ifnt nrii services to the people this will be our policy. When this policy fills EtC ? .. we fail. a square ueal as you get at this store; and at no other store could you nave spent your money to better advantage. f . . T!nr! l H1.. f. m ubKiu lu lil.lll nuw i maKC an cnrlV la V it In nur elnrn In cool I the new gooks and learn the reasnnali!enr nt ntir nrS A Healthy, Growing Business You Go Out Here ..... SEVERANCE & SON, iting Stanford, Kentucky. 1 K i 1 S& ' J Vrat J W Ireland held the teach .There is & now lino of 25c box 'special values nt Icnnys Drug ers Institute at Mnysvllla this week Mr 11. C Wrny Is attending tho Wore. Somerset fair this week. Mr. Kalo P. Mll'.r left Wtdnesdsr PERSONALS t a resuwj her wcrs (or Pittsburg, I In tho SUUo S3 ml for tho lillnd. Mr. J. B. Uruco Is sojourning nt Mr. and Mrs. Will Soveranco and Mrs. Cathcrlno McClary ipeut MonKliilr Springs. Mrs. Annie Engleman bos Leon 111 day In Cincinnati. Mlts Sarn West, ot Harrodsburg, iTvtb acuto Indigestion. Mrs. this morn- who has been tho guest of Miss Luclnda Lutes loft Alice Ljtle, has returned home. ing tor Illchmona to bo with friends. MUs Alice Singleton, ot Waynes-burvisiting Mrs . MUs lary dMc.n Is tho guest of her brother, Watson at Mt. Vernon. Singleton and family Mrs. W C. Craig and Mrs. Supt. Garland Mr. and guests MUs Mamie Singleton has Just relltckley, of Virginia, wcro a visit to her aunt. Thursday ot Mrs. and Mrs. Jas. Wil- turned home from Alfred Parmer Is assisting Lee li am s. Itupley In Saw lloblnson'a during the Col. Josh Swopo tho popular Clr-luvn T.lness ot the populnr proprietor. Clerk, has returned from his Miss Claudia Carter who has been cation spent at Kllxlr Bprlngs some Miss Ues-sl- e suffering with typhoid fever for Miss Ilertha Veach and weeks, had a rclaps and her coi Altord. ol Louisville, are the dltloij Is very serious. guests of MUs Molllo Daughtery. MUs Ella May Saunders Is In Prank Miss May Waters of Danville, Is Mrs. Joo CofMiss Mary fort visiting Mr. and spending a few days with fey. Jane Tamme. Mr. L. W. Joodo of Chicago, was and Miss Mrs. W. U. McKlnney tho guest of bis sister Mrs. B. D. Nancy Kathcrlne. aro nt the Carter for a few days. cd Elixir Springs this week. . .1.1- ;- 111. .. ... , Miss Herta Jean Penny has return w. Mil Virginia uuu.-- ui a M.lt to Mr. James Sautter has accepted a nlco portion as or- do from llunt-.t.rasi.-- . -.caiilst of the llnptlst thtirih at .I MUs Mary Uurch accompanied her lngton, West Virginia, nuu 11 is Mr. Sam Uurch to his home able thai she will bo there perman- brother M bo nis In Tuscaloosa, Ala., and ently this winter. whlcn zanonc. gum rnr a few days. After . Misses Julia and Margaret v,..- - she goes to SUnnton.J;.. to tea of Unca.ter. are the attractive j, Mattle Mr. T. B. Urlght nr of MUs I.cna Traylor. were mar- 11. 1. Mrfiofxlwln. of Danville, Mesdames Hettle McKlnney, W. nt. the Olbson House In CinclnMcKlnney, J. T. Embry and Misses ri.,! i... ciiinhr Mnnto Fox and Mc " Annie McKlnney Nancy Kathcrlne Minn Laura Lyne. ot Henderson, si Kinney, Mary Uruco and Sotle Alcorn tor of the bride, were the only at' tbo week nt Elixir . are spending tendants. I, fiBrrlOE. r .Huv E. K. Voung, wife anrf baby. Mrs. James H llaughman has re Louisville wbero she at sYjof Harlan, are tho guests of Mr. C. turned from funeral ot her grnndmoth family, at .n,i.i ih WM, Young, His father, and E. Hopper, who passed Highland. Hex. 'Voung will attend the or. Mrs Eva 68 ears Palntsvlllo nwny there Thursdny. aged Conference nt , oho wnii the widow of the lato Ucv .next week. Hopper and was a native ol Mrs. Luther Ulbbn unl Mlsi Mnry Itobeit '' Danville, tho daughter of WllUnm f' Walker, of Paint Lick, spent Friday n,.nrnn When 17 yenrs old she was f ;w1lh Mrs J C Hajs-;.- , Logan, married to William Tlnsloy A'.tuost n hundied Irlcnds of MUs ... .1 ititttin Locan and Mrs. of the IMbb'4 lillllCi . fJewull Snoonamarc, the late .Mrs v .11.. n ..turmml" her last Ve.ln.s-- i naugbn.an's mother, day night and n dcllghttul evening Kd Carter. 1 rt far-lam- Miss Syba Rivers, of Ilcdgevlllo will go to Franklin, Ind., this week to visit relatives Mrs. Jenno Ely, who has been vis.Mrs. Marvin H. Adams In Danville, has gone to Eubanks, where she will spend a few days with relatives before going to Knoxvlllo for a visit. Short Local News. . Huff Orphlngton cocl.ercls C. C. Withers. Your kidneys may be of long standing, It may be either acute or chronic, but whatever It Is Foley's Lost, ladles' coat on Lancaster pike. Kidney Remedy will aid you to get prcttyhQrce. Keturn to this offlco and receive rerid of It quickly and restore your Mr. Alger Weddlu, who Is ono of ward. Joe Chenault has had a force of natural health and vigor "One bottle Moreland s best ball players, is men at work cleaning up tbo school cf Foley's Kidney Remedy made me the Somerset fair well." said J, Slbbull of Grand View, ... For Sale. 30O Im.haU nt buildings to be ready for the opening Wis. Commenco taking it now. ShuIons . Thomoson Ilron . Kini-1- . imm. Lost Plain gold bracelet, Iteward of school on Monday. gars and Tanner. tain, Ky. is.t for return to this olTlce. 53.4 for tale. Complete lino of druggets, rugs and Col. Dan McCollum has Just comIcnollums. W. A. Tribble. pleted extensive repairs and Improvements to the famous McCollum House Lost. Dox of Irish crochet left on at Junction City. He has had a new- L. & N. Kastbound train last wook. coat put on from top to bottom, new Iteward for return to Mrs. W. II. papering and other work dona and Wearcn. . this popular hostelry is as neat and Constipation and Indigestion are new as ti pin. It Is doing a splendid twins. They kill people Inch by Inch, business aiid becoming more popular sop life nway every day. Holllstcr's than ever with tho truvellng public. Ilocky Mountain Ten removes tho Clarence E. Tato Is having some cause; drives the disease away. .30c extensive repairs and Improvements Tea or Tablets. Shugars and Tanner. made to his home on Main street. Ho Attention I Sly store will bo open Is having hardwood floors laid thro'-ou-t for tho next three weeks and I will and other work dono which will have for sale, retail or wholesale, the add much to the attractiveness of the remainder of my stock of hardware SAFE MEDICINE FOR CHILDREN. Foley's Honey and Tar Is safe und cffectlvo medicine for children for children as It does not contain opiates or harmful drugs. Get only the genuine Foley's Honey and Tar In tho yellow package. Shugars and Ilend the ad or the show which comes here next week. This' Is said to be one of the best attractions or the Jtind xm the road and hos given satisfaction everywhere It has shown In the state. d H 4 t. A new supply Country Store. of table ware at the A new stock of grain New IVorla and New drills on hand. Superior. See them beforo buying. W. H. Hlgglns. Lost, a nalr nf miii In Stanford, Saturday evening. luru io mis oince, A nice frininVi...Jte- ... .... .. it the Country Store A new KUtmlW Of line wagon and buggy whins dnllnr itio Country store. lltrhna nt For Sale The house on East Main street known as the Pennington place. Apply to T. V. Pennington. r I nnt 1600 nice toruutoes C. i -.- " A HINT TO THE WISE. Atlanta, Ga., Cummins & Weareh, Stanford, Ky., Gents: ,.T i 1 r -- 8-2- 1, 1910 ..... i !! Have WUlll anuto aix in !,...-rs-.- ir tV . S ,- - Special." If you have another pair same as last, let me know and I will send you money order fpr $3.50. And if you do not have my size in stock, can you get them for me your never had a real pair until I bought 00&90 0 0 o &$$e JiJ "Fellow-Craf- uui n, " U.M s. The .Minks House at Moreland is rapidly forging to tho front and so Fan-IStanford. heavy Is the trade becoming that frequently two pages of the register nre , For Four room cottace on Darst Street, See J. C. Florenco at tilled In a day. Col. Abe Minks Is proving a very popular host He has Post office. i painted andjfpproved his hnuso from top to bottom and Is doing a big Lost. Ulack boar shoat; weight 75 pounds; nip otf left ear. Please Her parents here, Mr. and Mrs return to Stevo nice. J. N. Menefee, have Just received news of the narrow escape which For Kent A large storeroom on Mrs. Oeorgc P. Maury, together with Main and Liberty streets, Hustonville her young baby daughter, Eleanor, Is In first class shape. Apply. to J. J. had In the Robin Wood Hospital at Pittsburg, Pn., where the little ono Allen, Hustonville. 53-was born Tast week.' Mrs. Maury was still confined to her bed when tho Bread Is the staff o' life, therefore wing of tho hospital In whlcn she wa have It good by using domiciled, caught Hre. She and oth BALLARD'S OBELISK er patients wero quickly moved from FLOUR. Every sack guaranteed the dancer zone, and suffered no T. D. NEWLAND, harm or inconvenience. EXCLUSIVE AGENT. Hon. W. 11. Shanks Is having the foundation laid on his lot on Logan resi Wanted CiuniMpoltian Magaslno avenue for a handsome requires tho services of a represent.--, dence, which will bo erected by Con the in Stanford to look after subscrlp tractor J. It. Powell. .Mr. Shanks tlou renewels and to extend circula proposes to build one of the most contion by special methods which have venient nnd comfortable homes iu y frame proved unusually successful. Salary the city. It will be a commission. experi- heated by furnace, with electric Iight3 and. Previous ence deslrnblo but not essential. and all other modern conveniences. Whole time or spare time. Address Tho plans were drawn by the Combs with references, H. C. Campbell, Cos- - Lumber Company, of Loxlngton, said 17S9 llroadway. to be tho largest firm of home design r.'.epoll'nri 53-em In the state. Now York City day, Sept. ket price. iU-nt- Will Ueo. 11. par highest by Tues mar The tax books for 1910 are now ready. Settle now and avoid the rush and confusion of waiting until the last day. W. L. McCarty, Sheriff. Lost. Card and pass case containing several penna it. H. annual passy. c. Ayer Co., Lowell. Mau. medicine doctors cannot endorse, es for no self and wife besides visitproducts must be absorbed. Then you have ing cards and many other papers. Without daily action of the bowcU poisonous Impure blood, biliousness, headache. Ask your doctor about Ayer's Pills for constipation. Finder kindly hand same to J. N. Mcnefce, Stanford or rorwalrd to Wilifarnsport ,Pa., Iteward. L. E Car53-penter. 2 strength increases What Is a "tonic"? A medicine tone of the whole system. What is an "alterative"? or A medicine that alters or. changes unhealthy action to healthy action. Name the best "tonic and alterative"? Ayer's Sarsaparilla, the only Sarsaparilla entirely free from alcohol. Ask your own doctor all about it. Never take a Not a Drop of Alcohol the that m 'f Ml EviLiroJD onuto x,'i-'- FOR ME - - $3.50 And $4.00. - -We are now receiving our l M K NEW FALL STYLES TX OX J two-stor- y W. E. PERKINS, I J W. O. Martin two-stor- L. I L.R. Hughes CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY Mlnp, T. V. Humble 3 t ooo 0 0 0 0 00000 g 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 NEW FALL SIMM.!: very-beautifu- lat.once. am A Yours truly. - I R. A. P , Atlanta, Ga. ,v. We have just received the above let 0 ter and it shows what our customers think of our $3.50 SPECIAL SHOE. FAHMKIltJ THINK OF THIS ! All grain deposited tho Fnmo depth. This lue travels tho en mo depth ns ho disc. No looeo dirt can fall into the furrow until afrer the feed is pepositcd, No seed ever cotues iu contact with the disc. Como in and look at it. HRSSbWKHbW o Cummins ' & Wearen, F W. H. VWv pn STANFORD, KENTUCKY. Stanford, Kentucky. fw P s HICGINS, n Jt 1 0 ft 0 0 0 0 0 0 ft 0 ft ft ft ft We have just received line of New Fall Ginghams. Band trimming and colored Embroidery to match. Also a full line of blue grass Madras in all colors. Cal);and see them before you buy. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD, l 'W ff p s p F W L. KENTUCKY --1 iflHii i ,ut ffifa,idJMft.'.ir JVU.a- - fjllWHWlM riMri BiiiA'nhilfr 'ii -- viwi"yw r asVyiT''V '' m i' wmmtmkiw9mtmnT'1 mmm'-t sv, I'AOK BIX THE INTERIOR JOUHNAI,. FRIDAY, UEPTKMBKR 2, 1910. 'mmmmm"'mam When You Think Terr month It makes the rfentlcnett end kindness alwers essoel miracle. ted with womanhood teem to be almost White in fenenl no women rebels efainst whet the a natural necessity there It no, woman who would at not llsdlr be (reo (rom thle recurring" period of pala, re-tr- J. H. KENNEDY, KENTUCKY Will be Glad to i 01 the pala which rainf women experience with RICHMOND, ...J v Serve any of his Lincoln County It tatabllahaa rtiBlarltft aubdata latlaw mala weakaeas. Dr, Pltrct'u Farerlta Praacrlptlan makta weak woman atroai mad alck womta we, and jlrea I htm traadam from pala. mod nation, htata ulceration carta frtt. All correspondence strictly private and sacredly Write without fear and without fee to World'e Dispensary Med con6dential. leal Association R. V. Tierce, M. D., President, Buffalo, N. Y. If you want a book that tells all about woman's diseases, and how to euro stamps to Dr. Pierce to pay cost of mailing; them at home, tend 21 one-ce, and he will send you a frtt copy of his (reat thousand-pag- e illustrated Common Sense Medical Adviser re.vised, edition, In paper covers. 31 stamps. In handsome cloth-bindin- SieV women are Inrtted to eoniult Dr. Pierce by letter. Jr Friends and quaintances, REPRESENTING Ac- PETER BURGHA RD, OF LOUISVILLE, AT WILL BE GLAD TO EXHIBIT PRICES. DESIGNS OF MONUMENTS REASONABLC ALL WORK GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION IU Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford, Kentucky. : COMING --- See What They Have Done RECORD OF MULES J. H. BAUGH-MAWILL SELL SEPT. 7. Ky., Aug. 117. HildCl - milt'llllcM Pavilion Shows Coming. Stanford one solid week starting SEPT. 5th. At Opera House Presenting the best singers, dancers and comedians that money and experience can put together. ' This Too Much Cussing SO AGED KING'S MOUNTAIN GER CAUGHT A FINE LOG- CAPITAL SURPLUS RESOURCES $ S fiO.OOO.OOv 0.000.00 S310.000.00 W M. SiH. SHANKS, PRESIDENT' J" B PAXTN' BRIGHT. CASHIER, BdfeXftffiPitt"' A83T CA8M show presents one feature that nt other showin America A to certify that J. II. Uaugti-maof Stanford, Kr., waj awarded tho largest amount of premiums ot any exhibitor In the mule department at the Kentucky SUto Fair of 11)0 and that ho was also tho largest prize winning exhlh'tor In tho fiule departtime, ment nt tho 1!0S Kentucky State Fair KKX1UCKV S'lATB FAUt, J. W. Nswman, Soc'y This Is Arch Morton, who Is about 70 r-- OIREOTORSt i old, was lined 2.60 and llii W. O. Walker, Suinfonl; S. H. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter.SUnford by Squlro Slnrte'.on at King's John 11. Foster, Stanford; W. II. Shanks, Stanford; T. O. I tan- Mountain Wednesday cm n chargo ot kin, Lancaster; J. It, Paxton, Stanford; V. II. Traylor, .r.a.-mlng- HAYS FOSTER, CLERK. ' .ianjwesent. Mj- c- moral and interesting exhibition that is different from V, any tent show seen in this part of the country. A clean, Lexington, Ky., Aug 20 liUO To whom it may concern: lhls Is to certify that Mr. J. if Uaughman ot Stanford, Ky., has won the largest u mount ot mono? won !)' any exhibitor In tho departmet for seem using abusive and profane lunguage Gilberts Creek; R. L. Hubble, Lancaster; to Mrs. Isabella Padgett, who Is herII. Cummins, Preachers villc; Lilburn Gooch, Gilberts Creek, self well advanced In years. Tho troublo Is said to hao arisen over nn effort Ilortou mndo to induce Mrs. Padgett to allow hor )oung son to work for him In getting out los. STANFORD, KENTUCKY Attorney T. J. Hill represented Her-to- ORGANIZED IN J 882. while County Attorney W. S. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. llurch prosecuted. SURPLUS EARNED, $22,000. n. Wt a H FIRST NATIONAL BANK, mulrs at the llluc Urnss for thrco in America. consecutive years, lauS, lUO'J. 110. 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CUT FLOWERS FOB SALE! with the twst. an lurnlsu the publlo flowers, plants as This stock Is all good and sound o( as the tro shest ot cut Pedigree kind, bulbs, potted flowws.oton short subject to be registered. wrentbs specialty Vallee. Also make a Will also sell tor tor funeral purposes. above, I have all furnished at sale. In connection with tbe about 31 & acres of unimproved land. fclnds o( vegetables on baud at reasonable STEPHEN L. WALKER ""oiUUHTMANnKKKN IIOUHRH. KbllUUHAlIU, I'HOU. Information Phone 329 Y, Lanbtau9rd,Ky. For caster, Kentucky, sheep. Si x; " VflUP mXaJaalWaWmaaaaaaaXaWfii V twm.mllFaaama-mWVtavwsusjv HBMrtS ZmaMMBmGmmtafaataMJk- ' SisWiiiriiiinHklH UMk.m.a lisi mmaaaaWaaWmm a JMMI H T Regeneration have an Idea that our quest li going to be tucceiiful thli morning," Iretfirned Langford, eagerness flushing, jhla thin face, "I hope ao, sir," answered the other i"There la somebody on the Island, for the have lighted a Ore It ahould ho a signal. It might bo savages of some kind." "It's not likely. Whr ahould ther algnal a (hip? And how ahould there (be savages on a lonely laland like thli, 00 mllea away from any other land! 'You may dapend upon It, captain 'tis ome castaway who wanta help, and why not she? Indeed, I am aure It .Sf iBuit be," of the man'a confidence infected the old tailor, He took up the glasa from where It lay on the cabin ikyllght aad going forward stud-leSomething d the lilaad. "Tla one of thoie volcanlo Islands, 1 Uke it," he aald aa he came back. "It seems to be covered with treea. There la a hill riling from the mid it of It The Ore la oa the top. There should be an encircling reef round bout It, and deep water up to the Try barrier." "Could you aee anything else?" "No, air. No gtaaa would re real store at this distance. Try for yoaraelf, Mr. Longford." lie headed the btnoculara to the rner, but hla own tcrutlny revealed fiothlng more than the captain had any-Ufai- g told him. "How are we going nowt" ho aald, looking over the aide. "About eight, I ahould Judge, air," aaswerod Harper. "Let ui have full spoed until we get Dearer" The captain turned and spoke a "word to the second otacor, who signaled to tho engine room, and In a few momenta the motion of the great veesel through the water was percep-jtlbl- y accelerated. "Have you had your breakfast, Mr. Lang-for- d asked the captain, at last. "Not yet" Then if youll allow me, sir, I think on would better get It We won't be srlttta landing distance of that Island tor aa hoar or as hour and a half. In tact, well presently have to slow (Sewn. I dea't like to dash In full tilt ao near Uad through these unknown water, aad yon will do well air, to go talew aad get a bite to eat" "Tour advice ta good," said Lang-lord- , tuning away and entering the cabin. Never had man lees appetite than fee. Somehow, he oould not tell why, be felt ertala that this which would be hla last attempt would not prove EnetUeee; that hla search hitherto un, avalUng would now be rewarded. He toe time to the chart of t&oee seas. It waa quite possible he thought for the woman to have made that particular Island before them from the point at whloh she had left the taip. The more be studied It the more sure he became. He forced him-aeto break his fait, but In a short time he was on deck once more, The Island waa perceptibly nearer Capt. Harper was forward staring through tho glass. Itunnlng along the waist Langford Joined him on the forecastle. "Can you make out anything?" said te young man, catching the old one )y the arm. ;f"Ay." was the answer. 'Is the there!" he asked, hoarsely, his heart in his mouth, 'There is a figure on the weather tide of the fire yonder " "A figure!" asked Langford, trem-Minso be could scarcely control "Is It a woman V "I can't tell. It'a too far off." "Giro ma the' glass." "I make out another figure. There are two of them," returned Harper, slowly lowering the glass and banding it to Langford 'Two'" cried the other, rapidly focusing the glasa, disappointment In his tone which be strove to keep out of his heart. "You are right" he aald at last, "there aro two figures, but 'tis Impossible to make them out" He handed the glass back to the captain, who In hit turn fixed It again upon the Island. "They are going down the hill," said Harper. "I have lost them among the trees. We are approaching awlftly," be continues. "Mr lloitxman, sair apeed, If you please." Bella Jangled below aa Mr, Holts man rapidly set the Indicator and the speed of the yacht waa quickly "cheeked. She still approached the la- land with auateleat rapidity, however, aad after perhasi 16 minutes of easy gelnf. Cayt Harper ajjaaled hay te "Very good, air." r 4 tf g him-ael- f. 4 THE BEST OFFER EVER MADE ' u. Home and farm one full year, regu50c lar price. Uncle Rtmus Home Magazine, regu$1.00 lar price. Good Houiekcper full year, regu1.50 lar price TPe Evntrlg Post, dally, 3 months, $1.25 The Interior Journal your home $1.00 paper full year, 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 offr Is not good where the a Evening Post has an agent "I would have the world'a comment on what I aay when I say It." What Is "The world's comment! the world's comment to me?" "A test a trial of your feelings! If It breaka my heart, you must kaew." "If you fee that way about It," aald the man resolutely, "you need tell me nothing at alt." It waa a brave thing to say, for her mysterious words filled him with dubiety and dismay. He had no Idea what It waa that the could tell him. He had no experience by and through which to embody her vaguo hlcta Into something real and tanglblo. He knew that he was terribly grieved, and but tnnt he had no way to describe the pain of Jealousy, he would have said that he was racking with that unhappy emotion. ho repeated "Tell me nothing," again, "If It grieves you." "Are you afraid of the test?" ahe asked, swiftly. "I am afraid of nothing, except losing you." "I am not worthy of you," returned the woman, "aa I told you, but If you will still have me If you will take me wben I have said what I must say, and when the world has said what it will say, then I shall be yours as long man, aa I live." "It Is well." said the man. "I wait 'CHAPTER XIV. the ahlp now eagerly that I may thow you that what I have aatd it true." Past and Present. "The Ttttel la nearer now," the "How long do you think It will be before tkey will be here?" asked the said at last rising from where they man, after they had tat silent on the had beea seated together upon the hill to wtadward of the Ire watching graaa absorbed la each other, and pointing seaward. the trail ef ameke. "Yes," he answered, "I can even "I abould thlak that it would be perhaps an bee? cr a little more. Why?" see the figures upon the deck." "Your brother men." the returned, after a moment' pause. "Will there be seme women oa the "Are you anxious to have them herer For the life of her she could not ship?"do "I not know," she answered, keep the bitterness out of ber ques- quickly "It Isn't likely. Do you with tion. The man looked at ber in surprise. She had never lost her temper to tee other women?" "None," was the Instant answer. "I bofore him in the yeara they had been my brothers would bring together. There bad been something wondered If singularly simple, free and unre- you sitters. That waa all." There wss absolutely no strained in their life. Nothing had tion about the man. There dissimulahad been ever occurred to vex her, at least not no coquetry about her. He would after the man had known enough to simply have failed entirely to undernotice It She was a woman of sunny, stand what It was. He waa aa honest( even temper under any circumstances, as straightforward, as absolute slm and she had felt It Incumbent upon her pllclty and sincerity must ever bJ to be as nearly perfect as possible, and tho had met blm exactly- on hla since she represented humanity to own ground It was Impossible, there- -. him. nor had It been a difficult task Vt foro, for her to misapprehend for her to be gentle. This flash of re- mere casual Interest sentment therefore, struck him aa She stood quietly studying the apsomething entirely novel. In his proaching vessel. As she did so. It amaxement for a moment he forgot came to her mind that there was some the Injustice of It the unklndness of It thing strangely familiar about the on He looked at her strangely and aald coming longer, ana snip, sne to her, with a lltttu touch of se- the conviction grew stared her When upon verity: she reallted it ahe clasped her hand "You know that It la not that to her heart with a sudden gasp and "Womnn." turned a white face upon blm. He He had no terms of endearment. nag all sollcitudo In an Instant He had never heard tho words that "What Is tho matter?" he cried lovers use, and although be knew that "Your face Is white; you look so her name was Katharine, and be be- strangely." lieved that his waa John, and though "It Is a sudden pain," she gasped! sometimes they made use of these terror ana dismay constricting net, names, generally they called each oth- throat. t er by the 'broad generic terms which She .wavered. He thought she Tvns stood for sex. Names are only for going to fall. Ho stepped closer to; In her ana put his arm about her. differentiation and Identification any event, and here was no need for "No, no!" she said, repulsing. suet appellation She loved to call It n th first rnmmnnrl ahn hurt hlra "Man," and she loved to hear hla given blm In those bygone days when;. call her "Woman." he bad stood dumbly before her. "You know," ho said, "that 'tis not I "No, no I" she pushed blm away. "I who brought the world npon us." shall be all right." "I waa unjust unkind," she an"And has the approach of men de, swered quickly enough, stretching out prived me of the privilege of touchher hand to him. "Yoj must forgive ing you?" he asked, wistfully. "What-I- s me. You aee even the approach of the matter?" yondecjihtp brings bitterness into our "Don't ask me now," tne answered. canant ai plain." uvarts szd ists cur rpeecs." The vessel waa nearer now and aa "I guessed that It would be so when I aaw you weep," aald the man. "I she stared It came to a atop and wish now that J had not given you the swung broadside to the reef. There flint and steel; that I had not allowed waa no mistaking It It was the Southern Cross. She knew it aa well aa she you to light the beacou," "My friend, It had to be. Don't re- knew ber own face. The thing which, proach yourself for that Sooner or she had drdlded ao when she fled from that vajsel la the lauaCB, which d later Uita Island would have been by some one. Sooner or later the she had drttded for a Una Jn the ship would have come to fetch ui first period of her sojourn QO the island, bad eeVe to pass. It Was the . Off." very yacht from which abe had es"Out we were ao happy here," he caped. TJaftubtedly It bore tbe man protested. from whom log. had fled. He had "Yea," she answered, "but not since cosse to claim ber. Of all the teemyesterday." ing Millions which the world held, this "Are you unhappy because I love was he whom she would fain have youf avoided, Rather ,aayone and every "Because," she made swift to reply, one had oome to her than hel What "I am no longer sure 'that you will would happen wbea these men met? love me always." The story that she would have told "Hut you love me, do you not" he htm in her own way bad the questioned, eagerly. iblp not appeared, the story that she "Yea." would have told him on ber decka, "Are you sure 0lr.0urselIt" had that" ship been other than It was, "Absolutely.'1 he must now learn' by the brutal force "Why net ol tae, then? Am I less .of circumstances,, through aome comtrue? Do J Jove Jess than you?" pelling necessity which she could not -Not aon." In any way influence or alter. She djfitrence between us, loathed tbe maa who was coming to "WhgJ v then?" . aid her. Her Christianity trembled In net more than a to the shore. Shall I call away the launch, or will you be rowed V The launch waa atowed amidships; the gig awung from the davlta. It would be quicker to take the gig, "I'll be rowed," aatd Langford. And la a moment the voice of the boatawaln'a mate could be heard calling away tho crew All handa were on deck. Tho conversation between tho captain and the owner had been heard by many, and their tenor communicated to nil, Consequently when the gig manned by six of tho best oarsmen In the ship dropped alongside and Langford descended to the atern sheets and took tho tiller In hla hand, the crew spontaneously manned the mil and sent him off with three ringing cheers. It did not Uke the men long to cover the distance between the motionless ship and the island. Aa they approached the latter, they perceived the barrier reef, which, unless they could find aa opening, would effectually areveat their getting on the shore.' Langford swung the boat about at a Judicious dUtaaoe from the reef, over which the aea always broke with more or lesa foroe, aad closely acrutlnlsed the llae of team. The coxswain of the boat who rowed the stroke oar alee followed with his eyes the Jagged reef. It waa he who detected the two aguree oa the beach of the island waving pelta breaches aad apparently pointing. He called the attestkm of Langford to the figures, and suggested that the inhabitants were trying to show an opening through the barrier. Following the Indicated direction presently smooth water waa discovered. Langford boaded the boat for it Tne men bent to their oars, and soon parted the quiet waters of tbo lagoon, The two figures stood In plain view upon tho beach still too far 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 loore tunic that fell to tho knees and left the arms bare. He was disappointed, and yet hopeful. The suspense waa almost unbearable. The men were doing their utmost, seeing the anxiety In hla face, but their utmost waa too slow for the Impatient half-mile fM tm oaMMa whole sex together In one ewreawiiarog thai who has no hatred and resentment In which tae man of the Island participated What experlenco to draw upoa," "You are my mentor," said the man, rorry Jest had blind fate played Upon gently "You have taught me all I her? She moved farther away from her know, but sometime I think that about some things I know more than companion under the Constraint Of you, and thla la one thing of which I these thoughts, and when he would haVo approached am euro." her nearer, she "Yes," said the woman, "you can flamed upon him In audden anger that be suro so long as conditions remain left him appalled. Cut under the In' aa they are at present, but other fluence of It he kept his distance, She saw the way of the yacht checked, Bho times, other manners" "You havo something to tell me?" snw the boat dropped from tho davlta and manned by the men. She saw a Interposed tho other, swiftly. figure, too far off to recognize, but Tbo woman nodded. "You said yesterday you would tell which ahe divined must be his, descend the battens from the gangway me Why not tell me now?" She saw the llttlo boat headed toward "Ilccaute " the shore. Then she turned fo tho She hesitated. man, Ho was standing with folded ' "Are you afraid to tell mo?" arms, his brow black as midnight, "Yes," the aald. ,t'MU staring out to sea. He knew nothing, "Afraid of what?" "Of losing you." "Danish that fear." "Hut 'tla not that that keeps me differ! that" "No man can say 18 A HUSTLER ISLATION IN pushing FOR THE i I PEOPLE, l Holds PlaCG Oil Many ImpOr- I tant Committees, Hla Decisions on the Kentucky Ap by petlate Bench Supported the United States Supreme Court. I nt'l silent" "What then?" nothing, comprehended understood nothing, suspected nothing. His only realization waa that she, hla gentle goddess, whom he bad loved, waa angry with htm, so far aa he waa concerned, without rhyme or reason or cause. The stoppage of the ahlp, the lowering of the boat Its approach to the laland were now mattera of Indifference bo hlra. She waa angry. He could think of nothing else and there waa bewilderment In his dismay. Nothing had given him power taraolve the enigma of her conduct Where ahe gased with serious intentness, he looked Ilstlettly. Her heart tmote her again. The sense of Justice upon which she prided herself came to ber rescue, She stepped close to him and laid her hand upon hla arm. "Forgive met" she murmured and her heart leaped within her bosom to meet the great flush of pleasure. In hla face as he responded Instantly to her caress and her appeal. "You said you knew men," tbe man asked as they threaded their way through tbe trees and won the hill along the familiar path, "do you know anyone on that ahlp, do you think?" The question was an absurd one un- Frankfort, Ky. Few United 8tatci senators In tho middle of a first term have had aa much cause to feel satis-flewith the standing they havo attained as Thomas H. I'aynter, of Kentucky. Not only are his committee assignments oil that he or his friends could reasonably have desired and expected, but during the three years and little more that Senator Paynter has been in tho upper branch of Congress he has made a number of speeches that havo been pronounced decidedly creditable. He has from time to time, when h really bad, something to say and felt that he could accomplish something for the benefit of bis constituents or for the general welfare of tbe nation, presented hit, views. d der almost any other circumstances than that Yet chance had shown him the one point In her armor and hla had Innocent and casual question driven into her soul a stab. Evasion " - should have been easy. Indeed, his trust in her was so great that deceit would have been atmple. But she had always told him the truth and she could not begin now. "Yet," she tald, "I think I do." He ttopped abruptly, illumination and anguish, the light of pain In his soul.. "Waa It because you know that man that you suffered ao on the hill?" "Yes," she said, again forcing ber self to speak. "le be one of those who loved you?" "He said so, "And you, did you love him?" . "1 bate him." "Why?" aaked the man sternly. "Had he Injured you In aome way?" "In the greatest way," ahe answered with deepening gravity. And here her tense of Justice pricked her. "But it was partly my fault" "And have you forgiven hlmT" he asked with a little softening of his voice. To him forgiveness was as natural and Inevitable as breathing. In his 'ethics there was no other course. He had never bad anything to forgive, be it remembered. STu was not so true to her standards aa tbe man she had Senator Paynter participated from time to time In the tariff dcbatrrdarinic the special session, and tbroughonfthe long contention never cast a vothe for an Increase of duty upon any article. but voted always to levy and collect; Helpa Shape Legislation. duties upon a revenue basis. Aa will bo shown further along In Assigned to Judiciary CommttteT-- It this article, Senator Paynter has acIs considered a high compliment complished considerable in tho way legislation during his term. He is for any ono to bo assigned to memberof a member of seven committees, and ship on the Judiciary Commltten of tho Senate. Most of the lawyer In- " tho Senate hope sooner or later to gel n place on this committee. Many of x the newer Senators have ruiplratlons In this direction, but they are not se- lectcd even when their chances appear to be good. After serving only two sessions the Democratic Stocrlnt Committee and the Republican Committee on Committees unanimously decided! to Increaso tho membership of tbe Ju- - " dietary Committee In order, to give- tHBI HtlsssETjsflsW Senator Paynter a place; onilU- It waa fit 74? v as unusual a compliment as It was a' flattering one that tha "tVntiioky. Sen- - -ator had extended toHlmr- Araong many other pieces' of legist-latlon Senator Paynter has been prom-- inently connected with tttc fWIowins; nate for the term leenuislefPax Msrch 4, 1907, and wJf formally swera In In December of that year, when he actively entered upon the discharge " of his duties In the tapper branch of Congress, At the very beginning he trwiV nart In th iHamualnn nrvnn the financial bill, Durlsg-hl- a first session n vigorously urged the Twsag of law to relieve growers from the tas-oleaf tobacco sold by hand. The Senate had steadily refused fo giv1 them any relief. -Tho next year during the extra acsv alon called by President Taft for the' special purposes of revising tho tariff tho matter waa again under dUctiiaiouf In tho Senate, and 8cnatoe PajrnteA" made a strong and what proved latei to bo a convincing Argument for th proposition. Ho also urged' before tho Democratic caucus tbnt thla rellel should be given the growers of tobac co In Kentucky and In the other-state- r In which the staple Is produced; Hit fellow Democrats assured htm the; would bo solid for the propwtti&rr and they were, and with some Ilvpubllcar " support It went through, and' th"a He publican leaders bad to submit The relief finally came, though at had been hoped for. -not-ajrfu- ' f I u I 3 I WkiBsBA tiBy , -4 - --- fJBrrv T. H, PAYNTER, -- may be cited oa evldencea of "his i UjllWd BUtte MlMtsf frem Ksntuokyt but" slx of them are rated as Important ones. Tho committees on which he Is serving are: Judiciary, Philippines, Privileges and Elections, District ol Expositions, Columbia, Industrial Claims and Investigate Trespassers Upon Indian Lands. It will bo seen at a glance that his work on practically all his committees ( bills of local, national and lnternatlon oJ Interest to bo considered. He served three terms in the House of Representatives, having become a member of that body daring tho mem- Fifty-firsCongress when orablo B. Reed, of Maine, was Its Breaker. It was by act of that Con gross that tho direct tax collected by tho United States was refunded to the. several states. In the previous Con gress, which was Democratic so far. as the Houso was concerned, there was a stubborn filibuster against this proposition, Jed by Representative Jim Birrnea, of Missouri; William C. Oates ' of Alabama, and others. When the bill was passed In the, Fifty-firs- t Congress Mr. Paynter was' only Kentucky Democrat member of tbe Houso who worked and voted for it, and as a result of his efforts' Kentucky got over 1600,000 In cash' the wholo amount was placed to, ihn rrortlt of hn Rphool fund and is I now drawing 6 per cent interest. t, I c..b iur .....,, .. ."c. . -- u, labor'"' He aided In passing bill for the District otf Columbia, infor"" tended to be somethlw?ot'-a-roode- l the rest of the country. WorK Against Loarr 8harK. He assisted in passing U11 to pro tect the people of the city ofiWaahingv -ton against the loan euarksruf'the DU- - -trlct of Columbia, and seeure.d-'amend- menu to prevent future estOrtlort Un-.,.. ,1... n.A.Jnl Aw.. rrf Hi mnimlPt passed by the Senate tbe rate est was heavily reduced",- penaitief- of wcre prescribed: and -MM nc? " contraclg . waB regulated! KlP'jr - amendment to the employers' liabilitybill, conferring concurrent Jurisdiction- ' upon state and, federal courtht An portant provision of the-- ' bW- - 1st that when nn action Is broughrin-'a- ' state court it can not be removed 'ott fed there, cral court, but must Concerning tfaifc amflndnwnt Senatouf" Halo said: "This is a noteworthy advance Iff1 con tho direction of maintaining-th- e stantly dwindling- force ot diction and state control. - Sofor one I believe In every form- o!lIt1gation that will preserve the right of the states, tho right, as I believe; avorigf-thnally contemplated by tho fra,irir8 of the constitution. I congratulate- the senate upon having taken the firsf step in tho right direction."-aniKakj.-Jur.so - Employers' Liability. Act- - He secured- - the adoption of an " g ke 0n Railroad" BllT.'- - cl r O Stood Silently, a Little Apart, Watching the Swift Approach. taught Tbe pupil Was more devoted "II via-ite- -- to-d- J li than the master. "There are some things," she replied bitterly, "tnat a woman cannot forgive, never forgives." "What things?" be persisted, wondering lgnorantly aa to her meaning. "Don't oak roe," ahe answered, impatiently. "I told you I would tell you aad you will hT6 to the atory wait until then." "But that comment of the worfl?" You will hear It from that Ban's lfa, if I mistake not," aald the wearily, "bnt you must preij og further See, tiey are close td tbe rett. We must iAjten." She drew ber find away from his and ran rapidly to tbe beach. Naturally be followed, overtaking her In a few awlft atepa and running aa waa It he had his wont by ber aids. stopped to indulge in the luxury of be would have found his feelings in such a turmoil of auch atrange emotions as weuld have defied classification and description. Of but two things waa be very clear; that he loved this woman, and that In some way, for causes unfathomable and not present to blm, be hated the man or tbe men In tbe boat off shore. By tbe womaa'a directions Just before tbey reached tbe shore, tb. maa to-da-y om-af- t, To Ue Contlnudl ..".... Senator Paynter participated lir the at'oaie during uio jirvEem session oo Law Made It Sacred. the railroad rato bill, and spoke sev It waa later made sacred by tho con- eraL times on various Important quesstitution of tho state, and therefore tions arising while it was can not boused for any other purpose. He offered another amendment that-- ' Mr. Paynter served three terms, or( six years, in tho House, and was for, provided that when a rato went into our years a member ot the elections effect and tho question of the right ot- committeo while tbo Democrats were the railroad to Increase the rote wo in control. This brought him Into In litigation tho railroad company, ur shlp-.sv- ith prominenco on tho floor in connection! til it was settled, should give-th- e tho contests that were decided, per a receipt showing the amount In his six years' service there he also paid under tho increased: rate; and look part in tho tariff debates on iwo what it would have been under thei v vmmt gft, tIIO lUtt, WhU. .. " that the old rate abould stand then McKlnley and tho Wilson bills. the carrier should pay Co tho party Elected Kentucky Judge. paying the freight rate the difference While a member ot tho House ol between tbe old and the lnvreased Representatives Mr. Paynter was rate, and it should be paid: at- - the of elected a Judge of the Kentucky Court fice ot the carrier where It was paldJ ol Annmlc for 8 term of elicht Tears.1 unon rtresentallon of the- - receipt or for another term,' bill ot lading, thus avoiding" "ligation' aad waa erring altogether twelvo yeara on or adjustment ot accounts, Thla clause In the railroad' bill," anrtp that bench, when he was given bis present term in tbe United States Sen-t- which Senator Paynter offerefl. waa? passed unanimously by the senate, i by tho voters of tbe state. During his first term on tbe. bench On the Bribery Committer the greatest question, perhaps, which Senator Paynter is a minority memcame up waa decided by tbe court ol appeals. It was whether the banks ol ber of thp special committee appointed" thetho stato had an Irrevocable contract by the Senate to investigate with the state that exempted them bribery charges in connection with the from tho payment of county and mu' election of Senator William Lorfmer, of Illinois. The Investigation will b nlclpal taxes. Tho court stood four for tbe Irrevoc- commenced at Chicago September Iff able contract and three against. Judge next, and Is looked forward ta with Paynter wrote tho dissenting opinion keen Interest in political circles all -country, owing that tbey did not havo nn irrevocable over the In somo respectsto tb'tf tart sensational contract and woro subject to the same ling and allegations that havo been made. Two were tax as any other to pay. In 15 months aftorward other Democrats will serve ou this hlsdlsQcntlng opinion was mado tho committee with the Kentucky Senator. opinion of too court which overruled J They are Senators Frailer, ot Tenrli- tho previous opinion. The supreme see. and Jonnston, oi'AiaDoma, trta-wv w 1 com-polle- d mjajmuatMJmatmajMAtalL. """ ' '..' - ' '!!'. " l iMl "' tajajetssaw tauu'Wjj .iai m ivr.mmiVKi fa DJijtaimHSWga iskrwJMmiwSftwss! ..A. Lk IT .. nJ - - M ... 3JS fMmrm ? Fj-- V cool kitchen-N- o z -- FARMER'S DIPAKTMIKT. Fresh row for a!o Apply to frs C. K Heat Except Coleman. Where Needed! DI8HE3 DONE HOT FOOD IN FOOD COOL. NO WELL-COOKE- D Itcmn harvester for sale conditio- n- W. A. Trlbble ForS.ue. A .well improved farml 0C50 pens, near ttv Salem, house hold and kltchon furniture, stock, nnt) farming tools. 1'. II. Woodson, Ml Salem, Ky In good BiHiilMl A BODY BUILDER FPU Waich That Griffon Suit. Baltimore Made The Home of All Good Clothes. Tailor-mad- w a s WH KITCHEN NO UNDER- OVERHEATED EVERY- ;fj OIL E.r, d..l.f KITCHEN SUMMER. THING. HOT WHEN WANTED. HEAT UNDER PERFECT CONTROL AND CONCENTRATED. THE DLUE FLAME NO SMOKE IS ALL HEAT NO ODOR NO DIRT AD Meier & Huffman, of Danville- pur hogs of chased n btich of It 1 Hubblo nt 8 conts. For Sale. Illack maro with filly colt by her side. Sound. Jesse 11. Snrtaln. For Snlo. Sow and 9 pigs, 11 U llerry, Iltistonyllle. Wanted cattle to grao "0 acres of It. I Uorry, hus good- blue grass. d - is My Fall line, more complete than ever, is CELLS M5 TISSUES now ready lor your inspection. Call by and ask to sec tho only "make" that fits like A rOWERrUL STRENGTH THKFfBODUC-IWO ) THESE ARE SOME OF .THE VANTAGES IN USING THE tonvlllo. NEW PERFECTION, WICK BLUE FLAME COOK - STOVE ! everywhere, If not yours, writ, for to tnt nvartsi 8n6J . Owcrlpll.e Clreul.r THE STANDARD OIL COMPANY, (IncorporattdO wzm I Shirts, Collars and Ties, i I m Biggest Line Ever Brought r to Crab Orchard. Prices are being paid for mules that even during war times would have been rogarded ns fabulous. Wo scarcely know of a locality where the mule Is not In demand. The public snlo hold by Walter Sevier on Salt river In Mercer county Oils week was well attended. Old corn brought $3.30; plug horses from 160 to Jlifi; milk cows trom 139 to SCO. The mule Is healthier than the hdrse. Ho Is subject to compara-tlelfew of the horse diseases, and n manor blemish does not affect flie selling prlco of h mule to the same extent. Tho public sale of the farm and personul property of the lato Dr. D Swopo at IlryanUUlle was held M Wednesday and was largely attend ed. The farn. of 252 acres was purper chased br R. K. Swope at $72-2acre. Four head of aged mules sold at from J125 to 1200 per head; cattle J5 25; milk cows from 35 to HO; a bunch of hogs at 12 cents. The sale )Kaa conducted by Col. I. M Dunn, of y ' TONIC TOR RECONSTRUCTION THE BLOOD AND NERVOUS SYSTEM. A Bellle Purchased Today Slirli Yoa Rlht en ths Rosd lo Health. e clothes. ALL WOOL, Guaranteed to Give Satisfaction or Money Refunded. PENNY'S COOK SOLO BY SAM ROBINSON, Stanford, Ky. DRUG STORE ANNUAL FARMS' FIRST SALE. Friday September 30th. Greatest eent of tho hind oter GO saddle ware, held In Kentucky colts and fillies, 50 Jennets and colts. Catalogues now registered. All readr. Every ono or these Jonnets should ho kept In Kentucky. J. F. COOK A. CO., 61-- mil ioo COLTS WANTED 4 i 'Ht Lexington, NOTICE Ky. WEDNESDAY,. SEPT. 7THf "" To Buy I will be at J. H. Baughman's sale pnn ''0r JDanvlUe Sale L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky, ft IS grado Southdown lambs. Fisher and KenicK cross ram es. Mrs. Mattle II. Hewes, Moreland, j Ky., It. It 'No 1, box High i agggggggg55S YOUR CHANCE For A BARGAIN This Range Fr S24.25. -- - Only See Tnr.gnn-T-Tr-Lar- r-T. . it GEO. II. FARMS. ? p "ctnclnnaM. Sept 2 -C- nttle--Rocelpta936, market fair to good; shippers J6.2507.15; common 2 2503 75. Hogs Receipts 2.133; market aitive; 15c higher; butchers and bhlppers , 9.75ff 9.S0; light J3 50S9.S0. Sheep WHEN MERIT WINS Receipts 4J5S0; market quiet When the medicine 'Jou take cures Market rilrt. li'Jl. 15. Lanfhs and reau nnn&&mbg uitwy cmfwyp nj" your disease, toes up our sjstem makes' jou feel better, stronger and moro vigorous than before. That Is PUBLIC RENTING what Foley's Kidney rills do for you y In nil cases ot backache, headache. The A C Chrisman farm oi acres with good improements. lying nervousness, loss of appetite, sleepone mlfe east of Moreland Station It'iuness and general weakness that on the Clncfnmvtl Southern railroad Is caused by any disorder of the kid' neys or Diaaaer. &uugar? nuu iuu on Friday afternoon September 9th ner . will be rented to the highest bidder MIss'L'Ucn Hanson, ot Moreland, Ik at 2 o'clock in front of Hunn & Coffey's store Moreland. attending the Somerset fair. Seven Seres to be sown Id wheat, or rye and about threo acres to be cultivated In corn or tobacco me balance In grass nnd meadow. Terms- - on day of sale. -- Hl1, CINCINNATI i MARKETS In the district court of the United States for the Eastern District of Kentucky, In tlw matter of Clarence N J. Slpple bankrupt Notice of Sals In Bankruptcy. lly Wrture ot an order entered by J N. Saunders, refereo In the abore styleil caso; I, as trustee of same, will on Saturday, the 3rd day of 'Sept. A. D., 1910. botween the hours of 10 o'clock P M., on tho promises, being 52 acres of farm land, situated In Lincoln county, Ky, on tho waters of (keen rUcr. adjoining tho Denhara farm, and lying near tho post office expose to public of Jumbo, Ky sale to the highest and oesi oiuuer ior eah In hand, the abovo aesonoea tract or parcel ot land, together with 19 acres ot land adjoining same, now owned bv Clarence J. Slpple, tho banknipt above named, and also one-haInterest lc the growing crop upon said land. Ghen under my Jiand, this the 19th day of August. 1910. R. A. DYCHE, Trustee Mule tuns iu aen, Colts.' '4 Joe Kindig, York, Pa. I will be glad for any of my friends wiiu uaveiuuie iu unii J j them. J. H. Baughman. FINE FARM FOR SALE Located on the ntnrord and pike containing 138 acres well watered, ono hundred acres la grass SO acres for wheat. This land produces flnu tobacco, corn and wheat A fine young orchard ot one hundred bearing fruit trees, a modern now u room house, cistern at door, collar and all necesary outbuildings, two tenant houses, large barn, now silo, free mall delivery, three hundred yards to miles to union church school, 1 A ill make terms easy. V. F. Dlshon, Stanford, Ky,. Ilox 41 Phone 8 ring i. 2 2 lf STIRRING TIMES. we are having In the building line. We carry a full tine, ot lime, plaster, content and overruling else needed Nftke For tho next 20 days we will sell our tobacco hogsheads at mill ax 1 10 each. We also have some Un white and bron leghorn cockered for sale. Kings Mountain Pla&pa, Mill. Kings Mountain. Ky 4 "i EDWARD ALCORN, Exor, A. G. Chrltman. ir ir Mr ' ' i i "nff Ti, for building. Ever) thing purchased here will be found of the best quality and the best for Intended purpose We will ao ou trouble and unnects snry expenso riy sending to us for an estimate. i. ETJ S&?rrrr.r Jhli 445:2S5S?1t-" hi " flrrirTLii-,fcS- T IX. J. A ALLEN, Stanford, Ky. fc J. C, McClary, l TTT fi m 3 Ira j rf- VII rV . y -- For , Sale NIce "residence on Main Hreet In Stanford, Ky,. the frontage of lot large enough for Another building lot All necessary outbuildings Price Everything In good repair. A bargain, see L. It. Hughes, 12.760. " SALE OF LAND As ngenl jf tro heirs of Mrs. Kjl nU U tioMl. I tt on the premise, tit ab-- ut 2 3d P. M , on Satuoay, Sept. 10th. 1919 w. vl ' II Ww555 CUOOSJNGA WHt. We have Is an easy matter hero. tn every home Is a handsome sanltarj every stjle, for every use and at appointed bathroom. It adds to the any price. The o.ily wh,!p ou Joy and'eorafort of IIIng. Kqepsjloc-tor'- s about cannot get here Is n poor one. H'u biUs down too. W'o are preparhave nond1 oi that' Kind. Our whips ed to pUt ono In Tor you and wnen are only a sample of our harness nnd You'll find 7011 get' jour figures you Von't find all kinds of horse goods. the lattcrJu8t as. good as the whips them nearly so high as you expect! and equally moderato in price. A LUXURIOU8 m&MmmkLJmm! JI?JC1 j " S ft Tn. !. r NECESSITY V,.K. WARNER, 88. Phone , Stanford, Ky. J. C. McCLARY, Stanford, Ky. I J J. ' G. Riddle ' u H.B. Northcott.' LANCASTER, KY. BUYER OF CRAB ORCHARD, KY. Buyer of All All kinds of farm produce and am Stanford Branch T. K, Tuoor, M'g'r, pa) log today for: WE ARE PAYING TODAY FOR: Kinds of Farm Produce Vc Jlcna.. Xggs ..', prlngers Soaatcrs Turkeys,..' 9 17 11 2 to 10c U17 c to 11 & to 5 7 12 to 13c Bucks.'. C I"2 t 7c .7. c Hides 15 to 43o , Jea.tborf , Meal, 'Flour, 8hlp Stuff and Chick-..... Feed" fcr sale or In 'exchange for LIME AND SALJ.FOrsAL OR IN EXCHANGE FOR fRODytJE froduce,' We cani please; you. .Phone 1M UtillTti .. , n .. '.,.... .' to So Ileus Springers Turkeys Ducks, per lb...". Roosters, per lb.... lildes ..., Feathers Ginseng, per lb Yellow Root, per lb..... per-lb",- 10- -1 12-1- It 30 7-- 8c Hc .........,......c ..,5 00 fnS'' by whlcn you escape ruin tn caso. acres owned by Mrs. tract of 53 of fire. It I the onl)' .rational lEmbatmer you can protect what you Uood at tho tlmo of her death. Tho Underteker and In which. KY- STANFORD, Tunvers-vlll- o mile from ou'll save land Js about own. Djpn't argue that Vfth the first signs of constipaf(BM Phone ;n elloni H t op.8a. tion you resort to the home methods the premiums and Insure yourself. pike on the .McCormack's church of relief, such as hot or cold water on What .If & lire should como today, Is well watered and all Iu grass Posarising, lots of stewed fruit with your breakfast, etc., but what do you do touorrow or next week? How much session given Jan. 1. New Liver- would you have to build a new when: these fail? Terms will be announced on diy of The majority then start on salts and house I.et us lnsuro you today. Depot purtnilve waters, then chancre to catharsale- 99, tic pUla. etc. It you havo.-gpnthrough you know Ibejr were tnese.Ynou rciiiihiyiuii, j no far aa permanent results all STANFORD, KENTUCKY. J U PAXTON, AgcnL go. JJow you should try Just once again. Ky.. but try aomethlng practical and sensible, a remedy made and Intended tor the pur pose you are trying to accomplish. Such remedy, ai thousands can testify. U Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Fepaln. which la guaranteed to be permanent In Hi re Its sult. use Ingredients are such tint by a brief of It the atomach and bowel muscles are trained to again do their work normally, so that In the end you can do away with medicines of all kinds. That It will do this Mr. O. T. Dodson of SanvlUe. Va,. will gladly attest, and so will Mrs. S. A. Hampton of Portage, O. To those who are still skeptical there Is a way to prove these assertions withshould be there. NOTHING IT NOTHING out a penny of expense: Simply send your name anif address to Dr. Caldwell and ob will improve it. LACKING tain a free sample bottle. After uilnsr It. If you are then convinced it Is the remvti edy ycut need, buy a fifty cent or one dollar bottle jet your druggist and con Quality Every to use It for a brief time until tinue cured. The directions are elm&le and the dose is small. It Is pleasant tc the fists. does not gripe and Is promptly effective, and these statements are guaranteed or scientifically combined, and finely ground money will be refunded. remeay i over a quarter or a cenTin tury old and is personally taken by in Pure Linseed Oil. more drugxtsts than any other ttmllar remedy on the American market, Itecause Not a Little Lead and a Lot of Zinc, but a LOT OF of Its effectiveness, purity and pl.asant taste it la the Ideal laxative remedy for LEAD and a LITTLE ZING. ehHdren. women and old folks gen.mlly Dr. Caldwell personally will be pleased people to give you any medical advice you may Costs more to make, desire for yourself or family pertaining to i Hie stomach, liver or bowels absolutely FOR SALE IY free of charge. Explain your case In a you In detail. letter and he will reply to rVr the free sample simply send your a postal card or address uwi and ' Tor eitheronrequest the doctor's Mhenrlse. Iddress is Dr. W. B. 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