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I ii r THE INTERIOR JJ1 i i II VOLUME XXXV1L STANFORD LINCOLN COUNTV KENTUCKY FRIDAY SEPT 1C 1J 10 NO 58 = 1 1ItPOWERS WINS OVER- EDWARDS BY 10000 PRESENT CONGRESSMAN CARRIES ONLY THREE COUNTIES IN ELEVENTH DISTRICT Majorities by counties In Eleventh district Counties Powers Edward Majority Majority Adair 928 798 Bell 798 Cnsoy 300- iClay i 350 jf Clinton C77 Cumberland 612 Marian SOg ck80nu700Knox 0 i 790 Itchcr i 350 Leslie 4G9 h Laurel rp 18 Monroe 1t6G l- Owrley a 9 G50 1 Perry v 135 PulakI1 vSOO Russella 527 Wayne fj 700 WhlUry li7a Total 9926 13161 1316 Powers majority SG10 Estimated Caleb Power overwhelmingly de foaled null C Edwards for the Repub licin nomination for congress In the primary held Thursday Ills major lly la about 10000 Mover In the history of tho old bloody Elovnth Mhlch Is the banner Republican congressional district in tho United State has there been a store bltttr political battle Tho fight put up by Mr Edward was a r hard ono Ho had done much forulo- rdlntrtrtr while In congress T The more argument advanced against Powers the closer bls frtejiic clung to him and tho more vigorous thioy defended him 11 was the rank and file of the party who stood by1 Pavers they had been taught by the Republican press and campaign eraton s In every campaign for halVast ten years that Powers was cent1 of the crimd of which ho I accused and that he had been perse cured and had put himself on Uxe altar for he cause of civil liberty and Wit Republican party and was a martyr q for the cause they had been taught to love To My Powers was guilty of tne Ooebcl murder caused many of hfollowers to admire him the more When told that Powers got rich while la jail and that be charged 6010 for a Republican speech In Johnson caaaty last fall Ms followers either refuted to believe the charges or ftiwifU in his achievements If true Inlucnce of Seaator Bradley f ourediaThe Democrats will endeavor out their strongest rasa and m putI strong effort to defeat Powers by of the Fdwards vote Judge James DI Black Judge 8 U Dlibman of bourvitle or Con P Watt Hardln bf Wlllluraiburg will likely be the com ocratic nominee GAHRARD DROWNS Je eph Ray aged 20 yeara son of Jean Ray who Ilveeoa tho Poor I Ridge pike about seven miles from Lancaster wait drowned tn Sugar I creek hear Kentucky riter rn last night allMottRtand tho last seen of him by I u was when he mounted his horse and I rode toward home The next morn tag tei hat was found near tjte road a I flttart dlstaflc0front the church furl then along his horse was round graz tug by the roadside further search I lod the back water in the mouth of Sugar creek and the finding of tho j yoHrig waaa body It Is supposed tat in setae manner he fell from his y fro hone and the animal escaped front tIr Msv and In stumbling about In the dirk ha Yell In the creek 1w sill Saylor has sold his farm in the Wayneaburg section to Mr Blvens of Bke county It Included 75 acrpa and the price was 2500 Mr Baylora mazy friends will bogladto know that he will not leave Lincoln for I he bought 30 acres of nice land from Toin Morgan for which ho paid 750I James Mllburn has resigned as clerk for Cummins A Wearen and will bo succeeded by Frank Philips Mr Mllburn Is contemplating going south 4 1 to locate I t tai ri hJ 1f 1 TO THE TOBACCO GROWERS OF LINCOLN COUNTY Wo tho undersigned citizens and tobacco growers of Lincoln couuty believing that the tobacco question Is In serious condition nod feeling that It would b0to the best Interest of Lincoln county for UH to meet to gether nud discuss tho situation among ourselves we hereby re Quest every one Interested In the Vrlco of tobacco and values of land to meet with us at the court house at Stanford Saturday Sept 24th at 130 pm 4jPlease try and give this meeting serious consideration and lay aside a few hours of work to attend ItISigned zr Clarence E Tate v Sen R L Hubble J B Eads JaVo Lynn Ben Dry nt J W Williams t AV J Holiztlaw B K Caln D R Adams O P Newland O C Withers Dr 10 Carpenter 8 J Enbry Joe Embry 582 K T Pence Sr Popular Young Attorney NAMED AS MASTER COMMISSION ER FOR LINCOLN COUNTYI Judge Lewis I two an flounced the appointment of Mr Geo U Florence of this city aa master I commissioner of the Lincoln circuit court The appointment Will take ef i feet on the convening of the special 1rytholntIr barJIanct ker wits expected to appoint n RepuV Ucan ho could not have made a scion tion that Gould have given more gen eral saU Thcttoe lIftl charge to the brand jury aC the terra Of court Just convened in na lllo Judge Walker said la part Tao tale by retail of infcalcatlng liquors is prohibited by law In this county except by Jlctased druggists ou prescription of1 regular prac ticing physician and It Is your duty to Investigate and if they are other arise S614 yea wit ladles the guilty parties fQ that they stay be bro ghUo a trial In this court It Is the duty of every good citizen to promote temperancein all things laeery possible way Some people ark Il1teti1 rate la the excessive UM of Intoxlcaotj others in non4ntoxl cants oUvors la eating and others la the Intemperate use ef their rile tongue In the slander and abuse of theIr neighbors and their green eyes envy ant Jealousy and black hearts IOf prejudice and hate cannot stand to their fellow citizens prosper but they prefer to keep all others on a over level with themsclvesT rather than to undertake to rise to a higher pIano of goodness and truth TIter rejoice In tho adversity of those whom Cod tae made in his own Image and norrow and grow mad at the advance rent ot their fellow man And alt this In the face of the only command ment which the Master saw fit to add to those delivered to Moaoa on Mount Sinai Love shy neighbor as thyself I ogre not what may be your indivd ual opinion on the moral question as to bow Is the best way to solve the drink problem Some of your may ad vocate prohlbltoa some high license and others local option but you can all agree that no decent man can de fend In morals the low dive saloon or the blind tiger Happily for us we hue not the former with which to contend but the latter Is with us I desire now tp warn the keepers of such places that they must cease such practices lu tills district or suffer the penalties prescribed by the law One of the largest lSsa deals con summated In Mercer ln years was put through this week when tee So city of Shakers near High Bridge transferred to Col George Bohon their entire estate of 1800 acres or tAe best land In Mercer county Includ- Ing all the personalty The estate Is valued nt JlfiOOOl and In addition to n cash consideration of 5000 Cal Bbhon binds himself to support and care for the individual members of the society during the remainder of their lives There are only fourteen Shakers left In the colony nndthelr ages range from 7d years upward II illllI t 1J THE JUMBO 1 CAMP MEETING CLARENCE J SIPPLE WRITES FEELINGLY CONCERNING ITS IF E Ky Sept 1- 2lOur camp meeting closed Sunda afternoon of the 4th Inst while torrents of rain poured out from the Inky clouds We were hindered con Hlderably by the rainy weather nnd for other reasons both real and Imag nary and the results this year were not what we Imd hoped for but tho nfllclqnt service ofgospel preaching and in sung of Dro Tlllman and oU- ters will not return unto God volt Also the meetings held before by Sis ter Lucy Malcon Lloyd Marlin A P Jones Dro and Sister Johnson and othersthe series of pure gospel scr mans preached by them Six annual camps were enough to bareawnkcned every unsaved man or woman In that country And our con solation Is that many have been In fluenced to a bettor life many made better and a multitude warned to flee the wrath to come and seek sILl nation Their rejection we could not help hut we commit all to God As Id the future of this camp it now depends entirely upon those outside of the writer for I cannot be with you anymore whom the land Is deeded for the camp meeting purpose and also any others who have nn Interest 1 will nppolntns president of this work Dro C W Level of Stanford and Dr Frank Grldor of McKinney as secretary Thbse with the other members of tbo board will consider me resigned and take charge nnd run the meeting in the future as God may direct I pray that the above named and others who live close and can and oleo who ought to will unite in nn earnest way and continue to run thlo niectlnR In a community Where such a meeting Is needed for the people and even for yourselves Thlst It seems is a duty you owe totod a cause started that you can ant ought to continue I have given a full report each yeas of collections expenditures of the camp and atn prepared to dr so at any llsao The ue lees senseless talk and cfftlclSBisj about me upon the putt orthoqewao knew nothing and who would set know anything but Just to talkrWj IIhopefor naentloalng the The tabernacle antterIgrounds eti and that wo owe a balance pf about fllpo to the McKinney Deposit bank We have oven that subscribed by various patties but who have not pftld lov J advise that If thoae parties do not pay that he board can sell any of- ire bulldlngff on the camp grounds and even the ground to setUo the debt That should bo our last report but the debt must be paid If a nicetlng of the board would bo called soon I will be glad to attend and bolp to settle any matter needed to be settled Your servant CLARENCE J 8IPPLB The following Is the program of the Lincoln County Teachers Associa ton of division 4 which meets at Mo Klnney Saturday Oct 15th 1910 1 Opening exercises by Rev Cole tcan 2 Wolcoae address Mr Ed Tuner 3 Response J E Bennett 4 The Three Alms In Education Prof 8 11 Robinson 5 Relation between play and Ed ucatjlon Ruby Carroll t 6 Describe type of children and haw to treat them Mrs Stella Mont gomery 7 Relative advantages ot the city and the country child Julia Damron 8 Importance of memory training Frances Worth 9 What subjects train the magi nation Mlaa Kalb Bogle iU Eau erte right hablta to form- a lire WlW Fa Ble Spears 11 The teachers moral and social influence K L QrubtaV 12 The coBaparatlye value of his tory reading and arithmetic la train Ins the memory 13 What la the ideal schoolroom nnd school yard Ills Cochran 14 What shall bo done with tho incorrlglbles Miss Mattlo Lipps 15 Control over tho pupils on the wny to and from school Miss Mary J Hubbard 17 The teacher and neighborhood aprovementlntrOdueed by Miss antis and discussed by all presentttarr f1 1 r NEW STORE FORHUSTONVILLE BURDETTE POWELL BUYS ALLEN STORE ROOMWEST END NEWS- Huatonville Ky Sept 1C A now merchant has come to town In the person ot Burdette Powell who for the past few years has Men selling goods at Carpenters station Ho has bought John Allens store room on the corner or Main and Lib arty streets and will open his stock and be ready for customers this weekHistory assures us that geese by a timely warning saved the city of Rome front successful Invasion and capture by an enemy That the ma ligned fowl has not ESPe out of the saying philanthropy is manifest in Eddie Powell and Alfred Carpenters crop of tobacco on the Liberty pike which a small flock of those birds has industriously wormed and especial Inspection from horseback failed to discover a perforation In even the topmost leaves Mrs Mason Popplewell of Fryes Creek wee burled in KIdds Store ceniebury Sunday afternoon A frail woman for many years and for many Uioutlra berfast her death was not unexpected A good woman has gone to her reward and friends and rela tives are consoled by the assurance that her welcome on the other shore wps Well done good and faithful ser vane lately cd father prone on his back In the vet griw along the road side a devoted manly little son of nine solicit lonely awaiting a restoring slumber whilst the faithful Dobbin patiently stood untetbered In the broiling sun shine stamping and quivering in re sentment of pestiferous Insect What Js God that He should not be mindful lif man ills chief handiwork moulded In His own Image Mrb yBoUptr and fe after a may at Uussell Springs stopper relaOves byRaaf pt Lebanon and Springfield Jllsg Marion Jeers left for het- ee home iajphlo after ayeeka visit JettensSundaytorMr and Mrs J F Jeffers Send a a man who Is willing to pay dollarsidIWMtl r hos from Misourl or not we will show him a saying of that amount or more in prices on some splendid blue grass farms Write or catl on W R Williams ft Co quick or thingfbero here for a tobacco warehouse and a buyer that thoroughly understands the bus- Iness can get all the business he wants Come at once and ttus show you Address Hustonvllle ComercUl ClubOne more trip by buddercrg ten dollars a day scraper over the road travelrillexpense put oa the road Is sufficient to keep it in tip top shnpe It any Judgment was used The roads would be in great deal better shape as well as the county treasury If the roads were put In tile magistrates control Each magistrate then would take a pride In seeing that his roads were in gcod shape and the work on theu properly done Isaac Baldwin colored of Chester S c a track man with the construe lion train located at Moreland while running a hand car on which a dozen laborers were riding fell oft In front of the car and was run pver His body looked like the map ot Arkansas when his clothes were taken off As sot a bone was broken he was plan Bred over and was out In a few days Ou Sunday afternoon last he was bathing la Murphys lake at the coal hute onb mile north of Mlllcdgevllle he was alezed with cramps and sank and was drowned His comrades couldnt rescue him Coroner George Bright of Stanford was hurried to the scene who proceeded on the case and the above facts developed When yourUncleMiss Frankle Kauffman of lancas tor Is a guest this week of her aunt Mrs Lusk and Mrs Robinson Carroll and Lester Reid went to Louisville Tuesday to attend the state fair and enjoy Its many attraction f u I Ill Mrs H R Camnltz has returned from a delightful weeks visit to Cov ington tives and Clnclnatl friends and rah I Preparations are being made for a big picnic next Saturday In the beau tlfulgrovu of Enoch Barnett in the pretty Green river valley and near Salem church A ball game music another ausements with a big dinner on the ground Is sure to attract a large crowd Dr Alcorn Is attending the annual meeting ot the Stato Bankers Mac elation that convenes at Louisville this week We have had placed In our hands a lovely home containing about 200 acres with splendid new twostory 9 room metal roof dwelling fine largo metal roof tobacco barn stock barns tenant house etc at about half price to sell quick Call and we will show you W R Williams Co Jake Up Well BOUGHT BY JASON LAWHORN WHO WILL ERECT HOTEL MIddlesboro Sept 16 Jason Law horn has bought of A J Black the medical well known as tile Jakgth well onerourtb of a mlto south Of Yosemite Mr Lawhorn will build a large hotel and boom It as a health resort This well has gotten to be quite a famous watering place although no effort has been made to advertise It Jason thinks there Is money in it and It does look that way Judge Jail Denton of Somerset fall el to put In an appearance at Yose mite Thursday night but sent one Mr Brown of Barboursvllle In his stead Brown Is said to be one ot the shorthorse variety of politicians and did the cause of the lion Caleb Powers but little or no good Rev Jos Ballntyno conducted ser vices at the Baptist church last week He will be assltsed this week by Rev Waymhn ot Walton Ky and the meeting will continue till next Sun day and perhaps longer J R Wilson has his new grist mill In position at Yosemite and his belts v 111 arrive today when he will be prepared to do grinding for the public This burg has no automobiles to boast of and no bicycles worth men boning but ther are two or three mighty god wheelbarrows in town A little Infant son of Marlon Spears died at Yoselte Saturday and was bur led at Green River church Sunday af ternoon The graded school opened here thla Tuesday morning with Prof A S El liott as principal A B Wesley and Miss Fogle as assistants Sam Sharp has the appearance of having played with the business ead of a cyclone but he denies the same and says that the loss of a few square Inches of skin tram his nose and forehead is the result of a sudden con tact with a sycamore limb whilefish Ing in Green river last week Sam is not giving to lying and we adcept his explanation The heavy rain Wednesday morn- Ing of last week pat Green river be yond Its limits and crossing was out of the question for several hours W T Moore is putting the bridges and culverts on the Liberty road In order and placing a fine coat of gravel where needed Billy seems to under stand the art of roadaklng and Judge Yells made no mistake In appointing him overseer Men Fcse went to McKinney Sat urday Miss Ruby Fogle went to Jelllco Saturday to take charge of a position lu the graded school there M J Murphy of Klngsvllle was here Monday Mr and Mrs B K Swope of Hus tonville visited their daughter Mrs W T Dye and attended church here SundayA Royalty went to the Somerset fair last week Jason Coffey returned from the city last Thursday where lie went to pur chase his fall stock of merchandise- Mrs Laura Lee is here attending the meeting at the Baptist church A RELIABLE MEDICINE NOT A NARCOTIC Mrs F Marti St Joe Mich says Foleys Honey and Tar saved her lit tle boys life She writes Our lit tle boy contracted a bronchial trou ble anti M the doctors meawtne did not cure him I gave him Foleys Honey and Tar In which I have great faith It cured the cough as well as the choking and gagging spells and he got well In short time Foleys Honey and Tar has many times saw ed us much trouble and we are never without it In the house Shugara and Tanner W joi UI f r CLOUDBURST PLAYS IHAVOC IN COUNTY II WATER RAN FOUR FEET DEEP NEAR DAVIS STOREOTHER LIVE TNEWS Stanford Ky R F D No1 Sept 15 A genuine cloudburst occurred at a point about onerait mile from F L Davis store Inst week The spot was about 20 feet In diameter on a hilt that was covered with shrubs and bushes TIe water washed out everything In that redlus down to tho rock a depth of two feet Tho watermark on the trees nnd saplings as it run ort down the hill showel the wa ter to Lo about four feet deeps Much tobacco and other crops in the neigh borhod were badly damaged by the rain Frank Horton of Highland Is help- Ing 11N Button a contract of haul Ing logs near this place They are to bo delivered at the Crab Orchard t depot There are about 80000 feet lathe I contract The fanners are beginning to get ready to fill their silos Mrs Joe Coleman of Clnclnatl Is vlsltng relatives and friends and also superintending the building of their house which she hopes to have ready to move to In about four weeks Leslie Tucker bought a good work mare at J H Baughmans sale for 130Tobacco cutting is on in this section In earnest Every one seems to be In a hurry to get the tobacco In the house A general epidemic of colds seem to be going around In this section Wm Dychouse bought a mule from Saylle Doane for 130 Maurice Plummer Is preparing to build a new house near too site of his old one The recent rains have played havoc with the pikes In this section and fencing on creeks and branches have suffered accordingly James Lewis and Floyd Morgan have begun building a dwelling house for Joe Coleman who is as present in Cincinnati but will be here to occupy It by the last of October A J Griffin of Crawfordavllle lad is visiting friends and relatives la tris section C M James and W G James are both confined to their beds with fever but at present are much better A number of our young people attended tho Somerset fair traded the cratwyp shrdlu tacda aril Cutting and housing tobacco ia this section has begun In earnest now and the recent rains have made crops up to about 75 per cent Lightning struck Sam Delaney house and did some damage but luckily did not hurt any of the fam ily airs Fred Dyehouse has Just returned after A few days visit to her mother in Garrard- If plenty of pigs and shoots are any sign of meat being cheap next yew It will be low as there seem to bv plenty of the young porkers In this accUon The Pool in GarrarJI STARTS OFF WITH A PUSH SOLICITORS AT WORK A large crowd of tobacco growers met at Union school house Tuesday night to discuss the pooling situation in Uarrsrd county Meara Ja Burn sides and Steve Walker wer selected to carry the pledge book In the Unioa precinct Messrs J Wade Walker Earnest and James Woods were se lected to pool the tobacco in the Paint Lick section With such Rood men as these working In the Interest of the poollt will undoubtedly be con sidered by a number of other people ot those sections Mr Wilson who represents the Burloy Society states that several other solicitors ill be placed la Ute various precincts of Garrard county at once as It is Important that a good report be sent In from that county by Sept Zth as the district board win be In session at Lexington on that date and will take a vote on Ute question as to whether the pol de clared on or off He also states that they will have a big tobacco meeting In lancaster on next County court day THE GRATITUDE OFrELDERLY PEOPLE Goes out to whatever helps give thorn ease comfort and strength Folbys KIdony Pills Cure kidney sad bladder diseases promptly and give comfort and relief to elderly people Shugara and Tanner c- S iO OJ p 2 THE STANFORD KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL FRIDAY SLrPC161910 AIMIe tlllaYleera b eItI tad youBff For weak BWVOMP I otca awl wanes Everybet tic guaranteed Get If TODAY I IRJ10AGS r 1 PENNYS DRUG STOREj I PUBLIC SALE I Of a Large Blue Grass Farm =STOCK AND FARM IMPLEMENTS I will sell my place of 734 acres bltunted two miles from Nlcholasvllle Ky on the Union Mills pike on THURSDAY SEPT 22 1910 This place wilt be cut into twelve tracts with throe tracts restVvcd ort n which Is the Patton house as fol lows Tract No 1 contains 60 acres on which is a good spring No 2 con ttatns 6H acres and is watered by pond No 3 contains 60 acres extra cropNosand 10 acres of tobacco land No 5 contains 5S acres has fine water +and on this plot Is a seven room brick house good dry cellar fourstall stable and all other necessary out Touildlngs No 6 contains 12 acres rand is in blue grass and has tine wa- tera No 7 contains 45 acres line spring water No 8 contains 25 acres and has tine spring water No 19 contains 32 acres and has good running water No 10 contains 40 acres sand has good pond No 11 contains 447 Roes fine running water from Vendovers spring 40 acres In bluegrass N6 12 contains 124 acres and Is suitable for any crop and lays well water conveniences unsurpassed about half of this tract is In blue grass and clover and on this tract Id one of the best tobacco and stock barns In Jessamlno county servant quarters perfect good coal house HMiggy house hen house smoke house1 orchard garden bed of strawberries r nnd grape arbor No 12 is one of the most desirable places to live in t the whole county and has every im provement school church and rail road close and on the prospective In terurban line to Rlchond These tracts will be sold as a whole in order named and then re sold as follows Tracts No1 2 and w3 as a whole tract No 4 as a whole tracts No1 2 3 and 4 as a whole tracts 8 9 and 10 as a whole and tracts No 11 and 12 the home place separately then all of the tracts with tie excoptlon of 5 C 7 11 and 12 will be sold as a whole A twentyfoot road touches each tract of land Ev erybody Is Invited to Inspect this farm and crops Possession for seeding purposes given at once Each tract of land will be surveyed by the county surveyor TERSIS ON LANDOnehalf cash Balance in two and three years with Interest cu deferred payments at 6 per cent per annum STOCK AND FARM IMPLEMENTS ion Southdown sheep 2 brood mares 1 moue with mule colt at side 2 work horsws 2 young geldings pV ws bar tcus wheat drills cultivators double Mvrela rulpr etc- fKRMSUnder 510 cash over that amount six months lime with n good note bearing 6 per cent interest StocU and Implements will be sold nt tho home place at 10 a m and land sale wil begin on tract No 1 lln the rear of Patton place HENRY C MUIR Route 1 Nlcholasvllle Ky llrth Phones FOR SALE Small welt mproved farm outside of town limits between Stanford and Rowland containing 25 12 acres good rouse out houses new barn fine young orchard water at house and barn Would make a good dairy or truck farm for right man I also have farm of 104 acres of un improved land situated on Dlx river and county road This land Is all In grass except 16 acres which Is in cultl nation Tots land will grow fine tobacco or corn and has some fine Umber on it Will sell cheap and make terms to suit the purchaser or will trade for town property For information write or call on me at Rowe land Frank Cordier CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I I can lurntih the public with the belt as well at the freest orcut floweri planti of ell kind Iwllw nower oa short eotlee Also innke a specialty ot wreath tor for funeral purpose In connection with the above I have all kinds of vetetnMf on hand at reasonable Vibes UII RIHTM AN 1UKEN HOUHE3 KD PBOB Stanford Ky I 4 YOUCAN BUY r Your coal cheaper right now than any time in the year r Let us fill your bins with our FOX RIDGE COAL at 13 cts per bushel Clean CoalNo Slack Phone 11 Ji H Baughman CoI ri w4 410 TAR AND oosmf TO VISIT EXPOSITION r PRESIDENT AND EPRE8IDENT TO BE GUESTS OF APPALACHIAN OTHER NOTABLES ARE COMING Roosevelt Will Be There on Spanish American War Veterans Day October 7 Among the many notables who will attend the Appalachian exposition In Knoxville Tenn September 12 to October 12 none will be more cordially welcomed and more graciously receiv ed than President William U Taft and exPresident Theodore Roosevelt The exposition officials have and personal assurances positiveI President William H Taft that they will honor the groat exposi tion greatest exposition the southland has ever known by their presence The date for President Tafts visit hat not been definitely determined but It will be the last of September or early In October However Col Roosevelt has fixed October 7 as the time for his visit to the exposition SpanishAmerican war veterans day will bo celebrated on October 7 and Col Roosevelt being a Spanish war veteran himself will take a lively and leading part In the exercises of that date He will deliver an address to his comrades of 98 and be will hold a reception at which ho will meet per venally and shako the hands of thou sands of tho boys of the north and south who followed the start and stripes In 98 Soon after Col Roosevelt returned to the United States from his African tour of 15 months a committee ot representatives of the Appalachian exposi tion headed by lIon W J Oliver the energetic and efficient president of tho exposition visited Col Roose volt In his offices in the Outlook build- Ing in New York City He gave the gentlemen a most cordial reception and when Informed by them that they wished his acceptance of an Invitation Hon Theodore Roosevelt to visit the Appalachian exposition he readily accepted The gentlemen presented Col Roosevelt an invitation carved upon marble native of the Ap palachian region and Inclosed In a case made of leather tanned In the Appalachians and packed In a box made of hardwoods from the Appala chian mountain regions This marbje tablet Is cherished by Col Roosevelt as a valuable souvenir of the esteem In which he is hold In the south President Taft was invited to the Appalachian exposition early in the present year and heat once Indicated fain great Interest In the undertaking Subsequentlythe Invitation and ha will soon an nounce the exact date of his coming He wilt be accompanied by av coterie of officials and Taft Day at the ex position will be a notable occasion A number of social affairs In compliment to the president and other visitors of that day will be arranged The president will be the house guest of Col William J Oliver while in Knoxville Railroads will operate special trains Into the exposition city on Taft and Roosevelt days and every facility pos sible will be arranged whereby the masses from all over the Appalachian region may gather at Knoxville and greet the president and expresident o n LIVES EXIlBif AT APPALACHIAN EXPOSITION Splendid from AppalMlan R Zion to BoMade September 12 to 17 Few people realize the magnitude of the live stock exhibit and horse show which will be held In connection with the Appalachian Exposition In Knox ville Tenn The live stock exhibit will extend through tho first week of the exposition period the dates for this exhibit being September 12 to 17 inclusive In perfecting tho details for ths great exhibit nothing has been left undone to make It outstand- Ing In every particular When the live stock committee was appointed men were selected who are themselves practical live stock pee pie and who have the Interest of this great Industry at heart This commit tee In turn went Into the exhibit work with a vim and each department con staling of the following Department A horses and ponies D mules and Jack stock C beef cattle D dairy cattle E swine F sheep and 0 night horse show has been developed on an equal basis and consequently the admirer of any breed of live stock may cxpCct to see his Ideal well rep resentedThe who have been appointed to pass upon the merits of the dif ferent live stock exhibits are men ot national reputation and when they give their decisions they will be back ed by a well founded and conscien Uous opinion Tho following Judges expositionForCampbell Drown of Spring Hill Tenn mules and Jack stock John L Jones of Columbia Tenn beef cat tie Prof H A Morgan of Knoxville dairy cattle W Qettys Athens Tenn swine Marley Riley of Thorntown and S B Morten of Camden Ohio sheep Prof J E Hlte Athens Oa night horse show Henry Cullins of Lexington KyLive Stock Ring The live stock building and exhibit grounds aro Ideal In every particular The ring for the exhibit ot cattle sheep and hogs U In the form of an oval 100 feet In ono direction and seventyfive feet in the other Tho arena for the exhibit of horses mules Jacks JenneU and for tho night hone shows Is as tine an openair arena I1i there Is In the United States The show ring U oval in shape measuring 226 feet4 In length and 100 feet In width complete ly surrounded by a wooden guard and on the outside ot which will bo a ten foot promenade The seating arrange menta are in the form of an amphi theater almost completely surround log the ring and has a capacity when completed of holding fully ten thou sand people For the night hone show the arena will be beautifully decorated and lighted to such on extent that every thing can be seen practical Iy as well aa In day light The premium list for the Live atock exhibit and the horse show Is more liberal than f6r any similar event In the eouth ajwWtrr the night horse show the premium list Is equal to any of its kind In tho United Stales The business men of Knoxville have takes an unusual Interest In this part ot the exposition and as an evidence of their interest and good faith they aw offering a special stake for galled sad dlo horses to be known as the Knox vllle Business Mens Saddle Horse stake and aro giving 500 ae the purse This of Itself should undoubtedly bring together the greatest collection of gaited American saddle horses that has ever been seen In this country and It will be unfortunate Indeed for anyone to have seen the exposition and not to havo witnessed the competition between these great horses for when the ribbons will have been tied It will practically mean the placing of the same on the finest gaited iddle horses living tlHla- 1Interests General Live stock people throughout the southern Appalachian region should by all means visit the live stock ex hibit for l t will give them an oppor tunity to study the different breeds In a practical manner The premium list can be obtained with entry blanks from Dr M Jacob chairman f the ltvo tocX conimU Knoxvllle TeaII- GOVERNORS WILL ATTEND APPALACHIAN EXPOSITION The governors of Tennessee Vlr glnia West Virginia Kentucky North and South Carolina Georgia and Alabama have been Invited to attend tht Appalachian Exposition in KnoxTllle between September 12 and October 42 Itla expected that these chief execu thee will attends representing theft respective states oSlclally cloy M It Patterson of Tennessee will bs present on the opening day of the ex position September 12 and will deliver a formal address and otherwise participate In the opening of the great eventsThe Appalachian Exposition hat been devised In the Interest of tot eight States mentioned and It 1sex peeled that thousands wjjl attend from all parts of the various common wealths The success of the exposition means further advancement Industri ally commercially educationally and socially of the state included In the Appalachian region Consequently the government of the states are manifest lag such deep concern In Its success N 4 it UK STOCK PET STOCK POULTRY AND OTHER DAYS Arranged In Connection With Appa lachian Exposition Womens Conferences Among tho many special days ar ranged In connection with the Appa lachian Exposition In Knoxville Tens Sept 12 to Oct 12 thou ot special In terest to farmers and stock ralera- wilt be the days set apart for livestock pet stock and poultry These dates as announced by tho exposition management are as follows Live stock week Sept 12 to 17 In elusive Horso races Sept 12 to 17 Inclu slve Bench show for dogs Sept 2223 24 Pigeon show Sept 27 to Oct1 In clusivePoultry show Oct 6 to 12 Inclusive The live stock committee of tho ex position has charge oV the live stock exhibit and the poultry committee is arranging the displays of pet stock and poultry The pot stock Includes dogs pigeons etc A largo number of premiums have been offered for each of these shows A feature of the pro mlum list Is about twentyfive sliver loving cups for excellence In the displays of poultry- In addition to these special days for stock tho exposition has arranged for several other special days and plans are pending whereby other days will bo announced later The dates already assigned are Sept 12 Opening day when Oov M IL Patterson of Tennessee and other notables will be present and participate In the formal opening of the exposition President William J Oliver of tho Appalachian Exposi tion CQ will preside and will deliver an address Sept 15 Postofflce and Rural Carriers day Sept 20 Atlanta day Sept 22 Ashevlllo day Sept 27 Miners day Oct IUnited Commercial Travel era day Oct 6 Travelers Protective Asso elation day Oct 7 Roosevelt and Spanish American War Veterans day Oct 6 7 and 8 Educational confer ence days Oct 12 Columbus day Womens Conferences Tho womans department of the Ap palachian Exposition has announced a series of conferences that will provo highly Interesting to tho women of tho Appalachian region These con Jorencoa will be open to Jill women Tistora to the exposition The Cato already announced aro Sept UThe City Beautiful Under the direction ot Mrs U D Tyson preev Ident Knoxville league Sept GPeace Congress Direc tion of Mrs Bolra Lockwood ot Washington D C Sept 37 Tennessee Federattoa Board of Directors Sept 28 29 80 Conference Wow ens Clubs of the Routh Direction of Mrs U C French proaId eat Teases see Federation of Womans data Oct 1 Womens Christian T eBpt+ ance Union of the South Direction Mrs 8 M HolBMQ FayoUovilla Tens Oct S Womans Relief Corps Con ference Direction Mrs Annie Ford JohnsonOct 4Press and Authors Clubs Direction Mrs Rutledge Smith Cooke Tille Tenn Oct 5 Historical Socetles Di rection Mrs M S Cockrlll Nashville Oct GUnited Daughters of the Confederacy Direction ltIJR H Sansom Knoxville Oct 7 Daughters American Revolution Direction Mrs Thomas Day MemphisOct Qrganxatlon of Southern Teachers league Library of Southern Books at Exposition In the womans board of the App lachlan exposition to be held at Knox stile Tens September 12 to October 12 the department of literature wishes to establish a permanent library after the close of the exposition to bis called the Appalachian library The books to be placed and labeled as such with the name of author or publisher who donates With this In view the committee Is soliciting books which are recognized aa southern literature These books to be on exhibit in the Womans building during the Appa lachian exposition The library solicits a loan exhibit of old nee rare and valuable books from private or public libraries and alto asks for loan exhibits from publishers Decks from private libraries must be plainly marked with owners Dame any address Books from publishers will be mark ed with their name address and the itato they represent A loving cup will be given for the best selection from a private library- A loving cup will alo be given the publisher who donates the largest number ot books to the Appalachian library Books should be tent to the Wom ans building of the exposition not la ter than September 10 All books will be Insured and every safeguard will be arranged for safety and return Miss Kate White of Knoxvllle is chairman Mrs T 8 Devant of Knoxvllle U Secretary o 0- yQ 0 c Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription diseasedherdstsealr prparstioa of Itt kind devised ha retfitkrly grade Istsystemytf1mail aa iajurious habitforralatf drugs and which mreata BO eravtatf lol puck stimulants THE ONE REMEDY to good that te makers are sot afraid te print Ita every ingredient ea easels outside bottle wrapper cad attest to the trutkfulaeM of ue lame under oath t eeget I clruUiatIto t hetruttod t u fney fro your life Itself Sr IMI yea ft what yea lIr n We Have This SPacnn h 11 The Hoosier Drill With All thv Latest Improvements j H We can make it to your U aeallJ If a WfMLanab TNs vbra tarc re rlIliaLTvttt XtttUnIr ehan oat tile vonr e use very la jeer Miftp pit In Trjr otbor aA1ma1 00 Joa WVadravrk srrlrtvrmaid MulinlUU trnn cuet ot food aw- na1vt Ia wcii lrfoltnele sae ma tI1IIII ate Oat IU of a eeea agar er rs 11saaQtla to dl gested Co Stanford KentucKy Farms and Town on Commission titocka Bond Sold If you Have Pro to Sell of Rent Ua I Write for Circular t- oL ft Ky FINE FARM FOR SALE Located on the tftnnford and Ot ten holm pike containing 188 12 acres well watered one hundred acres ID grass CO acres lot wheat Title land produces tine tobacco corn and wheat A fine young orchard of one hundred bearing fruit trees a modern new lx room house cistern at door cellar and all nececary two tenant Douses large barn new silo free aat delivery three hundred yards to school 1 12 miles to union church Will make terms easy W F Dlshon Stanford KyH Box 41 Phone 8 ring Notice We have a saw mill for sale with 40horsepower bailer 30 hp engine a new saw mill for sale 3 cash bal ance in two four and six months with good notes Kings Mountai Planing Mill Kings Mountain Ky =Iw a5 syi flfv4fvilWeu +d L Ylook RtlpIIy Care MpeeIalI1Inten In good fcrd cash Xeep- JOUr IJorsea Cows Sheep and Hogs in rood condition from 5k1fYET Tkto wonder working nedieatwd oak to feed and oo U bat IhtUeItpmtstbeanimalsstomachsandkttestineelnperfect Ie thseit every particle of food Is aseimllated fV0fPGIIitJTtlyA t Or0aftIaaI Pence BrOS Stanford Kentucky Stanford Real Estate Property Handled Iud erty Notify R HUGHES Secretary Stanford outbuildings STIRRING TIMES wo are having In the building line JlmeplalterIfor building Everything purchased hero win be found of the best quality and tho best for intended purposes We will oave you trouble and UEBSCW sary expense by sending to ua fer aa estimate 4- 1JA ALLEN Stanferd Ky t n 21FIUDAYThe Island Of liegellelatlollfel- ted up two fallen breaches of palm hey ran to the beach opposite the nUance and waved the palra branches boy their heads It was too far for be voice to carry and there was too nuch noise from the breaker on the set if the distance had been snorter ut the men In the boat evidently aught sight of tho signals and under toed them for she wax presently about and In a few moments they saw icr prow cut the blue waters of the jftgoon through the one entrance to the arrler The man and woman stood llently a little apart watching the wilt approach Unerringly steered it boat struck the gently shelving ach bows oa and a last sturdy ull drove her fairly out of the water rosePeppedBfrUaped out on the sand The present wan In touch with the ut conventional faced the uncon- Solional civilisation and prlndtlvf nfronted one another F ppalachian Exposition Greatest Ever Held In The South At Knoxville Tenn jPTEMBER 12 TO OCTOBER 12 l Magnificent and mammoth build Itlore to see and amuse than ever Bred at a Southern exposition 10900 In punea for running and Itlng races JO800 In aerial exploitation by ma des of Wright Brothers Stroebel d other aeranauti See te air w5WO la natchtas fire works grand itltyof the clouds and ralnPill PompeiiXalballs famous rind west and 33- er ihowi ot note Irratest bands In all America MISSION TO GROUNDS CO CENTS IN DAY AFTER 1 P M hg CENTSv member These Special Dates i stock and races Sept 3M it horse show Sept 13 II 15 b Show Sept 22 23 2 on and pet stock show Sept 27 Oct I I try a bowOct 512 ilght Brothers aln lpda7s Sept 2223- j bV dirigible baloon Every Sept 12 Oct J- Zfs lire works every evening Sept 12 Oct 12 tie of the clouds Sept 191- o lorapcll Sept 26 Oct1 pedal rates every day and re kably low railroad rates to Knox jt and return on Tuesday and radar as follows lord 8300 eland 370 tlon City 37 See This Great Exposition OLIVER President tITHING OFINTEREST TO YOU Ine Lincoln county tobacco farm 1 100 acres 1 ralle from railroad J s t ool u4 churches on good 60 acres la high state or cuiU 1 Sit suitable for corn wheat grass cco Corn made 60 bushels to the wheat 2L bushels to the acre tlccd last Beacon netted 140 to tho This Is practically a ROW farm- old and worn out land has two- I 1 dwelling bouse ono with three tts and jKHth the other a log d ol three roe sad porch has 1 stone fctttar wood house bug muse 2 food barns cora crib- n sheds and all out buildings a No 1 orchard good water for purposes the best fenced farm tie of the country 50 acres ils farm is in timber worth one the price asked for farm When timber I mean good timber and 1ulled over timber This farm will bid ata bargain If sold in the next kys Why pay real estate agents Buy direct from own It is imposelbl tlbinmlMlon farm in this small see It and the ad worth If you want a 1 write we and learn more about tlarrav S rJ ynolds U R No 3 Wayne K7 r CHATEftXV j Accusation and Admission Now that the great Moment tad- comefer Langford bad at test recog nised the woman whom he sought in eplte of her straign garbho became suddenly acutely conscious of trivial details and accurately reuponsible to matters of no moment lie stepped for instance wear the bow of the boat told thee coxswain that he might allow the men to land but that they must re maln close to the beach and within easy call and see that the boat was properly secured Then he turned and walked slowly singular how eager he had been for that moment and how tardy he was In availing himself of it when it cametoward the two who stood silently watching a little dis tance away He wan dressed in a boating suit of white and wore a white yachting esp He was distinctly good looking His repentance his anxiety his disap polntment had refined hS face to a certain degree and he was not an un worthy spfdasea of humanity in ap pearance The maid looked at him- with v1vldcnrloslty and a sudden- sense of dismay to mad the new comer to worthy ofr i eCes Abe ground ef appearanc atlea8fThe glance that Lasgford gave the- on was at once casual and Indiffer eat His whole Ictertit was centered upon the woman He found himself trembling violently In Iplteor the saperbBHjaneSofU be put forth At control It was only the most iron constraint ndfd that enabled bl to approach ber at all As he drew BUr to her JM took oS lilt cap bowed to her and strove to speak Katharine be said at last hoarse ly thank God that I have found yon Woman said the man by her side stepping swiftly forward and confronting Langford who Is this maat Ills nape returned the woman steadily is Valentine Arthur Lang fordWhat did you do to her asked the man with the bluntest possible direct near that she weeps at the thought of you that she la Sued with horror as you approach that pae looks at you as she do M DOW f I have aster seen that took upon her face since we have beer upon this Poland Lansferd turned sad faced the man as these singular queries were put to him Who to this Man Katharine be ube an angry hub in hU taco 1 dont knew fir certain the WMUKJaMiurfd kit t think his same Ia iH itMa MJ naisete dowHh Jtl interrupted the saan p ralstnUy will aniwetagsiaettpsrw- hen I know who you are ud by ghat right you put them I will de cads wM Lastfcfds cwtessptudus answer The woman had never seen her com pABloo inaUeepcr hut lie wan peril outly star the breaking point sow sad Laagfefdi although he rHUte4t SlOt had never been and never be In 10 suck danger as at that Instant A swift glince showed her the man strung to the very outbreaking point The woman laid her hand upon his arm a calming touch In the world she said people are presented to one another How she loathed Langford She thought for a moment that she had only to say the word and her Island companion would tear bin to pieces She irczticred how fir after all she had succeeded In Instilling Into his mind the restraints of civilization She began to see dimly that such an achievement was beyond the power of any single Individual that It had been in the past and would always be In the future the result of the cooperation and restraint or the many Yet she forced herself to speak evenly to the visitor Mr Ldngford I believe this mans name to be John lUvtll Charnock I believe him to be an American a Vir ginian I found him here upon the IslandThis matters nothing said the is lander I dont care what this mans name is or who he Is I want to know why bo distresses you Sir said Langford wondering what was the best tone to take with this singular being pray let us withdraw yonder to the shade of the trees where we can be more private The men in the boat who had scram bled out upon the sands bAd bfton eager spectators and auditors of every thing that had gone on Their curt oUT was greatly excited and their propinquity was evidently distasteful to LangfordYou refusing to answer my questions said the man I will not be put off further Man said the woman laying her hand upon his arm It la my wish Oh If you wish It He turned without a word and Ud DANDRUFF AND ITCHING SCALP YIELD TO THIS TREATMENT Why experiment trying to drive the dandruff germ from underneath tho skin with greasy lotions or fancy hair dressings whon 1onneys Drug store will guarantee ZEMO and ZEMO FOAP tf entirely rid the scalp of tho germ life that causes the trouble ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP can bo ob tamed In any city or town in America am1 are recognized the best find most economical treatment for all after lions of tho skin or scalp whether 011 Infant or grown person Ono sham poo with ZEMO SOAP and applica tion of ZEMO will stop itching and cleanse the scalp ot dandruff and scurfWe invite you to try ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP and If not entirely satis fled we will refund your money Pen ays Drug Stored L eIItletthe other two He noticed that the woman was ghastly white and that Langford was scarcely less pale Sir said Langford firmly I decline to answer your question I have business with this lady and with her alone It does not concern you and I momentImeI quetlonltoI Everything that concerns her con sternlyWhat ODIlooked as It he would have sprung upon the other hut he was so clearly no match for the wild stranger that discretion came to his aid and kept him still Besides brawllnrthe8Katherjne he said I have much to say to you Cant you make this man hear reason T She bax made me hear reason for three yeah answered the man for her before1 she could speak but her- porereags in this hour The woman looked at him piteously and nodded hrr head She realised that the thread of dMtiny eras taken from her bands and forever saytoman she said at last Why tis Impossible cried the other It must b- And Interposed the man you shall say nothing to her until you hats answered my questions There must be no violence oiled the woman stepping between the two No vlolencel For answer the man gently but with Irresistible force lifted her out of the way She knew now where he got the strength to tear down the rocky wall and while she trembled she thrilled Katharine said Langford to do whatisI am nothing to her answered the man except that I love her And you 7 said Lsngfofd hotlyi still addressing the woman She loves me again answered the other and we were happy unUI you shoresSinceyr Ood exclaimed Langford is it pesslblerIt said the woman flndlnt tteadll1troeLangford emotion now passed aM hound He had trembled hater hi shook now u tf with the palsy lie rche4 out and caught the trunk of one ateadthimlbljWkat t- urhe crls4 f tleeathelanded on this Island we live eq friends good friends He WM a ejit apeecltHechild I taught him everything To love lout queried Langford In hot and bitter jealousy That was one thing I learned myself answered the man And yesterday you might call It chance but I call It God said the man gravely discovered to us the love we bore each other and that 1a11 Are you forgive the question sajd Langford addressing the woman and there was agony in his voice as you were when I left your I urn a different woman thank r4SlfforentYes but fn the sense In which you mean the question I am just as I was save that I love this man But you bad no right to love him or any one buret forth Langford bit terly And do you reproach me with that Do If- Think of your wife Shes dead said tho man hoarsely I have searched the world for you 1 have come back here to make amends to own my fault to marry you before God and man to take you back to do for you as long as I shall live all that a man can do There was such genuine panlou In his voice and in his appeal that the most Inimical and Indifferent would have recognized it but there was no response to it in the womans heart A greater love than his had com into her soul The whole current of her being flowed to the man by her side No she said Your words have no appeal for me They awaken no response In my heart I love this man not you Have you thought cried Langford meaningly that you are not tree to love any one but pieT By heaven cried the man spring fog forward this time I will be an swered Why is she not free to love me or any one Because said the other resolutely before she came Into your life she belonged to me Belonged to Pouf Yes to me And by what tleT Langford hesitated He was furl ously wrought up He saw that It was necessary to make a break a rupture between these two He thought that If he could do so his own suit might the better prosper He was In deadly earnest and therefore ho took the risk How frightful It was he had no pre conception lit did not understand that he was dealing with a primitive than How should hT He did not understand what pa lens slept bee 1It the Jljtft iiilP 1 jl IjrjJJdJ1t t IM4I understood to do him Justletf fer Ie IwAO1 tearless slain he would have freatwefl lest the SUM See was my mistreasl he said through his teeth Shame Shame cried the woman and then fell silent clasping her bands and waiting for what might come The hour of her travail was upon her Langford flashed a look at her and then his gaze reverted to the man The expected outbreak did not Instantly comeMistress said the other I know not what that mean but tis a word of bitterness Say further and more clearly your Intent Why you fool foolILangford stared at him Where have you lived he cried Itbt you dont know the meaning of I I have lived nowhere but here and i have known no language but what this woman has taught me Yet she could easily have taught prou the meaning of that word the other responded with cruel ruthless meaning I 1 1 will take the lesson from you You will have It then 111111 She was my wife but without the I blessing of God or the law of man I owned her do you understand f I pos sessed her body and soul Not soul said the woman but the protest war lost You 111 cried the man swiftly leaping upon him I No tiger ever sprang with such hwlftness or such ferocity Langford i Woman Shall I Threw Him Down tr and Kill Him fWas prepared for an attack He dealt k plow at the oncosalnjf figure with al- ltkatotce of his arm and skill end Iratatig enabled him to put Into it BT than one would have fancied- jropt the sllghtnsss of his figure He the man fairly In the chest The Vtov apparently might have sta- garedan ox it had no effeot whatever Langfeeda whirlwind He was lifted from the earth and held high In the air For Itrugllehea voice beneath him cry Woman shall I throw him down and kill him 7 Do him no hurt said the woman for what he has said as ho sees It Js true i CHAPTER XVII Confronted I At these appalling words the strength seemd all at once to go out of the mans arm Heavily but not with purposeful ungentlfeneas he slowly set Langford down upon his feet on the sand You brute cried the other man trembling with Impotent anger There was nothing that he could do personally If he had possessed a weapon he would have killed the Is lander but he was unarmed and help less Therefore ho turned toward the beach and called to his men They had seen the sudden attack and were already running across the sands No said the woman that word belongs to you You have told the truth and yet not all She turned to her companion ill thoiiIand Matt she said you have loved me You must hear what I have to say You have said that It was true he muttered hoarsely And the man LivesI turned toward Langford again But by this itlme the six blur jackets who made Up the gigs crew were close at hand Ualey cried Langford to the cox- walar lIeIl84 that brute yondet and I The woman was still wearing the knife that she habitually carried She used It often and kept the blade brightk and of keen edge She whipped It out on the instant her civilization falling from her like a discarded garment when the man she loved was threat ened I Let no one lay hand upon him she cried aflame to defend him I swear that I will drive It into my own heart if he be touched Give me the knit said her com panlon suddenly Before she could prevent him ho whipped It out of hr band And now he said springing toe ward the huddled group of sailors the youIwtUtouchj the ma fhrank back There WI- UIoWalo nrles tn the aspect of e man his potter iriuiso evident bis tcMHT M wU that none to preelpttatt a frar Continued on Page 7 i J j M TO CONTRACTORS I1lOTICE IHealed bids will be received for concrete pavements around the court house inside the yard and In front of the court house and for a con crete wall or coping around sameas per plans and specifications now on file in my office All bids must be sealed and filed with the undersigned on on before 10 oclock a m Wednesday Sept 21 1P10 673t 0 B COOPER Clerk HOW GOOD NEWS SPREADS I am 70 years old and travel most of the Ume writes B V Tolson of Ellzabet town Ky Everywhere I go I recommend Electric Bitters because I owe my excellent health and vitality to them They effect a cute every lime They never fall to tono the stomach regulate the kidneys and bowes stimulate the liver in vlgorate the nerves and purify the strength vigor and health thats a dally joy Try them Only 50c Satisfaction is positively guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store A GOOD POSITION Can be had by ambitious young men and ladles In the field of Wireless or Hallway telegraphy Since the 8 hour law became effective and since the wlrelesii companies are establish Ing etatiops throughout the country there is a great shortage of telegraph CM Positions pay beginners from 70 to 190 per month with good chance of advancement The National Tele graph Institute operates six official institutes in America under supervision of H RandjAVireless Officials and places all Juatee Into posi tions It will ps you to write them Philadelphia Pa for full details at Cincinnati 0 or jjseemtheres trouble Loss of Appetite lndlgAetionr Nervousness Despond ency Headache But such troubles PfIIspThopCnnTDrug irtM NOTICE y In the district court of tho Unltetft States for the Eastern district or Kentucky In the matter of Clarence J BankruptBy entered by Ji BankruptcyN aboveistyled case I as trustee of same will on Saturday the 22nd dty or October A D 1910 between tho hours ot 10 oclock a m and 3 oclock p m on the premises being 52 acres I of farm land situated in Lincoln county Kentucky on the waters oC Green river adjoining the Denhanu farm and lying near the postofflco ot Jumbo Kentucky expose to publics sale to the highest and best Udder for cash in baud the above described tract or parcel of land together wJth nineteen acres of land adjoining namcj now owned by Clarence J Sipplev mo bankrupt above named and alscn onehalf Interest in the growing aros upon the said land Given under my band this the 19Kn day of Algust 1910 R A DYCHE Trustee APMIVISTRATORS NOTWB All persons having claims ogafssc the estate of M C Saufley dfccfiaseff will present the same to tne undersigned properly proven on or Before the 12th day of October 1910 and alB persons Indebted to said decedent Ml c Saufley will please settle sam I promptly I GEORGE E STONED Admr of M C SautTer Deceased September 28 1910 T T s hI will offer for sale on the premises my highly improvedd v 212 ACRE FARM 0 on the best of pikes 5 miles from each Danville and Lancasteri175 acres Tillable land 75 of which Is best tobacco land 25 acres of well timbered riverside land = Barytes indications are second to none and if mined should gay = 4 cost of land 0 THE DWELLING one of the best in the country Is a nine room modern built house heated by furnace and well finished It is noted for its beaUtifui healthy location good neighborhood and close proximity to best t schools and churches in the State There are three good tenant houses a 12acre tobacco bar vUlL 5 I excellent basement for stock 36x134 feet piConsidering location bulldlngsquallty land etc no more Ie r plrable farm home has been placed upon the market JAMES OTTER Danville Ky t l Cook Farms First Animal Sale t rx Greatest event of the kind ever Held In Kentucky 50 saddle m3r6C coltsnd fHllesr 50 jennets and colts All registered Catalogues nor ready Every one of these Jennets should be kept In Kentucky J F COOK CO Lexington Ky If you have anything to soil in the STOCK w LINE Take to Nunnelleys New Stock Yardss He buysand sel s every day in thaw year except Sunday Bring orr your stock Best market iu the State with plenty of IISTANFORD NorShap Barn Door Hanger The tubular track is easily put In position It is Impossible for this track to freeze up clog or stick The slot is on the lower side Note the tandem rojler carriage the wheels are round With a flange in the center which plumbs the slot compellingthecarriagetoworkfreely A The solid steel wheels are Jmounted on roller 2irightmaking a shelter fronj II you want the rain or sun x best that money Ik MtlM tuck CMH U can buy Bomc ancIt teittlwaN aY thing that wiU tXHt ton tts be good not only for yean but for generations Invee tlgate the Nor SUp Tubu J4raDoor Hasfcc pAI uI w NI FOR SALE BY GEORGE H FARRIS STANFORD KY 1G M It 7 J- t I S 4 THE STANFORD KENT UCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL FRIDAY SKIT III 1910 r 4- TILE INTERIOR JOURNAL Established 1872 VBRT TUESDAY AND FRIDAY At U Per Year In Advance HELTON SAUFLEY Publliht Entered at the Post Office at stan- ford Ky as Second Class mall The Anderson News truly says It looks very much as If the fight for tho Democratic nomination lor Governor would overshadow the races for Congress In the state of Kentucky this fall The talk Is who are you 101 for Governor and not a word about the Democratic nominee for Congress There is plenty of time later Cfi to settle the nomination for Governor AS we can do that next year Now lithe I time to be building our fences ant 40 see that Hon Harvey Helm defeats his opponent Col EweU by a large TBiiojrity One thing at a tyre and- eto that well Next years races can take care of themselves So fellow Democrats talk Helm for Congress until after the November election and q en wo will decide whether Me Creary Johnson Head Hendricks or some other good man shall be our standard bearer next year for Gov ernor ItPkllwrdeotHon James Louis vine has announced his candidacy for the Democratic nomination for lieu tenantgovernor He is well known to the people of the state by reason xf the tact that he served two terms in tho legislature having been a member of the house at the eeslona of 1902 and 1004 and during those two terms he showed that he was one of the parliamentarians in the state lie is a very strong Dem ocrat and Is very proud of his record of never having scratched a ticket In bis life and will undoubtedly prove a strong candidate artfife I Tbe biggest thing we have teen In along time Is the Kentucky state fair J W Newman has certain Secretary himself the right man In the right place Louisville was so crowd ed with fair visitors Thursday that it was hard to find a place to sleepI One Lincoln county citizen Is said to have sought repose In a bath tub In a very able editorial Editor pesha Brecklnrldge of the Lexington Herald declares for McCreary for the Democratic nomination for governor HE IS A SURE WINNER T From the Louisville Times Former United States Senator ins ifi McCreary of Richmond accompa tiled l y several of his lieutenants Shelton M SauHey of Stanford Tom Bmlth A D Miller aud Tom PIckels of Richmond arrived today to visitI the big state show Senator Mc Creory who Is one of the candidates for the Democratic nomination for governor Is making nn acUvecanvass for the honor The veteran politician Is personally known to almost every voter In the state and brought this accomplishment into good play among the crowds at the fair He was given a vans welcome by hlA friends and ijis the center of many Interested groups during the day APPALACHIAN EXPOSITION KNOXVILLE ENN Sept 12th to October 12th Visit the Appalachian Exposition tickets at iow round trip rates are IRt sale dally to Knoxville Tenn via QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE up to and Including Oct 2th Ask ticket or write W Aagent for particulate 13cekler 0 P A Cincinnati O National Encampment Q A Us At lactic City N J SepL 29th24th 1910 Round trip tickets will be sold at rate j 11 ot 24J5 Sept 15 16 17 18 and 19 until Sept 29 191011 good returning CRESCENT route via tho QUEEN from Junction City Ky Ask ticket agent for full particulars or write W A Heckler G P A Cincinnati O A WHEN MERIT WINS When the medicine you take cures your disease toes up your system and feel better stronger and makes you That Isbeforethanvigorousmore Kidney PlUs do for you what in all cases of backache headache sleep C8S low of apPeUte lerVoUS weakness thatgeneralandlessueas kid dlll of they an rep or bladdery Sugars and Tan zer 3u KEEP THE KIDNEYS WELLI Health U Worth Saving and Som e Stanford People Know How to Save It Many Stanford people take their lives In their hands by neglecUng the kidneys when they know these organs need help Sick kidneys are respoi sible for a vast amount of suffering and III health but there Is no need to suffer nor to remain in danger hen all diseases and aches and pains due to weak kidneys can be quickly and pcramncntly cured by the use or Doans Kidney Pills The followlu statement leaves no ground for doubt Mrs B F Walter lUll street laster Ky says I never fallLanI praise Doans Kidney Pills have tho opportunity as they are cera talnly an excellent remedy I hare not been without a supply In the house for years Whenever my back becomes lame nnaPalnful a few dose8- I bring me instant relief At one time 1 feared that I had serious kidney trouble Tfcie kidney secretions were unnatural and gave unmistakable evl deuce of disordered kidneys All that time It was my good fortune to heRr of Poans Kidney P11K and I begat their use In a short time mkJUneYI were restored to a normal condition tlonFor sale by all dealers Price 6C cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo N Y sole agents for the United States Remeber the nnmeDoans6JJd take no other VII Preachersville Misses Mary and Lucy Pettus are attending school at Richmond Mrs T J Durham and children of Whites Mill have been visiting her parents at Wasloto Misses Resale and Jennie Smith of Whites Mill are visiting relatives in Cell and Whitley Mr and Mrs Fado Parks visited Mrs D U Rosa of Canard Mrs Addle Cummins and daughter of Kansas City are visiting1 relatives hre John Bull will move to Goshen Mrs J J Smith visited his daughter Mrs Jlwf Cress Misses Mary Anderson and Ger trade Adams visited Miss Carrie Tay lor i Vaster Joseph Cress visited his un cle Kendall Smith near Walnut nat Miss Eva Taylor of Somerset visit ed the Misses1Tettus Sunday Miss Taylor will teach In the graded school at Crab Orchard this term Logan Thompson sold a bunch of cat tie to G A Swlnebroad at 5s M P Lawrence sold a good black horse at J H Baughmans sale for USO- J R Rigsby bought a horse at Lan caster from Mr Bourne for 83 J M Cress bought n thoroughbred Duroc male from T J Durham of Whites Mill for 22 Mr Durham recently purchased a livemonths old Duroc male to head his herd for over 30c per pound from an Illinois breeder Ihll Thompson sold a pair of mules top B Burton of Lancaster for 350 John Richardson sold two suckling mules to Pence Brcp of Garrard at 3250 each Rev Pence Bryant preached Saturday and Sunday to good crowds A protracted meeting will begin at the Baptist church the second Sunday InI October Mr T J Shaw has been JIlwlUla had boll for a week Mr Henry Blankenahlp Is some better Mrs KIdd Is bettor Miss Hetilo Rlpsby of Cedar Creek was Yisltng Miss L1I1I0 Ballard Another wedding here soon so dame rumor tells us Mr John Anderson of Crab Orch ard visited friends here Mesdames J J Thompson and Hay den Leaven of Garrard were visiting Mrs J M Cress A handsome young lady has arrived to make her home with Mr and Mrs J F Thompson of Sweeney neighborhood W H Drown and wife have Just re turned from a visit to his uncle Dan Brown of Missouri Their daughter Miss Hollle will spend a month bee fore returning homeI PUBLIC SALE In the town of Crab Orchard on Saturday October 1st 1910 I will offer for sale at public outcry the Dr Price lorerom and lot near tho depot at 130 p 1- nTermsonehatr cash and the re alnder In one and two years- J P CHANDLER Your kidneys may be of long otand ll1g It may be either Mute or ionic but whatever It Is Foleys Kidney Remedy will aid you to get rid of It quickly and restore your intwral health and vigor One bottle f Foleys Kidney Remedy mado me well said J Sibbull oNOrand View Wh Commence taking It now Sim gars and Tanner I Fall AKA Whtir 511111111 1 My new fall hod winter samples ate now ready for your Inspection They I comprise the best on the market 1 can suit ahy one as to price who has his clothes made to order A suit made to your measure Is preferable to ready made clothes To have them made to measure doesnt cost any more than ready made when quality and fit Is considered Como In and let me take your measure H C Kupley the Practical Tallor5 Deafness Cannot Be Cured by Lora ippllcttloiu u they eunot rttcb the die ruxxj portion ol the far Tbtn H only one way to turf drttocM and that to by autltutlool mwdln Veatun to ctkuwd by ut inBtmed coodltloo ol tile mucow Itntoi ol the EuiUcbka Tube Wbtn the tube to named you bare a rumbltos wand or to perfect bemc taxi wbta It to enUrtly ckwni DU DM H the mult ud ualni Uu toflimmittoo ran b- etra out ud this tube ratorml to IU normal eoodl Uoa be4rtat will be datroyed forever gnu rout of tee are tallied by Catarrb Y otauoa but u Icfluncd roeof Ue anew wrttcte WI Will ttte On nuadnd DolWi rw sur tae 01 Dnttut uuenl br eturrb tbAt cannot be eIIIed 57 HWa Catarrh Cute Sad tar ebeu4re nnJ CHENEY CO TBkCO 0PM by JruRktar rte eoruupauaoS r Cincinnati O QueentCreLCnt Route Round Trip Fares From Junc1 1 tlon City Kentucky TICKETS ON SALE DAILY 1440 Good returning five days From Date of Sale 560 Good Returning until Sept 29tn F G DENNIS Ticket Agent Junction City Ky a For Sale Nice residence on Main street In Stanford Kyp the frontage of lot large enough for another build- Ing lot All necessary outbuildings Everything In good repair Price J2760 A bargain see Lv R Hughes REAL SANITARY PLUMBING Saves Its cost over and over ngfiiu In lessened doctprs bill Dut you must be sure that It Is reaU It Isnt tho white basin and nleketelh pipes that make sanitary plumbing It Is the way they are put together Have us do your plumbing We have the know how W K WARNERP- hone 188 Stanford Ky HIB Northcoit LANCASTER KY i BUYER OFIAll Kinds ofFarm Produce Stanford Branch T K Tudor MgrI WE ARE PAYING TODAY FORIHens 9lOc Springers 10llc Turkeys J213o Ducks per Ib 7Sc Roosters per lb SSio Feathers15iOcjGinseng per 500 Yellow hoot perlb11251LI- MEEXCHANGE AND FOR PRODUCE I We can please you Phone 153 J G Riddle CRAB ORCHARD KY Buyer of All kinds of farm produce and am paying today for 11enat 9 12 to SOc Eggs n 19c Springers 11 to 11 l2c Roasters 5 to C 1- 2cTurkoys712 to lad hicks 7 to Se Hides 6 12 to 7c Feathers 45 to 43e Meal Flour Ship Stuff and Chick en Feed for sale or In exchanQe for Produce Phono 20 WITHOUT M IU I NESS CARDS Abe Minks Moreland Prop Ky New Hotel Opposite Depot and Stable Special Rates to Traveling men Everything Brand New Single Rooms R M NEWLAND Representing The Mutual Benefit Life Iniuranco Co The leading annual dividend Com pany Its distinction Is duo to adher ence of successive managements tc the principle of mutuality W Wt BURGIN DENTIST Office at Residence CRAB ORCHARD KY DR T W PENNINGTON Dentist Hours 83M2 AM and 1 to 430 PM office Myers House flats Stanford Ky DR W CRAIG- Oculht and Optici- anIce over H J McRoberts Store Stanford Ky PRESSED STANDING SEAM GAL VANIZED ROOFING Large Quantities carried In Stock EADS TIN SHOP Stanford Phone 114 JOHN COOK Veterinary Surgeon and dentist Specialist on alt horse and animal disease Stanford Ky Phone 194 WILL ADAMS Livery all kinds of hauling Furniture packing Stanford Ky Phone 173 MASONS MEETING FMLincoln Lodge No will meet In itnted communication on sack neat and third Monday nlgnti of each at T80 oclock In their hall on main streeet San lord Ky Members ot ilitrr lodgel Are Ira urnalir Invited to be present T W len nlnKton Bee j j BELDEN Per bourne carriage and alln paintingdeco alive r banging alto buggy trimming ol all kinds such as tops recovered curtains and boots made BtopoT rAldrtdgei black iralth shop West Main 81 Xrn Phone Nol IH J J BELDEN Lt N TImE TABLE No n x No t- floathl2r 14 Moi4ertb4WA at- NoidNertbbtll r lt No n 1039 A I- IloMtltarlI JOl te RICE Agent CHOOSING A WHIP j Is an easy matter bore Wo haveI very style for every use nnl at 11 bout any pries Tim oily whip you mnnot get hero is A pour one WI lave nand of that Kind Our whips i 1 ire only n sAmple of our harness end ill kinds of horse goods You 11 find I I ho latter Just as good as the whips ind equally moderate In priceIJ C McCLARY 1 DRIVEN FROM HOME by fires fierce ravages what a come fort to the family to know their fire Insurance policy will provide them with another Have us Issue you one today so that you will be protected In case such a disaster happens to you Its worth the coat Just to know you are protected Fire Insurance sales you from worry as well as ruin W S FISH STANFORD KY PHONE 200 LOW ROUNDTRIP HOMESEEKERS FARES TO The West Southwest and Northwest 21ST SeeeeernaESSmNAL eeeeeeeeeeeeeefMINKS 2 TRAINS DAILY 2 t ST Louis TO rWITHOUT CHAKQE W Tickets on Sale First and Third Tuesdays In each Month Return Limit 28 Days from Date of Sale TWrlle for Fun and Special Dltlne Route Arnntemeniss- A PIUN2r rl A1sT 01 A rAdICIirttO- ADNUR KY 11- I 10COOD SHOESZ Its the Laborer the man who toils who needs and wears the best foot wear and for the LABORING MAN whether he be the boy at the plow the man in the tobacco field teamster builder or section man wehave made especial paration foifyou We feel we are- offering our trade this time the 1 best OUTOFDOOR footwear that mac finer can make oLmoneyr canftuySWejgDW the WITCH ELK saes M t Shoe is the best shoemaking Wfi ever saw and we have sold shoes t for 25 years They fit and feel 0 like Sunday Shoes They Wear like iron shoes theyturnwaterlike rubber shoes 750 for a 6inchItop 875 for 9inch top 10for15 inchtop Look at them whether you buy or not Younever sawonetbetter MENZIES SHOE anothter Pennant Winner a soft tough leather take our word for it Try just one pair You cant be hurt 350 to 750 These two linesare really the best things ever sold Ihere Sold only by HeJ McRoberts ys a + mars +wsw rewww diibsi7r rails Q L Penny RI Coffey E R Colcmti Hi hr II Wfllw1UU fB 1 Phosphates Mr Grape Juice m Anda Large List ofGenuine r m Atg III MlStanford Kentucky 11 EjB rfd BB3 B BBE Ee 4 JLBeazleyCo I Undertakers and Embalm en Also Dealers la Fur The1willall Kinds of Stock Give Then a Call Price Right STANFORD KENTUCKY Harry JacobsDealer In and Manufacturer of Marblo and Cranlto Monu ments JawVaauKinney Ky OHIO VALLEY EXPOSITION Aug 29Sept 24 1910 A magnificent parade will take 3 hours to pass a Riven point will mark tho opening of tho Ohio Valley Exposition Aug 20th 1910 Special low rates to Cincinnati 0 via tho Q O route have been placed In effect Ask ticket agent for parUcu lars W A Heckler General IfeMeu ger Agent Cincinnati O r- r t rteW A TKBBJLES Furniture and Undertaking Day rtiono 28 f r Night Phone 133 Stanford KenturHyI CONCRETING v We are In position to do all kind Ol eon oming such a1 Block Work raremenU sbeUedowntoatenoeyou promptly and guarantee Britetaw twork and material Vail and get our prloes Mlore you buy your material at leas- tBROSe i t PHILLIPS e CI rs BtanfordKtw I 111 When Hungry = y rfoGOTOCanons Uoitnnrant I nneaster Street Mcnli toned at aljhours up to 11 ser KYDell place lu wn for a good quick meal Dooklng to ut our cnitomoriooripcolftltr Splendid Oroccrie now line of fancy 0I not Coffee Bandwlobei plea Butter milk and cweet milk etoatall times W A CAR SON Ptlyp FRIDAY SEPT 16 1910 THE STANFORD KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL S Ei tA New I SilksY 7 We have just placed on sale a beautiful line of Persian Plaid and ifPersian and Plaid Combination Silks for new Fall waists Price 100 to 175 per yard a BagsM j We have all the new and desirable styles in Ladies Hand Bags 60c- V tO 100 See onexta large bag for 50c a t r h II There is a new line of 25c box pa t Store pets special values at Pennys Drug PERSONAL NOTES + idles Jane Walker of Garrard Is the guest tl her aunt Mrs J C flays Mr Neely Stone is visiting Mrs G R Hardln at Beilevue Ky Mrs Woods Walker of Paint Lick lilted Mrs J C Hays here this week i Mr Mack Rankin of Fittsburg Pa is tlnlting his father Mr William i RankJB on Lancaster street Mr and Mrs George Wearen spent t W today in Richmond Mrs W K Wearen and little son 1 5 are Y1ltag relatives In Lancaster and Mrs J E Bruce have gone Creek Mich I Miss Rachel Allison left on Wed neiday for Lexington and other points Mrs R M Nowland and littler daughter Dorothy Susan ore guests t ot the former mother Mrs Elkin lu Louisville L B Hilton spent Thursday relatives In Brodhcad J II Paxton and Master Jas Paxton spent Wednesday with Mrs Prutons parents rr sad Mrs A C RoblDson at Lancaster Mr and Mrs John Ball attended the EUtofsJr this week Mrs John H Woner and Miss Steak lltI are the guests of Mrs JafflfJ Mershon at Lebanon Junction Miss Mary Jlackley loft yesterday 4 tor Chase City Va where she will teach art in Bouthslde Instltulo tbe ensuing year MlM s Nellie Wilton and Rachel Hill attended the cxposlUon at Cln cfnnUi this week Mral HaUIo Orr and daughter Milt Lottie Orr of Covington havo been gtfenU of the formers brother Mr W t oMjptcd Thomas P Bright left yesterday for tie University of Virginia at Char lottsvtlle whore ho will enter school Slfs father accompanied him Fifty seven years ago Oct 1 MIO young WHni grandfather matriculated at this school r Mrs J S Rico Is visiting her moth er In Cave City Mr and Mrs J H Baughman at tended the Knoxvllle laIr this week RevR B Mahony of Allen county returned borne last night Mrs Will Glvcnsfrora Shelby City left Wednesday for Battle Creek Mich where she will spend two weeksMessrs Took Hobblesad Clar ence Tate are attending the state fair this weok Mrs Will R1B0 of Hustonvllle and baby visited her mother Mrs Jessie Btagg here this week Mr and Mrs J B Foster are enter taming a jolly house party nt the pretty home in the country Mlssts Susie Cooley and Maggie Debord are yiilUug relatives in May wood Orfd Garnett Is quite ill and W n Bullock of Lebanon is working nt the depot In his place Mrs nod man Keenon of Harrods burg and Miss Frances Adams spent Thursday at the state fair Postmaster J C Florence attend ed the State Postmasters Conventional Louisville this week Mr and Mrs Hume Login and chil dreu of Louisville will arrive this Af ternoon In their touring car and will W the gu4t of Mr and Mrs J H BauRhman while here Mr James 1 Ends has returned treat apl6asant visit to bis daughter Mrf J err Rankln In Wayne county He also attended tbe Montlcello talc while away Mr Harry J McMullcn oft ebanoa who taught school in the Stanford nigh school Js here and will preach at the rc byterlflTf church botfi morning jaovQrilnK on next Sunday Mr hays Foster Is entertaining a house party at his homo In the coun try onilstlug of Misses Lallan llookh Nuchols of Plnevllle Frances Cooper of this city and Mr Shelby lost of New York Foster Hall entertain with an Informal dancent the opera house tonight In honor of the members ot the party FI t I1 you have not been It is pretty certain that you have thought about the matter at some- timet or orther and you will never have a better chance to get ac quainted r with the best in mens clothes than right now at this stor e r Why buy something Just as Good when the genuine costs you k NO MORE I STANFORD KENTUCKY r Of Course We Are Not That you take all we say in blind faith In fact we prefer that you make the most rigid comparison of our merchandise with that of orher stores We believe the more you compare the surer we are to get your business Postmaster J C Florence Is Attend J ing tho State Postmasters convention at Louisville Mrs Charles Keeton of Williams burg nee Miss Georgia Lewis and Mias Keeton are the guests of Mr and Mrs W II Hlgglna today Mrs Marvin II Adams it visiting ber mouser Mrs Newland while Mr Adams Is looking for a home in Lex ington where be has recently moved from Danville to go In business Lincoln county sent a big delegation to tho State Fair at Louisville Among those attended were Col J P Chand ler Col J W Guest B F Rout Dr j Mr and MrsT W Penulngton Lovell John Engleman John aughI Mr and Mrs W K Shugars Mr and Mrs James Woods Mr and Mrs W II Curtis Sterling Curtis J M Rey folds Mrs K E Gaines and daughter Miss Gertrude Gaines Mack Lawson Judge J W Alcorn Dr Edward Al1 corn Charles Adams Albert and George Spoonamore Dr and Mrs W P pickle Tom Newland Jr Tom and t Alfred Pence D D Carter M S Baughinun and Misses Sara audj llza both Baughman J D Eads and Mlssen Ends Miss Marie Mahony Dr E J Brown SHORT LOCAL NEWS Duff Orphlngton cockerels for tale C C Withers 634 For SAleGood room house with lot and garden sad all necessary outbuilding Also coal bins and store building with good stock of goods Terms reasonable pall or write to Mrs Jj CKaplei Row land Ky for particulate Tobacco grower will Und coke an Ideal fuel for drying tobacco WltiJ or phone us Dinvllle Ky Gas Wght 654Company Mr J L beazley icow that hat yielded 35 pounds of butter at the creamery for the month ot August paying him 875 betides the milk he used at home RUT Robert MuMullIn will preach nt tho Presbyterlna church next Sun day at 11 a m and 730 p m Loat Plain gold bracelet Reward I for return to this ofllco I Constipation anAIndigestion are twins They kill people Inch by Inch sap life away every day Holllstcrs Rooky Mountain Tea removes the cause drives tho disease away 35c Tea or Tablets Shugars and Tanner The citycouncil JledJohn W J Stono aa city assessor for this year I County Assessor Pepplos has gono to t work and IB being assisted by his dep I uty Joo Embry 1 Harry a D ug nan sold to M D Elmorj his twostory storeroom on t Malt street recently occupied by I Goldstein for 2900 Delinquent school taxes not paid by Oct 11 will ba advertised L R Hughes treasurer D721 J J sold farm of 138 acres near Turriersvllle to a Mr San dusky of Wayne county at 100 on Acre Frank soldh1s 85 acre farm In tho West End to a Virginia party for 12900 This is known as the old Woolfolk GIvens place The twoyearold son Mr and Mrs J W Brackett died Friday of flux They have much sympathy in their bereavement IMOles three da halt year old son of Mr and Mrs George Corey died at their home near lungs Mountain Thursday of membraneous croup He was burled Friday afternoon after services at the Highland Methodist church The hometalent plyay Diamonds and Hearts played to a nice crowd Monday night About 50 was reaps ed to go toward helping maintain the Rowland mission R R Noel ColP Bibles of all grades testaments and a good supply of religious literature Agent also for Western Recorder and Mission Journals 1 have taken rooms with Mrs Leila Cook on East Main street en trance on Cutoff etr etand will be pleased to watt on my friends at anytime R R Noel Ed bean from hIs vacation spent in the north lie visited Rattle Creek Petoskey Mack mad Island and had fine fishing and no one enjoys that more than be W W White the Country Store merchant w ntlnto lDvplunwy bank ruptcy today and Referee J N San ten is In charge of the store Tho Stock of goods Invoiced at 3500 and Br Whites liabilities will amount to about 3UOOrN8 said His many trends hope he will soon be on hIs feet again The Danville Advocate says that County Attorney W S Burch of this city is one of tho prominent lawyers of the 13th judicial district being mentioned as a Democratic candidate for circuit judge next year Common wealths Attorney C A Hardin Is bong urged by his friends all over tho district to drake the raco and It Is beloved I ho will do EO The Womans Improvement Club mot at the Baptist church on Wednes day afternoon tho regular meeting time and quite a number of She mem tiers wero present Much was IllanI ted for tho betterment of the md also business matters were at I ended to Mrs P M Mcltoborts re ilgnlng us secretary Mrs S M Suuf i cy was chosen to till tho vacancy Lout rockctbook containing 32 in au nnd other articles Finder may icfp money if will return pocketbook Nils office THINK OF THIS I same This hoe travels tho 4 tF e io 0 Stanford o HtHO 7 r 0 1 f Ti jNew Dress Goods 11 All shades in Excelsior Broadcloth so popular for Falqt CO inches wide at 1 r We open the season with all solid colors at Extra Special in SOLID WHITE OUTING 10cJFancy Light and Dark SEVERANCE SON Stanford Kentucky 1Mr 1Mr Get Acquainted Now wea- ringHartSchaffner Marx Clothes Cummins Wearen Proposing received iFARMER furiweH HIGGINS Kentucky GiOCH Outing Flannels The tax books for 1910 are now ready Settle now and avoid the rush and confusion of waiting until the laet day W L McCarty Sheriff Lost coax oaLncasterpike Return to this office and receive re ward For Sale The house on East Main street known as the PennIngton place Apply to T W Pennington For Bale Fine toad mare 4 istd old standard registered A B Drown Danville Mr W L Adams tells the I J that he has bought the old W A Carson homo place at Crab Orchard and will sooa move there with his family to make bio ho- meRevCGrlnstood offalmouth Coburus Mlustrele gave a BBfar W show to a big audience at Vut s gi house Thursday night TIf5 IK ftP of the higtvest class mlaateafa IW F Disbon sold his fares tisa cv iflgEland section to J N IbaBcinu I The price was not made public trf 0Q said to have been a goodios J D Whjtehouse bought ha 5t Bt t J D Sauce his fine farm rdries vllle at Usa ah acre It cosacs + acres Mrs Jacob Wljmert Llacrte zfound her way back to perfcci BK Shu writes I suffered wltlikii trouble and backache and my i N s petite was very poor at times Alt weeks ago I got Foley Kidney Jand gave them a fair trial T i c IIIiliii1Cobr1gAY M fll DranfirDetroy J r nrredtentseawc Ghceeia Qrtil SItwnl7J6dtscc Akaab Parfwnw A hilt anamadetrots this formula is r y IWr food lWr foak a yit possesses l A J j tarnJha1 t r DONT EXP R MENT j i iGOODjJTheyboys 1 TT f t W E PERKINS CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY I rr I ai 11 vPi v IL R Hughes T W Humble W 0 Martin ffi Bsw Line Of B1VIVIVIVI 1 We have just received a newline of pretty uptodate novelties in Neckwear Auto Scarf slarge brilliant hatsnI pins Jabots patent leather j and Persian belts in hand some colors Also beautiful J3 line of handbags all sizes and prices from 50c to 5 y Call and see us before buying HUGHES MARTIN CO f Dry Goods Notions Shoes f L STANFORD KENTUCKY 11 I I Jtf L 1 P to 0 oj II n I II I n IWTHEw STANFORD KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL FRIDAY SEPT II lilt y A Gael Painter withfoor Paint bets Poor Results A Poor Painter with Good Paint gets setter Results But a gQod painter with Jannas GI88nS8aI Paint can produce results in every way satisfactory GREEN SEAL PAINT will go further wear longer look better and actually save the consumer 15 to 25on a job of painting ron PALE mr L SANDERS Crab Orchard and IL G B PRUITT Moreland a IUEtEW 1 P PM I t ME- r About that New Suit w 1 Just Received a Big Line agKc r L 1 SANDERS 1 Crab Orchard Kentucky 1M i Pjrotecluiic Ftatures + I WEJBe IIagifcNt Pains kUttle In the CJeu s Nt I tie Future cf the Appalachian c IEiiNftfn I I tpyro6saE ig taraot the Ab ytlMaka Ezytim to JC Tjll it Vea SeptoaSer uto October 12 jrUl W Important Great displays ol R s petieea pyrotechnie presenta 1Meu mlfbtr to their pdUtsncytrul lie given every miffct url the first creek of the ezposttion The cutmlas i EeedBattle in the Clouds a wonderful Story of the day with atrial reaUI I91U be presented a Battle in the Clouds is now being presented nightly in the Inv at Luna r ilIpate in the stirring episodes battle jMUieanta and of this big exhibition i the beautiful scenic representation ol the city of science together with the j Irshipi occupies the entire Infield of j I the race tracktThe rammer night showa of the famous Pain pave for twentyseven years been the one big night attraction at the i faahlonabla Manhattan beach New York and also for the same length ol time at Alexandria Palace London d The production to be given at exposI tloa will surpass anything over seen 1a an open air amusement line in the countryoThe spectator will see before him a Ja the great amphitheater a mimic city of the period A D 2000 with its palace temples triumphal arches wireless telegraph stastlons knows as The City of Silence theIi Mars Soldiers parade the streets and 11a children will dance beforo King Pyro i and big Queen Electra rulers of the Cttr of science and the greatest acre j i batlc and novelty acts procurable areI presentedMars displeased over the success c of the World of Science being able to signal bill planet and sends alrshlpsI i to warn the aspiring race to fits efforts To wrest every secret a reluctant nature King Pyro defies Mars and rends his aerial tight I rg machines to pieces gives a very thedestruOItlonofthe smoke has fairly cleared away cabove the Illfated city the gorgeouadlaIterminates the venlngs perform- ancei t roIr shown all the latest novelties Jn fire works for wbkh tie famous Pain itI Justly celebrated both In this country beIThe acts eeaaredtWa year for the Battle In the Clouds are the largest and best of the vaudevl11e world Th exhibition of Gene and Marie Aeltz man on the high wire are alone worth a trip of miles to see The flying Jor dons the Eugene Trio Balnea flack Bounding Rope Budln Osterin with their trick hO R4others equally as great furnlelii the program for the entertainment ef the cltizeas el tht cIty of Science1 KarK + a ritrtc iO1s ipsia r inRl tfete tCm diga1waare ak cpprJJlwttics aeMiIneaUter It it wl not Kir relive but da willt oe a I tri to the digestive jppMOtus t agate do I i work nqrraallr d0t171esalvtox sea m ion aweteeln th- eketh and let a Ymeio that only eattln dieM IseIm redlctU will not came indigestionbulna a aeleaUfle laxative We knowI no remedy that combines tkeaere Caldaaeaquarter of a century tarsiveural ingredients for the cure of con ftlpatlon tndlgeUoncUver trouble sour similar com Its Ingredients will so strengthen musclesthaturally and when thAt has been accom FannieStuartBlackburnMowith this remedy They became con vlnced that pine and tablets salts sips cures etc were at belt only acceptedDrtie which he wjlllnglr sends to anyone LaterhavingPepsinofdollar a bottle pleasedtoesire for yourself or family pertaining to absolutelyfree detaJLForand address on a postal card or doctorsddresswell building Montlcello 111 THE BEST OFFER EVER MADE Home and farm one full year regu price SOc Uncle Remus Home Magazine regu price 5100 Good ficasckSepcr Full year regular price i MC Toe Evening Post dally 3 months il i The Interior Journal your home paper full year StpO IHere you have a value of 525 IAI for 260 for a short time only Send or bring your order In at once- tc The Interior Journal Stanford Ky This offer Is not good where the Evening Poet has an agent SALEsHaving decided to give up farming on account of poor nealth I will on Wednesday Sept Zlst 1910 offer ror tale at public outcry 4at my lava spout three rillles south of yhelbj City on He HustonvllJo and Daiivilfi turupllie near Bowen at 10 oclock a m the following described property Iwo milk cowS tour 2year old heif krrtonochines hay rake new twohorse wagon eight J6UpounJ hog one buggy some good hay and many other articles too numerous to irentloi- iTcrns rCaBh LP COFPMAN Fe JiqSfi i T Shelby CltyKy a JP Oiundler Auct p r ABODY BUILDERt MR THE = CELLS AND TISSUES A FOWE1FUL STRENGTH rSODUC INS RECONSTRUCTION TONIC FOR TIE HOOD AND NERVOUS SYSTEM A Isttle Purchased Today Starts Toe lifght OB the Rosa Jo NuMb Satls1factionSOLDIIY- PENNYS STORE AN AWFUL ERUPTION of a volcano excites brief interest and your interest In skin eruptions will be ns short If you use Buckleaa Attica Salve their quickest cure Even the worst bolls ulcers or fever NllC are soon healed by It Beat for hums Cuts Bruises Sore Lips Chap ped hands Chilblains and Piles It gives 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factor whose pretence was aa surprising and unex peeled as It was determinative From out to tea yet Bear at hand came a mulled detonation the roar of a heavy gun Around one of the heads leads that rose oa that side of the Is land there swept the white tides of theca toy It was the woman who saw It firstLook I she cried A ship of war a cruiser See from her staff the Gag of the United States This land Is American I claim It by right of dls eorery Lay but a hand upon this man and I will have you hanged for murder Langford They see us there Their glasses have searched the short They have seen this encounter That gun was a warning A boat puts off Thank God we are saved from you Things had transpired even as she said What the cruiser was doing In those seas how happened she to bo thero wero things as yet unknown a but that she was there was apparent She had approached the stand from the other side and had sailed around ft Her mea had observed the encoun ter on tho shore which seemed to be between natives and persons from the yacht which was In plain view a little farther out to sea and the gun had been fired to call attention to the power of the United States This put an entirely now face on the whole affair Matters were taken out of the hands of the parties to the quarrel The law had come to tho Is land The slander did not could not know It but his bared antagonist realized It Immediately So did the woman At Langfords command his men much bewildered at the scene they had witnessed went back to their boat lie himself presently followed after and stood upon the strand awaiting tho approach ot the heavy man of war cutter which had boon put away from the white cruis erssideMan sho said softly this Is what I had to tell yon He nodded A hollow groan burst from his lips 01 His mistress ha muttered bra kenly T would not nave had ypu learn- Ia this way and now that you have heard so much you must hear more shee went on not sparing herself though she might have Justly resent ed the wotd She was dealing with more sor6us things than words now litter though they might be That skip which U the ship of our country lands for law u his for license I was more sinned against than sin slag When you have heard all then you shall judge Thus Is tho test Would God that It had never been laid upon me said the man hoarse ly Would God that the beacon had set been lighted on the hill Nay returned the woman gently thats past praying for Decision pasststory The world holds see stained polluted It may be said but I mai not the sinner that It thinks me or he portrays You said It was true doggedly cried the man Yes but not all true And I bad him In my hands and still he lives Wont you hear mot pleaded the woman The man shook her off and turned away The very Innocence which had prevented his understanding at first tho charge made It the more hideous when comprehension came Ho had loved this woman with a love that passed the love of man for there bad not entered Into his mind the faintest possibility that she could ever be or ever have been other than what she seemed a daughter of the gods In tjrulh In sweetness and In purity And this strange man had come from out the world and proclaimed her his mi- streshis castoff abandoned mistress Once the clew was given he found more hideous depths of Infamy la that word than would have appeared had hlj been a wiser and more experi enced vlstaa Indeed so clear and pure was the soul of this woman that a maw of the world would have known Instantly that there was an explana ties which the child bf nature could not see forthcoming He wanted to be away from her and alone and he turned as If to plunge Into the depths ot the forest but with gentle force 1I- erHtralnedklm You are a man with a maws pow rad a mans soul and a mans heart f cannot fir now You rust stay- aMnsotheIproblem The question wiW ipWsMo the bitter end My iaid 7Jto W da upon what wed6 lewt jcfcapVhU life too sfQ Cef 7 ika man recurring arIto that ught I had him la my haadawuaedsparedbtml Out you par a for my sake said the woman lfBk of that For your sake declared the man pointedly f would and should haTe killed him Thou shalt not kill said the worn an softly An eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth returned the man He and you between you slow my heart Ills death would be ao murder but retribution nut it was In part my fault re turned the womaa bravely maklaVhwr u confession Z t s fo I eanietbeAM yet It WMbttt you shall have the whale wretched story today aad you shall Judge This Much I will say that though all that he said Was true yet I hold myself blameless aa- dIUDet The world judges me harshly and It may be that you will find Its judgment just Yet I do not bold myself as on trial at this moment but you- I do not understand There are many things that you do not understand my friend I would that I bad been left In Ignorance Nay that Is not a mans wish but a childsOf thing I am certain And what is that That I should have killed hlml Nay said the woman again that Is not a childs wish but a brutes You said yourself ho flashed at her that thorn wero some things a woman could not forgive and this is one that a map puts In the same classThe woman sighed There occurred to her at tho moment no answer which was adequate to tho stark realism of this fact Tho conversation had reached an Impasse beyond which It could not progress without the full and com plete explanation which now there war neither time nor opportunity to give for tho boat from the man af war was approaching tho shore The woman stepped resolutely down tho strand to meet It and tho man after a slight hesitation followed her So soon as tho boats keel grated on the bottom In tho shallow water a middloagcd officer rose from the stern sheets and stopped ashore followed by a younger companion In the unl form of a sergeant of marines A little squad of privates In tho bows landed and fell in lino with martial celerity and precision The omcer In charge who wore tho whlto tropic unl form of a lieutenant commander now faced the people on the Island who had Instinctively divided into two groups one on either side of him To the right stood the man and behind him the woman to the loft Lang ford back of him his crew It was to the latter that the officer first ads dressed himself Sir he began I am the execu the officer of the United States cruiser Cheyenne detached on special service Wo teased this Island this morning ran It down circled It saw the yacht yonder Ho paused It Is my yacht sir the Southern Cross answered tho other My name Is Langford LangfordMldeThe lieutenant commander touched his cap as he spoke Langford lifted his and the two shook hands Wa saw continued tho lieutenant commander what appeared to be- socteaort ble fracas with the natives and fired a gun to attract attention and Capt Ashby sent this boat party ashore under my charge to do what ever was necessary Perhaps you can explain how you came to bo em broiled with the natives Sir said the woman And the fact that she addressed him In hit own language and with the cultured ac cents of the wellbred and tho well educated caused the officer to start violently =the island Is mine Mr Whittaker turned and looked deliberately at her his surprise only equaled by his admiration The tunic that she wore was a rough garment and shapeless but few vestment were better calculated to sot off her ex quiche proportions The grace lid beauty of her figure the nobility and Intelligence of her face took added luster from the contrast of the utterly simple natural and primitive Whit takers glance fell upon a wellnigh perfect woman The constraining Influences of civilization had been so long absent that nature had time and opportunity to reassert Its claim She was tall exquisitely modeled tier bare arms might have supplied those missing from the Venus of Milo her limbs which the short tunic to her knees left exposed were perfect In their symmetry and strength her test were such as those to which ancient Greece had bowed her hands were shapely graceful yet strong her dark eyes looked at him fearlessly her dark hair rose like a somber cloudy crown above her brow The fierce sun the open air tho wild wind had not materially altered the clear slightly olive pallor of her face The woman had been beautiful before Now that- nature bad had tree sway she was nobly lovely She had stood a little In tho rear of the man at first and the lieutenant commander had not partlc ularlyobserved her When she spoke she stepped Into the open He stared aid stared amazed Indeed the direct Intensity ot his glance added a sudden new perception to the womans faculties and for the first time In years she realized that she was standing before her tel lows half naked In iooe riwlft mo meat convention leaped across the missing years and caught her In Its arm The red flashedinte her cheek beneath her rude vest her bosom roeo and felt Her Instinct erthe moment was to By She wiehe4 that she had put on those treasured garments lch she had kept for a scene like this In that cave alt those yens It was too late RowShe summoned her courage and realizing that dignity after all Is not made of clothes or c Yen Lions once more addressed him Sir she saidmy name Is Kath arine Brenton I am not ss you might well thinka savage but a castaway J beg your pardon said the on cer a man of wide reading and cu- lttirelbit ponlble that you are the Katharine Brsatoa wits wrote lilts ttI4 Matiayr oi a JiL c I am that unhappy woman Unhappy Yes returned the ether I Madam said the lieutenant com manner flushing deeply end bowing la his turn He had taken off his cap i ather flrstWrd I beg your pardon I have heard somelhiwgof your story He was very much embarrassed It was Langford who took Up the tale Since you know so much Mr Whit taker you may as well hear the rest Indeed 1 am anxious that the world should bear It Miss Brentoa and J we=rdld not believe In maniage aad we went away together Every word was agony to Langford who was a proud man It was worse than agony to Katharine Brenton who was a proud woman and It was worst agony of all to the man of the island But Langford persisted He did not care bow ho hurt himself Indeed ho rather luxuriated In the conscious ness ot his own pain It was part of his expiation lie realized that he would have to hurt Katharine but per haps the very keenness of her pain would make her realize her position and he wanted to win her now that he had found her and seen her more than ever Nor was his passion abase one Again ho was ashamed of what he had already said so ho spoke tho moro frankly Ho gave no thought at all to the other man but If he had ho would havo been glad to hurt him until he killed him Wo went on my yacht yonder three years ago IIn shortl behaved like a bruto on It i will admit I discovered that ha was a mar sled man said tho woman swiftly at this juncture She too would be frank This grave and middleaged of ficer should hear all Ho had pro teased his belief in those views which If you have read Fate and Destiny you realize that I entertained The omcer bowed And have you abandoned them now he asked- Absolutely was the firm answer I am a Christian woman thank Godl Thank God say I too continued Langford Yet I was not altogether a sham or a lie It was true that I was a married man The lieutenant commander flashed a contemptuous look at him at which Langford winced but he went on He was determined to make an absolutely clean breast of the whole affair It Is true L was a married man but 1 was under the spell of Miss Drcntoalj eloquence and of her beautyI well understand that said tho officer gravely as a matter of courseI that marriage meant noth Ing and that the old tie might be dill regarded I hated tho woman who bore my name and so as Miss Brcn tons disciple ns her devotee for I loved her I will admit she smiled drearily more than her philosophy I proposed that wo should trample upon the conventions she had taught me to believe she despised and go away to gather But you vtere not free said the woman to enter upon such an under takingNo by heaven cried WhittAker Now this conversation had been carried on with three auditors or groups of auditors besides those participating Langfords yachtsmen the marines and seamen from the Cheyenne for the boat was against the shore and the man of the island Whittaker first awoke to the sltua lion I beg your pardon ho said but would it not be better to continue this conversation privately I think so returned Langford No said the man of the island addressing the lieutenant commander for the first time you and these men aro the world I want the story told where all tho world may hear Whittaker surprise at this remark was scarcely less than he had experienced whoa tho woman addressed him Who was this splendid godlike form ot man standing glooming by the womans side a silent eager listener to all that transpired T What had he to do with the question that he assumed this tone and manner of au thority The officer turned toward the womanI said he quietly that the lady should be allowed to decide My wish Is my friends wish said the woman laying her hand softly upon the mans arm Wnittaker observed that the man shook It off nervously but the point being settled there was no further ap pealPray proceed with your story Mr Langford he continued No let me take up the tate cried the woman Believing that I was right believing that the education and training which had made me what I was were sound believing that this man was as free as I to choose his course and order his life knowing nothing of his wife I yielded to his pleadings I thought It was a noble and splendid opportunity vouchsafed me and Ina measure to show the world that we did reaJlyI believe what we uldUad I la God then I should have mewling with me his conversion tom theories his passion for me his wllllngasss to abide by my decision were Provldeatal I was glad to consecrate my life to the truth with his aid to take the final step in attesta tlon of my boiler to convince the world that one woman at least had the Courage of her convictions It was a mistake a frightful mistake aa Ir reparable mistake for which I sup pose that I must suffer to the end of limeJ No cried Langford I am here- toxepatrthe blunder There la no power oa earth said tilt wowac MMtMataly that oaa J uLJ put me where I was that cap give me back that I have lost Kate Kate cried Langford voa dont understand Y understand too well Why continue the sorry story Mr Whlttaker and you thatare men beyond that have wives and children and sweet hearts that have been taught to love God to believe In him and to observe his laws that have submitted your selves gladly to the conventions of so ciety or If any be among you who have outraged these and gone against them taken the law Into your own hands you will understand sooner or later what came to me I discovered that there was nothing high or holy In this mans regard for me that ho persuaded himself that he believed as I simply to get possession of me I awoke to a dreaded realization alone with him on that yacht He was not kind to me Ho acted according to his lights I will confess It said Langford I was a brute to her I drank I ac knowledged that I had a wife I said iho was in my power I called her vllo names Thero was a low growl a muttered roar from tho men behind Whittaker Even Langfords own men In his own pay shrank back from him Tho man was frightfully pale yet he went on resolutely Whittaker stilling the tu mult with upraised hand No one he cried can think more hatefully of a human being than I think of myself now I have not learned her philosophy I havo learned another and a better In somo sort of a way at least I know that I can never be happy until I have made her happy I know that I love her now as I should have loved her then that I have hunted these seas for her without ceasing since she left me In a drunken stupor one night Left you howT asked tho lieuten ant commander have Langtord1I months they found me In the morn Ing with a fractured skull on the cab In floor and they took me back to the United States It was a year or more before I could begin the search for her He said things to me that night said the woman that no woman could endure or forgive He carao toward me I threw him from me with such forco and violence I am a strong wo manthat he lay senseless In the cabin The motor launch had been got overboard for a trial and was trailing astern I got In It drifted away started tho motor and ran It until the gasoline was gone I brought food and water from the cabin table 1 lived a week In tho boat bearing southward all tho time by means ot- a sail which I Improvised from a boat cloak One night there was I Know That I Love Her Now a storm At the height of It I was thrown upon this Island Tbe I hoped said Langtord taking up tbo tale that that might be the case and with that end InTlewI have searched the Pacific I have landed upon many uncharted islands I have explored others little it ever visited praying to God that she might be alive that I might find her and make reparation and now I have found her at last when I had given up all hope abandoned all expectation And I stand hers confessing my fault before men ready to do anything and everything that a man can do to make amends for the past But you have a wife said Whltta ker coldly 4No shes dead these two years thank God I never loved her It was a boyish Infatuation for a de signing adventuress who wanted a hold upon my fathers money I am free free to make her my wife I ask her I beg her to take me to give me a chaace to show that I feel what I have done to devote my life to ex piationHe stopped wiped the moisture from his forehead stood for a moment la thaailencethat followedhls words his raw+ down=t Then ca lifted It haggard worn sad the humiliation of the last few moments having entered Into his soul Kate he said softly your an swerl CHAPTER XVI- IThsWomans Plea Miss Brenton said Whittaker with the deepest gravity he could infuse In voice and manner you have been a most unfortunate a most un happy womatu Allow me to assure you of ay slncerest commiseration my deepest respect mymost profound admiration u ue wintered tilt luce tty U I may neat the vine eif society if I say stand for the world as your companion has said I sea oaly express my reverence for you aad nay homage to you In this way He stepped nearer to her he seized lair band He was aa oldfashioned bumble minded quixotic sort of a sailor If you will for before anybody realized what he was about he beat his head low over It and kissed it And the sailors behind him and the mar tines In rank broke Into a hearty cheer There madam said Whittaker 1I0cietTiturned toward Langford I should be untrue to manhood If I did not say what you yourself have said that you acted not only like a brute and a coward but sir when I look at the lady I am constrained to add like a fool Langford started forward but the lieutenant chocked him Having said all that I must admit that you have conducted yourself since that time as a man of honor and as a gentleman I have no doubt that your offer will be accepted that the world will forgive you as it will ads mire and respect your wife Nol cried the man of the island suddenly He had kept silence resolved to hear It all out without interruption Ho had suffered as the miserable story had been unfolded to such an extent that all that he had gone through with before seemed like childs play He had heard Langforda noble confession his generous offer to repair his wrong but without the appreciation of It which the circumstances and 1U Intrln sic quality might have evoked He had heard the womans defense her splen did Justification of her course tho bit ter repentance that had followed It but without that appreciation of what Justification there was for her and the vplue of her remorse which the no Hedtouching expression of confidence and reverence but without understanding Its force and power Indeed he had Instinctive shrewdness enough to realize that even though the sailors touched by the act of gallantry and moved with pity for the young woman who stood there lovely In her sadness had cheered yet the world would be very slow to the same expression He saw that the woman was face to face with a crisis that she would either have to accopt or de cline Langfords offer to marry her at onceHis heart was filled with bitter rage He knew that he loved the woman that he never would love any person but the woman but nevertheless the resentment against fate which had placed him In so awful a position ot whose malign purposes he had been the blind Ignoble victim was so great that for tho time being his love was in abeyance He pitied himself ho loathed Langford he was contemptuously Indifferent to tho world and for the moment he almost hated the woman The subconsciousness that he had that this was as ungrateful as It was unwarranted added to his wretchedness and misery No he cried before any answer Is made let me speak Your pardon said Whlttaker may I ask who TOU arer Sir returned the man as to who I am and what I am I do not know nor does It greatly matter YduT pardon again retorted the lieutenant commander coolly but It matters very much Unless you have some right to Interfere I do not concede that any suggestion from you In this crisis which seems to concern these two people this lady and this gentleman Is at all In order But It does concern me returned the man Impatient of this checking for I love this woman myself and she has done me the honor to say that she loved me I had Intended to make her my wife should Providence ever bring us to civilization again Had intended exclaimed the wom an under her breath but no one noticed her words and the lieutenant spoke again That being the case some ins formation as to who you are and how you came hero Is the more evidently in orderI answer that said the woman When I landed on this Island I found this man here He bad been here a long time I believe he had been cast away here as n child anil had grown up alone Ho had no speech or language He had no memory of the past His mind was a blank I was glad to find him here He gave me occupation companion ship I had been well educated I des termined to teach him I knew that his ignorance was the result of his benaturallywarranted I taught him all that I could of life and letters from memory For three years my sole and only oc cupatloa has been to teach him what X knew No preceptor ever had apter or more docile pupil No learner ever sit at the feet of such a teacher cried the man touched by the recollection Think men all that I knew was a childish babble of prayers which had remained In ay memory I was Ignorant of everything even that I myself exist ed tht there was any difference between me and the palm tree or yon der bird that man was made In the Image of his God that there was ouch a thing as a woman upon earth Il had ao Ideas of honor or honesty or yiir ity or sweetness or truth or life or God until she taught me I bellsvsd- In her as I believed in God and llity- ber 4 as I love sunlight and fresh sir and the sweet wlad I loved her ML learned to love under her te goodasss and truth sad every =lad to think to think Q o 1 l IRh e threw up his hands la a wild lturethat It has come to this And be taught me something Mr tWblttaker said the woman He gave me back my faith In manhood Which you = abe swept Langford with a bitter glancehad destroyed He gave me back I think my faith IB j pod He taught me many things And when two dais ago an earthquake burled me within the cave I call ay homeLand he tore the rocks asna der and freed me and caught me In ills armlI knew that he had taught me what love was and as ho con fessed before you all that be loved me that he did love me I will confess the same and say that I at least have not changed In this hour Kate Kate cried Langtord for Gods sake think of what you say and snot Sir said Whlttaker turning to the man of the Island you are a von fortunate man Of all on earth was the bitter an ewer I cannot think there are any more miserable than I I Did you learn nothing of his past Miss Brenton asked Whlttaker un comfortably unablo to answer this strange yet natural assertion CouldIJibe man remember nothing I I learned a great deal returned the woman In the cave which he had made his home and which he has since yielded up to me Where Is this caveTi On tho other side of the island You shall see It presently I found a Bible There was a date in It some 30 years back and a name In It What is the name John Ravel Charnock- Of Virginia T asked Whittaker eagerly I think so although there was nothing but the namo and the dato In the Bible I know Charnocks Virginia They from Nansemond county fame is a further confirmation said I the woman With the Bible there was a little silver box containing a dInt and steel by means of which=she turned to Langford we lighted- I that beacon which brought you here thls morning I 1 It was my own eye caught tho sir nal answered Langford I t Would God I had died ere I gave It J up to her Interposed the man I I Insisted upon It So soon as I realized this man loved me I told him J bad a sfory to tell I knew it would wantedIknow he would find It on yonder skip I I was happy said the man to go on as we were I should not have lighted that fire I Pray continue with your story Miss Brenton said the lieutenant commander I am deeply Interested t In It There Is a great Charnock estate In Virginia which has been held for 30 years or more by the last sur vivor of the ancient family And I remember some romantic story connect ed with it too The silver box that Inclosed the flint and steel continued the woman I was marked J its C Exploring the Island I came upon the remains of si I boat and any of you may examine ItJ Near the boat In yonder coppice there 7 I were two skeletons one of a woman j and the other of a dog I excavated the boat found that It had belonged I to the ship Nansemond of Virginia I have the stern pieces with the nama painted on it In my cave I put the skeletons of the dog and the woman In the boat and filled It up again with sand There they lie waiting Chris theTIaway but I found two rings She stretched forth her hand They are here She stripped them off Ono of hem Is a wedding ring You see markingsIouScripture to which reference Is made is I will very gladly spend and be I spent for you though the more abun dantly I love you the less I be loved There was a ploce of silver also which bad evidently been part of a I dogs collar It too was marked John Jlevell CharnockHIs Dog July 221875 And that was all I Do you remember nothing of your early life nothing whatever sir asked Whittaker turning to the man I I have a dim recollection ot some sort of a sea happening of a long voy age with a woman and some kind ot an animal in an open boat of horrible sufferings of a few words of prayer that is all I think that this man then a child resumed the woman and his mother must in some way have been involved la a shipwreck and that she and heron and a dog must have been castaway on this island that the woman died and the child survived There is nothing here that would In any way con411tlonably seen his mother read that Bible He carried It with him put it In that cave and forgot It with the flint and- steel In UM silver hex of which lie would have no knowledge sad which ha could not use The dog probably lived some time end when ho died crawled back to where his mistress lay and gave up his life at her feet I And therefore I believe this mans same to be John Revell Charnock that he anAmertqan and that heI barns from Virginia I know him to be a Christian and a gentleman la all the days that wIt have been togeth er on this stand he has done me ao I wrong lie has beeR gentleness kind sese docility itself and despite our Jcelves we have learned to love eaea- oUaer Until yesterday we did not 1To Be Continued r = tIif ff g THE STANFORD KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNALFRIDAY SKIT 16 1910 f FALL SALEOF Blankets and Linens AT LOWEST PRICES OF THE YEAR o G ooOU-RRegular Annual Fall Sale of Housekeepers Linens Blankets Comfortables began this week and will continue ten daysr I Full and complete showing of extra special values in Table Linens Napkins Towels Bed Spreads Readymade Sheets Pillow Cases Blankets and Comforts at all extremely low prices for this sale This sale should prove a harvest for hotel and board ing house keepers to supply their wants a whole year Aft A H t Hemmed Sheets Very heavy round thread readymade Muslin Sheets size 81x90 torn size haudfiulshed At UJC Extra heavy readymade Muslin Steels hand torn and neatly hem nt59CStandard Mohawk Valey Mills hem rued Pillow Cases ixSG at tre cx tromely low price- 4ot I 5c additfontvibe above Specials we show a cOmplete assortment ow Utica Shoets and Pillow Cases In all sizes both In plain and hemstitched also Pillow Tubings and Sheetings by the yard All at Special Low Prices for tthlt Safe e is riOflnr obacco raisers have begun to st their tobacco 6u ac v ft tot so much rain It la ripening rV Xr a Baugh Thos N Butt and W rr Aetoa are all building large to quit burns Lutes Is building a large M coal on the land of t oC Ssughr 1 1s K Adams and O U Speake are ts I through for the sea 1 iertai iiave pulled their machines Qi e J nrrfed at the of Mrs y uHKf Young on Tuesday Sept k i S 3aes E Young and Miss Mamie f6 the Rev J SI Cook At k khe ceremony quite a crowd of the t thres and friends partook of the t if eiUfnl supper that had been pre mother of the bride Theti s +4 Itt the mt t ave them a nice little time at n rot vsxia to the Ieof Mrs Wm T TT a boy also to the wife of Mr k s Xane a girl i mss Hattie Hatfield has gone to vCrftfcer mother near 1 ffcc San Light and son Roy after i tr itdtng some weeks with his daugh i ijsr Mrs John G Baugh has gone to T 41 to Miss dCiMe In tho normal school there sttba Grace Young has the reboot at Stanford again airs IT Young has returned to r xjm college Knr K E Young has gone to at session of the Con +soe et the church at r ets and Comforts on sale here today than you ever dreamed ow seeing lu nd at such Jow prices you wilt be unable to resist laying In your years supply Double Bedstze Cotton Blankets In Cray Tan and White 98c 135 and 150 per pair Fine Nashua Bankets exltra large size in soldi olora ancd plaids 225 275 and 300 Strictly allwool Blankets In Blue anr While Pink and White and Scotch Pallds also Blank eta la White with colored striped and floral borders at 350 450 498 850 to 900 MAISHS COMFORTS We have on sale today a full as sortment of Malshs Cotton Down Comforts at 150 199 250 300 395 up to 675 if 11 in we are in Mr and Mrs George Baugh of De trolt Mich were the guests of hit W Craig Baugh this week Mr and Mrs David Elder of near Dee Lick are visiting the family of Nat Wright Mr and Mrs James McGuffey of are here visiting WeIr relatives Clarence Cook of Somerset spent Bovcral days with Ids cousin Hardln Young Josiah Horton of New Albany Ind who has been here with his brother H F Horton since early spring bas returned home in health Miss Rosa and Emma Meier of are at home with their par eats here Mr and Mrs Jake Meier of ouer- set who spent several dViys here with the family of John Melr have now gone to Corbin Mrs Mary and Mrs Henry Baugh are visiting tho family of J F Rigney at Stanford POST CARDS FREE I Not Cheap Trash But 10 Beautiful Ones- I want to send free to 100 readers of beautiful colored the Interior all different them whatever onwithout any There Is no fake to this over just to1 send you this high grade show you the cards I carry at prices All I ask is that you send me few cents In postage to cover postage Ad dress C T Johnson Pres Dept 1226 N Y When you write me I will tell you how to get 50 bossed or assorted card free 1OV1tl1 iiZ t Household Linens- At 7c Each Hemmed beached I Ituck Towels ftizo 320x38 sold reguarly at 20 per dozen Special for this sale at 7c At M4c Heavy half Linen Hemmed 14alld0 Heavy allLinen dish or roled toweling at 12 i2cE- xtra Fine quality 68Inch Table Damask beautiful designs at Spoclal Vauela in Hemmed Napkins ready for use at 50c 139 150 200 per dozen Special values In Pure Linen Ta ble Damasks In both German and Irish Linens at 49c 69c B5c and IJ0 per yard 0 o Our New Fall Stock coming rapidly and now show ing many novelties Silks Dress Goods Wash Goods of Every Sdescription Neckwear TaitorMade Suits Coats Waists Etc Welsh Wiseman Co Danville Ky flighlani I1119use JfcjJohB warehouse threshing residency faaatrby Cincinnati schoolitIF entered If Barbourvllle rtq41tre Kentucky Methodist 4cataiaeer B1nketsComfortsYou Danvlllea California LAMINATED Celebrated brother Loutfvllle considerably Improved Louisville Graybeal daughter COLORED Journal Friendship postcards advertising assortment handsome manufacturers Rochester exquisite Halloween Thanksgiving Mercerized 59c Moreland Mr U 1 Hale of Nlcbolaavllle ba- al visiting bis niece Mrs C K Mc ClureThe second public exercise of tho Moreland public school will be Mid Friday afternoon Sept 16th begin ning at 130 promptly It consists of a debate readings compositions andI recitations The subject for debate Is ttesslYcd That It Is Right Cora Man Without Children to Pay School TaxesMr Oscar Mlrcliu Is attending school In Williamsburg Mrs G B Prultt of Moreland will go to the city Sept 12 to lay In her fall line of millinery She cordially invites all to call at her place of bus loess Mr L Morgan wife and daughter of Mllledgevllle attended church at Junction City Wednesday night Mr C A Wllblte the cashier of theMoreland bank Is 111 of typhoid fever Mr and Mrs Randolph Coffey of Moreland went to Harrodsburg Sunday and from there tjo LoulsvllIIle They will attend the state fair Mrs John Myers of Mllledgevllle Is visiting her son In Louisville Preparatlna are being made by the Ladies Aid Society for a musical treat In the near future notice of which will be duly given In this column Miss Marguerite King Isln Louis ville attending the state fair and do lug some shopping Mrs John Hammond of near HUB I tonvllle and daughter Mrs Robert McKechnle of Tampa Fla visited friends here Tuesday Rev AV S Montgomery is conduct lug a meeting near Harrodsburg thl week Ihe friends of Mr James lerrlinan will be glad to know that he U much better Sin T A King la visiting her father Mr S A Silvers near Louis Yule Miss Ethel Cone Is In Ohio vIsit ing her grandmother and other rela tives Mrs Roy Spears of the McCormack neighborhood entertained the Ladles of the Aid Society of the Moreland Christian church on Thursday after noon After a pleasant social hour the hostess served dainty refresh ments The dining room was tasteful ly decorated In pink and white Tho color scheme being carried out In the ices and cakes Died ut her home near KIdds Store Mrs Mason Popperwell Saturday night about 8 oclock She leaves a husband and six children Mr Late Morgan has added an ad dition to the rear of his store and In stalled a gasoline engine and a grist mill and he has begun grinding for customers Sirs Lucy Ann Haggard on the 6th received a check for 1000 as payment of her claim on thin Modern Woodmen of America for the death of her husband Mr Andrew J Hag gard who died July 6th The delay was caused by a mistake In thu death I proofs but as soon as this was straightened out the check came by return mall to Clerk E L Grubbs wbo J turned It over to the widow with five little girlsI SAFE MEDICINE FOR CHILDREN I Foleys honey and Tar is safe and effective medicine for children for children as it does not contain oplatefl 171 FlT 111 f Watch That AI i l Griffon SuitBaltimore Made The Home f f Ul Good Clothes My Fall line more complete than ever is now ready tor yxnir inspection Call by and ask to see the only make that fits like Tailormade clothes ALL WOOL ROBINSONStanford or harmful drugs Gel only the gen uine Foleya Honey and Tar In tho yellow package Shugar and Tan nor iiLFARMERSt Plain uln hole wheat drill good as new for solo cheap W P Logan Northern seed rye extra nice price 1 110 per bu at J II Baughmnn Co 6T2t FOR SALE Nlco young Jersey milk cow J S Turpln Stanford Ky 67t Good pony for salo has been driven by children If c Uaughman Lot mo Insure your barns and to basso W A Tribble We have just unloaded a car of Missouri Futte wheat for seed price 1130 per bu J H Uaughman k Co 672t For Kent My place of SCO acres for 1911h0 acres for corn 30 acres for wheat C9 acres In meadow reo mainder for grazing Mra George Logan Stanford Ky For SaleA well Improved farm of 20 acres near Mt Salem house hold and kitchen furnlftirc stock a farming tools P H Woodson MU Salem Ky 4928 t For SaleSow and U pigs RjW lorry Hiutonvllle itliit llWanted cattlo to grate 79 dcre good blue grass It L B4rrylllai touvilleaFor SAC High grade Southdown ram lambs Fisher and Renlck cr M pre Mrs Mattie H Howes Morotand Ky It R No 1 Box 49 Wanted To buy a place of 75 to 100 acre In Lincoln county one hav lag Improvement Address P O Box 65 Stanford Ky i Strayed from my place rtwoyear old Jersey bull will weigh about BOO pounds baa horns Any Information In regard to same will bo thankfully received James McKechnto Hubble Ky C6Zt- FOlt SAW LlIFAPTradot 7T ores 3Ha miles from Crab Orchard Ky joining W Doshoaa form Ad frees W H Mueller Stanford Ky For Salaflood work horse 10 yean old sound work anywhere uhd rldea well J II Livingston R D to 1 622t LOST MSlb black sow Reward for return to Mra Lucy Halnn R f D No4 672t For SaleTwo BOTM 18 shoats 65 stock bogs John Cook Stanford John Cook sold to B D lloltitlaw 20 hogs at lOc a pound- J H lUtiiahman and wife attended tlid Appalachian EipoalUou at Knox villo this week and saw the eight bead of mules which W M Oritnn of Gal latin tend bought at Mr Baugh mana dispersal sale last week wit e very blue Ue In their classes and the sweepstakes Mr Baughtnan Is also proud of tho fact that the money mule of the show string that went to Ure state fair at Louisville this week won every premium in her class and was one of the team which carried off tho ISO cup for best pair of Kentucky rallIed mules PUBLIC SALE Having decided to quit farming 1 will offer for sale at my home two mlle from Stanford on the Huston ville pike on F Holds farm known as the Will Hays place on Saturday Oct 1st 1910 ay personal property con slating of stock farming Implements two brood mares one pair 4yearold horses one 3yearold horae two 2 yearold miles four milk cows two wiUi calves one Jersey heifer one pair 4yearold mare mules 23 good yearling cattle 30 good htfgo farming Implements cons lUng of wagons plows harrows binder mow ers rakes one lightning hay press In good repair and other things too numerous to mention Sale begins at 9 a m Terms made known on day of sale At one oclock Mr F Reid will dls pose of a number of nlco young horseav M LMYElRS- Col J P Chandler Auct I q PUBLIC SALT I On account of falling health I will sell at public auction at my farm near McKlnoy Kentucky THURSDAY SEPT 29 1910 Some of the very best bred bones jacks Jennett and mute colts In Kentucky Consisting of- THEWARRELD This stallion has proven himself ono of tho bet readers in Kentucky nnd Ix n very tine Individual POWHATAN Will nUo be sold Ho U a Ono breder an excellent individual and show horse One 3ycarold Pcavlno ktalllon u fine Individual and well broken one yearling Pcavlno stallion a blue rib bop winner gird II handsome colt Five nice brod mares and colta by Sldl nnd at handsome as can be all by Tho Wnrfleld four brood mates all safe In foal to Jack one 4yoar old harness mare very tine two 4 yeaix ld harness horses j one 3 year old harn 8t horse very flno one 2 yrflrold harness mare very fine oae 3yearold harness mare very tae IbrHJ 2yearold harness geldings two yearling filllw very floe AU of this young stuff U by The WartteU and out of the very lx st bred BMTM such an C F Clay Gajobettla WlUt Naboth Dignity Daro and FA lUa I bol etc Two 2ycarold Peavlne flllle SoN on s two nice 4yearold jacks black with white points and the bent broke leek In Kentucky one 4yearold jennet Sack colt by tide Lot of other tenets all bred to good Jacks Five ml1r mules Ore worker tad strictly good one pair splendid bores mules well broke aad young one utrictlx loud yearling mare raule oue yearling boric mule oneRule wit six splendid feeding cattle gIplcndld butcher heifer The public will see sono of tW rest indlvduaU that has ben offered for sale In a long time all bred up to tbe top Terma of sale will be made known on day of saleS M Owns Son McKIBIley Ky Cot J P Chandler Auct S VEDASOLDIERS LIFE I Facing death from shot and shell In the Civil War was more arooabto to J A Stone of Kemp Tex than fang It fron wbat doctors said was coo caption I contracted a atubbtm cold1 he writes that developed a caughf that stuck to HO In iplto of all remedies for year aiy weight ran down to 130 pounds Then I began to uso Dr togs New Discovery wklcu oaapletety cured me I now weigk liB pounds For Coughs Colds Ln Grllpe Asthma lIewonluge Hoarse Ben Croup Hooping Cough and hang- rouble Its supreme CO cots and tTrial bottle tree Guaranteed by Peunys Drug Store J Ce McClary t mlmertIUndertaker and STANFORD 1 KY + ffliMi Fhon TIT MBome PhomnJI B D CARTERNew Llverv Depot Street Phone 96 STANFORD KENTUCKY v MyIallNlerilitrlraissrti