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TO THE TOBACCO GROWERS OF LINCOLN COUNTY r NO. 63. ; zrvr POWERS WINS OYER EDWARDS BY PRESENT THE JUMBO NEW STORE FOR HUSTONYILLE 10,000 CONGRESSMAN CAR. RIE8 ONLY THREE COUNTIES IN ELEVENTH DISTRICT. MnJorHIci by counties In eleventh district. Counties Po era' Majority 918 Edwards' Majority 79S Adair Dell Cnsoy Clay Clinton Marian 798 ...., . ..." . .10d MO G77 .... f Cumberland Jackaon Knox Le Ichor Leslie 6Vi 500 700 790 360 46: 18 1,166 C50 ijuirel Monroe Owsley ' Porry Pulaski Russell Wayne .'. 136 ? 637 700 1.573 0.926 1,316 S.C10 600 Whitley Total Towers' majority Estimated 1,316' overwhelmingly de Caleb Power feated Pun C. Edwards for tlie Repub lican nomination ror congress In the primary held Thursday. His majority is about 10,000. N'nvnr 111 II.O hlnlorV Of thO Oid -bloody Elotnth." which Is ll.o banner Republican congressional district In tho United States, has there been a political battle. The ruoro bltltx fight, rut up by Mr. Edwards wa ft hard ono. Ho had dono much ror his .dlatrlrt whllo In congress. argument advanced The more "fjive i... creek hear Kentucky river 1 oaro not what may be your imuvd ner. I 3, Response. J. E. BcnnctL Friday nlghL nn th0 moral quesUon aa . -- Young Ray .attended P eac n. 4 Tbe Three Alms In Education, 1q church Friday nlghLj tr Mount Hebron Prof. 8. H. Robinson. and Ed6. UelaUon between, play ' Ruby Carroll. "hCn others local option, but yoa can ucation. hZe The Describe type of children and . toward that n0 dtfcent man can deMont- -to treat them. Mrs. Stella taV kta bat M;ound":a'crfu;i? d In morals the low dive saloon or how short rtl.tanc0 iInpp,ly tor us we gomery. t, city 7. neiatlve advantage, of tho hto thtr along hi. horse he fonner with which to Julia Damron. 'conTend but the latter 1. with us. 1 and the country child. Um hy the. ' memory tramm. ', 8. Importance of led the back warn the keepers of now u"r that they must cease such Frances Worth. imagi, man's body. . What subjects train tho manner he fell from his Kato Dogle. that In some nation: Miss -pena.ue. to form 10. Eaumerat right habit borw and the animal escaped from Spears. klia, and la stumbling about in tne in life. Mis. Fannie One of the largest una deals moral and social 'cikk Iud tell In tho creek. 11. The teacher in fiercer In years was L-- Grubbs. . influence. E. put through this week when toe ot Ell Baylor ha. sold his farm In tho II go Ur dge. V Tho comparative valueIn train-in- g to Mr. Blvens. of city of Shakers, near section reading and arithmetic PrcouBty It included 71 acres and transferred to Col George Dobon their acre, of 4fc. ' the memory. Mr. Baylor's entire e.tat0 of 1.800 12.500. school room nclud-Ta- t X What la the Ideal nrSend. will be glad to know best land in Mercer county,estate I. ..... vnrdT Miss Cochran. The with tho not leave Lincoln, tor.pg all the personalty. 14. What "hall bo done S acres of nlco land from valued at Miss Mattle Llpps. Col. IncorrlglblesT ,000 1750.' a cash consideration of Tom Morgan for which he paid 1 Control over the pupils on tha I uohon .binds himself to support and Mary members of uy to and from school. Mis. has resigned as' care for the Individual James remainder J. Hubbard. neighborhood ft Wearen and th0 society during the or 17. Tho teacher and lives. Thero are only fourteen w! by Frank Philips. Mr. their by Miss "'ouy an dheir ImproVement-lutrodu- ced . contemplating going south Shaker, left in tb years upward. and discussed by all' present. Yautls ages range from 70 e8,'!ne, "" '"" courL The appointment will take ,n God ma ,,,e lfe f","r0nlrtvp named rect on the convening of the special .iiro-- n"'(;UnB Ihp i I nmv ' term of court here Sepu 27, to try tho, a,,d "h,or8 wh " c," " . C . . "n negro Shay Pellman. InUn nmhL in. will unite In Mr. Florence Is one of the most. 'earnest way and continue to ran this prominent attorneys at the local bar, against Powers tbe closer his friends and one or the leading Republicans meeting In a community where such meeting is needed tor ine peopi clung to him and tho more vigorous or the Eighth dlstrltL As Judge Wal It ) ourselves. This, tfcoy defended him. It was the rank ker was expected to appoint n Repub and even for fll of the patty who stood by lican, ho could not havo mode a selec tMini. la a dutr vou owo to God and Powers They had bwn taught by tion thai would have given morq gen- a cause started that you can and "' ought to continue. the Republican press and campaign eral satUTsctlon. have given a tull report each year orator tn every campaign for, .lb In his charge to tho grand Jury a( past ten years that Powers was Inno- the term Of court jUBt convened In of collecticns, expenditures of the cent of tb crime of which ho was Duntllle, Judge NVaJker said tn part: cump .. nud .... am prepared to do nan ilma tf1.A accused nd that he had been perseTho sale by retail of Intoxicating put himself on the altar liquors is prohibited by law In this less, senseless talk and criticisms' cuted and had -wao for th cause of civil liberty" and rounty, except by licensed druggists about me upon the part of those Republican party, and was a mar- ou the prescription of-- a regular prac- knew nothing and who would not the had been ticing physician and It Is your duty know anything bat Just to talk W tyr for the cause hardly worth consideration. And I to love. taught tn Investigate, and IT they are otherwas guilty of the wise sold, yon wll Indict the guilty bono all decent people will pardon me y Powers To bi mentioning the matter. Oocbcl murder caused many of parties o that they suy be brought to for Thp tabernacle and dining-- ball. him tha more. a tollowcrs to admire trial in this court. etc.. art all paid for, sav ivi,m i Aid that Powers got rich while It Is the duty of every good cltUwi rmmds. be charged 500 tor to ptomote temperance in all things that wo owe a balance .of about IU0 la jail and that McKlr.ney Deposit bank. We possible way. Some peoplo to the a Republican speech in joun.uu Is Ms followers either or Intemperate In tho excessive use liave oven that subscribed by arlous cmoIt last fall. la- - I parties but who have not hoiiffve the charges or of Intoxicants, others In f....4 advise- that If thoae parties do not his achievements, If true. glorinsd In otiiors a eating and others in Dradloy, he board can sell any or influence of Senator jrfc use of their vile pay-t- hat figured the intemperste active, had Deep trn building on the camp grounds though not tongues In the slander and abuse of ground to settle the a strong factor In Powers- oenu. neighbors, and thslr green. eyes and even the to put,lthtlr debt. That should be our last rc)rt. rumiwriiu will endeavor u loi envy ang icaieuir aim unn must bo paid. out their strongest man ana ro" " , preJod,ce ,nd hate cannot stand to but the debt rowers by If a peeling of the board would bo but strong effort to defeat J"M thelr (eow eltlien, t will be glad to attend Judge of the Kdwards oto. cIcr ,0 kwp a others on a called soon , to settle any matter needed ni.rlt. Judge S. n. DUnman. level with themselves, rather and belp Hardin, of Your servant, bourvllle. or Ccn. P. Watt unJertako to rise to a higher to be settled c than to likely be the CLARENCE J. SIPPLH. Williamsburg, will piano ot Roodneas and truth. They nominee. rolo'ce In tho adversity or those whom The following is the program ofn God uas m.d In bis own Image and County Teachers' Aasocta-HoGARRARD MAN DROWNS. sorrow nnd grow mad at the advance- - the Lincoln of division A, which meets at of their TeUow inoa. And all , i. n mod 20 yeaw. son of Saturday, OcL 15th. 110: ., im. in tha faca of the only command- Cole- on tno 1. Opening exercises by Rev. John Ray. who froni'nint which the Master saw fit to add pike about seven mUes Sugar! Tlldge to those delivered to Mosos on Mount Tan2, Welcome address, Mr. Ed. Lancaster, was drowned in 'ainal. thy neighbor aa thyseir." CAMP MEETING Wo, the undersigned citizens and tobacco crofters of Lincoln county. WRITES J. SIPPLE believing that the tobacco Question Is CLARENCE FEELINGLY CONCERNING ITS In serious condition, and reeling that FUTURE. It would b to the best Interest or Lincoln county for us to meet to-- i Ky., Bept. 12. discuss tho situation' Kether nnd Our camp meeting closed Sundai we hereby re ourselves, anions .n nltcrnoon, of the Uh InsL, whllo tor- nuesl eorr ouo Interested In '" f raln Pured out from hc nnd values of land to price of tobacco wor mnaereu c'uasmeet with us nt the court house nt Saturday, Sept. 24th, at 1:30 alderably by tin, rainy weather nnd fur ntlifip mnannm fintli rnflt f.nil Ininir. " p. IU. se Uy ond glvo this meeting """rj, unu u.e renims una year were """ "' " "" .p. Ion. consideration nnd lay aside " rfllcilent sirlce of ' eosnel nreiclilne a few hours or work to auenu u. ' w .1 ... ...,. rf 11 .n T m n .. n ml tl.niiti iii quii ui ,ii. ft.iiiiiuii iiiiu u, it- (Signed) ers, will not return unto God old. ' Clarence E. Tate, . Also the meetings hold before by Sls-lrSen. R. L. Hubble, ' fur, Mnlonn. l.lfivH LMnrlln. ' A. I. , J. D. Kads, Jones, Pro. nnd Sister Johnson and Davo Lynn, others the series of pure gospel ser lieu Uryunt, mons preached by them. J. W. Williams, Six annual camps were enough to Ilullarclaw, W. J. haveawakened every unsaved man or U. F. Cain," woman In that country. And our conV R. Adams. , solation Is that mnny have been InO. I fluenced to albetter life many mndo O. C. Withers, multitude wnrned to better and-Dr. J. 0. Carpenter, flee tho wrath to come nnd seek sal8. J. nn.bry, vation. Their rojectlon we could not Joe Kmbry, help, hut we commit all to God. As 5S-- : B. T. Pence, Sr. to the future of this camp It now entirely upon those (outside or the writer for I cannot be with you Popular Young Attorney any more) whom the land Is deeded for the camp meeting purpose, and NAMED AS MASTER COMMISSION nlso any others who have nn Interest. ER FOR LINCOLN COUNTY. 1 will appoint as president of this , .....I, .... oi awmuiu, worK tiro. j. w. and Dr Frank Grlder, of McKlnnoy, nounced tho appointment of Mr Geo. n U'lth th other Thh v U riarunie, of this city, as master," .nn.lnrf w, cuu-or i do. Lincoln circuit ""moers commissioner of tho Mrs. II it. Camnltt has returned from a delightful week's visit to Cov- ltigton nnd Cinclnatl friends and rela TI AlinRNRQT PI AV5 "UUDUluM fLAIi) HAYOC IN COUNTY WATER RAN FOUR FEET DEEP NEAR DAVIS' 8TORE OTHER LIVE TNEWS. 'w - " tr ' New-land- tives. Preparations aro belnz made for a BUROETTE POWELL BUYS ALLEN big picnic next Saturday In tho beau- STORE ROOM WEST END tUulgrovu of Enoch Harnett In tho NEWS. nrolty Green river valley nnd near Snlem church. A ball game, music and Hustonvllle, Ky., Sept, 15. other niiBcments with n big dinner on A now merchant has conio to town the ground Is sure to attract a large lu the pencil of Burdette Powell, crowd. Dr. Alcorn is attending the nnnual who ior tho past tew years has been meeting of the State Bankers' Assoselling goods nt Carpenter's station. ciation that convenes nt Loulsvlllo Ilo has bought John Allen's store this week. room on the corner or Main nnd Lib We have had placed In our hands erty streets nnd will open his stock a lovely homo containing nooui zu'j nnd be ready for customers this acres with splendid new week. metal roof dwelling, fine largo History ussures us that geese by a metal roof tolmcco barn, stock barns, timely warning saved the city of tenant house, etc., at about hnlf price Koine from successful Invasion and to sell quick. Call and we will show capture by nn enemy. That, the you. W. R. Williams & Co. fowl has not gone out ot the saving philanthropy is manifest In "Jake Up" Well Eddie Powell and Alfred Carpenter's crop of tobacco on ,the Liberty pike which n small flock of those birds has BOUGHT BY JASON LAWHORN, itidustriously wormed, nnd especial WHO WILL ERECT HOTEL. two-sto- ry Inspection from horse-bac- k discover a peroration topmost leaves. In failed to even tho Mlddlesboro, Sept. 10. ot Frye's Mrs. Mason Popplewell, Creek, was burled In Kldd's Store Mnnirv Sunday nfternoon. A frail woman for many years and Tor many months bcrfast, her death was not unexpected. A good woman has gone to her reward and friends and rela- thes nre cinsoled by fhe assurance that her welcome on the other shore wps "Well done good nnd faithful ser vant." ,.,. A most nathptlr inwiifuvii ly presented In a handsome well garb- cu miner prone on his back In the vet grass along Uie road side, a manly little son or nino solicit-louslawaiting a restoring slumber whilst the faithful Dobbin paUently stood untethered In the broiling 'sunshine, stamping nnd quivering in resentment of pestiferous insect. "What la God that lie should not ho mindful tf man, His chief handlvork, moulded y ,..,, ... " -- """' " & pd - ... ,,.,.. prolr, and wire, after a stay at "Russell Springs" stopped PT.ec Sunday with Kldd's Store relatives on return drive to Harrodsburg by .way of Lobanon .and SprlngBeld. Miss Marion Jeffers left ror her new hbme InlOhlo after a week's visit to her coOslns, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Jeffers. .Mlra. C. O. Jeffers arrived Sunday for an Indefinite visit to her children Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Jeffers. Send u a man who Ig willlne to av fronT-rto 90 cents for gold dollars and whetber he's from Mlsourl or not we will "show him" a saving of that amount or more, in nrlrM rm emmo splendid blue grass farms Write or catl on W. R. Williams & Co.. quick or you will miss a good thing. There Is a splendid ODenins: here for a tobacco warehouse and a buyer that thoroughly understands the business can get all the business he wants. Come at once and ltus show you. Address, Hustonvllle Couierclal Club. One more trip by Duddereca In His own Image." Mr D. V. Bohon Jason Law horn has bought of A. J. Black the medical well, known as the of a mllo "JakQJJp" well, south 'of Yosemlte. 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 woy. Judge Jos. Denton, of Somerset, fall- e el to put In an appearance at Thursday night, but sent one Mr. P.rown, of Barboursvllle, In his ittad. Brown is said to be one ot the "shorthorse" variety of politicians and did the cause of tho Hon. Caleb Powers but little or no good. Rev. los. Ualintyno conducted ser vices at the Baptist church last week. He will be assltsed this week by Rev. Wayman, ot Walton, Ky.. and the meeting will continue till next Sun day and ptrhaps longer. J. R. Wilson has his new grist mill In position at Yosemlte and his belts will arrive today, when he will be prepared (o do grinding for the public. This ' burg" has no automobiles to boaBt of and no bicycles worth mentioning, but ther are two or three mighty god wheelbarrows In town. A little Infant son of Marlon Spears died at Yoselte Saturday and was burled at Green River church Sunday af ternoon. The graded school opened here this Tu"day morning with Prof. A. S. Elliott as principal. A. B. Wesley and one-fourt- h oee-ralt- Stanford, Ky., It. F. D, No. L, Sept. 1C. A genuine cloudburst occurred nt a point about oncralf mllo from F. L. Duvls' store Inst week. The not waa about 20 feet In' diameter on a hill that was coered with shrubs and bushes. The water washed out everything la that redlus down to tho rock, a depth of two feet. Tho water mark on the trees nnd saplings as it run off down the hill showel the wa ter to bo about four feet deep, Much. d tobacco and other crops In the were badly damaged by tha rain. Frank Horton, of Highland, Is helping T. N. Butfon a contract of hauling logs near this place. They are to be delivered nt the Crab Orchard deoot. There are about 80,000 feet la the contract. The farmers are beginning to get to fill their silos. Mrs, Joe Coleman, of Cinclnatl, Is Ultntc relatives and friends and nlso 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 nt J. H. Baugbman's sale for nelgh-borho- St30. Tobacco cutting Is on in this sec tion In earnest. Every one seems to be In a hurry to get the tobacco In tho hoase. A general epidemic of colds seem to be going around' in this section. Wm. Dychouse bought a mule from Saylle Doane for JISO. Maurice Pluramer Is preparing to build a new house near tbe site ot his old ono. loer Dem-ocrntl- y "" ,, Z "".. J' 'f JUC;;ir0 TO.S iw yog T? suppoS'S Pos y-- con-...,.o- ,i Z ice rJit Jocate Cuni. Sum n" '..i,i a day scraper over the road from hTe to Mt. Salem andihe travel will have to go some other route. The ex pen 8a "put on the road is sufficient to keep it in tip top shape, It any Judgment was used. The roads would be in great deal better shape, as well as Una county treasury If the roads were put in the magistrate's control. Each magistrate then would take a pride In seeing that his roads were in gcod shape nnd the work nn thorn properly done. Isaac Baldwin, colored, of Chester, S. C, a track man with the construction train located at Moreland, while running a band car on which a dozen laborers were riding, fell off In front of the car and was run pver. His body looked like the map ot Arkansas when bis clothes were taken off. Aa not a bone was broken, he was plastered over and was out in a few days. Ou Sunday afternoon last, be was bathing la Murphy's lake at the coal chute, ono mllo north of MUledgevllle, he was slezed with cramps and sank and was drowned. His comrades couldn't rcscue him. Coroner Georgd Bright, of Stanford, was hurried to the scene, who proceeded on the case and the above facta developed. When It cornea to sitting on a dead man your Uncle George knows his buslnes. Miss Frankle Kauffman, ot Lancaster, Is a guest this week of her nunt, Mrs. Lusk and Mrs. Robinson. Carroll and Lester Held went to Loulsvlllo Tuesday to attend the state fair and enjoy Its many attractions. 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 Morgaa have begun building a dwelling house-toJoe Coleman, who Is as present in Cincinnati, but will be here to occupy it by the last of October. A. J. Griffin, of Crawfordsvllle, Ind, Is visiting friends and relatives la trls section. C. M. James and W. O. James aro both confined to their beds with fever. but at present are much) better. A number of our young people at tended the Somerset fair. trnded the! cmtwyp shrdlu tada hrdl Cutting and housing tobacco in taia section haa begun In earnest now, and the recent rains have made crops up to about 75 per cent. Miss Fogle aa assistant. Lightning struck Sam Delaney'a 8am Sharp haa the appearance of house and did somo damage, but having played with the business end luckily did not hurt any ot the famof a cyclone, but he denies the same ily. and says that the loss ot a few square Mrs. Fred DyeUouse has Just reInches or skin from his nose and fore- turned after a few days' visit to her head is the result ot a sudden con- mother in Garrard. tact with a sycamore limb If plenty at pigs and shoots are any in Green river last week. Sam Is sign of meat being cheap next year, not giving to lying and we accept his it will be low, aa thero seem ta o evxplanatlcn. nlentr of the young porkers In taJaThe heavy rain Wednesday morn section. ing of last week pat Green river be yond It's limits, and crossing was out The Pool in Garrard of tho question for several hours. w. T. Moore is putting tho bridges nd culrerta on the Liberty road In STARTS OFF WITH A order and placing q fine coat of gravel AT WORK. d where needed. Billy seems to unaer-stanA large crowd of tobacco grower the art ot roadaklng and Judge Wells mode no mlstak0 In appointing met at Union school house Tuesday night to discuss the pooling slluatioe him overseer. McD. Fes'.e went to MrKlnney Sat isfJarrsrd county. Mers. Ja. Bou- sldes and Stevo Walker wer selected; urday. mIm Ruby Fogle went) to Jeiuco to carry Uie pledge book In the Unioa Saturday to tako charge of a position precinct. Messrs. J. Wade Walker. Earnest and James Woods were sein the graded school there. Murphy, of Klngsville, was lected to pool the tobacco In tho M. J. Palut Uck section. With such good here Monday. Mrs. B. K. Swope. ot nien as these working in Uie Interest Mr. and visited their daughter. Mrs. ot the pool It will undoubtedly be conDyo and attended church here sidered by a number of other people W. T. of those sections. Sunday. Mr. Wilson, wbo represents U A. H. Royalty went to the SomerBurley Society, .tatea that .everat set fair last week. Jason Coffey returned from the city other solicitor. wil be placed la tha in., Thursday where he went to pur various precincts of Garrard county at once. a. It U Important that a good chase his fall stock of merchandise. Lee is here attending report bo sent la from that county by Mrs. Laura Sept. rah. as the district board will the meeting at the Baptist church. bo In session at Lexington on that date and will take a vote on the MEDICINt nui A RELIABLE question as to whether Uie pol be NARCOTIC on or off. He also state, that Mich., says if., t- Mf,ril St. .Ton. Foley's Iloney and Tar saved her lit they will have a big tobacco meetlag u " In lncaster on next County court tle boy's llfo. ene wruos; tie boy contracted a bronchial trou- day. mearctno did ble ana. aa the dostor's -- . iiiin. i eavo him Foley s Honey and Tar In which I have great THE GRATITUDE OF i, ELDERLY PEOPLE fulth. It cured mo cougu as tho choking and gagging spells, and Foley s .... -- i wn in short time Unes out to whatever helps give and strength. Honey nnd Tar has many time, sav- them case, comfort cure kidney aad Kldony Pills ed us much trouble and wo are never Foley's promptly, and glva without It In the house," Snugars bladder diseases comfort and relief to elderly peoal. and Tanner . Shugara aad Tanner. r rhlle-ft3h-i- ng PUSH-SOLICITORS e, ,.,-,-- 1 JMlUt M"H' ' I'"1'"" J .wiy jwi 2. THE STANFORD, KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. FRIDAY, SKIT, 1, 110. rr weak aervewa. Hnca un nnncib tvrr inli m4 yeans;. ne iHirnniccn. II IU-BA- Y. TAFT AND MOSEfELT TO VISIT EXPOSITION PRESIDENT AND TO BE QUESTS OF APPALACHIAN. Lift flM 12 EMMF AT LIVE STOCK, PET STOCK, ici Arf AUCMAH EXPflSIIMH Re- POULTRY AND OTHER DAYS Arranged In Connection With Appalachian Exposition Women's Conferences. Among the many 'special days arranged In connection with the Appalachian Exposition, In Knoxvllle, Tenn., Sept 12 to Oct 12, those ot special Interest to farmers and stock raisers will be the days set apart for live stock, pet stock and poultry. These dates, as announced by tho exposition management are as follows: Live stock week, Sept. 12 to 17, Inclusive. Horso races, Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription the beet of ell medicine for the curs ot dlteatei, and weakneue peculiar to women. It It the only preparation of III kind devUed by a refttlarly fadu-te- d pbytieiea an experienced and skilled apeekUtt U tbe dfeeates of women. It h a safe enHene la any condition of the eytten. Tnr. ONK REMEDY which contain, ao alcohol g ail no injurious drutf and which creates bo erTta tat such stimulant. THE ONE REMF.DY to good that tt makers I diierder L!IJIJwfiiTfiiH i ; dDR.HOAG"Sl 1 WS 1 - Splendid Display from Appalaclan gion to Be Made September 5Mkr PENNY'S DRUG STORE. to 17. PUBLIC SALE Of a Large Blue Grass Farm STOCK AND FARM IMPLEMENTS I will fell my place of 734 ncres, stdluntrd two miles from Nlcholaavllte, JKy., on (lie Union Mills pike, on THURSDAY, SEPT. 22, 1910, This placo will bo cut Into tvvelvo tract?, with throo tracts reselvod, on which Is the Patton house, as -- s: Tract No, 1 contains GO ncres on which Is a good spring, No. 2 contains Cfi acres and Is watered by lond. No. 3 contains SO acres, extra iROod soil and will produco any crop No. 4 contains 72 acres, good spring and 10 acres of tobacco land. No. 5 contains 55 acres, has tine water, and on this plot Is a seven-roobrick house, good dry rellor, four-staactable and nil other necessary No. C contains 12 ncres sand Is In blue grass and has lino No. 7 contains 45 acres, lino :epritig water. No. 8 contains 25 acrcs and hns fine spring water. No. i) contains 32 acres and has good running water No. 10 contains 40 acres nnd has good pond. No. 11 contains 117 acres, fine running water from "Wendoer's spring, 40 acres In bluo grass. No 12 contain 124 acres nnd Is suitable for nny crop and lays well, ll Few people reallxe the magnitude ot tho live stock exhibit and horse show which will be held In connection with OTHER NOTABLES ARE COMING tho Appalachian Exposition In Knoxvllle, Tenn. Toe live stock exhibit will extend through tho first week of n Roosevelt Will Be There on the exposition period, th dates for this exhibit being September 12 to 17, War Veterans' Day, Inclusive. In perfecting tho details October 7. for th's great exhibit, nothing has been left undone to make It outstandAmong tho many notables who will ing In every particular. When tho llvo stock commltteo was attend the Appalachian exposition In Knoxvllle, Tcnn., September 12 to Oc- appointed, men were selected who are tober 12, none will bo more cordially themselves practical live stock people and who welcomed and moro graciously recelr-e- great Industryhave tho Interest of this at heart. This commlt11. Taft than I'rcsldcnt William teo In turn went Into tho exhibit work and Theodore Roosevelt with a vim, and each department conTho exposition officials have positive sisting of tho following: Department and porsonal assurances from them A, horses nnd ponies; II, mules and Jack stock; C, beef cattle; D, dairy cattle; E, swine; P, sheep and O, night horse show, has been developed on an equal basis and consequently the admirer ot nny breed of I've stock may expect to see his Ideal woll repSpanish-Americad hablt-formia- T Sept 12 to 17, Inclu-stve- . resented. Tho Judges who havo been appointed to pass upon tho merits of tho different llvo stock exhibits aro men ot national reputation, and when they give their decisions they will bo back ed by a well founded and conscien tious opinion. Tho following Judges will officiate during tho exposition: For horses and ponies, Qcorgo Campbell Brown, of Spring Hill, Tenn.; mules and Jack stock, John L. Jones, of Columbia, Tenn.; beef cat-tiProf. II. A. Morgan, of Knoxvllle; dairy cattle, W. Octtys, Athens, Tenn.; ewlnc, Marley IUley, of Thorntown, and S. B. Morten, ot Camden. Ohio; sheep, Prof. J. E. Hlte, Athens, Oa.; night horse show, Henry Culllns, of Lexington, Ky. Live Stock Ring. The live stock building and exhibit grounds aro Ideal In every particular. The ring for tho exhibit of cattle, sheep and hogs Is In the form of an oval 100 feet In one direction and seventy-fivfeet In tho other. Tho arena for the exhibit ot horses, mules, Jacks, Jennets and for tho night horse shows Is as fine an open-ai- r arena as thcro Is In the United States. Tho show ring Is oval In shape, measuring 225 feet In length and 100 feet In width, completely surrounded by a wooden guard and on the outsldo ot which will bo a t promenade. The seating arrangements are In the form ot an amphitheater, almost completely surrounding the ring and has a capacity, when completed, of holding fully ten thousand people. For the night hone show tbe arena will be beautifully e ten-foodec-orat- arranging the displays of pet stock and poultry. The pot stock Includes dogs, pigeons, etc A largo number ot premiums havo been offered for each of these shows. A feature of the premium list Is about twenty flvo silver loving cups for excellence In tho displays of poultry. In addition to theso special days for stock, tho exposition hns arranged for soveral other special days, and plans aro pending whereby other "days" will bo announced later. Tho dates Bench show for dogs, Sept 22,23,24. Pigeon show, Sept. 27 to Oct 1, Inclusive. Poultry show, Oct 6 to 12, Inclusive. The live stock committee ot tho exposition has charge o the live stock exhibit and tho poultry commltteo Is oh outilde bottle -- wrapper and attett to the trnthfulaeM of the aaaa under oath. I '?y r B,dlcln dler everywhere, and any dealer who hain't it eca let ll. Uon I take a lubitttute ot unknown composition for thi medicine o snown coMrosrriON. No counterfeit ii at food a the genuine and the druIit who (ar something die I Ju.t a food a Dr. Pierce'" I either mldakea or it trying to deceive you for hi own (etfith benefit. Such a man I not to be fruited. He I triflln with your mo.t pricele poieion-yo- ur health-m- ay be your life Itself. St tUt y, t,t what yea oi .r. are sot afraid to print ht every ingredient oa ESi2i)Xe l eA. rirm:;sTr?i7??,a;,ritY?rT,y.?.i?'a;.r . .- We Have This Season v St$2i .iXii22i. - 2)SSk, t V9BBMHsxaaBaBkas3S!sltaaBaaaj wa-Uv- r. .JaHLaLLa satW already assigned are: 8ept 12. Opening day, when Oov. unsurpassed, water conenlences about half of this tract Is In blue grass and clover, nnd on this tract Is one of the best tobacco und stock 'liarns In Jessamlno county, servant quarters perfect, good coal house, -- It. Pattetson, of TonnesHoc, and other notables will be present and pattlclpato In tho formal opening ot tho exposition. President William J. Oliver, ot the Appalachian Exposi tion Co., will presldo and will deliver an address. M. 'MMHHragflnfl jap c Sept 15. Postofflco and Rural Car- house, hen house, smoKe house, orchard, garden bed of strawberries nnd grape nrbor. No. 12 Is one of the most desirable places to live In the whole county and has every Improvement, school, church and railroad close, and on the prospective line to ntchond. These tracts will be sold as a whole In order named and then as follows: Tracts No. 1, 2 nnd 3, aa a whole, tract No 4 as a whole, tracts No. 1, 2, 3 and 4 as a whole, tracts S, 0 and 10, as a whole, and Uacts No. 11 and 12, the home placo, separately, then all of the tracts with the exception of 5, C, 7, 11 and 12 will be sold p a whole. A twenty-foo- t road touches each tract of land. Everybody U Invited to Inspect this farm and crops. Possession for seeding puiposM glen at once. Each Hract of land will be surveyed by the bugg -- riers' day. Sept. 20 Atlanta day. Sept 22. Ashtvlllo day. ers' day. The Hoosier Drill Willi All tlu Latest Improvements i Sopt 27. Miners' day. Oct 1. United Commercial Travel- President William H. Taft. that they will honor the great exposition, greatest exposition the southland has ever known, by their presence. Tho date for President Tart's visit has not been definitely determined, but It will be the last of September or early In October. However, Col. Roosevelt has fixed October 7 as tho tlmo for his visit to the exposition. war veterans' day will bo celebrated on October 7, and Col. Roosevelt, being a Spanish war veteran himself, will tako a lively and leading part In the exercises of that date. He will deliver an address to his comrades of 98, and he will hold a reception at which he will meet personally and shako tho hands of thousands of tho boys of tho north and south who followed tbe stars and stripes In '98. Soon after Col. Roosevelt returned to the United States from his African tour of 15 months a committee of rep resentatives of the Appalachian expos!-- ! tlon. headed by Hon. W. J. Oliver, the energetic and efficient president of tho exposition, visited Col. Roosevelt In his offlcos In the Outlook building 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 Spanish-American Oct 6. Travelers' Protective Association day. Oct 7, noosovelt and War Veterans' day. Oct 6, 7 and 8, Educational conference days. Spanish-America- n We can make it to your interest to pay us a call. FARMERS county sunoyor balance in two and three years with Interest u deferred payments nt 6 per cent, pt annum. STOCK AND FARM IMPLEMENTS. 100 Southdown sheep, 2 brood mares with mule colt at side, 2 work 1 2 yrurg geldings, piriws. when drills, cultivators, doublo m-rc TERMS ON LAND One-hal- f cash, titr", h.ir-rew- s. cash; over lhal amount six months' lime, with a .fiood note bearing 6 per cent. Interest. Stock and Implements will be sold at tho hoajp place at 10 a. m., and Mjid sale wll' begin on tract No. 1, Mil the rear of Patton place. $10, "Hnth ivel, ft' TERMSrol'T. etc. Under Route Phones. HENRY C. MUIR, 1, NlchoIasWIle. Ky. FOR SALE1 Small well mproved farm outside and of town limits between Stauford good acres Holland containing 23 liouse, out houses new barn line young orchard, water at house and foarn. Would make a good dairy or truck farm for right man. I also have farm of 104 acres of unimproved land situated on Dlx river 3ind county road. This land Is all In rass except 16 acres which Is In cultl vatlou. This land will grow fine tobacco or corn and has some fine ttm-be- r on It. Will sell cheap and make ternia to suit the purchaser or will n For trade for town property. or call on me at Rowwrite Frank Cordler, land 2 infor-watlo- CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! Hon. Theodore Roosevelt YOU CAN BUY If our coal cheaper right now than any time in the year. exposition, I can lurnliu the publlo with the belt. a to visit tho Appalachian well ai tbe fretlint of cut flower, plant! of he readily accepted. Tbe gentlemen all klndi, bultn. potted floweri, oton ibort presented Col. Roosevelt an Invitation, wreath notice. Alto mute a ipeclalty forlor funeral puriiosei. nbove, I have all carved upon marble native of the Apwith the In connection band at reasonable palachian region, and Inclosed In a klodi of case made of leather tanned In tho "''""'CHKIHTMASflKKEN HOUBE3. Appalachians, and packed In a box KD UUHHAKD, I'KOB. Stanford, Ky. made of hardwoods from tbe Appalachian mountain regions. This marble tablet Is cherished by Col. Roosovelt Let us fill your bins with our FOX JUDGE COAL at 13 cts per bushel. Clean Coal; No Slack. Phone 11. J. H. Baughman& Co. as a valuable souvenir ot the esteem In which he la held In the south. President Taft was Invited to the Appalachian exposition early In the present year, and he at once Indicated his great Interest la tbe undertaking and hts desire to attend. Subsequently be gave his positive acceptance ot tbe Invitation, and he will soon announce the exact date of his coming. He will be accompanied by a coterie of officials, and "Taft Day" at the exposition will be a notable occasion. A number of social affairs In compliment to the president and other visitors ot that day will be arranged. The president will be the house guest of Col. William J. Oliver while In Knoxvllle. Railroads will operate apodal trains Into tbe exposition city on Taft and Roosevelt days, and every facility possible will be arranged whereby the masses from all over the Appalachian region may gather at Knoxvllle and greet the president and tho Appalachian region. Theso conferences will be open to all womoa vlstors to the exposition. The dates already announced aro Sept. 24 The City Beautiful. Under the dlrect'on ot Mrs, U D. Tyson, president Knoxvllle league. Sept 26. Peace Congress. Direcand lighted to such an extent tion ot Mrs. Dolva Lockwood, of Wash every thing can bo seen practical- lngton. D. C. that ly aa well as In day light Sept 27. Tennessee Federation The premium list for tho lire stock Doard of Directors. exhibit and the horse show Is more Sept 28. 29, 80. Conference Womliberal than f6r any similar event In en's Clubs of tbe South. Direction ot the south ajwWtfr the night horse Mrs. L. C. French, president Teases ahow the premium list Is equal to any see Federation ot Woman's dubs. of Its kind In tho United States. Toe Oct 1. Women's Christian Tesnper-anc- e business men of Knoxv11h have takes Union ot tb South. Direction an unusual Interest In this port ot Mrs. 6. M. Ilolman, FayettevllU. tho exposition and aa an evidence ot Tenn. their Interest and good faith they ore Oct 3. Woman's Relief Corps Conoffering a special stake for galted sad- ference. Direction Mrs. Annie Ford dle horses to be known aa the Knox- Johnson. vllle Business Men's Saddle Horse Oct 4. Press and Authors' Clubs. stake and aro giving $500 aa the purse. Direction Mrs. RutledgeSmltb. Cooke-vlllThis ot Itself should undoubtedly Tcnn. bring tocether tho greatest collection DiOct 5. Historical Boc'etles. galted American saddle horses that rection Mrs. M. S. Cockrlll. Naahvjlle. of has ever been seen In this country and Oct. 6. United Daughters of the It will be unfortunate Indeed tor any Confederacy. Direction Mrs. R. H, one to havo seen the exposition and Sansora, Knoxvllle. not to have witnessed the competition Oct 7 Daughters American Revobetween these great horses, for when lution Dlroctlon Mrs Thomas Day, havo been tied. It will Memphis. the ribbons will practically mean, tbe placing of the Oct 8 Organ zatlon of Southern same on the finest galted middle Teachers' league. horses living Interest Is Qeneral. Llvo stock peoplo throughout the Library of Southern southern Appalachian region should Books at Exposition by all means visit the live stock exhibit, for It will give them an opporIn the woman's board ot the Appatunity to study the different breeds In lachian exposition, to be hId at Knoxa practical manner. 12 to October The premium list can be obtained vllle. Tenn., September with entry blanks from Dr. M. Jacob, 12, the department of literature wishes permanent library after chairman of th lira atnrV pnmmllt. to establish a exposition, to be called the close of tho Knoxvllle, Tenn. the Appalachian library. The books to be placed and labeled as such, with the name of nuthor or publisher who GOVERNORS WILL ATTEND donates. With this In view, the comAPPALACHIAN EXPOSITION mittee Is soliciting books which are recognized as southern literature. These books to be on exhibit In the The governors ot Tennessee, Vir- Woman's building during tbe App ginia, West Virginia, Kentucky, North lach'an oxpoalllon. and South Carolina, deorgta and Ala The library solicits a loan exhibit bama have been Invited to attend the ot old, new, rare and valuable books Appalachian Exposition in Knoxvllle, from private or public libraries and between September 12 and October H. also asks for losn exhibits from pubIt la expected that these chief execu- lishers. tives will attend, representing theli Books from private libraries must respective states officially, Oov. M be plainly marked with owner's name It. Patterson, ot Tennessee, will t and address. present on tbe opening day of the ex Books from publishers will be markposition, September 12, and will do ed with their name, address and the liver a formal address and otherwise state they represent participate In tho opening or the great A loving cup will be given for the events. best selection from a private library. Tbe Appalachian Exposition hai A loving cup will also be given the been devised In tbe Interest ot th publisher who donates the largest eight states mentioned, and It Is ex number ot books to the Appalachian pected that thousands will attend from library. all parts of the various common Books should be sent to the Womwealths. The success of tho exposition an's building ot tbe exposition not lameans further advancement, Industri- ter than September 10. ally, commercially, educationally and All books will be insured and evsocially of tho state Included In tb ery safeguard will be arranged for Appalachian region. Consequently tht safety and return. Miss Kate White, government of the states aro manifest of Knoxvllle, is chairman; Mrs. T, S. Ing such deep concern In Its success Devant, ot Knoxvllle, U Secretary. -e, Columbus day. Women's Conferences. Tho woman's department of the Appalachian Exposition has announced a series of conferences that will provo highly Interesting to the women of 12. Oct Rad This if You Have Shttp. ilkv Harm Lnmbm-Mo- ra Weat-Ma- rm TSat'i vtMta aroftte arm In ihwa ' rmnmi.Mi cuaot m areata aalM Ttm imo Yaarmlmaaf me uem worm. Mtrttom ra luu. 5UffiVET clean nmt, not wl porttitUr tbeep. Ml tha errr aCbar trat In ootl la wr Stock Repay Caro worms by feeding lM Iltoata atfaj . par a.aa in laao. bat aval-f- ar u maaefactoraa trf lb Aimet en j oor pn- - TaltvoOfWrvotk-In- e I? will dtrOT b4 Mr ararr i . SmtIbc tbaanlnu fr la ditfwt eaara ot loot II hU. aad aaainlUla MMlmVmt la a vfladarfal taat im- - rtiri Tbe care you give stock, especially fa feeding, is returned toyou tea fold to good bard cosh. Keep yoor Horses, Cows, Sheep and llogt in good condition and free from ud amlaod.0. 5AIffiYET This wonder working-- medkaVed ( easy to feed and eoata but little. It puts the animals' stomacha and intestine) in perfect condition, bo that every partieee of food is digested and assimilated. Sml'Vet does Ma work quickly and positively. A package for 75 cents. ,. R I iBaslacts(ed bs 8. K. r0 Oa. urruesa. utiov alt Pence BrOS.. Stanford, Kentucky. Stanford, KentucKy. Stanford Real Estate Co, Farms and Town Property Sold. Handled on Comniiasiou. Stocks and Bondl If you Have Prorty to Sell of Reut Notify Us. Write (or Circular to L. R. HUGHES, Secretary, Stanford. Ky FINE FARM FOR SALE Located on the tvtnnrord aad Ot acres tenbelm plko containing 1S8 well watered, one hundred acres Iti grass 60 acres for wheat. This land produces fine tobacco, corn and wheat A fine young orchard of one hundred bearing fruit trees, a modern new su room bouse, cistern at door, cellar and all necesary outbuildings, two tenant bousos, large barn, new silo, tree mail delivery, three hundred yards to school, 1 12 miles to union churcb Will make terms easy. W. F. Dlshou, Stanford, Ky Dox 41 Phone 8 ring 1 2 8TIRRINQ TIMES. we are having In tho bulldlug lino.' Wo carry a full line, ot lime, plaster toment nnd everrthlng cUo needed Notice Everj thing purchased for building, hero will bo found of tbe best quail Wo have a saw mill for sale with ty and the best for intended purposes. built r 30 hp engine, We will save you troublo asd uaaeew a new saw mill for sale, ',4 cash, bal- nary expense by sending to ua tor aa ance In two, four and six mouths, with good notes. King's Mountain A ALLEN, Stanfard, Ky Planing Mill, King's Mountain, Ky. J. .,ti,i2U- - FRIDAY, 8ErT 16, 1910, THE STANFORD, KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. The Island Of CHAPTER XV. the way rapidly aerett the beaeh out of earshot net out- of sight aaosg Regeneration tckd up two fallen branches of palm They ran to the beach opposite the totrance and wared the palm branches tborc their headi. It wnt too far for he tolce to carry and there was too nuch nolie from the breakers on the of If the dliUnce had been shorter tut the men In tho boat evidently auaht sight of the signals and under-foothem, for she was presently .bout and In a few moments they saw .cr prow cut tho blue waters of the goon through the one entrance to the arrler. The man and woman stood llentty, a little apart, watching the wlft approach. Unerringly steered, is boat struck the gently shelving etch bows oa, and a last sturdy lull droTe her fairly out of the water lie man In the atern sheets rote, iepped forwsrd between the oarsmen nfl-- l taped out on the sand. The pretest was In touch with the tit, conventional faced the uncon- atlonal, civilisation and primitive appearance at least sfronted one another. The glance that Langford gave the nan waa at once casual and Indifferent His whole Interest was centered upon the woman. He found himself trembling violently In spite of the superhuman efforts be put forth at control. It was only the most Iron constraint Indeed that enabled him to approach' at all. As be drew near to her, he took off bis cap, bowed to her and strove to speak. -Katharine." he said at last hoarseGreatest Ever Held In The South. ly, "thank God that I have found yout" "Woman," said the man by her side, stepping swiftly forward and confronting Langford, "who Is this man!" At Knoxville, Tenn., "Ills nam," reUrned the woman PTEMBER 12, TO OCTOBER 12. " steadily, "Is Valentine Arthur d an-tanc- Accusation and Admltilen. had Now that the great moment come for Langford had at hit recognised the woman whom he sought In spite of her strange garb ho became suddenly acutely conscious of trivial details and accurately renponslble to He stepped, matters of no moment for Instance, near the bow of the boat, told the coxswain that he might allow the men to land but that they mutt re-- J main, close to the beach and within1 easy call and see that the boat was properly secured. Then he turned and I walked slowly singular how eager he had been for that moment and how , tardy he was In availing hlmsslt of It when It came toward the two who e stood silently watcning a nine away He was dressed In a boating suit of white and wore a white yachting cap. He waa distinctly good looking. Ills repentance, his anxiety, his disappointment hsd refined his faoe to a certain degree and be was not an unworthy specimen of humanity in appearance. The man looked at him with vivid euriotlty and a sudden sense of dismay to find the new comer so worthy of respect oa ,the ground of Appalachian Exposition, br understood, to do him justice, for was a fearless man, ha would have the trees. rreatwrsd last the same. "Now," he said turning and faetag "She was my mistress!" be said the other two. through his teeth. He noticed that the woman was "Shame! Shame!" cried the woman, ghastly white and that Langtord was and then fell tllent, clasping ber hands scarcely less pale. and waiting for what might come. The "Sir," said Langford firmly, "I de- hour of her travail was upon her. cline to answer your question. 1 have Langford flashed a look at her and business With this lady and with her then his gaze reverted to the man. The alone. It does not concern you and I expected outbreak did not Instantly beg you to withdraw for a moment come. and give me free speech with her. "Mistress!" said the other. "I know After that I may have some questions not what that means, but 'tis a word to put to you." more "Everything that concerns her con- of bitterness. Say further and cerns me," said the man, sternly. clearly your Intent." "Why, you fool!" "What you have to say to her must "Ho that calleth his brother a fool I be ssld to me. Speak on." sbsll be damned," snld the man. For a moment Langford looked as If Langford stared at him. he would have sprung upon the other. "Where have you lived," he cried, ,0 Cl.?r.ljl,no m.'tch for."that you don't know the 'meaning of ,hhU.l.h,MWf" to his aid and kept him still. Uesldea I words?' he hsd no wish for vulgar brawling ' "I have lived nowhere but here and I have known no language but what men. lie turned to the woman. "Katherlne," he said, "I have much this woman has taught me." "Yet the could easily have taught to say to you. Can't you make this ou the meaning of that word," the man hear reason 7" "She has made ms hear reason for other responded with cruel, ruthless three years," answered tho man for meaning. "1 will take the leston from you." her before she could speak, "but her "You will have It then!" power ends In this hour." "1 will." The woman looked at him plteoualy "She waa my wife, but without the and nodded har head. She realised or that the thread of daetlny was taken jbltttlng of Godyou the law of Tman. I owned her, do understand I posfrom ber hands and forever. sessed her body and soul." "Mr. Langford. you will have to say "Not soul," said the woman, but the to me whatever you wish before this protest was lost man," she said at last "Tou lie!" cried the man, swiftly "Why, 'Us Impossible," cried Us leaping upon him. other,, No tiger ever sprang with such "It must be." "And," Interposed the man, "you awlftness or such ferocity. Langford thai) say nothing to her until you hare answered my questions." "There must be no violence," cried 'he woman, stepping between the two. bt jfcad NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. be received for - ke Sealed bids will concreto pavements around the court bouao Inside the yard and In front of the court house and for a concrete wall or coping around same as per plans and specifications now on file In my office NOTICE. All Mils must bo sealed nnd II led with tho undersigned on on before 10 In the district court of tho Unltctfl o'clock a. m., W'ednotday, Sept 21, States for tho Eastern district ofi. 1PI0. Kentucky, In tho mntter of Clarence t U. B. COOPER, Clerk. J. Stnplc. BankriiDt. By virtue of an order entered by J: Notice of Sale on Bankruptcy. HOW GOOD NEWS 8PREADS N. Sntindcr. referee In tbo above- "I nm 70 years old and travel most styled case, I, as trustco of samiv of the time," writes B. F. Tolson, of will on Saturday the 22nd dty of Ellzabeijitown, Ky. "Everywhere I October A. D., 1910, between go I recommend Electric Hitters, beof 10 o'clock a. and 3 o'clock cause I owe my excellent health and p. m. on the premisessi. being S2 acres, vitality to thorn. They effort a euro every lime." They never fall to tono of farm land, situated In Lincoln thtt stomach, regulate the kidneys county, Kentucky, on the waters oc and bowels, stimulate tho liver, in Green river, adjoining tho Denhann vigorate the nerves, and purity the farm, and lying near the postefflcc ot strength, leor and health that's a Jumbo, Kentucky, expose to public dally Joy. Try them. Only COc. sale to the highest and best bidder,, Satisfaction Is positively guaranteed for cash In hand, the above described! by Penny's Drug Store. tract or parcel ot land, together with, nineteen acres of land adjoining, fctmcj, A GOOD POSITION. now owned by Clarence J. Slpjlev above named, and alsoi Can be bad by ambitious young men one-ha-lt interest in the growing aron and ladles In the field of "Wireless upon tho said land. or Hallway telegraphy. Since tho - Given under my band this the rutin. hour law became effective, and since day ot Algust, 1910. R. A. DYCHE, Trustee, the wireless companies are establish 57-3tho-hou8- STUBBORN AS MULES (0 balk without cause. Ttica thero's trouble Loss of Appetlto Indigestion, Nervousness. Despond ency, Headache. But such troubles, fir bnfnrn fir Klnt'a Vw r.lr mif. Tho world's best stomach and llvcr- reineay. so cosy. 2Ec nt Penny' Drug Store. seem 3 Lang-ford.- If II 's ' hlAgnltlccnl and mammoth build lore to soo nrd amuse than ever ered at a Southern exposition. 10,000 In purses for running and Ulna-- races. 10,(00 In aerial exploitation, by ma ftr.es of Wright Brothers, Stroebel outer neranauu. "Hto una air matchless fire works grand 'tleyOf the clouds and Tain's "Fall '5,000 In fotnpell." halnaH's famous wild west and er shows of note. ilreatest bands In nil America. MISSION TO GROUNDS IN DAY. 23 0 CENTS P. M, AFTER t & CENTS. tmtmbtr These Special Dates. Sept J"-stock nnd races.. show. ...Sept. 13, II, 15. t horse Sept. 22, 23, 2t i;h Show 1 Ion nnd pet stock show Sept. 27 Oct. I Oct. 2 ',...,, "s try show Ight Brother's airship jebVs dirigible days Sept. 22-2- baloon. Every nollOil 1140 Ifl thO This Is practically a new farm; li r.M nmi warn out land: bas two i Sept 12, Oct 12 lire works ovcry ounlUK .. . Sept 12. Oct. 12 ... .... Sept. lie of the clouds Sept. 2G, Octl. o. Pompeii pcclnl rates every day, and low railroad rates to Knox- and return on Tuecday nnd visitor rtday as follows: "Mr Langford, I believe this man's I name to be John Itcvrll Charnock. kford believe him to be an American, a Virbehind ginian. I found him here upon the tlon City island." "This matters nothing," said the Islander, "I don't care what this man's See This Great Exposition. name Is, or who he Is. I want to know why ho distresses you." President J. OLIVER, "Sir," ssld Langford, wondering what wss the best tone to take with this singular being, "pray let us withdraw yonder to the shade of the trees where AETHINQ OF we csn be more private." INTEREST TO YOU The men In the boat who bad scrambled out upon the sanda hsd been eager spectators and auditors of every"ne Lincoln county tobacco farm thing that bad gone on. Their euriwas greatly excited and their 100 acres, 1 mile from railroad otlty propinquity was evidently distasteful good 1 J, school and churches, on to Langford. 'I; 60 acres In high state of culti- - "You are refusing to answer my fa, suitable for corn, wheat grass, questions," ssld the man. "I will not be put off further." ceo. Cora made 60 bushels to tho "Man," ssld the woman, laying her .. wheat 21 huthcls to the ncre. band upon bis arm, "It is my wish." 19-2- "What did you do to her," atked the man with the bluntett potilble direct-net"that the weeps at the thought of you, that she Is Oiled with horror as you spprotcb; thtt she looks at you as she does nowf I have never seen thst look upon her face since we have been upon tblt Island," Langford turned and faced the man at these singular queries were put to htm. "Who U this man. Katharine V he asked, an angry flush In his face. "Ir dpn't know for csrtaln," the woman jaaawtrtd, "bat 1 think hts name U ;" "Whst.aai my name to do with ill" Interrupted the man persistently. "Will you answer ay questlonsT" "When t know who you are and by ,what fight you put them. I will d cider' was LaagTera s contemptuous answer. The woman had never seen her companion In a temper, but he was perilously near the breaking point now, and Langford, although he resided U not bad never been and would never be In so much danger as at thst Instant A iwlft glance ibowed ber the man strung to the very outbreaking point The woman laid her band upon bis arm, a calming touch. "In the world," she said, "people are presented to one another." She How the loathed Langford. thought for a moment that she hnd only to say tho word and her Itlsnd to pieces. companl'n wo" !d tr;r She wondered fcovr far after all she bad succeeded In Instilling Into his mind tho restraints of chllltatlon. She began to tee 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 of the many. Yet she forced herself to speak evenly to tho s, violence!" For answer the man gently, but with Irresistible force, lifted ber 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 him Justice he waa not afraid "what ' I Is this man to yout'" I am nothing to her," answered the man, "except that I love her." "And youT" said Lingford, hotly, still addressing the woman. "She loves me," again answered the other, "and we were happy until you brought the world to our shores. Since then she bas wept Look at her now" "My God." exclaimed Langford, "is '.Vo Ing stations throughout tho country there is a great shortage of telegraph- cm. Positions pay beginners from 170 to 190 per month, with good chance of The National Tele advancement graph Institute operntes six official Institutes in America under supervls Officials ion of B. R." and places nil fiaQU&tes into posi tions. It will puftyou to write them Phllndelphln, Pa. for full details at Cincinnati, O., or ss APMiV'.STItATOR'S NOTH-'- All persons having clnfriis apifaar-- . the estate of M. C. Sauflcy, dbenased,. will present the same to thir undersigned, properly proven on or before--t- he 12th day of October, 1910, soul alS. I 'I persons Indebted to said decedent. Ml. C. Saufley will please settle samte promptly. Adror. of GEORGE E. STONE M C. Sauffey. Deceased! September 28, 1910. I will offer for sale on the premises, my highly 'improved: s 212 ACRE FARM :k ur. It posslbler tla "" W-6- 1 '.. I... ..nn Hwnin&ir "Oh, If you wish It" He turned without a word and led AND ITCHING A?1 p k ( Why experiment try inn to drive tho dandruff germ from underneath tho skin with greasy lotions or fancy hair dressings wnon I'enney's Drug store will guarantee ZEMO and ZEMO soap tp entirely rid tho scalp of tho germ Ufo that causes (be trouble. ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP can bo obtained In any city or town in America an.' aro recognized the best and most economical treatment for all aftei. tlona of tho skin or scalp whether ou ur grown person. Ont sham.11 '" ,uunv." :i..i .. Infant poo with ZKMO SOAP and applicalleicribe this tarm in m ad- - tion of ZEMO will stop Itching nnd You should see It and the I m a cleanse the scalp of dandruff and ' go of Us worth. H you scurf. . write mo uud learn more We invite you to try ZEMO and iTarrav ZEMO SOAP nnd It not entirely satis s Wayne- - fled we will refund your money. Pen u w . - --- .Keynowt, t . ny's Drug Btoxej hninct. one with three is and sorch; tho other a log nas i of three rooms naa porcn; bug 1. stone cellar, wood house, house, 2 good barns, corn crib, in shed- - and all out buildings; a No. l. orchard, good water for ijurposes; tho best fenced farm la part of tho country; oo acres ds farm Is In timber, worm one the price asked for farm, wneu Umber 1 mean good timncr nuu ullcd over timber, This farm will ild at a bargain, If sold In tho next .v. whv nay real estato agents DANDRUFF SCALP YIELD TO THIS TREATMENT dS5LSS "," ..... wi one of the best In the country Is a nine room, modern built bouse, : : ; Sras prtpared for aa attack. He dealt heated by furnace and well finished. It Is noted for its beautiful' :: sv blow at the oncoming figure with all healthy location , good neighborhood and close proximity to best :u- " the, force of hit arm, and skill and ;- schools nnd churches In the State. training enabled him to put Into it There are three good tenant bouses, n tobacco barn wltfl IQ'olre than one would have fancied . excellent basement for stock 26x134 feet :s; jtrora the sllghtntss of his figure. He Considering location, bulldlngs.quality, land, etc., no more cle- struck, the man fairly In the chest ylrnble furm home has been placed upon the market. Tht blow apparently might have staggered an ox, it had no effect whatever -JAMES OTTER, Danville, Ky. , Upon the other. In an.lArttant wss caught as If in the grasp of a whirlwind. He was lifted from the earth and held high In the air. For one tense moment, unable to struggle, he hung dpon uplifted arms. He heard a voice beneath htm cry: "Woman, shall I throw him down and kill him?" us tho love we bore "discovered to "Do him no hurt," said the woman, each other and that Is all." "for what he has said, as be sees It "Aro you forgive the question," Is true." Greatest event ot the Kind ever held in Kentucky. 50 saddle marcs.. said Langford, addressing the woman, and there was agony In bis voice, "as registered. colts and fillies, 50 Jennets and colts. All Catalogues aosfr CHAPTER XVI. you were when I left you 7" "I a.m a different woman, thank , ready. Every, one .or these Jennets should be kept In Kentucky. Confronted. God I" ' .V4r"wff w words the these appalling At " " TJlffcrentr strength seemd all at once to go out 8c "Yes, but tn the sense In which you of the man's arm. Heavily, but not mean the question, I am Jutt as 1 was, with purposeful ungentleness, he save that 1 love tblt man." slowly set Langford down upon his If you have anything to sell you bad no right to love him feet on the sand. "Hut or any one," burst forth Langford bitin the "You brute'" cried the other man, terly trembling with Impotent anger. "And do you reproach me with There was nothing that he could that?" do personally. It he had possessod a "Do IT-- ' weapon he would have killed tho IsThink of your wife." lander, but be was unarmed and help-letTake to "She's dead," said tho man hoarseTherefore he turned toward the ly. "I have searched the world for beach and called to his men. They Nunnelley's New Stock Yardas you. 1 have coma back here to make hsd seen the sudden attack and were amends, to own my fault to marry already running across the sands. lie buysand sel a every day in tha you before God and man, to take you "No," said the woman, "that word year except Sunday. Bring or back, to do for you as long as I shall belongs to you. You have told the your stock. Best market in live all that a man can do." yet not all." She turned truth, and OT-Trf.the State with plenty of . waa sucn genuine pattiuu lu to her companion There s the island (utiide tIJ Lcuievilie or Lcsir.gt- ;tils voice and In his appeal that the "Man," she said, "you have loved me. cxl and water be st covered most Inimical and Indifferent would You must hear what I have to say." STANFORD, KY. We also do a general hitch and feed business. have recognized It, but there was no "You have said that it was true," response to It In the woman's heart he muttered, hoarsely, "And the man A greater love than his had come Into who has said it lives. Lives I" ber soul. The whole current of her His voice rose to a cry. He turned being flowed to the man by ber side. toward Langford again. But by this "No," she said. "Your words have .time the six blue Jackets who made no appeal for mc. They awaken no up the gig's crew were closo at hand. .uimwKvi response in my heart I love this man, "Haley," cried Langford to the not you." "seize " that brute yonder, "Have you thought," cried Langford meaningly, "that you are not free to ' The woman was still wearing the Nor-Sh- ap love any one but me?" knife that she habitually carried. She "Dy, heaven!" cried the man spring- , used It often and kept the blade bright ing forward, "this time I will be an- and of keen edge. She whipped It out Hyi in swered. Why Is she not free to love on the Instant, bsr civilization falling rhe tubular track position. It is lmpossibl mo or any one?" from ber like a discarded garment freeie up, doe or this track to "Because," said the oth'r resolutely, when the man she loved was threatstick. The slot Is on tho lower "before she came Into jour l.fo she ened. side. Note the tandem roller carriage belonged to me." "Let no one lay hand upon him," the wheels aro round, with a flange in tho "Belonged to youT she cried, aflame to defend him. "I center, which plumbs the slot. I will drive it into my own swear that "Yes, to me." compelling the carriage to work heart if he be touched." freely and in perfect line. "And by what com"Olve me the knife," said her Langford hesitated. He was furiThe solid ateel wheels are mounted oa roller bearings. ously wrought up. He saw that It was panion, suddenly. You can swing this door at Before she could prevent him, he necessary to make a break, a rupture right angle to the bam. between these two. Ho thought that whipped It out of her hand. making a abetter irom It you want the "And now," he said, springing If he could do so, his own suit might rain or sua. best that money the huddled group of sailors, the the better prosper. He was in deadly can buy, some tta ItWtr but cmci It earnest and therefore he took the risk. "bright blade llfttd, "which of you t mcUmiuI tin thing that will How frightful It was, he hsd no pre- :w11) touch met" Wmjwww. be good, not only lor years, He did not understand I Tht men shrank back. There was conception. but for generations, InvesIsetttthisg 10 turleus tn the,aspect of tigate the Net'Shap Tufeu that he was dealing with a primitive tar Bars Doer Hasget, man. How should hsT He did sot khe man, his newer was so evident well that none understand what ptulent slept he Wad hit temper Hi Hriatfta to preelattats the frar. ntath, tht .Ha.... GEORGE H. FARRI8, STANFORD, FOR BALE (Continued on Page 7.) "It Is'tnie," said the woman, finding voice at last and looking steadily from one .'to the other. Langford's emotion now passed all bounds. He had trembled before; be shook now as If with the palsy. He reached out and caught the trunk of one of the trees to steady, himself. "What are you. to this man, .In God's ' name?" he cried. "Nothing. 5ver since I flfd from the thtp on that hateful night and Itnded on this Island, we have been friends, good friends. He was a castaway. He had forgotten his speech. He had lived here since he was a child I taught him everything.'' "To love youT"' queried Langford in hot and bitter Jealousy. "That wss one thing I learned myself," answered the man. "And yesterday, you might call It chance, but I call It God," sld the man gravely, on the best of pikes, 5 miles from each Danville and Lancaster, 17c 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 cost of land. ;sr :- -- : :vi rWtmsn, ,r Shall I Threw Him Down and Kill Hlmt" THE DWELLING ur :- - ,:;. :r :- :s Lang-'ford- Cook Farms' First Annnal Sale. L t-"-7- J. F. COOK CO., Lexington, Ky. -- v STOCK -- IIC itr IWiSWXM iu .,,t.Ka cox-wsl- LiMMummu csagaifirrg and" Bam Door Hanger tier Uiw-lM- MijayyAtJP u IJt Kt. gT..;,T: .UK MttriMMMnNtfctrta 7-- tkM,m.y m,m mun mmm THE STANFORD, KENT UCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. . KHIDAY, HKIT 16, 1910. The VWIY Interior Journal. Established TUESDAY $1 1872. KEEP THE KIDNEY8 WELL Health I Worth Saving and Some Stanford People Know How Fall AM Wlnttr SHitbfS tall nnil wlnlrr HAIiinlefl Afo hit now ready for yoar Inspection. They .., -,. , (h- - mnrkr-I " , hn8 y" ' n ' his clothes made to order, A iull mado to your measure Is prefcrablo To nave to ready made cloUies. . rogt tf m "de '" hen mnuu nnv mnrn tnnn quality and lit Is considered. Come In nnd let me tako your measure. II. C. Kupley, the Practical Tullor.5 HAM ucn .., I ; PROFESSIONAL AND a MJSINESS CARDS.: ! GOOD SHOES Its the Laborer,, the man who toils. who needs and wears the best foot, wear, and for the LABORING-MANwhether he be the boy at the plow, the man in the tobacco field, the teamster, builder or section , AND FRIDAY At Ter Year In Advance 8AUFLEY HELTON Publlihtr Entered at the rost Offlce at Stan ford, Ky., as Second Class mall. Anderson News truly stxya: "It looks very much as IT the light nomination for for tho Democratic Governor would overshadow the raccg for Congress In the state of Kentucky this fall The talk Is, who are you for for Governor? and not a word about The It. Many Stanford people lake their lives In their hands by neglecting the .Z kidneys when they know these organs kidneys are respon need heln. Sick fclbln for a ast amount of suffering and 111 health, but there Is no need to suffer nor to remain in danger when all diseases and aches and pain due to weak kidneys can be quickly and poramnently cured by the use of Doan's Kidney Pills. Tho following Deafness Cannot Be Cured statement leaves no ground for doubt, u Ttwtt H onlr on wty street, Lan- - br lwI ppllrUoM.nt lb.y tsnnot ntth lb u Mn, II. F. Walter, Hill ronton ol U Md r towlltutloeal rftnrttfC inMnr. Kv.. nays: "I never fall to nir dMfnw".cawrd thl tn taifiAnl roadman ol th. by Dtaf&m u lb EuiLcbun Tub. Vn.o lintel Kidney Pills when I raucous Influnfdol you n... a rumblmt povod or tka praise Doan's ta 8ve "" vvm.,'Z. '' ,.- Ab m, MINKS HOTEL Moreland, Minks, Ky. Prop. Depot and .New Hotel Opposite Stable. Special Rates to Traveling men Everything Brand New.. Single Rooms. Representing The Benefit Life Insurance Co. The leading annunl dividend Com pany. Its distinction Is duo to auner ence of successive managements tr tho principle of mutuality. Mutual W. W. BURQIN. DENTIST. Office at R.itdenea. CRAB ORCHARD, KY. It. M. NEWLAND man, welhave made especial preparation forfyou. "We feel we are offerincr our trade R the Democratic nominee for Congress There is plenty of tlmo later en to settle tho nomination for Governor, as e can do that next year. Now Is 4o see the time to be building our fence and that Hon. Harvey Helm defeats his opponent, Col. Ewell, by a large Miiojrity. One thing at a Vfne and do that well. Next year's races can take care of Uiemsclves. Bo, fellow Democrats, talk Helm for Congress until after the November election and Hon." For sale by all dealers. Price 60 decide whether Mpen wo will Co., Buffalo, N. cents. Johnson, Head, Hendricks or Y., sole agents for the United States. some other good man shall be our Reraeber the name Doan's nd standard bearer next year lor Gov- - take no other. crnor." t. Foster-MUburn have tho opportunity, as they are cer tainly an excellent remedy. I have not been without a supply In the honso for years. Whenever my back becomes lame and painful, a few doses bring me Instant relief. At one time serious kidney I feared that I had trouble. Tho kidney secretions were unnatural and gave unmistakable evi dence of disordered kidneys. As. that time It was my good fortune to hear of Doan's Kidney Pills' and 1 began their use. In a short time my kiUneys were restored to a normal condition." tub ntarlnf. ud wbrn It cntmir tkwrd. Dl-tIne mutt. Md unlm tb mlUi.ro.tKxi tu be Ukra out uid thto tub mtorrd to lu noraul cood Uoo. brtrlnf will be drwrortd rortTtr. alii mh DR. T. W. PENNINGTON out ol unir. rurd by Cmurrb. which to oothiof Dentist InlUnrd roodiUon of tM mueou urlM, but Wt ttl tlrt Oo lluadrrd Dollut lor MT 8:30-1- 2 A.M. and 1 to 4:30 I'M Vmtorm (cuwd by nunl) tht rwnot bo rurra Hours m for clroiuu. otllce Myers Houso flats Stanford Ky by UUli Cunb Curt. " DR. W. N. CRAiO, Hold by Dnwttou. ft. TUt UH I ttallj PUH lor coottlptUoo. Optician u Fd OHIO VALLEY r. EXPOSITION, Cincinnati, O. Queen A Crcttent-Route- . Round Trip Fares From Junction City Kentucky TICKETS ON SALE DAILY 94.40 Good returning five days From Date of Sale. 5.60 Good Returning until Sept F. G. DENNIS, Oculist and omco over II. J. McRoberU' Store Stanford, Ky. PRE8SED 8TANDINQ SEAM GAL' VANIZED ROOFING. Large Quantities carried In Stock. EADS' TIN, SHOP, Stanford. this time the best!0UT-OF:D0Ofootwear that macninery can mage or money canlbuy.SWelKfrOW the "WITCH ELK" Shoe is the best shoemaking we - - Hon. James P. Edwards, of Louisville, has announced his candidacy for Preachersyille. the Democratic nomination for ant-governor. lieuten- He is well known In good to the people of the state by reason L. R, A two terms Dl tie, fact that he served BELDEN. having been a in the legislature, dco- For bouie, carrtaRr and ! n at the seslona member of Uie house all klndi iuch a topi of of 15)02 and 1304, and during those Main St., Hianford Ky., mlth ibop showed that he was two terms he J.T1ELDKX. one of the best parliamentarians in the state. He Is a very strong Democrat and is- - very proud of his record hre. No. 1, Hooth, U:M No. Month, l0:to A M. In John Bell will move to Goshen. of never having scratched a ticket M. North, oit No. prove a - Mr. J. J. Sroltn visited his daughter, NO.n. 10J9A. M. his life and will undoubtedly No.M.SltOp.if. Mrs. J. M. Cress. strong candidatp. 1jj i k . Misses Mary Anderson nnd Ger trude Adams visited Miss Carrie Tay seen in I The biggest thing we have lor. Kentucky state fair. Master Joseph Cress visited his un..long time is the REAL SANITARY PLUMBING. h Secretary J. W. Newman has certaln-- cle, Kendall Smith, near Walnut flat. oi proven himself the right man in the ?.... 'R tn. auiuciii Miss Saves Its cost over and over ag,m In Sunday. Louisville was so crowdyou must rlcht Dlace. Tavlor will teach In the graded lessened doctpr's bill. But '.! with fair visitors Thursday that be sure that It Is reaL. It Isn't tno Crab Orchard Uils term. sleep school at Logan Thompson sold a bunch of it was hard to nnd a place to basin and nlekeipU pipes that rt.. n ....A.I n uo. county citizen is said to tie 10 U. . BWIIICUIUau Ui. r.0 .' One Lincoln make sanitary plumbing. It Is the i. tub. F. Lawrence sold a good black horse way they are put together. Have us have sought repose in a bath at J. II. Baughman's sale for ?1S0. the do your plumbing. We havo editorial. Editor J. It. WgsLy bought a horse at Lan In a very able caster from Mr. Bourne for JS3. J. M. "know how." Lexington Dosha Breckinridge of the Cress bought a thoroughbred Duroo W. K. WARNER, NcCreary for the male Herald, declares for from T. J Durham, of Whites CHOOSING A WHIP. Stanford, Ky for governor. Mill for $22. Mr. Durham recently mono Democratic nomination Wo have is an easy matter uorc. old Duroc purchased a ivory stile, for every use nn.l at head his herd, for over 30c male to HE ISA SURE WINNER. ! about any pries The o.ily vhlp you per pound, from an Illinois breeder. cannot get here la . poor one. vvo LANCASTER, KY. Thompson sold a pair of mules to Times.) I'hll (From tho Louisville have none of that Kind. Our whips for J350. Burton, of Lancaster, BUYER OF Former United States Senator Jas. W. B. aro only n sample of our harness nnd accompa- John Richardson sold two suckling goods. You'll llnd B. McCreary, of IUclm.ond, Brou., of Garrard, at All Kinds of Farm Produce all kinds of horse to Pence nied by beveral of his lieutenants, mules tho latter Just as good as tho whips Tom $32.50 each. Stanford Branch T. K. Tuaor, M'fl'r. in price. Shellon M. Saufley. ot Stanford; v wc ADC DAVINR TODAY FOR! and equally modorato Rev. Penco Bryant preached Satur-lnD. Miller and Tom PIckels, Smith, A. A Huts Stanford, Ky. nnd Sunday to good crowds. J. C. McCLARY, r niMimnnil. arrived today to visit 10-piotracted meeting will begin at the Springers big state show. Senator the jc tho Bccond bunaay m Turkcj who is one of the candidates Baptist church ..1-o- C nop Ih for October. nomination for tho Democratic per lb Mr. T. J. Shaw has been Jll with a Roosters, governor, is making an active canvass Hides per id WA.rl' politician had boll for a week. Feathers for the honor. The veteran Mr. Henry niankonslilp Is some bet- Ginseng, per lb to nlmost overy i! 4- .?!i-- l 15 personally known Yellow Hoot, per 10 brought this tor. Mrs. KIdd Is better. In tho fctate. and oler pmong Miss HeUlo nigsby. of Cedar Creek, UME AND 8ALT FOR SALE OR IN mcomplisl-men- t into good play EXCHANGE FOR HRODUCE. He was given was vlsltng Miss Lllll0 Ballard. Phone 153 the crowd at the fair. wedding here soon, so We can please you. and Another hl a vara welcome bymany n lends interested dame rumor tells us. vqts the center of OrchJ. G. Riddle Mr. John Anderson, of Crab during the da. groups ard, visited friends here. iortnm. J. J. Thompson ana nayCRAB ORCHARD, KY. APPALACHIAN EXPOSITION. Garrard, were visiting is. sism den Leavel!. of KN'OXVILLK, enjn. Buyer of DRIVEN FROM HOME Mrs. J. M. Cress. 12th to October 12th. ot farm proauoo anu um Sept. young lady has arrivcu All kinds Exposition. A handsome by fire's fierce ravages, what a com today for: Visit the Appalachian ,Y,..v hor home with Mr. and Mrs. paying rates are a to 10c fort to the family to know their flro Tickets at low round trip Sweeney neighbor- - nn ,.. 19c Knoxville. Tonn, v a J. F, Thompson, of insurance policy will provide them on sale daily to up to hood. 11 to U re- Hnrlnccrs QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE with another. Have us Issue you W. H. Brown and wlfo have Just Ask ticket 6 t0 6 and including Oct. . 2th. you will be protect one, to bis uncle, Dan Roasters or write W. A. turned from a visit u 10 i- - ed intoday, so that disaster happens to Turkeys agent for partlcula-scase such a Brown, of Missouri. Their daughter. O. ?l0-8be- Ducks Beckler. O. P A.. Cincinnati, Miss Hollle, will spend a month C to 7c you, It's worth the cost Just to know ii.i... fore returning home. 15 to 43c vou are Drotected. Flro Insuranco Encampment, G. A. B., Notional MMt. Flour. Shin Stuff and Chick 6aves you from worry as well as ruin. PUBLIC SALE. sold at rote en Feed for sale or In exchange) for Kound trip tickets will bo W. S. FISH 16. 17 18 and on Sat- Produce. ot 124X5. Sept. 15. 1910. PHONE 200 In the town of Crab Orchard STANFORD, KY. Phono 20. returning until Sept. 29. gowl 1st. 1910, I will offer & CRESCENT route urday, October Waiho QUEEN Price k t,cket for salo at public outcry the Dr. HOMESEEKERS FARES Irom JuncUon City, Ky. or wr Ite. . stororom and lot near the depot at LOW ROUND-TRI- P lu ient for full paiUcularo, O. 1:30 p. in. neckler, G. P. A.. Cincinnati, cash and tho reWest, Southwest and Northwest Terms One-hal- f The VIA mainder In one and two years. WHEN MERIT WINS CHANDLER. 2 TRAINSTODAILY J. P. 2 TRAINSTODAILY 2 you tako cures When the medicineyour system and Your kidneys may be of long standtoes up or aouto WITHOUT CHANGE. ing. It may bo either WITHOUT CHANCE, Is you chronic, but whatever It you Foley's get to Kidnoy Remedy will aid more vigorous Third Tickets on Salo First and uav Tuesdays In each Sayacile. headJhe. rid of it quickly and restore your "" " Month. Return Limit as m 7 "One bottle vigor tu Bleep. natural health and Reiucdy mado me ...r r r.... ..j c.ri.i ni,i. Raul. Ain.aem.nU.t ,mi oC Foley's Kidney View, u . ........-- , T . ,..,M . LA. . nrtlBVTY.t.M. KV. J.T UARUNKK. U.r.A.. well." said J. Slbbull of Grand s taking U now. - Wis. Commenco dKmrana Tanand Tanner. ln-nlngt- .Misses Mary nnd Lucy Pettus are of attending school at Richmond. ing Mrs, T. J. Durham and children, of White's Mill, have been visiting her 12.750. parents fit Wasloto. Misses Bessie and Jennle Smith, or White's Mill, are visiting relatives in Cell and Whitley. Mr. and Mrs. Fado Parks visited Mrs. D. G. Ross, of Garrard. Mrs. Addle Cummins and daughter, of Kansas City, are visiter relatives ever saw and we have sold- - shoes, for 25 years. They fit and feel Veterinary Surgeon and dentist. an horse and animal Specialist like Sundav Shoes. Thev wear Phone Stanford, disease. 29t". Ticket Aflnt, like iron shoes, they turn water like Livery: kinds Junction Cl'y nlture packing. ruDDersnoes. jjsy.ou ior a Stanford, top, $10;forl5-inc- h Tjop; $8.75 for For Sale Nice residence on top. Look at them whether mrt the frontage Stanford, r. ttreet nrt ana e,tntl lot large enough for another at you buy or not. Xou never saw one necessary outbuildings. thrlr itrt, lot inter 1Ik v,. ;' repair. Price trnally Everything prnt. better. "MBNZIE8 SHOE," anothHe. Hughes, bargain, see J. J. er Pennant Winner; a soft, tough, palntlnr .. uu.k.n.in. .ttAhiivrr trlnimlnr Trv rcOTrd curtalnj leather: take our word for it. Writ just one pair. You can't be hurt; 'FhooNo.ISJ $3.50 to $7.DO. Tnese two lines are LtX N. TIME THBLE really the best things ever sold r. k. J, u. No.M,lorth,4iOA. r. here. Sold only ;by n. Phone 114. JOHN COOK on Ky. 194 Ky. WILL ADAMS of hauling, all Fur- - o-m- ca Ky. Phone 173. Main MASONS' MEETING. 9-in- ch In Ky,. build- All I Lincoln Uxl No. 80. on A. M. will ck communication In 1:80 Monday nlgbti olcacb month, man-fortthird hall on main o'clock tn Ky. Mcmbori ot T. Inyllwl to be l, jos. met, - ,.t. f G. L. Tenny j McRoberts. R. H. Cofley ! E. R, Coleman cat-Lnl- 1 1 Ice Cream Soda Water Fhosphates Grape Juice And a Large List ofGenuine Thirst Quenchers At PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Btanford, Kentucky. s' H. B. Northcott. 0c 11 -1 rnr W&Ittl3Bl3B&BaB& r&3& J, L.Beazley&Co., f Wr As Furniture and Undertaking. Day rhono 28. Night rhono 133. tribbjle. Stanford, KcnturHy, en. Undertakers and Embalm Also Dealers In Fur nltnro Kfaltlrlfra Ttllim. TVlBT will exchange Furniture for all Kinds oi Stock. Give Them a Call. Prices Right. 2 CONCRETING ot con" Waarelnpodtlontodoallklnd. aretlng, lucli a. Mock Work. J'aTemenU and. In (act, we can make any thing Iroiu a hoa. down to a fence Doit. We can aerre yoo promptly and, guarantee nnt-clawon anu material, jmii auu cei oar pnev. before you buy your material at leait. i. 2 c.ha STANFORD. - KENTUCKY Harry Jacobs, I)ealer In and Manufacturer of PHILLIPS BROS.," Stanford, Ky, - Nlnrblo and Granite MonuMarker, and I'ojti Va.es and Helteei. Kinney, Ky. ments) Offlc ,(Vmterr nnd Law uud wurki, Mo When Hungry Sea MM&gr&Fi ST. LOUIS ..-..,- ,.. I St. Louis hlf2S rn iSftf&SSL Shu-gar- OHIO VALLEY EXPOSITION OO TO Aug. 29 Sept. 24, 1910. Carson's llestaurant Ineatter, Btreet A magnlllccnt pnrndo will tako Htnnford. K. Meals served at all bours up to U:M.r. it, 3 hours lo pass n Riven point will lleit place lu wn for a good qulok mark the opening of tlio Ohio Valloy nival. Exposition, Aug. 29th 1910. Special Oooklug to suit our customers our spealalty- O., via tho Hplendld new line of fancy low rates to Cincinnati, Q. & C. routo havo been placed In Groceries. effect. Ask ticket agent for particu- Uot OolTee, Handwlabes, ples,Dutter milk; and sweet milk, etc., at all times. lars. W, A. Beckler, dencral lessen-ge- r Agtot, Cincinnati, O. JUT. tV. A. CAR SON. Plp. KK1DAY, SKIT 16, 1310. THE STANFORD. KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. 5: New Silks Wc have just placed on sale a beautiful line of Persian, Plaid, and Persian and Plaid Combination Silks for new Fall waists. Price $1.00 to$1.75 per yard. New Dress Goods AH CO New Bags. Of Course We Are Not Proposing shades In Exccls'or Broadcloth, so popular Inches wide, at $1. x for Fall Ehracfcfc. i . That you take all wc say In blind fath. In fact we prefer that you We have all the new and desirable styles in Ladies' Hand Bags 60c make the most rigid comparison of our merchandise with that of to $1.1,0. orhcr stores. We believe the more you compare, the surer wc are Sec one cxCa large bag for 50c to get your business. Outing Flannels. Wc open the season with all solid colors at 10c. Extra Special in SOLID WHITE OUTING at 8c. Fancy Light and Dark Checks 0 Mc. SEVERANCE & SON, Mrs. J. 8. Rico Is lslUng her mothIn Cave City tore. Mr. and Mrs. J. II Uaughmau attended the Knoxvllle fair this week. PERSONAL NOTES Rev R. D. Mahony, of Allen county, MIm Jane Walker, of Uarrard, Is returned borne Inst night. Mrs Will Oluos from Shelby City, the mini c( bcr aunt, Mrs. J. C. Ilajs. for Ilattlo Creek, Mrs. Nccly Btone U vlslUng Mrt. left Wednesday Mlcb., where she will spend two O. R. Hardin at Dellotue, Ky. Mrs. Woods Walker, ol Paint Lick, w eeks. Messrs. "Took" Hubble and Clartislted Mrs. J. C. Hoys hero this week. Mr. Mack Rankin, of rittaburc. Pa., ence Tat are attending the state fair U ilnltlng hl father, Mr. William this week. Mrr. Will Rlifc of Huttonville, and Itankln, on Lancaster direct. Mr. and Mrs. George Wearen spen boby visited her mother, Mrs. Jessie Stag bore this week. todar In Richmond. Mr aiid Mrs. J H. Foster are enterMrs. W. K. Wearen and little son taining ajolly house party nt tho are Tlsltng relatives In tancaster. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Druco ruxre gone pretty home In the country. Mints Susie Coolcy and Mangle to Rattle Creek, Mlcb. Mlts Racbcl Allison lilt on Wed- Hebord are visiting relatives In nesday, ond other for Lexington Kted (lainett Is (ulto III and W. . point. Mrs. R. M. Ncwland and little Bullock, of Lebanon, Is working at tbe daughter, Dorothy Hunan, are Kueta depot In his place. Mrs. Rodman Keenon, of Harrods ol the former's mother, Mrs Bikln, lu burg, and Miss Frances Adams spent Louisville. Mrs. L. D, Hilton spent Thursday Thursday at the state fair. Postmaster J f Florence attendwith relatives In Ilrodhcad. Mrs. J. II. Paxton and Master Jan. ed the State Postmasters' Convention Paxton spent Wednesday with Mrs. at Louisville this week. and chilMr. and Mm. Hume Piuton's parents, Mr and Mrs. A. C dren, of Louisville, will arrive this Robinson, at Lancaster In their touring car and will Mr. and Mrs. John Rail attended lb b the gutata ot Mr. and Mrs. J. II. mk, Etalo, fair this Mrs. John II. woner and .mim btena Baughnian while here. .Mr, James .1 Eads has returned Halts are the guests of Mrs. JamrJ from ,i pleasant visit to bis daughter, Mersnon at ijeoanon junction. Rankin In Wayne county. Miss Mary Hackley left yesterday Mrr. will He also attended the Montlcello fair here she for Chaso City, Va, teach art In Southstde Institute the while away. Mr. Harry J. McMulltn, of Lebanon, ensuing year. Misses Nellie Wilson and Rachel who taught school In the Stanford will preach at Hill attended the exposition at Cin- high school, Is here and church both morning rn-sb- ) terlan the cinnati this week. Sunday. Mra. Hattle Orr and daughter, Miss apd evening on next been Mr Has Foster Is entertaining a Lottie Orr, of Codington, hav0 counguests of the former's brother, Mr W bouse party at his home In the Ullah try, onsUlliiR of Misses O. Breed. Frances Thomas P. Bright left yesterday for llonkh Nuchols. ot Plnollle. Shelby Cooper, of this city, and Mr. ot Virginia at Uii University whore ho will enter school Tost, of New1 Tioric. . ...... ...III! nnfiirlnlll- with nn ....v..".Ills father accompanied him. Hfty-seve- n .ir. rosier young Informal dance at th0 opera house, toyears ago, Oct 1, Uio of the man's grandfather matriculated at this night In honor of tl.o members Stanford, Kentucky. Oct ,., There li a ters, special new line of 2Jc box paTftluci at reonj'i Drug er -- it Ft"1". May-woo- r .t Inn ,f 'CT Char-lottsvill- -- --- school. parly. jjz Y I K- -- Blts.SMBBBBk - .7 "$j'Wi j.'Wjk W' J'' I IX The tax books for 1910 oro now Cohum's Minstrels gavo it Delinquent school taxes not paid by 1, will bo advertised. L. It. ready. Settle now and avoid the rush show to a big audience at Itea:,?.-- . and confusion ot walUng unUl tbe laet Hughes, treasurer, hoiue Thursday night. Tbisv 1st tv V, L. McCarty, Sheriff. day. of the hlgbvcst class mlustrs J. J. Moser sold" his farm of 138 . Lost, ladles' coat on Lancaster pike. acres neor Turnersvllle to a Mr. SanW. F. Dlshon sold his farm dusky of Wayne county, at $100 an Return to this office and receive reward. section to J. N. Vjattvci. Acre. Mrs. Marvin H Adams Is vlsiUng For Sale-- The house on East Main The price was not made nubhi. . i Frank Smith sold his 85 acre farm her mother, Mrs. Newland while Mr. In tho West End to a Virginia party street known as the Pennington said to have been a good. Adams Is looking for a home In Lex for $2,900. This Is known aa tbe old place. Apply to T. W. Pennington. J. D. WhJtehouse bougBr basis: Jv kv ington, where be has recently moved Woolfolk Glvens place. J. D. Bailee his fine farm uss- for .a go In business. from Danville to For Bale Fine black road mare, 4 vllle, The son of Mr. and at $150 an acre. It cemUam. U. Lincoln county sent a big delegation uis old, standard registered. A. B. .Mrs. J. W. Uracke'tt died Friday or acres. Fair at Louisville. Among to the State Brown, Danville. Pux. They have much sympathy in those attended were Col. J. P. Chand Mrs. Jacob Wllmert, Llocsta their bereavement. Mr. W. L. Adams tells the I. J. that ler, Col. J. W. Guest, B. F. Rout, Dr. I . he has bought Uws old W. A. Carson found her way back to pcrfecS Shs Moses, tho three and a half year 1 W. Pennington, M.r and Mrs. C. W. She writes: "I suffered wlUtBuU,. I.oell, John KnRlcman, John Haugli, old son of Mr. and Mrs. George Coffey, home place at Crab Orchard and will trouble nnd backache and sn . A Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Shugars, Mr nnd dlM nt llielr home near King's Moun- soon move there vlth his family to petite was very poor at times. Jt. s . Mrs. James Woods, Mr and Mrs. W tain Thursday of membraneous croup. make bis ihome. weeks ago I got Foley't, Kidnry fc , 11. Curtis, Sterling Curtis J M. Rey- He was burled Friday afternoon after Rev'W. C. Crlnstead, of Falmouth, and gne them a fnJr irhi n- .1 nolds Mrs. R. K. Oalnes and daughter, services at tho Highland Methodist ...ill imutu -- ... Aicmoaist church ' gave me ureal mlir. .n w "... hi mo Miss (lertnide Gaines, Mack Lawson, church. Sunday morning. until now and 1 nm. again In nta&i j . Ul... ........ health." onuKurg ana ranner Judgo J. W. Alcorn Dr. Edward Alplay, "Diamonds The home-talen- t Adams, Albert and and corn, Charles Hearts" played to a nice crowd George Spoonamoro, Dr nnd Mrs. W Monday night. About $50 was realiz F. Hlckle, Tom Newland, Jr, Tom untl ed to go toward helping maintain tho n n. Carter. M. S Airrori 1'wirn. Rowland mission. Baugbmun and Misses Sara and J2Ha R R. Noel, ColporterTniblei, of all D. Eads and Misses iwth Daughman, J. Eads, Miss Marl Mahony, Dr. L. J grades, testaments and a good supply ot religious literature. Agent also for Ilrown. Stops railing Hair An Elegant Drcmfiritf Western Recorder and Mission JourDcatroya Dandruff LOCAL NEWS SHORT 1 have nals. taken rooms with Mrs. TiuKca GW Ine JlCnts: Cjyccrin. th-SW.MoiO.MriW- -. Huff Orphlngton cocl.erels for fale Leila Cook on East Main street, en63-street, and will be trance on Cut-of- f C. C. Withers. pleased to wait on my friends at any .i! Nice lot of center tables Just receiv t.me. R. R. Noel. w v. IJOirrAaT. IamI fu. ed. W. A. Trlbble. Ed Wilkinson has returned from Good, eight room house, bis vacation spent In tbe north. He For Sale vlMtd Battle Creek, Petoskey, Mack- m with lot and garden and nil necessary en outbuildings. Also coal bins and inac Island and hod fine flsbing, and no one enjoys that more than he. store building with good Btock of W. W. White, the Country Store Terms reasonable. Call or goods. write to Mrs. J. C. Napier, Rowland. merchant went Into involuntary banks ruptcy today and Referee J. N, Ky., for particulars. Is In charge of the store. The Tobacco growers will Ilnd coke on stock of goods Invoiced at $3,500 and i.ini fun! for drvinc tobacco. Write" St. White's liabilities will amount to L. or phone us. Danville (Ky ) Gas Light about $3,000,18 said. His many 55"- Company. friends hope he will soon be on bis Mr. J. L7leai?ey"htiB a cow that feet ngaln. has yielded 35 pounds of butter at tbo The Danville Advocate says that creamery for the month of August, County Attorney W. S. Burch, of this pa)lnq him $8.75, besides tho milk he city, is one of tho prominent lawyers used at home. of tbo 13th judicial district, being Mc.Mullln will preach mentioned as a Democratic candidate Rev. Robert at tho Presbyterian church next Sun for circuit Judgo next year. Commonwealth's Attorney C A. Hardin Is be 1 day at 11 n. ru. and 7:30 p. in. ing urged by his friends all over tho. Lost Plain gold bracelet, neward niBirici io mane uio racu una n is ui-for ruturn to this ofllco. Ileved ho will do to. 1 r 4 are Constipation and Indigestion The Woman's Improvement Club They kill people Inch by Inch, met twins. at the Ilaptlst church on Wednes bod life away every day. Holllstcra Tea removes the day afternoon, tho jogular meeting Rocky Mountain cause; drives tho dlseaso away. 35c time and quite a number ot the memToil or Tablets. Shugars and Tanner. bers were present Much was planhn W. ned for tho bottermont of the town Tho cltyumTl'ofoctPd-JoCRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY Stono n city nwesbor tor this your. nnd nlo bublness matters were atCounty Assessor Popples bus gone to tended to. Mrs. P. M. McltobertB rework and Is belug assisted by hU dep signing as secretary, Mr S M. Suuf ley was choson to fill the vauuuy. uty, Joo Embry. Bauglvnan sold to M I). Lost PockcTbook "containing $2 In Harry C. aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaanaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa:r nimor.. hid two story stororoom on caih nnd other nrticlos. Finder may by Ke'p mono if will return pocketbook. L. R. Hughea T. V. Humble W. O. Martin Main Btieet, recently occuplod This office. Goldstoln for $2,000. Postmaster J C Florence Is tho State Postmasters' convention at lx)ulsvlllf. Mrs. Charles Keeton, of Williamsburg, nee Miss Ueorgla Lewis, and Miss Keeton, are the guests ot Mr and Mrs. W. II. Hlgglns today. ssb'. 57-2- 1 d - d r ..!. a Does not Color "". tie AYER'S HAIR VIGOR M "i nair 4 WWmSiik DON'T SZ&'TtS! EOTMENI ' San-aer- Buy the boy a pair 0 GOOD SHOES FOR BAD BOYS They are not bad for good boys W. E. PERKINS, U 1 I I fi BlBHBf' VT VST I HMr r . mmm $!$ f& & $ e'&scK e$$ 9 $ & oo o New Line Of Novelties 1 ' fe.. BW BBH iW Convrlt hi iibi y i W Get Acquainted Now you have not been wearing 1 D MM h Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothes o o o o 0 B aHHHHIIIIIIIB It Is pretty certain that you have thought about the matter at some to get actime or ortlier, and you will never have a better chance quainted with the best in men's clothes than right now, at thisstore Q Why buy something "Just as Good" when the genuine costs you NO M)RE. FARMEIW THINK OF THIS! All grain deposited tho sauio depth. This hoe travels tho Fiuno depth nu tho disc. No looc dirt can fall into tbe furrow until nfrcr tho teed is pepositcd. No seed ever comes iu cdu'aot ilh tho dUo. Come in nnd look ut it. all size& line of hand-bagand prices; from 50c to $5. Call and see us before buying: s, We have just received a new line of pretty, Aunovelties in Neck-weato Scarf s.large, brilliant hat pins, Jabots, patent leather and Persian belts in handsome colors. Also beautiful up-to-da- te r, HUGHES, MARTIN & CO. Cummins & Wearen, W. H. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. HIGC1NS, Stanford, Kentucky. .iOOOOOOOr00 Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes g L STANFORD, KENTUCKY mim tjyfcawwMW''""' " i t in ifc t - iaVr ii h misusisi miin U- - m -- Till nn - h-,- THE STANFORD. KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. A A FRIJMT, SKIT, 1, ltlO. Cwd Painter with Poer Paint ffU Peer RmhIU Poor Painter with Giod Paint gets Better Results $SM SmMc Uf Htm Stake tm1 UBr Sb w J. H. KENNEDY, KENTUCKY Wlll be Glad to Serve any of his Lincoln County al RICHMOND, But a good painter with Hanna's Green Seal Painl can produce results in every way satisfactory. GREEN SEAL PAINT will go further, wear longer, look better, and actually save the consumer 15 to 25 on a job of painting. TOR ALC T L. L. SANDERS, G. B. Crab Orchard, and the Ate.tklfl in .ewiaeWcn-,wKfjejv 'J5XBslUe, atiXwWVHl, tember IM OetoVar 11. itlMi bV.the ' decision at to woo own the greatest d saddle bone Is America. fjlre-galtchas Tieen made possible "bJT'the llborallty of some of Knoxvtlle'a pro I gresslve business men In offering $S00 In cash aa a purao for auch a claia ol hones. I The hone show will undoubtedly be tho greatest social feature during the ' exposition, and the Introduction ol . this additional feature has mado It moro outstanding than eTer. This ( class In Itself will bo worth traveling many miles to see, for It will bring together In one competition the great' est collection of registered American ! saddle horses that has ever ben seen Te,' .. , Friends and qualntances. REPRESENTING Ac- - PETER BURGHA RD, OF LOUISVILLE, AT WILL -- BE GLAD TO EXHIBIT DESIGNS OF MONUMENTS PRICES. ALL WORK GUARANTEED REASONABLC TO GIVE SATISFACTION tlK Cincoln County national Bank Of Stanford, KcMncKy. PRUITT, Moreland, SEE ME About That New Suit. '"''"iB aBumuM i - " - BummuM Just Received a Big Line. w IA1 X HHHUHsMbsI A' BODY BUILDER rOR THEE $ELLS M2 TISSUES 5 L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky. 2 m Pyrotechnic Futures Will.B MagiificMtU Pain's 1 A POWERFUL STRENGTH rHODUC-1H- 0 RECONSTRUCTION TONIC fOK THE BLOOD AND NERVOUS SYSTEM. A BsHle Purchased Tedsy Slsrts Ten Bight en the Reid lo Health. Guaranteed to Give Satis- Fys wpsia (aa ttt t ir I tf c faction or Money Refunded. PENNY'S SOLD BY DRUG STORE. "aula In the Clsude? tie Feature of the Appalachian ' -' v Ug .dig. Arnica Salve, their quickest cure. .a.d .Dolls, keshilts in the xure Even tho worst'healed ulcers, or fever I by it Dest for Th pyrobechBlfiBtura tren ieo e s complaint as sores are soon yttecfclan ExaKtoa, In KwrtUvglM lndlg. Jtlon Wl. is required U burns. Cuts, Uralses, Sore Lips. Chapt relieve but ped hands, Chilblains and Piles. It TVnn., September 13 to octooer u. oaeUtlnr u it .wl not inly 1 ne the digestive riU be Important Gnat dlanlays ol snuen win t i agali do tn Awork normally. gives instant relief. 25 cents at Penv 1 jppuatus peerleaa pjrotechnle presenta- jj u , alia e re "Edles cannot do. ny's Dtub Store, Cla's mighty In their brilliancy, will' There: W imet fur ore to the cure ; ?. - I2L iw,?eAentaf $ given every nlrht dortag the flret Some typewriter advantages areek of the exposition. The culmlna- - mn, dlcej' ,e to redleits will not core which, when investigated, ie basis ting feature, however, comes the sec pennrnentl elascl :uIat.on. of indigestion 1 bo and that reinevitably lead to the selection efed week of the exposition, when the(utrea a aclentlflc laxative. We know Clouds," a wonderful C no remedy that combines these re- the of the Smith Premier day with aerial m1iu-"- im ByrUT, Pepilnbetter than Dr. n'Caldwell's atory .j Xor whlcn RcBumbte sad IntatLuftakU ?.ua,?-eoceJturr- rlll be presented. Pliteof Dr- - f Syrup Ptpsln Is a laxa- I "The Battle In the riniM.' is now, tlve tonj a gclenUflc blendlmj of nat Rerenblo Tabulator Rack i elag presented nightly in the lm ural lngredlenu for the cure of con- Ball Bearing Carriage Complete Control from Keyboard f2S5&t.MSSi Sffifil? cSSK mense new amphitheater at LuDa Simp)e Stencil Cutting Denes rialnts. its ingredients will so strengthen Park; Cleveland. Drop Forged Type Bail and bowel muscle. Fully three nundrea people paruci tn tMe the stomach d0 lhelf work that ihty wlll agaln Perfect Line Lock pate In the stirring episodes, battles urally. and when that ,. been has Bichrome Ribboo. UnilormTouth and of this big exhibition ' rl.shed Jreub. jver.ann,. Dili Bearing Type Bar ijk ucouuiui .iufu rQinuiauuu ui rMixer.r. a was u. TUCK, lilackburn. Column Finder end Patagrapbtr mo., hey both found their Decimal Tabulator the city of science together with the with ana 1 remedy. They became cure this Perfect Elating FaciGaea airships occupies the entire Infield ol that pflj and tablets, salts, "dysInterchangeable Carriacea pepsia cures." etc.. tvero at best only the race track. temporary reliefs. Tiiey first accepted Right sad Left Carriage RelaaM The fascinating and thrilling mid- Pr. Caldwell's cnr of a free sample botXereri summer" nlgnt shows of tho famous tle, which he willing)? rends to anyone Swinging Marginal Rack years been who forwards name and address. Later, Pain have for twenty-seveVBible Writing. Protected Rlbon havlnir convinced themrelves through the the one big night attraction at the free sample, they bought Syrup Pepsin Ceai.Dii'en Carnages Pubboa Controlled from Keyboard faahlonable, Manhattan beach. New of their druggist at fifty cents and one dollar a bottle. Variable and Universal Line Spacer Dr. Caldwell personally wlll be pleased York, and also for the same length ol you any medical ndvlce you may Perfect Dint Guard time at Alexandria Palace, London. to eivefor yourself or family pertaining to desire Back Space LeTct The production to be given at expos! the stomach, liver or bowels absolutely Carnage Retardcr tlon wlll surpass anything ever Been Improved Marginal Stopt la an open air amusement line In the For the free sample simply send youi Escapement, Speediest ever name and addreis on a postal card or country. otherwise. For either requett devised spectator will see before him address Is Dr. W. II. Caldwell, the doctor's RSOOCaJd-wsThe building-- . Montlcello. 111. In the great amphitheater a mimic Complete, Straight Line city of the period A. D. 2000, with its Keyboard and THE BEST OFFER EVER MADE palaces, temples, triumphal arches, A Key for Every Character. wireless telegraph stastlons knows as Efsftlon. sWnr m 'liTeewres are ot the Ah- t arc l I it .peppermint 'dyspepsia ion. are yttk-- t AN AWFUL ERUPTION of a volcano excites brief Interest, and your Interest In skin eruptions will be as short if you use Ducklens ,4 1 : CAPITAL $ 60.000.00 $ 0,000.00 SURPLUS $310,000.00 never been fortunate enough to wit RESOURCES W. M. BRIGHT, CASHIER, nesa such a magnificent display ol S. H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT horses, trying for the HAYS FOSTER. CLERK. American championship, It will b a DIFtEOTORSl Dost Interesting sight. The stipulations for this class are W. O. Walker, Stanford; S. H. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Cartcr,8Un(ord as follows: To be known aa the John B. Foster, Stanford; W. II. Shanks, Stanford; T. 0. Ban-kiMen's Knoxvllla Duslness Saddle Lancaster; J. B. Pax ton, Stanford; W. II. Trajlor, Horse stake: purse 1500. For Gilberts Creek; R, L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. mares or geldings, any age. To H. Cummins, Preachcrsville; Ltlburn be shows' under saddle and must go Gooch, GilberU Greek. five distinct gaits, vis.: First, walk; second, trot; third, canter; fourth, rack; fifth, either running walk, foi trot or slbw pace. Must be registered in the American Saddle Horse BreedSTANFORD, KENTUCKY ers' association. The winner ot this class wilt not be allowed to show In ORGANIZED IN 1882. CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. the Ave galled claso, which will be held on the last night of the horse SURPLUS EARNED, $22,000. show. HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216,500 G per cent of purse. Entrance fee, Combine Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety Entries for this class close September Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers. We Solicit Your Account. 1. Purse divided aa follows: First, 'hlrty per cent: second, twenty-flOFFICERS. DIRECTORS. per cent: third, twenty per cent; per cent; fifth, ten pet F. Reid. . 11. Baachman, fourth, fifteen S. Hoclcer, President;, M D. Elmore. cent Eight entries to fill. J. II. Fellas, S. T.lHarris, H. C. Baughmsn, J F. Cummlni, II. C. Uaughman, Cashier. LIVE STOCK PREMIUMS. S, T. Harris, no. C. Robinson, W. W. Saunders, Ind. Bookkeeper E. C. Walton, J. S. Hoeker. The committee in charge of the J. R. Harris. Bookkeeper W. H. Murphy. live atock exhibits for the AppalachExposition at Knoxvllle, Tenn., ian 8pL 12 to Oct 12, announces $11,000 in prises and premiums, besides special cups, which are being offered. Make jour home as modem for jour family as a ice, MIL FARMER: From all Indications and lnijulriea, it residence, and place joursclf in a position to get the latest market quotations la safe to say that the capacity of the at any time. This can bo accomplished by means of our telephone service .barns which have been ordered erect- which you and jour neighbors can get for a sura that is small compared with ed, will not be half sufficient for what coming, and that they will have to the benefits received. Call or address our nearest office or write direct to la teadquarters, Nashville, Tenn., for information regarding our special "Fartie Increased. Everybody from everywhere seems mers' Line" rate. If jou are not at present enjoying telephone service, we to be talking about the Exposition. Is can immediately interest you. Our lines cover the States of Kentucky, the report the Live Stock Committee Tennessee, Mississippi, Louisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana and EAST TENNESSEE TEL. A TEL. CO. Bakes. Illinois. uPOronATD much-covetd n, atal-Iron- FIRST NATIONAL BANK, v Oil 1 mi r j Ch RURAL TELEPHONES. anl Bti rati of otbl 1 ACfc i. f.i. 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THE STANFORD, KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. 7. r( 1 appeal tWBtag ta you," satd the wobmb, ta Laagferd, "send tack the raw men. A taemeat rim I Iltt. At a word from me ha would bare thrown yen tram him and brokea your back. B goa areas. Tou mutt And thla Baa ahall lira ma a hearlag. Tou ara safe (ram him, I pramlia wild ge-uef society, if I may ttand for the ie threw up his hands ta athla," "that It haa come to pat me where I was, that can give me world aa your companion hat aald, I "UaaamT" "Aad he taught me something, Mr. back that I hare lost" eaa only express my reverence for you "Andystlt was, bat yea shall hare "Yea," returned the other, "I Whlttaker." said the woman. "He "Kate, Katel" cried Langford, "roa and my homage to you In this way " and tha whale wretched story com"Madam," said the lieutenant He stepped nearer to her, he telted 'gave me back my faith In manhood you shall Judge. This much I will mander, flushing deeply and bowing la don't understand!" (which you" she swept Langford "I underaUnd too well. Why conher band. He was aa say, that though all that he said waa hit turn. He had taken off his cap quixotic tort of a .with a bitter glance "had destroyed. yet I bold myself blameless and at her first word. "I beg your pardon, tinue the sorry atory? Mr Whlttaker, humble-mindetrue, my faith la I that Inaoesat The world Judges me I hare beard something of your atory." and you that ara men beyond,sweet- sailor, If you wilt, for before anybody lie gare me back,me think, things. And many hare wives and children and realised what he was about be beat Ood He tattght harshly, and it may be that you wilt He wai rery much embarrassed. It you." hearts, that hare been taught to lore his bead tow orer it and kissed It And when two days ago an earmquaae dup Judgment Just Yet I do not waa Langford who took up tbo tale. find What might hart been tha reiult of hold Ita tho care I call Ood, to bellere in htm, and to obserre the aallors behind blm and the ma- led me within myself as on trial at this moment you know to much, Mr. Whlt"Since s thla appeal can nerer ba determined, but you." hts taws, that hare submitted rines in rank broke Into a hearty my home, and he tore the rocka asun taker, you may as well hear the rest for at that moment a new factor gladly to the conventions of so- cheer. der and freed me ana caugni mo m "I do not understand." tndoed, I am anxtous that tho world upon the aeene, a factor whoie "There, madam," tald Whlttaker, .hla arms, I knew that he had taught "There aro many things that you do should hear It Miss Drenton and I, cietyor If any be among you who pretence waa aa surprising and unex- not understand, my have outraged these and gone against "you haro the approbation of society me what lore was, and as ho con friend." we er did not bellere In marriage, them, taken the law Into your own for my pected aa it waa determinative. From act As for you, sir," ha fessed beforo you all that ho lored me, "1 would that I had been left In Igand we went away together." out to tea, yet near at hand, came a hands you will understand sooner or turned toward Langford, "I should bo ihat he did lore me. I will confess the Erery word was agony to Langford, muffled detonation, the roar of a norance." untrue to manhood If I did not say same, and say that I at least hare not "Nay, that la not a man'a wish, but who was a proud man; it was worse later what came to me. I discovered heary gun. Around one of the that there was nothing high or holy what you yoursolf hare said; that you Changed In this hour." a chlld'a." than agony to Katharine Drenton, who in this man's regard for me; thnt bo acted not only like a brute and a that rote on that aids of the "Knln. Kate'" cried Langford, "for "Of one thing I am certain." was a proud woman, and It waa worst persuaded himself that he believed as coward, but, sir, there awopt the wblto aides of when I look at the Ood's sake, think of what you say and "And what is that?" agony of all to the man of the another groat ship boalde which the I simply to get possession or me. i lady, I am constrained to add like a 'do!" "That I should bare killed him!" Dut Langford persisted. He did yacht. Imposing though the wai, waa realisation, alone fool." "Sir," said Whlttaker, turning to the "Nay," said tho woman again, "that not care how ho hurt himself. Indeed, awoke .to a dreaded a toy. It waa the woman who taw It Langford started forward, but the man of tho Island, "you are a rery with him on that yacht He was not Is not a child's wish, but a brute's." he rather luxuriated In tbo consciousfirst. kind to mo. Ho acted according to lieutenant checked him. fortunate man." "You said yourself," ho flashed at ness of his own pain It was part of bis lights." "Look!" ahe cried. "A ship of war, "Having said alt that, I must admit "Of all on earth," was the bitter an Ho realized that he Langford. that you hare conducted yourself slnco swer, "I cannot think there are any See, from her staff the Gag her, "that thoro wero aome things a bis expiation. a cruiser. "I will confess It," tald land la woman could not forglro, nnd this would hare to hurt Katharine, but per- "I was a brute to her. I drank; I ac- that time as a man of honor and as a more miserable than I." of the United States. Thla Is ono that a man puts In the tamo haps tho very keenness of her pain knowledged American. I claim it by right of that I had a wife; I eald gentleman. I hare no doubt that I "Did you learn nothing of his past would make ber realise her position, sho was In my power; I called ber your offer will be accepted; Lay but a hand upon this class," that tha Alias Drenton?- - asked Whlttaker. unThe woman sighed. There occurred and he wanted to win her, now that vllo names." man, and 1 will hare you banged for world will forglro you as It will ad- comfortably, unablo to answer this moment no answer which he had found her and seen her, more murder, Longford. They sen us there. to her at the There was a low growl, a muttered mire and respect your wife." strange yet natural assertion. "Could Tbotr glasses have searched tha shore. waa adequato to tho stark realism of than over. Nor was his passion a roar from tho men behind Whlttnkor. man of tho island, ,the man remember nothing?" "No!" Again ho was ashamed of Even Langford'e own men, In his own suddenly. cried the base one. Tboy bare seen this encounter That this fact Tho conrersatlon had reached "I learned a great deal," returned gun was a warning. A boat puta off. an Impasse beyond which It could not what ho had already said, so ha spoke pay, shrank back from him. Tho man He had kept silence, resolrcd to woman. "In the care which ho Thank Ood, we are tared from you'" progress without tho full and com- the mora frankly Ho gave no thought was frightfully pale, yet ho went on hear it all out without Interruption. Ho the made his home and which ho haa plete explanation which now tborewat at all to the other man, but It he had, resolutely, Whlttaker stilling the tu- had suffered as the miserable story had Things had transpired ercn aa she Blnce yielded up to me" glad to hurt him mult with upraised hand. eald. What the cruiser was doing In neither tlrno nor opportunity to give, ho would haro been had been unfolded to such an extent ; "Where Is this cave?" r was until be kilted him. for tho boat from the more that all that he bad gone through with "No ono," he cried, "can think thoso seas, bow happened she to bo "On tho other sldo of the Island. "Wo went on my yacht yonder three hatefully of a human being than I before seomed like child's play. thero wcro things as yet unknown, approaching tho shore. The woman Ho You shall sec It presently. I found a stepped resolutely down tho strand to years ago. I in short I behaved think of myself now. I have not but that sho was thero waa apparent had beard Langford's noblo confession, In It somo learned her philosophy; I haro learned his generous offer to repair his wrong, Bible. There was a date 8ho had approached the island from meet It, and tho man, after a slight like a bruto on it, I will admit" "I dlscorcrcd that he was a mar- another and a better In somo sort but without the appreciation of tt 30 years back and a name In It" the other side, and had sailed around hesitation, followed her. "What Is the name?" Bo soon as tho boat's keel grated on ried man," said the woman swiftly at of a way at least I know that I can which it. Her men bad obserrcd the encounthe circumstances and Its Intrin"John Ilavell Charnock." which seemed to tho bottom in tho shallow wator a this Juncture. She, too, would be nerer be happy until I have made her sic quality might haro eroked. He had ter on tho shore, ofasked Whlttaker. "Of Virginia?" officer roso from the stern frank. This grarc and middle-agehappy. I know that I lore her now beard the woman's defense, her splon-dibe between natlrcs and persons from middle-ageproeagerly. as I should have loved her then; the yacht, which was in plain rlew a sheets and stepped ashore followed ficer should hear all. "Ho hod Justification of her course, tho bitwhich, that I havo hunted these seas for her there was "I think so, although little farther out to sea, and the gun by a younger companion In tho uni- fessed his belief In thoso rlcws, Destiny,' without ceasing since she left me In ter repentance that had followed It, nothing but the name and the dato la had been fired to call attention to the form of a sergeant of marines. A If you haro read 'Fata and but without that appreciation of what Dlble." little tquad of prlratcs In tho bows you realise that I entertained." a drunken stupor one night." power of tho United Btates. Justification there was for her and the kthe The officer bowed. "I know Charnocks In Virginia. They "Left you how?" asked tho lieuten rnlue of her remorse which the ac This put nn entirely now face on landed and fell In lino with martial them ant commander. precision. The officer In "And hare you abandoned count should have brought to blm. He come from Nansemond county." the whole affair Matters were taken celerity and wore tho white tropic uninow?" ho asked. & obserred Whlttaker's prompt and f "It is a further confirmation," said of the parties to the charge, who "I am not qulto clear. I must hare out of the hands "Absolutely," was the Arm answer. descended rery low," said LJingioru. touching expression of confidence and "e woman. wun mo uioie mere quarrel The law had come to tho is- form of a lieutenant commander, now little sliver box containing a land. The islander did not, could not faced the people on the island who "I nra a Christian woman, thank Ood!" "I remember somo sort of a scene at reverence, but without understanding into two "Thank Ood, say I, too," continued supper, and when I awoko In the Its force and power. Indeed, he had ,fllnt and sleel Dy means of which know it, but his bsfflod antagonist had instlncttrely divided Bo did the groups, one on either side of him. Langford. "Yet I waa not altogether morning, or I didn't wake for six instinctive shrewdness enough to , "he turned to Langford "we lighted realised It Immediately. beacon which brought you hero realize that even though the sailors. th woman. At Langford's command, his To the right stood the man and be- a sham or a Ho. It waa true that I months, they found mo In the mornLang-foring with a fractured skull on tho cab-I- touched by the act of gallantry and . tnls morning." was a married man." men, much bewildered at tho acene hind htm the woman, to the loft back of him his crew. It was floor, and they took me back to the mored with pity for tho young woman I "It was my own eye caught tho aig-they bad witnessed, went back to The lieutenant commander flashed a adcontemptuous look at him at which United States. It was a year or more who stood there lovely in her sadness. nal." answered Langford. their boat. He himself presently fol- to tho latter that the officer first "Would Ood I had died ero I gave it Langford winced, but he went on. He before I could begin the search for had cheered, yet the world would be ' lowed after, and stood upon the dressed himself. "Sir," he began, "I am the execu-tir- was determined to make an absolute- hor," rery slow to the same expression.' ,up to her!" Interposed the man. atrand awaiting the approach of the officer of the United States ly clean breast of the wholo affair. "He said things to me that night," He saw that the woman was face ' cutter which had heary manf-wa- r "I insisted upon It. So soon as I ' been put away from the whlto cruis- cruiser Cheyenne, detached on special "It Is true I was a married man said the woman, "that no woman could to face with a crisis; that she .realized this man loved me, I told him this Island this but I was under the spell of Miss endure or forgive. He camo toward would either hare to accept or de- 1 had a story to tell. I knew tt would sorrlce. Wo er's side. morning, ran It down, circled It saw nnd of her me. I threw him from me with such cline Langford's offer to marry her at .bring sadness to his heart. I wanted eloquence Drcnton's "Man." sho eald, softly, "this is I the yacht yonder " force and violence I am a strong w- onee. beauty." jhlm to hear the voice of the world in what I had to tell you.H Ho paused. His heart was filled with bitter rage. ' comment upon my relation, and I well understand that," said omanthat he lay Bensoless In the He nodded, A hollow groan burst "I can my yacht, sir, the Southern ''It Is officer, gravely, as a matter of cabin. The motor launch had been He knew that he loved the woman; know he would find tt on yonder ship." from his lips. "My tho Cross," answered tho other got overboard for a trial and was that be never would love any person "I was happy." said the man. "to go course. "His mistress," he muttered, bro- name Is Langford." I got In It, drifted but the woman, but nevertheless tho on as we were. I should not hare kenly "I thought that marrlago meant noth- trailing astern. "Qlad to mcqt you, Mr. Langford. ran it ing, and that tho old tie might be dis- away, started the motor and brought resentment against fate which had lighted that Are." "I would not naro bad' you learn Mlno Is Whlttaker." , the gasoline was gone. I placed him in so awful a position, of "pray continue with your story, regarded. I hated the woman who until la this way, and now that you bare The lieutenant commander touched bore mr name, and so as Miss Drcn food and water from the cabin table whose malign purposes he had been Mlaa Drenton," said the lieutenant beard so much, you must hear more,' In tho boat, bearing the blind. Ignoble victim, cap as ho spoko. Langford lifted ton's disciple, as her dcrotce, for I I lived a week was so commander. "I am deeply Interested ahe went on, not sparing herself, bis by means of great that for tho time being his love jn jtt There Is a great Charnock es loved her. I will admit," she smiled southward all tho time though the might hare Justly resent-- his, and the two shook hands. a boat was In abeyance. "We saw," continued tho lieutenant drearily, "more than her philosophy, I a sail which I improvised from He pitted himself, Virginia which has been held the word She was doallng with waa ne loatnea LAngiora, ne was contemp- - tate In night there One for 30 years or more by the last sur more serious things than words now. commander, "what appeared to be proposed that we should trample upon cloak. tuousiy inainerent 10 mo worm, ana rlror of the ancient family, And I re hitter though they might be. 'That tomo tort of a' fracas with the natives, tho conventions she had taught me to for the moment he almost hated the member some romantic story connect hip, which is the ship of our country, and fired a gun to attract attention, bellere she despised, and go away towoman. The that ed with it too." atanda for law as his for license. I and Capt Ashby tent this boat party gether." he had that this was as ungrateful as ashore under my charge to do whatwaa more alnned against than sin"Dut you were not free," said the 'The silver box that inclosed tilt It waa unwarranted added to his . flint and steel," continued the woman. ning. When you bare beard all. then ever was necessary. Perhaps you can woman, "to enter upon such an underexplain how you came to bo em- taking." wretchedness and misery. I you ahall Judge-- . This la the test." "was marked 'J. R, C." Exploring the "No," he cried, "before any answer island I came upon the remains of a "Would Ood that it had oarer been broiled with the natives." "No, by heaven!" cried Whlttaker. Is made, let me speak!" "Sir," said the woman. And th6 boat, and any of you may examine it laid upon me," said the man, hoarseNow, this conrersatlon had been "Your pardon," said Whlttaker, Near the boat In yonder coppice there ly. "Would Ood that tha beacon had fact that she addressed him in hla own carried on with three auditors, or language, and with the cultured ac- groups of auditors, besides those par'may I ask who' you are?" were two skeletons, one of a woman not been lighted on the bill!" and tho "Nay," returned the woman, gently, cents of the welt-bre"Sir," returned the man, "as to who and the other of a dog. I excavated ticipating; Langford's yachtsmen, the caused the officer to start marines and seamen from the CheyI am and what I am, I do not know, the boat, found that It had belonged "that'a past praying for. Decision rests with you, but you must not pass violently "the Island Is mine." to the ship Nansemond of Virginia. I nor doea It greatly matter." enne, for the boat was against the Mr. Whlttaker turned and looked shore, and the man of the island. tt until you hare bekrd, tha whole "Your pardon again," retorted the have the atern pieces with the name atory The world holds me stained, deliberately at her. his surprise only Whlttaker first awoke to the sltua lieutenant commander, coolly, "but it painted on It in my care. I put the polluted, it may be said, but I equaled by his admiration. The tunic tlon. matters very much. Unless you have skeletons of the dog and the woman am not the sinner that it thinks me or that she wore was a rough garment, some right to interfere, I do not con- in the boat and filled It up again with "I beg your pardon," he said, "but and shapeless, but few vestments were would it not be better to continue this be portrays." cede that any suggestion from you in aand. There they He waiting Chris"You aald it was true," doggedly better calculated to set off her ex- conrersatlon prlratelyt" this crisis which seems ta conoern tian burial. The place where they The grace and quisite proportions. cried the man. these two people, this lady and this had died, the woman and her dog, I Langford. "I think so," returned Everything but beauty of ber figure, the nobility and carefully Inspected. "Yes, but not all true." gentleman, la at all in order." "No," said the man of the island, "And I had blm in my hands, and Intelligence of ber face took added addressing the lieutenant commander "Dut tt does concern me," returned metal, and most of that, had rusted luster from the contrast of the utterly for the tlrst time, "you and these men atltl he Urea." the man. Impatient of this checking, away, but I found two rings." Sho 's "Won't you hear mo!" pleaded the simple, natural and primitive. "for I love this woman myself, and she stretched forth her hand. "They are aro tho world. I want the story told glance fell upon a well nigh perwoman. has done me the honor to say that she here." She stripped them off. "One where all tho world may hear." The man shook her off and turned fect woman. The constraining influloved me. I had Intended to make of them Is a wedding ring. You see surprise at this remark Wblttaker'a away. The Tory Innocence which had ences of civilization had been so long was scarcely less than he had expeher my wife should Providence ever it Is marked." She read the markings That I Love Her Now, "I Know off, "J. It C. to M. P. T. September prevented bis understanding at first absent that nature had time and op- rienced when the woman addressed bring us to civilization again." I was portunity to reassert Ita claim. She tho charge made tt the more hideous "Had Intended!" exclaimed the wom- ' 10. 1S69. II. Cor. xli, 15. The verse of splendid, godlike a storm. At the height of it " modeled. Her him. Who was this Ho had was tall, exquisitely upon this island. The when comprehension came. an, under her breath, but no one no- Scripture to which reference la made form of man standing glooming by the thrown lored this woman with a lore, that bare arms might hare supplied those woman's side, a silent, eager listener "I hoped," said Langford. taking up ticed ber words, and the lieutenant is 'I will very gladly spend and bespent for you, though the more abunpassed the lore of man, for there bad missing from the Venus of Mllo: her to all that transpired? What had he the tale, "that that might be the case, spoke again. ' dantly I love you, the less I be loved.' not entered Into bis mind the faintest limbs, which the short tunic to ber to do with the question that he as- and with that end In view 'I hare "That being the case, some In- There waa a piece of sliver, also, landed formation aa to who you are and bow possibility that she could erer be or knees left exposed, were perfect In sumed this tone and manner of au- searched the Pacific. I hare erer hare been other than what she their symmetry and strength; her fest thority? The officer turned toward the upon many uncharted Islands. I bare you came here la the more evidently which bad evidently been part of a I dog's collar. seemed, a daughter of the goda in were such as those to which ancient woman. It too, was marked: explored othera little, if erer, visited, In order." ' Revell Charnock His Dog. July truth, in sweetness and In purity. And Oreece had bowed; her hands were quietly, "that the praying to God that she might be answer that" said the wom- 'John "I can "I think," said he And that was all." thla strange man had come from out shapely, graceful, yet strong: her dark alive, that I might And her and make an. "When I landed on this Island. I , lady should be allowed to decide." tho world and proclaimed her his mis- eyes looked at him fearlessly: her reparation, and now I have found her found thla man here. He had been I "Do you remember nothing of your "My wish is my friend's wish," said abandoned mistress. dark hair rose like a aomber, cloudy early life, nothing whatever, sir?" up all hope, tress, hli cast-off- , softly at last when I had given here a long time, I believe he had And I been cast away hern as a child and asked Whlttaker, turning to the man. Once the clew was gtren be found crown above ber brow. The fierce aun, the woman laying ber hand abandoned all expectation. upon the man'a arm. more hldeoua deptha of Infamy In that the open air, the wild wind bad not "I have a dim recollection ot some stand bora confessing my fault befor bad no Whlttaker obserred that the man men, ready to do anything and every- bad grown up alone. Ho no mem- sort of a sea happening, of a long voyword than would hare appeared had materially altered the clear, slightly speech or language. He had point olive pallor of her face. The woman shook It oft nervously, but the his been a wiser and more experithing that a man can do to make ory of the past His mind was a age with a woman and aome kind of enced rlslpn. Indeed, so clear and had been beautiful before. Now that being settled, there was no further ap amends for the past" blank. I was glad to And him here. an animal in an open boat, ot horrible pure waa the aoui of this woman that nature bad had free away, she waa peal. "But you hare a wife." said Whltta- He gave me occupation, companion-ship- , sufferings, of a few words of prayer; "Pray proceed with your atory, Mr. ker, coldly. a man of the world would hare known nobly lovely She had stood a little in that Is all." I bad been well educated. I deInstantly that there was an explana- tho rear of the man at first and the Langford" he continued. "I think that this man, then a child." "No, she's dead these two years, termined to teach him. I knew that commander had not particup the tale," cried "No, let me take tion, which the child of oature could lieutenant It his ignorance waa the result of his resumed the woman, "and his mother I nerer lored her. When ahe spoke, the woman. waa thank Ood. "Believing that I He wanted to ularly observed her not aee forthcoming. was a boyish infatuation for a de- enrlronment I believed him to be must In some way hare been involved be away from her and alone, and be she stepped Into the open. He stared right, believing that the education signing adrenturess who wanted a naturally acute. I found my beliefs in a ahtpwreck, and that ahe and ber me and training which had made turned aa if to plunge into the deptha .and stared amaxed. hold upon my father's money. I am warranted. I taught him alt that I ton and a dog must hare been cast Indeed, the direct Intensity of his what I was were sound, believing that of the forest, but with gentle force she free, free to make her my wife. I aak could of life and letters from memory. away on this island; that the woman glance added a sudden new percep- thla man was as free as I to choose There la restrained him. her, I beg her to take me, to giro For three years ray sole and only oc died and the child aurrlred. any way tion to the woman'a faculties and for bis course and order his lite, knowing me a chance to show that I feel what cupation baa "You are a man, with a man's been to teach him what I nothing here that would in a nun's aoul and a man'a heart, the first time in years sho realised nothing of his wife, I yielded to his I hare dose, to derote my life to ex- knew. No preceptor erer bad apter harm him and bis life and growth ua- I thought It waa a noble now. You must stay that ahe was atandlng before her fel- pleadings. dsr such circumstances and condl yeu cannot-Opiation." or more docile pupil." In one swift mo- and splendid opportunity rouchsafed a'ad-faThe question lows half naked. "tho! problem. of tlons are quite possible. He had prob He atopped, wiped the moisture "No learner ever sit at the feet across the me and. In a measure, rouchsafed him Dlble, BHtil'be.EWatteSTto the bitter end. My ment convention leaped from his forehead, stood for a moment a teacher." cried the man, ably seen hla mother read that ia that Ufa'-ai'It with btm, put it ylTurHleden.ende upon what missing years and caught ner In Ita to show the world that we did really In thasllence that followed his words, such touched by the recollection. "Think, He carriedforgot arm. The red flashed into her cheek; belltre what we aald. Had I believed hla face downcast. Then ha lifted It it with the flint and life, too." care and wed6 Bewr perhaps-hi- s men, ail that I knew waa a childish In the silver box of which ha qY OoaVft orteiXtfee man. recurring beneath, her rude rest her bosom rose la, Ood then I should hare aald bis haggard, worn, sad, the humiliation of babble of prayers which bad remained steel again to that MttarUajwght. "I had and fell. Her instinct far the moment mealing with me. his conversion to the tast few momenta baring entered in my memory. I was ignorant of weald hare bo knowledge aad which, the bad my theories, his passion for me, his waa to fly. She wlshd.-,'tha- t use. The dog probably him la my haBda)aadspard html" ererything. eren that I myself exist- he could sottime and when he died garments which willingness to abide by my decision into hts soul. aald, softly; "your "Kate," he "But you tparedhTm for my sake," put on those treaaured was any difference be- lived soma ed; that there she bad kept for a acene tike this la were Prorldental. I was glad to con"back to where his mistress said the woman; "think of that." tween me and the palm tree or yon- crawled gare up hts life at her feet waa too secrate my lite to the truth, with hla all those years. "For your sake," declared the man, that care She aummoned It man was made In the lay and der bird; that her cour- aid to take the final atep in attestaI believe this man'a pointedly. "I would and should haro late bow. CHAPTER XVII. image of bis Ood; that there waa such And therefore the age, and realising that dignity, after tion of my belief, to convince Revell Charnock; him." kitted a thing as a woman upon earth. 1 had same to tabe John woman at least had made of clothet or convennot world that one an American, and that he that ha The Woman's Pita. "Thou ahalt not klllt" said the wom- alt, it once more addressed him. no ideas of honor or honesty, or convictions, It waa tions, Virginia. I know him to the courage of her Drenton." said Whlttaker. "Miss an, aottly. or sweetness, or truth, or life, or came from "Blr." she said, "my name Is Kathand a gentleman. In a mistake, a frightful mistake, aa Ir with the deepest gravity he could in"An eye for an eye, and a tooth Ood, until ahe taught mo. I bellersd be a Christian wo have been togethmistake, for which I supDrenton. I aa not. aa you might for a tooth," returned the man. "He arine think, a savsge, but a castaway.'' reparable I must suffer to the end of fuse In voice and manner, "you hare in her aa I hollered ia God. and I lored alt the days that me no pose that he and you between you slew my heart well beg your pardon," said the been a most unfortunate, a, most Un- ber aa I lore tualbrht and fresh el? er oa tbU Islandbeen haa done Madgentleness, "1 Allow me to assure and the sweet wind. I lored her, aa I. wrong. He haa happy woman. Ills death would be bo murder, but a man of wide reading and cul"No." cried Langford, "I aa here you of my slacerest commiseration, docility itself, and despite oor retribution." learned to lore under her Uaeai, ness, possible that you are the to repair .the blunder." eaesv my deepest respect' my most profound goodness and truth aad erery rtrtaw,' .eelvee we hare learned to lore "Dut it waa la part my fault," re- ture! "U it who wrote Tata "There U no power oa earth," aald admiration. You have tuKtrsd, but taut to think, ta talak. to Utaatw tor. UBtll yesterday wa did aoi turned the woman, brarsly making hot Katharine Breatoa the woab. mtimtely. "tilt eaa taiecently. It I nay speak the r4te aid DeatlayT (To De Continued) confession. .. ..' 1 wIH aerer betters it It eaaaat y, "I am that unhappy woman." htI 7 your-selre- d head-land- a man-of-wa- d I n e Whit-taker- I pow-er-an- d r co d l" ur-It- oE-ca- hJiiim hfc ifc ' iW $ . THE STANFORJ), KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. FRIDAY, SKIT 16, 1919. FALL SALE OF- - Watch That Griffon Suit. Baltimore Made The Home ( f VII Good Clothes. Blankets and Linens AT LOWEST PRICES OF THE YEAR QUR Regular Annual Fall Sale of Housekeepers' Linens, Blankets and Comfortables began this week, and will continue ten days. Full and complete showing of extra special values in Table ,Linens Sheets, Pillow Cases, Napkins, Towels, Bed Spreads, Ready-mad- e Blankets and Comforts, at all extremely low prices for this sale. This sale should prove a harvest for hotel and board- My Fall line, more complete than ever, is now ready lor your inspection. Call by and ask to see the only "make" that fits like Tailor-mad- e clothes. ALL WOOL SAM ROBINSON, Stanford, Ky. p or harmful drugs, Oct only the Foley's Honey and Tnr In lh yellow package. Shugar and Tan gen-uln- WIW e ncr. PUBLIC SAL1U! ' THE FARMERS Plain nine-holwheat drill, good as new, for sale cheap. W. P. Logan. VirMmrn Monti tv nvtri nffa ., f'-I'Vi uu., Ub .1. ll. imukuiiiuu a; v On account of falling health, I will tell at public auction nt my farm near MeKlney, Kentucky, e00oaoo0000OOO00o6O0oaoooo00ooooooo rts Hemmed Sheets ready-made ing house keepers to supply their wants a whole year Blankets-Comfo-- Co. '....:. '.'.. ..".:::. tt-lrt- i THURSDAY, SEPT. 29, 1910 So"p f f'o ery best bred uorici. jennets and inulo Kentuck), consisting of colts In 67'-I- t . Household Linens i err heavy, round thread, Muslin Shoots, size 81x90. hand-finishe- torn size, at heavy, ready-madExtra and Sheets, hand-torn- , med, full i bed size, e 69c neatly Muslin hem You will see more beautiful Blank. ets and Comforts on sale here today than you over dreamed ow seeing iu DunWIle.a nd at such low prices you will be unable to resist lajlng In your year's supply. Double Bed size Cotton Blankets In Gray, Tan and White, 98c, $1.35 and $1.50 this sale, at At 14c At 7c Each Hemmed beachedl Huclc Towels, size 320x38, sold reguarly at $.20 per dozen. Special for C Heavy half Linen Hemmed Huck Towels, In all white nt rstandard .59c per pair. and red bosders, each dish or roled toweling at n . I4C 2 I Heavy Fine Nashua Bankets, exltra large Mohawk Valey Mills hemmed Pillow Cases, 4'x3G. at tre ex tremely low price .of. size. In soldi olora ancd plaids, $2.25, $2.75 and $3.00. 2C 15c In addltlont o the above Specials we " show a complete assortment ow UUca Strictly Blankets, la Blue anr White, Pink and White and Scotch Pallds, also California Blank ets. In White, with colored stripes and floral borders, at $3.50, $4.50, all-wo- Extra Fine quality SSInch Mercerized Table Damask, beautiful designs, at .59C Special Vnuels ready for use at per dozen. In Hemmed Napkins, 50c, $1.35, $1.50, $2.00 $4.98, $8.50 to $9.00. Shoets and Pillow Cases in all sizes, both In. plain and hemstitched, also .Pillow Tubings and Sheetings by the MAISH'S LAMINATED COMFORTS. We have on sale today, a full assortment of Malsh's Celebrated Cotton Down Comforts, at $1.50, $1.98, $2.50, $3.00, $3.95 up to $6.7.5 .yard. All at Special Low Prices for tthlt Sale. Special values In Pure Linen Table Damasks, in both German and Irish Linens, at 49c, 69c, 85c and $1.00 per yard. Our New Fall Stock is coming in rapidly, and we are now showing many novelties in Silks, Dress Goods, Wash Goods of Every Suits, Coats, Waists, Etc. description, Neckwear, Tailor-Mad- e. Welsh -- & Wiseman Co., Moreland. Danville, Ky. lng 3 Highland. 9mt tobacco raisers have : . r.r r 't T- begun to b3 bouse their tobacco. On ac- nt so much rain It Is ripening W. to- . G. Baugh, Thos. N. Butt and letoa are all building large -- ft j Vi t 9 urns. 1'c.j.John Lutes is building a large Young. x Mo'too warehouse on the land of Joslah Horton, ot New Albany, Ind.. , w n.Mi.1. who has been here with uls brother, i. R. Adams and O. 0. Speake are early spring, has through threshing for the sea- - H. F. Horton since returned home considerably Improved aevt iave pulled their machines in health. Miss Ilosa and Emma Meier, of 'nrrfed. at the residence ot Mrs. Louisville, are at home with their parV uinf Young, on Tuesday, Sept. ents here. tw. . 3aea E. Young and Miss Mamie Mr 3nd Mrs. Jake Meier, of SomerAt-t- t -- Taut, by the Rev. J. M. Cook days-herwith ceremony quite a crowd of the set, who spent several Kke the family of John Melr, have now -- ' litres and friends partook of the gone to Corbln. ciUfal supper that had been pre-V Mrs. Mary Craybeal and daughter, fey the mother of the bride. The visiting tho Baugh. ' m avo thera a nice little time at Mrs. Henry F. Rlgneyare Stanford. at family of J. ....,. r tMra, to the wife of Mrs. Win, COLORED POST CARDS FREE v 7,a boy, also to the wife of Mr. i, m long, a girl. But 10 Beautiful vsrs. Mattle Hatfield has gone to Not Cheap Trash, Onts. -mother near Cincinnati. of 1 want to send free to 100 readers Sam Light and son, Roy, after 10 beautiful color-e- d dough-w- . the Interior Journal r Miamg some weeks with, bis all different, Friendship Mm. John G. Daugh, has gone to without any advertising on them what- iavUle to put him In school. Is no fake to this offer. lcna Butt went to- - JUchmond ever. Thero this assortment Just to 1 send yod v jwMfcty to place her daughter, Mist handsome high grade normal .s .';, tn tho Young school there.the show Iyou theat manufacturers' prices. cards rarry has entered Grace ask Is that you send me Icur at Stanford t V sool Young has again. to All I In postage to cover postage. Adcents returned UtoM. XX. dress C. T. Johnson, Pres. Dept. . w college, Barbourvllle. you e 12.6, Rochester. N. Y. When gone to cr. B. E. Young has get - write me I will tell you how to cession of the Kentucky ConHaltowe'eu, exqulsito ebossed, aw 60 - fUTO OI 1110 MCIUOU10I. vuuitu Thanksgiving or assorted carik free. H 1 . Sir. and Mrs. George Baugh, ot Detroit, Mich, were the guests of hh brother. W Craig Baugh this week. Mr. and Mrs. David Eider, of near Bee Lick, are visiting tba family of Nat Wright. .Mr. and Mrs. James McGuffey, of Louisville, are here visiting their (relatives. Clarence Cook, of Somerset, spent soveral days with Ms cousin. Hardin a meeting near Harrodsburg this week. if. tier post-card- r.. rbi at-ai- Mrs. Roy Spears, of the McCormack neighborhood, entertained tho Ladles of the Aid Society of tho Moreland Christian church on Thursday afternoon. After a pleasant social hour, the hostess served dainty refreshments. The dining room was tastefully decorated In pink and white. The color scheme being carried out In tho Ices and cakes. Died, ut her homo near Kldd's Store Mrs. Mason Popperwell, Saturday nliht, about 8 o'clock. She leaves a husband and six children. Mr. Late Morgan has added an ad dltion to the rear of his store and In fevor. stalled a gasoline engine and a grist Mr, and Mrs. Randolph Coffey, of milt and he has begun grinding for Moreland, went to Harrodsburg Sun- customers. day and from there to LoulsvllHle. Mrs, Lucy Ann Haggard on the 6th They will attend the state fair. received a check for $1,000 as payMrs. John Myers, of Mllledgevllle, ment of her claim on tho Modern Woodmen of America for the death Is visiting her son In LoulsvlUe. Preparations a're being made by the of her husband, Mr. Andrew J. Hag- The delay Ladies Aid Society for a musical treat rd W10 died July 6th lu the near future, notice of which will wa, callBed by a mlslako In the death I be duly given In this column. proofs but as soon as this was Miss Marguerite King Is In Louis- -' straightened out the check camo by vlllo attending the state fair and null to Clerk E. L.Grubbs, wbo Ii.g Borao shopping. turned It over to the widow with live Mrs. John Hammond, or nenr nus- - jmie girls, tonvllle, and daughter, Mrs. Robert, McKechule, of Tampa, Fla., visited SAFE MEDICINE FOR CHILDREN. Foley s Honey and Tar Is safe and friends here Tuesday; effectlvo medicine for children for Iter. ,W. S. Montgomery Is conduct children as It does not contain opiates g-- a debate, readings, compositions and recltatlous. The subject for debate Is, -- aeselred, That it Is Right for a Man Without Children to Pay School Taxes." is attending Mr. Oscar Mlrchu school In Williamsburg. Mrs. G. B. Prultt, ot Moroland, 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 business. Mr L. Morgan, wife and daughter, of Mllledgevllle, attended church at Junction City Wednesday night. Mr. C. A. Wllhlte, the cashier of tha Moreland bank. Is III of typhoid Mr. II. L. Hale, of Nlcholaavllle. has in oo giaa to Know that he U much been visiting hla niece, Mrs. C. K. better, Mrs. T. A. King U visiting her The second public exercise of tho father, Mr. 8. A. Stivers, near Louis-vlllMoreland public school wilt be held Friday afternoon, Sept. 16th, beginMiss Ethel Cono Is In Ohio plaitning at 1:30, promptly. It consists of ing her- - grandmother and other relae. lhefrlettdsof.fr James Mcrrlinan tives. 57-Ky. Good pony for sale; has been drlxcn This stnlllon has proven himself by children. II. U. llaughman. one of the bet reeders In Kentucky I.ot me lusure our barns and to- and U n tery fine Individual. bacco. W. A. Trlbble. POWHATAN n car of We hate just unloaded Missouri I'ulte wheat for seed, price Will nlno be sold He Is a One 11.10 par bti. J. II. Bjughman & breder, an excellent Individual and 57'-'.- 't Co. show horse For' Rent My place of 250 acres One I'eaMne stallion, m for 1011 aO acres for corn, 30 acres finn Individual and well broken; ono for wheat, C9 acres In meadow, re- yearling Peuvlne stallion, a blue rib- grazing- Mrs. George boo wlnnor and n mainder lor hsndsome colt Logan, Stanford, Ky. Five nice brod mnrei nnd colls by For Sale. A well Improved farm Sldl nnd as handsome as can be; all of 20 acres, near Mi., Salem, house- by Tho Wnrfield; four brood mares, hold and kitchen furnlttlre. stock, and farming tools. P. If. Woodson, Mtt nil safe In foal to jack; one 2S. ' old harness mare, very fine; two 4 Salem, Ky. For Sale Sow and 'J pigs, It. vU' ycsr-olharness horses; one Berry, Iltutonrtlle. old harm-a-s horse, very fine; one 3- Wanted cattle to grao 70 Herts of year-olharness mare, very fine; one good blue grass. R. L. U?rry,"llu harness mare, very fine; tonvllle. thr-- e harness Holdings; For Sale High grade Southdown two yearling fillies, very line. All of ram lambs. Fisher and Renlck cross- thin young stuff Is by The WsrfleM es. Mrs. Matlle II. Hewes, Moroland, and out ot the very bred mare, Ky., R. R No 1, Box 49 .ucb as C. F Clay. Cambettla Wilkes. Wanted To buy a place ot 75 to Naboth, Dignity Dare and Ed KJm- 100 acivs In Lincoln county, one hav bol. etc lng Improvements. Address P' O. Two Peavlne nllles, good Box 65, Stanford, Ky , g. two nice Jeks. bhek, r Strayed from 'myptace.' with white points nnd the bent broko old Jersey bull; will weigh about 800 jack In Kentucky; one pounds: has horns. Any Information In regard to same wilt bo thankfully jeanet jack cult by side. received, James McKechnle, Hubble, I.ot of otber jenets all bred to good 66-Ky. Jacks. FOR SALK I HEAP Tract of 77 Five njce.,mnrp mules. Ofli workert acres 3A miles from Crab Orchard, and strictly good; one pair splendid- Ky., joining W. Deshon's farm. Adhorse males well broko and young; dress W, H Mueller, Stanford, Ky. one ntrictlx (ood yearling more mule; 10 work horse; For Sale Good oue yearling horso mule; one oaulo years old; sound; work anywhere coit; six splendid feeding cattle; 8 Livingston. R. uiid rides well. J. H. splendid butcher heifers. s:-2- t U No. i The public will sea soiba ot teM black sow. Reward LOST best indivduals that has ben olterrd for return to Mrs. Lucy Hamilon, R. for sate In a long time all bred up to f. D. No. 4. the top. For Sale Two sors. 18 shoats, 55 Terms ot sala will be mado known stock Uogs. John Cook, Stanford on day of sale. John Cook sold to B D. Holtztlnw 20 hogs at 10c a pound. S. M. Oweis & J. H. Btatighman and wile attended McKlnaey, Ky. the Appalachian Exposition at Knox-vlll- Col, J. P. Chandler, Auct. saw the eight bead this week and SAVED" A BOLDlER'8 LHE of mule which W. M. Gritfln, of Tenn, bought at Mr. Baugh-man'- s Facing death from shot and shell In to dispersal sale last week, win the Civil War wta more agrooablo racevery blue tie In their classes and the J. A. Stone, of Kemp Tex- - than con ing It fTORVvbat doctors said sweepstakes. Mr. Baughtnan la also sumption. MI contracted a stubbtrn a proud of tho fact that tho money mule cold" be writes, "that developed of the show string that went to im cc'j;b. ihat stuck to me In spite of all for years. My weight state fair at Louisville this week won remedies 130 pounds. Then I began to down to every premium In her class and was uso Dr. Kings New Discovery, which ono ot thy team which carried off the rosafdetely cured me. I now we4gU 178 oounds." For Coughs. Cold. Lu $50 cup for best pair ot Kentucky Urlppe. Asthma, Hemorrhage. Hoarseraised mules. ness, Croup Hooping Cough, and luag 2 1 d mk FOR SALE Nice young Jersey cow. J. 8. Turpln, Stanford, THEWARFIELD )fti d bst two-yea- on; 82S-1II. &7-- Soi, o Oal-lati- i ir PUBLIC SALE. trouble. Its supreme. CO cents and $1 Guaranteed by Trial bottle Iree. Pennys Drug Store. Having decided to quit fiumlng. I will offer for sale at my borne two miles from Stanford on the Huston-vill- o pike on F. Hold's farm, known as the will Hays place on Saturday, Oct 1st, 1910. iuy personal property, consisting of stock, farming Implements, two brood mares, one pair horse, two 2 horses, ono year-olfillies, four uitlk cows, two with calves, one Jersey heifer, one mare mules, 23 good pulr hogs, 30 good yearling cattle, of farming Implements, consltlng wagons, plows, harrows, binder, mow d J. C. McCIary, Undertaker and slmbalmer. STANFORD, m Hhon ers, rakes, one lightning hay press, iu good repair and other things too numerous to mention. Sale begins at 9 a. m. Terms made known on day of sale. At one o'clock Mr. P. Reld will dls. po.io ot a number ot nlco young Mi I. MYERS. . horses. Col. J. P Chandler, Auct KY- ;it. SHonn Pboa'.M. D. 3. New CARTER. Livery-Depot Street, Phone 06, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. I'Mjgg"'! iiWaMartjjjrtsJBgj