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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 17T THE INTERIOR JOURNALsl I T jI MYoLvMK XXXV1L STANFORD LINCOLN COUNTY KENTUCKY FRIDAY1 SEPTEMBER 23rd 19fONo60I t fi BCROWDHEABSiLMAT t CONGRESSMAN MAKES ABLE AR fA OUMENT FOR TRIUMPH OF l PARTYS POLICIES jIi I One of the most enthusiastic rump lions ever given a political speaker In Lincoln county was that accorded Congressman Harvey Helm on Wed nmday when ho apoko to a largo 4 assemblage fit McKlnnoy In the In teresl of his candidacy for rcolertlor The McKlnney Brass Uand occom luinled by many prominent citizens oC that hustling little city mot Cougrn s wan Hlm and escorted him to the school house where the speaking won IllId Almost every toot of space In llu building was tilled with pcoplo whet t j Mr Holm began to speak nnd hp was given the cloet attention from be Rinhlni to end Gallant and chlvalroui lui ho U thEb brilliant young con p gresuman paid a beautiful tribute to thn ladle many of whom were pros ent In the audience and then launchedI forth into thu political ibid The large audience evinced tho keenest Ir I torest throughout his entire speech proving that the great fight democrocj Is making to rescue the people from tho corporations and Interests thul have so long dominated the rep ibll cnn party Is being fully appreciated Mr Helm went Into the Issues whlelI are prominently before the people and 4i1 djjalt the republican high tariff am Ii lush coat of living some body blowi v and was repeatedly cheered S Mr Helm will speak at Wnynesburf 4Rnd Kings Mountain Saturday after and evening respectively and tM then make a close canvnss over th 1enUre Klehth district lila frlendi urti contldent that he will win ovci Col Ewoll by the largeit iaujorty tJ- Ver given In tho Eighth but he Intend to leave no stone unturnivl to nrtiiwlnl the voters with thi neomalty for thili coming out to the polls to lea that a democrat Is continual In conlrelll from the Eighth to participate In the national democratic Ito fenU if the I 1 democrats carry the house thin lal I which all Indications seem to favor favor lacoqoratilD Articles Fded STATE BANK AND TRUST COM- PANYo WILL OPEN FOR BUSINESS OCTOBER 8t Attorney Geo D Florence went to Pmnkfort TueSday and filed the art cjes of Incorporation of the Stain Ban tc Trust Company with Secrepiry of State lirunen as required by j Work on the bauso1lco bulldlnj Is being pushed rapidly but U mu- folind Impossible to get it ready li tomorroYi found in other columns Of ihls Issue Cflibler J W Hutches6nls hero and with Assistant Cashier Hays Foter Js busy every day getting the detail work ready for the opening of Lln reins new nnanclal institution EVery talnx seems very propitious for the opetag and all connectefl with the iliw bank ore well plied I Fwt Ball Teea f OF HIGH SCHOOL TO PLAY SOMERSET HERE OCT 8th ThQ Stanford biibschool font ball practIcboys at work say that tho squad thanfora i Tbo eleven of the Somerset ichool has been challenged for a game and arrangements will probably be made to play It here Oct 8th Ith the new board fence around Ute athleUu field 2 Jt Is expected that asufflclentamouiit will bo realized from games In the future lo defray all expanses pf the athletic teams t THE BIO LEXINGTON TROTS 4 greatest trotting meeting In the world begins at Lexington on Tuesday October 4th and continues two weeks Each diy one or more of the historic stake races of Kentucky are contested nnd all of the races are filled with the pick of tho beatI horses of the world meeting at i ex Isgton for the first tltno ttf s year tnifre are Qver five hundred entries In the races and it wtll be tho great eit meeting slyer Known Excursion nttncad rats one faro roundtrip In L fc cq from Cincinnati and all Ken lucky Best racing and muslo in the country Remember the dates October 415 and go MAD DOO IN COUNTRY A tog belonging to A W Carpen ter went mad Tuesday afternoon Probably the best borod owned by Mrcarpenter was bitten by the rabid Celine and it tsllloly that the ant mal will dave to htt killed ulthough It SHOWS MO evideucek of bdnn In doculated The dgg was promptly kill It Is unknown how the dog con tMCted tbo disease as noother rabld 7 doge have been seen In that com munlty i 0STUBORNAS MU- LESiseft cause Then t asrtkers itrouble Loss of Appetite I Indl eatlqn Nervousness Despond l enoy Headache But such troublesI Dr Now Life Pills flyerIt r Drug Store I I j I Notice I To the Stockholders of tto State Bank Ai Trust Mupany of Stanford Kentucky s previously announced It was the full Intention of our officers to open tho nbovo named bank for bust ness upon Saturday Sept 24th but owing to unavoidable Celny i In tbe preparation of our banking room It will bo Impossible to do so at tluu time Wishing to have vorythlni In a thoroughly prepared state lieforo rpci Ing we have decided that It Is for thi best Interests of all concerned there fore to ptMtpono tti0 opening until Saturday October the 8th at 9 a mat which time all thu bank rfflcen together with as uany of tho illroc turn nnd stockholders as possible will bo on hand to open a bunking IncH lutlon which we nr con iilcihl will be conducted In a most thoroughly busi nesslike and nuccucurul manner Couie bring friends and depositors and rest assured that everything pos sible will be done to assure tile eaf t and prM uf nil onnt1 with th Institution Respectfully W L McCarty President J W Hutcheson Cashier r II Foster Asst Cashier J S Rice VPresldont 0 L Penny VPresldent J U Ends SIrestden- tCourtHouseSidewalk WILL BE PUT DOWN BY PHILLIPS BROS AT ONCE Tbo fiscal court met Wedncsdn and awarded tho contract for putting down a sidewalk and retaining wall around the court house to Phillips Bros of this city who submitted the lowest bid of three bidders Work will be started at once and the ron tract calls for It to bo finished by Nov 15thThe school board has let a contract to the Connally Construction Com pany to build an 8foot wide concrete walk from th0 school building to the xldewalk along Danville avenue Tills will I a good Improvement and will not only be of great convenience tc the pupils nnd teachers but add great ly to tho attractiveness of the ground New Insurance rlJlDI ORANIZED PROMIjNENT A new formed In Stanr 1 and tta card wil be fouaa In the business nnd profes slooalcArtH U thIs issue of the I J It Is compose of Messrs W P Kin ctld and C Hays Foster two projres sire business men who have h wld circle of friends and nre hustler They represent some of the strongcs companies and wlL seek a fair por tlon of the patronage tth4 people of Lincoln and adjoining counties Their office will bean the State Dank Trust Company Stall W e Vote SUBJECT Of DEBATE AT TUR NERSVILLE SATURDAY Turmervjip KxAug 20 Rev J W Whltehead will fill his appointment at the Christian church Sunday morning and night Como Mn r M Toombs Mn Mattie Brndsbnw 1 Urran Cooper are on the sick list Mr and 5iis Henry Gooch visited her lister at Highland last Week Lucy Goocht WAiter Moser Arthur Cqffey UounletGoodc and Wlllle CoCo try are attending school at Stanford Frof Gerooy olson from Clarence Ky who has been visiting Mr Glllli Lufaon returned homo Sunday 5 MrsHublli of yStanforfl has been vlbltlng her son Robert Hubble Mr ami Mrs Henry McWhortcr were stormed Sunday a number of their children grandchildren and oth er relatives were present as follows Mr and Mm Ida Gadberry and little laughter Mr and Sirs Walter Ellis nod child Mr and Mrs Wodel Reid and child Mr and Mrs George Rus toll Isnao Burns Ar Robert Rubble la building a nlco dwelling which be will occupy In a few days- Several of thin place attended the protracted meeting at McKinneY whIch closed last night Jack Frost Is expected early this year The cool nights are giving us Inc signs On Saturday night September 24th iho Tunionvllle school under the aus jleea of Virgil McMullIn will render n iellghtful program The program has lot henn given In full will be about as follows Introductory Quartette This will be followed by several fine ecltntlons and a dialogue given by five young ladles of this section The irosram will be closed bya debate The subject Women Suffrage 111- Ibe discussed by Profs Cplson Rey McMullIn and others Come nd bl gour wivea and girl AN AWFUL ERUPTION t a volcano excites brief Interest and your Interest In skin eruptions 111 be as short If you use JDucklcns irnlca Salve their quickest cure Jven tho worst bolls ulcers or fever ores am soon healed by H Best for urns Cuts Bruises Spro Lips Chap ped hands Chilblains and Piles It gives Instant relief 25 cents at Pen tyfl Drug Store j CANDIDATE FOR LIEUTENANTGOVERNOR JAMES P EDWARDS The brilliant young Louisville attor ney who has announced his candidacy for the democratic nomination for Lieutenant Governor PreachersvilleS- ervices at the Baptist church flex Sunday the 23th by the pastor Rev Pierce Bryant Beternl relatives from tills place went to Mt Vernon Tuesday to at attend the burial of Mrs Cossle Sut ton Mr Jack Adams the efficient turnkey of Garrards prison who is also a veterinary surgeon was here lalt week doing lamp work In that line jMr T J Shaw was 111 of Jobs troa Je Sirs Kldd who wasiiiof tin ovordoie of morphine has had a relapse Mm Goo B Colson Is bleto drive out again Mr H man kens hip still continues 111 Grover Rlgsby Is ilL RerThomton an Itinerant erung lt who has been tngagqdin ravlva services near ere recently was unit ed In rnarriageLastweektoMrs JOI eph Thompson nee Cummins ntlci which the happy couple left for Vir glnla Mrs Matt Spratt9 years old dIed recently ai her home at Beelertowt lu Qarrard county She bad been Ir a helpless condition for about two years Having no heir she willed hei farm sod property to ti colored family who had been taking care of hei for several years Mr J F Payno will hUB the bId school building moved Into tao rear oC his blackcmlttv shop touse M a stor ale warehouse In connection Ex cwptlng the older folks most of mn people living In this ecUon wtt scores of others WHO are scattered tbfj length and breadtb of our glort ova union have received Instructor In this structure dubbed Clay UapJt College by h witty member of out old blue back spelling clam Be Kldo Its former site stands our new ftcbool house witch Is a good one han zs tx Supt Singleton ante the county board MM James Rouot1taq4fliaCls VII JUd Mrs Fado Perils Mr and Mrs John Boil visited Mr and Mrs Grover Ustlneau In Garrard Mr and Mrs Kendall Smith were with Mr and Mrs J M Cress Mr John fl Anderson und family vjslted Mrs Levi Bell l4ttV 41ss victoria Oa anent lust week WIth Mr and ilrs F F Cummins at Crab Orchard Mt and Sirs J L Hutchlns of near Perry vllle were lost week visiting thelt farm Mr H and wjfe formerly lived here and havq a host of friends here who will always be glad to see them again Last Wednesday at 10 oclock Mr Charles Illgaby a popular youg fnr mer living neal here was united Inn rrlue to Miss Anna Wllisoi a daughter of Mr and Mrs 0 z Mil son of near Kfrksvllle the core mony being said by Rev O P Bush nt the residence of the brides parents The groom Is the second son of Mr and Mrs J II Rlg by and U a model young Ulan In every respect his evpry word and act commanding the esteem nnd respect of allwlioknow him His bride Is said to be an exceptional fine young lady and popular with all who know her We congratulate Mr Rlgnby and extend best wishes totho happy coupln and may all the things of life com e their way Mr Robert Scudder of the Wllllow Grove section bougltt S3 sheep frou Mr J M Cress at 46Q pen head 1 Your kidneys may beot long stand lug It m 3 Je eiTher acute or chronIc but It Is Foleyi Kidney Remedy will aid you to go rid of It quickly and restore your- ontural health and vigor One bottle of Foleys Kidney Remedy made me well lnld J Slbbull of Grand View Wls Commence taking tnowSllU gars ttnd Tanner That gallant old warhorse Col Alex Trlbble will open hili new hotel at Junction City tho Trlbble House Oct 16lh Smlttls bund will furnish the music nod a big time Is antici pated The hotel Is modern In every particular and la quitO ti credit to Junction City The town will now have two firstclass tutteia c Hustonville Mrs James K Helm of Helmwood Heights Is visiting her brother and three sisters at Knoxville Tenn and enjoying the Appalachian Exposition there Col R M Jackson of London who has hosts of friends not only In the mountains but throughout the Blue Grass section of Kentucky Is expected to visit Lincoln In the near future oc business and A cordial welcome Is ex tended him The electric ear line from Libertto this place via of Kldds Store Is on of the 1at financial movements In this section Behind this movement which has been Wing for some tline ar aome te leading business men of Casey county who wll lrf twest the best business men along the entire route and may Interest Mr Charles Vandenburg of Toledo Ohio a prominent capitalist Miss Mamie McMullIn of Eubanks Ky was the guest last week of Mist Artie Bastln of near Jumbo Miss 51 4tartth of Earleston Ky has accrued lucutlve position li this lnsAeropltal In Indianapolis ilnd an Iafillng this most painstaking position with great satisfaction to the management attorneyhaVeed the proposed change of the Greet river rout front Mat Reynolds corner at river through Reynolds mcadow toward residence of Jofrn Brock mix shortens the distance one half and It level while on the old road there It quite a kill to pull With the newly appointed constable Mr Prlsly Sluder his vicinity is tc be congratulntedHII first writs came to hand last week and within a couple of hours he not only had the wanted parties but had bonds for ttpir appearance nt next term of court H J JII Johnnie on the spot und alt coons look alike to him Sara Lusk an expert concrete house builder has closed a deal with Dr Chlldress for a full concrete 7 Cod basement fr tfjs elegant1 new resi dence tf be finished on Danville ave In th0 near future The work will begin this week Emmett McConnack right away two nice cottages on his lot back dtcol Itgo campus Vaughn shipped a car of nice butcher cattle to Cincinnati last for which they paid from 3 to 4 l2c F M Yowell sold his 85 acre farm west o7 town to Jno Russell on Tues for SI 00 per acre Cicero Sims son of Mr Fort Stifle returned home last week after an eight months stay In Minnesota and South Dakota Born this yeek to the wjf of W H Terry a tine ten pound son Wm H Jr Born to the wife of Leo Long of Ltinvlllettils week at the home of Mr and Mrs W H Terry a 10pound beautiful girl Jewell Mr and Mrs Terry are Mrs Longs parents The tpavy rains llrst Of the week did great damage to tobacco In this Uaiuy The cotn crops are tine and the rains on the late crops is Improving the prospect Compare the roads In Boyle and w those in Lincoln and although we spend as Much per mile roads as they X et our roads are a disgrace Ordinarily the work begins with ditching then after weeks or month of travel the metal is dumped here and there Ninety 5r cent of the metal should be put la the center of tho road then the ditch lug dqne and this dirt put on tho metal which ji ldult In blace and soon We will see ugret Improvement Our entire community want our roads put In charge of the magistrate con ptnbles and good l vel h aded farm ers and euchi allotted a territory But a short time would be necessary to note a wonderful Improvement J Mr J 0 Weatherford has return ed from Cincinnati where he las goodsMr has returned fr9m Cincinnati where alto has u purchasing handsome linearmillinery goods Mr Richard Gentry of Danville IP weighing up CO head of feeders lit purchased from J P Rifle Mr Edward HOpper and Mr T L Carpenter have tecatved three very promising yearllng from Lex ington where tfcey have been In train ing Master Vernon Chlldress son of Dr Chlldress Is recovering from an attack of typhoid fever Sits Elbert Harper of Salisbury K C acid Mrs Nannle Harper of Junction City have been the guests orI Mrs James Depp who Is quite Ill at Hustonvllle PORTRAITS OF ALL LINCOLN OFFICIALS WANTED TO HANG IN PROPER OFFICES IN NEW COURTHOUSE Plans en root for the Installa Uon of handsome portraits of all of Lincoln countys officials past and present In the now court bouse Photographs will bo enlarged for the most part by the Eureka Portrait Co whore large oil paintings cannot be obtained and It Is expectedthnt the families or relatives of past officials will pladly defray the cost of having the enlarged portraits made It planned to have the portraits hanjc In the offices which were held by the former officials and in this wiry a full gallery of Lincoln coun tys officials will be obtained The complete list of portraits wanted is as follows Circuit JudgesL L Walter M C Saufley W C Bell T Z Morrow SIlks II Owsley F T Fox and Judge Wheat County JudgesJ F HIggIns T W Napier Winfrey SOJalley M C Saufley A J Lytle Jie F Cook- E W Brown T W Varnon U M Davison W L Dawson J P Bailey K C Warren J S Owsley Jr County AttorneysW S Burch H Helm T B Paxton D R Carpenter W H Sillier F F Bobbin R C Warren Robert Blame County Clerks Gea 11 Cooper J F Cummins John Blalne R Carson Champ Carter Thomas Helm and Willis Greene Circuit CJerksJ D Swope J F Hpldam J P Ballpy D B Edraon sonW H Miller S S McRoberts Goo McKliineyatwl Joel Huffman herItCIIW1 McCartyT J Hilt M S Baughruan Sam Owens T D Newlnnd J N Menefee S H Bough man A M F land W B Withers Walter Saunders Dan Miller T W Napier J P Bailey tE B Caldwell It W Dunn H P Mlddleton and James Crow Noble Christian Girl TAKEN AFTER SHORT ILLNESS AT HER HOME IN OKLAHOMA Irlends and relatives at Mllledgt vllle have received news of the death In Oklahoma of Miss Mary DIshon the beautiful 18yearold daughter of Mr Frank Dlshon a pros perous farmer of the Western State and oho Is a son of Mrs W S Dlshon of Mllledgevllle News of the young ladles death conies an a great surprise to all as she had been III but a few days of typhoid fever when she was taken Him was a noble Ghrlstfan young woman and her sudden call will cause much sorrow among all her many friends and loved ones MORE BOLTQUETSFOR BURCH the Messengers suggestion of Hon Charles Hnrdtu as democratic candl late for circuit judge brought forth a number of approvals by our towns men He is an exceedingly popular wan and one the best lawyers In the district By the way we have heard some mighty nice things saId about EMIly Burn of Stanford In connec tion with the commonwealths nttor ncyshlp Danville Messenger IN CAPABLE HANDS The Kentucky school for the deaf at Danville opened last week with an enrollment of 312 students Little VIene Kerr of Covlngton the blind leaf mute for whom tho last Leglsla ure adopted a bill appropriating a und whereby she may be educated ins arrived Mtas Sophia Alcorn of Stanford will have charge of this roung girl SAVED A SOLDIERS LIFE Facing death from ahot at d shell In the Civil War was more agreeable to- J A Stone of Kemp Tex than lao In It from what doctors said was con umptlon I contracted a stubbtrn old lIe writes that developed a ough that stuck to me in spite eC all emediea for years My weight ran Iowa to 130 pounds Then I began to ust Dr Kings New Discovery which ouipletely cured me I now weigh li8 pounds for Coughs Colds Ln Orltpe Asthma Jerrhage Hoirse ness Croup Hoobin g and lung rouble Us supreme 61CMta anti I- Trial bottle tree Gvtoftatoed by ennys Drug Store The exact vote In the 11th dlstricct lepuhllran congressional primary last hursdhy was Powers 22355 Ed wurds J2541 Powers majority 9R16 No qu rum of the committee being iresent It adjourned to meet at Junc Ion City next Saturday PEllMAN TRIAL TO BEHELD NEXT WEEK SPECIAL TERM OF LINCOLN COURT WILL BE CONVENED- TO TRY NEGROS CASE eshaeweek summoning grand and petit Ju roy for the special term of the Un coIn circuit court which will be held here beginning next Thursday at which Shay Pellman the negro will be tried for committing an assault upon Nancy llanktn the 11yearold daughter of Mr and Mrs Leo Rankin of the Hubbe neighborhood About sixty med have been summoned tcjr petit Jury service and It Is anticipated that it will bo hard to secure a Jury out of that number for the negros crime Is generally known and there are a very few In this section who have not formed or expressed an opin ion concerning It- Commonwealth Attornejr Charles A Hardln and County Attorney W S Ourch will prosecute the charge against the Jrlsoner So far as known no counsel has been retained to net for him and It Id believed to beery probable that the court will be Put to tho necessity of appointing an attorney for him ns the law requires 5 that he be represented by counsel In this trial Pellman Is still confined In the Jail at Ixnilsvllle but will be brought here by the oftlcers when the case Is called It la not believed that he will be In any danger of violence for the feet Ing Is general that the law should be permitted to take Its course and thero seems no doubt but that will be swift and sure in this cas- ePastor Called REV J B JONES TO TAKE CHARGE OF THE BAPTIST FLOCK At a business meeting of tttj members of the Baptist church Wednes day night a unanimous call was extended to the RevJ B Jones of Delle vue to become pastor of the church here Rev Jones preached here last Sunday and made a line Impression upon alt who heard him It is un derstood that he will accfcpt and come to take charge of the church about Nov lIt His salary has been fixed Bt900 and the parsonage Kings Mountain QuteU number of our people at tended Ohio Valley Exposition The farmers of this section are busy cutting tobacco All report ah abun dant crop Miss Ethel Lee of MIddleburg paid our town a pleasant call a few days IagoMrs W W Walter has returned front an extended visit to her sister In CincinnatiMiss Rankin one of Danvilles most popular young ladles has been visiting Miss Zada Lee Mr and Mm W 11 Lane are with- In Dayton Ohio Col Hooch of the Q C spent Sunday with his wife and children here Dan Hester and Claude Hester and wife have returned home after a few days stay in the pity Hons W S Burch and T J Hut paid our town a call Saturday Miss Bertha Gooch of Ludlow Is with her mother here SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION The Interdenominational Sunday SchoQI Convention meets In Stanford Saturday Oct 1st 1910 at SUO oclock And every Sunday school in the county IB urged to send delegates to this meeting with report of school All superintendents and pastors are dele gates Ex offlcles Each ociiool is en titled to one delegate axtra The Sftcto tary of the State work will be pros ent To miss this convention will bo a great loss to you Watch this col hun next week President REV BEN HELM REMAINS AT BOWLING GREEN Rev Ben Helm formerly 01thls city and ormany years a missionary of the Presbyterian church In China has been reappointed by the Kentucky Conference of the Northern Metho dist church to a charge at Bowling Ore n The Bowling Green News In Connection with the appointment says Dr Holm who receives the appoint ment to the church here has been pastor for a number of years and bin reappointment is highly pleasing or his parluhoners PUBLIC SALE In the town of Crib Orchard on Sat urday October 1st IOJU 1 will offer for sale at public outcry the Dr Price slorerom and lot near the depot at 130 p su- Terms Onehalf cash and the remainder In one and two years 1 P CHANDLER Chris Gentry foun1 a largo piece of pure lead while doing some work on bis farm on the Hustonvllle pike about a mile from and presented it to the L J Wr a paper weight He says that there Is much more of the Stuff about and thoso who have seen It say that It undoubtedly Rives evi deuce of a strong lead vein 0939 to the surface Mr Gentry Intend to do some prospecting nnd believes be will uncover a lead mine which I would prove a very valuable property c An Elaborate Display Of Tailored Garments r FOR FALL WEAR That the Coming Season will be one in which ManTailor ctea Garments will predominate is now an assured fact At the present time New York manufacturers are literal l swamped with orders and most merchants are having difficulty in getting enough tailormade garments to meet their requirements lender these unusual circumstances we were fortunate Sn getting our orders in early and we are pleased to an nounce that we are now ready with an immense stock of all that is new and desirable in Tailored Suits Dresses Skirts and Waists SRor the New Fall Season As an extra special inducement for you to visit us during tSiese opening days we offer many BETTER THAN USUAL VALUES TAILORMADE SUITS in all the newest style short coats end latest ideas in skirts in Cheviots Broadcloths and Fancy Scotch Mixtures at 15 19 25 30 and 35 NEW FALL SKIRTS in all the new styles for Fallwear Jin Serges Panama and Voiles at 5 650 850 and 10 THE NEW FALL WAISTS Tailormade Linens Chif 30n over Persian plain color Messalines Crepe de Chene and Persian Messaline at popular prices WELSH WISEMAN CO Danville Kentucky r r September 28 1910 1 will otter for sale on the premises my highly Improved A 212 ACRE FARM i ontbe best oP pikes 6 miles from each Danville and Lancaster 176 acres Tillable land 75ci wfrlcn la best tobacco land 25 acres of well timbered riverside landStorytea indications are second to none and if mined should pay coat of land THE DWELLINGe r I l one of the best In the country ia a nine room modern built bouse t j heated by furnace and well finished It Is noted for its beautiful iliesUhy location good neighborhood and close proximity to best Z taohools and churches In the State zi There are three good tenant bouses n 12 acre tobacco barn with a excellent basement for stock 36x134 feet is Considering location bulldlngsquallty land etc no more de 38 lrablo farts home has been placed upon the market K JAMES OTTER Danville Ky L CHANGEi If you have anything to wll in the STOCK 11 toINunnelleys Stock Yards He buypand Eel every day in the year except Sunday Bring on your stock Best market iu the State with plenty of edandwater best covered pens outside of Louisville or Lexington STANFORD KY We aleo do a general hitch and feed business LOW ROUNDTRIP HOMESEEKERS FARES TO The West Southwest and Northwest VIA1 2 I ST LouisrTO4 New s t ISTTlclcts on Salo First and Third Tuesdays In each Month Return Limit 2S Days from Datu or Sale4 TWrite for Fares and Special Givers Routs ArnnOementsia- R 1 N IJtNN TI A h I CARDY14 O P A TAIIfAYILLIt KY 0 I WafksDury Mr Ashby Arnold was painfully hurt a few nIght tgo by being thrown from his buggy Ills horse ran away and tho buggy wus badly damaged Mr Joe Hunter of Camp Nelson bets jusl completed a large tobacco barn for Mrs Bell Perkins Mr James Royston went to Buckeye to attend the funeral and burial of hU cousin Mr Ray who was drown ed In the back water of Kentucky river Mr James Sutton nua about complct ed his tobacco earn Mrs John Simpson continues quite sick WHEN MERIT WINS When the medicine you take cures your disease toes up your system and makes you feel hotter stronger and more vigorous than before That Is what Foleya Kidney villa do for you In nil cases of backache headache nervousness loss of appetite sleep lensness and general weakness that Is crfuicrt by any disorder of the kid nets or bladder BhugarE and TIn nor DR HOAGS Bloodand Liver- Restorative A liver Medicine ui Blood PBrifier THE RELIABLE REMEDY for RheamatuEa Pimples Blood and Skia Diseases Stren htens the nerves makes new appetiteMorestrength to it than any other rem edy Dont wait buy a bottle today SOLD BY PENNYS DRUGSTORE WIDE COMMERCIAl- CALAMITY IF THE POOL SHOULD FAlL Property Values Would Fall With Tobacco and Ward HeadleyEstimates Loss at Millions WINCHESTER Ky SpeclalIn- an eloquent address to tobacco growers here lion Ward Headier made strikingly plain the disastrous cones quencea which would follow failure to pool the 1910 crop He said In part The lucccsa of the pool means fif teen or eighteen cent tobacco our de feat moans Ave cent tobacco coupled with the destruction of the most com pleto and beneficial farmers organlza tion ever devised upon the earth These are facts that can not be resisted They can not be overcome by any dreams of philosophy or process of mathematics Suppose we accept the claims of our enemies as a basis of calculation They nay we can not sell our present holdings because they have an abund ant supply of stock on hand They say that there Is an enormous In crease In the acreage that the quality Is good and that there will be plenty of tobacco outsldo of the pool to supply their wants for tho next two years Therefore If we do not sell the pooled tobacco what will become of the market when our hundred million pounds Is put In competition with the new crop The Trust will Immedl ately cry overproduction and surplus and will buy at their own price and In their own good time This means a direct loss of 15000100 Destruction of Values When all things are considered It costs 12 cents per pound to raise tobacco on Blue Gross land A man raising forty acres of tobacco would loso In round numbers 12000 at such prices This Is only one Item of loss The dissolution of the Burley Tobacco Society moans the absolute destruc tion of onehalf of all property values It means the complete ruin ot the land owner who Is In debt If the bankers and merchants aro unable to carry their customers with fifteendollar tobacco and the market under control what will happen to them and to you with fivecent tobacco and a glutted market Onehalf of the fairest part of Kentucky will suffer In property loss The tobacco Industry Is the chief money drop of tho State All other values are affected If not con trolled by It No single claw of people cAn permanently prosper at the ex pease of another Certain Fruits of Selfishness HWIt must all rise or taU together Our enemies hope and some at least think that they will get fifteen cents tor their tobacco on the outside and that In some way the pool will be dV eland on without their Joining and that they will continue to get the profits of organization without con tributing anything to its succors Some are buying land and cnaUnr other forms of indebtedness with arch hopes and beliefs The Trust agents are going among the people and say leg Bring your tobacco to my ware house and get a lone price Mind you they do not make a contract or give a bond to that effect TpsilWy In sdme counties they buy the owner of a particular crop because of his influence and the possible ad vantages to be gained by reason pf havlBg him on their side However these promises of the Trust agents and their opinions as to the future ot the market Is eloquent to the ear of greed and falls like strains of Italian music upon the selfish heart Sogle are cutting their tobacco while It Is green in expectation of rushing to the market ahead of their neighbors They will faU for two reasons Primarily no Trust agent or speculator will pay fifteen cents for green tobacco or any other kind while a hundred million pounds of the best tobacco grown In the State Is hanging In the balance ready to tan upon the market In a single day Secondly they will not attain their wishes because this Is a bad year for favorites The dumper will be shown some valuable lessons In the law of equation This Is the time things will be made even whnUIhow hard bo works or how drives he will not get to ahead of tho pooler No airship has yet been Invented that will carry the dumper and his crop to the market ahead of us this year Prepare To Meet Mortgage The land owner who owes for his farm or his automobile may prepare to sell his stock or corn to meet his mortgage The physician the lawyer and the merchant bad better collect their bills The banker had better look after his outstanding Indebted ljconrFamIne nor pestilence could produce greater calamity home- sprcfesaionaevery class of business and element of society Innocent and guilty tbe high and the low the big and the little will alike and Inevltabl suffer Tho Slower garden of the State will be anpireJed In desolation- A stilt pientcr loan will be the de struction of your orfuinlzntlon The Trust told us live years ago that the farmers didnt have sense enough to organize and ctsy organized Must this cruel prophecy bo fulfilled Have we como to realize the truth of this pitiless sneer and coldblooded esti mate placed upon tho courage and In telligence of millions of people r Tpiereikrtassweaa1butsaeway to avert uie danger oqr prosperity and happiness The- naooese 1910 pool la our only hope We can only meet the enor mows forcn ot combined and criminal wealth by the power of organisation The Trust wan organized for the pur pore of destroying the law of supply and demand to break down competi tion and fix the price of this great commodity The purpose of the Bur lsy T6baodo Solet1111to resist and prevent the accomplishment of these designs and obtain a Just and fairly remunerative prlco for our labor and InvestmentsWhat Together Pays The Trust for the last sU years according to the Wall street Journal has declared dividends amounting to seventy million dollars Tho most of this great profit was obtained from watered stock and It Is Impossible to tot what great profits they havo made from their actual Investments- Do their employes get any of the benefits from this vast accumulation of wealth Hear tho pleadings of blueeyed Kentucky girls who work In their shops and who only a short time ago got down on their knees In the dust of the streets of Louisville and begged this pitiless monster to pay them a living wago for their long hours of service and to Improve the physical condition of their factories conditions that were appalling to all senso of decency or honor Is tbe consumer benefited The price of tho finished product remains tho same When the Federal Govern meat put a tax upon their goods In an effort to make them pay something In revenue to the Government for the protection they received under tho law they Immediately reduced the size of their packages and made the con sumer pay for It all Organization Is the only way that such a concern with such methods can bo conquered or resisted Tho Oov ernment has been powerless to en force tbe law against them It took the brains and the courage of Clar once Lo Bus and his associates to compel them to surrender and to force them to pay a living price for every pound of tobacco they held two years ago Ho will do It again If you will give him the proper support Foes Within and Without Our officers have done their duty They have followed the fortunes of this organization for the past four years with matchless determination and keen Intelligent Judgment They love Its history and are proud of Its achievements They still hopo to avert the disaster that will follow ttr fall They have triumphed over dan ger and difficulty They have fought every class and character of enemy They have fought to a surrender tho foe In front while cutthroats and cow ards were snarling and snapping at their heels Yet It the people have decided either In their judgment or by their Indifference to use this or sanitation for personal advantage and profit rather than for the common ben eflt of allyif our flag must be folded and arms delivered to the enemy the President of the Burley Tobacco Society and his companions In this great struggle will retire from tbe acid dig nified and undaunted with conscience dear and record without a stain There must be no misunderstand Ing about one proposition The 10 called Blue Grass counties of the But ley belt must pool a respectable part of their crop and share a portion of the burden of thbcontest The bill counties have done more than their stare They have remained true in this conflict They have done their part uncomplainingly for tour long year In spite ot great sacrifice and regarjlltts of personal discomfort they have never faltered In their at legtanee With sleepless vigilance and unexampled devotion they have kept the faith They have followed the fortunes and the gag of this organization with unwavering courage while you are enjoying the comforts of palatial homes and sunny surroundings and reaping the rewards wIthoUt sacrifice or strain of battle Affects a anratlon HI this organization disbands It Is gone for a gsstration pro classes arertwhsre will become dis couraged Tea millions bf farmers will loco boJtaad heart Napoleon carried U54 tittes of Francs to the land bf the ptataalei and wads the shadow of Pyramids charged at soldiers UiSrm s that forty cent + ties w a g down opoa thus Forty State lie watching this contest in K8 ckr tbtayear Its success or tailor will bring encouragement of discouragement to every farmer and labor orgahlttUon on the Continent KentucklMna have hover fxlledor fst tared before Tbe past at i- sscnrqWild vines and roses cover the boner of Kentaektaaa on every battle held fron tilt tatt to the Gulf We belong to a face bf warriors Our hC faht and setae died in heroic martyrdom In ttila very county for every Inc of thta fair and favored land Shan we tITJuJu tow to a criminal Trust who by the use of stupendous wealth has subjected this proud Commonwealth and Its brave people to a slavery more abject than Egyptian bondage The women have taken up this fight Why IoU They are the first and last to suffer They have the of this struggle stamped upon their heart In the silence of the lonely night In homes made desolate by remorseless treed they have studied this problem and mingling their hopes with their prayers have determined to right their wrongs Be sides no cause was ever won In spite of their opposition none was ever lost with their endorsement With the gentleness of Florence Nightingale and the courage of Grace Darling they have performed their part In all of the conflicts and contests of the world Finally I appeal to the hearts and the conscience and business judgment of every man and woman to stand for your rights Nothing worth having was ever obtained without sacrifice and hardship The eternal principles of right and justice will survive The Ood of fairness and truth has never a cause proclaimed and defend by honest men KtEP THC KlDNEYt WKLL Health Is Worth Saving and Some Stanford People Know How to Save It Many Stanford people tako their t lives In their hands by noglecUng Uiti kidneys when they know those organs need help Sick kidneys aro reason sible for a vat amount of suffering und 111 health but thorn Is no need tq j slitter nor to remain in danger when ill diseases and aches and pains duo to weak kidneys can bo quickly and pornrancntly cured by tho use ot Roans Kidney Pills Tho following stutonunt leaves no ground for doubt MM n F Walter Hill street tan mater Ity says I never fall to praise Deans Kidney Pills when I have tho opportunity as they lire cot Utility an excellent remedy I havo ivot been without a supply In tho house for years Whenever my back becomes lame and painful a few doses bring mo Instant relief At one timer feared that I had serious kidney trouble The kidney accretions were tIcfdoneotime It was my good fortune to heart ve ot Itoaus Kidney PHIa nnd I began their use In a short time my kidneys I wore restored to a normal condition1 tlon For sale by all dealers Irlco CO cents Foster Mliburn Co Buffalo N V solo agents tor Iho United States Hemebcr tho name Deans and take no other f Free Sample For Babys Ills Something can and must be dose for the puny crying baby for the child that refuses to eat and brest- leu in its sleep And since the basis of all health is the proper working of the digestive organs look first to j the condition of the stomach and bowelsA should have two full and free movements of the bow importantassounddeep 4 know what to give the child In tnii emergency of constipation and IndlceM etltaandstrong but the child refuses them be nttrlJ a liquid tonic that lamill have been using for a quartr of a century It Is etfrctiv tobiyou wifl not have to force thtm to tAkli It wedaway you can It before buying Later when convinced of its merits yOU can- get It of your rinmtat at flfty cents andon dollar a bottle lust as thousands of orIoItofWalnutthat way and now write that It U their IteeUIrcenlipatiosandtrey amyl ot Ibis rmMvI pleasedtode ire for Youreir or family pertaining to abolutalrtree1etlr and be win reply to you In detail yourMrsaethenrli For either reoueit the doctors address It Dr W n CaldliItt000ald-wan bulldlBf MoatlctUo IU ADMINISTRATORS NOT1CB J All persons having claims agslnV the ostato of M C Saufley deceased will present tho samo to the under signed properly proven on or bflfor the 12th day ot October 1910 and alt persons Indebted to said decedent M C Banner will please settle sam t promptly Ir 1 OEOUOB E STONE 1 Admr ot M C Saufley Deceased t THE BEST OFFER EVER MADEIt Home and farm one full year regi lar price 59 Uncle Remus Home Magazine relit lar price 16 Good Housekeeper full year reguImar price 14pTe Evening Post dally 3 monthJ12 The Interior Journal your horn paper full year tC Here you have a value of L5 g All for 201 for a short time onl v Send or bring your order In at ofljl t tc The Interior Journal Stnfor t h Ky This offer is not good where tfI p Evening Post has an agent o NOTJCE CIs In tho district court of tile Unit States for the Eastern district of Ki fe tucks tr In tho matter of VlllInm W Wnl nl Stanford Ky Sept 19 1910 A mo1 ntbe Ing of the creditors ot the above na oil who has been adjudged bankru of salStahford deteound for till transaction of other lit nuBB ns may come before Ul o meoUAComply with tioc 17 or tho act concerning proof of claims nth wlBo your claim cannot bo allow Feruptcytie bhno He 4rbeHoed wit ant FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 23rd 1910 THE STANFORD KENT UCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL 3Iy J Ap palachian Exposition Greatest Eyer Held In The South At Knoxville Tenn SEPTEMBER 12 TO OCTOBER 12 Magnificent and mammoth build ingsMore to seo and amuse than ove offered at a Southern exposition 110000 In purses for running and t trotting races maIlajid other aeronauts Sao the air j lidlpe M 25000 In matchless tire works grand battle of the clouds and Pains Fall of PoBpellMulfaallfl famous wild west and 2Idiner shows of note Greatest betide In all America i L ADMISSION TO GROUNDS 60 CENTS IN DAY AFTER 6 PM I 25 CENTSa Remember These Speclsl Dates 1iNight horse IbowSept 13 11 35 Bench ShpwSept 22 23 24 Pigeon and pot stock show Sept 27 Oct I Poultry show Oct 612 Wright Brothers airship days Sept 1223- Stroobles dirigible baloon Every day Sept 12 Oct 12 Pains tire works every evening 1 y Sept J2 Oct 12 Rattle of the clouds Sept 1924- f Fall of Pompeii Sept 26 OcU Special rates every day and remarkably low railroad rates to Knox Vile and return on Tuesday and Thursday an follows Utanford J350 Moreland 1370 Junction City 1370 See This Great Exposition W J OLIVER President STIRRING TIMES JI wo are having In tho building line We carry a full line of lime plaster I cement and everything olio needed t for building Everything purchased here will bo found of the best quail ty and the best for intended purposes We will save you trouble and UBDOCM r racy expense by sending to us for an I estimateJ ALLEN Stanford Ky 1NOTICE In tho district court of the United States for tho Eastern district of Kentucky In the matter ot Clarence J Sipple Bankrupt By virtue of nn order entered by J Notice of Sale on Bankruptcy N Baundcr referee in tho above styled case I aa trustee of same will on Saturday tho 22nd dty of October A D 1910 between the hours ot 10 oclock a no and 3 oclock p m on the promises being 52 acres of Lana land situated in Lincoln county Kentucky on the waters of Green river adjoining the Denbam farm and lying near the postoIBce of Jumbo Kentucky expose to public sale to the highest and best bidder forcash hand the above described tract or parcel of land together with nineteen acres of land adjoining same now owned by Clarence J Slpple the bankrupt above named and also onehalt interest in the growing crop upon the said land Given under my hand this the 19th day ot Algust 1910i- IU A DYCHE TrusteeI A RELIABLE MEDICINENOT A NARCOTIC Mrs F Marti St Joe Mich says Foleys Honey and Tar saved her lit tie boys Ufo She writes Our lit tie boy contracted a bronchial trou ble ana an too doctors meawine did not cure him I gave him Foleys Hooey and Tar in which 1 have great faith It cured the cough as well as tbe choking and gagging spells and he got well In short time Foleys and Tar has many times saw Shugarswand Tanner MONEY CANNOT BUY A BETTER PAINT THAN IIANNAS6REEN SEAL The Paint possessing every essential quality Nothing In It but what should be there Nothing lacking that will Improve It Pigments scientifically combined and finely ground In Pure Linseed 011 Paintr0 that outwears all others and that In wearing away dos ao gradu ally leaving a perfect surface for repainting ron BALE BY L L SANDERS Crab Orchard and G B PRUITT Morelandi 7 MR JOHNSON AND THOS SENATE RULES i Joy Dcckham in State Journal The Bowling Green News Ina very labored and painful manner has recently undertaken to defend Mr Ben Johnson tot the part he tools in tie preparation of the infamous rules of the last State Senate and his record on the temperance question We odo not believe that tho News even in the ardor of its support of Mr Johnson would knowingly mis represent the facts in the case but It Is apparent that Ita editor has been made tho dupe of a very erroneous account of them and this belated effort about eight months after the oc currence to defend Mr Johnsons part In framing those rules Is t a most palpably weak excuse for him It Is noticeable that so long a time has been allowed to elapse before a denial or explanation should bo of fered and only can the delay be accounted for upon the theory thai It baa been desired that the recollection In the minds of the people about the whcde transaction should be given time to fade Our Bowling Green contemporary lute either forgotten the facts or else it has been grossly Imposed upon The State Journal frequently and cor rectly at the tim J gave the facts and Its statements of them were never disputed No newspaper In Uio State and no man so far as it could bear denied the accuracy of Its statements At the opening of the session of the General Assembly last January two of the most active and busy men In Frankfort not hating official duties Item were Mr Bon Johnson and Mr John Whallen It was generally un stood that they were here help lug to organize the two houses It appeared that their oHorts vero Jl1Ir1 tlcularly directed towards organizing the senate and thatil WM organleJ to a queens Miito r rather to a brewers taste every ono must admit The rule il5h worn dltoHIy if not cland MUtKv railroaded thrcnuj wero a monuroii iiioukitry of rTlia mentary Justice and plauml abso lutely iu the hnnd of two or three members the Control of emulation Speaker Cannon In hl8 palmiest days never had anything so bad and unfair Senators Linn and Combs had crvargo of prupanuc them and seemed to have Momo outside assistance In the work The rules they prepared were so raw that they evidently feared to put them to a vote of the Senate so they bud taken the pro caution as they thought of putting In the resolution directing them to prepare the rules a provision which read like this Said rule shall be conic operative when reported to the SenateMark the significance of this clause It says When reported not when adopted by the Senate One of those Senators stated that the clause was put In the resolution at the suggestion of Congressman Ben Johnson In some way It was left out of the reso lotion when It posed but those Sen store thought It was still In Isnt it rather strange that no denial whit over made about the Congress mans part of it Now our friend the UY1IngThe News knows that the reBolu1I tlon referred to was written by Brown and that Mr Johnson happened to enter tho room where tho resolution was being prepared and offered a sug gestion which If It had been adopted would have resulted in the refusal of the Senate to adopt it In fact Mr Johnsons suggestion was to prevent deception and had it been adopted there la no doubt but that It would have served the purpose for which It was Intended Now that Is the most curious ex planation we have ever seen It is useles to discus It It speaks for ItselfMr Johnsons friends may well want to exonerate him however vain he had Ray part In Ui0 Inauguration of those rules They were as bad as they could be made They fixed it so that the Senate was never given a chance to vote upon the county unit bill although a majority of tbe sena tors were pledged or had proved to1 preventingItacent although ninetenths of the peo pin of Kentucky favored it and even as it was by some hocus focus they succeeded In putting a cloud upon the tuethodd They made it possible for the lobby lead Eiaong control1leglBJutlOn wicked Mrs Wllmert Lincoln 111 back to perfect She I suffered with kidney my ap petite very at times A few I got Kidney a me so until I am in perfect Shugars Tanner The Human Heart The heart Iea double pump through the action of which the blood itream is kept vweepinjg round round through the body at the rate of milan hour Remember this our bodies will not stand the strain of overwork without toDd pure blood more than tbe engine can run ly without oil After many of in the practice of medicine Dr R V Pierce when the stomach was out of order the blood there were symptoms of general break down a tonic made of the flyccrtc extract of certain roots was the best This be called Dr Pierces Golden Medical DiscoveryB- elnJ made without alcohol this M Medical Discovery tietpi the b to assimilate the food thereby curing is epcia lr adanteo1 taolscasca attmded with excessive tissue waster Ratably in oMrvmlestene irom v riott e- Leven for IbiD blooded people those are slways catchJB coid i Dr Pierce Common Sense MedIcal Adviser is iietpqreceipti13tone teat stamps for tbe bound book of 1COH Addrets Dr n V Pierce 663 Main N Y I Some typewriter advantages which when investigated I inevitably to the selection of the Smith Premie- rsi a- I chasgeUPlatens Rcrenible T buUtof Rack CanineComplete Keyboard Stencil Cutting l PeleetoLincLock Bus B chrome Ribbon Uniform Touds Bill Bearing Type Column PuagripW Decimal Tabulator Perfect FadWes IttenhacgubU Carriages Riaht wd Canuge ReluM Lam t Rack VwbIenWruj Pro edRiktoii Gear DnenCama Ribbon Controlled tom Keyboard Vaable and Unimul Uae Spacer Perfect Dust Guard Back Lora Carnage Retarder Improved Marginal Stops Escapement Speediest ever devisedC Straight Line Keyboardand A Key for Every Character career Jacob found her way health writes trouble and backache and was poor weeks ago Koleyb Pills and gave them fair trial They gave great relief continued now and again health and wonderful end seven that any smooth years study active found that impicre and corrective dyspeptic and who Preach cleth pager No Street Buffalo Br easy action running ttI KENNEDZII c I Will be Glad to 1 Serve any of his Lincoln County Friends and Ac- quaIntances REPRESENTING PETER BURGHARD OF LOUISVILLE WOUS t S GLAD TO EXHIBIT DESIGNS OF MONUMENTS AT REASONABLE PRICES ALL WORK GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION t1 rthe Lincoln County national Bank Of Kentucky CAPITAL i 50000M s SGOOOtkrIIRESOURCES CASHIERilBASS CA8W 7 HAYS FOSTER CLER- KD1RE07ORS W O Walker Stanford S H Snank Stanford Geo W Cart r8taafcnl iI John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford T C Ra kin TraylorGilberUH Cummins Preachereville Ltlburn- Qooch Gilberts Creek I FIRST NATIONAL BANKST- ANFORD KENTUCKY ORGANIZED IN J882 CJPITAt STOCK 50000 SURPLUS EARNED 22000 HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS 2JO Ir tiFDepoaltOFFICERS I S Hocker President- S TIHarris Vice President H C Baughman Cashier W W Saunders Ind Bookkeeper J n Harris Bookkeeper DIRECTORS F Reid J H Baugbmaei D Elmore J M H C J F Cummin S T no C Robinsos E C Walton J S W H Murphy RURAL TELEPHONES MR FARMER Make home as modern for family as a- residence ice and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotaone at any time This can accomplished by means of our telephone service Ihtcn you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared withJ tie bonenU received Call or address our nearest office or direct to Vdljuirters Nashville Tenn for information regarding our special Fie iklrbl rate If you are not at present enjoying telephone service tvtc Jari immcdiately interest you Our lines cover the States ot EttntucKv te ti MisaiBsippi Louisiana and the Southern portion of Indiana avdJ QllnMk EAST TENNESSEE TEL A TEL CO olt nlooaPOaATxatt A siige motion is quicker to makes twoOnly one motion is needed to make any character desiredon the complete sTraightline keyfor every character keyboard of the light Stanford Model 1 0JI 1 1norPrEmnieWrite for information to The Smith Premier Typewriter Co Inc Syracuse N Y Brandies ererwhere M Pettus Baughman Harris Hocker your your Jjipo 1- r ED 4 THE STANFORD KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNALFRlD1Y SEtTEMBEIl 23rdly Ioe fiiE INTERIOR JOURNAL Established 1872 EVBRY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY At fl Per Year In Advance HELTON SAUFLEYPubllshe Entered at the Post Office at stan ford Ky as Second Class malL In a statement in which he declare that the crusade which he feels 1m pulled to wage against the liquor Interests of the State and nation Oer shadow a personal and politic friendship of 20 years William J Dry an announced he hpd bolted the head of the Democratic State ticket In Nebraska and would not support Jarai 0 Dahlman for Governor Mr Drys says ho regrets that he IB compelled to take the stand he does his first departure from political regularity but says he feels It is his duty to do so because of the position taken by the Democratic nominee on the U quor question The statement which In a way is apologetic to none does not indicate that Mr Bryan will support the candidate of any other pal tjr but Anounces that he Is a pronounced advocate of county option t and the early saloon closing law both of which he Insists are menaced by Mr Dahlmans candidacy Congressman Ben Johnson complain ed at the committee meeting at Lex- Ington that democratic campaign com mlttees in the past have been run In I the interest of some candidate or ot er A Russellvllle paper aptly says that as Mr Johnson was chairman of the last State campaign committee he ought to know what he is talking about Wonder whose interest that committee was run in As the Job tan candidacy sprang fult fledged from from the committees headquarters at Louisville looks like Johnson was right after all at least concerning one campaign committee Heres luck to the Eleventh district democrats and their nominee but we are afraid that the Powers strength Is I too strong for them What they fall to get In the Eleventh bemuse of hln the party will obtain out In the State however for this nomination hat made thousands of new democratic voters for the ticket this year and next I State Senator Ely Bertram of Clli ton county was nominated for con l I gress by the democrats of the 11 U district In convention nt Somerset yesterday Senator Bertram over came a repunllian luajorlly of iouo to if be elected to the State Senate and If anyone In the 11th can defeat Powers 1Congressman Ollle James of the first district has announced his candidacy for U S Senator to succeed Senator T H Paynter Big 01 Is n mighty big man In mare ways than one but he Is going to have one of the biggest jobs on his hands he has ever tackled yet r1 Roosevelt is having the fight of his life for election as temporary char man of the New York state convention The Sherman leaders claim they have the lion hunter beaten but i we wont believe It until we see It justfthe first blow In a fight Its ap old law In Kentucky ii Early Morning Fire DESTROYS LUTES BROS STORE AT TURNERSVILLE t Fire of unknown origin destroyed the Lutes Bros store at Turnersvllle r early Wednesday morning It had Just been sold to James F Cash the other hustling Turnorsvllle merchant but be had not yet taken possession 4 I Mr Gash owned the building which 1 was Insured for 1000 while Lutesf Bros had about 13700 on the The blaze broke out atoutl oclock Wednesday morning and the family I living Upstairs over the store had toI make a quick escape No clew to the cause of the fire could be discovered A It IR understood that Mr Cash will re the storeroom soon 11ulldj You never take a chance on a lire night or day If you are protected hit the companies represented by Jesse- D Wearen tho Insurance Man 1 i O L Penny guarantees Hybrael to P euro catarrh coughs colds and sore throat or money back You take no CornpieteI mil CO cents ijl I o fd Here is a Remedy That F t I i Eczemaj jJ Why waste time and money expert mentlng with greasy salves and lo 1tlODII trying to drive the eczema from underneath the skin when the druggist at the drug store guar antees ZEMO a clean liquid prepara i lion for external use to rid the skin o the germ life that causes the trouble Ono application will rev lieve tho Itching and oftentimes one bottle is sufficient to cure a minor case of eczema In over 2000 towns and cities in Vmerlca the leading druggist has the agency for ZEMO and he will tell you of the marvelous cures made by this clean simple treatment ZEMO 1Brecosnlz d us the cleanest and most popular treatment Jpr eczema pimple dandruff and all other forms of skin or scalp affectlpns whether an Infant or grown person Will you try a bottle on our recommendation Pennys drag store ta tI The Past and Her Men OLD TIME DEMOCRAT TELLS OF THOSE HE KNEW Dear Mr Editor I wroteto you several years ago and spoke of bygone days In old Lincoln county and her men nil of JudgeNapierJudge Cook all fine and good men Miller Warren 11111 Welch and George Saufley and his great father than whom no nobler Jurist and gNat er orator ever lived and as brave a soldier as ever followed Morgan on a battlefield Who can tke his place No one Hut I hope you will select man who has always been his frIend and not his enemy lion Geo Stone and C C Fox and Charles Harilln were all his life long friends and If- Lincoln wants a man she has Joe Pa ton and Alcorn all of these would make ODd men for the place It Cot Brecklnrldge could call bnck a few years how I would like to shim take Sauflcys place and Judp Saufley would say Amen well donc my good and faithful servant He was my true friend We ran against one another but were always frlendl to the last Old Lincoln stick to your men if he Is n good man dead or alive Madison county was the place of my birth Fuy ette of my manhood but old LlncoltJ and Garrnrd of my boyhood and love them still All of my boybood friends in Lincoln are dead except Sam Baughman Jim Ed and Mack Bruce George Warren and Bob Portel Gone to try the stern realities of atJ unseen and unknown world We will all soon have to go and I wantAto s to my Mend that if I t 1i1lm in that beautiful city above T yal true to him willie he W1S living and am ready to die for him after hll death If necessary We used to talk for hours of the past at night when he was holding court at Danville He asked me one night If I had been over where 1 WAS telling him of what hap pened to me at lit Arie North Caro llha in 1870 when I was there with a lot of mules of Col Helms Ho tben told me of his luck there as a soldi I only know of a few of my fathers friends that are left Uncle John Bright I was at his wedding about 70 years ago Dr Owsley Mr Sam Embry the Is related to Judge Walt ker Mr Sam Shanks I met his accomplished daughter Mrs Tate at Crab Orchard this Summer I knew her mother In Madison county Iack Huffman 1 remember wbpn he and Mr Pulllara built the Tribble Hone on the Danville pike It was burnc many years ago I knew Col Lackey and Col Guest when a boy 1 stayed with Col Guests father when a little boy going south and his mother gave mo some cheese and light bread to take with me next day and the Co has a warm place in my heart for It yet I remember all of our great men In Crittenden Uunlay Bell Brcckli ridge Stephenson all great men One of the greatest debates we eer tad was between Mr Bell send M- iBrecklnrldge at Harrodsburg nnd rodsburg and Mr Bell and Mr Steps euson at Lan5llleall great aud mlgr ty men This was before the was Mr Bell and Mr Steph Richmond They were running for Governor I have heard all of tbe great men of the South Stephens Hill Gordon and many others but bill and Brecklnrldg0 could come up to any of them Let old Kentucky come back to the days of Clay Crlt radon Marshall Brecklnrldge Stephenson Dell Slagoffln Beck Dunlap nott and many others of gone by lays and roll up 30000 majority next time for the old democratic party I received a letter from Judge Sauries- i few days beiore he died God blest tint I hope he is at rest from the rials of this lite one of the greatest ind grandest noblemen of them all You run the best country paper In the State und I wish you much success A DEMOCRAT OF THE OLD SCHOOL BRACKETT Little Clarence son of J W and Emma BracketUis to bo a guest Ith the angels fleeivhs wthus but few short months but he made many friends He was the Idol of his rather and mother and loved by all whe new him Ho passed from the stage f earth action on the 16th of Sept IlO bring about eighteen months old and left father mother one sister two half sisters one half brother and a test of relatives to mourn his loss hut to all these we would say weep not for your great loss Is his eternal nln and besides all this God offers vou conditions of a reunion with little Clarence Clarence cannot come to you agilt mt you shall soon go to him Truly chile the years an endless host come pressing swiftly on the brightest names that earth can boast Just glls ten and then are gone A P DRA KErr Stanford PUBLIC SALE Having decided to give up house etplnp I will offer or sale at my tone on Danville avenue on Saturday September 24th 1910 at 2PkM uy entire effects consisting if a number of bedroom seta of oat and walnut two wardrobes parlor and lying room chairs 1 set of china 95 pieces 2 tint racks 1 of walnut 1 of lak mirrors attached 1 walnut side- Board Kitchen utensils of every kind I handsome bookcase also good cider mil sausage grinder Ice box Ice Team freezers tables and in fact eVerything that Is necessary for house teeplng Two gooJ milk cows Will be offered one of them a flue butter maker Perms cash J P Chandler Auctioneer MRS SALlIE R SAUFLEY MR AUSTIN DEAD A telegram has been received by his wife at lancaster announcing the sudden death of Thomas Austin in Bat lie ttceKr tfchTntmlii morning lie went there last week In settrch of ealth He was one of the best known uslness men In Lancaster Al YOpCANBUY Your coal cheaper right now than any time in the year Let us fill your FOX1RIDGE cts per bushel Clean CoalNo Slack Phone 11 J H Baughman Co Notice IWe have A Baw mill for eale with horsepower bailer 30 hp engine a new saw mill for sate H cash balance In two four and six months with good notes Kings Mountai Planing Mill Kings Mountain Ky I FOR SALEI Small well mproved farm outside of town limit between Stanford and Rowland containing 25 12 acres goof house out houses new barn tint young orchard water at house ani barn Would make n good dairy of truck farm for right man- I also have farm of 104 acres of un improved land situated on Dlx river and county road This land Is all Ip grass except 1C acres which is In cult vatlon This land will grow fine to Dacca or corn and has some fine tim her on it Will sell cheap and make terms to suit tho purchaser or will trade for town property For Information write or call on me at Row land Frank Cordier Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local application at ibis cannot math UK dfc wed portion ol tae tar Tlxrt to wit 00 wt la run dcalotM sad that tt by coutttuttooal manilM Iwlnn H cauMl by an uuianiol foodniou ol UM tnucoui hart ot UM Eustatbtan Tuba Wlwa thli tube M faountd fOIl bare a nuobuo aouod or tm ptrtttt hearing awl vbm It h courtly clotnl Dear MM a UM roult and uolto UM taOaimiutloa ran betaken oat and this tube mton4 to IU aomal moillIon brartt wW be dntroyrd tonvttt ere tort DOIhIIICbutWe will gin OM Ilondnd DoOan tor any eat oCI Dtatan cauMd by catanb that cannot be tjr Ilairi Caunb cure end for circular Inc- T cvn41 3 CUENEY A cos Sold by Drurrtu fie Takl llilll Family rule tor COBittyUOB REAL SANITARY PLUMBING Saves its cost over and over ngiilu In lessened doctprs bill But you must bo sure that it Is real It isnt the white basin and nickeled pipes that make sanitary plumbing It Is tin way they are put together Have us do your plumbing We have the know howW K WARNERh- one 188 Stanford Ky No B Northcott LANCASTER KY BUYER OF All Kinds of Farm Produce Stanford Branch T K Tutor Mgr WE ARE PAYING TODAY FOR ERgS i8i j hens 10ll Fryers ll12c Turkeys 12lDi Ducks 7Sc- 5ShAtRoosters per lb Hides per lb 7e Feathers 1540 LIME AND SALT FOR SALE OR IN EXCHANGE FOR PRODUCE We can please you Phone 153 J G Riddle CRAB ORCHARD KY Buyer of All kinds of farm produce and an paying today for1Hen8j5tiv5i9i2 to Id rggsr r7I1cSpringers i 11 to 11 Mi Roasters 5 to 5 l2 Turkeys 12 to 13 Ducks 7 to Si Hides 6 12 to 7c Feathers 15 to 43 Meal Flour Ship Stuff and Chick n Fcedlar ealeornin exchange for Produce Phone 20 4Mr bi NO TROUBLE TO HARNESS the hprse If the harness was bought here Our heavy harness especially Is built so It will not chafe or gall oven under the heaviest pull Use It and youll get more work out of your horses Have less money to layout for ointments and tore remedies too J C McCLARY Stanford Ky eISeePROFESSIONAL AND- IUSINESS QAftDS KINCAID 8 FOSTER All Kinds of Insurance Nothing but the Bet Companies Office at State Bank A Trust Co STANFORD KENTUCKY MINKS HOTEL Abe Minks Moreland PropKyNew Hotel Opposite Depot and Stable Special Rates to Traveling men Everything Brand New Single Rooms to M NEWLANORepresenting The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co The leading annual dividend Com pany Its distinction Is due to adher ence of successive man ements to the principle of mutuality W W URGIN DENTIST Office at Residence CRAB ORCIARD KY DR T W PENNINGTON Dentist Hours 83012 AM and 1 to 4301M oitice Myers House Bate Stanford Ky DR W N CRAIG Oculist and Optician lJince over H J Mclloberta Store Stanford Ky PRESSED STANDING SEAM GALVANIZED ROOFING Large Quantities carried In Stock EADS TIN SHOP Stanford Phon 114 JOHN COOK I Veterinary Surgeon and dentist Specialist on all horse and animal disease Stanford Ky Phone 194 WILL ADAMS Livery all kinds of hauling Furniture Stanford KyPhone 173v MASONS MEETING No eo KI A M wllImee- tntatedcommuntcatlononeach fret And bird Monday nlnhU ol at Its clock In their ball on main ttrrftt Mum ord Ky MfmUrnof ltlr lodge lire Ira nolirlnvltMlto w preheat T W len alORton Bee J J DELDEN i r house rnrrlcR and ilgn pnlntlnedfro i r tlve irftptr hanging oho buggy of an kinds such recovered curtains and boots made MtoporerAtdrdge black I mtth shoP Writ Muln Ml Ky Phone Noes 4 J J BELDEN I LN T1METKBLEN- o I 21 Month UsM PM No XI Month 1015 A M No 14 orth4 10 A ortNortb6r9 P No 77 In4o A M xINo SIt dv p X I JOS S RICE A I DRIVEN FROM HOME by fires fierce ravages what a com fort to the family to know their fire Insurance policy will provide them with another Have us issue you one today to that you will be protect ed in case such a disaster happens u you Its worth the cost just to know you are protected Fire insurance saves you from worry as well as ruin W S FISH STANFORD KY PHONE 200 iFall An Winter Suiting My new fall and winter samples are now ready for your inspection They comprise the best on the market 1 can suit any one as to price who has his clothes made to order A suit made to your measure Is preferable to ready made clothes To have them made to measure doesnt cost anymore than ready made when quality and fit is considered Come In and let me take your measure 1L 0 Itupley the Practical Tnilor5 EXTRA OlM We know the extreme Large Men have trouble usually getting garmentsLarge Enough This time we feel we can better please you than ever before We t run our suits to I r v Size 50 Trotisers52 OVERALLS to 50 UNDER r WEAR to 50 WORK SHIRTS And Dress Shirts to 19 inch Collar Extra Heavy Suspenders No 12 Shoes 7 58 hat and 34INCH w V UMBRELLAS Now say we havent BIG IDEAS V I and BIG CLOTHES c 1 IH J McRoberts BFIEfiS gaSEG L Penny II II Coffer EII Coleman Ice Cream Sona Water m Fhozphatoz Grape Juice SM mAnd a Large List of Genuine mmtdStanford Kentucky SBB9B17BB3BJjBBJ3EBEE tjF3 I J LBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm en Also Dealers in Fur Theywillall Kindof Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right ITAN FORD KENTUCKY Harry JacobsDealer in and Manufacturer of Marblo and Crnnlto Monu monts Mnrken and Posts Cemetery and Law McKinneyOHIO VALLEY EXPOSITION Aug 29Sept 24 1910 A magnificent parade will take 3 hours to pass a given point will mark tho opening of the Ohio Valley Exposition Aug 29th 1910 Special low rates to Cincinnati 0 via the Q 0 route have been placed lu effect Ask ticket agent forpa icu furs W A Bccklcr General lessen ger Agent Cincinnati 0 cLi I t W A IDnyI I tStanCOId CONCRETING s t 0 It tcretinand In fact we CAn make IIn hlnl from r terseyoupricesbefore i 1PHILLIPSStanford Ky I I 1j 11 When Hungry GOTO- Cartoni Ilestaurnnt Lancaster Htreat 4 Htanford K Meals served at sit noun up to U JO r v Best plnco lu wn for a good quick i mcrl- nooklnz to cult ourcustomersourspecialty- splendid new line of fancy Oroccrlei 1 Uot Coffee Bnndwlchf ptesJButter milk I aadtt etititlkhte ailtihiee i I A CARSON Prop s 1t r 4 t F1i1DAY SEPTEMBER 13rd 19 JOH THE STANFORD KENT UCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL t foj t 0 ltDorit Get Chille4 To The Bone These Cool Nights when one of our OUTING or WOOL NAP BLAFKETS will keep you so warm We begin at COc for a pair of Outing Blankets and have all grades up to 200 and 250 for Wool Nap All Wool Blankets 300 to 000 per pair fnNl I SON Stanford Kentucky alr There U a new line of 26c box pa jj 1iespecial values at Pennys Drill A f Itora ALNOTES k r p r Mrs Albert Severance has beet 1 quite 111 at her home on Logan avenue Alfred Pence was taken quite 111 Thursday Air Fred Cook Is suffering from ar- nabcess In his tooth Allsa Mary Burdette was the guest 0f Mrs A J Evans at Junction CUr list week Allssesn Mary U and Lena fleck an the directive guests of Alls Anna r Chancellor Miss Mollie Brooks of Cmb Orch ard and Mrs C E Tate spent Wednesday In Cincinnati Ar II D Miracle of Cubage Bel county n valued I J subscriber la hero on a visit to hits father Join Miracle and family In the Green river gectlonMr and Mrs Bamctto of Lexlnp ton are visiting Mr and tIn Dlshon Mrs Dr J T Alorrls and daughter Josephine and Miss Ulllan Hlgno have gone to Now Market Tenn te visit relative and will also accent Nthe Appalachian Exposition before re tiirntng home The Warren Orlgiby Chapter U 1J will meet with Mrs Alfiry Burcl I the college Tuesday afternoon 01 half past two oclock Mr and Mrs Virgil Uo and llttl daughter of Allddtesborb are guest of Air Hugh Held The young mother wan formerly AIlss Mary Penning ton of this city Mr end Mrs J S Baughman All and Mrs J W Itiughrnan and ilea D M Walker attended tho Christla church convention at Owensboro thl weekCashier J C Bailey of the Cra Orchard flanking Co was ben Tnt tax To see his brother Bledsoe Bailey who continues confined to his roos with rheumatism Tho Covington Ky Post says Mr and Mrs Charlton B l lIft a- Ft Mitchell have announced the or garment of their daughter LetU Mao Cllft to Judge It G Wllllami Miss Clift lit among one of Covington hEindiomeit young women of posse ring great dignity of manner and cu- ture Judge Williams Is Commor wealths attorney of Kenton county The wedding will be In the Into tall This announcement will bo of Hair a Intgrett In Llnroln and dolnln counties where Judge Wiliiftms Is v popular HP is n former liockcnftl and has won tpwnly adopt agt Ms brilliant abilities in bill cdhonc Judge Arthur Peter of Louisville wan here on business this week CHOllkln day Mlselalpplhas + lung her i rcntg Mr and Mrs E T Pence Miss Mary Vanoy who was taken HI Hith typhoid fever while on a visit to relatives In Liberty Is reported do lug nicely Mrs Ella Green of Hustonvllle ar rived yesterday and Is the guest of Mrs Jennie Wolf on East Lexington avenue Danville Advocate All s Iaullne Mocker who is In Lox ington attending Transylvania Is ink graduatedInMr Joseph Mack Saturday for his homo In StanfordI nhoro he will attend school The ninny friends ho made here regretted to see him leave Dnnvlllo Advocate Mrs S Portman of Lexington and Mrs J K Iortman of Stanford ar rived the first of the week on a visit to the family of their sister Mrs Lily Warren In the Carlton Block Mid dlcshoro Record MlM Kate Bogle left yestarday for the course at tho medical department Oxford Pn where she will spend n week with friends after which she will return to Baltimore and begin of JohnsHopkins university Dan ville Advocate I Mr and lm J M Kpane and daugh ter Miss RuUi Keanc of Junction City have returned from a trip through the oast They attended the meeting of tho National Honkers Association In Baltimore Mr Keane Is one of the- most prominent In Kentucky and at tends nil the big meetings Fred Garnett who has been quite- IIIJ for over K week was able to get UI town Thursday and Is Improving nicely now y- Illedsno Bailey was stricken WIth- AppendicitIs and a complication of rheumatism early this week and has- beenr confined t to his bed for some It timeProf E W Gibson who taught- here In tho gmdcd school tins just gone to accept a position In tho John eon City Tenn high school In tak- Ingi recent examination in West Vir ginia for a certificate bfe attained a general average of Iii 610 sin Wm Dunavent who with her tl husband has been living at Oklahoma g CHv tibia for several years Is tho o guest of her parents Mr and Mrs J p D Uflstln In the Waynesburg section t Mr Uunavent has recently moved to Kurt McCoy Florida to locate and- Itrs Pmmvont will soon Join him i Get Acquainted Now yrK you have not been wearing Hart Schaffner Marx Clothes It is pretty certain that you have thought about the matter at sometime or orther and you will never have a better chance to get acquainted with the best in mens clothes than right now at this store Why buy something Just as Good when the genuine costs you NO MORE T Cummins Wearen STANFORD KENTUCKYI It Is Your Move We have been busy for the last three months getting together a stock of Dry Goods Carpets Suits Cloak Blankets and Shoes that we believe will please our customers In our enthusiasm for quality and style we have not forgotten that the price plays an im portant part We bought our goods right and bought them to sell therefore the reasonable price prevails here Come and look ISHORT LOCAL NEWS L Fer So1le22 1100lb feeders nice one Dr Hugh Reid 692 MIPS Ella May Saunders on Yiday Sept 30 will bare a display of fall afad winter hata See them before ydu buy CO2 You are cordially Invited to attend our fall opening of millinery Friday Sept 30th Aliases Vandeveer 602 For Sale+ tlilodeigharoom house with lot and garden and all necessary outbuildings Also coal bins anc store building with good stock or goods Terms reasonable Call or write to Mre J C Napier Rowland Ky for particulars wIIIhavoMlF8 s Straub open Ing Sept 30th of fall and winter hats All ladles are Invited to call and see them How Uforbargain 119 acres of land situated In a good com munlty close to churches and school New five room cottnge 3 porches pan try and hall large barn 10 stalls and shed buggy house hen house etc Jlace well watered cittern at door fencing good and buildings all new All this farm can be cultivated and rood land Price t65 per acre Stanford Real Estate Company Tobacco growers will nna coke on Ideal fuel for drying tobacco Write or phone us Danville Ky Gas Light Company 65- 4LostPlain gold bracelet Reward for return to this office r Constipation and indigestion are twins They kill people Inch by Inch trap life away every Holllstcr Rocky Mountain Tea removed tho cause drives the disease away 35c Tea or Tablets Shugars and Tanner Lost ladles coat on Lancaster pike Return to this ofllco and receive re- ward For SaleThe houso on East Main street known as the Pennlngton place Apply to T W Pennlngton For Sale Fine black road mare 4 tij old standard registered A B Drown Danville Lost Pocketbook containing 2 In oath and other articles Finder may keep money if wilf return pocketbook This office I shod teach my usual class of art on Tuesdays and Thursdays at my borne on Danville Street 1essons in oil water colors pastel and china painUng Charlotte L Warren CJ3 Opening Announcement I Saturday Sept 24 10 You are cordially invited to attend our Semi Annual Display of Fall Millinery We will chow the SEASONS Latest Creations in Eat cm and Domestic Pattern Hats Trusting you will favor ui with a call DIIIIDANVILLE KY The tobacco men will hold a bigImcetnlg here to morrow to the pooling queet- lomrnt National Hank has bright ened up greatly with a new coat of paint within and without Insure property entuckys- own Henry Clay fire insurance Corn pany R M Newland Agent Delinquent scbool taxes not paid by Out 1 will be advertised L F Hughes treasurer 572t 50 land boxed cot tape good barn blacksmith shop and all other necessary outbuildings well watered and fenced close to churcl rind school Price only 11100 Stanford Heal Estate Company There will be an ice cream suppe at Rowland Chapel Saturday nigh 24th for the benefit of the Itowlan minion Everybody is Invited Col George DWeatherforda man friends will be glad to know that ho i- to return to Hustonvllle to make bls home as soon as he disposes of his stock of goods In Danville lie wll be associated In business with hits brother J 0 Weatherford Unknown persons dynamited Dh River for a considerable distance Monday night and thousands of fish ate said to have floated dead upon the surface The Danville Fishing Club has offered 9100 for the capture of the miscreants and an additional reward will be asked from the State Dr W F lllkleazdJ G Carpenter will speak at the Hubble Christian church Sunday afternoon at half past two oclock Dr Hlckles subject will bt What a doctor sees and hears that other people are not permitted to see and hear Dr Carpenter will speak on Antl Tuberculosis Alter a three weeks illness of typhoid fever of which she was very suddenly attacked Miss Daisy Hutch bon died at Oryantsville She was 111 years of age and the daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry Hutchison The Baptlst ChrtsUan Methodist and Presbytefrldn congregations at Hynttsville Garrard county have unit ed terming the Union church They will erect a new bhurch and employ a minister agreeable to the four denominations This Is the first union of the character so fat made In Central Kentucky J C Stanley of the Hubble sectlov has gone to Lancaster where he will nave charge of the establishment ul Gott Land Mr Stanley has many friends In Lincoln in county who regret to see him leave here The tax books otCrab Orchard grad ed school aro now ready and taxed are due The penalty will go on Nov 1 The books will always be at the office of the Crab Orchard Banking Miss Lackey TreiAsurerGoS LINCOLN COUPLE MARRY IN DAN VILLE Mr Churlos Dnnvillu AdvocateIties Mildred P coIn county young people were unit sd In marriage jit at 4 oclock yester at the Christian church parSOnage by Rev II C Harrison The bride Is a daughter of Mr D II Moore of the Megormack church action of Lincoln groom successful young farmer and18 a very osldea in the same locality The of Judge John S ride In 1 niece bore of Danville Immediately fol lowing tho mho ncinnatiSonth couple left ova C ern for a trip through the north J rajh aso7s1j 1 i1 ji tiaF t SEE OUR LINE OF o I HEATING i Ie t1Itr STOVES t u4t itl f PatETC og 0 1 W H HIGGINS IO- a Stanford Kentucky fir Ir iO f I J t New Kid Gloves We have secured the agency for Eskay Kid Gloves We have all Colors and Sizes at 100 and 150 t The quality is excellent All gloves fittediI SEVERANCE Notice of Election Regular terra Lincoln ounty Court held Sept 12th 1910 Hon James P Bailey Presiding In the matter of Ute citizens of the Wnynesburg voting precinct No 1 to take the sense of whether or not cat tie sheep and bogs continue to run at largo At a special term of the Lincoln county court held on the 31st day of August 1910 a petlUon signed by T J Burleson r 8 Reynolds B Jor don C S Guinn A D Morgan B Wheeled L a Gooch T O Gooch C C lIOO J II Wheeler II M Reynolds Mack Koontz W L Singleton Ai H Mitchell James Gable J 3 Wilson J 0 Wilson Caleb Newell Richard Maynard M L Datson Wm Spalding John G Orcutt Stanley McIntosh J H Preston W R Singleton Monroe Thompson J Sweeney F S Gooch Yantls Singleton E B Cald well M F Camden was filed In open court before Judge James P Bailey 3NIh colU11andsaid petitioners are legal voters ixVsaid Waynesburg voting precldcVNar 1 and this day the said pottUctt as peared in open court and tbcoest1being sufficiently advised It Is now ordered and adjudged Uaji an election be and the same tffh nH called to be held at tne next NoYdat ber regular election 11 1nWayss burg voting precinct No 1 1dt6txthe sense of the legal voWWidi ada Waynesburg precinct No1 ot Ofr question of whether hogs cattlqstart a sheep shall bo permitted to eofiUMtori to run at large and the clerlcoPtSita court Is directed to prepare anard 1 liver to the officers holding aaldferer tlon all necessary bailor booksaLrqulred by law A copy Attest GEORGE B COOPHK crCKg The young ladles circle of ttChristian church will have art eye change In Air J L Beailey sU Saturday afternoon Mr and Mrs Jobn Wentzel of Qfc tenhelm paid the 1 J a pleasaac call Friday afternoon t Tonic or StimulantThere is an immense difference between a tonic anctI jstimulant Up one day way back the next thats t stimulant Steady progress day by day toward perfect health thats a tonic Ayers Sarsaparilla fs as tbnic a strong tonic The only Sarsaparilla entirely free from J alcohol Do not stimulate unless your doctor says so Heknows Ask him Do as he says CAyerCoLowerrMu t Constipation U the one great cause of sickheadache biliousness indigestion bad I breath debility nervousness Has your doctor ever recommended Ayer1 PlllatoyectZ 1 r Io Bo W011 Dressoni When you get to be worth couple of million dolfarsv and buy a new airship every once in a while people wiltiforgive you when you wore rusty clothes asthey forgive a rich man pretty nearly everything But as long as you are just an ordinary person keep yourselflooking neat Its the best investment you can r + Imake For iJ Ij TEN DOLLARSa There is a suit here for you For 15 r2t weehave tbetter ones TftT T W E PERKINS1 r I CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY I fr ii S I 0- f IL R Hughes T W Humble W 0 Martin Ik I INow Dress O slJI b I We are showing a beautiful line of New Wool Goods in black and colors in the new diagonal weavesFrencb I IIclothest assortment of trimmings f we have ever shown in All overs Braids Persian bands and buttons Call and see us before buying t HUGHES MARTIN CO k Dry Goods Notions Shoes L STANFORD KENTUCKYIr n 1 L11IIm THE STANFORD KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 23rd 1910 r The Island Of Rweration iContinued from last Friday know it Now it it for him to ear what we will do Kate Kate cried Langford you cannot let this untutored avage I Not that said the woman for I bare taught him all I know and all I I believeYou cannot let him decide this Question continued the man passing over her Interruption Yes said the woman he mutt decide but whatever he decides what ever the relationship between this man and this woman is to be I can never be anything on earth to you Dont say that said Whittaker Think my dear lady what you do what this Pin offers you the position in which God forgive mel10ue- tand Sir said the woman addressing the lieutenant commander this man wronged me grievously terribly tie deceived me He brok krt Jt tfonandreepectYor now t rpagp The tact tha4k11ilitedeuly OtAlAlepass- don lay I am I beautiful made hint ie jera IIithe fact taatthe aaMwaytffca that be me COUldaMiJa1IUmPcJi tact nay and 1 hia down maalg tllin the more determined Kate Kate you wrong me Before God you wrong me1 + interrupted Langford youtLet her speak on said the man of the island It may be that you are right con tinued the woman It may be that 1beis higher nobler truer than I have I I should be glad to be able to think so 1 am willing to take your view of it his assertion of Itbut 1 do not love him Should I marry him I would bring to him a heart a soul a body that iiirns to some one else He could n Jvei be anything to me As I am qjrhrlatfan iftman a lover of my God and ay his Son I cannot sse but that I would be add tofanyrcoaventioaU I cannot see but that I would be detar as great er1 a greater Wrong th mid before in iaual lag all of lhesefltblsTlkave1barsed- what love 1 and what should ffce I will slot give my band and yield up my person where I cannot held my heart Anl there Is BO expiation or reparatloa that requires it of suet sip x jTplce that ion coerce me Into It I- Will notmarry you Valentine Lang ford I will accept your expressions as evidenced by your words by your presence here as teatlmohy to your is regret Indeed I realize that your con tfesslon was itself a great humiliation to a man like you And perhaps have spoken harshly of it But the bare fact remains do not love you I could not love you I dont even want to love you My heart my soul goes to this man she turned to her companion t the island whom up to today r have made and fashioned and taught and trained until these hours wh n he has broken away from me I lope this man who stands silent who thinks of me as a thing spotted polluted damned Him I love though he slay me yet will I love him Him I trust though he disobey me yet will I love him Him I will serve though he cast me ort yet will I love him And with this in my heart In which I glory and which I confess as openly and with as little hesitation as you confessed your shame1 give you my final absolute utterly irrevocable decision I TU not marry you I will not go back with you No not for anything that you can proffer nor for any reason that you can urge will I come to you when In my soul I belong to another Tnere may be no end to this but my despair This man may cast me off This man may trample me under foot The spots Upon my soul may loom larger in hIs view and hide what else Is there 1 know I have been forgiven by God I will not be for given by men but I tell you here and now again and again that I Will not be your wife I will be his wife or mansLangford turned away and hid his face In his hands Whittaker stepped forward and laid his hand upon the shoulder of the man of the Island He shook him for a moment You ataaid Immobile he cried sharply after such a confetnton as that after web an appeal What have you to say man You ought to get down orrour knees and thank God for the love of such a woman Aye aye burst out the deep tones of the old coxswain of the cutter So say all of us HOW GOOD NEWS SPREADS I am 70 years old and travel most of the time writes B F Tolson of EUzab town Ky Everywhere I go I recommend Electric Hitters because I owe my excellent health and vitality to them They effect a cure every time They never rail to tono the stomach regulate tho kidneys and bowels stimulate tho liver in vigorate the nerves and purify lustrength vigor and health thats a dally joy Try them Only GOc Satisfaction IB positively guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store God help me cried the man lift lag his band and releasing his shoulder from the grasp of the officer I did lovothls woman Think how It was think bow 1 believed In her No Chris tian ever believed in his god as I believed In her She told me what purity was what innocence was what sweet ness was what light was what truth was and I looked at her and saw them And you can look at her and see them now cried the officer No said the man I can never look at her and see her the same Oh Man Man I cried the woman The test was upon him Ho was falling Her sorrow her grief were more for him that for herself Dont mistake me said the man I cant help loving you whatever you are If you had been ai guilty as when he began to speak and when you corroborated him I fancied that you were I should have loved you just the same and I should have married you and I shall marry you This this awful thing has come between us but We will try in some way to live it down to forget It to go on u we wereHe stepped toward the woman She drew herself up to b rfullheight and looked him unflinchingly in the face No she said we are notaolpol as wethought W will nol marry add live together We will not bury this wrefc 1e4i happening lathepast in any tITlon I will marry no man- althbughpemayhapso iwboje heart who sot proud and to Jake me does oi realize that am as pure and as Intlo Dtpt1wrJnt anal shame Ube would rain think bis mbUlfoW he would absolutely know his wife must be I you that your nanhbed must be put to the test I told youitbat your love must be tried br fire What I loved In you was the assurance that1 you would survive the test that you would triumph in the trial It is not I that have been before the great judge this morning but you and you have failedKate said Langford he casts you off take me I swear to you that were Ian bis place Iwould not have hesitated a moment- I respect you more than ever said the woman but I dont love you and r cannot J will not take you Charnock said Whlttaker If thats your name ma to say here saving the ladys presence that you are behaving like a damned tool The man Ipokedat him dumbly an+ comprehendingly and made no reply It was the woman who spoke coldly Impartially She had seemingly alit tttsced the whole affair though al what It cost tp herself DO owe could know ISlr she said is there anyone on yourshlp empowered to administer an oath I have that power answered the lieutenantcommander Why do you ask 1 I wish you would bring some of your omcers here with paper and ink I wish to make a deposition as to the facts that t have learned concerning this man which may be of service to him In establishing his identity and discovering his history when he returns to the United States But are you not going back with us Miss Brenton 1 asked the omcer In amazement We are sailing for Honolulu and thence for San Francisco asII directly as we can go No said the glrlI will not leave the island You can take my friend hereThe Southern Cross said Lang ford is at your disposal Kate- I have had one voyage upon her neverWoman said the man of the Island suddenly if you stay here I stay here Without you I will not go Not so said the woman scornful lyIwould not be upon the same Isiandalone wftlfyeuagain You have failed me Her voice broke but she caught it again instantly and resumed her iron selfcontrolThen one of us must stay it shall be I No said the woman I have been In the world and you have not You may go and learnwhat it holds for you I have tried to prepare you to give you lessons Now you may put them in practice The island Is mine said the man I was hero when you came I shall be here when you return We shall see returned the wo man looking boldly at him The clash of wills almost struck Ore within the eyes of the two who thus crossed swords Meanwhile she turned to Langford it will leaVe the island and go back to your ship I shall be Very glad There is nothing you can do here You have nothing to gain by remaining Kate last appeal It Is AS unavailing as the first She looked at him steadily He saw that within her face and bearing which convinced him tbat what she said was true At least he said with the dignity of sorrow and disappointment if I have played the part of the fool I have done my best to Play the man He turned slowly away In a step the woman was by his side You have she said Whoever else has tailed me in this hour It has not been you Ii am sorry that I do not love you that 1 never did love you and that I cannot love out She reached herr band out Qoodby Good by be said if you think of me remember that I did my best to make amends and it you ever change I shall not chance said the wo rton Goodby He moved bfl down the strand eagle bis Bailers to Wm get late W I boat shoved off and was rowed over the blue lagoon and through the open lag in the barrier toward the yacht tocslBgrslowly upon the long swells of the Pacific As for you sir said the woman after sberhad watched Langford a lit tie while in silence will you go back and bring some officers ashore to hear mystoryAt I wish Miss Brenton said the lieutenantcommander gravely I The woman turned to her companion Will you go with themI And leave you here alone cried the man I shall be here when you comeback 1 give you my word upon it I I do not break my word You know whatever else you may have against me I have always told you tho truth If you will remember I said but yesterday that I was not worthy of you She smiled bitterly And in that madam said Whltta kercITe me leave to say that broke your record for veracity ouI Tin good of you to say oheturned Believe me I have taken more comfort from your words and fac lions In this dreadful hour than I bad dreamed it possible for area to give Now If you will all go away and leav- enfead not come back until evening I ifcalt be so gttdfaB thankful VOoae sir saU be lieutenantcom mander not unktedjy tqucking tile- nsQgoo the shoulder pa gentle mg1p1 eBl than accede ttf the ladys r2queetM i Suffering htmself thus to be per+ suao the man followed the omcer pkrtJemharkedfrom the Jihad Hit first touch with the world had separated him from line woman be lovesand who lqvd blm Nay his own frightful folly his own blindness hIs own criminal and heartless decision bad done that And the world Upon which humanity iqves to load the blame of Its transgres sions and with which It would fain share the consequences of its own follies bad nothing whatever to do with It In fact it was because bo was so ignorant of the world so utter ly unable to see things in their relative values and in relation we ascertain truththat he bad taken the tone that be bad used and entered upon the course which be bad followed He could only see one thing that thin woman who be Supposed belonged so completely ad entirely and abso lutely to him wbo was as fresh and uttpotttd from the world u be was l ooia been his own as jie had be longed entirely and utterly and abio lutely to her was different Tbat the difference was more iq his own imagination than anywhere else brought him no comfort lie still love lher be still wanted to marry her put be loved her In spite of her shame A greater a wiier man would have iioved ber because of ft And some day this fact which be himself was Inherently large enough toTjalfie cttnsehimthat be suffered now would be noth ing Whittaker was a man of great tact and shrewdness and one with a wide knowledge of the world He realized something of what was in the mans mind He saw in some measure how the proposition presented Itself to him and he felt a deep kindness and pity toward his unhappy fellow passenger CHAPTER XVIII Divided The best thing on earth for a man in the islanders position would have been isolation and a chance to think It over The worst thing on earth for a woman In Katharine position was Isolation and a chance to think it over If the man had been enabled by lack of outside interests to give free rein to his thoughts and let them draw him whither they would he might have ar rIVed at a different viewpoint whence be could have enjoyed a sight of tbe affair In all its bearings and could have adjusted himself to them but the opportunity he needed he did not get lie was Immediately plunged into an at mosphere of such strangeness to him filled with Much compelling necessity for attention that although he loathed the necessity thus Imposed upon him he was constrained to take part in the life that flowed around him Ills Instinctand was al most a woman in his Instinctive ca pacity was to be alone but it was impossible and In spite of himself what be saw distracted him The people he met did more Whlttaker hustled him below ot course as soon as possible and took him Into his own cabin Fortunately they were men of much the same height and build although the Islander was the more graceful symmetric and ir nA and he succeeded In getting him into a civilian suit of clothing for witch be had no present use There were both loss and gain in his appear ante There was no gain in the islanders feelings at least he thought not In view of the Irksome restraint of clothing and yet there was a certain satisfaction to his soul in bring no longer singled out from among bfa fel lows by the strangeness 6f hlsapparet As clothed the garments became him and it all depended upon your point of ylevr as to whether you preferred the bandsome barbarian with a hint of civilization in his carriage or the civ ilized gentleman with a suggestion of the barbaric in his bearing Whittaker reasoned rightly that the sooner he became accustomed to these things the better and that the time to begin was immediately He hid bad a hasty word or two with the captain before be took him below and when be was dressed and it required assistance from the lieu fciBftatcejBBander ere the unfamiliar I adJUlted1tbepart of the ship I Tile few sentences in which Whltta ker bad made his brief report to preparedImore than the simple authority of the master of a ship he had summoned to conference the surgeon and the chaplain It was to these three men there fore that WblttoVer and the Islander presented themselves The chaplain like Whittaker was a Virginian Hq had not noted the Islanders faca when he came aboard in his semisavage garb but as his eye dwelt upon him standing clothed and in his right mind before him he gave a start of surprise and so soon as the formal salutations had been ex Is the prnt Chsrnopk Marrjtdi chugged with a word to the captain for permission he asked Whittaker a questionI your pardon Mr Wbittaker but what Is this gentlemans name The word gentleman was used natu rally and unconsciously with an absolute sense of its fitness as everyone In the cabin could perceive- It is not rightly known said Whit taker but be la believed to be a Virginian of tbeI knew It said the chaplain Im pulsively he is one of the Charnocka of Nansemoad county Your recognition chaplain said the lleuteaaatcommander eagerly will ha of great value In determining this straagers aame and station The evidence of It Is circumstantiaL I do net know bow it will be retarded ln a- court ot ia- wtsways understood that the Charnock estate was a vat one said Capt Ashbyi a4 since coal bai bees mined on the Virginia lands It has become very valuable- It is true answered the chaplain Who holds it now asked the stir geon It is beld by ah old man lay friend of many years standing tbe brother of John Reveli Charnock I believe that to be my name said the Islander I have little doubtof ItM replied the chaplain continuing The first John Revell Charnock was lost at sea He and qls wife and young child some 10 years ago set forth oa a voyage around the world tot hef Health The ship In which I believe be had some ownership was called the Nansemond Jta course was traced as far as Val paralto thence it sailed for the Philippines and was never heard of again I know the story said the chaplain turning toward the captain because John Revell Charnock was one of my best friends aa is his brother Philip Norton Charnock who now holds the estateIs the present Charnock married No returned tho chaplain he Ian old bachelor That will make It easier for our friend here said Mr Whittaker provided the evidence Is thought convinc ingThe best evidence that he could pre sent returned the chaplain Ilia his face He is the living image of his father as I knew him and he has fam fly characteristics which I think would enable almost anyone to Identify him without question Sir said the Islander addressing the chaplain did you know my mother Tbat I did returned the old man Her name was Mary Page Thornton and she was one of the sweetest girls In Virginia And will you tell me about her and about my father and my people With the greatest pleasure said the chaplain kindly Meanwhile Capt Ashby and these gentlemen will wish to hear yourstory Take him to your cabin said the captain promptly and tell him the things he wants to know We can walt No returned theislandercan Wait I19ve w rs and a few hours more1 or less will make little difference You hare a- rightV to know my story and here it is Rapidly concisely with a fine dra made touch he told the story as be knew it of his life on the island lie thathetstrange relation which be gave them with personal touches He made no secret of jhlsMove and worship for the girl ot the Belief in her which he had cherished of the reverence in which he had beld her He exhibited that strange commixture of feeling with which be regarded ber as a human woman and as a demigoddess He showed that be was at once her mae ter aad her creaure1et through it all there ran such a thread of bitterness of grief of resentment otEbame that his auditors at first unpossessed of the key to his feelincs llstei ttQ1a 3t with amazement and could scarcely realize or comprehend He told the story ofthetwo lives up to the sight Ing of the ship upon the Inland sad then his heart tailing him he turned upIIt was a delicate matter of which to speak but the simplicity with which the first part of the tale had been pre- rented gave the omcer his cue He ofisense a rare man Indeed And he told the rest of the tale with a subtle sympathy for tho situation and the actors that en interI I almost made them see it as It transpired And what asked the captain when the Aral word had been said do you propose to do now Mr Charnock hadIwords as one In stream He bad been going over that dreadful scene on the sands His heart was lacerated and torn again He was blind to everything but the past He saw ber face dlsjily in the present He could see notblsg of bapptness la the future J dont knew he answered But surely this hit not made any difference In your feellaga f- I cant Jell The difference Is In heft kollg me i HSb Pmade a frightful mistake sai- dtheciptatblItpreulvrfrbut she bas nobly atoned and tubes dot what 1 thought she wasp said the man and If I love ber lIon her now hot because but In spite of what she II and t1ero Is a difference Miss Brenton Interposed Whitta ker at this juncture hu settled the matter herself She says that she will have no mans pity no mans con tempt that no man shall marry her on suffrance and that Right said the surgeon who was a man of very few words and generally good ones My young friend broke In the chaplain 1M might advise D tthll returned the islander with fierceness Is not a matter for advice I dont know the world or Its customs I must appear strange to you met But I take it that a mans choice of a wife a mans settlement of his future Is not a tblng that be brooks counsel OTeroAt any rate I want nose Of It Cove rlth eM sail the cbaplalb we will talk It OTeroI have Uve4 la the world be went engently Perhaps I can help yea Have we your permission to witMraw Cape Aahbyr C rUilyM said the captain TartfoB1 tee a ntosseat cbaplara Interposed Wbittaker but tbe young lady bas asked that some of BS go ashore to told h r dela1t1H as to the maters that bare been allege concerning our friend here Capt Ashby altl your Certainly Mr Whittaker I will go And If you will accompany me doctor and you chaplain I shall be glad Mr Whittaker you area notary public and can administer the necessary oathsVery Rood sir returned Mr Whit takerThe other gentlemen bowed their acquiescence The lady said she would like to be undisturbed until eveningAt bells In the second dog watch then have the cutter called away returned the captain peg pardon captain sold the stir geon but do you or any of you know this lady to be Miss Brentoc No said the captain I dont know her Do you Mr Wbittaker or you chaplain Well then said the surgeon as both the omcers shook their heads it will be necessary to have some one ashore who does know her In order to swear to her Identity to make her deposition worth anything There Is Langford said Whltta ker he knows her Very good said the captain send a boat over to the yacht and present my compliments to Mr Langford Ask him If he will meet us ashore at quar ter after five oclock Say to blm also that J should be glad to here him dine with me tonight at seven Chaplin will you and Mr Charnock take lunch eon with mo later Now to go back to the Island The woman otood on the strand proudly resolutely sternly erect without a 11IJot unbending until the boats reached the sides of tbe two ships Even teen she kept herself in the bonds of a control of steel She turned Slowly walked up the beach entered the grove of palms mechanically found the path and plodded aloaKlt still erect and unbending until the wind ings of the trail and the thickening of the grove bid ber from any chance watchers on the ship Then came the dement of yielding As If the tension had been suddenly released she reeled staggered her heart atatoststopped Her instinct was to throw herself prone upon the grass but she recovered herself In time and with the natural Inclination of the troubled toward the place how ever rude arid bumble it may be that is called home she summoned liar strength and dragged herself on through thefrees over the hll1 whence a backward glance would have given her a sight of the ships but she never took itdown the other slope serous the beach and to the cave which had been her baven for these three years Then and not until then did she give way completely She threw her self down upon the sand In the cool shadow of the great rocks in What to her bad suddenly become a weary land and outatretchedher arms as If to clasp the earth to ber breast in de favUte tIM man abs bad dreamed et Rand 1 trusted she had loved and lived for and lay there a silent shuddering wretched figure Her crushing disappointment at hit failure to rise to the measure of her ideal of him the total sad of her dream of happiness the breaking of all her hopes the closing ot all her ambitions the tearing asunder of her heartstrings whelmed her In agony She bad thought that never could hUt inanity experience more than the pain superinduced by the horror of her sltlon upon the ship but that pain tot talallsense ot loss ot dlaappolnmcnt despair She bad not loved before now she did and the sorrow and an gulch were measured by the depth and power of her passion The period on I the yacht had been an episode This was life eternal life or death shej thought And it shows the power j the episode that It had colored and would color was it darklyall the future I That Christian philosophy which she bad fondly believed she had acquired and In which O fatal errorshe had seaebow taken pride fell from ber like every other quality good or bad that Is developed alone It had lacked exercise Bee too had submitted W- ao tests since she had cone to the Wad Ebe badaurmgeaatgdsotaap- titeas She had fought BO battles fine hat net may ran by con juMt fae had not perfectedjereh feaafve 4IIPlly weapons by a serlraof araallercpafict would tfliti ber confidBce and courage to ribkt the greatani final battle Like- Xlijsh of old dismayed disheartened biokenshe prayed that she might die taere ea the Mads CHAPTER XIX The Mans failure At five oclock a boat put off from the big white cruiser conveying the Islander the captain the other officers and Langford to the shore The woman net them on the sand She bad dis carded her woven tunic sad was dressed la the faded blue blouse and skirt which she bad worn when she bad left the yacht and which she had scrupulousWen was It for her that tbe garments were loose and easyfitting else she could not have put them OB so spies dilly had she developed in waist and chest and limb 8ke wore stockings and shoes aad save fee a certain aa tural elegance and freedom la her bearing sbe lek4 much as shy other ban exeet that fw wan were M JteaHUfM M y1k iHer fa 4 alwaysVeelorle was paler BUM ever Soaetbleg oC tBf anguish that sbe ha4 grot tfcrMgVwaqae tblgY hf tbMlltlF Iat oSAktttat err at least aad tan the others eelda ttee the strong constraint she put upon herself ash the evfdenc5Y of abU ta stratat were paiafolly apparent After a momentary hesitation and a glance at the Islander who after his first swift comprehending survey of the woman stood with averted head she conscious painfully of his every gesture and movement tbe lieuten ant commander performed the necea sary introductions This ceremony over It was the woman wbo spoke I sent for you gentlemen she be gas In order that a necessary deposl lion might be made to enable If possi ble myehe paused and bowed for molly toward the Islander this gen tleman to establish his Identity upon 1 which as I learn from Mr Whittaker much seems to depend I have here But could you not do this more coniveniently later on the ship Mlu ton1 interposed the captain lie bad it been told that she Intended to stay on i the Island but be could not believe it We shall be very glad Indeed to offer you passage home The ship Is fitted for a flag and the admirals quarters are yours to command We are sailing direct to tbe United States with a stop at Honolulu and will be clad to re store you to your friends Sir said the woman I have no friends wbo care enough about me to welcome me or whom I care enough about to wish to see My mind Is made up I shall stay on the island at least for the present But my dear young lady began the officer Capt ABhby said the woman you are the commander of that IhlpT I am To you la committed tbe ordering of her course To me alone Miss Brenton You decide all questions connected with her on your own responsibility I do certalnly but V Sir this Is my ship this Island If I choose to stay here I cannot think you will endeavor to take me hence by force By no means Nor have I any more fondness for baring ray decisions discussed than you would have for bearing your orders argued or questionedeIt array island man roughly and If you stay I stay t We lose time said the woman t Ihortl1HI am here to give my teatl n moray you are reared to take it1 L i am Bfidotbe tleutenaat com s bandII Captain toll you conduct the aeces sary inquiry 1- CertalnlI r said the captain Mr rl Langford do you Identify this lady I I do sir answered Langford She Is Miss Katherine Brenton of San Francisco You say this of your own personal knowledgeYes thatfact r With pleasur- eI wondered said the woman hit UrlyV why yon aaae ck bared Cspf Asfcby formally He WM oat greatly pre oedwith the lmpei1 manner and demeanor of thto woman but ha did not nee exactly how ho could reo lent It or force any Improvement In it Wilt you proceed now with your Rtstory he continued Will you speak so that Mr Whlttaker who does not write shorthand can take It down Thereupon the woman told that por ton of her tale which related to the evidence which she exhibited the piece of the boat with the name of the ship upon It the dog collar the silver bOltl1e Bible the two ring These were marked sot down and sworn to The amdavlt to which she subscribed her name and to which she took oath on the very Bible of tho Island was brief though comprehensive and the little ceremony was soon over Mr Whittaker assumed charge of all tho exhibits The tale having been com plotod and all the little formalities got through with the little party stood around In awkward silence wondering what was next to come Mill Dronton Bald tho captain at last breaking tho pause It seems a shame For Gods sake reconsider your decision and come ot to the Bhlpl e- k No returned the woman quietly my mind Is made up Katharine exclaimed Langford extending his band In one final ap pealNot with you either said the womanMy dear young lady began the dowany pow ers as you poaiois a right to bury herself In this lonely Island T Is there no callTSir the woman Interposed your plea might move mo If anything could but Indeed tie useless as the rest Hear Wino then said the man abruptly even harshly The woman turned and faced him as unrelenting and as determined as sho had faced the others What could he larf There was but ono plea that could move her Was ho about to make that We have loved each other went on brokenly It was ray dealI est with my most settled determina lion to make you my wife That wish I still entertain that determination has not departed from me You have refused to marry that man And would you have me do soT asked tho woman No a thousand times no I am sorrier every moment that I look at him that I did not kill hire Hut hay ing refused him there Is nothing now that you can do but marry me And as you have refused him It makes It marryofdemands It My honor flamed out the woman Indignantly 1 have said It returned the man doggedly Gentlemen you will forgive our frankness said the woman turning to the little group who waited atlex- cept Langford wa6 had walked sway out of earshot and who resolutely kept his back toward the party but this thing has to be settled Now said the woman hI r Is no question df honor but of love I ask you Man do you love me as you did last night f IN he began falteringly You haw never told me a ljeaha CMtinutd You have never known anything but the truth Until L learned from you cried the man what you had concealed The woman smiled bitterly waving aside this cruel stab Tell me the truth Do you love me as you did last night f- It you will kayo It no said the man rushing to his doom I Men have taken a bullet In the k 01 breast a shot In the heart and for a 4hs Resolutely Set Herself to Wade Into the Deeper Sea moment have maintained their erect position Tho woman knew In that t J moment how such things could be But I love you still said the man And I still want you for my wife4 Last night went on the woman as If In a dream I seemed to you the embodiment of every excellence that humanity can possess short of the divine Yes said the man I loved you e as= t Do I still possess those qualities t in your eyes ft Ho hesitated lie strove to speak The truthI The truth whispered helpri man you still and you ought to marry mo you understandPtr r Listen said tho woman fiercely vi I did not go to that man yonder al k though he offered me everything that honor could dictate and that true at r HUH I did not love him although I have since come to respect him after I have thought it over It Isaot duty but love which II the compelling mo tive In this matter And I wont take you I would not take an angel from heavea unless he thought me Jn every particular alt that a weraas should be to a man unless he loved me with his whom heart and soulab solutoly unfelgnedly completely You dont I dont even think that I love you now You have been tried and tested and you have failed Gentle men will you tako him away I stay here said the man bluntly drawing apart from the others and I will kill with my own hands the man who lays a finger upon pie Sir said the captain this land I take It Is the United States As the ranking officer present I represent Its law It Is under my rule As to your choice I have nothing to say but as far as regards other things you will have to obey mo here as another citizen of our country And I know nothing of the United States or Its laws answered the man proudly I am a Taw unto myself The first lesson that the world will teach you sir returned the captain pointedly is that that position cannot bo maintained that the whold fabric of civilization depends upon concession by individuals of natural rights and upon tho enforcement of these concessions by other Individuals to whom has been delegated that powerI wish to learn It and that Is why I will not leavo this Island per silted the man It was the woman who Intervened She stepped close to tho man and laid her hand upon his arm You said that In sorao fashion you loved mo sho urged In some fashion I do ho replied- It grows late Captain can your ship lie by the Island until morning If you wish certainly returned the captainVery Man will you then go aboard the ship with these gentlemen and leave me alone hor for tho nightAlone madam oxcalmed the cap- taIn Certainly sir returned the woman There Is not a harmful thing upon the Island You can come back In the morning and we will discuss then what Is best to be done Really gentlemen she went on with a pita ous tremble of her lip for one moment losing her control I have been tried beyond tho strength of woman today If I can have a quiet rest If In the morning That It reasonable said the cur geon The lady Is In no state fori this discussion nor Indeed are you sir ho continued looking hard at the man Very well said the captain Come Mr Charnock you cannot refuse that request gentlemen Madam goodnight Ho turned away followed by the others Charnock for the raiment bee itated I give you one more chance whir pena thewoman In his earl I think myself fit for the wife of anyman dO you think sot Do you tovd roe Do you care for me as you did fast night Can you think of me as a1 II that Is sweet and lovely and nobfe abdpur and worthy of anymaniarrecton She bent closer toward him In the Intensity of her feelings The words rushed from her The man passed his hand over his forehead I can only say what I sold before that I love yom stllli that I rill marry you and that you ought to beIThat Is enough Interrupted the woman Goo bT She drew instantly apart fronvhlra Mr CharnockJ rang the captains voice Imperatively Slowly the IsUnder turned jand made his way to tkeMa after the others The woman4 thus left stone the Island was face to faqewlthal crisis which could only be met In two ways Either the must go away with the nianwr they must both remain on the Island1 Jt was possible that the captain tnlghVbo seduced to use force to take the man away but that was not likely and If it were attempted she believed with much foundation for her b f thatttbe manswho ha4 never beeneoerCed by a hitman being except her would fight until he died She could not go away with him she could riot live with hint on the Island A future opened before him She had learned that afternoon on the sand that If his Identity could bo estab lished ha woul4 be a man of great wealtha power a factor In the worlds affairs She bad had her ex perience In life her taste of power It did not matter about her It mattered greatly about him She had glvpn him a final chance lie did not love her as she would beloved He could not love her It was evident to hdrthat ho never would She had nothing to live for nothing to hope for nothing to dream about There was one way of cutting the Gordian knot she could die And yet somehow the Instinct of life was strong In her heart She crossed the Island to ser side where sho was hidden from the Ihlpi and went down to the edge of the wa ter She even slipped off the garments of civilisation and stood forth a primi Lave Eve and waded out a little way Into the lagoon The night had fallen and she was calm In the screen of the darkness She could easily swim out to the barrier reef clamber upon It and then plunge Into tho blue Pacific and swim on and on and fight and fight until the last vestige of her strength was gone and then sink down leaving him free and settling the question And yet the waters lapping about her feet held her back drove her back retarded her in her adancoI t t she woul Idea for want of trying She resolute herself to fade into the deep f iH That she waded was evi dence ot her Indecision Under ether circumstances or had she been clear In her mind as to hey course a quick run a spring a splash and she would haobeen In the midst of theJagocm She weat slowly and as the water grew deeper she went more slowly It was warm and pleasant In the la goon The slight difference of temperature between the water and the air ordinarily was only stimulating And yet the sea had never seemed so cold to her as It was In that hour She was young strong splendidly dowered with health and bodily vigor The mere animal clinging to life was Intense In her It does not minimize her heartbreak or her resolution to settle the question that she found It jiord to go on By and by she toppedI the waters now up to her wind blow gently toward the land and tho waves struck her softly and beat her back She stopped dead still and thought and thought wrestling with her problem full of passionate disap pointment vain regret despair con scious that life held nothing for her and yet clinging to it unknowing what would bo the outcome of the Titanic struggle raging In her breast between primal passions love of life and love jof man I dHAPTERXX The Repentance That Came Too Late For the first time In his lIfo the man of the Island played the coward Ho was afraid to be alone The others the officers of the ship that Is not Langford he bad jjope back to his own yacht declining the captains In vitation to Jllnncr would have respected the Islanders mood and have left him to himself but It was evi dent that he craved their society Whittaker and the old chaplain sue pected how It would be with him but they knew that sooner or later he would have to retire tq rest and soon er or later be would be alone And then his grief was so obvious that In accordance with a natural and commendable tendency they strove to cheer him up They encouraged him to ask questions They told him many things In reply that the woman could not have told him that ho had Halt dimly suspected but had not known They cleared up to him many things which had seemed mysterious and strange to him And on their part they marveled at the things be did know at the thor oughness with which he had been taught and at tho wonderful acute ness of perception which he displayed The woman had marveled at it too but she bad becomo used to It In three years of idtlnldcyThey saw It Im mediately with greater surprise In such engrossing conversation the long hours passed until the striking couplets ot the bell forward tolled night and It woe midnight No one had any desire to sleep In view of the unusual and stimulating eXiled ence which both parties to the Inter change df thought In tho play of ques tion and answer were enjoying Hut It was the captain hardheaded and practical who gave tho signal for retiring The men were not accustomed to disregard even the suggestions of the autocrat of the ship A spare cabin In the wardroom had been arranged for the Islander and there provided with the unwonted luxury of night wear after a hearty Goodnight from the lieutenant commander and a fervent God bless you from the old chaplain he was left to his own 4evcs The strangeness of his situation the soft bed the snowy linen the silk pajamas the con fining area of the cabin the sudden touch with luxuries of civilization would In Itself have kept him awake had he been as heart whole and as care free as when the woman had landed upon the Island Out Indeed the strangeness of these thins aroused no emotions In his mind at all for tho moment he was alone his thoughts Which he bad been fighting desperately keep upon other things reverted to her What was she doing for the Drat time alone upon that island What was she thinking He realized that ho moro than hecould she be sleeping These wore the first moments that he could give to reflection the first quiet hours that ho could spend In considering the situation and in get ting back his rudely disturbed balance There had been method in his training and he bad been taught the value of considering a series of events logically In sit their lights and bear Ings Lying In the comfortable berth he reviewed at length and deliberate ly the history of his life from the day that he had been born when he first bent over her sleeping upon the sand untIl that great glad hour when the earthquake enlightening him he tore the rocks asunder clasped her In his arms and pressed the first kiss that he bad ever given any one upon her lips rUnflinchingly he reviewed with what calmness he could muster the scenes ot the morning and the day He forced himself to consider in all Its lights and bearings the Informa Non that had been given to him He tortured himself by the deliberate slow recalling of every detail and then quivering as f under the stimu lus of some blow upon a raw wound he reviewed his own conduct Enlight enment camo to him In that dark and silent hour He discovered first of all that ho loved her that the check and countercheck and variation and alter ation In his emotions had been swept away to n great development ofa more transcending feeling If she should ask him that question on tho morrow as to whether he loved hrr r vu a7ybecause ne towedher more And then he discovered that be- wanted her iore than be i detet de sired her before that she was more necessary to him than ever he had dreamed she would be that here was no question of honor or duty Indeed bbeossingAndpurity even holiness itself that he had behaved to her like a cur that he had been neither grateful nor kind nor tender nor loving He began to wonder tearfully If after having failed so egregiously and terribly there was any possible chance that she could ever care for him again Fate had brought her into intimate contact he realized with two men One had treated hbr outrageously In the beginning and bad nobly made upends Lying Upon the Sands He hated Langford and yet his sense of justice forced him to admit that he had played the man at last while he the Islander had treated her outrageously and In the end had played the fool Was there a chance that she would forgive him The man was In many respects still a child His heart In those sad and dreary hours yearned toward her as the weaned baby turns toward Us mother And yet there was nothing weak or childish in his feeling He recognized his own powers his own capacities He knew then that she had taught him more things than are learned In books She had taught him manhood as she had tried to teach him honor and dignity and If he had failed oncejf he had derogated from her high standard ho remembered that It was through failure that men achieved He tried to comfort himself with these thoughts but with lit tlo success But by and by all these considera tins faded away or merged In a great longing for her He had never disturbed her in the stflL watches of the night althpugh he been tempted to do so But now the desire to see her to plead with her to beg her forgiveness not a low desire or a base onehe thanked God was so great that he could no longer sustain it He rose to his feet and looked out of the open port hole The dawn was graying the east Attired as be was in the loose shirt and trousers in which he had lain down which were not un like the tunic that he habitually wore save ttftttthe11fere of soft luxurious silk he opined the door of the cabin stepped oat through the silent ward roomhe had tho natural savage art of treading without a sound ran lightly up the companion ladder andI stepped upon the deck The the watch and his midshipman did not notice him Their eyes were elsewhere Heran swiftly across the deck and stopped at the gangway A mar ine stood there and started forward uhe approached Thats my island said the man Im going to swim oft to It and I dont wish to be followed Its a long swim elr ventured the marine scarcely knowing what to do He stepped fairly In the gangway as if to bar the exit It Is nothing to me said the man Stand aside Mr Hopkins called the marine turning toward the officer of the deckAye aye came from Mr Hopkins as be turned and started forward to the gangway The next moment the man had seized the marine In a grip which left him helpless lifted him gently out of the gangway dropped him carelessly upon the deck and bad flashed through the air Into the water By the time Mr Hopkins reached the gangway the halfdazed marine had feefWhatWhy Its the castaway sir the wild man that we brought ashore to dayWell Ho said he wanted to swim to the shore and did not want to be fob lowed tWhy dldnt you stop him T I did try sir but he picked me up as if I had been a and threw me aside and went Overboard The officer was In a quandary He had recelved ao brders to prevent the man from golng out of the ship He was nottquittnure what isle duty was At any rate he turned to the boat swains mate and bade elm call away a crew for the cutter swinging astern lIe directed the Coxswain to bring tho boat to the gangway and then sent the midshipman of the watch below to re port the matter to the captain and ask his orders I Capt Ashby ay ltxtinppencd was awake Hecatne ton deck immediately lu his pajamas und received confirma lion of the midshipmans extraordinary story from the watch officer It was tajn stared over the aide He could pwimmingthrpoghHa see Uw splash that he made la his rapid progress through the quiet seas Mn Hopkins he said after a mo meats thought tell Mr Cady the theboatsafely to the shore they are not to die turb him but to come back and report needshelpbring him back to the ship So much time was lost In these varl ous maneuvers however that when the order was carried out the boat had scarcely reached the entrance to the barrier when they saw the Islander stepping through the shallow waters to the beach There was therefore nothing for Mr Cady to do but come back and report the matter to the cap tamethen be reached tho deck of he found the executive of lUllgeontheir berths In consultation with the captain By Mr Whlttakers advice j he and the chaplain were Immediately sent ashore to see what had happened and what was to be done There was considerable anxiety In the minds of tho quartet who had been dealing with the affair heretofore as to what conditions might be They did not know the man They did not know what be might be doing or to what danger the woman whom they all pitied most profoundly might bo exposed Of all with whom he had come In contact tho lieutenant com mander and the chaplain were thono who would have the most influence over the man of the Island hence they were dispatched to the Island Another boat crew was therefore called away and the two gentlemen wero rowed ashore It was not yet sunrUe but still sufficiently light to enable them to proceed They were ata loss at first what to do for they ball not yet had opportunity for ex plorkighe Island They had learned that the cave in which the woman dwelt was upon the other side and that bills rose between the landing place and her abode They knew of course that they could get to It by following the shores of the Island but they had a reasonably accurate Idea of Its size and they knew that that would take a great deal of time Time was precious They were becoming more and more fearful with every moment They decided therefore to chance a direct march over the hill and across the Island By great good fortune they stumbled Into the path which was now sufficiently defined In the grow ing light to enable them to follow It They climbed the hill as rapidly as was consistent with the strength of the chaplain who was a rather old man and then having reached the top went down the other side almost at a runAs they broke out from under the palm trees they saw a dark object In the gray dawn lying upon the sands at the waters edge It was a human being undoubtedly As they ran to ward It with quickening heart beats they recognized It as the man He was lying motionless as If he bad been struck dead In a brief space they reached him The lleutenant com mander knelt down by his aide sad turned him over upon his back He was as senseless as if he had been smitten with a thunder bolt Is he atherakod the chaplain bending over him Mr Whittakers hand searched his heart It beats feebly be saldRtl- eem Ltdhave fainted collapse In some strange way I wish we hid brought the Surgeon I wonder what can be the cause of It Look said the chaplain He pointed to a little heap of something dark on the sands a foot or two awayWhat la Itr asked the officer The chaplain stepped over to It It Is the clothes of the woman he said In an awestruck voice and that Bible we were to take away with us with the otheE things but which she said she would give us In the morn lug Great heaven exclaimed Mr Whlttaker you dont think At the same Initant the same thought had come to both men It looks like It said the chaplain with bated breath Poor woman may God help her That Is what is the matter with him returned the lleutenant com mander H has sought her in her cave and her not found her He has discovered these things and he knows that she is gone The shock has almost killed him What is to be done now- Here the man of action Interposed Do you watch by him chaplain said thb lieutenantcommander rising I will go back to the landing Upon the other side and send for the doctor Then we will bring V party ashore and search every foot of the Island It Is a bad business To think of that woman offering herself to this man In vain The fo- olDontsalde chaplain He snot much more than a child In spite of all that he has learned We must make allowances for him He did love her evidently Look to what her loss has brought him Perhaps stricken by the hand of God his soul has gone out to meet hers Well we must fight for his life anyway Do you stay here I will be back In a short time The lieutenantcommander rose to his feet and started back across tho island without another word The chaplain composed the mem bers of tho stricken man putting hiat gas to pray It seemed a u the waiting priest before his shipmate and yet but a short time hall lelapsM He came up panting from Ithe violence of his exertions I I have sent the cutter back for the surgeon I told the men to row fo- rthelrIlVesJ gave the midshipman In charge anaccountof what we bad ifound and begged the captain to send parties ashore to search the Island What of the want i He breathes still said the chaplain I should think he was In some kind of syncope His heart evidently was affected He has had no prepa ration for such violent strains Tbo things which are usual and ordinary with us and which I take It Indurate Aia to the greater things of life have been conspicuous by their absence In his case and he has not been able to bear up under the sudden shock Those clothes have you examined them f INo said the chaplain it has been too dark Iff the first place and lOr will look at them said Mr Whit lamepewThe lieutenantcommander stooped over the pathetic little heap of worn theSkirttorn white shoes The Bible lay upon them an If to weigh them down and they had been placed well above the reach of the highest tide The tide was then Just coming In to tho Island The Bible had been opened and laid face downward on the clothes Mr Whlrtaker lifted It up reverently Ho observed as he did so that his own pencil which he had left he now remembered with the woman lay beneath the open book On the blank leaves between the Old and New testaments something was written No beentnadofore He lifted It turned his back toward the east where the sun wes just on the verge of rising and stud- Ied it out thechaplainThere Is writing on this page said the younger man I can Just make It outMan he read slowly studying each word in the dim light I loved you In ono sense in your sense I was unworthy of you perhaps but not in mine You alone had my heart The past was a frightful mistake for which I should not be blamed but for which I must suffer I tried you with the world by your side The world was kind but you were not You broke my soul and killed something within me which I had thought dead but which you bad revived No power could revive it again I cannot marry angford for I do not love him I will not marry you for you do not love me I Will not go back to the world now I have no desire to do so and I cannot live alone with you upon tho Island You will not go without me and so I will 10 first by myself alone You will think of me I know In the great world Perhaps you will Judge your self harshly but I do not Judge you stall Youdld not know you did not understand It came too suddenly upon you You cannot forget me but do not repine over me and remember to the very last that I loved you Good by May God Mess you and may he pity met Underneath she had Written the Im personal name which he had loved to call her Woman Socharacterletlc was the letter that that superscription was supererogatory thought Mr Whlttaker Only a wom hadIhlm because how pitiful it sounded sheIhim on her lips and love for him in her heart No wonder that divining this which he had not seen realizing only that she was gone he had been stricken as he waa The doctor arrived presently Ho ordered the man still unconscious to betaken back to the ship where he would do what ha could toward reviv lug him and pulling him through this great and terrible crisis that had come upon him The chaplain went with attondancesearching for the dead Tho captain with the other officers brought 100 men to the shore The Island was systematically searched It was all open There was ho place of concealment but not a foot of it was loft unvisited Again nail again tub men traversed the Island They found nothing absolutely nothing The woman had vanished and left no trace except the grass tunic In her cave the remains Jot bet tpUet irlldes her leis score knife watch and Bible and the little heap of clothing on the sand All these they carefully gathered up and took back to the cruiser for the mnIn the search and made quite fran- ticI by the necessity of It Langfor Joined Indeed htfwbald not be per suaded that the woman he had treated so badly whore the had inuhted so de terminedly whom he had loved at 1ru1who had rejected hlm finally was dead but even he gave up at lastI Taking with thom the evidence to substantiate the womans affidavit and possibleIalso the bones ofthis mother not for getting what remained or tho faith ful dog which the captain caused to be exhumed from the ruined boat as night fell the Cheyenne steamed away Itothe northeast followed not long after by the Southern Cross The two vessslSwent slowly as It tho souls ontinuedt v Do You Wear Dosses If So You Will Find hundreds of Things in Our New Stocks To Interest You SultSWe have been receiving new Suits from New York every dayand now have over 400 in stock at every price from 15 to 45 Every size from 4M 4 size to largest extra sizes 47inch bust More than 100 distinct styles and every new color and fabric Every suit made in New York espe- ciallyI for Southern women We urge you to buy early as stock is at its best rWe want you to examine our snits and note how they fit at collar and shoulder and note how they are finished inside and outside 1 DreSSeSNew Dresses are coming in constantly and it is well worth your while to see them We are showing dresses for every occasion from morning to evening Pricesrange from 12 to 75 Materials are all r wool seges new satins Eolians Mistrals Velvets and Chiffons Every dress is from the best makers in New York City r SkirtS and WaistSMany attractive new styles of Chiffon Persian Plaid and plain silk waists from 350 to 15 and all the new shapes in Skirts in Voiles Panamas and Serges from5 to 18 SilkS and TrimminSHandsome line of Persian Silks now in great demand for underdress s and waists at 85c and1e All shades of Soft Satin and Cashmere de Soie at 85c and 1 Plain Marquisettes and Chiffons for overdresses Very extensive line of uptodate dress trim mings to suit all the new colors V NOVGltlfiS Few stores pay as much attention as we do to the little novel conj stantly supplied with new articles in neckwear jewelry belts handbags etc Childrens DrOSSeSWe now offering a line of Childrens Wash Dresses at 59c sizes 2 to 6 years These are in many colors and styles all good Also a large line of childrens dresses from 8 to I4year sizes from 125 to 3 We are exclusive agents for the Howard Dustless iDuster 25c and the Dustless Floor Mop for hard wood floors They not only clean but polish A boon to the tidy housekeeper Ff 3L B ROBERTSON BRO Danville Ky Isy SEE ME IAboutThat New Suit I t Received a Big VF I W- L t r IneIf ijL L SANDERS I ICrabOrchard Kentucky 85 1WJIICook Farms First Annnal Sale rS FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 30th f reftteet event of the kind ever held la Kentucky 50 saddle mare 4julisj aid fillies 60 Jennets and colts All registered Catalogues now vwady Every one of these jennets should be kept In Kentucky r 3 F COOK CO Lexington Ky FARM FOR SALEI r80 acres lying 1 12 miles west of Sii Ugfcland a good cottage and out- housesr barn etc 6 fields fenced f bout 35 acres in cultivation plenty 1 af water Reason for selling out not k amble to work on farm Price rearon s le I rT JAS A KING 608 1 Y THE GRATITUDE OF ELDERLY PEOPLE Goes out to whatever helps give them ease comfort and strength Foleys Klduny Pills cure kidney and bladder diseases promptly and glvo comfort and relief to elderly people Shugars ad Tanner PUBLIC SALE Having decided to quit farming I will otter for sale at my home two miles from Stanford on the Huston yule pike on F llelds farm known as the Will Hays place on Saturday Oct 1st 1910 my personal property con elating of stock farming Implements two brood marcs one pair 4yearold horses one 3yparold horse two 2 yearold llllics four milk cows two with calves one Jersey heifer one pair 4yearold mare mules 23 good yearling cattle 30 good hogs farming Implements consltlng of wagons plows harrows binder mow pre rakes one lightning hay press lu gnod repair and other things too numerous to mention Sale begins at 9 a m Terms made known on day of sale At same time Mr F Reid will din pose of a number of nlco young horses if L WYEUS- Col J p Chandler Auct I SAFE MEDICINE FOR CHILDREN Koleys Honey and Tar If safe and effective medicine for children for children as It dues not contain opiate or harmful dtugs Get only the gen uine Foleys Honey nnd Tnr In the yellow package Shugars and Tan nor HITCH UP SIX NmEiG DIAMOND MHEMES WIth ur quick cotton connecter as shewn atveand- yu produo the mat IflnlMen spark Batteries tlonger H worked In multiples l Iforleieh Diamond Batteries have a moisture apace that is so protected that they do not dry out like others and are less affected by cold than others Batteries registering sixteen amperes produce a perfect Ignition spark Norlelgh Diamond Batteries range from seventeen to twenty amperes To make them stronger than twenty amperes is an excessive charge that soon exhausts Itselfa FOR SALE BY GEORGE H FARRIS STANFORD KY R 8t Watch That Griffon SuiiiBaltimore Made The Home t f VII Good Clothes My Fall line more complete than ever i how ready tor your inspection Call by an ask to see the only make that fits UkI Tailormade clothes ALL WOOL SAM ROBINSON Stanford Ky THETXRME Lot R M Nowland figure with you before placing your Ire Insurance For IuGood cow with calf two weeks old J1M Jarvis K V U No2 Plain ulneholo wheat drill good as new for sale cheap W It Logan FOR SALE Nlco young Jersey milk cow J 8 Turpln Stanford Ky 572t Lot wo Insure your barns and tobacco W A Tribble Senator R L Rubble bought a mule at Mt Sterling court Monday Ho plans to go west soon aftur a carload For Rent My place of 250 acres for 19115U acres for corn 30 acres for wheat CO acres In meadow re iialnder for grazing Mrs Georgo Logan Stanford Ky For SaleA well Improved farm of 20 acres near Mt Salem house hold and kitchen furniture stock and farming tools p II Woodson ML Salem Ky 4922 For SaloSow and 9 pigs It L Berry Ilustonvllle Wanted cattle to graze 70 acres at good bluo grass R L Berry Hus tonvllle For Sale High grade Southdown ram lambs Fisher and Rentes crosses Mrs Mattle II Hewes Moroland Ky R R No 1 Box 49 Wanted To buy a place of 75 to 100 acres In Lincoln county one bav lag Improvements Address P O Cox 65 Stanford Ky Tor SaleTwo sown 18 shoats 6G stock hogs John Cook Stanford For SilaA few thoroughbred Iu roc Jersey boag pig April farrow Price reaymablo T J Durham Crab Orchard Phone 59 f- DO Fot of DanTlll9wsJ In LaW rencebuncAionday where he bought for Hundley Son forty mule colts at an overate of ISO per head He alto bought for the same party a yearling mule for SIOO U A Swlnebroad of Garrard sold to the Lancaster Mills 600 bushels of wheat at SO cents O II Bourn sold bushels to same party at SO cents cents and Bright Herring sold 600 Mack Hughes of Doyle sold for byMonttcnmeryparties helD the purchasers The nvll0 Messenger says H D Stiles J At Bailee and two other men took as option on the 900acre farm of William and Richard Gentry on the Harroduburg pike In Boyle at 200 an acreAt the sale of L C Coffman In the West End everything sold well Brood mares f 103 to lUG yearling filly 1I5 horse colts 150 yearling heifers IO perheadP Chandler cried the sale J l Hutchtsori of Boyle bought aI carload of 800pound cattle jn Lincoln county last week at 375 per hundred Haven McBoath of thp Hcdgovllle section says that the lobacco crop Is bulng very heavily damaged by rust duo to the rainy weather the past led son j- Mm Mary E Arnold has sold her 8CI acre arm In the Urumfleld section tc 8 111 Campbell at 13150 per acre At the public sale milk cows sold at prices ranging from 51 to I 66 per aero Mr Rogers sold his nice farm In the Turnersvllle section known as the old Carson place to Richard Cooper The farm contains 64 acres and the price received for It was f100 an acre Senator It L Hubbles crack T M Green will hA started awn Is the races at Ixmlsvllle next week and Bomp good work is expected from him an he Is about right now Hlrnm Blytho of near Athens Fay ctte county Is tho owner of a pig with tire ears It Is over two weeks old and Is In strong healthy condition Thn mother of the pigs wns a runt given to Mr DIy the by Mr Lee Smith about n year since Land buyers will do well to attend the isle of J H Otters farm on Sept 2Sth the the buyer makes the price on pne ol thebest located farms In Boyle county only 9 mites from Stanford and only 45 minutes drive to Danvlllo or Lancaster the present crop show farmsotitheSale at 230 i M ColJ DL Dunn Auctioneer Terms one third cash balance In one and two years M J Farris of Boyle sold this week to Colby Jenkins of the Dry anlsvllle section CO bead of short yearlings at 460 H R Gibson of Madison sold Monday to Samuel Atcorn of Rock castle county the farm of 140 acres astheslon will be given January Ist G sALmiIOn account of falling health I wll tied at public auction at my farm uo i McKlnoy Kentucky THURSDAY SEPT 29 19H Some of the very best bred horses jacks Jennots and mule colts In Kuntuekr consisting of- THEWARFIELD i This stallion has proven himself one of the bet rcedcra In Kentucky and Is n very fine Individua- lPOWHATAN Will also bo sold Ho It a Hno brcdcr an excellent Individual and show horse Ono 5yearold Peavlno stallion a fine Individual and well broken ooo 1 yearling Pcuvlno stallion a blue rib bon winner and a handsome colt rIve nlco bred mares and colta by Sid I and as handsome as can bo alts by Tho Werlteld four brood mares all safe in foal to jack one 4 year old harness mare very tine two 4 yearold harness horses ono 3year old harm horse very fine dne 2 yearold harness mare Very fine ono 3yearold harness mare very Goo three 2year old harness geldlAga two yearling fillies very fine All of this young stuff Is by Tie WarBeld and out of tho very beat bred mares such as C F Clay Gatnbettia Wilkes Naboth Dignity Daro aad Ed KM bol etc Two 2yearold Pcavlae lilies goodW ons two nice 4yearold Jacks black rtitb white points and the best broke jack In Kentucky one 4yearoH jennet jack colt by side Lot of other jenets all bred to good jack live nice mare mules tine workers and strictly good one pair splendid horse mules well broke and young one strictly good yearling mare mute one yearlln tyfftf mule one mule v colt six splendid feeding cattle 8hsplendid butcher helfeni i The public will see some of the bet indlvduals that has ben offered for sale In a long time all bred up to the topaTerms of sale will be made known on day of saleS MOwers SH- McKlmey Ky Cot J P Cbaadler AucL J C McClaryI Undertaker and Embalmer STANFORD ICY enN fltoti IT sIlnm4 H hon 88 O O CARTERNew Liver Depot Street t hang H TANFOHD KENTUCKY CUT FLOWERS FORIALEI loan furnish tbpabllowlth tile beet aiiwell M the frrboitt Bleat flower pUnt of- aU kinds bulbs petted flowers oa abort notice Also make k ipeclalty of wreathe d finer iGHtrml JlurpolI riBooaoectloa wUb the stave 1 have all nand of vegetsblei oa band tilt1 ronoonable price OItft18TMAN OBKKH HOUHKH ED UOHIIARD 1BOU- Ht n T lKr For Bale Nice residence on Main street In Stanford Ky the frontage of lot large enough for another build ing lot AU necessary outbuildingst Everything In good repair Price 12750 A bargain see L R Hugses I