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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 ' - VOLUME XXXVIL' The Interior j ournal. 8TANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTV, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER GOVERNOR. 23rd, 19l0 No. 60 1 BKJCROWD HEARS HFLM Notice To the Btock-holdcrs CANDIDATE FOR LIEUTENANT AT McKINNEY CONGRESSMAN MAKES ABLE AR OUMENT FOR TRIUMPH OF PARTY'S POLICIES .. V Kentucky. s previously nnnnurrtd, It wns the lull Inrctitiun or our officers to open tho a novo named bank for business upon Saturday, Sept 24th, nut One of the most enthusiastic receptions ever given a political speaker In owing to unavoidable rhiy In the Lincoln rounty was thnt accorded preparation of our banking room, it Congressman Harvey Helm on Wed- will bo Impossible to do so lit ttvat nesday when ho spoko to n large time Wishing to have everything In a assemblage lit McKinnoy, In the Interest of Ills candidacy for reelection thorough!) prepared stato hefori open The McKlnney llrasn Band, accom- lug, wo hne decided that It Is Tor the panied by many prominent cltlscnn of best Interests of all concerned here-forto postpone thn opening iinlll that hnstllt'K lltllo city met Congress-maI Im and escorted lilm to the Saturday October the filh at 9 a. m., school house where the speaking wan at whl tli time all tho bank rfftrerH together with as Many of tho direclivid. Almost every foot of spare In thn tors ind stockholders as posslblo wilt building tilled with pooplo when bo on hnnd to open a blinking InitiMr Ielm began to sprak find he wns ation which we ar convinced will be conducted In a most thoroughly Misl given tho closest ntlnntlon from manner to rnd Gallant nnd chivalrous nesslikc and succi-ssruCouiv. bring friends ,ind depositors, as ho Is, the brilliant' young conthing (io gressman paid a beautiful tribute to nnd rest nstured that tho ladles, mnny of whom were pres- slblu will ho done to assure tno vat ty nil lounc'til with the ent In the audience, nnd then launched and prM uf Hespectfuily, forth Into tho political Held The Institution. large audience evinced tho keenest In W L. McCarty, President, torest throughout his entire speech, J W llutcheson. Cashier, C li Poster. Asst Cashier, proving that thn great fight democrao making to rescue the people from J S Hire. In I ho corporations nnd "Interests" thnt O. - Penny, V President, J I). Eads, have so long dominated the republican party, Is being fully appreciated Mr Helm went Into tli,. Issues which Court-Hous- e Sidewalk are prominently before the people and dualt the republican high tariff and high cost of living somo body blow, WILL OE PUT DOWN BY PHILLIPS nnd was repeatedly cheered BROS., AT ONCE Mr Helm will speak at WnvneMittrn and King's Mountain Saturday alter-nooand evening, respectively, and rin flarnl court met Wednesday then make n closn canvnss over the nrwl itunrilefl ttie rnntnirt for tiiittlnc Eljhth district Ills friends down a sidewalk and retaining wall entire ure confident that he will win ovc-C- around the court bouso to rniiup r En ell by the lurgei- - injur ly liros., ot tins city, wno suumiueu me alven In the Eighth bin he Intends lowest bid of three bidders. Work to leae no stone tintnrrn I to r.nia)nt will lie started at once and tho conthe voters with tin- - necessity tor their tract Mils for It to bo finished by Nov coming out to tho polls to see that a ISth democrat Is continued In confess The school boird has let a contract from the Eighth to participate In the to the Connally Construction ComIf the national democratic love fe.vt wide concrete pany to build an democrnts carrr the house this lair walk from thc school building to the seem to faor which all Indications kldewalk along Danville avenue This fuvor will lie a good Improvement, and will not only be of great convenience to and teachers but add great Incorporation Articles Filed thetopupilsattractiveness of the grounds ly the o liank tc Trust Company, of of thj Btnte HUin-lor- .IIIIHr Lsssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss WJ? 'issssssssssk'- '. BSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSr Tissssm7 f . BSSSSI. Ia H W. ' 1 fi tk i iissssssssKyssssssssssssssKlVsssk,J .LHr ' '''"" AlSBsWau i" JjJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJV i liBSSSSSSSSSSKI T I f 1 9 ? mbWHtm JsssB' SiHiBjWsssssssKL 'SsssssssssssssssssssssHsissssssr UsssssssssssssssssssssssssslBsm ass. Air J 0 Woatherford has returned from Mnclnnatl, where he 1ms Ik en tiuvltig fall goods Mrs. Charles Whteler has returned from Cincinnati where sho been purchasing a handsome line of mllllmry goods Mr hlchara llentry, of Danville, In weighing tip Ku head of feeders he purchased frcm .1. P Rifle. Mr Edward Hopper and Mr T I Carpenter have tecelved three mtv promising yearlings from Lex-t- i gton, wl.ero trey have been In training. Mnster Vernon t hildress, son of l)r Childress, Is recovering from an ntlack of typhoid fever Mia, Elbert Harper, of Salisbury, N C, M.d Mrs Nannie Harper of Junction City have been the guests of Mrs. James Depp, who Is quite 111 at Hustonvllle PELLMAN TRIAL TO BE HELD NEXT WEEK SPECIAL TERM OF LINCOLN COURT WILL BE CONVENED TO TRY NEGRO'S CASE. h.nve been ih n l .bHbil ssssssssssBPfc:'!'--;-f J& - tir ol ev-o- !! root for tho Installation ot handsome portialts of nil ot RsssssssssssBsssssssssssssm. ssHsV Lincoln county's officials past and present In the new court house Photographs will be enlarged for the ' SBsbbsssssssssssssssbsssssbssssssssk. most part by the Eurekn Portrait Co., whore large oil paintings cannot be vbssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssBBBuf 'HJwSBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSkJsSSSft obtnlned and It Is expectedthnf the Wl TibssssssssssssssssssssssssV i v. families or relatives of past officials s Jssssssssssssssssssssssssm. BjBjBjBjBjPjPjPJJJsI will pladl defray tho cost of having MBJsBJsBJsBJsBJsBJBJBJsk ' the enlarged portraits made lt.aV- - planned to have the portraits JAMES P. EDWARDS. hanwf In the offices, which were held The brilliant young Louisville attornsy vho has announced his candidacy by the former officials, and In this way a full gallery of Lincoln conn for the democratic nomination for Lieutenant Governor. ty's officials will be obtained. The complete list ot portraits wanted is Hustonville. '' Sheriff McCarty and hla deputies scouring tho county this week, summoning grand and petit Jurors for the speclnl term of the Lin coln circuit court which will bo held here beginning next Thursday at which Shay Pellman the negro, will bo tried for committing an nssault upon Nancy Rankin, the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Leo Rankin, or tho Hubble neighborhood. About sixty inert hnve been summoned tcfr petit jury service and It Is anticipated that It will bo hard to secure n Jury out or that number ror the negro'a PORTRAITS OF ALL crime Is genernlly known and thero are a very rew In this section who LINCOLN OFFICIALS liave not formed or expressed an opin ion concerning it Commonwealth Attorney Charles A WANTED TO HANG IN PROPER Hardin and County Attorney W. S. Burch will prosecuto the chargo OFFICES IN NEW COURT against the prisoner So far a HOUSE. known no counsel has been retained Plans are to v, very probnbl0 that the court will bo put to the necessity of appointing an Utqrney tor hlin, ns tl.o law requires that he be represented by counsel In this trial. Pellman Is still confined in the Jail .it Ixiuisville, but will be brought here by the oflirers when the case Is called It Is not believed that he will bo In nny danger of violence for the feeling Is general that the law should bo permitted to take its course, and thero seems no doubt bwt that will be swift and sure In this case. nrt for him nnd It Is believed to bo Preachersville. as STATE BANK AND TRUST COM PANY WILL OPEN FOR BUSI NESS OCTOBER, 8t". New Insurance Firm ORANIZED HERE BY TWO PROMINENT MEN. A new ...... nInsurance Ulnnlhril bo'found In the business and profes j slonaL cards in una issue oi me P. Kin-It Is composed of Messrs. V. nrogres Poster, two i ami tlnr sire business men, who fchvo n vlde circle of friends and are nusiiwr They represent some of the strongest companies and "wll. seek a fMlr portion of the patronage r the people adjoining counties 0hlpr .1 W HnteheiAn I horn nnrt of Lincoln and be In the State Hank wlUl Assistant Cashier Jiava Poster Their offlce Will Is busy every day getting the detail & Trust Companjr work ready for the opening of Lin coin's new financial Institution. Every thing iwtni very propitious for the opening and all connected with the new bank are well pleased DEBATE AT TUR Attorney Oeo D. Florence went to Kmnkfort Tuesday and filed the artl cles of Incorporation of the State Hank & Trust Company with Secretary of state limner, as requirw ny uv. Work on the bank's' office building Is being pushed rapidly, but It waa found Impossible to get It ready In time to open for business tomorrow, as was Orst Intended, so the date was fixed on October 8th. The officers and directors have Issued a statement con cernlng the matter, which will b found In other columns of this Issue. company has been nmt lt mrd will "StaWWwaVote 8ATURDAY Foot Ball Teen HIGH SCHOOL TO PLAY SOMERSET HBRE OCT. 8th The Stanford high school foot lull team is putting In much time at practice and lhoe who have seen the boys at work say that tho squad promises to be stronger this fall than for several year. The eleven of tho Somerset school has been chnllenreil for a nn.i arrangements will probably be made to piay it nera uct stli Ith the new hoard fence nmnml ihn nthltl. riol.l it la .expected that a'sufflclent amoiutt' win do reautea troui games tn the future to defray oil expenses or the OF OF SUBJECT NERSVILLE Hev J. athletic teams. THE BIG LEXINGTON TROTS. Tbe greatost trotting meeting In on the world begins at Lexington Tuesday, October 4th, and continues two weeks Earh d,iy one or more of Uie historic stake races of Kentucky are contested, and all nf the rcea are filled with the pick of the beat horses of the world meeting at Islington for the first tlmo tWs year, tnero are over five hundred entries In the races, and It wUl be the great est meeting ever known Excursion In retinoid rites, ono fare round-trifujree. from Cincinnati and all Kentucky points liest racing and music In the country Tlemember the dates and go. October MAD DOG IN COUNTRY. A dog belonging to A. YV. Carpen 4tt , : I ter went mad Tuesday afternoon. Probably tho best homo owned by Mr. Carpenter was bitten by the rabid canine and it la likely that the animal will Lave to he killed ilthingU It shows mo evideuctt of blng inoculated. The dpg was promptly killed. It'ls' unknown how the dog constructed tbe disease as no other rabid AN AWFUL ERUPTION doga have been seen tu that com munity. of a volcano excites brief Interest, and your Interest In skin eruptions STUBBORN AS MULES cause. Then will be as short If )ou use Ducklens siseem to balk without, Arnica Salve, their quickest cure. there'ii itroubte Ioss of Appetite bolls, Indigestion, Nervousness, Despond- - Even tho worst healed ulcers, or fever by It. itest for troubles Korea are soon enoy, Headache. Hut such lirulses, Soro Lips, ChapKing's New Llfo Pills, burns, Cuts, Chilblains and Piles. It fly before Dr ped hands, The world's best stomach and liver gives Instant relief. 25 cents at Penremedy. So easy. 25c at Penny's ny's Drug Store. .. air.. Key-nql- TuraerovlIIe. Kx . Aug SO V Whitehead will fill his appointment at the Christian -- church Sunday morning ana nignu ixnne Mrs r M Toombs, Jlrs. Mattle and'Uryati Cooper are on Umdshaw the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Uooch visited her lister at Highland last week. Lucy Uooch, Walter Moser, Arthur Cqffey, UeunletUoode and WIIIlp Cof fey arc attending school at Stanford, Prof. Carney Colson from Clarence Ky.. who hasbfen visiting .Mr Uillls ' Colson returned ,lome Sunday - Mr. Ilubb.l, of Stanford has been visiting her son Robert Hubble. Mr and Mrs. Henry McWhorter were stormed Sunday, a number of their children grandchildren and oth er relatives were present, as follows Mr, and Mrs, Ida and little daughter. Mr and Mrs. Walter Ellis and child. Mr, and Mrs. Wodel Held and child, Mr. and Mrs. Ueorge Kus sell. Iiaao Hums. Mr Hourt Hubble Is buildlns s nice dwelling which bo will occupy In a few days Several ot this place attended the protracted meeting at McKlnney which closed last night. "Jack Prost" is expected early this year. The cool nights are giving us flue signs On Situtday night September '.Mth tho Turuoisville school under the auspices of Virgil McMullln will render a delightful program, The program has not henu given In full will b0 about as follows: Introductory; Quartette: Thla will be followed by several fine recitations and a dialogue given by live young ladles of this section. The program will lie closed by a debate, Tho subject "Women Suffrage," will be discussed by Profs Cplson, Come McMullln and oUiers. pnirbfJng(your wives and girls. UIU5 D"- r-- Judge Wheat. Countv Judges: J. F. Higglns, T. At a business meeting of tto memW Nanler. Winfrey S.xBalley. M. C ISaufley. A J. I.ytle. JAsse P. Cook, bers ot the Baptist church Wednesthere Col. R, M Jackson, of London, who E W Brown. T W. Varnon. G. M. day night a unanimous call was exton Hev.J B. Jones, ot Bell0 turn- has hosts of friends not only In the Davison, W. L. Dawson, J. P. Bailey, tended to the Mr Jack Adams, the ctriclcnt vue, to become pastor of the church key of Currard's prison, who is also a mountains but throughout the lllue R C Warren, J. S. Owsley, Jr. County Attorneys: W. S. Burch. H here. Rev. Jones preached here last veterinary surgeon, was here last Sunday and made a line Impression, week doing somp work In that line. Grass section of Kentucky Is expected Helm. .T B. Paxton, D R. Carpenter, upon all vho beard hlrti. It Is un.V R. C. Miller, F. F. Bobbltt. Mr, T J. Shaw was 111 of Job's trou- to visit Lincoln In the near future on j, derstood that he will accept and come bleMrs Kldd who waslll ot an business and A cordial welcome Is ex- Warren, Robert Blaine. County Clerks: Geo. U. Cooper, J. to take charge of the church about overdose of morphine, has had a re- tended him. F Cummins, John Blaine, R. Carson, Nov. 1st. His salary has been fixed lapse Mrs. (Seo. li. Colson Is able to drlro out again. Mr II. Ulankenshlp to The electric car line from Liberty Champ Carter, Thomas' Helm and nt ?D00 and the parsonage. still continues III. Grover lllgsby Is of thU place via of Kldds Store Is one Willis Greene. the late financial movements In Circuit Clerks- J. D. Swope. J. F. I1L Kings Mountain. Behind this movement Hpldam, J. P. Bailpy, D, B EdmonRev. .Thornton, an Itinerant evange- this section. has been brewing for some son, W. H. Miller, S. S. McRoberts. list; )0 has been engaged In revival whichare soine-px'ihtime services near.heje recently, wns unit', men of Casey county tetdlng business Geo. McKlnney and Joel Huffman.Hilt, - Qultg 'a number ot our people atwho will also Irf uH In Idnt Sheriffs: W L. McCarty, T. J. eek tn Mrs. Jos eph Thompson, nee Cummins, atter terest the best business men along the M S. Baughnian, Sam Owens, T. D. tended the Ohio Valley Exposition. The farmers of this section are busy entire route, and mav Interest Mr. Newlnml, J. N. Menefee, S. H. Baugh-mawhich the happy couple left for Vir-- j All report an abunCliarlg Vandenburg of Toledo, Ohio, A. AL Feland. W. B. Withers. cutting tobaccd. gmia. Walter Saunders, Dan Miller, T. W. dant crop Mrs Mary 8pratt(19: years old, died a prominent capitalist. Miss Ethel Lee, of Mlddleburg paid Miss Mamie McMullln ot Eubanks, Napier, J. P. Bailey, .E. B. Caldwell. recentl) at her home at Ileelertown Ky.. was the guest last week or Miss B. W. Dunn, H. P. Mlddleton, and our town a pUasant call a few days In Garrard county. She bad been tn ao. James Crow. a helpless condition for about two Artie Bastln, of near Jumbo. Mrs. W. W. Walter has returned Miss Marj'-Martlof Earleston, Ky years. Having no heir she willed her from an extended visit to her sister has accented A lucutlve position tn farm and property to u colored faml in Cincinnati. Noble Christian Girl ly who jad been, taking care of her the lnsa&V)opltal in Indianapolis, Miss Lllllc Rankin one of Danville's iud and larrilling this most painsfor several years most popular young ladles has been Mr. J P. Payne will have the old taking position with great satisfaction visiting Miss Zada Lee school building moved Into U rear otg to the management. SHORT ILLNESS TAKEN AFTER Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Lane are with l'hp Judgb and county attorney his blacUcmlth shop to use as a ator-aAT HER HOME IN OKLAHOMA iu Dayton Ohio. Ex- have thoroughly Inspected and approv warehouse In connection. Col Gooch, of the Q. & C. spent cepting tho older folks, moat or mir ed the proposed change of the Green Friends and relatives at Mllledge-vlll- e Sunday with his wife and children people living In this section, with river road from. Mat Reynolds, corner news here. have tecelved scores of others, who are scattered s at river, through Reynolds meadow of the death In Oklahoma of Miss Dan Heater and Claude Hester and tbe length and breadth of our glori-ou- toward residence of John Brock. This Mary DIshon, the beautiful lS-- ear-ol- d home union, have received Instruction shortens the distance one half and is daughter of Mr. Frank Disbon, a pros- wife have returned city. alter a few aays' stay in the In thU structure, dubbed "Clay Hank. level, while on the old road there is perous Hons. W S.' Burch and T. J. Hill farmer of the Western State, wltt member or our quite a hill to pull. College" b With the newly appointed constable and who Is a son of Mrs. W. S. DIshon, paid our town a call Saturday. old "blue back" spelling clasa. ' Miss Mllledgeville. Its former site stands our new Mr Prlsly Sluder, his vicinity is to of News of the young ladles' death will, herBertha Gooch ot Ludlow la mottier here. His first writs school house which is a good one be congratulated. hand last and within comes as a great surprise to all as thanks to Supt. .Singleton and the came to of hours heweek, only bad the she had been 111 but a tew days or SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION a couple not county board. tvphold fever, when she was The Interdenominational Sunday Mm. James Ross, ot Hanimark;, vis- wanted parties, but hud bonds for Sho was a noble Chrlstfan taken young School Convention meets in Stanford, Mrs. Fado Parks. Mr and Mrs. tfciMr appearance at next - term of woman ited on- tne spot" :nd her sudden call will causo Saturday Oct. 1st, 1910 at M:30 o'clock court Johnnie John Bell visited Mr and Mrs Grover "and "all"Jl is look alike to him." much sorrow among all her many And every Sunday school In the councoons (lastlneau In Garrard. Mr. and Mrs an expert concrete house friends and loved ones Sam Lusk ty Is urged to send delegates to this Smith were with Mr. and Mrs Kendall ..,.,., tr inhn 11 Anderson builder has closed a deal with Dr. meeting with report of school. All MORE BOUQUETS FOR BURCH. Levi Bell.J Childress for a full concrete 7 focR. superintendents and pastors are deleund family visited Mrs. basement for "tils, elegant new resigates Ex ottlcies. Eath school Is enVictoria AuyMv Hit e .VIM with Mr 'and' Mrs. r. " I dence U be finished on Danville ave. I he Messenger's suggestion of Hon. titled to one delegate jxtra. The secro lust week' will Charles Hardin as democratic candi- tary of the State work will be presCummins nt Crnb Orchard. Afr. ande In the netir mture. The work judge brought forth a ent. To miss this convention will be Perry-vllldate for circuit begin this week. Mrs. I. L. Hutchlns, ot near number of approvals by our towns- a great los to you. Watch this colEmmett McCormack right away-twwere last week visiting their or col men. He is an exceedingly popular umn next week. President. Mr. H and wife formerly lived nice cottages on his lot back farm man and one the best lawyers in tbe here here and have a host of frleuds Uieui lnr camnus. By the way wo hav heard Myers & Vaughn shipped a car or district REMAINS who will always be glad to see about REV. BEN HELM BOWLING CREEP. nice butcher cattle to Cincinnati last some mighty nice things s.ildconnecAT Billy Burrh, of Stanford, In 8Last Wednesday at 10 o'clock, Mr. for which the paid horn i to 4 tar-mF M. Vowell old his 85 acre rami tion with the commonwealth's attorRev Ben Helm formerly of this city Charles Rlgsby. a popular youg in west of town to Jno. Russell on Tues-fn- r neyship. Danville Messenger. und or many years a missionary of the living neat here, was tin.ten I inn ner acre. Presbyterian church in China, has n.nrriaso to Miss Anna Wlllso... a IN Caka&LE HANDS Cicero Sims son ot Mr. Fort Suns. been reappointed by tho Kentucky daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 0. j. an The Kentucky school for the deaf Conference or the Northern .Methoof near Klrksvllle, tho cere- returned home last week alter mony being said by Rev. O. P Uuab eight months stay In Minnesota and at Danville opened last week 'with an dist church to a charge at Bowling Little Green. The Bowling Green News in at the residence of the bride's parents Soutli Dakotaweek to the wjr of ... . H. enrollment ot or 3 12 students. Covington, the blind Kerr, . Born, Tho groom Is the second son of Mr. .Terry, athis ten pound son, Win. H. Alunemute for whom the last Legisla- Connection with the appointment sayst tine deaf "Dr. Helm, who receives the appoint-msnand .Mrs. J. H. Rlgsby and Is a .model to the church here, has been ture adopted a bill appropriating a young man In every respect, his every Jr Born, to the wife of Leo Long, or furifl wliureliv she mnv be educated. pastor lor a number of years, and hla word and uct commanding the esteem week at the home of. has arrived. Miss Sophia Alcorn, of reappointment is highly pleasing or nnd respect of all who know him. His Lunvllle, this W. H. Terry a atanioru win nave cuargu ui hud his parlshoners." bride Is said to bo an exceptionally Mr. and Mrs. "Jewell" Mr and Mrs. young girl. fine young lady and popular with all beautltul nirl Long's parents. PUBLIC SALE. who know her. We congratulate Mr. Terry are Mrs. SAVED A SOLDIER'S LIFE The heavy rains llrst or theIn week Rlgsby und extend best wishes toJJie In the town ot Crab Orchard on Satthis tobacco Facing death from shot a:.d shell In happy couple and may all tha good did grout damage to I will offer locality .. thn Civil War was more agreeable to urday, October 1st, 1910. things of life come their way. corn crops are fine and tne J. A. Stone, of Kemp Tex., than fac for sale at public outcry the Dr. Price The Mr Robert Scudder, of the Wllllow crops Is Improving ing It from wnat doctors sam was con slore-rorand lot near the depot at Grove section bouglU 83 sheep from rains on th& late the prospect. sumption. "I contracted a stubbtrn Mr J M. Creis at MGO perhead Compare the roads In Boyle and mi.l" li writ.-- , "thnt develODed a 1:30 p. iu. cash and the reTerms One-hathose in Lincoln, and Your kidneys may be. of. long stand- &ter with spend as juuch per mile cough, that stuck to me In spite ot all years, My weigni ran mainder In one and two years. be ofttier acuto or although we ing. It mas . remedies for roads as they da, yet our down to ISO pounds. Then 1 began to J. P. CHANDLER. chronic, 'buj whatever t I Foley' of plku-an- d Ordinarily the Discovery, which 'Kidney Re'medy will aid you to get roads are a disgrace ditching, then after uso Dr. Kings Newme. 1 now weigh rid or It quickly and restore Jour work begins with of Chris Gentry founl a largo piecq of the metal completely cured Coughs. Colds, La 1T8 pounds." For natural health and vigor "Ono. bottle weeks or montfca andtravel there. Ninety Grippe. Asthma, IJemorrhage, Hoarse- pure lead while doing some work on dumped here of Foley's Kidney Remedy made me Is rent nf the moLil should be put In Hustonville pike, Cough, and lung his rariu on the (own, well." said J Stbbull of Grand View,s ur - ness, Croup Hoojdng and presented from center of the road, then the ditch- trouble, its supreme. SO cents and $1 about a mileJ., the Wl. Commence taking It now. for a paper weight Ho lug done and tnis uirt put ou mo Trial bottle tree. by It to the I. Guaranteed and Tanner says that there Is much more of the metal, which holds It In hlace nnd Penny a Drug Store. stuff about, and tboso who, have seen Col. umn we will seo a gret Improvement. That gallant old suy that It undoubtedly gives eviwill open hlg new hotel Our entire community want our roads exact vote In the 11th dUtrlcct It The Alex Trihble of a strong lead velu close tn cou or V'lt In Clt), the Trlbble House. Whlea chargenood the magistrate, farm Republican congressional primary last dence at Junction the surface. Mr. Gentry Intends to level headed nnd Thursdhv was. Powers, 22;JSfS; Ed- do some "prospecting- - nnd believes Sinlttl's bund will furuWh Oct. 16th. a territory. But ,815. and the music and a big time Is antici- erashort eucU allotted be necessary to wards, 12.511; Powers' majority, being h will uncover a lead mine, which time would No Quorum of the committee pated. The hotel la modern in every a very valuable property. Junc- J would proye a note a wonderful improvement. present it adjourned to meet at particular and Is quite- a credit to Saturday. tion City next Junction City. Tbe town will now have two first-clashotels. e y He-sid- e '-V a lf Shu-garwar-horss Services at the liaptlst church next Sunday thc LViirr, by the pastor Hev Pierce Hrj-in- t Several relatives from tills place went to Mt, Vernon Tuesday to at attend the burial of Mrs. Cossle Sut- Mrs James K. Helm, of Helmwood Heights Is visiting her brother nnd three sisters at Knoxvllle, Tenn., und enjoying the Appalachian Exposition Circuit Judges' L. L. Walker. M C. Saufley. C Bell. T Z. Morrow, T. Fax, and Mike II Owsle), P follows- - Pastor Called TO REV. J. B. JONES TAKE CHARGE OF THE BAPTIST FLOCK An Elaborate Display Of WIDE omc HI II Tailored Garments FOR FALL WEAR rIThat the Coming Season will be one in which ed Garments will predominate, is now an assured fact. At the present time New York manufacturers are literal-3i- y with orders, and most merchants are having garments to meet .difficulty in getting enough tailor-mad- e ZtKeir requirements. SEJnder these unusual circumstances we were fortunate jSn getting our orders in early, and we are pleased to announce that we are now ready with an immense stock of all Ithat is new and desirable in Man-Tailo- dUTY IF Til L SHOULD Property Values Would Fall With Tobacco, and Ward Hcadlcy Estimates Loss'at Millions. WINCHESTER Ky. (Special). In an eloquent address to tobacco grow, era here, Hon. Ward Hendlor mado strikingly plain tho dliaatroua consequences which would follow falluro to pool the 1910 crop. Ho said In part: "The success ot the pool menna fif- Tailored Suits, Dresses, Skirts and Waists. jRor the New Fall Season. As an extra special inducement for you to visit us during Hthese opening days we offer many BETTER THAN USUAL VALUES. TAILOR-MAD- E SUITS in all the newest style short coats rand 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 Fall wear Jin Serges, Panama and Voiles, at $5, $6.50, $8.50 and $10. teen or elghteon cent tobacco; our defeat means flvo cent tobacco coupled with tho destruction of the most complete and beneficial farmers' organlxa. tlon ever devised upon tho earth. These are facts that can not be resisted. They can not be overcome by any dreama ot philosophy or process of mathematics. "Supposo we accept tho claims ot our enemies as a basis ot calculation. They say we can not sell our prosent holdings becauso thuy have an abundant supply ot stock on hand. They say that there Is an enormous In crease In the acreage; that tho quality Is good and that thore will bo plenty of tobacco outsldo ot the pool to supply their wants for tho next two years. "Thereforo, If we do not sell the pooled tobacco, what will become of the market when our hundred million pounds Is put In competition with tho new cropT Tho Trust will Immediately cry overproduction and surplus and will buy at their own prlco and In their own good time. This means a direct loss ot $15.000j000. Destruction of Values. "When all things are considered, It costs 12 cents per pound to ralso toraising forty acres of tobacco would lose In round numbers $2,000 at such prices. This Is only ono Item of loss. The dissolution of tho Hurley Tobacco Society means the absoluto destrucf of all property values tion ot It means the complete ruin ot the land ownor who Is In debt. If tho bankers and merchants are unable to carry totheir customers with fifteen-dolla- r bacco and the market under control, what will happen to them and to you t tobacco and a glutted with t of the fairest part market! ot Kentucky will suffer In property loss. The tobacco Industry Is the chief money crop of tho State. All other values are affected. If not con trolled by It, No single clasa of people con permanently prosper at the expense of another. Certain Fruits of 8lflshnss. "We most all rise or fall together. Our enemies hope, and some, at least, think that they will get fifteen cents for their tobacco on the outside and that In some way the pool will be declared on without their Joining and that they will continue to get the profits ot organization without contributing anything to Its success. Some are buying land and creating other forms of Indebtedness with such hopes and beliefs. The Trust agents are going among the people and saying, "Bring your tobacco to my warehouse and get a fine price.' Mind you, they do not make a contract or give a bond to that effect. "Possibly In some counties they buy the owner of a particular crop because of his Influence and the possible advantages to be gained by reason of However, having- - him on their side. these promises of the Trust agsnts and their opinions as to the future ot the market la eloquent to the ear of greed and falls like strains of Italian music upon the selfish heart. "Borne are cutting their tobacco while It la green In expectation of rushing to the market ahead ot their one-halfive-cenOne-hal- Vtnrt es answer t There way to avert we Impending danger to our Broejetity and happiness, tm oar only Meow, or late 1910 pool hope. We can only meet the enormous force ot combined and criminal wealth by tho power of organisation. The Trust was organized tor the pur pose ot destroying tho law of supply and demand, to break down competition and fix the prlco ot this great commodity. The purpose of the Hurley Tobaodo Society Is to resist and prevent tho accomplishment of these designs and obtain a Just and fairly remunerative prlco for our labor and Investments. What Sticking Together Pays. "The Trust for tho last six years, according to the Wall Street Journal, has declared dividends amounting to seventy million dollars, Tho roost ot thla great profit waa obtained from watered stock, and It l tmpoeslblo to tell what great profits thoy havo made from their actual Investments. Do their employes get any of tho benoflts from this vast accumulation of wealth? Hear tho pleadings of Kentucky girls who work In their shops and who only a short tlmo mrn irnt dawn on their knees In tho dust ot the streets of Lnulsvllle and begged this pitiless monster to pay them a llvlnj wago for their long hours of servlco and to Improve tho physical condition of their factories-condit- ions that were appalling to all 1 bluo-eyed Ktt fMK KlONKYi WILL Health Is Worth Saving and Some Stanford People Knew How to Save It. Mnny Stanford peoplo tnko their lives In their hands by neglecting thV kldnnys when they know theso organs need help, Sick kidneys nro responamount ot suffering sible for a ii ml III health, but thero Is no need tm surfer nor to remain In danger when nit disease nnd aches nnd pain duo to urnk kidneys can bo quickly and pvrnmnonlly cured by tho use ot Down's Kidney Pills, Tho following statement lenvos no ground for doubt. Mn. II F Walter, Hill street, Ky, sayB: "I never fall to praise Doan's Kidney Pills when I lui"c tho opportunity, as they nro certainly nn excellent rcmody I havo not been without n Mipply In tho houso for years. Whenever my btck becomes Inme nnd painful, a fow doses bring mo Instant relief. At ono tlmo I fenred that I had serious kidney trouble. Tho kidney fcecretlons were unnatural nnd gave unmistakable vl- At that dence of disordered kidney time It was my good fortune to hew of Doan's Kidney Pills nnd I began llitilr nan In n ulinrt Mmo mv LldnOVJ u ..i-- rnatnrnil In n fwirmfll rflfldltlon ' lion." 1 For sole by nil dealers. Price n Co., Iluffalo, V cents. ., nolo agents fur tho United State Itemrber the name Donn"s iind tnke no other nt Lnn-Inste- , bacco on Blue Grass land. A man over Persian, plain color Messalines, Crepe de Chene and iPersian Messaline at popular prices. THE NEW FALL WAISTS. Tailor-mad- e Linens, Chif-3o- n WELSH & WISEMAN CO. Danville, Kentucky. csbury senso of decency or honor. Tho "Is the consumer benefited? price of the finished product remnlns tho same. When tho Federal Government nut a tax upon their goods In on effort to make them pay something in rovenuo to the Government for tho protection thoy received under tho law, thoy Immediately reduced tho size of their packages nnd mado tho consumer pay for It all. "Organization Is the only way that such a concern with such methods can bo conquered or resisted. Tho Gov ernment has been powerless to enIt took force tho law against them tho brains and the courage of Clarence La Hus and his associates to compel them to surrender and to force thom to pay a living price for every pound of tobacco they held two years ago Ho will do It again If you will glvo him tho proper support. Foes Within and Without. dono their duty "Our officers ha They have followed tho fortunes of this organization for the past four years with matchless determination and keen. Intelligent Judgraont. They love Its history nnd are proud of Its achievements, They still hopo to avert the disaster that will follow t fall. They have triumphed over dan ger nnd difficulty They have fought every class and character of enemy They have fought to a surrender tho foe In front whllo cut throats and cow. arda wore snarling and snapping at their heels. Yet. If the people have decided, either In their Judgment or by tbelr Indifference, to use this organization for personal advantage and profit rather than for the common ben. eflt of all, If our flag must bo folded and arms delivered to the enemy, the Presldont of the Burley Tobacco Society and his companions In this great struggle will retire from the field dig nified and undaunted, wltn conscience clear and record without a stain. "There most be no misunderstandThe ing about one proposition Blue Grass counties of the Bur-le- y pool a reapoctable part belt must ot their crop and share a portion ot the burden ot this "contest. The hill counties have done more than their -d -- ' Foeter-MMbur- Free Sample For Baby s Ills Something can and must be done (or the puny, crying baby, for the child that refuses to cat and is restless in its sleep. And since the basis of all health is the proper working of the digestive organs, look first to the condition of the stomach and bowels. A child should have two full and free 1 1 moTcmrnii 01 ine ixmeii a day inn emrtlng of the bowels It very Important. a wiin ii comrs a neaa. a uzm- - it nraa of step, good cirar appetite anil aounl sleep. Hut It Is equally Important to know what to five the child In tbv emrcncy of ronatlpatlon and Imllcett tlon. Cathartics are too strong and suit and other purgatives are not only too strong, but the child refutes them be cause or tnrtr Uiil tsate Have rou ever, tried Dr Caldwelfs Syrup repaint Tt ll'tulil tonic that families have been utlng for a quarter of a century It It mild, plenaant'tsttlnr and promptly effective It la aood for you as well as the child, hut thrre Is nothlna; better to be Tound for children. They like Its taate you win not have to force them to i. una iu Flrat of ell. If you hare not yet Uted tt. Dr Oldnell would like to send you chara-e- . a sample bottle wy you can try free of buying In thla It before Later when convinced of lit rou can U of your rtrucKltt at fifty centa and one dollar a bottle. 1nt as tnoutnnda of other famlllra are doing. The family of Mr. D. W Ppanrl'r of Rtrattonvtlle Pa.. a well a that of Mr A V Johnwin of walnut rsreve. Trim turfed wllh It In that way and now write that It It their one ramlly necettltv next to food ItaeuT ir you sre unfortunate enmikh to have a ittiy ennfl. on ivn a to contttoattoaa and tndlgeitlon. rou aend for Tree aamnle of tli.a Dr. Caldwell personally will be pleased to nve you any medical advice yoi may desire for youralf or family pertaining to the stomach, liver or bowels absolutely free of chars. Explain your rate In a letter and he wilt reply to you In detail. For the free aampte limply send your a pottal umi and eddreat oarenuett the rard or doctors 0nrw',r- For either IJ-- rl nr-fit- ho-nt- September 28, 1910. I will offer for sale on the premises, my highly Improved 212 ACRE FARM on the best of' pikes, 6 miles from each Danville and Lancaster acres Tillable land 35 .cf arhtcn Is best tobacco land 25 acres of well timbered riverside land. Barytes indications are second to nono and If mined should pay .coat of land. .. THE DWELLING 3.75 was painfully Mr. Ashby Arnold hurt a few nlghU i.go by being His hone thrown from his bugcy ran away and the buggy wus badly damaged. Mr. Joe Hunter of Camp Nelson, bus just completed a large tobacco barn for .Mrs. Bell Perkins. Mr. James Koyston went to Buckeyo to attend the funeral and burial of his cousin, Mr. Itay, who was drowned In the back water of Kentucky Mr. James Sutton has about complet ed his tobacco Darn. Mrs. John Simpson continues qulto river. , ... stare. They have remained true In this conflict. They .have done their part uncomplainingly for four long years. In spite of grsat sacrifice and regardless of personal discomfort they have never faltered in tneir ai leglance. With sleepless vigilance and unexampled devoHon tney nave aepi the faith. "They have followed the fortunes and the Cag of thla organization with unwavering courage, while you ara enjoying the comforta of palatial homes and sunny surroundings, and reaping the.rewarda without sacrifice or strain of battle. Afreeta a Generation. "If this organisation dtabanda tt la gone tor a feneration. The producing classes srsrtrwhere will become discouraged. Tea millions of farmers carried in atJM ot France to the land ot ths Ptolemies and under the shadow of tt Pyramids charged hL soldltrs wyftfiees that forty centuries weri looking down upon them. Forty STaUI are watching this contest In Kenacrr this year, Its success or failure will bring encouragement or discouragement to every farmer and labor organisation on the Continent. Kentucklacs have never fallsd. or faltered before. The paat at least Is secure.' Wild vines and roses cover the bones of Kentocklana on everv battle Held from the Utti to the Gulf. We belong to a rice bf warriors. Our itcsslbrS fcisbl aM aorae died In heroic martyrdom In tils very county for every inch of this fair and favored land. Shall we 'surrender now 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 not? They are the first and last to suffer. Tney have the story of this struggle stamped upon In the silence ot the their heart lonely night In homes made desolate by remorseless greed, they have studied this problem, and, mingling their hopes with their prayers, have determined to right their wrongs. Besides, no cause waa aver won in spite of their opposition; none was ever lost with their endorsement. With the gentleness ot Florence Nightingale and the courage of Grace Darling, they have performed tholr part In all of the conflicts and contests of the "Finally l apreal to tho hearts nnd the conscience nnd buslnoss Judgtnon' of every man and woman to stand for your rights. Nothing vrcrth having was ever obtained without sacrifice and hardship. The eternal principles of right and Justice will survive. The God of fairness and truth has never yet forgotten a cause proclaimed and defended by honest men." world will lose - Wall bulldlnc. UooUcallo. W II CaIdILll.vvui4IU. NOTICE - AOMiNtHTUATOirS All persona having claims agaloVl tho ostato of M. C. Sauflcy, deceased. will present the same, to the under! signed, properly proven on or before Uio 12th day ot October, 1910, and at. persons Indebted to said decedent. Ml C Sautloy wilt please sottlo satm ss one of the best In the country Is a nine room, modern built house, It Is noted for Us beautiful thebied by furnace and well finished. .UetLLhy location ,' good neighborhood and close proximity to best 'tachools and churches In the State. tobacco barn with There ate three good tenant houses, a excellent basement for stock 36x134 feet, Considering location, bulldlngs.quallty. land, etc., no more desirable farm home has been placed upon the market. e bofrand heart Napoleon promptly. Admr. of UKOHUE B. STONE. M C. Sautloy, Deceased sick. WHEN MERIT WINS When the medicine you take cures your disease, toes up your system and makes ou feel better, stronger and more vigorous than before. That Is what Foley's Kidney Pills do for you In all cases of backache, headache, nervousness, loss of appetite, and general wertkuess that Is reused by any disorder of the kid slrep-Icasne- ss neighbors. JAMES OTTER, Danville, Ky. If you have anything to in the ll nejs or bladder. Shugars and Tan nor. STOCK -Take to 11 firin on DR7HOAG'S ' year except Suuday. Nunneliey's New Stock Yards He buyennd tl s every day in the Blood and Liver Restorative vour stock. Jiest market m r ' the State with plenty of ed'and water best covered pen, outside of Louisville or LBxiiigtin 'STANFORD, KY. We also do n general hitch and (aed business. -- - LOW ROUND-TRI- P HOMESEEKERS TO FARES A Lirer Medicine and Blood Poiiler The West, Southwest and Northwest 12 ft. St. Louis WITHOUT CHANCE. TRAINS DAILY TO 2 tmm St. Louis TRAINS DAILY WITHOUT CHANGE. VIA r,pS2 2f THE RELIABLE REMEDY for Rbeasutlira, Pimples, Blood and Skin Diseases Tlckots on Salo Flrbt and Third Tuoodn)s In onch Month. Roturn Limit an Days from Pato of Salo. R. V. fI'l'SN. tor Fares T. A. Write V- - and Special Dlnerie Routt Arrangemult.'C J. I' OAKDNKft. O. P. A Strenghtens the nerves, makes new rich blood, increases appetite. More people owe their health and strength to it than any other rem cdy. Don't wait, buy a bottle today. SOLO BY PENNY'S DRUG STORE. MJUinvji,!.!;. jvt reasons. Primarily, no Trust agent or speculator will pay fifteen cents tor green tobacco or any other ktnd. while & hundred million pounds ot the best tobacco grown In the State la hanging In the balance ready to rail upon the market In a single day, "Secondly, they will not attain tbelr wtshes because this Is a bad year for favorites. The dumper will be shown some valuable lessons In the law of eauatlon. This is the ltiu when all things will be made even No matter how hard he works or how fast he drives, he will not get to the market ahead of tho pooler. No airship has yet beeu Invented that will carry the dumper and his crop to tbo market ahead of ua this year. Prepare To Meet Mortgage. "Tho land owner who owes for hl farm or hla automobile may prepare to sell bis stock or corn to meet bis mortgage. The physician, the lawyer and the merchant had better collect tbelr bills. The banker had better look after his outstand'ng Indebtedness. Forty million dollars will not cover the loss In these slity countiet. Famine nor pestllonce could produce greater calamity. Schools, homes, evory class of business professions and element of society, innocent and guilty. thH high urt "' Iow- tne bl er and the little, will alike and Inevltabl-suffThe flower garden of the State will be a'tpafe'ed In desolation. M be the de"A atlll piei.tcr 'om struction of juiir organization, Tho Trust told un Ge jtmrs ago that the fanners didn't have senao enough to Must organize and stsy organized. this cruul prophecy bo fulfilled? Havo we como to roallzn the truth of this pitiless sneer nnd coldbloodod placed upon tho courage and intelligence of millions of peoplo? They will fall for two THE BEST OFFER EVER MADE Home and farm one full year, regt lar price. lar price. Good Housekeeper full year, Mr price Tfe Evenlng 50 Uncle Remus Home Magazine, regt. l.t regi. 1.5 Post, dally, 3 rnon'hj eU The Interior Journal paper full year, your homj I1.C1 J Here you have a value of 155 . All for $2.00. for a short time on Send or bring your order In at on tc The Interior Journal, StnfoM Ky.. This ofl'r Is not good where Wl Evening Post has an agent NOTICE In Uio district court ot the Unit (Hates tor tho Knatern district ot KH ostl-mat- o tucky. In tho matter of Wllllnut W Wbi Stauford, Ky., Sept 19, 1910 A me Ing of the crudltors of tho above na ol Alio tins been adjudged tmnkru v III lie held at tho office of refereo SUinfoid, Ky., on tho 3Uth. day of 3 UIO. at i oclori; n in., to olect n tr leo for thii evtate ot said bankru uud for tho transaction ot other br tiosK qh inoy come boforo Uio ineof Loinpl) with Soc. n; of Uio bauktil act concurnlUK proof of claims, otbl vtio your oiaun cannot no anowi J. N. BAL'NDKIIH, Uofereo in lis ruptcy. S )' m iPi JJIMPJJ) 1" PHifUMMFW" HI' WTJT TW5vWrrrtWW?pG!WWifflWJBlWMHsWP f 'Wl FRIDAY, BBlTBMnKR 23rd, 1810. THE STANFORD, KENT UCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. Ap palachian MONEY CANNOT BUY A BETTER PAINT THAN J. H. Exposition, Greatest Eyer Held In RICHMOND, KENNEDY KENTUCKY Will be Glad to The South. BANNA'S GREEN 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 Oil. REPRESENTING 8erve any of his Lincoln County Friends and At Knoxville, Tenn., 8EPTEMDER 12, TO OCTOBER 12. PETER BUROHARD, OF LOUISVILLE, AT WltU- - W Magnificent find mammoth GLAD TO EXHIBIT PRICES. DESIGNS OF MONUMENTS build-log- s REASONABLE More to sco nnd amuse than ever olfcrcd nt a Houthom exposition. 110,000 In pure for running nnd trotting rnccB. 110,000 In nerlal exploitation, by ma ' chlnea of Wright ilrothcrs, Strocbel 'i.ond other ncranauti. "Ht-- the nlr Fj "The Made to Wear Paint" ' that outwears all others, and that In wearing away docs ally leaving a perfect surface for repainting. FOR IALC BY ALL WORK GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION: o rradu-.- ; m Lincoln CAPITAL SURPLUS RESOURCES bounty national Bank $ fiO.O&MT.Otf Of Stanford, Kentucky. $ 50,0017.00 W. M. BRIGHT, Bfilps." 25,000 In i to exonerate him, however vain ho to completely dominate nnd control W. O. Walker, Stanford; S. H. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Caittr.Sta&ion had any part In th0 Inauguration of legislation. John B. Foster, Stanford; W. H. Shanks, Stanford; T. C, Ranttooe rules They were na bad as kin, Lancaster; J. B. Paxton, Stanford; W. H. Trajlor, Hut wc have not the space nor time (Oor. Oeckham In State Journal.) they could be made. They fixed It so now to review all the evils of their Gilberts Creek; R. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. ADMISSION TO GROUNDS 60 CENTS H. Cummins, Preachersville; Lilburn "The Howling Orccn News, In n very th.it the Senate was never given a wicked career. IN DAY. AFTER 6 P. M., Gooch, Gilberts Crock. labored and painful manner, has re- chance to vote upon the county unit 25 CENT8. cently uudcrUiken to defend Mr Hen bill, although a majority of the sena- 111., Mrs. Jacob Wllmert, Lincoln Jobnuon for tho part he took In tho!,or wcre pledged or had proved to found her way back to perfect health. Remember These Speclsl Dstes. preparation of the Infamous rules ot.voto ,or lt-- They came near preventing She writes: "I suffered with kidney vo,e uron Sept liM the last State Senate, and bis record Income tax amend-o- trouble nnd backache and my apLire stock and races.. STANFORD, KENTUCKY I c.ent, alll.ough s of the peo-W- e petite was very poor at times. A few the temperance question. Night horse show.... Sept. 13, II, IS. ORGANIZED IN 1882. favored It, and even weeks ago I got Foley's Kidney lllls do not believe that tho News,lp,,J ot Sept. 22, 23, 24. Uench Show CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. they and gave tbem a fair trial. They " "" by Bome hocuT-ocus- , even In tho ardor of its support of SURPLUS EARNED, $22,000. Pigeon and pet stock show In putting a cloud upon tfcu gave me great relief, so continued Mr. Johnson, would knowlnclv nl..'uc.--edcHAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $K5)4,-'Sept 27 Oct. I represent 1 am again in perfect !(.ethnd until now and the Incts In the case; but Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety, Oct. Toultry show They made It possible for tho lobby health." Shugars and Tanner. It Is Apparent that Its editor has been Boxes for Use of our Customers. Wc Solicit Your Accounts Wright Urother's nlrshlp days ninilo tho dupe of n very erroneous account of them, and this belated ef. DIRECTORS. Sept. J OFFICER. .7 Kvery fori, about eight months alter the oc8troeble'a dlrlglblo baloon. F Reid, . H, Baugbmact. . S. Mocker, President; day .....Sept 12, Oct 12 currence, to defend .Mr. Johnson's M D. Elmore, J. M. Pettas, The heart it wonderful double pump, tliroogh the S. T. Harris, part In framing thoso rules Is a action of which the blood trcarn ii kept H. C, Baaghman, . F. Cummins, Pain's lire works every ctenltiK II. C. Baughman, Cashier. round and round through the body at the rate of leven 'y. Sept 12, Oct. 12. most palpably weak excuse for him S. T. Harris, no. C. Robinsoc; YV. W. Saunders, Ind. Bookkeeper mile an hour. "Remember thii, that our bodies It Is noticeable that so long a time E. C. Walton, Sept Uattle of the clouds J. S. Hocker. k without food, will not ttand the strain of J. IL Harris, Bookkeeper 8ept. 26, OcU. tins been allowed to elapse before W. H. Murphy. Kail of Porapcll pure blood anymore than the enKine can run unooth-l- y without oil." After many years of study in the Special rates every day, and re- a denial or explanation should bo ofactive practice of medicine, Dr. R. V, Pierce found mi markably low railroad rates to Knox- - fered, and only can thu delay bo acthat when the. stomach wat out of order, the blood upon the theory thai It jlllo and return on Tuesday and counted for impiare and there were symptoms of feneral breakdown, a tonie made ol the glyceric extract of certain haa Ixin desired that the recollection Make your home as modern for your family as a ico; -MR. FARMER: Thursday as follows: roots was the best corrective. This be called In the minds of the people about the residence, and place yourself in a position to get the latest market quotations 13.60 whole transaction should at any time. This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service be given Stanford Which you and your neighbors can net for a sum that is email compared vrith ' 13.70 time to fade. Moreland the benefits received. Call or address our nearest office or write direct to J3.70 IVeinj made without alcohol, this " Medical Discovery " helps the stomach to Junction City Our nowllng Green contemporary leadqiiartcrs, Nashville, Tenn.', for information regarding our special "Fr--me- rt' assimilate the food, thereby curing dyspepsia. It is especially adapted to diseases has either forgotten the facts or else attended with excessive tissue waste, notably in convalescence from various Line" rate. If you are not at present enjoying telephone eervice,. frer" See This Great Exposition. it has been grossly Imposed upon. levers, for thin. blooded people and those who are always " catching coid." can immediately interest you. Our lines cover the States ot Kentucky; c Iho State Journal frequently and cor nt Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser is sent on receipt pi 31 Tenneefeee, Miseissippi, Louisiana and the Southern portion of Indians aadi President, rectly at the ttmo gave the facts, and stamps for the French book of 100H page. Address Dr. W. J. OLIVER, EAST TENNESSEE TEL. A TEL. CO. Illinois. K. V. Pierce, No. 663 Main Street, Buffalo, N. Y. of them were never its statements ' (IKOOBPORATKDl disputed. No newspaper In the State nnd no man, so far as It cmld hear, Some typewriter advantages denied the accuracy of Its statements. which, when investigated, At tho opening of tho session of matchlets flro orks grand G. battle of tho clouds and I'aln's "Kail of Pompeii." MulhaU'a famous wild west and 25 MR. JOHN80N AND dlber shows of note. TH08E SENATE RULES .Ureuteit bands in all America. L L. SANDERS, B. Crab Orchard, and PRUITT, Moreland, S. H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT' J. B. PAXTON, VICERgS mT CASHIER, ESTER, ASS7. HACK HAYS FOSTER, CLERK. DIREOTOHSl i to FIRST NATIONAL BANK n nine-tenth- I1 K'" H , 2 22-2'- The Human Heart over-wor- ' 19-2- 9r RURAL TELEPHONES. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery aJI VI One-te- II cloth-boun- d STIRRING TIMES. wo are having In the building line. We carry a full line, of lime, plnster, cement nnd everrthlng else needed Kvorj thing purchased tor building, here will bo foarvl of tho best quail-t- y and the best for Intended purposes. We will savo you trouble and unnuct inry expense by sending to u for an estimate. J. A ALLEN, Stanford, Ky. NOTICE. In tho district court of tho United States for tho Eastern district of Kentucky, In tho matter of Clarence SIddIc. Uankrui.it. Uy virtue of nn order entered by J. Notice of Salo ou Ilankruptcy. N. Saundcr, referee In tho above jjtyled case, I, as trusteo of same, will on Saturday tho 22nd dty of October A. D., 1910. between the hour, of. 10 o'clock a. si. nnd 3 o'clock p, m. on the premises being C2 ncres of fann land, situated In Lincoln county, Kentucky, on the waters of Oreen river, adjoining tho Denham farm, and lying near the postofflce of Jumbo, Kentucky, expose to public J .., sale to the highest and best bidder, fwcash In hand, the above described tract or parcel of land, together with nineteen ncres of land adjoining same, nns numiwl ihv CUareuce J. Slnnle. the bankrunt abavo named, and also one-ha-lf Interest In the growing crop upon tho said land. Given under my band this the 19th day ot Algust, 1910. IL A. DYCHE. Trusteo. MEDICINE NARCOTIC NOT A A RELIABLE Mrs. F. Marti, St. Joe, Mich., says Foley's Honey and Tar saved her little boy's lifo. She writes; "Our boy contracted a bronchial trouble una as the dostor's racarclne did not cure hlui, I gae Mm Foley's Honey nnd Tar In which 1 have great faith, It cured the cough as well as tbVchoklnR nnd gagging spells, and be got well In short time Foley Honey nnd Tar has many times saved ua much trouble and wo are never without It la the house." Suugars and Tanner lit-tl- o the General Assembly last January, two of the most nctlvo and busy men In Frankfort, not hating official duties! hero, were Mr. Ben Johnson nnd Mr. John Whallcn. It was genernlly that they were here "heln--l It ItiG to organise" thu two houses. appeared that their oITorts weio pir- - j tlcularly dlructcd townrds organlrlns the senate, nnd tucitt't wm orsanl.eJ . rather to aj larftc, to a queen brewor'H tuste, eveiy one must admit. The rule, v!il'h wore tvlioitly II t not elands illne'v, rulironded. thrcnvV were a monitroiM mockery of pirila. mentary Justice, and placed nbo-- , lutuly in tho hands of two or three . members the control of legislation I Speaker Cunnon In his palmtottt days never had an thing so bad and uufalr. 1.1 nn had and Combs Senator charge of pruparuig thorn and seemed to Maw home outside assistance In tht work. The rules they prepared were so row, that they ovldently fiwred to put them to n vote of the Senate; so thoy had taken the pro caution, a they thought, of putting In the resolution, directing thcin to prepare the rules, a prolslon which read like this, "Said rule shall be come opei.itlve when reported to tho Senate." Mark the significance .of this clause. It says "When reported." not "when adopted by the Senato." One of thoso Senators stated that th0 clause was put In the lesolutlon at the suggestion of Congressman Hen Johnson. In some way It was left out of the resolution when It pased, but those Senators thought It was still In. Isn't It rather strange that no denial wna ever made about the Congressman's rart of It? Now, our friend, the News, tries to explain It away by Buying: "The News knows that the resolu. tlon referred to was written by Ell II. Drown und that Air. Johnson happened to enter the room where tho resolution was being prepared and offered a suggestion which, If It had been adopted, would have resulted In the refusal of the 8cnato to adopt la In fact, Mr. Johnson's suggestion was to prevent deception and had It been adopted thero is no doubt but that It would have served tho purpose for which It was Intended." Now that Is the most curious "explanation" we liavo over seen. It Is useles to discuss It. It speaks for itself. 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Publlshtr whom are gone I remember nil of HELTON SAUFLEY Judge Napier. Judge Wlnfred Ilnllnv nnrt Offlce at Stan- imlge Cook all fine and good men Entered at the Post Miner, warren. Ilill. Welch nnd ford, Ky., aa Second Class malL George Saufley nnd his great father man wnom no and groat In a stntcment In which he declnrcs rr orator ever nobler Juristas r r lived and brave thnt the crusade which) he feels Im- holdler as ever lolluwed Morgan on a n NO TROUBLE TO HARNE8S Inpelled to wnge against the liquor battlefield. Who can tke his place' terests of the State nnd nation Cic horse If the harness was bought I nopp you win select a one a personal and political nmn who nut always been his friend here Our heuvy harness especially Is haR of 20 years, William J. Dry-a- and not his enemy friendship Hon Geo. Stone built o It will not chnfo or gall even he Ipd bolted the head nnd C C. Fox nnd Charles announced Hardin under the heaviest pull. I'se It and of th0 Democratic Stntc ticket in Ne- were all his life long friends and If braska and would not support James Lincoln wants a man she has Joe Pax- ouil gel more work out of your C Dahlman for Governor Mr Urvan ton horses Hnve less money to lay out and Alcorn, all of these would says ho regrets that he Is compelled make good men for the place. for ointments and sore remedies too. to take the stand he does his first It Col. Breckinridge could call back denarturo from political regularity J. C. MeCLARY. Stanford, Ky. a few years, how I would like to see H. Co. but says he feels It Is his duty to do him take Saufley's place; and Judge by o because of the position taken Saufley would say, "Amen, well done the Democratic nominee on the II my good and faithful servant." He Notice which quor question. The statement was ray truo friend. We ran ngalnst PROFESSIONAL AND mmt In a way Is apologetic to none, does one another, but were always friends Mr. Hryan will sup- to not Indicate that the last port the candidate of any other par We have a saw rolll for sale with your men If he ty, but Anounces that ne is n pro Is Old Lincoln stick to KINCAID A. FOSTER, a good man, dead or alive. Madison engine, bailer 30 nounced advocate of county option county was the place of my birth, Fay All Kind of Insurance, Nothing but and the early saloon closing law, both ette of my manhood, but old Lincoln a new saw mill for sale, '.4 cash, bal the Best Companies. ancc In two, lour and six months, of which he Insists are menaced oy nnd Garrard of my boyhood and Office at State Bank & Trust Co., Mr Dahlman's candidacy. good notes. King's Mountain STANFORD, KENTUCKY. love them still. All of my boyhood with friends In Lincoln are dead except Planing Mill, King's Mountain, Ky. MINKS HOTEL Congressman Ben Johnson complain Sam Baughman, Jim Ed and Mack Moreland, ed at the committee meeting at Lex Bruce, George Warren and Bob Porter Abe Mlnkt, ington that democratic campaign com- Gone to try the stern realities of an Ky. Prep. FOR SALE! In mittees In the past have been run unseen and unknown world. We will Depot and New Hotel Opposite the Interest of some candidate or otr all soon havo to go and I want,to say Small well mproted farm outside Stable. Special Rates to Traveling er. A Russell Me paper aptly says to my mend, mat it i snouiu me- -t mm that as Mr. Johnson was chairman of In that beautiful city above, ''I, was of town limits between Stnnford and rren Everything Brand New.. Single acres good Rooms. the last State campaign committee, he true to him while he was. living und Rowland containing 23 ought to know what he is talking am ready to die for him after his bouse, out bouses new barn fine Wonder whose interest that death if necessary. We used to talk young about. R. M. N EWLAND orchard, water at house nnd Representing The committee was run in? As the Johi for hours of the past, at night when from he was holding conrt nt Danville. He barn. Would make a good dairy oi Mutual Eenefit Life Insurance Co. son candidacy sprang from the committee's headquarters at asked me one night If I had been every truck farm for right man. Tho leading annunl dividend ComLouUUlle, looks like Johnson was where 1 was telling him of what hap I also have farm of 104 acres of un pany. Its dlfctlnctlon Is due to adherright, after all, at least concerning pened to me at Mt. Arle, North Caroence of successive managements to improved land situated on Dix river one campaign commit'". the principle of mutuality. lina In 1870 when I wus there with n lot cf mules of Col. Helm'. He then and county road. This land Is all 1;. W. W. uURCIN Here's luck to the Eleventh district told me of his luck there as a soldier Sjasa except 1G acres which Is in culti 5-- 8 34-INC- H DENTIST. democrats and their nominee but we I only know of a few of my fathers vatlou. This land will grow line toare afraid that the Powers strength Is friends that are left Uncle John bacco or corn and has some fine tim Office at Residence. (I was at his wedding about too strong for them. What they fall Bright CRAB ORCKARD. KV to get In the Eleventh because of him 70 years ago.) Dr. Owsley .Mr. Sam ber on it. Will sell cheap and make the party will obtain out In the State1 Embry, (he Is related to Judge Wal- terms to suit the purchaser or will DR. T. W. PENNINGTON however, for this nomination has ker) Mr. Sara Shanks I met his ac- trade for town property. Dentist For Informade thousands of new democratic complished daughter, Mrs. Tate at mation write or call on me at Row- Hours S. 2 A.M. and 1 to 4:30 P.M voters for the ticket this year and Ctab Orchard this Summer I knew oltico Myers House flats Stanford Ky Frank Cordler. her mother In Madison county. Mack land next. DR. W. N. CRA'IQ, Huffman 1 remember wruen he and Oculist and Optician State Senator Ely lierlrnm, of Clln Mr. Pulliam built the Tribble House Deafness Cannot Be Cured Oillce over H. J. .Mcuopens' otore ton county was nominated for con-- ' on the Danville pike. It was burned u Stanford, Ky. cress by the democrats of the 11th! many ears ago. I knew Col. Lackey t7 local appUcatlona.ear. thrr rannot reach the to pornoo of tn Tbert h onlr one war district in convention at Somerset and Col. Guest when a boy. 1 stayed cur. dtalstM. ud that U by routltutloul mnrdira. PRESSED STANDINO SEAM GAL. I. bjr an Inflamed rooditloo ot yesterday. Senator Bertram over- with Col. Guest's father when a little Wearmaa llntaeauatd Ux Lualatfelaa Tube. Whea the. ot macoti VANIZED ROOFING. came a republican majority of I'.Wjti to boy going south and his mother gave tub. t lnfiamed rou hare rumblinc aouod or ttua hearta. mil when It k entirely tkmrU. Larqe Quantities carried In Stock. be elected to the State Senate and if me some cheese and light bread to u lb. mult, and uom. u USimnulloa cu Da anyone in the 11th can defeat Powers, tike with me next day, and the Col. taken out and tola tube rretorrd to lu normal condiEADS" TIN SHOP, Stanford. tion, hearmt it Is he. has a warm place In my Tieart for It out often arewui be dntrorrt toreeer; ntoe caar Phone 11. rauwd by Catarrh, wbko I. Dothttf yfL I remember all of our great men but an Inflamed condition of the mueoua aurtarea. We will aire One Hundred Dollar, lor anr eaM ot JOHN COOK Congressman Ollle James of tlie In Crittenden Dunlay, Bell, Breckin- Dearoee. (rawed by catarrh) that cannot be cured by UaU'i Catarrh Cure, Send tor circular, tree. first district, has announced his can- ridge, Stephenson, all great men. Veterinary Surgeon and dentist. didacy for U. S. Senator to succeed One of the greatest debates wG ever w) ot ururgiau. 7c Specialist on all horse and animal Senator T. H. Paynter "Big 01" Is a tad wns between Mr, Bell and Mr. Tali 1WI raollj mil tor CenitlsaUon. Stanford, Ky. pnone i disease. ways than Breckinridge at Harrodsburg nnd mighty big man in more " v. WILL ADAMS of the rodsburg, and Mr. Bell and Mr. Stepn- ono but he Is going to have one 1 r all great and migh biggest Jobs on his hands he has ever enson at Dan'-lllLivery; all kinds of hauling, Furty men. This was beiore the war. Irf -- t tackled yet. niture packing. t Mr. and Bell Phone "3. Mr. Stanford, Ky. They were running for Hoosevelt is having the fight of his MASONS' MEETING. I luve heaid all of the life for election ns temporary chair- Governor man of the New York state conven- great men of the South, Stephens, tion. The Sherman leaders claim Hill, Gordon and many others, but III meet Lincoln Lodge No. ft) K Ji A M they have the Hon hunter beaten, but Ball anil Brecklnrldgp could come up n ttnteil communication on ench nrat nnd, TJU Monday nlnhla olrncn month, atHtati- hlrd ... hHie hull nn we won't believe It until we see It. to any of them. Let old KentucKy main ktrteet. come back to the days of Clay, Crlt-t- f Ky. MemUrt ot aliter loilcea are fra- irl. inviteu lu iw pre.ru. nMIIV ndon, Marshall, Breckinridge, StephA court at Richmond, Va., has Just olncton Hec. held that the word "liar" constitutes enson. Bell. Macoftin, Beck, Dunlap, ( the first blow In a fight. It's ap old Knott and man) others of gone-bJ. J. DELDEN. uays, anu roil up u.uuu iiuijuniy 111 taw in Kentucky 't rbouie rarrlrgeand lun pnlntlncilero-- , tiui for the old democratic party. r lite itier naniiinKaito ouRgy iiiiiuiiiijk aqr. received a letter from Judge Saufley or U klmla ancn aa tone rrcoierru curlnlna TV! Early Morning Fire a few days beiore ne uieu. uou mess nnd boon niauv. ruoporr.Murm le'eblnclc (AJ him. I hope he Is at rest from the .until ahop Weat Muln Mt . Minn ord Kt.,IN2 REAL SANITARY PLUMBING riiono.No.0JH- trials of this lite one of the greatest J J llKLt'KN ' DESTROYS LUTES' BROS.' STORE and grandest noblemen of them all es Its cost over nnd over agiilu In AT TURNERSVILLE You run th. best country paper In lossvned doctor's bill. Hut you must, the State and wish you much Biutess be sure that It Is real. It Isn't the' Fire of unknown origin destroyed A DEMOCRAT OF No. l Mout!i,ll:rfl p. m. OLD THE No.il, Mouth, to UAH white basin and nkkeled pipes that. the Lutes' Bros, store at Turnersvllle SCHOOL. No, St. s'ortb.t.to a. 31. early Wednesday morning. It hn"d v v. J. make sanitary plumbing. No. H. North, It Is M ' "i No Just been sold to James F. Cash, the BRACKETT. nay they are put together. Hate us No if 1 v r x other hustling Turnersvllle merchant, of J. W. nnd Little Clarence, .son e havo the but he had not yet taken possession. Kmma Rrackelt-i- a genu to !0 a guest do your plumbing JOS. S. HICE, Agont. Mr tiish owned the building, which with the angels. He was with us bu' "know how " Y Stanford, Kentucky. was Insured for 11,000, while Lutes a few short months but he made manEros, had about 18,700 on the stock. friends. He was the Idol of his fath K. WARNER, The blaze broke out atontl o'clock er and mother and loved by all whe Stanford, Ky, W ednosday morning and the famllj knew him. Ho passed from the stag,. 'Hone 188. living U,)btalrs oer the store, had to of e.irtlt action on the 16th of Sept make a qulfk escape. No clew to the ll'io being about eighteen months old ,. North-cotcuuse of the lire could be discovered. nnd left father, mother, one sister, two Mr. Cash will re- hfilf ltirs, one half brother and s It Is understood that build the storeroom soon. LANCASTER. KY. lict of relatives to mourn his loss but to all these we would say ween Furniture nod Undertaking. BUYER OF You nover take n chance on n lire, not for vour great loss Is his eterna Day Phone 28. night or day It ou are protected In snln and besides all this Cod oilers All Kinds the companies represented by Jesso vou conditions of a reunion with little Night I'liono 133. Stanford Branch T. K. Tuoor, M'g'r. Clarence. t: Wearen, tho Insurance Man. Clarence cannot come to you again WE ARE PAYING TODAY FOR: Kentue-Hy- . O. L. Penny guarantees Hyomol to but you shall soon go to him. Truly EiJES c cure catarrh, coughs, colds ana sore while the years an endless host come hens throat or money back. You take no pressing swiftly on the brightest Fryers DRIVEN FROM HOME lM2o c risk. Just breathe It: that's all. Com names that earth can boast Just fills Turkeys Undertakers and Embalm. - ten and then are gone by fire's fierce ravages, what a com plete outfit $1. Separate bottle of HyoDucks en. Also Dealers in Fur A. P. UltACKETT, Stanford. Roosters, per lb uicl CO cunts. family to know their Are niture, Mattings,RuB. They 7c fort to tho Hides per lb will exchange Furniture for PUBLIC SALE Insurance policy will provldo them Feathers Wearelnpoiltlontodonllklndi ot all Kind oi Stock. Give Here a Remedy That Having decided to give up house ulME AND SALT FOR SALE OR IN with another. Have us lssuo you Work, farvments u.c" can ok any thing (rom fact. w "' mttke Them a Call. Pricea Right, EXCHANGE FOR HRODUCE. toouae down to a Xt?nc keeping. 1 will oirer or snio at my one today, ro that yuu will be protect ot. you promptly and iuarant Wo can atorva 153 you. Phone Will Cure Eczema nrt-cla- KENTUCKY work and material. Ouii and get our prlMi bajue on Danville avenue on 8atur. We can pleats ed In case such a disaster happens to STANFORD. M., Hav. September 24th 1910. at 2 before you buy your material at leait. you. It's worth the cot Just to know ,' "WE PROVE IT." mj entire household effects consisting oi uun cf a number oi you are protected. Flro insurance wardrobes, parlor and Why waste time and money export ami wninnt. two fca'es you from worry ns well as ruin Stanford, Ky, living room chairs, 1 set of china, t5 In and Manufacturer ot mentlng with greasy salves and lo- pieces, 2 tint ram, i oi wumui, CRAB ORCHARD, KY. W. S. FISH Marblo and Buyer of Monution, trying to drive the eczema oak, mirrors attached. 1 walnut kind STANFORD, KY. PHONE 200 utensllii of every germ from underneath the skin when All kinds of farm produce and hanilsonio bookcase, also good cider the druggist at the drug store guar I Msrkri nd I'oati ,Unitry and Law Vutvaaml Hottfua. Offlce unit worki, Mc Fall An hc paying today for antees ZEMO, a clean liquid prepara ...ill aniiKiitn criuuer. ice uua, fnct lions Kluuy,Ky. 'J to IOC tables, and In lioezern. tion for external use to rid the skin house Kgcs.i ...lUc My new fall and winter samples arc OHIO VALLEY EXPOSITION of the germ life that causeo the everything tJiat Is ntcoasary for goto 11 to 11 M'c ripriiigors trouble? One application will re keeping Aug. 29 Sept. 24, 1910. now ready for yoar Inspection, They Two gooi milk cows will be olferod, (toasters lieve the Itching nnd oftentimes one 5 to S I'artou'a Iteataurnnt iJincoiter, Htrest A magnificent parade will take comprise the boat on the market. 1 bottlo Is sufficient to cure a minor one of Hum n fine butter matter. Htanford K. ,1'--' to lite can Turkeys Terms enfh. case of ecieiua suit any one as to price vtho has 3 hours to pass a Riven point will Meali aervod at nl I tour up to 11 ao r. M. .J. P. Chandler, Auctioneer, lieitpinclu wn ora ijcxRl ijulek In oor 2,000 towns mid titles In 7 to fcc his clothes made to order. Ducks A suit mark tho oponlng of the Ohio Valley MRS. SALIIE R. SAUFLEY. niepl, merlca, the leading druggist ha C to 7c made to your measure U preferable Exposition, Aug. 211th 11)10. rooking to tult our cuatomcriour ipeclalty Hld'JS toll the agency for ZEMO and he will Special MR. AUSTIN DEAD. Hplendld new line o( fanoy To hav you of the marvelous cures made by 15 to 43c to roady made clothes. A telegram has been received by his Feathers .. CJrocorlea. this clean, simple treatment. ZEMO them made to measure doesn't cost low rates to Cincinnati, O., via the nnnounclng the sudMeal, Flour, Ship Stuff and Chick, any Is recognized us the cleanest and wife at lancaster more than ready made when Q. & O. routo havo been placed lu Hot Coffee, Hundwlcbei, plei.tilutter milk in Hat popular treatment for eczema, den death of Thomas Austin, morning- - n noft -" In exchange for quality Tnesdnr ttmei.- and fit Is considered. Come effect. Ask ticket agent for particu pimples, dandruff and all other forms tie tTeckTMtrh settrcu w Produce. lars. W. A. Ilecklcr, General lassen In and let mo take your measure of skin or scalp affections whether Ho went there last week in . A. ger Agent, Cincinnati, O. an Infant or grown person Will you health He was one of the best known 11, C llupley, the Tractlcal Tailor 5 Phone 20. try a bottle on cur recommendation business men in Lancaster Penny's drtftf store, EXTRA SIZE Mil We know the extreme Large Men have trouble usually getting garments over-shado- jo n Large Enough run our suits to Phone 11. J. Baughmnn& This time we feel we can better please you than ever before. We h-- eSftgSJgs&size 5U. : Trousers 52, OVERALLS to 50; UNDERWEAR to 50, WORK SHIRTS 2 And Dress Shirts v to 19 inch Collar. Extra Heavy Suspenders, No. 12 Shoes. 7 hat and BIG- 30-1- UMBRELLAS. Now say we have'nt and BIG CLOTHES. IDEAS Deat-ut- H. J. McRoberts. Steph-Richmon- . I Ico Cream Soda Water t -- Phosphates y 1 I Grape Juice I 1 L& N. TIME THBLE & 1 I, thi - W. M And a Large List (Genuine Thirst Quenchers At PENNY'S DRUG STORE, Jj ffi j$ BBSBSBR TniBBLE. H. B. L.Beazley&Co w. I m. of Farm Produce c 10-ll- i- - Stanford, U'-U- c &c CONCRETING 15-1- 0c is con-SKi- 'v I. neu-roo- m-i- s Harry Jacobs, r PHILLIPS BROS., 3 -' side-k...n-- Cranlto ments, itrm WinjeTSuitings When Hungry " W w M 1j m$ i 'c Feed-for-sale'- -or t. i "i CARSON. Prop. BEPTEMIJKtl 3nl, 1910. THE STANFORD, KENT UCKY INTERIOR 'JOURNAL. 5 3&-- 1 Don't Get ChillecJ To The Bone These Cool Nights when one of our OUTING or WOOL NAP BLAFKETS will keep you so warm. . Wc begin at Wcfor a pair of Outing Blankets and have all grades Wc have been busy for the last three months getting together a up to $2.00 and $2.60 for Wool Nap. stock of Dry Goods, Carpets, Suits, Cloak;, Blankets, and Shoes All Wool Blankets $3.00 to $0.00 per pair. . that we believe will please our customers. In our enthusiasm for quality and style we have not forgotten that the price plays an important part. We bought our goods right and bought them to sell, therefore the reasonable price prevails here. Come and look. New Kid Gloves Wc have secured the agency for It Is Your Move "Eskay" Kid Gloves Wc have all Colors and Sizes at $2.00 and $1.00. The quality is excellent. All gloves fitted. . There la a new line of 26c box Judge. (pedal values at Tennr'a Drug waa here Arthur Peter, of Loulatlllc. on business this week. Vtore. Thoman Jackson and J. C. Mosklns, of DanUlle, wcro here Tuesday SEVERANCE & SON, ,rfrt SHORT LOCAL NEWS Stanford, Kentucky. PERSONAL NOTES at her quite Mm Albert III Alfred Tnurmlnjr. Air. Sovoranco tins been avenue. home on Ponce naa taken quite III Fted Cook li Buffering from an Abccra In bis tooth. Ml fg Mary Ilurdrtte wan the gumt of Mm. A. J. Evana at Junction City last week. MImfbr Mary n. and Lena Heck am the attructlvo guents of Mlaa Anna Chancellor. MIm Mollle Hrookn, of t'rnb Orchard, and Mm. C. K. Tate, upent In Clnclnnntl. Mr. II. I). Miracle, of Outage, I loll county, n valued I J , aubscrlber, la hero on n vlalt to IiIh father, John Miracle and family In the tlreen river Wed-neday section. .lonephlne nnd Mikh I.llllan IllKtiey have gnnp to New Market, Tenn . to vlult rolatlvea and lll aloo uttoml the Appalachian Hxpotttlon befor,, returning home I). U will meet with Mm. Miry llurch at the collcKe Tuemlay afternoon at half pan two o'clock Mr. and Mm Virgil U-- and llttl.i (laughter, of Mlddloahoro are giifwU of Mm. Hugh Held The young inotli er aa formerly Mini Mnry i'cnnlng Ion, of Mill city Mr. and .Mm. J S llnughman Mr. and Mm J. W lliughman, and Hov. D. M. Walker attended th ChHatlan church convention at Owensboro thlr Mm Unrnctte, of I.oxlng-Ioare vIMtlng Mr and Mm. Dlnhon. Mm. Dr. J T MorrU and daughter Air. and n The Warren tirlgiby Chapter, IT. MIm Cllft U ntnong one ol Covington' lumdhomott young women, of pointeii-lngrant dignity of manner and culture. Judge Wllllnmii In Commonwealth's attorney of Kenton county. The wedding will be In the late Mil Thl announcement will he of much Intereft In l.lmoln and adjoining counties, where lude Williams Is so 1opular. lie Is a turner I ockcastle boy, nnd line won nwey recognition ol hi brilliant jtilltite in hi adopt- ed home. Caahler. J O llnlley of the Crab Orchard Hanking Co, n here Tie-tato gee hli brother Hledsoe Bailey, ho continued confined to hit room wlthi rheumatism. Tho Covington, Ky., rout naya: Mr. and Mm. Charlton II (.'lift, or Ft. Mltcholl, have announced the of their daughter little Mae CUtt to Jmlgf It (1 Wllllnmi y county Judge of said coiiny court,--a- nd The tobacco men will hold a big It appearing to tho court 'LVtC Notice of Election mcetnlg here to morrow to discuss aald petitioners are legal votew all the pooling question. said Wnynesburg voting prectdcVrf Fer Btc. 22 1,1001b feeders, nice Kegular tern Lincoln ounty Court I. and this day the said potlUorf apue First National Bank has brightones. Dr. Hugh Iteld. 69-Mr. V J. Dorler. of Mlsslslpp, ened up greatly with a new coat of held Sept. 12th 1910, Hon. Jamen P, peared in open court and tli6'ttert being sufficiently advised. has Joined his wife hero who la via". Bailey Presiding. Allss Ella .May Saunders on Friday paint within and without. It Is now ordered and Hlng her jaircntg Mr. and Airs. E. T. In the matter of thc citizens of the an election be and tho adjudged Ibsl Sept. 3o will have a display of fall nnd I'ence. Insure your property In Kentucky's same hata, See them before you own Henry Clay flro Insurance ComWayncsburg voting precinct No. 1 to called to bo held at th next NoVto-be- r Allss Mary Vanoy who waa taken 111 winter buy. 60-regular election, liuo, in. Waynes-burpany. H. AI. Newland Agent. take tho sense of whether or not cat- with typhoid fever while on a visit to voting relatives In Liberty, la reported doDellnquent"schooi"taxes"not paid by tlo sheep and hogs conUnue to run at tho sense of precinct No. 1. To'Wfc You are. cordially Invited to nttend tho legal voters id8J4 ing nicely. our fall opening of millinery Friday Oct 1, will be ndverUsed. L. It. large. Waynesburg precinct No. 1 oh-'- - tM -Mm. Ella Green, of liustonvllle, ar- Sept. 30th. .Mimes Vandcveer. a special term of the Lincoln question of whether hogs, catlfe'aMt At Hughes, treasurer. rived yesterday nnd la the guest of county court held on the 31st day of sheep shall bo permitted to eonUttitar-tA'm. Jennie Wolf, on Haat I.exlngv run at large, and tho clerk ottOH SO arret, of land, For Sale Good, eight room house, boxed cot- August, 1010, a petition signed by T. ton avenue. Danville Advocate. with lot and garden and all necessary tnge, good barn, blacksmith shop and J. Burleson, T. 8. Reynolds, B. . Jor-do- court is directed to prcpaxe ana'tf-live- r .Mla Pauline Mocker, who Is In to tho officers holding aaldefie all other necessary outbuildings, well C, 3. Guinn, A. B. Morgan, B. attending Transylvania la Ink- outbuildings. Also coal bins nnd watered and fenced close to church Whceleti L. U. Uooch, T. O. (Jooch, C. tlon all necessary ballot" books- - aft ing an M. A. degree. She graduated store building with good stock of ind school. Price only 11,100. by law. C (looci'.-- J. II. Wheeler, H. AI. In tlw I). A course last term. goods. Stanford ileal Estate Company Alack Koontz, V. L. Singleton, A copy Attest. Terms reasonable. Call or Mr. Joseph Alack GEORGE B. COOPER, ClSrEv .V.. H. Mitchell. James Uable, J. 9. left write to Airs. J. C. Napier, ilowland, There will be an Ice cream supper onuiruay ror his homo In Stanford, Ky., J. O. Wilson, at Rowland Chapel Saturday night Wilson. Alaynard. AI. Caleb Newell, for particulars. where he will attend school L. Datson. Win. Th0 young ladles' circle; of tint The 24Ui for the benefit of the Rowland Richard many friends ho made here regretted Spalding, John O. Orcutt, Stanley Mc- t nristian church will have an as Everybody Is Invited. mission. .Misses Strnub will havo their opento ve him leave intosh; J II. Preston, W. It. Singleton, change In .Mr.. J. L. Beaxloya sUSm Diwvllle Advocate. Col. (leorge D. Weatherford's many Aloiiroo Thompson, J. Sweeney, F. S. satin day nlternoon. Mm S Tortman, of Lexington, nnd ing Sept 30th of fall nnd winter hats. All ladleg are Invited to cnll and see friends will be glad to know- tlint hu is uoocn, Yiintls Singleton, E, II. Cald Mr. and Mm. John Wentzel. r.f Oi. Airs. J K Portman, of Stanford, .. . .. . to return to liustonvllle to make his wen m, r. utmuen, was tiled. in open tenhelm, paid the I. Jr a pleasass: the first of the week on n visit them home as soon as he disposes of his court before Judge James P. Bailey call Friday afternoon to the family of their sister, .Mm. Lily How Is this for a bargain? 169 stock or goods In Danville. He will Warren In the Carlton lllock, acres of land situated In a good com- be associated In business with his Itecord. munity close to churches nnd hcIiooIf brother, J O. Wentherford. Miss Kate Itcgle left yesterday for New five room cottnge, 3 porches, par the course nt the medical department try and hall, large barn 10 stalls and Unknown persons dynamited Dlx Oxford, Pa, where she will spend n hed, but.gy houre hen house el". Hlver for a considerable distance week with friends nfter which she JMnre well watered, There is an immense difference between a tonic and a-cittern nt door, Monday night and thousands of fish will return to Baltimore nnd begin fencing good and buildings all new. are said to have floated dead upon stimulant. Up one day, way back the next; that's- - at; s of university. Dan- All this farm can be cultivated and the surface. The Danville Fishing ville Advocate. Club tins offered $100 for tre capture stimulant, steady progress day by day toward perfect pood land. Price (Cfi per acre. Mr. and Aim. J. M. Keano nnd dnugh of the miscreants, and an additional Stanford Kent Estate Company health; that's a tonic. Ayers Sarsaparilla fer a: tonic; ter. Allss Huth Keane, of Junction City reward will be asked from thc State. have returned from a trip through the a strong tonic. The only Sarsanarilla entirely free, from Tobacco grow org will find coke an Dr. W. F Illckie" andJ.' O. Carpen east. They attended th0 meeting of alcohol. Do not stimulate unless your doctor says-so- . I ter will the Natlonnl Hankers' Association In Ideal fuel for drying tobacco. Write church) speak at the Hubble Christian Sunday afternoon at half past Baltimore Mr Keano Is one of the or phone us. Danville (Ky ) (Jns Light ne Knows, ask mm. Do as tie says. J.C.AyerCo.,UuZiUfcu: two o'clock. Dr. Hlckle's subject will most prominent In Kentucky and at- Company. b "What a doctor sees and " hears Constipation U the one great cauie of bilioutnett. Indigestion, tends all the big meetings, that other people are not permitted breath, debility, nervoutneu. Hat your doctor ever recommended Ayer'i Pilltto-yots- ? Fred Rarnett. who has been quite Lost Plain gold bracelet, lleward to see and hear." Dr. Carpenter will III for over a week, was able to get speak on up town Thursday and Is Improving for return to this office. , nicclv now After a 'three weeks'"illnes8 of tyllledHtv) . BaJley .was stricken with Constipation nnd Indigestion are phoid fever, of which she was very s and a complication of twins. They kill people inch by Inch, suddenly attacked Allss Daisy Hutchl rheumatism early this week nnd haH sap life away even day. Holllstcr's died nt Brynntsvllle. She was It! been confined to his bed for some, Hocky Mountain Tea removed the. yearn of age and the daughter of .Mr. cause: drives the disease away. 30c and Mm. Henry .Hutchison. time. Prof K W tilbsori, who taught Tea or Tablets. Shugars and Tanner, The BaptlstycnrtsUan , Alethodist h.re In the gmded school has Just nt and Presbyterian congrepitlcus John-bM- i gone tn nciept a position In tho Lost, ladles' coat on Lancaster pike. Hynttsville Garrard county have unitCity, Tenn , high school. In tak Itcturn to this orilco and receive When you get to be worth a couple of million dollars, ed lormlng the Vnlon church. They ing recont examination In West Virml will erect a new church and employ a ginia for n certlllcnto !,, attained n and buy a new airship every once in awhile, people will deminister agreeable to tho four general average of yr For Sale The bouse on East Alain nominations. This Is the first union a.. Dtiunvent, who, with her Mrs ''en-tru- l forgive you when you wore rusty clothes, as they forgive husband, has been living at Oklahoma street known as the Pennington of the character so fat made In Kentucky. tltv, Okla.. for woral years. Is the place. Apply to T. W. Pennington. a rich man pretty nearly everything. uncut of her parents, .Mr. and Aim. J J. C. Stanley," oMlte For Sole Fine blnckToad mnre, 4 has gone to Lancaster, Hubble secclov 1j Hastln In the WnyneHUurg section, where he will But as long as you are j'ust an ordinary person, keep Mr Ihimuvnt has rectntly moved to i 'I'd old. standard registered. A. B. nave cfcmge of the establishment uf Kurt McCoy, Florida, tn locate and Brown, Danville. (Jott fz Land. Air. Stanley has many yourself looking neat. Its the best investment you can Mm Dnnnvent will oon Join him. friends in Lincoln In county who reLost Pocketbook containing $2 In gret to see him leave here. make. For cnh nnu othor articles. Finder may rho tax books ol Cmb Orchard grad ko-mone if will return pocketbook. e, gchool are now re.idy and taej are due. The penalty will go on Nov. This office. 1. The books will always be at tr-I shpll teach my usual class of art offlCp of tho Crab Orcliard Banklntr There is a suit here for you. For $15 or 82y we" have Lackey, I Ophelia Allss on Tuekdays and Thursdays at ray Company. GluS Lome on D.in.-lllIn Tre:.hurer. Street Iessons better ones. oil, wnter colors, pastel and china , painting. Charlotte L. Warren. LINCOLN COUPLE MARRY IN DAN-1 2 g CO-- 2 57-2- 1 n, lex-Ingto- n tS-qulrHey-noldNew-land o Tonic or Stimulant? r Johns-Hopkin- &5-- t. apH-ndlcltl- r bf m Be Well Dressed Iu TEN DOLLARS ff 5H-- 3 VILLE. (DanMIlo Advocate ) Mr. Charles Coleman Nunnelley and itss Mildied P .Moore popular Lin-- i coin county young people were unitSaturday, Sept. ed In marriage at at 4 o'clock yestcr duv alternoon at the Christian church I You arc cordially invittj lo ttlenj our Semi- - parsonage by Itev. II. C (larrlsui I Annual Diiplay ol Fill Millinery. We hill The bride Is a daughter of Mr D. If. chi'rcli ' ihow the SEASON'S Latest Creations in Ent- - Munie. of the MtCormack Lincoln count) The groom Domuc Pattern Hati. Tru.ting you ntction ofsucce88rul yw,nB farmer and vory will favor uiwith a call The resides In tho same locality fa. hi iue ' " Jtidcc Jchn id--- , Mnnr.. nf Danville. Immediately lowing the ceremony the happy youtif i S155lC1S nVor ,hfk Cincinnati South DANVILLE. KY j ern for a trip through the north. Opening Announcement ! 24, 10 W. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY --"- !' ii.? Od I ...., I L R. Hughes y j Get Acquainted Now K you have not been wearing m o o o o o m o O O O O O gQaoo o 000 of.Hij& 00000 00000 oooos. New SEE OUR LINE OF HEATING a Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothes o o It is pretty certain that you have thought about the matter at some time or orther, and you will never have a better chance to get acquainted with the best In men's clothes than right now, at this store Why buy something "Just as Good" when thc genuine costs you NO JiORE. o o STOVES ETC. o o o o o o o o o & o o o o o o o o o o O ta T. W. Humble W. O. .Martin M m nl Hoods. I o & o 0 o i.r i Cummins & Wearen, I w. H. HIGG1NS, Stanford, Kentucky. o & 0 o We are showing a beautiful line of New Wool Goods in black and colors, in the new diagonal weaves.Frencb serges, stripes and Broadcloth. Also the newest and largr-es- t assortment of trimming's: s. we have ever shown in Braids, Persian bands and buttons. Call and see us before buying. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO. All-over- STANFORD, KENTUCKY. k Ol ft Dry Goods,! Notions, Shoes L STANFORD. KENTUCKY wmmmmm mm mm wmmmmmwJm "rr TW" T t vw THE STANFORD, KENT UCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. 'Ood help me." cried the man. lift- ing his hand and releasing his shoul- der from the grasp of the officer, "I did love this woman, Think how it was, think how I believed in her No Christian ever believed In bis god as I believed In her. She told me what purity was, what Innocence was, what sweetness was, what light was, what truth was, and I looked at her and raw FK1DAV, BEPTBMBER 23rd, 1010. boat, shoved off and was rowed over habiliments were properly adjusted the blue lagoon and through the open- - the two passed from the ward room to with amasement and could scarcely and trusted, she bad loved and lived Of realise or comprehend. He told the for, and lay there a silent, shuddering, Ing In the barrier toward the yacht the cabin ef the captain In the after story of the two lives up to the sight- wretched figure. tossing slowly upon the long swells of part of the ship, ing of the ship upon the Island, and Her crushing disappointment at hla the Pacific. The few sentences In which Whltta ! ,. r As for you, sir," said the woman, , ..',.. U"" r"ln,r 6"n' nf ,urn,d failure to rise to the measure of her 'h tfaker and bad. him take up Ideal of him. the total end of her ,? er she had 'watched Lasgford a lit- tnemure nretmrwl , .v. ,drram of happiness, the breaking of tie while In sltence, "will you go th8 cp,.ln 'or..,ne more. h.nh' dU- I It as a delicate matter to all her hopes, the closing of all her j and bring some officer ashore to course that followed, and, feeling that speak, but the simplicity of which Continued from Inst Friday with which ambitions, the tearing asunder of her my story!" the situation was one which required her In agony. them." "At your wish, Miss llrenton," said more than the simple authority of the the first part of the tale had been pre- heartstrings whelmed know It, Now It li for him to car sented gave the officer cue Ho She had thought that never could hu"And you can look at her and see the lieutenant-commande- r gravely. master of a ship, he had summoned to was a man of retentive his .what we will do." memory, of manity experience more than tho pain them now," cried the officer. The woman turned to her companconference the surgeon and tho chap- quick apprehensive power, and with a superinduced by tho horror of her po"Kate, Kate," cried Langford, "you "No," said the man, "I can never ion. lain. It was to these three men, there-- 1 nice rense of cannot let thli untutored savage " look at her and sco ber the same." discrimination, a rare sition upon the ship, but that pain to "Will you go with them?" fore, that Whlttnker and tho Islander man. Indeed. "Not that," Raid the woman, "for I And he told the rest of the present was like a enress For to "Oh, Man! Manl" cried the woman. "And leave you here alone?" cried presented themselves. have taught him all I know and alt 1 the Inle with a subtle sympathy for all that old horror wan added n new Tho test was upon him. He was the man. The chaplain, like Whlttaker, was a the situation and the actors believe." falling. that en sense of loss, of dlsappolnmcnt and I snail be here when you Her sorrow, her gilcf wero come Virginian. Hq had not noted the libit: fl Im mn In "You cannot let him decide this more for him than for herself. I back, rtranf l tr inn IniAV. despair. She had not loved before; I give you my word upon It. I Islander's face when he came aboard elted ,mIc Brmip of offlccri question," continued the man, passing he now she did, and the sorrow and an"Don't mistake me," said the man. do not break my word. You know In his garb, as his eye j nlnu)(!l made lhcm over her Interruption. guish were measured by the depth and (l ng u , "I can't help loving you, whatever you whatever else you may have against dwelt upon htm standing but clothed and prr( "Yes," said the woman, "he must arc. If you had been power nt her passion. The period on at guilty as, me, I have always told you tho truth. hlm he ' decide, but whatever he decides, whathad been an episode "when he began to speak and when If you will remember, I said but yes- L?t'ifhL,!!Hd .l I U'CAn,:Jl h,lt'" aikrd the ,apnn. you- the yacht eternal life or death, This ever the relationship between this you corroborated him, I fancied that terday that I was not worthy of you." ?orm.l WOrd had D'cn was life, flt she ". d . L'f ' propo-- to do now, Mr Charnock" nan and this woman Is to be, I can you Were, I should have loved you Just thought And It shows the power of She smiled bitterly. .. .1.- -. sever be anything on earth to you." the aame and I should have married .., me H II .ana Ift... iiivi. ,1 h "And In that, madam," said Whlttanine iiibi ne nau the episode that It bad colored and "Don't lay that," said Whlttaker. you, and I shall marry you. This . . . ker, "give me leave to say that you been so addressed and the man start- would color waa It darkly! all the. my dear lady, what you do, this awful thing Think, ed He bad heard Mr WhltUker's future. come between us, broke your record for veracity," what this man offers you, the position hut we will try has some way to live " TIs good of you to say so," she rewords as one In a dream. He had been That Christian philosophy which she in God forgive you it down, to forget It, In which me! going over that dreadful scene on the had fondly believed she had acquired, to go on as we turned. "Believe me I have taken stand." more comfort from your words and acsands. His heart was lacerated and and In which O fatal error! she bad were" "81r," .said the woman, addressing torn again. He was blind to every- somehow taken pride, fell from her tions In this dreadful hour than I had He stepped toward the woman. the lieutenant commander, "this man thing but the past He saw her face like every other quality, good or bad. She drew herself up to ber full dreamed it possible for men to give. 'wronged me grievously, terribly, lie height and looked him unflinchingly dimly In the present He could see that Is developed alone. It had lacked Now, If you will all go away and leave 'deceived me. He broke my ,hert. He In the face, trie and not come back until evening I i uuuiiii km Bappinvsi exercise. She, too, bad submitted to id me luiure. killed ambition, aspiration and .respect l aon-- i mow," be answered. so tests since she had come to the "No," she said, "we are not going on shall: be so gttd 'and. thankful." 'for my owp kind Vthln, my'; soul. I as We thought. We will not marry and "But surely this baa not made any Island. Bht had surmounted no temp''Come, sir," said the lieutenant-commandeknow him tfoagh, s.b4 iryogh. The live together. We will not bury difference la your feelings V tations. She had fought no battles, not unkindly, touching the this fact that U(fJd,.uWkapd.lhl pa T can't tell. The difference la In fine; had not become a. veteran by wretched' .happening In, the past in map upon the shoulder, "As a gentlealon; the fafl) th,etvtfnay I am any oblivion. I will marry no man, man you cannot do less than accede her, not In be." She had not perfected her ofbeautlfulr made him 1H mere eager; although hemay have ay whole "She "made a frightful mistake," said fensive and defensive weapons by a heart., td'the lady's request. the fact thatrheMraa'twayfad that who Is not proud and glad to take Suffering! himself thus to be per the captain, Impressively, "but she has series of smaller conflicts which would mi, be could not lay nls'WeMs tipod me who does not reallte nobly atoned; and" give ber confidence and courage to that I am as pure suaded, the man followed the officer . made lhilsfen'tr .the-- fact and as Innocent of wrong and. shame into the boat, ;ln which the whole pari "She's not what I thought she was," Sght the great and final battle. Like I had 'flaunted' n'tmj'nifd lajd nim as that said the man, "and If I love ber, 1 love JCllJah of old, dismayed, disheartened, he would fain think his ttotlier.'as if embarked and was rowed away nay and struck him down mail him ne would absolutely her sow not because, but In spite, of broken, she prayed that she might die know his wife from the island. His first touch with the more determined Is, and separated him from must be. I told you that your manhood 'ne 'worla n t ii what she Brenton," there Is a difference." there on the sands. "Kate, Kate, you wrong me. Before must be put to the test. I told you that Plht woman ha loved and who loved "Is the Present Charnock Married?" "Miss Interposed WhlttaOod you wrong met" interrupted your love must be tried by fire. What htm. Nay, bis own frightful folly, bis ker at this Juncture, "ha settled the CHAPTER XIX. changed, with a word to the captain matter herself. She says Langford. I loved In you was the assurance that own blindness, his own criminal and that she will "And Indeed, madam, I believe you you would survive the test, that you heartless decision had done that And for permission, he asked Whlttaker a have no man's pity, no man's con The Man's Failure. question. do," commented Whlttaker, tempt that no man shall marry her At fire o'clock a boat put off from would triumph In the trial. It Is not I the world upon which humanity loves "I beg your pardon, Mr. Whlttaker, on suffrance, and that " "Let her speak on," said the man of that have been before the great Judge to load the blame of Its transgresthe big white cruiser, conveying the Is this gentleman's name?" the Island. "Right" said the surgeon, who was Islander, the captain, the other officers this morning, but you, and you have sions, and with which it would fain but what gentleman was The word used natu- a man of very few words and general- and Langford to the shore The woman share the consequences of Its own "It may be that you are right," con- failed." rally met them on the sand She had distinued the woman. "It may be that "Kate," said Langford, "he casts you follies, had nothing whatever to do solute and unconsciously, with an ab- ly good ones, sense of Its fitness, as every"My young friend," broke In the carded ber woven tunlo and was he Is higher, nobler, truer than I have off; take me. I swear to you that with It In fact, it was because he one In the cabin could perceive. chaplain, "It I might advise" dressed In the faded blue blouse and fancied. I should be glad to be able were I In his place, I would not have was so Ignorant of the world, so utter"It Is not rightly known." said Whltly unable to see things In their relato think to. I am willing to take your hesitated & moment" "Hut this," returned the Islander, skirt which she had worn when she taker, "but be Is believed to be a with fierceness, view of It, his assertion of It, but I "Is not a matter for had left the yacht and which she had "I respect you more than ever," said tive values and in relation we ascer- Virginian of the " do not love him. Should I marry him, the woman; "but I don't love you and tain truth that he had taken the advice. I don't know the world or Its ever since preserved with such scru"I knew it." said the chaplain. Impulous care for an emergency like this. tone that he had used and entered I would bring to him a heart, a soul, I cannot, I will not take you!" customs. pulsively; "he Is one of the Charnocks you men. I must appear strange to Well was It for her that the garments a body that turns to some one else. But I take It that a man's "Charnock," said Whlttaker, "if upon the course which he had fol- of Nansemond county." else she He could never be anything to me. that's your name, permit me to say lowed. choice of a wife, a man's settlement were loose and "Your recognition, chaplain," said of his future Is not a thing that he could not have put them on, so splenHe could only see one thing, that As I am a Christian nroman, a lover here, saving the lady's presence, that , the eagerly, brooks counsel over. At any rate, I didly had she developed In waist and of my Ood) and, a, follower of his Son, you are behaving like a damned fool." this woman who he supposed belonged 1 cannot see but that I would be addcheat and limb. She wore stockings so completely and entirely and abso- "will be of great value In determining want nose of It" The man looked at him dumbly, lutely to him, who was as fresh and this stranger's name and station. The ing one wrong to another to come to "Come with me," said the cbaplalb; and shoes, and, save for a certain naand made no reply. this man In .compliance with any sug- It was the woman who spoke, coldly, unspotted from the world as he was, evidence of It Is circumstantial. I do "we will talk II over. I have lived tural elegance and freedom Is her Sad been his own as he bad be- not know how It will be regarded in a In the world," he went on. gently. bearing, she looked much as any other gestion of the world, following any Impartially. She had seemingly dls who "Perhapa I can help yon. Have we woman, except that few women were .dictate of 'society,, subservient to any missed the whole affair, though at longed, entirely and utterly and abso- eourt otlaw." 1 hafe always understood that the your permission to withdraw, Capt as beautiful aa she. That convention. I cannot see bet that I what a cost to herself so one could lutely to her, was different! the -- difference was more In his own Charnock estate was a vast one," said Aahby?" Her face, always. coIotIcss, was paler would be doing as grsat or a greater 'wrong thn I did .before li flaunt- know. ,ne ,a,d imagination than anywhere else Capt, Ashbr, "and since coal has been lhaavcrver. Something .of the anguish Certainly," said the captain. "' tfler sjiyone on brought "8ir,M mined on the Virginia lands it has being all of tbeseforfce.tf him so comfort. He still "Pardon' me a moment, chaplain," that she had gone through was seen yoursh!p empowered to administer an eye of Whlttaker, loved her, he still wanted to marry come very valuable." interposed Whlttaker; "but the young there by the what love li and what marriage should oath?" "It Is true," answered the chaplain. lady haa asked that some of us go at least, aad even the others conld note. I will not give my hand and yield "I have that power," answered the her, but he loved her In spite of her "Who holds it now?" asked thesur-- I nip my person where I cannot yield my lieutenant-commandeashore to take her deposition as to tice the atrong constraint she put upon "Why do you shame. A greater, a wiser man would eon,of 'Self have 'loved her because of it And heart. AnJ there Is so expiation or ask?" alleged j herself and the evidence the matters that haVe "It Is held by an old man, my friend concerning our friend been Capt were painfully apparent some day this which hehlmself iTeparatlonlthat requires it of me, no here. "I wish you would bring some of was Inherently fact of many years' standing, the brother Asbby, large enough to""ral!ze, After a momentary hesitation and a will you?" (voje that tap coerce me into It I your officers here with paper and ink. or would be after a time, woufdWuse of John Revell Charnock." will not marry you, Valentine Lang-for"Certainly. Mr. Whlttaker, I will go. glance at the islander, who, after his I wish to make a deposition as to the "I believe that to be my name," said him a grief so great that the anguish I Will accept your expressions And if you will accompany me, doctor, first swift, comprehending survey of that I have learned concerning as evidenced by your words, by your facts man which may be of that he suffered now would be noth- the Islander. and yon, chaplain, I shall be glad. Mr the woman, stood with averted head this to ing. service "I have little doubt of It," replied Whlttaker, you are a notary public ahe, conscious painfully of his every presence here, as testlmohy to your him In establishing bis identity "The first and can administer the necessary gesture and movement the lieutenWhlttaker was a man of great tact the chaplain, continuing. jegret. Indeed, I real lie that your con- discovering his' history when he and reand shrewdness and one with a wide John ltevell Charnock was lost at sea. oaths." ant commander performed the necescession was Itself a great humiliation United States." knowledge of the world. He realized He and bis wife and young child some Tbls ceremony to a man like you. And perhaps I have turns to the you "Very good, sir." returned Mr. Whlt- sary Introductions, "But are not going back with something of what was In the man's 30 years ago set forth on a voyage over, It was the woman who spoke spoken harshly of it But the bare us, Miss Brenton?" asked the officer In mind. He saw in some measure how around the world for her health. The taker. The other gentlemen bowed fact remains, I do not love you, I could "I sent for you, gentlemen," she betheir acquiescence. 'The lady said not love you, I don't even want to love amazement "We are sailing for Hon- the proposition presented itself to him ship. In which I believe be bad some she would like to be undisturbed until gan, "In order that a necessary deposiolulu and thence for San Francisco as and he felt a deep kindness and pity ownership, was called the Nansemond. you. My heart, my soul goes to this evening." tion might be made to enable. If possitoward his unhappy fellow passenger Its. course was traced as far as Valman," she turned to her companion of directly as we can go." "At two bells In the second dog ble, my" she paused and bowed for"No," said the girl, "I will not leave paraiso, thence It sailed for the PhilipI have mally toward the Islander "this genthe island, "whom up to pines and was never heard of again. I watch then have the cutter called tleman, to establish his Identity, upon made and fashioned and taught and the Island. You can take my friend CHAPTER XVIII. away," returned the captain. know the story," said the chaplain, which, as I learn from Mr Whlttaker, trained until these hours when he has here." "Beg captain," the "The Southern Cross," said Lang-ford- , turning toward the captain, "because geon, pardon,you or any saidyou sur- much seems to depend. I have here' Divided. fbroken away from me. I iove this of know "but do "is at your disposal, Kate." man who stands silent, who thinks of The best thing on earth for a man John Revell Charnock was one of my "But could you not do tbls more con-- . lady to be Miss Brenton?" "I have had one voyage upon her," In the Islander's position would have best friends, as Is his brother, I'hlllp this me as a thing spotted, polluted, "No," said the captain. "I don't venlently later on the ablp, Miss Bren said the woman bitterly. "I want nev- been Isolation and a chance to think It Norton Charnock, who now holds the damned. Him I love, though he slay know her. Do you, Mr. Whlttaker, or ton!" Interposed the captain. He bad over. The worst thing on earth for a estate." me, yet will I love him. Him I trust, er to see her again." you. chaplain?" been told that she Intended to stay on "Woman," said the man of the Is- woman In Katharine's position was "Is the present Charnock married?" though he disobey me, yet will I love "Well, then," said the surgeon, as the Island, but be could not believe It "No," returned the chaplain, "he Is both him. Him I will serve, though be cast land suddenly, "If you stay here, I Isolation and a chance to think It over the officers shook their heads, "It '"We shall be very glad Indeed to offer me off, yet will I love him. And with stay here. Without you I will not go." If the man had been enabled by lack an old bachelor." will be necessary to have some one you passage home. The ship is fitted "Not so." said the woman scornful- of outside Interests to give free rein "That will make It easier for our ashore who does know her In order to for a flag and the admiral's quarters this In my heart In which I glory and which I confess as openly and with ly , "lwould not be upon the same to his thoughts and let them draw blm friend here," said Mr. Whlttaker, "pro- swear to her Identity to make ber are yours to command We are sailing as little hesitation as you confessed island'alone with" you again. You have w hither they would, he might have ar- vided the evidence Is thought convinc- deposition worth anything." direct to the United States, with a stop your shame, 1 give you my final, abso- failed me." rived at a different viewpoint, whence ing." "There la Langford," said Whltta- at Honolulu, and will be glad to reHer voice broke, but she caught It be could have enjoyed a sight of the "The best evidence that he could pre- ker, "be knows her." I lute, utterly Irrevocable decision. store you to your friends." "1 not marry you, I will not go back again Instantly nnd resumed her Iron affair In all its bearings and could have sent "returned the chaplain, "Is In bis "Very good." said the captain; "send "Sir," said the woman. "I have no adjusted himself to them, but the op- face. He U the living Image of his a boat over to the yacht and present friends who care enough about me to you. No, not for anything that with "Then If one of us must stay, It portunity he needed he did not get. He father as I knew him, and he has fam- my compliments to Mr. Langford. Ask welcome me or whom I care enough you can proffer, nor for any reason shall be I." was immediately plunged Into nn at- ily characteristics which I think would blm If he will meet us ashore about to wish to see. My mind Is quarthat you can urge, will I come to you "No," said the woman. "I have mosphere of such strangeness to him, enable almost anyone to Identify him ter after five o'clock. Say to at him also made up. 1 shall stay on tbe Island, when in my soul I belong to another, been in the world and you have not filled with rnieh cnniplllns necessity without uucstlon." that I should l gM to twv him dine at least for tbe present." 'mere may be no end to this but my You may go and learn what It holds for attention, that, although he "Sir," said the Islander, addressing with me at seven. Chaplin, "But, my dear young lady," brgas despair This man may cast me off. for you. I have tried to prepare you, loathed the necessity thus Imposed the chaplain, "did you know my will you and Mr Charnock take lunch- the officer This man may trample me under foot. to give you lessons. Now, jou may upon him, be was constrained to take mother?" eon with me later?" "Capt Ashby," said the woman, The spots upon my soul may loom put them in practice." part In the life that flowed around "That I did." returned the old man. Now, to go back to the island. The "you are tbe commander of that ship?" larger in Tils view and hide what else "The Island is mine," said the man. blm. Ills Instinct and he was al- "Her name was Mary Page Thornton, "I am." la there. I know I have been for- "I was here when you came. I shall most a woman In his Instinctive ca- and she was one of the sweetest girls woman stood on the strand proudly, "To you Is committed the ordering resolutely, sternly erect, without a given by Qod, I will not be be here when you return." pacitywas to be alone, but It was In Virginia." sign of unbending until the boats of her course?" by men, but I tell you here tnd "We shall see," returned the wo- impossible, and in spite of himself you tell me about her, reached the sides of the two ships. "And will "To me alone, Miss Brenton." now, again and again, that I will not man looking boldly at blm. The clash what he saw distracted him. The and about my father and my people?" Even then she kept herself In the "You decide all questions connected be your wife. I will be hia wife or of wills almost struck fire within the people he met did more.i "With the greatest pleasure," said bonds of a control of steel. She turned with her on your own responsibility?" no man's." eyes of the two who thus crossed Whlttaker bustled him below, of the chaplain, kindly, "Meanwhile slowly, walked up the beach, entered "I do, certainly; but" L&ngtord turned away and hid his swords. "Meanwhile," she turned to course, as soon as possible and took Capt. Asbby and these gentlemen will the grove of palms, mechanically found "Sir. tbls Is my sblp, tbls Island. If face In his hands. Whlttaker stepped Langford, "l( you will leave the Is- him Into bis own cabin. Fortunately wish to hear your story," the path and plodded al.ong it, still I choose to stay here, I cannot think forward and laid his hand upon the land and go back to your ship, I shall they were men of much the same me hence "Take him to will ahoulder of the man of the Island. be very glad. There Is nothing you height and build, although the Islander captain promptly,your cabin," said the erect and unbending, until the wind- youforce." endeavor to take "and tell him the ings of the trail and the thickening of by He shook him for a moment. can do here. You have nothing to was the more graceful, symmetric and things he wants to know. We can the grove hid "By no means." her from any chance "You stand immobile," he cried, gain by remaining," strong, snd he succeeded in getting wait" "Nor have I any more fondness for watchers on the ship. sharply, "after such a confession as a civilian suit of clothing for "Kate," he cried,, "one last appeal." him into "No," returned the islander: "I can Then came the rdoment of yielding. having my decisions discussed than that, after such an appeal! What which he had no present use. There wai- t- I have waited all these "years "It is as unavailing as the first" you would have for hearing your As if the tension had been suddenly have you to say, man? You ought to She looked at him steadily. He saw were both loss and gain In his appear-- and argued or questioned." get down on,' your knees and thank that within her face and bearing ance. There was no gain In the Island make a few hours more or less will released, she reeled, staggered; her orders my little difference. Tou 'bare a heart almost stopped. Her Instinct Island," cried the man, "It Is God for the love of such a woman,' which convinced him that what she er's feelings, at least, he thought not, right to know my story, and here It was to throw herself prone upon the roughly, "and if you stay, I stay." "Aye, aye," burst out the deep tones said was true. in view of the Irksome restraint of is." "We lose time," said the woman, grass, but she recovered herself In of the old coxswain of the cutter. "So "At least," he said, with the dignity clothing, and yet there was a certain Rapidly, concisely, with a fine dra- time and', with the natural Inclination shortly. "I am here to give my testiay all of us." of sorrow and disappointment, "If I satisfaction to bis soul In being no matic touch, be told the story as he of the troubled toward the place, bow-ev- mony; you are prepared to take It?" have payed the part of the fool, I longer singled out from among bis fel- knew It of bis life on the island. He "I am," satdt 'the lieutenant-commanderude and humble' It may be, that have done my best to play the man." lows by the strangeness of his apparel. was so entirely unconventional stepping forward, notebook la Is called home, she summoned her HOW GOOD NEWS SPREADS garments became him, he Interwove the bare details of that strength and dragged He turned slowly away. In a step As clothes the the berself on ' hand. the woman was by his side. and It all depended upon your point of strange relation which be gave them through the trees over the bill "Captain, will you conduct the neces- "I am 70 years old and travel most "You have," she said. "Whoever view as to whether you preferred the with personal touches. He made no whence a backward glance would have Inquiry!" D. F. Tolson, of else has failed me in this hour, It has handsome barbarian with a hint of of the time," writes said the captain. "Mr. secret of his' love and worship for the given ber a. sight of the ships, but she !sary Ky, "Everywhere I not been you. I am sorry that I do civilization In bis carriage, or the civ- girl, of. the belief in her which Ellzabetjhtown, do you Identify this lady!" he had never took It down the other slope go I recommend Electric Hitters, not love you, that I never did love you ilized gentleman with a suggestion of cherished, of the reverence in which across the beach and to the cave I do, sir," answered Langford. "She She the barbaric In his bearing. Whlttaker he had held ber. He exhibited that wblcb had been ber haven for these is Miss Katberlnt Brenton of San I owe my excellent health and and that I cannot love you." "Qood-by.reasoned rightly that the sooner be strange commixture of feeling with three years. Francisco." vitality to them. They effect a cure reached her hand out "Coodby," he tald, "if you think of became accustomed to these things which be regarded her as a human "You say this of your own personal every time." They never fall to tono Then, and not until then, did she to begin woman and as a the better, and that the time me, remember that I did my He give way completely 8he threw her- knowledge!" the stomach, regulate the kidneys make amends and If youbest to was immediately. ever "Yes, sir." showed that be was at once ber masdown upon the sand In the cool and bowels, stimulate the liver, in- change " He had bad a hasty word or two ter sad ber creature, yet through it all self "You will make affidavit to that shadow of the great rocks in what to vigorate the nerves, and purify Itm "I shall not change," said the wo- with the captain before he took him there ran euch a thread of bitterness, ber had suddenly become a weary fact?" below, and when he was dressed and of grief, of resentment, of shame, that land, strength, vigor and health that's a man, "Qood-by."Wfth pleasure." and outstretched her arms as if He moved off down the strand, it required assistance front the daily Joy, Try them. Only 60c. "I wondered," said the woman, bit- his auditors, at first unpossessed of to clasp the earth to ber breast In de- ere the unfamiliar the key to his feelings, listened to Ala i Satisfaction is positively guaranteed called his sailors to also, gat inU his tatui ex; we man sn naa aretmea M (Urlr, "why yeu case back." by Penny's Drug Store. U The Island Itineration I. ' LaI "" ' ' ' semi-savag- ,, ' 1.3 MT T" " o .. Lrrvn&mmk R r, con-que- I easy-flltin- lieutenant-commander- .have-learne- r. y for-Giv- er " deml-goddes- i 'V, Astir, formattr. mm I did Mt tote Mm, atttremfe I ot greatly have slace come to reefed aim, after with the Imperative manner and I hare thought It over It Is not duty, of thk young womM, but ho but love, which Is the compelling mo did cot we exactly how he could matter And I won't take tive In It, or force any Improvement In you; I this would not take an angel from It. "Will you proceed now with your me in ovatory,"be continued. "Will you apeak heaven unless he thought a woman particular alt that lowly 10 that Mr Whlttaker, who er? should be to a man, unless he lorod doea not write ihortband, can take It me with his whole heart and sonl abdown!" solutely, unfelgnedly, completely You Thereupon the woman told that por- don't. I don't even think that I love tion of her tale which related to the you now. You have been tried and erldence which ahe exhibited, the tested, and you have failed. Gentlepiece of the boat with the name of the men, will you tako him away?" hip upon It the dog collar, the Mirer "I stay hero," said the man, bluntbox, the lllble, the two rings These ly, drawing apart from the others, were marked, lot down and aworn to. "and I will kill with my own hands The atndavlt to which aho subscribed the man who lay a finger upon me." her name, and to which she took oath "Sir," said the captain, "this land, I on the Tcry lllble of tho Island, was take It, Is the United States. As the brief, though coraprehenslre, and the ranking officer present, I represent It little ceremony was soon over. Mr law. It Is under my rule. As to Whlttaker assumed charge of nil tho your choice, I have nothing to say, exhibits. The talo having been com- but as far as regards other things, you pleted and nil the little formalities got will have to obey mo here ns nny through with, the little party stood other citizen of our country" around In awkward silence wondering "And I know nothing of the United what was next to come. States or It laws," answered the man, "Miss Itrenton," said tho captain at proudly. "I am a law unto myself." last, breaking tho pause, "It socms n "Tho first lesson that the world For God's sako, reconsider will teach you, sir," returned the capshame. your decision and come o.T to the tain, pointedly, "Is that that position ship!" cannot bo maintained; that tho whole "No," returned the woman, Quietly; fnbrlc of civilization depends upon "my mind Is mado up." concession by Individual of natural "Katharlnul" exclaimed I.angfonl, rights and upon the enforcement of extending bis hand In ono final ap- these concessions by other Individuals peal. to whom has been delegated that "Not with you, either," said tho power." woman. "I don't wish to lenrn It, and thnt Is "My dear young lady," began the why I will not leave this Island," perold chaplain, "think what It Is you do. sisted tho man. Has any human being with such powIt was the woman who Intervened. er aa you possess n right to bury her- Sho stepped close to tho man and self In this lonely IslundT Is there no laid her hand upon his arm. call T" "You said that In somo fashion you "8lr,M tho woman Interposed, "your loved mo," sho urged. plea might move mo If anything could, "In some fashion I do," ho replied. but Indeed 'tis useless as the rest." "It grows late. Captain, con your "Hear inlno, then," said tho man, ship tlo by tho Island until morning?" abruptly, even harshly "If you wish, certainly," returned The woman turned and faced him the captain. aa unrelenting and a determined as "Very well. Man, will you then go ahe had faced tho others. What could aboard the ship with these gentlemen he say? Thero was but one plea that and leavo me alone here for tho could move her. Was ho about to night'" mako that? "Alone, madam!" oxcalmed the cap "We havo loved each other," ho tain. my dearbrokenly. went on, "It was "Certainly, sir," returned the worn-nest wish, my most settled determina"There Is not a hnrmful thing tion, to mako you my wlfi That wish upon the Inland. You can come back I still entertain, that determination In tho morning and we wilt discus baa not departed from mo, You huvo then whnt Is best to be dono. Honlly, refused to marry that man" gentlemen," she wont on, with a pite"And would you have mo do so?" ous tremble of her lip, for one moasked tho woman. ment losing hor control, "I hnve been "No, a thousand times, no. I am tried beyond tho strength of woman sorrier every moment that I look at tolny. If I can hnve a quiet rest. If him that I did not kilt him. Hut hav- In the morning" ing refused him, there Is nothing now 'That Is reasonable," said the surthat you can do but marry me. And geon. 'The lady Is In no state for as you have refused him. It makes It this discussion, nor. Indeed, are you, the more Incumbent upon me to marry sir," ho continued, looking hard at you and to take you away. Your honor the man. ."Very well," said the captain. "Come, demands It." "My bonorl" flamed out the woman. Mr. Charnock, you cannot refuse that request; gentlemen. Madam, good Indignantly. "1 have said It," returned the man. night." doggedly. He turned away, followed by the "Gentlemen, you will forgive our others, Charnock for tho moment frankness," said the woman, turning "I give you one more chance," whisto the little group who waited, all except Langford, who bad walked way pered the woman In his ear,' "I think out of earshot and who resolutely kept myself fit for the wife of any' man, do his back toward the party, "but this you think so? Do you love me? Do thing has to be settled. Now," said the you care for me a you did last night? woman, "here Is no question of honor, Can you think of me as all that Is but of love, t ask you, Man, do you sweet and lovely and noble and pure, and worthy of any msn's affection?" love me as you did last nlgbtT" She bent closer toward him In the he began, falterlngly. "You have never told me a le," she Intensity of her feelings, The words "You have never known rushed from her The man passed his continued. hand over hla forehead. anything but the truth." "I can only say what I said before, "Until 1 learned from you." cried the man, "what you bad concealed" that I love you stilt that I will marry The woman smiled bitterly, waving you. and that you ought to be" That la enough." Interrupted the aside this cruel stab. " 'Tell me the truth. Do you love me woman. "Good-bShe drew Instantly apart from him. as you did last night?" "Mr. Charnock." rang the captain's "If you will have It. no," said the voice, Imperatively. Din, rushing to his doom. Slowly the Islander turned and made Men have taken a bullet In the breast, a shot In the heart, and for a hla way to the aea after the others. The woman, thus left alone upon the Island, wa fare to face with a crisis which could only be tnet In two ways. Either she must go away with the man.'crr they must both remain on the Island, It was possibly that the captain might, be Induced to use force to take the .man away, but that was not likely, and It It ware attempted, ttarnet CaM H was t40tttd de-M- re-e- at Idea for want of trying. She resolute- because he loved her more, And then he discovered that he ly set aerxrff to wade Into the deeper That she waded wa evi- wanted her more than be had ever her before, that she wm more Under other dence of hef Indecision circumstances, or hnd she been clear necessary to him than ever he bad In her mind a to her course, a quick dreamed sho would be, that here wa run, a spring, a splash, and sho would no question of honor or duty, Indeed, have been In the mldt of the lagoon. but of love, overwhelming, bbsesslng, She went slowly, and aa the water And then he admitted that she was grew deeper, ahe went more slowly purity, even holiness Itself; that he It was warm and pleasant In the la- had behaved to ber like a cur; that goon, The slight difference of tem- he had been neither grateful, nor kind, perature between the water and tho nor tender, nor loving. He began to air ordinarily was only stimulating. wonder fearfully If, after having and terribly, And yet the aea had never seemed so fallod so egreglously there was any possible chance that she cold to her as It wa In that hour. again. Fate She was young, strong, splendidly could ever care for him contact, brought her dowered with and bodily vigor. had realized, with Into IntimateOne had he two men. The mere animal clinging to life was outrageously In the beIntense In her. It docs not minimize treated her to ginning and bad nobly made amends. ie. ht-alt- her heartbreak or her resolution settle the question that sho found It bard to go on. Ily nnd by sho stopped, tho waters now up to her breast. The wind blew gently toward tho lend, nnd the wavca struck her softly and beat her back. Sho stopped dead still and thought and thought, wrestling with her problem, full of passionate disappointment, vnln regret, despair, conscious thnt tlfo held nothing for her, and yet clinging to It, unknowing what would bo the outcome of the Titanic struggto raging In her breast between primal passions, love of life and love of man! CHAPTER XX. The Repentance That Came Too Late. For the first time In his llfo the man of tho Island played tho coward. Ho was afraid to be alono. The others, tho officers of tho ship, thnt Is, not Ivingford he had gono back to his own yacht, declining the captain's Into dinner would havo revitation spected the Islander's mood and have left him to himself, but It was evident that ho craved their society. Whlttaker and the old chaplain suspected how It would be with him, but they knew that sooner or later he would have to rotlre to rest, and sooner or later he would bo 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 They told him to ask questions. many things In reply thnt the woman could not have told htm; thnt ho hnd half dimly suspected, but had not known. They cleared up to him many things which had seemed mysterious and strango to him, And on their part they marveled at the things he did know, nt tho ' thoroughness with which he had been taught, nnd at the wonderful ncute-nes- a of perception which he displayed. The woman had marveled at It. too, but she had becomo used to It In three years of Iritlraacy, They saw It Immediately with greater surprise. In such engrossing conversation the long hours passed until the striking couplets of the bell forward tolled eight and It was midnight No one bad any desire to sleep In view of the unusual and stimulating experience which both parties to the Interchange of thought In the play of question and answer were enjoying. Itut and it was the captain, practical, who gave the 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 "Good-nightfrom tho lieutenant commander and a fervent "God bless you" from the old chaplain, he was left to bis, own .devices. The strangeness of his' situation, the. soft bed. the snowy linen, the silk pajamas, the confining area of the cabin, the sudden with luxuries of civilization touch 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. But, Indeed, the strangeness of these things aroused no emotions In bis mind at all, for the moment he was alone his thoughts, which be had been righting desperately to keep upon other things, reverted to her. What was she doing for the first time alone upon that Island? What was she thjnktng? He realized that no, more than be could she be sleeping. These were the first moments that he could give to reflection, the first quiet hours that ho could spend In considering the situation and In getting back his rudely disturbed balance. There had been method In his training, and be had been taught the value of considering a series of events Scslcslly In all their lights and bearings. Lying In the comfortable berth he reviewed at length nnd deliberately 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, tbe earthquake enlightening him. he tore the rocks asunder, clasped ber In hla arms and pressed the first kiss that be bad ever given any one upon her lips. Unflinchingly he reviewed with what calmness he could muster tbe scenes of the morning and the day. He forced himself to consider In all Its light and bearings the Information that had been given to blm. He tortured himself by tbe deliberate slow recalling of every detail, and then, quivering as If under the stimulus of some blow upon a raw wound, he reviewed his own conduct. Enlightenment camo to him In that dark and silent hour. He discovered first of nil that ho loved her: that the check and counter-checand variation nnd alteration In his emotions had been swept nway In n great development of' n If sh; more transcending feeling. should ask him that question on the morrow as to whether he loved her hard-beade- tUred over the tde. He could out the man's head swimming through Ue opealng In the barrltr. He .could see the splash that he made la his rapid progress through the quiet sea "Mr. Hopkins," he said, after a moment' thought, "tell Mr Cady the midshipman of tho watch to take the boat and follow after If the man get safely to the shore, they are not to disturb him but to como back and report to me. If, on the contrary, he need help, they are to take him aboard and bring him back to the ship." So much tlmo was lost In these various maneuvers, howover, that when the order was carried out the boat had scarcely reached tho entrance to the barrier when they saw tho Islander stepping through the shallow water to the beach. There was, therefore, nothing for Mr. Cady to do but como back and report tho matter to tho captain, When ho reached tho deck of tho crufser ho found tho executive officer with the chaplain nnd th - surmafc t ran in it seeme the waiting: priest before hi hlpmate 'returned, and yet but a hort time had 'lapsed. He came up panting from .the violence of his exertions , "I have sent the cutter back for the surgeon. I told the men to row for their lives. I gave the midshipman In charge an account of what we had found and begged the eapU'n to send parties ashore to search the Island. What of the man?" "He breathes still," said the chaplain. "I should think he was In some kind of syncope. His heart evidently He has had no prepawas affected ration for such violent strains. Tho things which are usual nnd ordinary with itR and which, t take It, Indurate u to the greater thing of life havo been conspicuous by their absence In his case and he ha not been able to bear up under the sudden shock." "Those clothes, have you examined '"No," said the chaplain, "It has been too dark In the first place, "I will look at them," said Mr. Whlttaker, "Perhaps we may find somo new clew in them." stooped The lieutenant-commande- r over the pathetic little heap of worn garment. There were the blouse, the skirt, the stockings, and the worn and torn white shoes. The lllble lay upon them a If to weigh them down, and they had been placed well above tho reach of the highest tide. The tldo was then Just coming In to tho Island. The Dlble had been opened and laid face downward on the clothes. Mr. Whlttaker lifted It up reverently. Ho observed as he did so that his own pencil, which he hnd 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 mention of nny writing hnd been made In the affidavit of the night before. He lifted It, turned his back toward tho east where the sun waa Just on the verge of rising, and stud-le- d It out. "Do you find anything?" asked the btt. 7 them?" and" . Lying Upon the Sands. He hated Longford, and yet his sense of justice forced him to admit that ho had played tho man at last, while he, the Islander, had treated ber outrageously and In the end had played the fool. Was there a chance that sho would forgive him? The man was In many respects still a child. His heart In thoso sad and dreary hours yearned toward her as tho weaned baby turns toward Its mother. And yet there was nothing He weak or childish In his feeling. recognized bis own powers, his own capacities. He knew then that sho had taught him inoro things than are learned In books. She had taught blm manhood as she had tried to teach him honor nnd dignity, and If he hnd failed once. If 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 little success. Hut by and by all these considerations faded away or merged In a great longing for her. He had never disturbed ber in the still watches of the nlgbt. althpugh he had often been tempted to do so. Hut now tho desire to see her, to plead with her, to beg her forgiveness not a low desire or a base one, he 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 unlike the funic that be habitually wore, save ttnu they were of soft, luxurious silk, be opened the door of tbe cabin, stepped ont through the silent wardroom he had the natural savage art of treading without a sound ran lightly up the companion ladder and stepped upon the deck. Tbe officer of the watch and his midshipman did not notice him. Their eyea were else where. He ran swiftly across the deck and stopped at the gangway. A marine stood there and started forward a he approached. "That's my Island," said the man. "I'm going to swim off to It, and I don't wish to be followed." "It'a a long swim. Ir," 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 deck. "Aye, aye," came from Mr. Hopkins as he 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 htm carelessly upon tbe deck and bad flashed through the air Into the water. By th" time Mr Hopkins reached marine the gangway the had risen to his fee), "What Is It?" "Why, It' tbe castaway, sir, the wild man that we brought ashore today." "Well." "He said he wanted to swim to the hore and did not want to be followed." "Why didn't you top him?" "I did try. sir, but he picked me up as If I had been a baby and threw me aside and went overboard.' The officer' was In a quandary. He had received '.no brders to prevent the man from. going out of the ship. He was not qultcrture what his duty was. At any rate, he turned to the boatswain' mate and bade him call away a crew for the cutter swinging astern. He directed the coxswain to bring the boat to the gangway and then sent tho midshipman of tbe watch below to report the matter to the captain and ask his order. Capt. Ashby, a It happened, was awake. He came on deck Immediately hi hin pajamas "and received confirmation of the midshipman's extraordinary Ury from tbe watch officer. It was half-daze- geon who had been summoned from their berths In consultation with the Ily Mr. Whlttaker's advice, i captain, he and the chaplain were Immediately sent ashore to see what had happened and what was to be done. Thero 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 he might be doing, or to what danger the woman, whom they all pitied most profoundly, might bo exposed. Of all with whom ho had come In contact, the lieutenant commander and the chaplain were those who would have the most Influence over the man of the Island, hence they were dispatched to the Island. Another boat crow was therefore called away and the two gentlemen wero rowed ashore. It was not yet sunrise but still sufficiently light to enable them to proceed. They were at a loss at first what to do, for they had not yet had opportunity for ex- plorkigthe Island. They had learned thatfthe cave In whlcb the woman dwelt was upon the other side and that hills rose between the landing place and her abode. They know, of course, that they could get to It by following the shores of the Island, but they hnd a reasorably accurate Idea of Its size and they knew that that would take a great deal of time. Time They wore becoming was precious. more and more fearful with every mo- chaplain. "There Is writing on this page," said the younger man. "I can Just make It out" hss-Itate- "I" dht Rssolutsly Set Herself to Wade Into the Deeper Sea. moment have maintained tbeir erect position. The woman knew In that moment how such things could be. "Hut I love you still." said the man. "And I still want you for my wife," "Last night," went on the woman, aa If In a dream, "I aeemed to you the embodiment of every excellence that humanity can poasesa short of the divine." "Yes," said the man, "I loved you ll ,tr - as" "Do t. n t. .1. IK. pt r. hi. i't- - I still possess those qualities In your eyes?" Ho hesitated. He strove to speak, "The truth! The truth!" whispered "Nothing else, so holp tho woman. you God!" "No," said the man, "but I lovo you still, and you ought to marry mo, you must. Can't you understand?" "Listen," said tho woman, flurcely, "I did not go to that man yonder, although he offered me everything that honor could dictate and that truo af- - she believed, with much foundation for her belief, (hat, the man' who had never been' coerced by a human being except her would fight until be died. She could not go away with him: she could not live with him on the Island. She A future opened before him. had learned that afternoon on the sand that If his Identity could be established be would be a man of great wealth, a power, a factor In the world's affairs. She had had her experience In life, her taste of power it did' not matter about her. It mattered greatly about him. She had given him a final chance. He did not love her as she would be loved. He could not love her. It was evident to her that he 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 ner side, where she was hidden from the ship, and went down to the edge of the water. She even slipped off the garments of civilization and stood forth a primitive Kve and waded out a little way Into the lagoon. The night bad 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 untlt tho last vestige of her strength was cone, and then sink down, leaving him frco and settling the question. And yet the waters lapping about her feet held her back, drove her back, retarded her In her advance "Man," he read slowly, studying' each word In the dim light, "I loved you. In one 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 ment world by your side. The world They decided, therefore, to chance the was kind, but you were not You a direct march over the hill and across broke my soul and killed something the Island. Ily great good fortune they within me which I had thought dead, stumbled Into the path which was but which you had revived. No power now sufficiently defined In the grow- could revive It again. I cannot marry ing light to enable them to follow It Langford, for I do not love blm. I will They climbed the hill as rapidly as not marry you, for you do not love me. was consistent with the strength of I will not go back to the world now. the chaplain, who was a rather old I have no desire to do so and I cannot man. and then having reached the top live alono with you upon the Island. went down the other side almost at a You will not go without me, and so I run. ,wU fco first by myself alone. You will Aa they broke out from under the think of me, I know. In the great palm trees, they saw a dark object In world. Perhaps- you will Judge yourthe gray dawn lying upon the sands self harshly, but I do not Judge you at the water's edge. It was a human at all. You did not know, you did not As they ran tobeing undoubtedly. understand. It came too suddenly ward It with quickening heart beat upon you. You cannot forget me, but they recognized It as the man. He do not repine over me and remember was lying motlonlsss as If be had been to the very last that I 'loved you. struck dead. In a brief space they Good-by- . May God bless you, and Tbe lieutenant-commande- r reached him. may he pity "me!" knelt down by his side and Underneath she had written the Imturned blm over upon his back. He personal name which he bad loved to was as senseless as If he bad been call her, "Woman." ' smitten with a thunder bolt. So characteristic wa the letter that "Is he alive?" asked the chaplain, that superscription was supererogatory bending over htm. thought Mr. Whlttaker. Only a womMr. Whlttaker's hand searched his an could have written it- - She bad heart gone out of his life, because with ber "It beat feebly," he said. "He in It there was no sqlqtlqn of It for seems to have fainted, collapsed in htm, because how pitiful It sounded some strange way. I wish we had there In the gray of that morning In brought the surgeon. I wonder what that lone Island to those two men! can be the cause of It?" because he. did not love ber. And sho "Look!" said tho chaplain. had gone out of It with excuses for He pointed to a little heap of some- him on her lips and love for him la on the sands a foot or two her thing dark heart No wonder that, divining away. . this which he had not seen, realizing; asked the officer. "What Is only that she waa gone, he had been The chaplain stepped over to It. stricken as be waa. "It la tho ctothes of the woman." he The doctor arrived presently. Ho voice, "and that said In an ordered the man, still unconscious, to Bible we were to take away with us be taken back to tbe ship where he with the other' things but which she would do what he could toward revivsaid she would give us In the morn- ing blm and pulling him through this ing." great and terrible crisis that had como Mr. upon him. The chaplain went exclaimed "Great heaven," with Whlttaker, "you don't think" bis duty to be In atblm, concei At the same Instant the same tendance up- - the living rather than thought bad come to .both men. searching for the dead. "It looks like It" said the chaplain Tho captain, with "Poor woman, brought 100 men to tbe other officers, with bated breath. the shore. Tba may God help her!" Island was systematically searched. It "That Is what la tbe matter with was all open. There was no place of him," returned the lieutenant-commande- r concealment, but not a foot of It was "He has sought her In her left unvisited. Agttlu uiu again tuv cave and has not found her. He ha men traversed the Island. They found discovered these things and he knows nothing, absolutely nothing, Tha that she Is gone. The shock has al- woman had vanished and left no trace ' most killed him." except the grass tunlq In her cave, the "What la to be done now?" remains ot hec toilet articles, her tho man of action Interposed. Here knife, watch and Bible and tho you watch by htm, chaplain," "Do lieutenant-commanderising. little heap of clothing on tbe sand. said tho All these they carefully gathered up "I will go back to the landing upon and took back to the cruiser for tho docthe other side and send for the tor. Then we will bring a party man. In the search, and made quite fraa-ti- c ashore and search tyery foot of tke by tbe necessity of It, Langford Island. It Is a bad business. To think he" would not be perof that woman offering herself to this Jolno'd. Indeed, suaded that the woman be bad treated man In vain. The fool!" o badly, whom he' bad hunted so de'Don't." aldhje chaplain. "He la more than a child In spite terminedly, whom he had loved so not much rejected .blm finally, of all that he has learned. We must truly, who bad gave up at last. make allowances for blm. He did love was dead, but even he Taking with them the evidence to her. evidently. Look to what her loss has brought him. Perhaps stricken by substantiate the woman's affidavit and the hand of God bla soul has gone out to establish, If so be It were possible, tbo man's claim, and taking with them to meet hers," "Well, we must fight for his llfo also tho bones of his mother, not forDo you stay here. I will getting whnt remained of tho faithanyway. ful dog. which the captain caused to be back In a abort time." rose to b. exhumed from Uie rnlnod beat, a Tbe lieutenant-commande- r his feet and started back across the night fell the Chcyonno stnantd away i to the northeust, followed not Ions Island without another word. after by the Southern Crotw. The two The chaplain composed the members of the stricken maa, putting hint vessel, went slowly, as if tf.a souls - Itr I awe-struc- k scls-icor- s, r, I 'To Ue ''ontlnued) -- ' - - JM 1L V,i VJ IWccac? If On Yah 1AV.ii Finn To Watch That o Miindreds of Things in Our New Stocks Interest from You. "14" 1 Griffon Suit Baltimore Made The Home (f VII Good Clothes. SultS""We have been receiving new Suits from New York every day and now have over 400 in stock at every price from $15 to $45. Every size size to largest extra sizes 47 inch bust. More than 00 distinct styles and every new color and fabric. Every suit made in New York especially for Southern women. We urge you to buy early as stock is at its best. We want you to examine our snits and note how they fit at collar and My Fall line, more complete than ever, i now ready lor your inspection. Call by am ask to see the only "make" that fits lik Tailor-mad- e clothes. ALL WOOL ' SAM ROBINSON, Stanford, Ky. "rmrpARRTSRS" figure with you placing your flro Insurance On account or railing hcnltli, 1 will For tliliv-Uoo- d tow with calf two weeks old. J. I.. Jarvlti. II. F. 1) No. 2 sell at public auction nt my farm nown l'laln utne-holwheat drill, good ns McKlney, Kentucky, new, for sale cheap, W. P. Ix)gnn. FOIl SAI.K Nice young Jersey THURSDAY, SEPT. 29, 191 mlk cow. J. 8. Turpln, Stanford, Ky. So.ue of the cry best bred horsos I,ct mo Insure )our barns and to- Jacks, Jennets nnd mule colts In1 V. A. Trlbblo. bacco. It I.. Hubblo bought n mule Kentuck), consisting ot Senator at Mt. Sterling court Monday. He THEWARFIELD plans to go west soon nftur n For Ilent--M- y place of SCO acres This stallion has proven hlmsolf for 1011 a0 acres for corn. 30 acres one of the bet reeders In Kentucky for wheat, CO acres In meadow, rennd Is n very fine Individual mainder for grazing. Mrs. Ccorgu i POWHATAN to;an, Stanford, Ky. For Sale. A well Improved farm iVIII nl.n Ik anltl ltn l n dnn ' of 20 acres, near Mt. Salem, houseand hold and kitchen furniture, stock, and breder, an excellent Individual , tanning tools. . Woodson. Mt. show horse. Salem, Ky. One Penvlno stallion, a For Salo. Sow and 'J pigs, H. I fine Individual and well broken, ono ' Derry, Iliutonvllle. yearling Penvlne stallion, a blue ribWanted cattle to grate 70 acres or bon wlnnei aud a hindsome colt good blue grass. It. I.. lWry, 11 us Five nlco brod mares and colts ky v tonvllle. Sldl nnd as handtome as can be, all For Sale High grado Southdown by The Wnrtield; four brood mare J, ram lambs. Fisher and ItenlcK cross- all safe In foal to Jack; one 4 year-ol- d es. Mrs. Mattle II. Hewes, Moreland, harness mare, tcry fine; two Ky., It. R No 1, Hoi 49 harness horses; ono Wanted To buy a place of 73 to harness horse, very fine; ono 2' 100 acres In Lincoln county, one havyear-olharness mare, very fine; ono ing improvements. Address P. O. harness maro, very Ra'K Cox 65, Stauford, Ky. harness geldings; three For Sale Two sow. 18 shoata, 61 two yearling fillies, very fine AH of stock hogs. John Cook, Stanford tal young stuff Is by The Wartield c A few thoroughbred For Sal and out ot tho very bst bred marra, Jersey bong pig. April farrow. Price reasonable. T. J. " Durham, such as C. F Clay, Gambettla Wilkes, 59-Naboth, Dignity Daro and Ed Kim Crab Orchard. Phone 13-- H H, 0 Fox, of Danville, wai In bol, etc. Monday where he bought Peavine Allies, good Two for Hundley & Son forty mule colts nt Jacks, black, an avenue,, of ISO per head. He also on"; two nice bought for the same party a yearling with white points and the best broke mule for 1100. jsrk In Kentucky; one 4 year-olO A Bwlnebroad, of Uarrard, sold to the Lancaster Mills 600 bushels of Jennet jack colt by side. of other Jeneta all bred to good wheat at SO cents. U. II. Bourn sold bushels to same party at 30 centa. J40k. cents and Bright Herring sold fU0 Five nice mure mules, toe workers Mack Hughes or Uoyle. sold for Wra Orady of Woodford, a colt by and strictly good; one pair splendid Montgomery Chief ror $SW, Lebanon horse mules well broke and young; parties helnc the purchasers one strictly good yearling mare mule; The Danvllle Messenger says H. D. mule Stiles, J. M. Bailee and two other men one yearllDg Jiftfie mule; one B took an option on the farm colt; six splendid feeding cattle; of William and Richard (Jentry on tbe splendid butcher heifers. iljtrodsburg pike In Boyle at $200 an The public will see some of tho acre. At the sale ot L. C Coffman In the best tndlvdtials that has ben ofTered West Knd everything sold well. Brood ror sale In a long time all bred up to mares $103 to $125, yearling filly $125 the top. , horse colt $60, yearling heifers $20 Terms of salo will be made known to $37, bull $53, stock hogs $17.50 per head, milk cows, $45 to $53. Col J. on day of sale. P. Chandler cried the sale S. M. Owens & Sen, J. L. Hutchison, of Boyle, bought n ot cattle In Lincoln McKInney, Ky county last week at $3.70 per hundred. uaven Mcueath, of lh.i Hedxevll e Col. J. P. Chandler, Auct section, says that the lobacco crop Is being viry Heavily damaged by rust, . duo to the rainy weather the past It. M New land o 57-2- 1 car-load Ihi-rod e car-loa- d d serf-son- shoulder, and note how they are finished, inside and outside. Dr6SSGS"New Dresses are coming in constantly and it is well worth your while to see them. We are showing dresses for every occasion, from Materials are all morning to evening. Prices range from $12 to $75- wool se.ges, new safins, Eolianst Mistrals, Velvets and Chiffons. Every dress is from the best makers in New York City. I.t before PUBLIC SALH1 SkirtS and attractive new styles of Chiffon, Persian, Plaid, and plain silk waists from $3. 50 to $15, and all the new shapes in Skirts in Voiles, Panamas and Serges from $5 to $18- line of Persian Silks, now in great and waists, at 85c and $1. All shades of Soft demand for under-dres-ss Satin and Cashmere de Soie at 85c and $1. Plain Marquisettes and s. Chiffons for Very extensive line of dress trimmings to suit all the new colors. over-dresseup-to-date WaistS-Ma- ny SilkS and TrimminCS-Handso- me , NOVeltieS-Fe- stores pay as much attention as we do to the little "novelties" in women's wear. Our resident buyer in New York keeps us constantly supplied with new articles in neckwear, jewelry, belts, handbags etc are now offering a line of Children's Wash Dresses at 59c, sizes 2 to 6 years. These are in many colors and styles-- all good. Also a large line of children's dresses from 8 to sizes from $1 25 to $3. 14-ye- ar w Children's DreSSeS-- We We are exclusive agents for the Howard Dustless IDuster25cand the Dustless Floor Mop for hardwood floors. They not only cleah but polish. A boon to the tidy housekeeper. 1. S'lfl B. ROBERTSON & BRO., M PUBLIC SALE. Danville, Ky. wagons, plows, hariows, binder, wow ers, rakes, one lightning hay press, lu good repair and other things too numerous to mention. Sale begins at 9 a. m. Terms made kuown on day or sale. At same time Mr. F. Reid will dispone of a number of nlco young horses. M. L. MYERS. Col. J. P Chandler, Auct m '31 U SEE ME About That New Suit. I m m m 1 a is i3 ti fl 1 Just Received a Big Line. 9 si L. L. SANDERS, Crab Orchard, Kentucky. s M ! Having decided to quit farming, I will otter for sale at ray home two miles from Stanford on the Huston- ville pike on V. lleld's farm, known as in Will Hays place on Saturday, Oct. 1st, 1910, ,ny personal property, con sisting of stock, farming Implements, two- brood marcs, one pair bontes, one horse, two 2 year-olUtiles, four milk cows, two with calves, one Jersey heifer, one pair mare mules, 23 good yearling cattle, 30 good hogs. farming Implements, consitlng of - gre Cook Farms' First Annnal Sale Breatest event of tbe 3te)U asd fillies, . a I JPlaa. fFHnun t . sl! now liliiHii,' tiW 'TvT"" HITCH Mary K. Arnold has sold her 8C acre (arm in tbe Brumfleld section tr SAFE MEDICINE FOR CHILDREN. S. M. Campbell at 131 50 per ncre A the public sale milk cows sold al Foley's Honey and Tar Is safe and prices ranging from $51 to $56 per effectlvo medicine for children for acre. children as It does not contalu opiate Mr Rogers sold his nice farm In the or harmful dtugs'. (let only the gen- Turneravlllo section, known as the uine Foley's Honey and Tnr In the old Carson placo to Illchard Cooper yellow package Shugars and The farm contains 64 acres nnd the price received ror It was $100 on acre. Senator it. L. Hubble's crack T M. Ureen will h started Is tlsc tONmCTOltt) q W races nt .oulsvllle next week and somogood work Is expected from him us he Is about right now. Ilirnni Ulytr.u ot near Athens, FayISS-- ' ette county, Is the owner of a pig with flro ears. It Is over two woeks old nnd Is In strong healthy condition. The mother of the pigs wns a runt it Hi jjH given to Mr. Ill) the by Mr. Lee Smith about a year since. I Land buyers will do well to attend Mr. J. C, McClary, sss Undertaker and Embalmer 8TANFORO, l a!P1 fijBk KY- - b7oTc a r ter, New Llverv. rtion, IT. Sltnni fhaa. " FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30th kind ever held la Kentucky. CO saddle ware, SO Jennets nnd colts. All registered. In Catalogues Kentucky. Every one ot tbeae Jennets should be kept J. F. -- COOK & CO., 2 s, Lexington, Ky. s UP SIX HOklEIGH BATTERIES DIAMOND WMh shown above and you produoo tno boat Ignition spark. Battorloa , last longer M worked In multiples. ur quick action connsotor "m- - -- THE GRATITUDE OF FARM FOR SALE! miles weal ot 80 acres lying 1 ELDERLY PEOPLE vHigbland; a good cottage and Uoes out to whatever helps give barn etc., G fields fenced; .about 35 acres in cultivation; plenty them case, comfort and strength. of water. Reason for selling out not Foley's Klduny Pills cure kidney aud ble to work on farm, l'rlce rearon- - bladder diseases promptly, and glvo comfort and relief to elderly people. EP Norlelgh Diamond Batteries have a moisture space 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 Itself. FOR 8ALE BY GEORGE H. FARRIS, 8TANFORD, KY. the iale or J. H. Otter's rami on Sept STANFORD, KENTUCKY. 28th the the buyer makes the price on one ot the best located farm In Boyle CUT FLOWCTr FOB SALE! county, only 9 miles from Stanford and only 45 minutes drive to Danvlllo I can furnlib th publlo with lb bo.t. as or I.ancater. the present crops show wall as tbe (rr.batt of cut flower.. DlanU of one of the best producing farms on all kind., bulb., pottd flowr, on ibort Bone. aiu muss a .peeisuxoi wroatas the market far for funtral purno... Bale at 2:30 P. M., Col. J! M. Dunn, . In connection witb thsaboVa, I hre all kind, of Tesetablet on band at; rva.ODahiti Auctioneer. Terms one third cush, balance In prion. OIIHIHTMANOKRENIIOUHKH, one and two years. Kd Huuuaro, 1'uou. Htan'trd.Ky, M. J. Farrls, of Boyle, sold this week to Colby Jenkins, or the For Sale Nlce residence on Main section, CO head of short )earllngs at $4.50. street lu Stanford, Ky,. tho frontage 11. It. Ulbson, of Madison,, sold Monday to Samuel Atcorn, ot Hock- - of lot large enough for another build castle, county, the farm of 140 acres ing lot. Alt necessary outbuildings. situated tu'nr Kingston and kno'vn as Price the Barnette farm for $7,000 Po.bos-flo- Everything In good repair. A bargain, see L. It. Hughea, $2,750. will b given January 1st. n Depot Street, Phone 06. ' T JA8. A. KINO. 60-8- . Suugara and Tanner.