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Digital page images are linked to the text file. - 'i vmmm iim "" -- wwsssTr"'- ' r' v ' THE INTEMOH VOLUME xicXVU. 1 .STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY', KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, SUITEMUKR Journal. 30th, 11)10 I NO. 62 IMPOSSIBLE TO GET LINCOLN COUNTY JURY SPECIAL MISS ROSA MEIER WEDS MR. COMMONWEALTH ATTORNEY GOOD CROWD PRESCNT AND BID- BERNARD HOEHN OTHER DING IS SPIRITED THE SEEK WILL DEMOCRATIC Urodliend, Sept. 29th NEWS. SALES MADE NOMINATION TO FILL The lto( kcnstie county fair associaVACANCY. Highland, Ky., Sept. ath, Wilding was spirited on most of tion held Its meeting n few nights ago Mnrrled, nt the residence of Mr. and nnd declared a dividend ot SO per With urn od militiamen guarding nil Commonwealths Attorney Ctiarlos the olferlngs of 8. M. Owens & Son, rent bosldc carrying a handsome Mrs John Meier on the 27th by Father roads leading Into Stanford, picketing Hlnke, pastor of tho Oreenhelm and Thurs- - balance In reserve fund. A. Hardin, who Is In Stanford, uttend- - at their sale near MoKlnney tho stairways leading up Into the cirhorse- Chnrley Moore nge 17 son of Wni. Ottonli'lm German reformed churches Some very Ii.d- n hi. niriiini iintina in ronnentinn dV cuit court room and searching every offered. In the bunch being Moore of tl ; Marctsburg section who Mls Rosa Meier and Mr liernnrd with thn prosecution lot the negro, """h " roan who entered, tho trlnl of tho neaccidentally shot himself n few days Hochn, or Otienhelm. This wns ono gro, Shay 1'cllmnn for committlm; n Pelnmn. al tho spenal term of court, ""? handsome stallion, Powhatan. ago nnd wns thcught to bo getting of the most notable weddings that has "hlch went to P. M. Ware, of upon little Nancy Rankin, nssauli Is Informing his friends thnt ho is a better died Sunday night and wa3 ever occurred at this place, there behole Wednesday, At th6 time the for $::f.O. A good crowd wns pros-tlo- burled In the Mnretsburg cemetery ing about 100 guests present. for the doinocrntlc nomlnn- Interior Journnl closed Its report on Monday Little Misses Irene Meier and Marlor Circuit Judgo In this the 13tli 'nt, and Col J. P. Chandler, the Friday, tho court wns engaged In enThe 18 months old baby boy ot Mr garet Huffman of tho bride who Tho election to tloucer kept them busy at all stages, nnd Mrs. L. U. Parsons of L'08 West acted ns flower nieces preceded district. deavoring to securo a jury from a spe-ila- l girls tho atpanel from Hoyle county, tho von-Irn successor to the Into Judge A nice burgoo dinner wns served. liroadvvay ljulsvllle, died Monday of tendants, Mr. Walter Warfleld select and was burled nt Stanford Miss Ktnma Meier, sister of the brldo The sales were as followsof Mxty men from this county dlptherlii and haufley ond to fill out the balanco of 120,000,000 Pounds having boon oxnimte.l with bu. onu Tuesday. Mr Parsons Is a passenger bearing a basket of whlto and pink Mute colt Jas Woods $50. his unexpired term from Jan. 1, l'Jl'i, man, Mr Frjo, of the West Knd, qualcondiutor runplng between. Louisville carnntltms, the attendants all being Urown mare Jas Woods JI1SS.50. ifying for rerrlce nnd Richmond. Mrs. Parsons wns for drosscd In pink nnd whlto and the Tho caso hot been OF TOBACO TO BE THROWN ON will bo held November, 1911, and It S'J, Nunnelley Mulo colt A. T. Is expected that the democrats of the merly Mls Pearl Newland or this bride In white Tho ceremony which discussed so much In thin flection that BY BURLEY SOCIETY MARKET Filly colt Jas. Woods 161. They have our sympathy In was quite a lengthy one was all In nlnce ptactlcnlly everyone summoned Imd counties of Lincoln, Garrard, lloyle Horso Colt A. It. Nunnelley HU. formed or expressed an opinion ns to their troubleGerman followed by n pra)er In EnTho Lincoln county comtnltto of lo- - nnd Mercer will mnko a nomlnntlon Mis Helen Sayers ot the Splro sec- glish by Rev. J. M. Cook. the guilt or Innoconco of tho occuiod. bucco growers have returned from the early In the car Judge Lewis L. Horse Colt A .IL Nunnelley I0. Msltlng trlends In Shelby City tion The trial of the negro has proceed" Lexington meeting nnd will report to ceremony and congratumarc A. II. Royalty 76, Alter Walker, n republican, Is now holding Mrs. Alex lating, the bride announced thnt she nnd Paint Lick this week cd very quietly. There, was a large the growers hero the Tho HurFilly colt James Woods JSI. Wells or the same section Is visiting would throw her boupuet Into the air, crowd In town on Wednesday, com- ley Tobacco Society has decided that thp office by apiolntment of tho Gov Horse Colt IL II. Crow 7C her daughter .Mrs. Preston In Cincin- and the one catching the same would posed chiefly of those summoned lor unlets tobnc ernor to fill the vacancy until nn elec 110,000,000 ot the Sorrel mare A. It. Nunnelley $1"G. nati. Rev. J A. Sayers or Plnevllle be tho next one to marry. There was Rrnnd or petit Jury service, how over co In the 1J03 pool Is sold by Oct. 6 tlon cmu be held In November, 1911. Is with Mr. A. E. Albright here this quite Considerable curiosity was evinced at tho society will offer It nt public sale horse Jack (lover $91. a scramble among the maria-geabl- e So fnr, Mr Hi.rdln is the only forwek Mrs. Ida Catron, or Walnut tho presence of tho soldiers here hut on tho open nuirket nt 1exlngton and girls present when Miss. Fanhorse J. H. Williams $123 Giove wns with the family of James nothing lu the way of on oert act continue to miction It olf until nil Is mally nnnounced candidate for tho horse IL C. Engleman Owens here llri-- t or tho week. Mrs. nie Hatfield the beautiful school place, though tho Irlends ot Hon. Geo. ha been manifested madam, of Mt Morinh succeeded In sold $110. Nellie Rico of Livingston Is with he catching It Sheriff McCarty went to I.oulsvile In a speech President Lcllus sAld K. Stone, of Danville, have been enmare mules J. U parents Mr. and Mis. U K. Painter and brought I'ellman fnim the Jail that the old pooler Pair 4year-oIA beautiful supper was then servwere thinking deavoring to prevail upon him to mnko here this week there where he had been conhned for out of the IliO'j pool Instead of bend-IhHonaker JI20 had a Hne team or ed to the large crowd present. The Mr. Hardin Is meeting with It S. Martin the race. t pin, back here on tho It SO mare mules J 11. mules killed by a train n few nights bride and groom have both been livtheir energies to orgnnlxlng the Pair tniln Tuesday night Capt Waddle, pool for 1910, nnd thnt the nale of the ii grent deal of ontouragement trom ing In Louisville for some six or eight ago. $415 Honaker with his soldiers from Somerset met pool of liu! would thwart "The prominent democrats all over the dis years. This Is the sixth child of Mr. The grrded school at this place is and 4 heifers J. C Coulter 4c pound. the officer and prisoner at Lebanon Trust'a" scheme to wreck the society trict: nnd by reason of tho splendid Mrs. Meier to marry, but the only progressing nicely about 200 students 2 Steers . J. U. Honaker at $4.76. and escorted them on to Stanford. A and disarm Uio dumper. Among tho ouo to marry at home record which he rns mnde during his Hughes - car-olenrolled. jennet Jno. Tenguard was Immediately placed around The report of tho dlffereit counties services as Commonwealth's Attorney Mrs Rebecca Francisco' wife of F guests that were present were' Mr. LVyear-olJennet, K. I. Woods $93. the Jail here or Danville, Mr, and Mrs. to date were on the acreage-pooleF'. Francisco Is very low at this Tnes- - lohn Meier, tho 2 Jonnets, Squire llensley $10. Judrc Unlkor was late In arriving compiled and showed n to Ills friends nssert that he Is much writing, but little chance for her Cvriis Gover, ot Corbln, Mrs. O 51 Yearling Wednesday morning, and court was read and 3S.123 acres. nan In the district now nnd Yearling hlly Jas. McKechnle $100. day ery. utronRoat llulfiuan. of Danville, Mrs. O. P. Hufftnl bt only lllly Ins. McKecrnle $S5. recov not convened until about ten o'tloek The executive committees Ignored if left to the pecple will have n big There will be preaching nt the Uap-tl- man, Mrs. John Camenisch, Mr. and mare A T Nunnelley JH9 The court room wns well filled .vltii all suggestions to amend tho church Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Arnold C. Zurgurg, ot Stanford. nmjorlt) with him. mule Geo. Morris $125. people, who lyid been admitted In Cover, or Hustonville, Mrs pooling rntrnct bv insetrlng tho 1MV Pastor Jamison who has been holding Mr. B. O. or I'envlnc Hlly. IL S. Scudder $125 Is In Mercer Mr. Hardln'it home squads of tluee at n limit, after be Georgetown, Miss Ilattle condition nnd determined coonty horso mules, C a meeting in Tennessee is expected to Parduccl, Pair ing searched on the italrvuy ly the nhfcre ho was long a proiilnent Walters of New Jersey, and Miss Rico go here to stand pat on present contract ns. It. McCormlck, $J00. soldi r prnrtloner at the bar before seeking of Grand Junction. Colorado. recommended that trc YtnrllUB niare mulo IL H. Woods, A spiral grand Jury was quickly framed It The writer wishes the bride and board or Its executive com- - political office. Ho was nominated for f 1&2.CO. drawn It was romporod of some 6J HilllCfi can an groom a long happy and useful lire. m Hustonville. Mule colt, Jtts aiciveguiwo iw. .. election ... .1.1.1 .fell Commonwealth's Attorney practically (ho most substantial nlti?iu qt tho - .!! OI me 11. Shanks $70. Farmers are getting along nicely iearllug mulo W. poolers uwiuo mv county, the uipiiibpr being: T. N, a VCIO of declaring thoiu pool of 191" without opposition six years ago; and housing their tobacco. Yearling horse colt W.H.Shanks $5C II..I. T) 1." H.Iiiai It n Whlln I' If questlon 1 renominated last year nnd Our community was considerably The I.lixity hark on Friday conearllng horse colt J. 11. Williams Yrjung. W A Coffoy, J I Chancellor, on or off before November w Ithout opposition and' la, now lu Ula $76. tained 15 passengers for hore and shorked when the news was around George (ioocb. II, D Aldfldge. . F by Dig- Moreland. that Mauser Oaugh was dead. The second term. He lias a great many Powhatan, stallion rdwcll. It. If. Hogue. K, W Dunlap and W. D. Hocker was tho happy re vounp man was about 21, years ot age Dure F. M Ware $360". Fomider Of I. J. warm friends In Lincoln; county, as nity ear-olGamer Price coldlng VT. . Uurton $16- - cipient last week of a very hand and had made a trip to Oklahoma l Judge Walker delivered a strong well as In other counties oC the dis soraeljr carved ?et of BoRd gold cuff Inst sprfng returning about July 1st, charge to the grand Jury, In which he niare', K. P. Woods $8T.60, buttons ana couar ouuons to maim and since his return he has been contrict, whq will gladly welcome tils can explain his calling, PAY3 IT PLEASANT CALL AND didacy U)Qk occasion to mare, i n. vruw from admiring friends. fined to his home, by malarial fever for the office, which they say APPRECIAfED'-COMPLIMENA,T Nminelley $240. forth e soldiers to guard rellman He home last.we-efFrank, I.usk no one thinking he was seriously sick. he deserves as a well earned- - promovXlTiYaiaK: R. II. Metcalr $250. aid' that ho had full confidence In the from Haltirriore to spend the fall his only sister, Mrs. J, lived .vflMiit.-dai1). W Illton, who, with the late Fi tion and just recognition-o- f Qouragc and Integrity of Sheriff Mcil H.."rfeXealf $15U. months hi tie hope of regaining his He Floyd, with he asked to go to thp ft. whom Carty and other local officer's, but felt J. Campbell' founded the Interior Jour A. T. Nunnelley $135 health. Ja'iK service In the commonwealth's spring and get him a fresh drink tip' chance should b tak-n- , Jack, Virgil Campbell $100. utid so, Tho beloved wlfts of Wordle Cannon vvheu she round him dying. His ago, was her Attorneyship. oyer their protests, had himself, re nal, almost, 38 years McKlnney died last who, lives near were laid away at the grave quested" tho presence of th soldiers. vVeinraJay on Insurance buslnds. week after a lingering. Illness of flux, Vard at the Metkodlst church by the Ktotecky Jtldgo Walker declared that ho was representing the Michigan Lire insurby Dr. Odder frlde or his mpth.er who preceded htm 53hp wns attended Returns, Ta Agakst His Brother Vllllng to accept full responsibility ance Colnpany, yhOse able and proficient efforts to several years ago. He leaves a father ilch had a pollcyon i ? ... save, her Ufa was unavailing, thp dls- matter, and Impressed all wjth the llfo of the lato Judge M. C Sail' loathe Nominee CHARLES- - LUTES. WILL BUY CAT ase hailrig,gotten beyond the sk(ll pt and sister to mourn his loss. In tho if hi. 'conscientiousness quikty matter flfX. Died at her home In Stanford on i.'Ah Indictment was TLE HEHE-AGAIrftiirned the man. to save. year. judge. Young 25th, C,'o. Kill, Unwell iid ft need In years, Mr. rsnllle nnd daushter Of TamOX Sunday SepL 'were Mrs. W. L at the I'ellman, charging) blni wfn Aftafntt away remains Ha., who snem tho summer with Her .Morjah church laid1 the. offense of rap to whlehj through, but Is hale and as spray as a much, Mt. arterfdneral serThe many frfends of Mr. nnd Mrs. numerous' rrlerfds 'and relatives Cdltor Green Clay, Walker of of younger man. He paid the I. J , an his, attorneys, It II Tomllnson, tor, wjas here at the opening of the Charles Lutes will be glad to know wLt Krvil left. ijst.A'eek for Louisville vices conducted by. Mr. Joe .McClary. Lwnbaster, and J S. Owsley, Jr, of many a. husband and five chilShe th)V city, ho entered a plea, of qpt appreciated vslt and viewed the they-ar- e to raak thejr home in fte,r, atevy, wjeeKs thefi, the go by dren leaves special 'term of court Wednesday, Ho to mourn henloss. ltnpriiynKut. ip.'th o(fce. tho lluqi Is a brother of Judge Ldwld U Wajkex that ,'. im. . , guilty 'riot i etuni to way or anvnie to lijuipu. kentuck'y again and will Rev. Carr filled his appointment at KvehnV. relnrned" With them. 'Counsel for I'ellman entered a mo-tq- type niachtno, folding machine ana and unlike him Is a dyed Calgary. Canada, wjiere they have lohn doode and linlily ot Coyjngton Mt. Morlah Sunday. for a continuance, or thp rasoto, lyid othr? l,hor saving devices with the past few nara. alter a delightful two weeks star Kdltor Walker says (hat been located-fo- r h Rev. A. P, Wilson has assigned as the regular term ol rourii oiu.. Jhi. luich In'tcrest, remarking upon ifo Democrat. Methodist Mrs, J. P. Goode his pat- pastor ot the. Highland) yet. ground that the) had not bad time nor If his brother is the rpUMIeap nomi- Mr. Lutes has Just. accepted, a posl' JuUge-4- I church Wit has not arrived home. opportunity t properly look Into the grrntly Improved facilities for publfbjli nee for election as circuit Judge next tion with' a big cattle handhug firm ent Rev. Elbert Young who was assign Lalr,'s blood hounds were called last ca or prepare a defense, having In'g n newapaper oSer tbo days whoa year, be will wagu a tlgorous fight and will In this territory in visweek to Pirryville. where a store had ed to tho DoonvlllR church, aiter n out once a woek now retained to defend him, at, such n.eStruggKd'to-Rt- t paper, the Central the future with) headquarters at Danmhbedi' Tha tral was followed iting his parents here for two weeks a.'late hour. century ago. He saldi upon him In his almost a halt democrat first. ville. He ll regarded as one ol the sutflclentiy to teR the ta)e and arrests or more left last Saturday with his Judt Vvker gaypthc attc.rn.eya.un, a gpl'tor Record for he Is wife and baby for Boonvllle. til, o'clock Thursday to famHlarlxe i "Ypu nfccgettfng out sdcH Ust nnd "all the tlmo; shrewdest catle men ever prOduceu will follow.f). Kennedy of Stanford, was Mrs. J. Wash Cook has returned Mrs. K. themselves 3tU the case, considering did Tiaper, and lhedr so mutfU of.lt Is certainty of tho best sort, and Kdl anywheri nnd has had n number ot of- - Mr- - Nannie from visiting relatives In New Albany, k guest that ample time owing to tho nature I wirit you td nend It to me," and he tor Ho tlie Ind. Walker will undoubtedly be com responsible positions offered him. Ktfe- of the case. Adjournment wns tnen pulled out a dollar and put It whero It Mr. and Mrs. Perk Elliott, and Mr. The practice of taking horses and mended for such evidence of his de- lelta $8,000 position' M Hit the great taken until that hour .yesterday when would do the most good. foot and Mrs. Jotn Davenport, of HumphupShi reconvening of court, trial was nacklug firm of .Mprris & Co., of Chi- - buggies acrobs the suspension votion to his party. forbidden. rey spent several days with the Jer-ke- y is positively Col. Hjlton Is an Intense admirer Main entered upon. cago, to return to Kentucky, While he bridge street U.e creek on West knd of Bros, and Mr. and Mrs, J. M over In hla trav-el- s A special venire of sixty men from of Uov. McCtcary and said has great Talth In the future of Canada bur citv officials will sieto It, Uiat th.e Young. al! pari of Mncoln county was soon . Vfir. the Stito oa his Insurance fJne good Inv. .r..iDfnr win Catcli- Hhbble of Tenn., was hero V'Hl Chvn-rtVre Is no place which looks as tsdic, nearly every man thox'copTrnrmvSvcS!d.sril!a for the rxUiMrd 1,"Vtw-J"f-'---t brJdss his' this week, wltrr bis sister Mrs. W. U, Ws Irold iveuiuniy. man examnsd having, ormod to him as ot recently uy par Paiih. biidly damaged ho, fOund tho sentiment revocable opinion Of the case, and business, , . Mr."' Will Ilaugh has returned from (tea In a rush to There was no preaching Sunday at thus dlsqtialUylng WqiMf for service ilemdcratla nomination for governor. s Kv Mrs. J. T. Udhon brother George Ilaugh S visit bo practically an He bWaVW'thaflM Iraure to win the tho Christian church on account or Seeing that It would Grab Ofcfcard. .Mr, P- - Tr fn Detroit Michigan, a visit to her slstef n Jury rrom nomlBatlon tuen Impossibility to secure l0 elected by th! rain. at Lebanon. andtpnJ.'K. Iiohpn at Mr and Mrs0. M. Young. Sorma, this county. Judge Walker Instructed. largest majority ever given a governor H. IL Dunnagan of "Wayne county i celebrated her llOwlins; Green. Mrs. Agnes' Ueft-Jng- ' Luclle and Roberta with Rev. K. K. deputies td'.nrooecd thn nheUft and hia ur iinuelaa Uittenback of Kentucky Yuung wfe and baby, visited their wn )iere this week looking for mule birthday anniversary by serving a at. once to the' Ferry Wlla section of lu "5 years. Company, stop; colts be bought II at Lancaster Mon- sumptuous dinner to her relatives aud Wagon... Manufacturingm. a fu-- hours relatives a( Bethel Ridge. county ana impanei a veniro oi Hovlo 1 Mrs. Sarah Austin Is with her daugh Irlends. Those present were Mr. and no report witn tuera to $V0. day nt $60 7B men and EARLY MORNING HOLDUP Mr. vvlth his old colleague, Mr. Vred Jef- ter Mrs. Walls at South Fork. morning. county Mrs. J. O. Riddle--' and children. nt court thl Ii. T. Dunnngan, of Pu,laskl, wm and Mrs. Henry Wells and children Thursday morning at 4 o'clock, John C. looking for a farm, Mesdames W. II. Myers and 0. nml Mrs. tl. Gooch. Waddel, a farm hand, white near the Vas here Your kidneys may be of long standIs Kllxabetb hltle, prepared an entertainment In Mrs Tntum and Miss Mrs. J. 11. Govpr, of llronston, I'epot. wns held up by a luirljy, negro fund gly. ing, It may bo either acute or Day C Payne went to Iiulsvlllo last week l.. . of the Helen Moser last week chronic, but whatever It Is ltlngMier brother Lee Rankin. who with 45 In hand, ordered Cullle .h mvoh ri.ftirtnnce .i wjll aid you to get Kout, also colored to rlllo Waddle's Mrs. L. P. Weaver has returned Shopplrg. C. 81gler. of Winter Park. at which Mrs Minnie Robinson read Klduoy Remedy, your SOLDICR8,AT pocKets. jftcr which ho was pcrjmlitfld Mr J. Uie enterprise rid ot It quickly . and restore sketch of TRlA&i-HAVlNBid TIME' Q iome from Wayne. county, wbqre she Florida. hsi l)een visiting his mother i.. the. as' iitural health ana-- Vigor, "One, bottle to i.lsa on. Wadilol 'ane ilMvn town jias ilIss'Kelllo Allen entertained Carter, been, visiting herjtnother and oth MrsityaUlnaSlgler. b& Foley's KldttW Tleiuedy' made jne nnd foMnd, Qhlef "f P"fo " of r rfljatlvos. Miss Tevls' Collier' of Somerset has ,embly with a bruiiaui Tho soldier bora came to town In who acioHnauH Iim to" h Uabeth Tell' saWlJ,.Bfobull.of Grand View. 8hu-gaRogers for charge or tho negro, Shay I'ellman, tho hold-uWfs. qommJBajelalUng It now. wiero th- woman vvas Harvey Rogers Is very sick with bteh'wrth- - .Mrs, .Walter leTerai-days- , and Tatowwy visit. Tuesday night and have been having rmind with the money' l:nlfs and lobac- .r Tnn ii,. contr buted , greatly ..vu -u,,.. Miss IfblUo llrooks In company with uu lCii excellent music . lots.of fua locet The .cpipalnyVnere c wJilciiWUdliU4d tW3VaIy, fW, hpptdlcltUi. fcojupanHafomniand Cahelene Alexander Is quite III. - iBtt la.Kent4cky, will be- withdrawn itlrfl? 0 yt Tote ol Stanford, attend-'djthfis th crlbed. Thonegiotuanjiad vamoosed e Isifajtous ..... it not BoldwHWn 30 days, Aaores Cincinnati exposition of Cftt llenry Waddle, who has tho 1. ilia' r.r.'l.'iir urrlied. ' Wilson Alexander bought 25 1,050 VI lUiAHMUOUS IRJ ciuiuioim" l"M t I1UVI31 reputation of being one oi w S hVflT.i .1 kC K box 82 HustonrlUe, Ky, itT Kte Potter and Mts. l.on Simp iipuud cale fro,m Rankin & Kit lk.rn Tuesday .uau.iu msw.v-- ' Th and most eMcleBt ofllcera In the ponoi Vlachster haVe been recent Mrs. DY S! T,lrtv whlnned tU "oil sus.rd" to a haUick at 4 1 cents. B&raiytbeautlfu' fpr a weeks Carpenter left vWlt wjth relatives at Uto guard. He brogght his entire 1'iriKcie" In the New Yort reoublican f SO rfiiTauEXu. J. M. Rankin sold' nradfordsvUUv and vicinity. A bvo,bR! k.00!' McCormack Rlffe and Tucker shlp-nV- d dutUus. themsot rnules to a party af $l&0.5O per head "ii.rf . hna heen a guest of Mrs. J. Yroiiejr. of tuocomrany rnrv cSalrmah over Bofdlprs, T to Cincinnati this week one car MlSff, SjnRh. is now vissuit ond Iwught of( D. O Fox 33 mu(e coi Kdmlston. and ruled tho roost to linrn Is ila followli nice Witfcher' cattle 3 ! lo 4l-2- a wal.homl nt $T5. Jtlpg lu,,lticntuono. ' I enry Wfddle; Kjrt Ouenurg iriv"", " i1!"'" Mr-- . Thon&ko ,Otftcrsr-Can- ,t. llraikclt. of Garrard nf nawns. 111.. i.. ,aed for Kovprrfpr;. Mypr UwW. ac. i.lnnHlball UllVCriWHl ar- county wl marry Miss Ktelle bis mother ajd othor rela- L..1wiaKK7. wik. to is vlsltlnt Sergeant .fames II, Coleman, Second New Yofk City; has oefll.ued nt ihn home of the bride's par FARM' FOR SALE. ad-- J tives. cpt the democratic nomination lor Sergeant Toro ya'Iee Sergeants kodThe many thousaud friends and ents near Geneva on Thursday Be'pt. v. Y. Cullon. David Ander- oup ciiamnion . i' AhmrttrW. Wnilam II. Plntf and J6hu Governor 2?th miles southeast ot n,i n C. Pavne attended the mrVeTS'of 2!' I acres, 2 AfivAVVFUL ERUPTION. twlrior MlHon McCorawss; will bod Hustonville, known as the Uennett lnnvvilla ovrmaltlon fully recover-eIII., Uregory, Claude Jasjier and Tom Shad,. glad to know thaUo has Interest, Cloyd iarn., 60 acres In wheat stubble, Mrs. Jfccob Wllmert, Lincoln VUcailo excites brief Miss Gertrude Fields of Florida who nni f'nnkm'Klonky UnJiofy and liluier, of a your Interest In skin eruptions remainder In grass; well Improved from his lath Illness. Ho says It found her way back to perfect health. spending tne summer wu M Orlf-ftn- and tip tho Sho writes Claudo "I suffered with kldaey U snglcton, Musician Dryant. Luther will be as shoit If uu use Ilucklens and a fine stock farm; will sell at a has been Ualley and family has re- his appetite continues he will springtime trouble and backache and my ap1 rlvatcs Mr. J C Matt C their quickest cure. bargain. A, W Carpenter, Moreland. turned home going by Cincinnati and beam irt 176 "Kre the D. Camden. Bhermun Arnica Salve, I'ursell, Lester -, comes gentle Annie" bolls, ulcers, or fever o petite was very poor at times. A few the the exposition m n.ri Anrtv ("ormtnev. Walter Cor-- sores iho wnrai healod by it. Hest for A magniuceiiv Mil boxed cot- - visiting Martha Fish bad a very severe mi nnM n f ljml. aro soon J?,,, ...inndid lm weeks ago 1 got Koley'b Kidney They Coleman, John W took, Mr. --mlnoy, need Lips. Chap-no- d tage, good barn, blacksmith shop and . i lime uraiH -." ju.. i" -them a fair trial . Oeonse Denhnni, burns, Cuts, Urulses, Soro U, beautifully situated on .,.h nv.i great reuei, so cobusww fractured pne oi ner nun. Marshall hands. Chilblains and Piles. It nii nihpr neceiwary outbuildings, well fall and gave me Uutton, Uu L C8rHe Dobbti. ZS cmu at Penctos v cnuiwa tvM tMtaat vmlcrxl IUM AflSSW. VBW llnfi IMM umJ 30UQHT VENIRE FROM BOYLE TO TRY PELLMAN CASE SOLDIERS IN CHARQE. be-ra- errll Moorf, Hush 1'holps. Kred Hail-- I dler. Illchard Scott, Iak Swanson, Oscar Vltalno and Albert White. In the mornings and evenings when not on guard duty the militiamen have have great fun chasing and "blanket- Hie MM'iig negroen or inn town, wnirn consists In bouncing them Into the nlr add catching them In n blanket held tuiit by n number of the troopers Quarters for tno somiers nnvo oern obtained In tho storeroom on MainMroet recently occupied by the Theatorliim moving picture show ncKeu ore placed out some distance on each jlko lending Into the city every night and a strong guard Is lctt around tho jail hi nightfall, which will probably be continued while I'ellman Ih In the rltv nnd the trial In progress. cost of It Is estimated that tho keeping tho soldiers here to the state Is easily from J K0 to $:ou a day. HARDIN ANNOUNCES FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE HIGH CLASS STUFF 20 Per Cent. Dividend SPLENDID SHOWING BY ROCKFAIR BRODHEAD CASTLE NEWS NOTABLE NUPTIALS AT HIGHLAND AT SAM OWENS' SALE - - high-clas- s AlcKln-candidat- e "r. n o - - i 1 afe-ke- '3. -- llu three-year-ol- d m -. d T ,j. an-lve- c t for next N -- .c hasj-etqtne- iiii latt-wee- id in Jte ,- &X to-hi- i .i. 1200 a lolea in.r.tinr p - lWvil i""" rs ---- Spdtr( li uei-i.i- M iina '- imij""'"""- 3-- -- two-yearo- Vice-Preside- K2 n'li.a &fflxW.&bv3Bs. oTrXffi 2 u..rit w", - .'' Yo-..i- I.- DU, Tulf Hi ."'""'"' ," iii sgsMBrWJSBf9SMSisaaBV4psiPW4JMSkiississassssssMsssiSk rU. - wea kWf"SHiWHiiHMmnmi "y-"..;;;- 2. THE STANFORD, KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. GO RIGHT AT IT. FnmAV, 8RPTKMHKH 3WJl. JMO The UVMiY Interior Journal. Established TUESDAY 187JL THE GRATITUDE OF them case, comfort and strength. Foley's Klduny Pills cure kidney and bladder diseases promptly, and glre .comfort und relief to elderly people. UUU5llt BMIU Friends AND FUIDAY In Stanford apd Neighbors Will 6how You How. (let nt the root of the trouble. Rubbing an aching back may It. ELDERLY PEOPLE Ones nut to whatever helps glvo CLOTHES TO At fl Ter Year 8AUFLEY In Advance. HELTON Pubtlthtr Entered at the Tost Office at Stan ford, Ky., aa Second Class mall. Much criticism lg being heard of Judge Lewis I Wnlker for ordering Btnte troops here to protect the negro Shay Pellman from danger of mob vio lence, after the unusunl manlfesta tlon of respect for tho law and willingness that It tako Ha courso upon the part of the Messrs. ltankln at tho time of tho commission of the negro's crime. No ono (lucatknn but that Judgo Walker acted In the best of faith, and bis own statement beforo the grand jury accepting full responsi bility for the calling of the so.dlerts here proves Ijls, conscientiousness. In the matter, but nothing ho may say or do will remove tho stigma that has been placed upon tho county officers and the other panics most affected by having armed soldiers here to protect the prisoner. Tho general opinion seems to bo that In view of the fact that the Messrs. Itankln themselves nrresied the culprit, and peacefully brought him to town to turn over to the officers of the law, and at time when their feelings were undoubtedly at the fever pitch, some better mark of confidence In their most commenspirit then shown dable should have found expression at this time, rather than that open suspicion be cast upon them and their friends by the summoning of soldiers here to guard the negro. g h companies neither haggle over pen. HARNESS ON A HORSE ntes nor stand on trivial technicalishould be made so as to give him perties. fect comfort We carry everything required In harness nnd horso good, W. S. FISH STANFORD, KY. PHONE- 200 but only the best and most reliable lines. If you need harness for Notice farm wagon or for a racing sulky, you will get the best of Its kind nt J. C. McCLARY, Stan'ord, Ky. ve have a saw mill for sale with bailer 30 hp engine, a new saw mill for sale, Vi cash, bal PROFESSIONAL AND David Colsou ance In two, four and six months, IUSINESS CARDS.; with good notes. King's Mountain JOINS BOYS IN GRAY IN OTHER Planing Mill, King's Mountain, Ky. KINCAID & FOSTER, SHORE PREACHERSVILLE TAILOR-HAD- E All Kindt of Insurance, Nothing but LETTER the Best Companies. FOR SALEI Office at State Bank A. Trust Co., Preachersville, Bept, 29 STANFORD, KENTUCKY. night David Colson died Inst Sunday Small well mproved farm outside MINKS HOTEL at the home of his son, John Colson, of tenn limits between Stanford and near Crab Orchard, of a complication Moretand, Abe Mlnkt, Rowland containing 25 acres good of troubles Incident to old age. After Ky. Prop. services at the grave by Messrs. J. C. house, out bouses new barn fine Depot and ..New Hotel Opposite McWhorter nnd O. W. Spanglcr, his young orchard, water at bouse and remains were laid to rest In the barn. Would make a good dairy or Stable. Special Rates to Traveling men Everything Brand New.. Single Preachersville cemetery, Monday af- truck farm for right man. ternoon at three o'clock to await tho Rooms. Dr. Carpenter I also have farm of 104 acres of un resurrection morning. Mr. Colson Is improved land situated on Dlx river R. M. NEWLAND survived by his wife nnd three sons Representing The NEW PRESIDENT OF STATE MEDI-CAone daughter, all of who are and county road. This land is all in Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co. and SOCIETY grass except 16 acres which Is In cultl leading annual dividend ComThe grown. Is due to adhera Confederate vete vatlon. This land will grow fine to pany. Its distinction managements to Deceased w Dr. J.G. Carpenter, of this city, was ence of successive signally honored at the annual con- ran and Mr. Snangler. who served bacco or corn and has, some fine tlm f.Un B.lAlnlA- - Af miltlinltfV "' vention of the Kentucky State Medical with him, spoVe very freely of his bcr on IL Will sell cheap and make ",v """''" ' " Society, which was In session nt Lexvv. W. EURGIM duty. He was a terms to suit the purchaser or will! ington this week. Ha was elected fctrlct devotion to For lnfor-- l DKNTIST. president of the Society for the ensu- member of the Methodist church, a trade for town property. Office at Residence. ing vear after one of the closest races good neighbor nnd was liked by all matlon write or call on me at Row. Frank Cordler. I in the history of the Society for many who knew him. May the bereaved land CRAB ORCHARD, KY. years. He beat Dr. Pryor, of Lexlng-tonones prepare to meet tho departed DR. T. W. PENNINGTON bj a majority of seven votes. Dentist Dr. Carpenter's active work In the onos on high. AM and 1 to 4:30 I'M Hours S?0-1the light on tuberculosis, lias attractIt was our good fortune which ofMyers House flats Stanford Ky oillce ed attention nil over the state and the fered us much pleasure to meet the , delegates wore enthusiastic ovr his venerable Mr. Reuben Williams of DR.' W.'NrCRAIG, ijM election to head the State society. Oculist and Optician days since. He fcerv-eMcKlnney a few r'M K. II CVflcy uirco over H. J. McRoberts' Store UVi G. L. Penny E. R. Coleman through the Mexican War nt the Stanford, Ky. S. S. Convention nge of 20, and now at ihe ago of 8li Is SEAM GAL PRESSED STANDINGl as straight as an arrow and Is n well VANI2ED ROOFING. OF LINCOLN COUNTY TO BE HELD preserved man for that age, in fact he Larqe Quantities carried In Stock. HERE SATURDAY. does not look over C5. He Is said to EADS' TIN SHOP, Stanford. Ken Phone 114. of the Lin- be the only survivor in Central Tho annual convention coln County Sunday School Associa- tucky. JOHN COOK Rom, to the wife of J. M. Cress a tion will be held at the Uaptist church Veterinary Surgeon and dentist. Saturday. Sunday nice girl Annie Dema. tomorrow, her Specialist on a horse and animal Fthool worners from all parts of tne REAL SANITARY PLUMBING On account of such a steady down Stanford, Ky. Phone 194 disease. countv will be present and a. most dewere no ser- Saves Its cost over and over npuln In lightful day will be had. The piogram pour .last Sunday, there WILL ADAMS vices at the Baptist church. lessened doctor's bill. But you must vlll be as follows: l.lvery; all kinds of hauling, Fur- a.ra Song service und devotioMrs. J. J. Thompson Is quite sick. fbe sure that It Is real. It Isn't tho nlture packing. nalRev. O. P. Bush. Phone 173. The eldest daughter of David Adams white basin and nickeled pipes that S'arford, Ky. 9 45 a. m. Address of welcome- Is Quite ill of typhoid fever and hemor make sanitary plumbing. It Is the Kev. J. J. Dickey. MASONS MEETING. rhages. way they are put together. Have us 9.55 a. m Response. A will Lodge No. M. 10n.'. a m. Reading of minutes by Mr. and Mrs. J. M, Lunsford were do your plumbing. We have the InLincoln communicationK. on A. M. nrt meet nU enck stain! Rerretnrv. Mrs. J. T. Blngaman 7:9) visiting the families of John Boll and "know how." Ihlrd Monday nlgbts otJ'aeli montb. atHlan- School 10:20 a in. Address, Sunday In tholr hull An tllAlll fttrfett. Ida and Willie B. T Lunsford. Misses lord. Ky. Members ot sister lodges are fra of the World Rev. Geo. A. Joplln. ITolticlaw, Mary Anderson and ternally Invited to Ijeprewm. i W. 1'en- W. K. WARNER, 10: R0 a. m. What the Women are Belle Stanford, Ky. alngton Hec. Polt.g for tho Bible School Mrs J. J Lena Traylor, of Stanford, were the Ohone 188. Thompnlrlrpv guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. J. J. BELDEN. 1 1 ni n in Pirenta" part In the son Sunday. or bouse, carriage and sign pnlntlng decocnri'nv school Rev. O. P. Bush. correspondent', sub rative paper banging also Miggr trimming In nf nil klnii. .nrh ns ffin. recoxrrrd curtains ii. tn m Pastor's nartBrown.the Our Hustonvllle roads and pikes In and boots made, .Htopover Aldrldge'sblnck , C. to put our 6estion Sunday School Rev. C. LANCASTER. KY. iain m , nimuuru iv; in itli snop west or Stanford, Kentucky. U'bgneNo.vSH. 11:40 a. m Addresfc, Is the Hoy chargo of the magistrate, constable BUYER OF O A. Joplln. heartily enJ 1 IIRI.DKN. Worth Saving? Rev. farmers Is of committees. 1J m. Appointment All Kinds of Farm Produce dorsed by our entire community. Adjournment for dinner. ,led by v . M. Stanford Branch T. K. Tuaor, M'g'r. Devotion 1 30 p. w. V Jones. WE ARE PAYING TODAY FOR: Public Sale 1 to p Eggs in. Problem of Sunday Rev G. A.,.l9JJn. school Work. hens Fryers lM2c 10 p m The Bible School and the Having sold our farm two miles Turkeys Furniture and Undertaking. IS JiiFS I II sc rirfVii" sn n m. Importance of Bible east of Crab Orchard, on Dix River Ducks wyrvya H"sjfeyH , . 1 tsTT - D t.. u.-i- . Sewhrnd' farm. Roosters, per ID itw Ti s.sit4.aa uis Day Phono 28. fT. C Brown. ctiirtv-.if- nr KUUV.ll ' publicly on "c Hides per lb ":4b p. m. Pioblem of Elementary we will offer for sale Night Phono 133. Feathers Renders by all teachers urgent Tuesday, Oct. 13th 1910, Report of committees. :i n m. property: ulME AND 8ALT FOR SALE OR IN Stanford, KonturHy. described following th 3.J0 Afterthe convention, what? FOR PRODUCE. work mules, l pair ot fouryoar-ol- work maro with We EXCHANGE you. Phone 153 can please 1 combined horse, 1 tn foal by Jack, 1 brood mare with raulo Wesley Gaines John Dndertaucr arid Embalm colts with' foal by lack. 1 J. G. Riddle horses 1 t7o years old. 2 art. Also Dealers, in Fur 1 TENNESSEE vearllng horse. 15 yearling cattle 5 niture, MattingtRugs. They HERE ON SHORT VISIT fat cow and two calyo. We are In position tndo all kinds of con 10 barCRAB ORCHARD, KY. will exchange Furniture iot roes and 2 Impound hogs, kitchen crellnit. such as lllock Work, l'arements Buyer of household and and. In (net. we can mako nny tiling from a John Wesley Uttlnos, v. bo represent rels of corn, other things too numer ill Kinds of Stock. Give bouse down to a fence post. We can servo All kinds of farm produce and am In turnlture and s roa promptly ami ' guarantee cd tho Nashville Tennesso district Them a Call, Price Right work and malorlnl. (Jul I and get our prices on ous to mention. on da of saie. Sale paying today for: Congress for 12 years, was here before you buy your material ut least f,ivcn Terms 'J V2 to 10c Hens AHFORD, - KENTUCKY Ho spont begins at 10 o'clock. lo-- ni ixiainuss Wednesday. 19 Kg58 lUrvov much timo with Congressman BROS. ROBBINS 11 Springers Stanford, Ky. Holm, who introduced, him mound 5 to S KJc 'well known here Roasters J. H. Bnughmancc Co. town. Mr. Gaines is '. ... -- 12 to lik Turkeys by reputation for ho Dealer In and Manufacturer of be SuitingF Mnrblo and Cranlto Monuappeared In the public eye more thari Ducks one occasion. At proont he has holy '.. ..."...C"i-2.tq7ments, Hldus In ed the rogular democrat!? ticket and ...16 to 4te My new fall and winter samples aro Markers nnd l'oiu .Cemetery works,Lnw Feathers ..' for the Ma Vases uinl Hetteus. OlUce and Tennossuo and Is aoTo roady for yodr Inspection. Tlioy Kinney, Ky. Meal, Flour, Ship Stuff and Chick- now tne success of the fusion ticket. Canon's ltestaurnnt Ijtncaster, Htreet drove out tho bout on the market. 1 en Feed for sa(e or In exchange for (comprise Mr. Gaines and Mr. JUlm Htanford. K. CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE! Meals sened at all hours up to UiOO p. m. ran suit nny ono as to prico ho has to the cemetery in Mr. Balle Hills Produce. n for n good quick llestplucelu his clotheB mado to order- A suit automobile, as Mr. Gaines desired to Phone 20. meal. I can furnish tho puullowlth (lie best, as mado to your measure Is preferable look at soma old gravestones, bearing as the freshest ol cut flowers, plants ot Hooking to suit our customers ouripeclslty ell To have all kinds, bulbs, potted Oowers, on short to-- ready mado clotlios. Hplendld new line of fanoy the name of Ualnes. Ho spent some . Also muke a specially of wreaths loog doesn't cost notice. funeral purposes. them mado to measure for lor Groceries. time In tho county clerk's office New Llverv. 1 hare alt In connection with any moro than ready aada when kinds. of yegetables onthe aboye, reasonable Hot Coffee, Handwlches, plesXIIutter milk lug up laud titles. hand at Depot Street, i trloet. OIiniBTMANQllKKNHOCHKH, tx quality and tu is .otflr-and sweet milk, etc., at all times. Undertaker :and Em Phone 06, KOllUUUAHD, I'HOK. A valuable collie dog was stolen In and let m uii n- -r STANFORD, - KY- V. A. CARSON Manferd.lCy, DanProps STANFORD, KENTUCKY. froni Attorney W. H. Roberts, of rracucu Tallor.5 XL U liLi.t?. u Home 'Phone' 35 ville this week and he offers a reward Office 'Phone 17 of 125 for his return. Fostor-MIIburn, Rut It won't cure You must reach tho root of It the kidneys. DonnV kidney pills go right nt It; Reach the cause relievo the pain. They cure too so Stanford people ny Capt Thomas Rlrtmrds, V. Mnlr. St Stanford, Ky., snvs- - ".Many years ago my kidneys began to trouble buck grew so lame that I could not stoop and I slept poorly at niR Sometimes an nlmost complete retention of tho kidney secretions existed, then again I had n frequent desire to pass them. When the secretions were voided, a burning pain was In evidence. I finally had the good fortuno to learn of Doan's Kldney'Pllls am commenced their use. This remedy gave me great relief and In view of experience, I consider It the best pre paration of Its kind I have ever taken, Doan's Kidney I have commended Pills to scores of people and overyonT has reported that good resuts have followed their use." eor sale by all dealers. lrlce 60c. Co, Rulfalo, N. Y., sole agents for the United States. Remember tho name Donn's and tako no other. -- UMVtt MEASURE PROMPT PAYMENT. of nil losses Is n feature of the fire Insurance companies wo represent. Have us Issue you n policy so that In case fire does com0 you will be Insured In n company that makes prompt and liberal settlements. Our the man who is HARD to FIT or HARD to PLEASE. To We Can Pit You CLOTHES And please you. We guarantee a fit in every detail and The QUAL. ITY and STYLE and individuality : of our Are Sure To Please You. Built to you own notion, made to YOUR OWN MEASURE, conforming to YOUR OWN SHAPE, you are bound to be satisfied. We Build You A Suit At Any Price From $15 To $50. 2 i g ! H. J. McRoberts. 2 d 'M" m 3S33Q30333332S3JS3S Ice Cream Soda Water 03 Itji 82 53 82 Phosphates & Grape Juice H. B. Northcott. And a Large List ofGenuine Thirst Quenchers At PENNY'S DRUG STORE, level-heade- d YOU CAN BUY Your coal cheaper time in the year. iiUiih tirti.r flton omr maBEBEBEBBBBEEEER c 10-ll- c (fflm&mwttm& TT-'- ,L.Beazley&Co.t w. a.tribble. j-- c d Let us fill your bins with our FOX RIDGE COAL at 13 cts per bushel. Clean Coal; No Slack. CONCRETING tlr.t-cuis- llo Phone 11. PHILLIPS BROS., When J. C. McClary, Harry Jacobs, ;......;. Fall"nWinter c Hungry n - B. CARTER, timer c J b imfsT'ir - FRIDAY, BKPTEMHKn 30th, 1910 vl THE STANFORD, KENT UCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. Public Sale WWWsWssW flLafllaLiLil Ti!sMMssssm 3. A JUDGE ON TOBACCO BEFORE CHURCH CLUB Frit -- Simple Aids Old Men Housework Drudgery SFSJ DHIPV Having decided to sell oiit I will on . At Louisvillo Justico O'Roar Makes Striking Talk On Burloy Pool. Tuesday, October tltH, 1910 offer for Rale, my farm containing 233 ncrcs with nit necessary Improvements, This farm Is located two mll'is south of iJtncnater on Crab Orchard plko, It being tho homo part of my late father, David Thompson, snld to he ono of the best farms In Central Kentucky Justice E. C. O'llear of the Kentucky court of appeals took "Tbo Tobacco Situation" a the subject for a trlktoic addrsss before the Men'a Club of the Creicent Hill t'rcsby. terlan church la Ioulsllle, The serl out llcht In which he renards tho organization of growers la shown In the declaration, "If tho farmo's aro not prosperous, there Is not a town In Kentucky except Iiulsvllli that A7B0DY BUILDER CELLS and TISSUES A POWERFUL 3TREN0TII rRODUC . V ; v could star on tho map longer than It would take the railroads. to move tbo cltlicns Away" Kentucky's Rich Monopoly. "Kentucky needs moro money," aid Judgo O'ltear, "end people are not going to Klre It to us. Wo have been Inviting foreign capital ever since I havo been big enough to read the newspapers, but It either has not received the Invitation or has boon busy elsawhrro, Kentucky produces 75 per cent of tho hurley tobacco of the world, and moro tobacco of all kinds than any equal territory. Tobacco grown elsewhere Is no mora Kentucky tobacco than bluo grass Is Kentucky bluegrass when grown In Missouri. Morses can bo raised wherever a man can, but there Is no thoroughbred like tho ono bred In old Kentucky. Ho there Is something In this domain, chosen by our forefathers for a homo, when they had the whole west to choose from, that la conducive to the production of tobacco. Practically we havo a monopoly of Ita production Efficacy of Organization. "There Is nothing In that muddy stream called the Ohio river that makes It natural for people living north of It to bo more auccossfut. And there Is no reason why Indiana and Illinois and Ohio should grow richer every year whllo Kalucky barely holds her own, unless It Is because they are given a protection that Kentucky Is not" Judge O'Kear declared that he felt It was permissible for any man Interested In establishing Kentucky whsre he was 69 years ago among her sis-ts- r states to concern himself with the great movement of organization which has the approval of tho legts lature, the press, the courts and the constitution, and Is similar to organisations which were approved by the predecessor of the present president of the Vnltod States. THE PINAL ANALYSIS. (Shelby Sentinel.) If the tobacco grower does not today poo! his 1)10 product there Is bat one reason for It. It csn be In a single word. It Is an ugly one too, and one that we bats to ntter or to gtv place to In our minds. Yet It Is tke only one that will stand tba toot of a diagnosis. Tkat word la selfishness. Now tkat we have spit It out, let thsra be noae to believe that The 8satlnal Is any the less sincere la Its friendship to the toktsco grower. It Is by Mason of our Intease kv for the fsraar and his tnterssts, which ars a part of our.own. that we have forced ourselves to this extreme statement. In the hop that the evil may be corrected and cured while there Is time. To repeat again, let the days for of the good profitless discussion things done by the pool be ended. patent The proof Is ten eaiuniant-anfor argument, The question, and the only one, that Is up to the farmer today Is, will you pool your crop? If you still Insist on argument and ansry discussion, let us add, tell your troubles to the marines, we'll none of them. Pool, pool, pool your crop. The crop of 1910. That's all. d TONIC FOR ISO RECONSTRUCTION THE BLOOD AND NERVOUS SYSTEM. A Pollle Purchsied Todiy Slsrts Yon Eight en lbs Rosd to llesllh. Guaranteed to Give Satls- iJ .1 taction or money neiunueu. K PENNY'S solo nv STORE. DHUO OTlCI5. APM.N'.STHAIOIIS All persons linvtiiK claims ngnlnBt the esinto of At. U. Sawtloy, deceased, will present tho snmu to tho undersigned, properly proon on or boforo tho 12th tiny ol October, 1910, nnd nil liorsons Indebted to said decedent, M. C Hnufluy will pleiuo settle soino promptlj. Ailmr of OIMIUSK K. STONK, M C. Snulley, Uccoased. 8 AVEDA 8 OLDIE R'8U F E Facing death from shot ni.il shell In the Civil War was moro agreeable to J A. Stone, of Kcnip Tex., tlinn facing It freun what doctors said was con "1 contracted a stubbtrn sumption. cold" he write, "that developed a cough, thnt stuck to n In spite of nil yearr My weight ran remedies for down to no pounds. Then I began to Dr. King New Discovery, which ii completely cured me I now weigh ITS pounds." For Coughs, Colds, n tSrlppe. Asthma, Hemorrhage, Hoarseness, Croup HoopInK Cough, and lung trouble, Kb supreme. r.O cents nnd SI (Iiiarnntecd by Trial bottle Iree. l'cnns Drug Store. vtlr "imccarydouul harm If not sold privately belore day of Jul and something mild will the work wild, I will sell C7 export cattle, Tl juit as well. good feeding cnttle, two extra com- in? ii?0i,i,Yro zperlmcn l?,ruh and pills and waters of bined geldings, f jenrs old; 1 ramlly kl"d. anl have become convinced horse, 7 years old. nil sound, two that they do only temporary Rood at belt . mares nnd colts; J yearling flHr; 18 then Iptf tl rlH.ii- -g hogs; 1 extrn milk cow; 2 calves; lot Vn'i?; ..1" Is Ment-tastln- adapted laxatlvo to the or feed; 2 buggies and harness; 1 new l.i.KY.. """ "l " u people, women ana children, and yet la effective enough for Walter A. Wood mowing machine - Wo f ciMi, ?.ny.,?,1)r- ,Y?,ur ?rufK,at-quarter has handled On land, TBHMS successfully for a century, will sell you a bottle fnr of a cents balance In one, two and three years or one nfty Posph1oii given n. test dollar. but If vnu wsnt to mike with C per cent of It before fpendlna any mony Janunry 1st, 1910. .yol"lnamr. T,1..,,tJ',r''M . ,0 Df- - Cabl-a.a, u yuu a sample TKHM8 on pcrsonnl property nmdo 7 Sale begins bottle freo of charge known on day or snle .remedy li rapidly dliptaHnu- - rll nt 10 A. M. forms of medication for fli- - enn of stoma, h, liver nnd BOOTH THOMPSON. troublefcvc" , families like Mr O F Wliner of Anyone desiring lo see this proper-tjRSr N. 'IL . anl Mr"- Carrie Culler's ol Damn street. call on me nnd I will be glad to J25 Dend ore now never w'.thoutSouth In ! Ind.. It show them. house They have tested It and If grand value to every member krow the of family. STUBBORN AS MULES Ir. Caldwell personally will be pteneed seem to balk without cause. Then in PlVA Villi nnv aciire for yourself or fam.lv pertnlnlne to Appetite thoro'B trouble I.oss of ...c or noweis absolutely . nr ehnrpn n .a.. Indigestion, Nervousness, Despond tree ..y,uui.ii, nrr letter and he In Hut such troubles Jor the free will reply to yousend detill. ency, Headache. sample slmplv your fli- - Imfnrn Dr. Klne'n New I.lfo Pills. name and address on n postal card or otherwise. For either request the doctor's Tho world's best stomach and liver address Is Dr. W II Ca1dwell,R.SooCald- remedy. So easy. 2Sc at Penny s .. uuiiuiag-- aioniiceuo, ill Drug Store. bowels to move promptly and regularly and In conieijuence many elderly men auf. All first-clas- s tobacco nnd homp ..LI1. on' '"m tho.baale touble. con- falling water nnd nil In belching, sour stomach, drowilnees land, grass Will nlso sell 03 acres adjoin 1. ;f ,u annoyances, it Is after nnt L"'tl.Kc?,,frjr '"keep the bowels open ing farm. This has two Rinnu to tone dlseitlve muecles so tm It, extrn good set of grnas and well S;..'.?.1 t.hcm ,ltheagain do their work A violent cathartic or purga- watered Th ait(lrfn jrfian a frm activity of both body and mind to the quiet of later years causes the human system to undergo many changes, chief of which is in the organs. It becomes harder and harder to get the ,. Housework Is drudgery for the weslcVomsh. She bninh-duiti and scrubs, or Is on her feel alj 4y attending to the many details of the household, her fk aching, her temples throbbing, nerve quivering mrder the stress of psln, ponibly dlaay feelings. Sometimes' rest In bed U not refreshing, became the poor tired nerves do not permit of relrethlng sleep. The reel need of weak, nervous women It tatiified by Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. e, It Makes Weak Women Strong and Sick Women Well. nvrr """ J.!1 hit Ingredients on the Do not let any unscrupulous druggist persuade you that his substitute ol unknown composition is " jntt at fnoj" In order that he may mako a bigger profit. Just smile and sliske vour head I Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cures liver lilt. ftottle-wrappe- r. D.r This ' Prescription" remortt of women' a wcakntnaen, heal the csnio mallon and ulceration, ana curesIntlanr thotei vreahnemtem to peculiar to women. It tranqnlllieam the nerve, encourages the appetite and Induces restful sleep. ?''erce ' Perfectly willing to let every one know what Favorite Prescription" contains, a complete list ol c.- -v fi y - one-hal- '"h ..P' BLaV' fLssssMsm wssssssw&ussm lo-e- J - ...i. ... r.n. .... mWn "imssmtssssmt 9i-sW'- 'VmUKJsmssm smmssWXBSsmT... ,. l...L?!ffii!u3j-aE- J , Public Sale and Renting I Appalachian Exposition, Greatest Ever Held In SOME REASONS WHY If you study the "Lines" and the "Set" of the Diamond Edge Hatchet the reason for their universal favor becomes evident. TIo matter what style, whether shingling, lathing, claw, hall or any ol the score of styles, every one seems to be finished best. The infinite care in the selecting nnd setting of the handle is remarked by all men who know. llning decided to give up farming will sell to the highest bidder on Thursday Oct. 6th, 1910 The fallowing personal property: implements All kinds of fanning such as wagons, niki-s- , mowers etc. work horses. 1 family mare, Two large gentle. 1 brood mare by Bnoch Arden, mare by tinlton. 1 old lllly by Dignity Dare, U cattle 2S heep 3 goods Jennets, 1 Jack roll extra good, C mules one 2 yearlings. Also thr"0 lot or corn, rodder, etc, surroy, buggy, THE BEST OFFER EVER MADE burklioard, harness and milk cow,!. IlKNTINO At the same time 1 wll' rent my farm ot ISO acres mile west one full year, regu ot Moreland. It ling nil necessary Im Home and farm 50: provements, fi or six acres for tobaclar price. Uncle Remus Home Magazine, regu co, 27 nens for corn, (IS acres for small grain, remainder In grass. J P $1.00 lar price. Terms given Chandler, Auctioneer. Good Housekeeper full year, regu on day of sale. J. J. SPBAItS, More-lanKy 1.50 lar price Evening Post, dally, 3 mon'hs, A RELIABLE MEDICINE NOT A $1.25 NARCOTIC The Interior Journal your home Mrs. F. Marti, St. Joe, Mich., says $1.00 paper full year, Foley's Honey and Tar saved her litHere you have a value of $5.25 tle boy's life. She writes: "Our lit. All for $2.00 for a ahort time only. tle boy contracted a bronchial troumearclne did Send or bring your order In at once ble nnft as the Idostor's him Foley's gave not cure him, tc The Interior Journal, Stanford. Honey and Tar In which 1 have great Ky.. This off'r Is not good where the Jnlth. It cured tho cough as well as the choking and gagging spells, and Evening Pott has an agent he got well In short time Foley's Honey and Tar has many times sa-eus much trouble and wo are never DANDRUFF AND ITCHING SCALP without It In tho house." Shugars and Tanner YIELD TO THIS TREATMENT 1 The South. At Knoxville, Tenn., SEPTEMBER 12, TO OCTOBER 12. Dmo,13 Edge isji Qujiuiy'Pledge " for sale by george ri. farris, stanford, ky. Mngnlflcent and mammoth buildings llore to see and nmusc than ever olfered nt n Southern exposition. 110,000 in purses for running and J. H. K E N N E D Y, RICHMOND, Will be Glad to KENTUCKY d, Te trotting races. $10,000 In aerial exploitation, by ma chines of Wright Brothers, Stroebel and other aeranauts. "See the air Ships." 25,000 In matchless fire works grand battle of the clouds and Pain's "Fall of Pompeii." Mulball'8 famous wild west and other shows ot note. Oread'st bands In all America. 2Z Serve any of his Lincoln County Friends and quaintances. REPRESENTING Ac- PETER BURGHARD, OF LOUISVILLE, AT WILL BE GLAD TO EXHIBIT PRICES. DESIGNS OF MONUMENTS REASONABLE ALL WORK GUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION ADMISSION TO GROUNDS 50 CENTS IN DAY. d AFTER 25 CENTS. 6 P. M., ZU Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford, Kentucky. CAPITAL SURPLUS RESOURCES S. H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT' J. B. PAXTON, Jfc . j A WARNING TO "INDEPENDENTS." experiment trying to drlv the dandruff germ from underneath the skin with greasy lotions or fancy hair dressings when Penney'e Drug store will guarantee ZK.MO and ZKMO oap to entirely rid the scalp of the germ life that causes the trouble. ZBMO and ZKMO SOAP can bo In any city or town in America an.' are recognized the bent vni most economical treatment fot all affections of the f kin or scalp whether on Infant or grown person. Ono shampoo with ZBMO SOAP nnd application of ZBMO will stop Krhlng nnd cleanse tho scalp of dandruff and scurf. Wo Invito you to try ZBMO and ZBMO SOAP and If not entirely satis fled wo ylll refuti'd your money. Pen ny"a Drug 'Store. Why SAFE MEDICINE FOR CHILDREN. Remember These 8peclal Dates. Sept. 12-Live stock and races.. Night horse show. .. .Sept. 13, 11, 15. Sept. 22, 23, 21. Uench Show Pigeon and pet stock show 1 ,.: , W. M. BRIGHT. CASHIER, $ 50.000.00 S EO.00O.OO $340,000.00 BA8" B&&ttW8TER' DIREOTORSt HAYS FOSTER. CLERK. J - 3TTHBb1 I'll' Poultry show Wright Brother's airship Sept. 27 Oct. I Oct. W. O. Walker, Stanford; S. H. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter.Stanford John B. Foster, Stanford; W. H. Shanks, Stanford; T. C. Ran- days Sept. 22-2- (Cynthlana Ijog Cabin.) The Issues are made up and the Intelligent farmer can not fall lo realize that he Is In the most serious He position he has ever occupied. can pool his crop and thereby help Insure a good market for years to come, or he can sell out to the trust and help kill tho goose that lays the golden egg! V Foley's Hone?" and Tar Is safe and ottecyvb medicjno ' for "cntidren lor children ns It docs not contain opiates or harmful drugs. (Jet only the genuine Foley's Honey nnd Tnr In thn Sluig.irs and yellow package Every Stroeble's dirigible baloon. Sept 12, Oct. 12 day Pain's fire works every etenlug Sept 12. Oct. 12. Sept. Cattle of the clouds Sept. 26, Oct.l. Fall of Porapetl STANFORD, KENTUCKY STIRRING TIMES, Special rates every day, and re- ORGANIZED IN J 882. we aro having In tho building line. markably low railroad rates to Knox-Wil- e CAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. We carry n full line, ot lime, plaster, and return on Tuesday and SURPLUS EARNED, $22,000. icment nnd everything else needed Thursday as follows: HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS, $216300 for building, Eer thing purchased Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety here will bo fotind of tho best quali Stanford Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers. We Solicit Your Account. ,. . . . S3.50 ty nnd the best for Intended purposes. Moreland Z3.70 f3.7( OFFICERS. DIRECTORS. We w III save you trouble and unnects Junction City F. Rcid, tnry expense by sending to us for an H. Baughman, I. S. Hocker, President; M D. Elmore. So: This Great Exposition. J. M. Pettus, estimate. S. T. Harris, F Cummins, H. C. Baughman, II. C. Baughman, Cashier. S. T. Harris, no. C. Robinson, President. J. A ALLEN, Stanford, Ky. W. J. OLIVER, V. W. Saunders, Ind. Bookkeeper F.. C Walton, J. S, Hocker. J. It. Harris, Bookkeeper W n Murphy 19-2- kin, Lancaster; J. B. Pax ton, Stanford; W. H. Traylor, Gilberts Creek; R. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. H. Cummioa, Preachersville; Lilburn Goocb, Gilberts Creek. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, t Thcro are thousands of who think they can sell out affect the general result who aro willing to take tbo on some ono else keeping and not farmers firmers chancea up the HANNA'S GREEN SEAL "THE MADE TO WEAR PAINT" NOTHING IN IT but what should be there. NOTHING LACKING that will improve it. RURAL TELEPHONES. Make your home as modern for your family as a ice, MR. FARMER: residence, aud place yourself in a position to get tho latest market quotations at any time. This can be accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with the benefits received. Call or address our nearest office or write direct to teadquarters, Nashville, Tenn., for iuformationrcgarding our special "Far niers' Lino" rate. If you aro not at preseat enjoyine telephone service, we can immediately interest you. Our lines cover the States of Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, .Louisiana anil the southern portion of Indiana and EAST TENNESSEE TEL. A TEL. CO. Illinois. (IKCORrORATKDt market. It remains to be seen whether the majority of farmers will do their duty to themselves and their neighbors, or will bold out and let the pool go to ruin. We have no worda of abuse forth i ' Independent, and we believe w have never applied the word "dumper" to But we want to warn the outalders. that they are these Independents joins all In their power to ruin the tobacco market for years to come and that they will succeed In doing It unless they quickly Join the pool In large numbers! Each Independent can do mors than any old pooler because every time an Independent Joins he la followed by four or five old poolers who have been "waiting on the Independents." We want to urge the Independents to quickly Join their neighbors and Insure the success of the pool. A few more weeks and It Bay be everlastingly too latel Possesses Every Essential Quality Pigments scientifically combined, and finely ground in Pure Linseed Oil. Not a Little Lead and a Lot of Zinc, but a LOT OF LEAD and a LITTLE ZING. Costs more to make, but the people want it. TOR ALC BY Cook Farms' First Annnal Sale Oruatest event ot the colts and miles, ready. 50 ! FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30th kind ever held In Kentucky, DO saddle mare. botc Jennets aud colts. All registered. In Catalogues Kentucky. L. L. SANDERS, G. B. Crab Orchard, and Every one of these Jennets should be kept . PRUITT, Moreland, J. F. COQK & CO., Lexington, Ky. jiiwmw M' h , i I! . i J i the realisation came upon hr, sh flueg herself down on th grassy crest rony. and gave way to voicele Sometimes there is nothing so terrible, ahe realised, as prayer granted, as desire accomplished, as iadrtak-Inbrought to conclusion. The of success was upon her In that hour. Her ruse bad worked. Her Continued from last Friday object had been attained, yet the ftHRKrU achievement gave her no pleasure. JmtUi tira1!ks Island where taey Iter own acta had parted her Irrev- had ohtnoed upon to much that was ocably forever from the world and no much that was romantic; the one man tu It who was the world aodwhere they had aeen to great a for her, He was gone. She who had tragedy of misfortune and despair. made him had sent him forth among Ilolow in the cnbln, under the care his fellows. She had sacrificed herof the surgeon and chaplain, lay the self, burled herself alive for him. She felt as a mother might who experii islander in the frightful throes of a d ences birth pangs and knows that racking fever of tho brain. He of the woman and knew not with every throb of tearing anguish where he was or whither he was being her own life ebbs away, passes Into tho new life which she ushers Into the world and gives to men. " CHAPTER XXI. She had long hours for thought In those two days in that cave whose "The Resurrection. mouth tho waters hid. She had TTno' little island lay quiet and still schooled herself to face light and life under the rising sun. No footfall without him when she emerged from spressed its bosky glades, beneath the her cunning hiding plnco. She had .. ataulewsoif Its spreading palms, no hu--- . waited the long period In order to man : being sought shelter from the mako absolutely certain that they eua',i fierce rays, no words wcro would be gone. And yet, despite herr ocbood back from Its Jutting crags, no self, a little gleam of hope, a bare posfigures flashed across Its shining sibility that he might bo tbero still, ,' J3va.it. Soundless It lay save for tb had lingered In hex soul and leavened cryvofithe bird and tho rustle of the the awfulness of her grief. Now It was gone. It had sunk beneath tho . Kcntlewind across Its hills. For well-- . nigh '.SO vveara It had not been so horizon even as the ships had disappeared. She had been bitter against Two days past it had re--.. abandoned. aounded-Kttthe cries of men scaling him. Her soul had revolted becauso ho had failed. She had told herself .r ltsibelghtn, crashing through Its cop-- c pices, calling a name, beseeching an that ho was not worthy of her, Sbo -. Two days before great ships forgot these things In that profound .- answer. had, drifted idly under Its lee. It bad and desolate moment. She knew only ' vJatea tho reenter and focus of great that she loved him. When ahe could think of other things than he, the . .event. Now It lay desolate, alone. mere bodily presenco tt the man, the cOn that jnornlng tho tide which had look of him, the sound of his voice, m drawn, iiwnr from it through the long the pressure of his lips, the clasp of t night had turned ofand was coming his arms, she began to realize that as the water spent ho grew older, unless sho was bo abt.back. .The force ltsilf upon the barrier. Within tho solutely mistaken In him as to make JaOon,it:lay placid, rising gently Inch alt estimate of him mockery, he would overflow. A watcher, realize tho falsity of bis view, the lit1 byiinch 7 bad there ;been one, would have seen tleness of his action, and If ho were In the still water of the la-- ; truth the man whom she could rightly s goonybroken by a ripple, a keen eye love, his years would be one long res .znigbtrhare noticed at the base of the gret that ho bad failed. What would cUnV.where It ran sheer down Into the happen when ho realized that, when U.aUie, a dark object moving beneath the he came to tho knowledge that she "The eye could scarcely havo was Indeed all that she had seemed vhecome aware of Its presence before and that he had been nothing that he parted. A little splash and should? She knew, as she had writtbx, waters bead rose dark crowned, white faced. ten, that the man would never, could --jThere was a sldewlse wave and shake forget her; wherever he . rofcthchoad and a pair of eyes opened. never, and whatever thatdid, she would he went -iThe '.blue of tho water was lightened be present with him; that she had ttby flashes of white arms. As the stamped herself too Indelibly upon his Jtiodr rose higher under the Impetus of heart for any attrition with humanity, yet graceful, It however close and persistent, to erase (strokes, vigorous could 'ie seen that It was that of a the Image. He would come back per- i.lie TUB STAFFORD, XENT TJCKV INTERIOR JOURMAII mtDAY, SWTJWMR 30U, 1810 Island Of Iteiicrotioii g . bab-Yble- . he could do. her eyes tell upon the shea of the signal ire. She CQBlJW plated It m the specter ot some Iuhdil woman whos body had been burned upon such an affair might look7 upoa her pyre, It was she who had lighted tho beacon. Her hand had called the world to her side. She thought how he had begged her not to do so, how ho had declared himself content and happy to live with her alone the world forgetting, by tho world forgot! For the first tlmo she broke down completely. Sho buried her faco In hor hands, her body reeled and shook with sobs, the tears trickled through her fingers. She must make another beacon, she thought. And then It camo to her that they had taken away the flint and steel. She had no means of lighting It other That realization devoloped thoughts. Her Dlblo was gone; hor clothes were gone; her toilet articles, her scissors, her watch, her knife. They hod taken everything. They had left her nothing, absolutely nothing. What did it matter? Sho could dress herself with fern leaves and make shifts to bind them about her with cords that sho could plait of tho grass which should tear with her sweet strong hands. And what did It matter what sho wore? Thero was no ono thero to sec. Hut for the long habit of modesty, she would havo torn away and thrown nstdo the mako-shlftthat fell from her shoulders. s giving force and power to her voice M alls taker sU,the(man. "No," returned the1 woman, "neither will I condemn him for that one mistake." "But he's gone, I tell you." "And he will como back, I know." "And you condemn me for that one mtar. "He thinks you dead." "So did you." "Hut I camo back, not he." "You were your own master," said the woman swiftly. "You could go where you pleased. He was subject to tho decision of others. I trust him Yet you may cough tomorrowl Better be prepared for when it comes. Ask your doctor about keeping Aycfs Cherry Pectoral In the house. Then when the hard cold or cough first appears you have a doctor's medicine at hand. Your doctor's approval of its use will certainly He knows. set all doubt at rest. Do as he says. No alcohol in this cough medicine. J. c. Aw Co.. Lowell. Mats. Not Coughing Today?it Robust health It a great safeguard attaint! attacks of throat and lung troubles, till constipation will destroy the best of health. Ask your doctor about Aytr't rills. still." CHAPTER XXII. -- Unavailing Appeal. Sho slept Into tho next morning. In tho first place being upon the western sldo of the Island, thero was no flooding burst of sunlight through the open door to disturb her quiet slumber. In tho second place sho was so worn out and exhausted, she had had so little . e . sleep In the past three days that Imperative nature forced her Into rest. Sho might have slept longer Indeed, but that sho was awakened by a great cry, a human voice calling her name. She opened her eyes nnd saw within the dimness of the cave a human figure, vaguely white In the darkness. For one fleeting Instant she Imagined that It might be he. but that hope was dispelled as quickly as It had been born. She recognized the voice, it was Langford'8. -- "Kate," he said approaching her more nearly and bending over her, "are you alive then?" He reached down and touched her hand where it lay across the fern leaves on her breast His touch summoned her bewildered faculties to action. Brushing his hand asldo, she sat up. Is I," she said. "You are alive and well?" "Yes," she answered, "Thank God!" cried the man. "We thought you dead. We searched the Island. Where bad you hidden? Why have you done It?" She rose slowly to her feet and confronted him. "You!" she said, Utterly. "Why have you come back?" V "I don't know." answered Langford. "I can't tetl what moved me. I was here on the Island with the others. I searched with the rest I know that no .foot of it was left unvlslted. Every crag and cranny, every thicket and coppice, every tree, every cave and rift In the rocks was examined over and over again. We knew that you were gone and yet I could not believe It. Yesterday afternoon I parted from .the cruiser. I did not bear away for 'this Island until It was too dark and they were too far away to see what I would be about, and then I came back here at futt speea." "Why did you come?" "I don't know. I was not satisfied. It seemed to me that I must come back and search again. I could not believe It possible that you were dead, really dead. Something In my heart, at any rate, brought me back once more to see the place where you had lived It no more than that We made the Island early In the morning. The yacht lies yonder, I came ashore a moment since and some kind Providence led me first ot all to this spot. I entered the cav?. I saw you lying there In the coot darkness. I thought you dead at first. Then I cried to you and you moved. And then I touched your hand. O Kate, thank God I have found you!" "Where Is he!" said the woman. "Why didn't he come back?" It was a crue thing to say, but Bhe could no more have helped It than she could have helped her breathing. Not to have said It would have killed her, for If Langford's love could turn him back, what should be said then ot Langford was pale and Charnock's. He, too, had suffered. haggard. He was paying for his sins. He was ox platlns them and feeling It, although the expiation was not helping her. "What of himr she asked Insist- woman. .fix . t i T T OYlth ase and grace the figure awuiu aknj the base of the cliff until 'It was Joined by a Jutting spit of sand widened and widened Into a j. great siip of beach that ran around Upon this sand presently . tfaerisland. .the 'Shallowing of the water gave the Progress ceased. 9 swimmer. a foothold. 5Vi.th--ye- s haggard, yet keenly alert, v.the sen, he shore, the beach, the ..dtff8, the .trees were eagerly searched. ""The long glances revealed nothing. H-Ththo head was turned and the ear tllstenod tor sounds and heard nothing. "The "lqdk of apprehension faded Into .fOae of dull relief .' .Walking now, the woman In the .. - water made her way toward the sand. ' 'tVflry white she gleamed In the full - ffiaim light streaming from the risen 'sun. against the background of the bdarkitolack rock. The water dripping ..from iher exquisitely graceful limbs, she "looked a very nymph of the sea as iflhijJtPiiped out at last above the high xtidti line and stood poised as It for ; flight upon tho bard and solid shore. -Afln-.aSie threw about her that quick, i. ajjprehensire look. Again she paused -to listen. Reassured In that she beard &ad,aaw nothing but the bird's song, . vthepind'i sigh, the wave's splash, she toward a blacker opening , din' the dark rock. She gleamed whiter a Hi; fa the entrance for a moment ,and then disappeared. She came forth tpraaeutlr till unclothed, a look .disappointment on her face. She .had many things to do, .much . utb occiipy'her mind, 'but the first duty elhat lay to her band and the first in- jtinol which she followed was that iher nakedness should be covered. Still warily watchful, still keenly still fearful apparently of Inter-- r or observation, she ran across beach, her movement as free, as -- graceful, as rapid as she had been r ..Atalauta herself, and disappeared the trees. The whirr of birds disturbed might have marked her pass- eo haps. "O "It God!" she knelt down and stretched out her arms, "bring blm back," she prayed a few short, broken words, lacking the eloquence of long and studied petition, the appeal of the heart every throb of which Is a prayer '.'bring him back to mot"' She thought that she would have had him back on any terms. She said that she had been mad, a fool, not to have taken him, not to have, gone to htm, not to have married him In any way, with any conditions, under any circumstances. All her thoughts were merged In one great passionate longing to be with blm. "And you don't trust me?" "I trust you enough, but I don't lovo you." "O Knte, think! Thero must bo something In whnt I feel for you to move you. I did not know what It was. I did not reallzo It. I came back In tho first place ns much because I had been a blackguard and a coward and wanted to set myself right In your eyes as because I cared for you, but every hour of search made me know my own heart, and since I havo seen you, since I see you now, there Is nothing I would not do for you. Thero Isn't any expiation or amendment or anything now, but because I am n man, and love you, I want you, I want to mako you happy And I am the one man In the world that ought to want you and want to make you happy It Is for that I have coma back to you." "How terrible are tho arrangements "I of blind fate," said the woman. You must believe what you say. awaken my pity, my tenderness, my consideration, but these nro all. Ho Is not by to hear and therefore I will say, for you deserve the truth, that Just as you say you love me, nay, then. Just as you do and moru a thousand times, I love that man. It would be a crime, n sin. a bodily profanation, a mental and spiritual degradation to wblch the other" ho knew to what she alluded as she paused "were nothing. It I should come to you with my whol heart and soul given to the man," she threw her hand out In a great sweeping gesture, "yonder out at sea." "Hut he doesn't love you." "O yes, he does. Nat as I would be loved, I admit, not as, please God, I shall be loved by him. He doesn't know; he doesn't understand. Wisdom will come to him and he will como back." "It might be so," said tho man. "I Uut ho believes you came back. dead." "And didn't you when you searched for me during those three years?" "No." answered Langford, "I had a confident hope that somewhere you were alive." "And wilt he not have that hope, A10DNE1N OF : J. II. BAUGllflAX'S Sold out to do more business Horse and mule exchange at his home just sold in Stanford, Ky. and not to quit business. and have Just returned with S car loads of mares and geldings of all sizes 1 to 5 years old, that will weigh from Shetland ponies to half draft mares, t,20O to 1,400 when matured, Just the kind to raise high priced mules this I know from actual experience. tot-DRAFT FILLIE3. 15 YEARLING to 12 DRAFT MARES. . J 20 to 12 DRAFT MARES. 40 3 to 5 YEAR-OLDRAFT GELDINGS. to 10 3 to 4 YEAR-OL10 GENERAL PURPOSE GELDINGS. 20 GENERAL PURPOSE MARES. 30 BRANDED PONIES and several Shetland ponies 1 will cloL. out or put Into winter quarters all unsold. Thwo horses s of nnd mares wore bought In Illinois, Missouri nnd Montana nnd thorn nro branded but wcro ralred under fence and will handle kind and gentlo. PRICES FROM $15 to 2W. I will close ot or put Inui winter qunrtors nil unsold by Nov. 16, proraratory to going to Atlanta to engage In tho mule business until April 15, 1911. Will tl;'n return nnd prepare for mr annual salo of Mules nnd llroodmares ' t a surplus or to bo held next September. As I only bought thene to grass will exchange any ot them for any other stock to trrnso, especially and mules In thu market for high class ir.ules and cattle. Am nlw-J. H, BAUGHMAN, cattle. Stanford. Ky. Phones 46 and 116, 4 4 -1 2 two-thirds Lexington Trots OCT. STAKES too?" "I cannot believe It' There was a long, frightful pause. The woman sighed 'deeply. "It may be as yon say. It may be that we are separated forever. It may be that I shall never took upon htm again, nor he upon me, but that makes 1 do not love you. I no difference. cannot love you. It ha Is dead, I shall lore his memory until I meet him. If so be I may be found worthy ot that and I will keep myself for bios. No other man shall have what belongs to- him." 4H TO 14 PURSES -- GREATEST IN THE WORLD! ' 'i ijptru-HwHt- ly tf un-de- i v - i i V TTT'elfid",?"""M '"' " cage. After some time sne appeared on tine, top of the high bare bill that crowned the Island. She had Impro- varlsed 'for herself a covering out of lilhreo or four, great fern leaves, soft and pliable, 'Which sho fastened with ftalm fibers ffoat shoulder to knee on , either side, hor bare shoulders rising iXiHitn tho rl?b greenness like white .imrolta from Its verdant calyx. She tWent more lissuredly, now, party be- cauee of the fact that she was clothed cand partly because her first rapid sur- ey of the horizon revealed the fact tthat the shirs were gone. She was -- . nd vat when f -, -- lOYV' GOOD. fyEW8 8PREADS ' f .b "I am 70 years old and travel most i'tbt the time," writes II, F. Tolson, of 'r jUlUabeitown. Ky. "Everywhere I jgo 1 recommend Klectrlc Ultters, I owe my excellent health and They effect a euro t,o then). tevery tlmo." They never fall to tono the kidneys . ..tftwi. stomach, regulate Ani bowels, stlmulute tho liver, invigorate tho nerves, and purlfv tnu .utrength, vigor and health that's a Only 60c. Try them. ,dally Joy. .Satisfaction U positively guaranteed Ay Penny's Drug Store. i For the first time in her Ufa the pangs of Jealousy tore her breast. She thought of him In the world with other men, with other women, young, handsome, a perfect godlike form and face of man, rich, the wildest romance with Its charm and mystery to attract His story could not be hid, neither could hers. The man would be courted, sought after, made much over, beloved. It would be enough to turn the head of a saint How would he stand of her It! Would the recollection make him strong? Would that God In whom he and she both had trusted until the crisis came, lead him In the straight path? Would her purity, her sweetness stop! would he think her Not thus dowered and possessed now, certainly, but every hour that took him farther from her would add to his kaowledge and would tell him the truth and theso would help him. ' Another thought came Into her mind. His story would bo known and hers as well. The world was filled with adventurous men. Would not some of them come In sarch. cf her Island? The officers of those two ships could determine accurately the situaIt would be as tion of that Island. easy for a navigator to And It as for a denizen of a city to go to any given street corner. People would come back to that Island, not to seek her, for the world would believe her dead, but simply to see the place. Idle yachtsmen might find that an object for long cruising and she would have to hide and hide. Hut would she bide? Would she go back to that world? Nover, she said, unless be came to fetch her. And then her thoughts turned again. Why bad he gone way? Had she been he they could as soon have, up rooted the Island Itself as torn her from It under similar clrcums ances. ' Had he been gone, she would have lingered and died on the spots that were sacred where he had walked. It she had known that at that momeaCt ber lover lay fighting for life and re a-son In the cabin of the swift moving snip, sne wouia nave unqemoou oeu , ter his absence. That ha should be stricken never occurred to her. She pictured htm, not happy away from her, overwhelmed by her death ' surely, saddened beyond present com fort It must be, yet so occupied that Insensibly his grief would be lightened by the only thing after all that makes life bearable In certain conWork! tingencies, and that Is work. She, too, bad work to do. Sh'e rose to her feet doggedly as she thought of that and considered what trance ot the cave, s which was a one, as they spoke. The beauty of the woman In that soft light was Intense tbatit cast '? spell. He beard'.the over Langford a sound ot her voice, but did not hjed what she stld. Suddenly hecaugblher In his arms. jate,"'n cjtediira are alone here amf ljnvsmaster. That U'niy" ship spa-clou- They had stepped nearer the $85,000 -- en- i t Tuesday, Oct 4 - Tuesday, ,0cL 4 Wednesday, Oct 5 Wednesday, (Oct 5 Great 2:05 Trot - -Thursday; Oct 6 $5,000 Transylvania .-Friday, Oct 7 Great 2:02 Pace $ 1 0,000 Championship Stake, Monday, Oct 1 0 3,000 Cup Stake - - - Monday, Oct 10 Thirty Other Sensational Races. $21,000 Futurity 3,000 Tennewee 5,000 Futurity Daily Concerts, . J V J ,l One Fare on Railroads. Ii you have anything to cell r in tho STOCK to (fitmlnv. 111 miisiri "Kate!" Said the Man, Impulslvsly. ently "What matters about him?" he said bitterly? J'He Had his, chance. Jfe failed to. grasp It He's gone. ' ' nock haa- D8m carrlea 8.var a i9Bie. less log. bereft, of power to think or speak, or move, or feet, by the shock of her departure. "Onre," said the woman, "you had . ..hannA In tnA nf Hint v.rv der and faed t0 (t and we Mpiratwl .. Ba(1 .., know thgt( ,he man- Y , rm,Ue lhat noWi and , came back , ,laye con)B back ,0 tttke mjr chancs ' -- "And so he may come back," said tho woman. "You sank lower than he." "And I rose higher tho other day upon the sand." "You did, but not high enough. I believe In blm. He will realize It, too," she wint on, all the confidence of her tapes springing into life again and ,in" yonder. I can have you bound band and foot and take you aboard of her. I will say that you are mad, that f am PUBLIC SALE. taking ygu back to the United States to your friends, You must come back I laving decided to quit farming, 1 with me. I can't let you go." quiet''Valentine," said the womsu, will oner for sale at my homo two ly, "if you do not Instantly release yiilfcs from Stanford on tho Huston-vili- e mej I wilt kill you where you stand. pike on P. Hold's farm, known as Xou don't realize how strong I am, ' th Will Haya placo on Saturday, Oct ' ' Soef"' g With a quick, sudden movement she 1st, 1910, ,ny personal property, ot stock, farming Implements, caught bis arms with ber free 'bands and literally tore them apart To her two brood mares, one pair lithe and .vigorous body she added horses, one horse, two 2 spirit Qd' determination which made year-oltllilea, four milk cows, two her Indeed more than a match for the with calves, one Jersey heifer, ono slender, somewhat broken man before mare mules, '.'3 good pulr i year-olher. good hogs, 30 cattle, "You see," she cried. She stood be- yearling or tween him and the doorway, one hand farming Implements, consttlng outstretched, the fingers upen. "I wagons, plows, hanous, binder, mowcould kill you before you left this ers, rakes, ono lightning hay press, cave. You told me that you bad sent In good repair and other things too your men back to the ship and that you were atone upon the Island, and I numerous to mention. Sale beelns at 9 a. m. Terms made could hide where I hid before and they would And your doad body here known on day of sale. upon the sands. That would be all." At same time Mr F Held will dis"Kill me It you wish," said the man pose ot a number ot nlco young recklessly "I don't care. Perhaps horses. M L.MYKH8. that would be the better way," Col, J. P Chandler, Auct every day hi tho Hrint? on your tck. ltcet market iu " tho Btato with plenty ot of Louisville or Lexington ouliido h1 rml!water best covered pent., STANFORD, KY, We also do a general hitch and feed lusinciw, Ho Imvnnd Eel mt,li'iif in Tako Nunnellcy's New Stock Yards 1 oTfont NOTICE. In tho district court ot tho United States for me Eastern district of Kentucky, In tho matter ot Clarence J. Slpple, llaukrupt. Uy virtue of an order entered by J. .. Notice ot Salo on Dankruptcy. N. Saunder, referee In tho abovo atyieu case, i, as trusteo ot namo, win on Saturday tho S2nd ,dty or. October A. D., 1910, between thoT hours ot 10 o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock jf p. m. on tho promises bolng 62 acres of farm land, situated In Lincoln county, Kentucky, on tho waters otl Green river, adjoining the Dunham farm, nnd lying near the postottlco of Juut'o, Kentucky, expose to public J sale to thu highest and best bidder, I fir cash In baud, tho abovo described J tract or parcel or laud, together with nluetcen ucres of land adjoining same, now owned by Clarenco J. Slpple, tho bankrupt abovo named, and also J t Intorest In the growing crp upon tho said land. Given under my hand this tho 19th '' one-hal- (To lie Continued) day ot Algust, 1910. n. A. DYCHB, Trusteo. j t"V KUIPA), BKPTBMUKU HOth, 1910 THE STANFORD, KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. Zeigler's Ladies' Shoes Kid Patent Top, Low Heel at Kid Guess Who's Here? Zeigler's Ladies' Shoes Gun Metal Lace $2.50 , Patent Top Cupan Heel All Patent Lace Cudan Heel All Patent Cloth Top Button Cuban Heel $2.50 $3.00 $3.75 Been looking anxiously for them, and they are the time promised, but they look mighty good to they will lo you. They arc the perfection of shoe makiug, these The lasts arc very much changed, the vamps arc foot a decidedly better appearance. Come in anh put a pair on. It will take more man to take them off of you. later than us and we believe a little Cuban Heel Cun Metal Button . . JpOrr-J- W Zciglcr Shoes are. shorter, giving the . $35 . than one shoe sales All Patent Velvet Top Cuban Heel Gun Metal Button ipo.AO" $OJVWJ CubanHeel Zt SEVERANCE & SON, There U a tew line of ZSc hot special Taluet at Penny's Unit: Stanford, Kentucky. I flore. PERSONAL NOTES Mr. Thomas Urcer of Cincinnati ana Mrs. F. J. Urcer and beauUful llltlo daughter, I.llllo 11. of Perry vlllo were the guesta of Mrs. J. 11. dreor hint week. Mint Harel llaugh the llltlo daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dnur.h Is quite III. Mimes Ilallcy Calloway, of Philadelphia and Florence Shelby of Shelby City were guciU of Mrs. I'. M. on Wednesday. Mri. Mary Uarnctt, of Cae City Is the guest of her daughter Mri. J. 8. Illce. Mrs. U. K Ilrlght hni been quite dick but la Home better now. Mr. and Mri. Cummins have return ed from Islington where they -- pent apteral days. Dr. and Mm. J. K Ilrown and Mini Sue Woods spent Wedneiday In Lex- ington. Mri. Mason Ousley, or Mlddlcsboro, li the gin-i- t of Mm. J. H. 0lcy. Mrs. Sarah J. Hubbard, of In the guest of her sister Mia lllch-rnon- W. O. Mcllee. 5Can Murphy, who hag been holding n reonstblo place In tho engineering department on tho 1'auama Cana. la here on a visit to his par ent. Mr ana .Mrs. w. i xmirpuy Hcvcrly Ilout Is at homo from I.cils-vlllfor a short visit to hla parents, Mr. and Mrs II. F. Ilout. "Ilev" holds a responsible poslUon with the Sewer Commission ot Louisville. Their many friends hero will be Interested to know that Mr. nnd Mi. K. ('. Walton and family aro now located nt Orlando, Florida, hero Mr. Walton has purchased tho Star IlcporA cr, a dally paper. Kvoryono will wish him unbounded success In his venture. Into the dally field. Mr, II. C. Anderson and son, Silas, drove over In their Cadillac car to Lnulsrillo Saturday on business. Mrs. J. I. II. Coffey and little son, William 8bclby, are over from Frankfort, for a short lslt to tho home folks. Mr. B U. I.yle, of Ilrlston, Tenn, Is the guest of Mra. S. M. Owens near McKlnney. Mrs. F. M. Ware nnd Mra. S. J. Hubble have returned from a delightful trip to Colorado Spring. Col. Mra. Harry Jaroba and Utile daughter have been on the sick list at McKlnney. The ladles of the Daptlst church will have their exchange at tho post They will have for otlleo Saturday sslo candles and cakes, dressed fowls hna many other good things to eat. Hotter go, Mri. W F Dlshon and guest, Mist Kllllan, of Lexington, aro visiting friends In Knoxvlllo nnd will also vis it AUanta. Chattanooga nnd Vobllo. Dr. Ilertle II. Carpenter, or nttended the Stato Medical So ciety ht Lexington this weeK. o Wanted at once A Anna Hooch, of McKlnney", Is In Cincinnati to tako a wires years ply to Will Stone. nt tho city course In trained nursing Mis The tax books of Crub Orchard grad Constipation and" Indlgcatir.fr--- !! p ed school aro now ready and taxes twins. They kin peeple Inch' b5,E-sa-are due. Tho penalty will go on Nov. life away every day. HoUfakW Insuro your property In Kentucky's 1. Tho books will always be at tho Rocky Mountain Tea remove hospital. offlcc of tho Crab Orchyird Uanklng cause; drives the dlseaso awy 3C Miss Murgorct 8tagg went to Knox-vill- e own Henry Clay lire insurance Com- Company. lackey, Miss Ophelia Tuesday to visit her brother, Mr, pany.' II. M. Newland Agent. Tea or Tablets. Treasurer. Harry D. Stagg and Misses Maud Lost, ladles' coat on Lancaster pike. Thomas and Estello Sarettc. Mrs. J. B. Clnunch, of Somerset, Ilt'turn to this offlco and rcceivo repassed through Thursday en route to ward. I.incnstcr to visit her sister Mrs. John Mount. For Sale The bouse on East Main Mcsdames James Lynn and John street known as the Pennington Lynn are guests of Mrs, John Mount place. Apply to T. W. Pennington. In Lancaster this week. The Mission Hand ot tho ChrisLev. Joseph Hopper, of Perryvllle, tian church will meet In the lecture one ot tho Presbyterian room of the church at 2:30 o'clock on & preachers In tho State, will preach at Sunday afternoon. the Presbyterian church here Sunday, 9Ci-morning and evening. SHORT LOCAL NEWS Carpenter, Ap- - te $& o SEE OUR LINE o$ CO-- Shugars-and-Taawa- a$o$-- . OF my best-Know- n mi HEATING . Money for the jurymen of Lincoln Jcounty has been rccclxed nnd can be Aid Society of tho Hap-U- bad at tho First National Hank. J. The Ladles' church will have an exchange in T. Embry, Jury Commissioner. the post office Saturday, Oct. 1st. mnm Oeorge 3. Mcnefee will leave Satfeeders, nice urday Fcr Sale 22 l.lCO-lfor Kansns City and other wes5!K! ones. Dr. Hugh Held. , ii. m tern points. He expects to take a lln. Oabe A. Lackey of Crab Orch-nr- position that will locate him permanHe was ently In the west. was here Wednesday. being congratulated on his ?0tn blrti day, for he wag born Sept. 27, 18:10, Dr. W. Harry lllgglns, of Clllton though to seo him one would not tnke Springs, New York, Is at home for a him for 70 Mr lackey Is a native few weeks vacation. He Is the guest of Lincoln county and has long been of IiIb parents Mr. and Mrs. W. II. ono of her substantial citizens. lllgglns while here. Dr. Hlgglns Is Misses Straub will have their open- one of tho Stanford boys who has ing Sept 30th of fall and winter hats. "mode good" to a superlative degree. All ladies aro Invited to call and sec He has rapidly forged to the front In them. his profession since graduating from Johns Hopkins University a few year I ago and is now regarded as one 01 the loading young physicians and sur geons of the great Empire State. To loan $3,500. Apply this office. st ii m LV 35- - STOVES, ETC. 0 6 & & m& W. H. 0000O00O-: v ft Stanford, Kentucky. HICG1NS 9 & - & 1 Uoorge II. I'arrla has purchased form G. D. Wearen the vacant lot on Main Street between Mr. Wearcns residence and tho Presbyterian church upon which he will erect a handsome residence. HWfndorstood that Mr Farrla paid ntfout Jl.r.OO for the lot. which Is ono of the mot-- dellrable in t r :000a000g;00B'3, mw- - 3e "li Well Din the city. J. T. Chasteen has tecn chosen as pastor of tho Harris Creek church nnd conducts services the ihlrd Saturday aud Sunday In each month. own Henry Clay flro insurance pany. R. M. Newland Agent, When you get to be worth a couple of million dollars and buy a new airship every once in awhile, people wilf forgive you when you wore rusty clothes, as they forgive-- a rich man pretty nearly everything. But as long as you are just an ordinary person, keer yourself looking neat. Its the best investment you csna make. For Insuro your property In Kentucky's Com- TEN DOLLARS- H fV TV - MISS ARNOLD. OF LANCASTER, MILLINERY HAVE HER WILL OPENING SATURDAY, OCT. 1. ALL HER FRIENDS ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND. There is a suit here for you. For $15 or 82a' Ve have better ones. For Sale. llrlek bouse and two acres of land on Somerset street; nlce cottape on Kast Main street: house and 2." acres on East Main and a house and five acres of land on Danville avenue. Apply to Harvey Helm. Mam Street. W. E. PERKINS, CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY r For sale privately my home on Kast Kentucky. Mrs. U. II. CooR, Stan-lor- V. Js Dozler, who is hero on a islt with his wlfo at nor mother's, Mrs I, T 1'ence has purchawd a power Ovorland automobile. Kstray Large Poland China boar; tiuluvlumlu ling In nuso. Nulii M. 5. nanshman. Hev. J. J. Dickey will hold sacra-mentsorvlces nt Neal's Creek church next Sunday at 3 o'clock P M ; that's the way to pronounce Ilyomol, the magical catarrh cure that O. L. Penny guarantees, or money uncle No stomach dosing. Just breathe It. Complete outfit, Including inhaler $1. Separate bottle 50 cents. lllgh-o-me- I m R. Hughes T. W, Humble W. O. Mnrtfa I n If mew uress mi. ana ":i " Loiiyntlil t iclutliicr & Marx YOU'LL find "here, in earth" of good clothes: more first s, ourstore "the greatest ' thorough-fireprize winners than anywhere else; all the high-classtyles; and you can just as well take a first premium as not fab rics, perfect tailoring; new styles, new coloriijg, new let us show you how well we can fit you in these perfect clothes Suits $17.50 ts $40. Overcoats $ 15 to $35.00 all-wo- ol Hart ,. Schaffner & Marx Cummins & The Kurekn Portrait Company has Just recehed a new line of mouldings and Is now prepared to frame pictures at half tho usual pneo. Kluevt line of d moulding ever brought to sjuiiiiptu. Office opposite court house, Lancaster " Street. , Sept. On next Friday, and Saturday, 30, 31, tho LIpps sUtors will show an inn mm liumonso lino, or, winter millinery, the largest ever shown In lluatonxlllo. Everybody invited. Any perton having old books, magazines. ledgers or papers ot nny kind that they do not need, will assist in a good cause by donating thoin to the Prebbyterlan Aid Socloty. Apply to Mrs J. i. Paxton. Pros. cor-dlal- I ' let-tor- We are showing" a beauts ful line of New "Wool Goodsr in black and colors, in .the new diagonal weaves.French serges, stripes and BroaxU cloth. Also the newest and largest assortment of trimmings we have ever shown in Alk overs. Braids, Persian bands-anbuttons. Call and see us before buying. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods,; Notions, Shoes STANFORD. KENTUCKY d Wearen, MARX CLOTMfcB STANFORD, KENTUCKY. v THIS STORE 18 THE HOME OF HART SCHAFFNER ... ' Tho County Hoard of Education of Lincoln county, Ky, will recelvo bids nt Its reEular meeting, the second Monday In October for new school houses to Lo built at McKlnney and Mllledgevllle. Seo O Singleton, chairman of nald board. O. Singleton, chair 61-- s man, O. W. Hunn, secretary L OMMMVwJp LkJM ftf. THE STANFORD, KENTUCKY INTERIOR JOURNAL. FRIDAY, 8KPTBMIJKR 3ntb, 1910 9H B.Hi T HH. IHHH Aftv VB Jt IB FB IH; lKHl BkB' BH B H Kb IHB B" HpHk- - MR BH H .VIh B. 1 r t A B Hlfi P will be a $50fitid for any person or persons to buy a lot at YOUNG'S DEVELOPMENT CO'S BIG AUCTION 3ROT SALE in STANFORD, SATURDAY OCTOBER. 8th. 3iucurance that a lot brings its full value at auction. We estimate that your profit on any lot it the addition to be sold would not tall below $50, because it is a rare $o i. a as A LOT YOU COULD HARDLY MAKE A MISTAKE IN BUYING WELL LOCATED IN A GOOD COUNTY SEAT TOWN. STANFORD IS NOT ONLY A COUNTY SEAT, BUT HAS SEVER. AL ADVANTAGES OVER MANY OTHER TOWNS IN THE SAME JZ I r A Few m Z O000O00O0000000 5 4. THE CONDITIONS SHOW THAT STANFORD 5 5. --: . CLASS. STANFORD IS ONE OF "HE GATEWAYS BETWEEN THE. BLUE. OF EAST- GRASS SECTION AND THE MOUNTAIN DISTRICT ERN KENTUCKY. JUST NOW A LARGE NUMBER OF THE MOUNTAIN PEOPLE, ARE MOVING INTO AND NEAR STANFORD, WHERE THEY CAN TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OftE OF THE BEST SCHOOLS IN THE STATE. Q m 0 Points to X 6. 7. X X. Remember. ji j o 10 r-i fatch for our advertisement next week, giving TERMS and a number of other important features of tion lot sale. O000 IS IN IMMEDIATE NEED OF A NUMBER OF NEW RESIDENCES. A NEW BANK STANFORD HAS A BRAND NEW COURTHOUSE; HAS BEEN ORGANIZED AND WILL OPEN FOR BU8INESS THE DAY OF OUR SALE. M SEVERAL OTHER SUBSTANTIAL IMPROVEMENTS ARE ALSO X W GOING ON IN STANFORD. THE ADDITION IS NOT OUT H THE COUNTRY BUT RIGHT UP IN TOWN. CONCRETE WALKS HUN ALMOST TO THIS PROPER, gi TY ON THE EAST AND WEST SIDE. THE CITY WATER 18 RIGHT X' AT YOU AND ELECTRIC LIGHTS CLOSE ENOUGH TO SHINE IN !? YOUR FACE. 9 0OO000OS g, tliis auc YOUNG'S DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, SAM T. YOUNG, Glasgow, Kentucky. GEO. H. WALTON. fe CLOSING OUT SALE THE FARMERS Moreland 111 ; Yowell & Son. - Having sold- our farm wo will offer tor sale fpiiblicly to the highest bidder on the farm on All of our personalty, iis follows: cow with calf two Kor Sale Tho W. V. T. IT. Convention met at weeks old. J, L. Jarvls, II. F. D. No. 2. Plain ulnMiole wheat drill. Rood as Danville last Friday. .Mrs. John Uur-- I Y. P. Locan. new, for sale cheap. dom, Mrs. Lee pipes and .Mrs. J. II. FOR SALK .Nice young jersey I'rultt went from here. I milk cow. J. 8. Turpln. Stanford, Mrs. L. Morgan nnd mother or Mil. t Ky. ledKPVille are visiting relatives In Let me Insure your barns anu V. A. Trlbble. Perryvllle. Let R. M. .Newland Ilguro with you Mr. It. M. Arnold with wife and chll. before placing your flrc Insurance. drcn spent Sunday with Mrs. W. Wig. For Sale. A well Improved, fann, nam. of 20 aqres, near Mt.t Sajera,- - h.ouse-ho'l- d Mr Horace Tarter, or Kubank, Is and. kitchen furniture, stopk, am visiting Mr. Singleton. tools. 57-2- The Gfossett Shoe When it comes to dress wear, Crossett Shoes are what you want. We have every style, last and color. Tuesday, Oct. 35, ipiio, edge 1,200 pound cattle. iltejdae; yelling cSttle, 700 lbs. 'Some export Jersey, stock. 134. :J3 pairs mare mules 4 arid 5,yearrSolI Crab OrcKanl.Phonefresh Jersey jflsw, For 8aI'e'J"Nlc'e" iijextra good, weight, 1,200 and 1,500 lbs; For Sale. pound to 110 yearling njul.es, 10 weanliri ' Cofftjy. McK'iniiey. shoafs.' A. iinules, extra good.'ii'i W, Carpenter. Morchnd, 12, Bxood mares 4 and 6, safe in foal fir. W. O'Uannon n? Wt fought of J. A. Uoberts, of Campbells me. 100 5 gilt EKpojrt C&ttfe i8 rojacK. x. Ems& 1 Waptotf 6Hyi standard r V . rsjraw-- 52 Bxtra brood ewes 2 to 4 years old 500 bales timothy: Hay, 3Q0 bales 6J to sajnxer.. return until .pfiuay aiiemoon, Mrs, Harriett' Armsttdng and Mrs Ijire MorganTrejhied. IrOm a weeks visit to PerryvniMjjJntlav." Mrs, Lafe Morgan.' and, dangler Ml Myrtle MpCgajTand; son, Delbert OnlbbB. at year- - Morgan and I'rOf. B.L. 900 75 700 tended the unio yauey exposition Wednesday and sa,w Presldeht W Taft. For, Mrs. J J. Spear; who has been an was reportInvalid for aevjjrar'year ed to bo much worfieTdd"ay.' D. Mrs. Habortf.or'Mllle'dgevllle, was very III last vtee-lcacres of 25 n, former Lincolnite Ilev. Sam rAtmaP w"l P' land lying Just outsliio tho city oh the Christian chUrcn. at "Hubble Sunday right hand side of the Lancaster piko. Oct. 2nd at 11 A. M and 7:20 P. M. Kverybody InvHed, He paid Mr. MC)lpter.ts '00 an acre M. Ilankln sold to Joe Jordon tlio land vulcU'is very vaftiablo. :u John two 'ycaf old mules for head V record, prJco for Linper head. Ihls Is nlmot coln county land, but It Is becoming SJ-f62-2aAlfe.-'-Md ; rarininE . i. iiv "wubuu, .. Salenii Ky, Vor Sale Hleh grado Soutadown ram lainba Fisher and UcnlcVcreM- es. Mrs. Mattie H. Hewes, Moreland( Kj"., H. U. No.l, Bos 4J Wanted To buy a place of 73 to 100 acres In Lincoln county, one hav, Ing Improvements. Address P. O, Box 65, Stanford, Ivy, For Saie Xwo sow'd, 18 shoats, 55 stock h3s. Jbhn Cook, Stanford. For Safe A few ttoroughbred Du pig.' 'April farrow, ro J?riejr-bodDurhani, Price reasonable. T. J. : 4i-- .. A mule belonging to Mr. J, Neal was killed by lightning last Sunday. Mr. Charles Urubha, or Knoxvilo, Tenn.. U visiting his mother Mrs. K Work X. N U5 jsS .Mrs, J. W. Hultabrd and bahy, Wilson Wer0 visiting In Ixiuls-vill- e during tbc 'State rafr. Mr. Gilbert Morgan arid Mr and Mrs itucker w;ni, oown on llolllnj; Fork Saturday ahd thefe was a landslide on tbi IJojJo knob and, the road was blocked to, that they'could not U (Irubbs Mr. and And medium weight Wc have a line, the Trest madejrom hand sewed to a machine made Wc have; the InpfruHable Sho fpr thq,fannfa't w.c absolutely guarantee. If noTgpod, money fefundjcq or a nevy pair. Ask your neighbor. Kg" U .sWPB1. &&m moh? vatunbJU e'v'ery dfly. young j. a. BratlOiC Jr.. the welrtwn Oarrard bought PleisinhFeat A young niens. prayer mealing hns been organUed'ni the HjpUt church? They will mee eaeb, Thrcday evening and all yoiing men are Invited to jfed s)jp,i and place 40 acres corn, i& farming4Q0ls; Lot Qt . hous U not sold before willoifer an84cr$ rfarm; on Danville arid .RuatonviHe pik 12 mile- out of; toWn lifiiits, close to a - ihpld and kitdheii furniture;. aded school. Gg 1-m- ' Serins VMM " le jSnling land from piko. Adjacehtto Jno kd about aiobrc, Tombs and othdrs. Iritorniatmir nfc ilb Also acres 2 miles south of McKimnejr frdelyi mhiished. niadd. known oil day oPtmlD. ctiDileor. Capt. T. D.i)glish, iftt .,...., BtrVOM, -fe?Wt ca ua wr5Maiyjnf h; i sjowiiw-H .. yHfat4-vM ) br loc4l tpplluttou. U - thti ctuiot nuh Iheii ,.V.i ijq il Hi mi. ILul aalr VN u IMAEUM . TO-DA- Y. ' nuoou I UUMa vj lloln ot tb EuiUcbUa tTuU. W ul m Kr eoMtituiioaAirei M IDUU wwhihwi miamI ta ... but W &.. n tKU iiih lu BarmAl to eoad nolblBg ' out ol W4br Dubn, uwill uo ft ! twiJ br ttunfc' InOuned coaaitba ot tte muania (C4UM4 iurtocu. Ot UuadrM UolUrt ur Mf cm Ot by currt U4t ciaoot bjj cujuJ wblci rs? v.jM.wsiHiW- sou br Druuu. tht. - - wwmmmm J. M. .t9lK. ot IlQCkiastlo- rfnffi" ;;..,. was at i.ntuBiri vu i.i- .u'lltr' -, 7",: a 50W lof 30. i mV! Sleil'a'Tbacker went to bunch ot about 30 cUo jfhlcUlfiS6Vl to visit her sister Mrj; .'Th, I.; J.. krthfir litcVey. van made earlier 18 the Dippt by.ftfo Jewell the little dayG,hter or Mr. and turner J; H. roxjon. mifiuur mi Mrs, James Wad If IM- lino of land was sola 10 jniueo Mrs. B. Harmon will haw m $?0 nn, D,ers. line of ladls fall and winter mllllucry ,Jnj.BJf N. ), .True bpuUit week. motion tie su Aaph .XWM Jt Ml- - this Mrs. William Dlshon of Mllledgi" lot Of Kor fialu-Ni- ce ani) te.ers, apej buncx of Bice villa is wllh relatives here. .V;nrlnulyf,atrny,faru new Mpr-lap- ft Ilev. Bradford Is with Ot ?p Alyew l J. )lpffinan, or and family. ., vaiignn, nustonvme. MOreland sec Miss Margaret llouten Is improting II, F, Mclle'uth. of the tlon. bouslit a nice Jersey heller from Mrs, A. 0, Duulap is on tho alck list 8, IV Powell for 30. Mr and Mrs. S. N Jeffries aro vis For Halo or Kent Farm of 140 acres 100 acres being good tobacco laud; (tins at Danville. Kood orchards. 2 good houses: all Mrs. W. (J, Routed and little daugh- necessary outbuilding and fine tobac- - tar NHU wmiw w Mmiim - farmer acres of land from J. 1.. Hamilton last veek. at' J75 nn acre, and gave Mr. Hamilton tM for a nice walk-tro- t horse. A McKnlght. of palntsvlile, bought from Mr. William Kpyston. 17 hogs at !t cents. W. T. Doolan, of tho .Marksbury section sold a nice horse mule coll to O. Duncan Monday lor 167.56. 15. C. Lutes sold a bunch of heifer at Lancaster Monday to M. J. Farrls at 3 cents. Y. L. Thompson and J. 1. 1,sl'sf.f'. sold about 11 heifors af Lancaster M'6nda'y' at an nyeracf about J ' cepts, . r t " .; ' 3- 23 Stanford, rprs? ROBwam . 9JJflJ :, i Wl Itev. It. It. Noel was visiting Mr, and Mrs. Leach Monday. Mr. William Jfrs. J. T. 14 with Ills son here. Urown returned homo Tuesday after spending, n fow days with her son at Dry Rldgo. Ilev. A. tS. Coker Is hold itigla protracted meeting In Casey, fiutan Carrier and wife were with Hlghlapd relatives Sunday. ' Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Nance w6re visiting Mr. and Mrs. win. uye n. King's Mountain. couBdy, M. D. Wall sold to Kllaa Hannoo y attend. Bhy your GhilUffen's Scliool w Sfibes fi'oin L L. Skndefs Ztid get a" nice School Box with' etfcli I pair. At I Vi 'sir Ji i if list1! 1 rr )rcnara.. Kentucky, f PUBL m H U0lJ$; wivitn M r '.SALE. r M. M.' V 3 pssas(-a- a R SALEI 2 i-- d 80 acres lying 1 miles west of Orchard on Sat- QtrW Highland; a good-cottand out-- f l9f0 1 will lor saie at puuuc outcry toe m. t'rice nouses, uarn etc., 6 fields fenced; storo-roand lot near the depot at about 33 acres In cultivation; plenty p. iu. of water, Reason ror selling out not 1:30 cash and tho re- - able to work on farm. Price reawxj.l Terms One-hamalnder In ono and two years. able. In the lfioCrb age ft lf iWawmn.sjjili ant-bot- h 111- mmgimmstxeranixxz. J, P. CHAKDl