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THE INTERIOR JOURNAL VOL XXXIV STANFORD KY FRIDAY AUGUST 3 1906NO401FARMERS DEPARTMENT Foil SALE Three good Southdown bucks W A Coffey McKinney John Buster bought of Hughes Horn of Mercer a fiveyearold gelding for Lebus of Cythlana refused Gi cents for 225 hogs weight about 225 Ibis Ho sold 252 lambs to Carroll Talbott at seven cents T M Estes writes from Crab Orch ard that ho found the heifer ho adver tised in these columns for Another proof that it pays to advertise in the I t M J Hoffman sold to K P Woods 150 hogs averaging 250 pounds at Cc Mr HotTman wants to buy CO or 75 50 to 100 pound shoats See James C Reid at St Asaph Hotel FOR SALE Three high class Berk shire boars of February farrow Sire Columbia Loyal No 67195 dam Hour lion Queen No 8S550 E Go Blckloy Stanford U P D No2 3t KsiHAY A pale red heifer left my place about five weeks ago Has small crooked horns Had boll on when she left Reasonable reward for her recov cry Bud Pennington Maywood Alaska is a land of adventure and romance said Raymond Brumbaugh who recently returned from the North Many queer things have happened in Alaska Many wretched things Some times it has been necessary to break sad news to mothers at home and sometimes this news has been broken with wonderful skill An Alaskan called on a woman In New Hampshire to tell her of her sons death in tho Klondike II Yes lady he said to the weeping mother I was with him to the end I i seen him die And I tell yo maam as he wuz dyin he looked jest like an an gel Did he 7 the mother sobbed III He certainly did maam said the Klondiker Swingin backards1 and j fornrds in the air that yed a thought ho had wings t DONT BITE Youn NAILS One of the best known and most successful y physicians and surgeons of Philadelphia eay that tho biting of finger nails it the chief cause of the cases of appen w dicitis that tire operated on dally Noth ing U moro likely to cause the appen dix to become inflamed and subsequent ly perforated than tho sharp bits of nails bitten off tile ends of tho fingers and swallowed In one hospital In Phil adelphia last week there wore nine Arsons operated on for appendicitis nnd seven were caused by bltlngoff the finger nails Make Hay Whilo tho Sun Shines There is n Iu 90it In the work of tho thrifty farmer Ho knows tint the bright sunshine may hut but a day and IIP prepares for the showers which nre so llabu to follow So It should tM with ever household Dysentery diarrhoea and cholern inorbus may attack some member of the homo without warning Clinmbor Iains relic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy which the lost known medicine for those diseases should always be kept at hand as Immediate treatment Is nveflssary and delay may prove fatal For sale by Stanford Drug Co Knlckcr Yhayour sondoing Uocker Rolled dp his sleeves and gone to work Knlckcr And your danghter Uocker Rolled up her sleeves and gone to playNew York Sun Some people seem to think that they Are greater than their kind Rut they aro not for if they were Theyd be of different mind 1IIUBBLIFirst Christian church in Nashville will begin a protracted meeting here Sun day Aug 19 Frank Miller who is traveling for a largo shoo house in Indianapolis is expected soon to visit his parents Miss Grace Deering of Lexington is the guest of Miss Flonnio Hammond Miss Winona Norfloot of Somerset Is visit Ing her aunt Mrs Thos McBeath On account of being in a protracted meeting at Bethel Elder F M Tinder will not fill his appointment at the Christian Sunday afternoon Rev Maxwell of Nelson county assisted by tho pastor Rev P J Ross is holding a protracted service at the Methodist church here Rev Maxwell is preaching some excellent sermons Osa HIckle of Powder Springs TcnnJs the guest of his brother Dr W F HIckle Mrs Mary Brinkley of Somerset Is visiting relatives here Miss Bettio Roberts has returned to her home in Loxingtonnftcr a visit to Miss Ethel Carman Mrs Adam Kelleys brother from London visited her last week Leslie Sloan is visiting in Som creel James McKeclmio and John Robin son have returned from Wayne county where they bought a car load of sheep and some other stock David Rankin Is building a new stock barn Lee Ran kin and A P Sloan bought some oats from Georgo James at 8 per ton in the field H C Walter sold some old hay to Danville parties at 12 Matt En glcman bought a combined mare for 1175 George Wilder James Rosa and Van Keeton are shipping their tobacco this week J C Eubanks and Lee Rankin have been on the sick list The CongressionalFight lion Harvey Helm of Lincoln county was in town yesterday and spoke very encouragingly of his prospects for win ning the Congressional nomination In this district In the first place ho counts on carrying Madison county nearly solidly and says ho will also run as well in Shelby Spencer and Anderson With his home county and his neighbor of Rockcastle supporting him strongly and a strong following in Jes samine ho yields only Mercer and pos sibly Boylo to the enemy So it ap pears from these figures that he will win his race without difficulty Mr Helm relies strongly on three elements that are entirely in his favor for success in this primary First that he is tho logical candidate and was en titled to tho honor before but was de prived in a convention of tho votes which would have elected him in a pri mary secondly that his record as a Bryan man and true blue Democrat Is such as to commend him to the Democ racy of tho District and in tho last place both he and his county are for Senator McCreary and are opposed to machine rule Ills eminent personal fitness in addition to the above reasons is such as to make him a particularly strong candidate From present indi cations there seems every chanco of his success Richmond Register Gov Luke P Blackburn whose reputation as a physician and philanthro pint is too well known to need further comment once said Concentrated Crab Orchard Water is tho best aper lent known to tho medical profession and will cure more diseases than any one remedy I have ever used Get a bottle of Whites Diamond Brand Crab Orchard Water For sale by all drug gists and country stores Blankcnship one of tho pro of a store at Grayson sur IRobtrt in the store and in a followed was dangerously wounded by tho miscreants who made their escajMS THE VEIL Is not always used to protect the face from the elements and keep tho hair in position but by many many women and girls to hide the unsightly pimples Mackheads and other eruptions of tho skin There Is germ lICe In tho skin and ZEMO a nice clean liquid for external use soon kills out this germ and leaves the face as smooth and soft as that of a child ZEMOwill positively cure all skin and scalp diseases such as Eczema in its forms ringworm tetter pimplesdandrua or any itching skin disease Get a bottle today at your druggists PrDarIonly by- E W ROSE MEDICINE CO ST LOUIS MO lirrIITIIr IIPENNYS 0 JNEWS NOTES Greenfield 0 was burglarized and stamps and cash ag gregating 5000 stolen Tho Indiana State board of health re ports that 95 per cent of the slaughter houses in that State aro in bad condi tion The American Federation of Catholic Societies in convention in Buffalo decided to meet at Indianapolis next yearA 21hour bank has opened for busi ness in Chicago With tho exception of Sundays and holidays It will be open all tho time Robert Crabtree n merchant of Mor ganflcld while hunting near Chalybeate Springs accidentally shot and killed Tillman Thompson John C Hately receiver for the Zion City industries issued an appeal to the moneyed followers of the Dowio doctrine to contribute for the relief of the destitute of the community James Stuart a Lexington youth had blasting powder and matches in one of his trousers pockets Ho also smoked a cigarette There was an explosion The boy was seriously hurt Floyd Carmichael a Negro who as saulted a white girl in a suburb of At lanta Ga was shot by a posse which captured him Tho corpse would have been burned but for the arnval of po licemenA at Maysville caused a loss of 28000 John T Parkers livery stable was destroyed and the furniture and undertaking establishment of McIlvain Humphreys was damaged to the extent of 10000 When the steamer Henry M Stanley was near Gallipolis 0 a Negro enter ed the cabin of a Cincinnati passenger and attempted to assault her He was discovered and driven over the side of tho boat and drowned by the captain Sherman N Stubb and John Anderson the detectives who testified in the Hartje case ut Iittsburg to entering Coachman Mudincs room and taking letters from his trunk were arrested charged with entering a building for felony and larceny Bishop Gaines of Atlanta in an ad dress before the Negro Young Peoples Christian and Educational Congress In session at Washington said that Senator Tillman Gov Vardaman Gov Jefferson Davis Thomas Dixon and John Temple Graves were enemies of tho Negro race Charles blades who used to feed sol diers during the Civil war was telling of a row he had with a Pennsylvania soldier Ho came into my place said blades and he WAS ugly I remon strated with him about some things he said and he picked up a big heavy leer mug and threw it at me I dodged and picked up another mug and threw at him It struck him in the face and tore off his nose What became of him asked Col John Corwin Oh said Mades he is around here now lie got a pension for in juries received in the line of duty Summer Diarrhoea in Child ren During tho hot weather of tho sum mer months tho first unnatural loose ness of a childs bowels should have Immediate attention as to check the disease before it becomes serious All that Is necessary Is a few doses of Chamberlains folio Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy followed by u dose of castor oil to cleanse tho system Rev M U Stockland Pastor of the Ilrst M K Church Little Falls Minn writes Wo have used Chambor lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for several years and find It a very valuable remedy especially for summer disorders in children Sold by Stanford Drug Co JackOld Topers spirits are very low tonight Tom Have you seen him JackNo but Ive seen the jug ho keeps them in Stomaoh Troubles and Constipation No one can reasonably hope for good digestion when the bowels are coustlpated Mr Chas Baldwin of Kdwanlsvlllo says I suffered from chronic constipation and stom ach troubles for several years but thanks to Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets am almost cured Why not get a package of these tab lets null get well und stay wells Price 25 cents Samples free For sale by Stanford Drug Co You say your wire cant throw straight 7 how did she come to hityou 71 I dodged I J I Ho carved initials on atyro Eternal love to swear And now he cuts a switch from it To lick his youthful heir HUSTONVILLE Rev S B Landers subject Sunday morning is Secret Faults and Little Foxes Afternoon Bringing in the Sheaves Tho Danville fair was liberally pa tronized from Hustonviile and vicinity more than doubling tho patronage we received from Boyle county Workmen aro putting the finishing touches on the beautiful home recently purchased in our city by Emmett Mc Cormack and when the colonial veran da is completed it would ornament any townThomas Peacock bought of the board of education on Tuesday afternoon the old school building and grounds for 531 Mr Peacock will begin at once the work necessary to make this one of the most attractive homes in our su burbsLutes Co shipped two cars of 1 450poundexport cattle to Baltimore for which they paid 160 Cowan McCormack shipped two double deck cars of lambs to Cincinnati this week D C Allen shipped two cars of heavy weight hogs to Cincinnati The ruling of the department upon county roads traversed by rural routes to tho effect that they must be kept in such condition that they can be traveled comfortably with a vehicle or service on same will be reduced or discontinued is a good order and should be enforced to the letter It is incumbent upon parties living on such routes who want the service to see that said roads are put in good condition when notified by their carrier The officers ofour fair associa tion are to be congratulated upon the grand success of their recent enxhibi tion From hill and dale a grand cho rue shouts aloud their praises for the Hustonvillo fair The figures show a balance on the right side of the ledger and the same dates are claimed for next season The success of any fair depends largely upon tho efforts of the secretary and to Mr Sam M Owens the efficient secretary of this associa tion is due the thanks of the stock holders Mrs Leslie ODaniel of Louisville is visiting Mr and Mrs J B Williams Miss Mamie Underwood of Boyle is tho guest of Miss Ella Barnett Mrs Kate Clemens of Lebanon is the guest of her aUnt Mrs Julia Talbot Miss Alice Lyon is attending the Danville fair and the guest of her sister Mrs L M Orner Mr nnd Mrs W S Van Arsdall have returned from n visit to Mr Wiser and wife Mrs VanAradalls parents in Louisville Miss Grace Goodo is visiting relatives in Waco Tex Miss Sallie Goode of Louisville is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs J P Goode Little Louise Oldson gave her many friends a most enjoyable party Tuesday evening from 8 to 1030 The va rious plays of the present day amused the gay throng until 10 oclock when a delightful lunch was served Among those present were little Misses Mary Stagg Ora Williams Ruth Culbertson Blanche Barnett Carrie Lewis Mabel Drye Nellie Newton and Masters Fran cis 1eatherford Carlisle Myers Dodd Skinner Dunn Sandidge Sylvester and John Newton Bowman Myers and oth ers The cake walk prize was won by Mary Stagg Ruth Culbertson and Fran cis Weatherford after which good nights closed the happy evening m the memory of the young folks Mrs John McDaniel of Burnside is is visiting her daughter Mrs Thomas Peacock Quite a crowd of young la dies and gentlemen from here will spend next week at Russell Springs Mrs Mary Weatherford and Mrs Sallie Shipman will leave this week for a two weeks sojourn at Crab Orchard Mr and Mrs Len Shannon nnd Miss Dixon Wright of St Louis made a special trip hero to attend the Hustonvillo fair with which they were delighted Miss Darling Daugherty is visiting Mrs T C Carter in Anderson county Mr and Mrs H R Oldson and son Frank and daughter Louise and Miss Dollio Wil liams left Thursday for Chattanooga and Atlanta where toy will spend a week before going to Roanoke Ala tho formers hom- eKentucky Fair Dates The following aro the dates fixed for the Kentucky Fairs for 1906 as far as reported Harrodsburg Aug 74 days Columbia Aug 214 days Brodhcad Aug 153 days Lawrenceburg Aug 11 days Springfield Aug 164 days London Aug 284 days Ntcholosville Aug 283 days Shelbyvillo Aug 284 days Bardatown Aug 294 days Somerset Sept 41 days Elizabethtown Sept 43 days Paris Sept 45 days Mbrticello Sept 111 days A 11 Charles Attaway was shot and killed near Shreveport by his divorced wife I t REDUCED PRICES Mens 8500 Suits Reduced to 400 Meus SG50 Suits Reduced to 500 Mens 750 Suits Reduced to 000 Mens 8860 Suits Reduced to 700 Meus 8900 Suits Reduced to 750 Mens 81000 Suits Reduced to 800 Mens 81200 Suits Reduced to 1000 Mens 81250 Suits Reduced to 1100 Mens 81500 Suits Reduced to 1200 The above prices are on all our Spring and Summer Clothing of this season Childrens Clothing of this Season at Reduced Prices SAM ROBINSONDr- yGoods Clothing Slices Hats and Caps Ladies and Gents Furnish hugs Etc the store that saves you motley t Next Door to Lincoln County National Bank STANFORD KY j CASH PRICES eN Belle of Lincoln Flour per sack 55c Fancy Family Flour per sack 60c No I Flour per sack 65c 20 pounds Granulated Sugar 00 10 Cakes Town Talk Soap t25c 6 Cakes Ivory Soap 25c Get our Prices and you will be Posted W H HIGGINS Call and get one of these If not satisfactory return it and get your mon ey back Good for roast turkey ham etc Works on top of stove as well in oven o4 GEORGE H FARRIS t Stanford Kentucky Get Our Prices On HARDWAREGeorge a Groceries and HardwareAr Fit Your Boy or Girl for Business BookKeeping Shorthand Typewriting and all the Commercial Branches taught in the Commercial Department of 4 the SUE 1JKNNETT MEMORLVL SCHOOL Students now holding good positiuus Diplomas granted to those who finish the course Save ouelialt the cost of getting u business education September is the best time to begin Write for particulars- J C LEWIS or E H LYLE London Kv STANFORD MALE FEMALE SEMINARY First term begins MONDAY SKIT 1900 Our faculty is strong equipment firstclusa surroundings comfortable college work done on college principles work accepted by the best institutions in the State rates very reasonable Dont send oil to school when you have as good or better advantages at home Address OSCAR B FALLIS President Stanford Ky J The Interior Journal E C WALTON- HARVEY HELM of Lincoln county Ia enmliilnto to rlprl rent the Eighth Congressional motrlcl of Kentucky In onlr5 to 61cc lion O U JllbcrtkUhJpct tntli nctlon of tho hIII ocratlc prlumry HIt JUDGE JOHN WHUGHES of Mercer county la a candidate to repre sent tbe Eighth Congrculocal district of Kentucky In Con res to Hon O 0 Gilbert subject to the action of the g ocratlc party M F NORTH L n for Represrntntlvent Uncoln county euhJect to the l cretin party- RUNNING for Congress in the Eighth district seems to be somewhat of a Jonah Madisons gallant son R W Miller died a few weeks ago W J Price has withdrawn on account of health and Judge John W Hughes was reported sick Tuesday from an at gOIingcoins candidate but would advise him to use salt when eating green apples or water melons Jessamine Journal Hon Harvey Helm Lincoln county candidate for Congress is in the pink of condition and tho best of spirits In fact conditions are so favorable to him in his race for the nomination that he could not get sick if he should try ANOTHER Republican revolt is occur ing in New Jersey and Senator Drydc the president of the Prudential Life In surance Company is in danger of dcfe In his evidence before a committee of investigation he admitted giving large sums of money rightfully belonging to the pplicy holders and stockholders to Republican corruption funds of which 10000 was to Roosevelts campaign fund and justified this diverting of trust funds on the ground that the interest of the company would be endangered by Democratic success As his own success is now endangered the policyholders may well dread the outcome for it may require the whole surplus to suppress the revolt ALLEN the assailant of Miss Ethel McLane was hanged at Mayfield He was taken from the train from Louisville where he had been for safekeeping to the court house and a trial was held in short order the execution taking place 50 minutes after the jury had been sworn in to hear the case This is speedy work but it taints more of mob law than common justice The fact that the scaffold had been put up before the Negro was tried proves conclusively that he was to have been hung whether the jury said he shouts be or not MRS LESLIE CARTER is a wonderful woman She has just married giving her age at 33 In 1880 she married the first time so according to her figures she was only seven then and only ten when her son was born in 1833 Did you ever TilE INTERIOR JOURNAL would like to have the pleasure of supporting Mr W Vernon Richardson of the Danville News for Railroad Commissioner W second his nomination and insist thatI he make the race SOULS are tougher or salvation is freer in some places than others Ac cording to an Atlanta Baptist minister it costs 1 to save a soul in Philadelphia and Chicago and only 25 cents inAt lanta A ST Louts man has figured as co respondent in six divorce cases In Kentucky he would doubtless have gone out on the first round POLITICAL Claude M Desha of Cynthiana has announced as a candidate for the dem ocratic nomination for Congress in the NinthFloyd Byrd is the leading candidate for Congress in the 10th district con vention at Pikeville The Hargis fac tion is fighting him with all the vim it can command President Roosevelt has contributed one dollar to the Republican National Congressional Committees campaign fund In a letter to the committee he approved the plan of soliciting dollars for the fund It is announced in New York that William J Bryan in his Madison Square Garden speech on August 30 will outline his conception of the is sues on which the next Democratic na tional campaign should be made No plan for selecting a Democratic nominee in the Sixth appellate district was decided upon at a meeting of the committee held in Lexington it being held that this committee had not been called together legally Will A Young tha chairman held that no election is legal until 1907 Chrales R McDowell of Danville and A R Burnam of Richmond were commissioned by Gov Beckham as representatives of the Democratic and Republican on the State Election Commission which commission appoints county commissioners in the several counties who in turn name the precinct officers to hold the election in November k t The New York democratic State committee voted to hold the next State convention at Buffalo on Sept 25 Judge John M Lassing has been sworn in as judgo of the court of appeals to succeed Judge Thomas II Paynter Senatorelect Thp Democratic Committtoe of Erie county r Y at a meeting held In Buffalo indorsed Bryan for President and Hearst for Governor Democrats of tho Seventh Indiana congressional district may nominate John Mitchell the labor leader as their candidate for Congress- T M Campbell the Uuion Labor candidate for Governor received the largest vote in the Texas Democratic primary but not a sufficient number to make him tho nominee The noJt1lna tion will be made in State convention Gov A B Cummins won an easy victory in the Iowa Republican convention at Des Moines being nominated n the first ballot Hfs friends also dictated the platform and were in such easy control that the opposition accepted the situation and the expected split did not materialize The proprietors of saloons and others directly or indirectly interested in the liquor traffic in the city of Lexington have taken active steps to assist in the defeat of Gov Beckham in the coming primary and they will line up solid against the Governor at the polls says a dispatch from that place Chairman McQuown of the State Democratic Executive Committee thinks that the expense of the Demo cratic primary will not be less than 40 000 It will probably be apportioned as follows Candidates for United States Senate 8000 for Governor 6 000 for Auditor Secretary of State Attorney General Appellate Clerk and Treasurer 4000 in each race for Superintendent of Public Instruction and Commissioner of Agriculture OO each and for Lieutenant Governor 500 MATRIMONIAL At Nicholasvilie George Scott aged 16 and Miss Russell Adcock 18 were joined heart and hand At Aurora Ind John Howard aJted 78 and Mrs Lucy Wilson 72 were made husband and wife Miss Bessie F Engleman sister of- of Mr Matt Engleman of Shelby City was married in Kansas City to Ernest IL Zimmerman of that place Mrs William Ellis Corey wife of the president of the United States Steel Corporation was granted a divorce from her husband and given the custody of their son at Reno Nev According to the Harrodsburg Democrat Versailles has 92 widows and 110 coy maidens all of marriageable age and only 19 widowers and bachelors to ake care of this bevy of lovlinesa A quiet and beautiful home wedding ccured at the residence of Mr Walter luston Moreland Wednesday evening at 5 oclock Isis oldest daughter Miss Anna was married to Mr S W Crow of San Antonio Texas a prosperous farmer of that section The beautiful and impressive ceremony was performed by Rev Smith of the M E Church South in the presence of a few relatives and friends A sumptuous lunch was enjoyed afterwards The bride received many handsome and useful presents A FRIEND IN NEIGHBORhNGCOUNTIES Josiah Yqung aged 75 is dead in the Crawford sactiun of Laurel IMrs Carrie Gilcher widow of Frank filcher of Danville died at her home in LouisvilleJoel aged 65 is dead at the- home of his sister Mrs Matt Arbuckle In the Silver Creek section of Madison- C L Creekmore one of the oldest residents of Richmond aged 85 died at- the home of his grandson H G Creek- more DeputyCollector Short and Frank P- Elliott of London captured a large copper still near Rock Castle Springs The opera tors escaped Near Kings Mill Mercer county farmer named Preston shot and killed James his fatherinlaw It is alleged that Broughton had been on a spree and that he went to the Preston home and ran Mrs Preston off the premises It is also said that he attacked Preston with a knife Preston both barrels of a shot gun into his breastkllling him instantly Unnecessary Expense Acute attacks of colic and diarrhoea come on without warning and prompt rehef must obtained There is no necessity of incurring the expense of- physiciansII service in such cases if Chamberlains Colic Cholera and tirrhoea Remedy la at hand A- dose of this remedy will relieve the- patient before a doctor could arrive It has never been known to laU- even In the most severe and dangerous Clses and no family should bo without it For sale by Stanford Drug Co The bulletin of statistics of manufac turin industries of Kentucky issued the Department of Commerce and Labor shows that 1905 the most important industry was that of flour mill mg lumber industry ranks second in the value of products A Tennessee fatherohearing that his wife had given birth to six children killed himself This is another- form of race suicide Philadelphia North American CHURCH MATTERS The union services will be held at tho Methodist church Sunday night Rev W S Coakley will preach at the Baptist church at Crab Orchard SundayIG Livingston in n meeting which wl11 begin at Logans creek church Sun ay night next Rev S M Logan left this week for Buckhorn in Perry county where he will hold a series of meetings Jess mine Journal There were about 300 people in attendance at the County Sunday Sjchc Convention at Burnside Friday and Sat unlay Delegates were present from 25 schools in the county Tho program was enacted successfully and tho ho pitality of Bumside people was exhibited at its best Somerset Journal To THOSE rEItisTEDOn account of an unusual amount of sickness in the community and the dangerous condition of Mrs J Randolph Harris the protracted meeting in which the minist was to have been assisted by the writ er was postponed uutil a more ausj clous season Very cordially Joseph W Hagin Covington Ky Rev Gilbert Glass decided to accept the call recently received from the Mad- Ison Avenuo Presbyterian church In Covington and will take charge Sept Mr Glass leaving Stanford will caus universal regret for during his pastor ate here he has mode friends of all with whom he has come in contact He an able preacher a splendid pastor am- a polished elegant gentleman just such a citizen as Stanford can least ai ford to give up The Postofllce Department has sued a fraud order against G W Mason of Latonia who is charged with operating a gambling scheme FARM FOR SALE HnvInK moviil to Illltrrtslreek I dINto eII my farm of lit ncn on tile Htanfon Cniti Orchard pike ratite front Crnli Or ibnnl Knnu Is well Improved with color uirntlruly new rcMdencttiiml outhouwi AI n prnn incept Bcnf liirtle wUulug 10 th pine cnncnll on Mr lielilon who llvfi on the farm U J HMITIf llllwrU Creek Ky A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberU Store in the Oweley BuildingI FARM FOR SALE Wit hove for title n Unrrim county rnron It lie on thr LiiliiKton pike bout IK inllpg from Uineiiktxr and ron ulnmUmt ncrr 75 to lid acrei of tbli Brat nrulultujlp for liKinpiiml totoicco A of this hemp nod tnlwhco Inml him Crt In t luegm for the lat ire yean Till farm lie well and line u brick itw lenreon It Thin l n Hue farm If 1wl1I to lt tin ulHiut It you run llncl in nt rte ro l lrnw of ItU JoiinlnHftln Ln milder KyJOIIS M OtlAND LIX IRANI 120- 0Lexington Kentucky TO Old Point Comfort and Return Via Chesapeake R Ohio ny Monday ily 23d Saturday Aug H 15 days JiUllt good for stOPOVCI8111 the mountains S e 1te aT Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in Ha neseSaddleiy Ac STANFORD KENTUCKY Office Phone tai Home Phone 15 JLBeazleyCo Undertakers and Embalm ers Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingsRugs They wuTexcbange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY v PARKERS HAIR BALSAM Iftntft oD txtutinu th till tunvxe Inittmnl rwwln Never rail to llMtora Or jr lUIr to itl YeuthtuiCotorattn tIP lecalUnt 11 L PUBLICSALEI OliTTRHPAYJtTIY81 t HfiTf IlIr of the Hoard of will offIT lit blddethrcroiiml on Hut nfunl pike rnntalnlng acre morn or le The lint IIl1nl U n lioo brick structure and could emlly ie made II rmlilvnce without n prtntdenl of rout will take phlcr at tuup x J 1 UAUKBItHtlflllIr Desirable Home For Sale I Wloh to sell rlvnti lv my home on Im canter Avenue Therenldeiicr Iii tWIIatllry Iris tilt bulldliiK of event roams and Js iplelitlld repair Tilt outliouwinni newail ronvfiilent Tile eontalna nuroo lIf laud cud lays well forllllolllrlltllInKUnll on niv rr further particular W K N11tN halt HUUdonl Kv Waynisburg Marble and Gran- Ite Works HARRY JACOBS Proprietor Dvnlor In mid Manufacturer of Granite Monuments Marble ltalw I Letters n HjwclnitvOltlca and work Wiiyneiburs tt Agt n NOTICE I 1hntPtwo liirco IUHt rom fur unit Ht orliimlo ackctltlr count one ol tlittnu sit tin other aoxB with two fwd 1111 room ami njnn to ion worth ol gnPMI inprclmiKllms tlirw town lot cotilallillli stem XS amts one wnmhoiiMi 11UMA t Mxl twotlory tlw llliiK t Rood cottam rut mill UilKHnnn nit new- AnnusltdguernlnwrchfIwmso1111111 to IMMDnytMir Over a e wldlcouklaldsr elmtnut sad nlim tint her Alto moot AAIJIU fwt of popl r whlli imk elmtnut and 111 lumlnr on ntloki Aleut tlve miltS lrom ndlroltdto lust rom Ing Into Ihs ubove tiotindiiry of IlinlMr Write for further Ktrtlcular J A Wool Orlnmlo ky PUBLIC SALE ndmliilitmtor dP lams non with t11q tllnunexwlof ivo W Jaiiux I will or- Mvr miAY AiHUJMTs tiG sit maul f I M UII th Itrulsds mfllt for- idiom imbllu outcry ht following rval 1tntl Klr t the homi place of the lisle Iv Jmne roiitalnlHK ulaut W nerixi or kind on there n nw brlk haute of rtwtll nud nil nrCenry Ith d1111 nil nnd roust of thx Innsruing Ol tIt eurporiiln limit of CrnbOrohnrd- mvondjihe friimeilwelllnK haute and lot UII the Im side at lain trrI In Orllb rehurd Kynow oMruiflml by Mr M V term will tot nnnouiieed on day of wlr J IAXToit Ailmr Ac Morris Perkins General Insurance and R al Estate Agents Grab Orchard Ky Vfe are prepared to write Iniurunce Life Accident Fire or Tornado And solicit the busier of the cltlieni Ihe Kail Knd None but the Isst compnn I rwprB enteil- flicclie with Crab Orchard Banking Co eve n talk with tit Infore tilnolns your In iraiice of nnewlng old llcU i UIt your property with to mid we ell lor you charging you only n until per cent Lis tr e vsala I PRESCRIPTIONS I THREE THINGSI I other are tion not write a wo in IntelligenceI Uicit undorxtnndiiig that they are to go in always nnd he I knows they WILL go in when I you bring his order to us I Stanford D mS1V K RECK Price Reduction 11Llatt- atWe have reduced the- Price 25 Per Cent on all Lawns Batistes and Fancy White GoodseW E PERKINS Crab Orchard Ky Prices Ghaned j Beginning Inilny wo will rcduco the price on all strictly SiimiuOr Goods Wo tan only mention n few things to show you tho genuine of tho state inontCLnilitf Oxfords Ultra Sfl to SaO Ladies Oxfords Uroek port 2iiO to82j Ladles Oxltrtl 82 to 8 lJO Ladies Oxfords SlfiO to 81 Mans Porto Rican Straw 250 to 150 Mans Yacht Straw 150 to JI e Slnna PnCont Ovfqnl Walkover llo 88 traits Putunt Oxfonl illU4w S4 tbj88 Ions Tan Oxford MRtuV L WO to 82JO Mans 2Piece Double Breasted Suit 15 to 10 tMans 2 Piece Double Breasted Suits 1250 to 850 Mans 2Piece Double Breast ed Suits 10 to 7 These prices are on the cream of the stock JAildesirable goods at remarkably low prices r HT J McROBBRTSrs- Il STANFORD KENTUCKY r Summer Comfort and Cleanliness The pores of the skin are responsible for most complexion troubles Summer dust the stain of vacation travel combined with the grease of perspiration clog and stifle the pores Keep them clear and healthy so that the natural oils may do their work of softening the ski- nPOMPEIAN MASSAGE CREAM withdraws every particle of impurity from the pores all the way throughand gently exercising the facial muscles round them out to perfect development blackheads and wrinkles immediately disappear but the natural glow of health- GENEROUS If you call at our store we will gladly give you SAMPLE free a generous sample of the cream and a copy FREEof the famous book A Tnttin nt Fatitl Mtnap PENNYS DRUGSTOREsrAi- VFoID KKNTtTKY on rnOT i- BISUITST I 1 e er I hove one steel range left for 01or coal Four high shelf and warming closet with reservoir A bargain tlpI810 Coino quick to Aid ridgcu Alco tin work heating pumps IsSTANFORD H Tinner and Plumber ldgei i I I raaens11o wadsrtadseIs aasslsaI snn on on Give Your Children an Education SUE BENNETT MEMORIAL SCHOOL Established 10 years lens had n rapid continual growth Nino Depart locals nti follows Academic Normal Intermediate Primary Music Business Industrial Physical Culture and Biblical The cost is entail instruction thorough location healthful influence wholesome Write for Catalogue ff Jc LEWIS PRINCIPAL LONDOIS KY Ti 44 tl NEW FALL SKIRTS We have just received Dur first shipment of Fall Skirts Come in and see the newest styles New Grey Shadow Plaids and BlackI Panamas KY Auu 3 IDOG DELICIOUS Ico Cream Soda at ionnY1I Drug Store PERSONALS Miss BBSSIB HILL to threatened wllh fever MR sever days at Mg C B SAMMON was up rrom Mercor Wixliiusdoy Mils M H EUUANK8 of the Hubbl vicinity te quite dok MIM HALLIB UBNTON of Loxlngton to with tho Mleeea Lutes 1 MIM LILLIE McCLARV of Knoxvllle to with Mrs Mattie Novlus- Mu AND Mite JAMUB Coooii of tho Voat End are both improving MR ROY MILLBK of PltUburj Pale the guest of Miss Roberta OtJannon Mean NANCY POUCII of Somerset to the Kuestof hiss Martha Mcnofco MR GEOIUIK S SIIEUIY of Pone City Okla is visiting the homef oiks at Arcadia Mit JAMUtt 11 CARSON of Crab Orchard Is with hU brother Mr Wd Carson Rev J W HAGIN has joined hU wire and children at Mr John F Ca ha near Turnersvile Miss SARA DANIBLS who has been with Mill Jennie Lynn returned to her home at Paris yesterday r MRS WILL DAVIS who has been via I lung her brother Mr W L McCarty returned to Pinevllle Tuesday MRS J A BLAIN of Hustonvlllo t and Mil s Sallio Hawkins of Corbiri were guests of the Misses Ellis MR M E WILSON of Lula Miss I passed through Wednesday to visit Mr James I Hamilton at Lancaster MR W It DUNHAM is back fret Lawton Okla near which place he bought a big tract of farming land TUB Danvlllo Advocate says that lion W J Prlco has gone to Asburj Park New York to tako a much need cd rest MRS J RANDOLPH llAnnm of Tur rmrtvllle has typhokl favor Mrs Sa i bra McClure of Crab Orchard Is nurs- Ing hero r MR BOWMAN SMITH and family 01 Maryville Tonn are visiting the t family or Mr G S McKinney in tho ML Salem section MIM JBNNU LYNN left yesterday ror a visit to her sisters Mrs W Logai Wood at Danville and Mrs Joseph E f Claunch at Somerset Mn JOHN M MOUNT who buys foi tho Nicola Lumber Co of Pittsburgh Wednesday with hhl Ia was hero t uncle Mr H J McUoberts MRS W N CRAIG of Stanford with little niece Nancy KatherIne McKIn vey Is tho guest of her sister Mrs S M Sauflcy Frankfort Journal HUGH UBID FOSTBU won in the boys Tiding rinK at the Danville fair Wcdnoa day defeating a Hold of five lie rode his groat Shetland stallion Dock Gray WALTER G SAUNDHRS who is hero from Beaumont Texas tolls us that he Is holding down the third trick tot tho Santa Fe In tho dispatchers olllco at his town MRS WILLIAM CAHILL of Oakland Cal who is visiting Mrs T W Gooch in tho West End was a caller at this olllco yesterday She was accompanied- by her niece Miss Gertrude Gooch tho home ofA LITTLE son arrived at Mr and Mrs II Rowan Saulley Toes day morning to further bless tho union of that couple The handsome little fellow has been christened Henry Rowan Saufley for his father I Mn JAMBS I WHITE Is back from a f trip to Cynthiana and other towns in that section of tho State where ho sold Orchard Concentrated Wn lots of Crab ter Ho drove through and reports tho best corn crop he ever saw WOODSON who for tho MR MATT past year has been n resident of this city left yesterday for Middlceboro where ho will reside in tho future For the present his family will remain in f this city Mr and Mrs W Logan Wood have moved into their handsome home which was recently com 1new The friends i plated on Maple avenue of Mrs R Leo Tcrhuno of Bradford sville will be glad to learn that she is very much Improved after a severe spell of sickness Mrs Vie W Owens of Leewood W Va will be with her t cousin Mrs Forest Johnson during the Fair Miss Rose Sandidge of Hus will arrive this week to be tho ItonvlUe Bueat Miss Louise SimmsAdvocate + 5 In C A Cox of Corbin was In town MR Guo D IIOPIFR and lion Jpsopl are upending u few days at Drlppini Springs Dit PERCY BBNTON and Mr JohnI Robins of Brodhead worn hero yes RoiLEY who Is traveling for a picture house Is at home hero for a few days PROP W S YOUNG made his cousin Mrs Minerva Kirk of Lancaster a pleasant visit last week MRS MATTIB WITHERS Miss Mattie Hays Owslcy and Miss Pearl Burnsid aro at Crab Orchard Springs Junri WM Myths of Hustonvillo took Wednesdays train for London to look after his timber interests MR W P WALTON and family o Lexington left yesterday for a two weeks sojourn at Atlantic City MR J S UNDERWOOD and pretty daughter Miss Poachlo Adams Under wood of Morcland paid this office a call Tuesday MRS RODMAN KKBNON has returned from Bradfordsvlllc where she was with her sister Mrs Terhune who lias been quite ill Frankfort Journal MRS B F WALTER and Misses Kathleen and Mayme Walter of Lancaster and Mr G A Walter of KinKs vllle were guests of Miss Molllo Wai terMISS BERTHA ENOCII has accepted an offer from tho principal of the Colored State Normal School at Greoly Col to teach In the manual training depart ment Somerset Dispatch MR SCKBFKRI WRIGHT who has been wltn Pennys Drug Store for sev oral months left yesterday for Day- tona Fla to accept a position Ills wife and baby accompanied him LOCALS SR RAIN thweek at 0 good style good cloth Severance Son NEW red polka dot lawns and swissci on the bargain table this week Sever anced Sots- IIUNKY SHEARER was fined f2li In Judge Warrens court on tho charge or dynamiting in Dix River FOR RENT The storeroom on Lancaster street just vacated by Garland Singleton Apply at this of Ice WOODSON MAY assistant secretar of the Somerset fair Sept 4 5 0 7 has our thanks for complimentary tick eta RBAO carefully tho splendid speech of lion S W Hagor candidate ror governor which appears on our fourtl page ENTHR the Richmond Business Col lego and prepare for good positions 60 goo l students wanted for good post lions NEWS comes from Hustonvillc that the Ilnstonvillo fair association will come out oven any way and may possi bly declare a small dividend CAMPIIRLL PBTTUS the now drug firm of Lincoln county have moved to tho residence of Bccchor Ithorer in Wilmore Jessamine Journal A LAWKBNCEHURG dispatch says that lion Harvey Helm of Stanford can didate for Congress spoke to largo and enthusiastic crowds at Alton and Tyrone Wednesday r I WILL run a twohorse hack between itanford and McKinney next week on ccount of tiro teachers Institute Will ave room to carry all passengers and mggago A II Holtzclaw mail car rim THE Danville fair begun Wednesday with n largo crowd present and a mag ilflccnt lot of stock on hand Lincoln runty was well represented by both copo and stock Wednesday and yesterday Tim of crs Kentucky young people superior vantages for obtaining n thorough business education and has calls for moro graduates than it can furnish and wants 50 more good atunents at once Positions guaranteed HANK TOCKI wileCfd at public fiction on Monday Aug 13th county ourt day five shares of stock in the National Bank of Huatonvlllo Sale will take place in front of the court house at 1 oclock r M W H Harris executor Mrs M B McAliater SUnnER Your Summer needs can be supplied a1 our store We are keeping the people want Remember all Summer Goods are going at Reduced Prices BBTTEH take today off and go to tho Danville fair TimE Institute will be held In the Christian church next week II C RUPLEY la receiving his rnll simples of clothing Call and Jeo them RACIIBL LACKEY colored aged 5 died near Crab Orchard Tuesday of tu bercufosis DONT forget the 176 excursion tQ Louisville Sunday Train leaves Star ford at 0 A u THE privileges of the colored fair to be held at Stanford Aug 8 9 10 can be had by application to Henry Lojjar AGENT J S RIce went to Shelby City Wednesday and transferred tho L N agency at that place Irom George Hunn to W C SIlcox IF you have town property or a rarm for sale or rent or want to buy or rent let the Central Kentucky Real Estati Exchange Title Co know It TOE Richmond Business College wants 50 bright young men and women to prO pare for good positions at once Wnt for information Positions guaran teed TOE Stanford Colored Fair Tvlll begin in all of ita glory Wednesday and continue until Friday This office has just gotten out the premium list forth occasion TilE streets are being repaired witb a vengeance Rock by tho dozens 01 wagon loads are being spread and the pleasure of driving in town is a thing of the past THE second reunion of the Gentry family will be held Sept 3 to 10 at Bethcny Park Ind The first reunion was held several years ago at Crab Or chard Springs MR H C RUPLEY sold yesterday to Mr George D topper his handsom home on East Main Street for 3000 Mr Ruplcy has no idea of leaving Stanford but will by a smaller home Tim handsome monument to be erect ed to the memory of Col W G Welt by Mrs W G Welch has arrived and will be set up next week It is mIlS rive 25 feet high bcautifullly proper tloned and altogether a magnificen piece of work TilE sad news comes from Libert that Henry Raines a prominent young business man of that place Is dead or typhoid fever lie was a son of Ex Judge Raines and is survived by his wife and several children Mr Rhine and Mr Joe P Wilkinson were associated in tho general merchandise busl ness and were the leading merchants or their town CORNS CURED Corn Exit will posl ively remove corns In four days The reatment is simple and pleasant and we absolutely guarantee to refund tho loney to each and every customer those corns aro not promptly removed with entire satisfaction A bottle of this great preparation only costs 15 cents and nothing if a perfect cure is not speedily effected G L Penny ruggiat Stanford Ky TRIAL MONDAY JesseFitzgerald tHo Negro murderer of Mrs Robert 3roughton in Knox county and Annie ilenson his accomplice will be tried at Jarbourvillc Monday at a special term or the circuit court At that time the governor will probably be called upon ror additional State troops to assist the local company in preventing a lynching Indignation Is high In the Fighting Creek section of the county says a dispatch and only the quick removal of the prisoners last week prevented a loublo lynching as the local State guards on duty were regarded as too ew for the mobs which had assembled So quietly was the work of re moving toe prisoners conducted that the militia on duty did not know of the for eight hours Fitzgerald is said to have committed two other murders for tho purpose of robbery lie Is also said to have been implicated In tho gang which last year committed levernl burglaries in Barbourvlllc This gang was broken up by tho shooting of ono member while in tho act of break Ing into a store and the capture of two others Fitzgerald and the woman vho are in jail hero for safekeeping will likely be taken to Bnrbourviilc Sunday tIIeMi reapers for sale Got our prll cosoJ L Bcozloy Co OLYMPIAN SPRINGS is now open for the treatment of rheumatism nervousness Indigestion constipation liver kidney and bladder troubles Best of satisfaction F M Sims propr THERE will be a meeting at the court house Saturday afternoon at 3 oclock All those interested in the cause of temperance throughout the county are requested to attend It is very important that every precinct be well represented By order of committee Large sums of money are being dis tributcd in San Francisco by the soun Insurance companies which havo now settled practically all of their Individual to the figures of the City Electrician Chicago has saved f323805 in the past 18 years by the municipal ownership of Its electric lighting plant The internal revenue collections in Kentucky for the fiscal year amounted to 2146903368 Kentucky was the fourth State in the amount of revenue paid For Sale I Having located permanently In Mt Ster ling Ky I olTc r for sale nt n luirpnln my de ilniblp reiiclcnce on Huttonvlllt 1111 Wtnn lord For piirttculiim write me nt lit- MtrllllltKyofJtt W M Bright nt the Lincoln County National Hank JOHN J JOSEF Give Me Your Order I Can Please You rrndymade clothing when there ll Whybuy difference In the price ol high crftde readymode inlti nnd a lult made to your raciuuruimmt token by no experienced tailor hate II handsome line Hprlng nnd Bummer goods I can make from n low price bUllnlu IUIt to the Uncut droll iiilt Alto overcoat trnuteri nnd fnncy vests The company I represent ti one of the but H C RUPLEY the Tailor DIALIR til iffUlsk Brandu Wines Beer Glaars Etc I KY Pronfl a4 toilt ntuntlon Nothing Ibe todrink Mall phone cr tilting oiditi rtctlvt troat attention It not sold privately I will on Aug 155 N on the tlIIblnt J11N TION CITY KYotIer lor sale The Shelby Mfg Canning Cos Property Oonilktlngot bout H ncreof land factory Imlldlnv whirl has out WW It noor pace oqe 2b horse power englin1 one horMi ixiwer Uiller liiltequlpini of Onn nine umchlnerv with rnpiiclty of IW 0 cimi uf fruit or vugftHlile tier day JAUU eimity 3pound cimi with lolilerliein raw Tht- lot is well locntfd on the L A N railroad nnd Ittuft f et from the O depot The linlMIHK U well rultiKl for iiuwt any kind of muturn turing enlerprlse or would nlllk a for rehaiulllng tolmc o Par on or nd Iron Shelby Mfg Canning Co JAM D HIIKIIIT Mgr SALE I Uml Htllto ROIl 1enonnl to movo tnOklnhonin I will nt III form f inllee West of drab- n4urrdonthcCrab Orchunl it Hulls flap- Sul on- HATUIU AY AlHI lira oinin nclng promptly lit oclock tllthe following erIINrt property My nrin If not fold privately Ixfore of WK icreN aincrVnof which good bottomland IIml till bnlanco Is gnus and corn land Thl urn Is nil In grass now except acres 1hll farm iontnliiH one lwulllng with 1nulII1I104l medical free tOll uprlng on the arm good mm and nil kinds of necessary outbuild orchard nnd garden This Turin IIIIKroOtI and convenient to churches hoots fudon Itiiml Hotite No1 In n ood nelKhlxirhood and U ono nmong the lenlthlett plncs In the Htate of Kentucky Thl hunt will In sold for cati and this re nbtderIn12ondayears with alter cent ntenitt from date of Mile nod Ilin retained Oil the farm for pmvlmsu money The ixTsoiial proMirty conslnti of one tnil ile and harness horse milk cow nnd cllhIxtrll milk row chugs lot of chick 111811 larii white ducks 2horto wagon harne buggy and hamex corn heller IgtMKl harrow nnd n lot of fnrmlni tool Middle inn ns saddle boil mnrlile top drvcxvr good an new slx Inl lax Hove good an new alrtlght IlIlIhr ante cane lotlonr chairs 2 r wkers1 coInt Imby buggy l kitchen tables K Mlrrl1 of iiiolaweii of clover hay In burnt of wheat tho growing crop will ulllA In the heaves Many other things too tedious to nentlon Any Ia rent desiring to look nt hU hunt will call on Able Hrjrnnt nt the rirm or write to him nt Htnnfonl Kfn1 Il No or J r tihnndlcr tllll tKDNoi ABLE MYANT Jot J P Chandler Auctioneer b w1 AMERICAN CORSETS r We have just on sale a bran new stock of new shape in the very pop ular Lady Brand 1 SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KENTUCKY IISTANFOnt GerblnI yestelyI Business YOUR NEEDS merchandise proceedings option lossesAccording Residence Dapl Traylor SKSTOpIS STANFORD PUBLIC SALE Wednesday 506a- t fartherlnfortlntlencull PUBLIC Iroiwrty- hnvliltCdeturniliird weliinlltu3ardand- road 8118ROIIIPrllll1I soldintofstdcorn VLADY placed Corsets American r J i MidSunner Clearance i Sale I i t i 25 Per Cent Reductioni i on OxfordsStraw i Hats and Un derwear 15 00 Oxfords less 25 per cent 83 75 3 50 Oxfords less 25 per cent jk3 00 Oxfords lea 25 per cent 2 25 2 50 Oxfords less 25 per cent 1 88 i2 00 Oxfords less 25 per cent 159 150 Oxfords less 25 per cent 1 2 00 Straw Hats less 25 per cent 1 i 1 00 Straw Hats less 25 per cent 13i50 Underwear less 25 per cent 25 Underwear less 25 per cent 1 00 Underwear less 25 per cent 75 i CUMMINSMCLARY iSTANFORD KY L s+ sstia wveewe ti el+ sws ++lltllll F t4MY +F IIIf FF ttt+ 3111111li IJIIIt NLOT1+ Wehave just received a new lot ofiBeauty Pins Waist Sets Hat Hair Pins Barrettes Barrette SetsI lean 1llck combs And Belt Buckles See our assort ment before it is picked over ++ +++ ++E ILM RUBY CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes 5 and 10 Cent Ware Opera House Block Opposite Court House STANFORD KENTUCKY tllliIII1I 4t1UIIIIU 711A613ROPENS CAMPAIGN- r I Vigorously Answers Hays at Mt Ster ling r MONTGOMERY DEMOCRATS GIVE HIM A WARM WELCOME AND TURN OUT IN FORCE TO HEAR IHIM NOTWITHSTANDING IN CLEMENT WEATHER GOOD WORK OF STATE ADMINISTRA TION PROVEN TO SATISFACTION OF ALL Special to State Journal lit Sterling ICy July 16 Judge SW Stager opened hie campaign for the gov araorshlp here this afternoon speaking Before a largo assemblage of tho repro sentative Democrats of Montgomery and the adjoining counties who camo In tc bear him notwithstanding the very In alement weather Attorney C D Grubbs Introduced him Judge linger spoke for a little over n hour Ho reviewed the good record of the present Democratic ndmlnlstra Uon and answered to the fullest satis factIon of every Democrat present the distorted and malicious charges made by Attorney General Hays against the conS duet ot tho state government He took a Judge S W Hager wp the attack In detail and decisively and finally proved tho vjclous anSI fnisi position taken on each subject by the Attorney General Judge linger aroused much enthusiasm among his hearers and was also given the heartiest expressions of support irhrn he had finished The Democratic leaders as well as the rank antI file gave him the warmest assurances that as for as his race for Governor Ifcon cerned no factional differences will le allowed to maintain In Montgomery HP wasj IrijKd the united support qf the Dcti of the county In his rac- eAtfJtao linger hud finished hU ad- drestiStinator J W Newman rind It C Grenshnw candidates for Commissioner of Agriculture and Hubert Vreeland ORiildAto for Secretary of State spoke crowd Judge lagers speech was In full ai foUowlIIJudge Hagers Addres- sIeIlnwIemncintThc time Is np ireaching when the Democracy of Ken aicky Is to make quadrennial choice of Rs standard bearers for the several state aftlccs for the election of 1147 nnd for the felectlon of n Vnltod Slates Sena tor anti that Democracy which has sever faltered In Its devotion con IK relied upon at this time as In former Tear to display wisdom In Its choice The events transpiring In recent years yea of recent months nnd disclosed be fore an astonished world reveal tho ex Istenre of corruption In almost every department of government as well In tho Industrial centers of our country growing out of Republican rule and Re publican policies and give cauie for the abiding hope of the democracy of thf country for the success of tho Demo oratlc party and Its principles not only the fcveral state elections Intervening Between this time nnj the providential election but also that there will be ole vnfed to the chief magistracy of our nation In November 1W3 that Idol of the people that magnetic and peerless ledd er that true cltlren wise statesman and nolilo patriot William Jennings Bryan Bryan For President In 1908 The time Is ripe for the Democracy In every slgn of the times there It luminous promise everywhere and In ntr state the party Is full of enthusi astic hope We have been living as were at the outer walls of the city 01 promise but Unless all sign tall tht election of 1903 will sound th death knoll at Republicanism herald the triumph 01 Democracy and proclaim to the world the victory of the people over the Influ enc of corporate greed and fostering protection find in that triumph the Davld that slay this giant will be by unanimous choice of tho Democratic pcrtylour own beloved Bryan Whn that shall transpire and that IL wlllJII Just ni sure all that nJwak nod people nro8ollcltous tortheIirfwclK mIng we will enter tho gates of the city of promise and hope and come Into our own As tho Democratic party has al ways been dlgnlnod In defeat In victory It will bo moderate It the party of the people its battles nre the peoples battles It has survived the fortunes of princes and of monarchs It has knowlI Its defeats and has had Its triumphs but In victory or defeat It has always been the same the enemy of the poll cies which favor the few to the exclu stun of the many From every defeat no matter how overwhelming or Inglori ous It has arisen fresh and vigorous to offer battle In behalf of the people against corporate usurpation and has never faltered even at the last ditch Like all good things It can not perish It may for a time ba subdued and rest In the shadows but when tho battle cry of the great common people Is sounded It rallies to their standard What other political party could have so long survived tho long years of suc cessive defeats In our national elections The Whigs Know Nothings and all other parties suffering a few defeats disintegrated became as a dream and passed Into oblivion leaving only as a reminder of their existence a few trace en the political history of our nation But the Democratic party as strong In Its Integrity and as vigorous as In Its greatest triumphs still lives the pillar of the peoples hope and stalwart defender of their rights It lives nnd wjujcantlnuo to live so long as justice needs a cham pion and so long as equality before tho law and In governmental affairs shall be a part of the fabric of our republican form of government And why has this great party stir vived the disasters of the past De cause It Is founded on tho broad prin ciples of Justice and equal right to all becausp espouses the cause of all the people and not a special few because It believes In the constitution as almost a divine Instrument and favors following It because It In opposed to the high pro teethe tariff that robs the consumer to enrich the producer because In tine II Is bullded on thoso lofty principle embodied In the first Inaugural of Jefferson the great founder of our party and con stituting our party creed from that time to the present Platform of Jefferson It better platform has never been de vised the touchstone of which Is equal and exact justice to all men and bless legs of government secured by restrain- Ing men from Injuring one another leav ing them otherwise free to regulate their own pursuits and not taking from the mouth of labor the bread It has earned Suet was the party of Jefferson such the party of Jackson and such Is It In this good year of the 20th century hoary with age but as vigorous as when the sun rose In old Virginia and shed Its splendor upon its Infancy This historic party of the people Is rich In having as its fearless falthfn and conscientious advocate the peerless William Jennings Bryan not of Nee braska but of the United States at large whom prophecy has named our next President Misappropriation of Trust Funds The world stands appalled at the startling disclosures of the corruption exposed by the Investigation of Insurance oompanles whoso ofllcers out of the trust funds that had been placed In their hands for the protection of widows and orphans contributed to the National Republican Commltteo stupendous sums In return for which they were to receive governmental favor and protection and such legislation as they might require regardless of the rights of the citizens of these United States When confront ed with their turpitude they not only lid not deny it but brazenly attempted to justify It on the ground of expediency Our moral senses liave boon shocked by other similar Instances Republican Party Comprqmlses With Crime RtollUblleanand forgetting tho sacred trust that war aanflded to It of a sound and eebnnmtctil government for the benefit of alP the people It has delegated Us governmental powers to corporations and entered Into a combine with them In consideration ot these corrupt contributions made to promote Its succors With the Democratic party there Is no compromise with crime Its policies are grounded on higher loftier and nobler principles Even the Republican President at Washington ha become a disciple of Democratic policies that In 1906 and 1000 were denounced throughout the land as heresies or as the dreams of a visionary and is fount advocating and promoting the things Bryan has stood for these past ten years Kentuckys Part In Battles Now my friends what part hall our beloved Kentucky played In the preset vation and perpetuation of Democratic principles and Democratic beliefs and the principles and Democratic success With the exception of when tho party was dsrnpted and torn asufidcr by reason of the money question which was the con trolling Issue In that campaign and when the Republican party had exacted from corporations the most stupendous corruption fund known to American politer Kentucky has always cast her elec oral vote for the Democratic candidates In when those composing the pres ent state administration wero candidates before the people they were elected by a majority of 27000 the largest majority that had been given any candidate In Kentucky In almost a quarter of a cen tury Again In a presidential year when every state that had ever cast Its vote for n Republican candidate and very state that was conslil red doubtful cat It electoral vote for Mr Roosevelt the Republican candidate for President Jilt Korjtucky standing as the bulwark of Democracy truo to her faith and her tradition loyal In her devlUon to De mocracy unmoved by the siren and deceiving voice of tho corruptlonlst cast her untrammeled and loyal vote for the Democratic candidate for President by 12000 majority And why has Kentucky remained thus loyal Why when all the doubtful states turned the other way lId she remain steadfast and unmov able Recaug of her loyalty to Demo ratio teachings and her faith In the present state administration This ad ministration elected by such a handsome majority and entrusted by tho people ftltn the affairs of the state has given to Kentucky an honest faithful and m p m hfinngserW jj has been given them to see tho right Kentucky Out of Debt When It was my honor to assume the responsibility of a member ot the state administration Kentucky had a bonded debt of ono million dollars hanging over her and a tax rato of BH cents on the one hundred dollars Since then the bonded debt has been wiped out the school term has been Increased to six months an annual appropriation ot SIS 000 has been paid to the State College 115000 a year Is being paid to the Chil drens Home Society whose benofleent work In applauded In every county in this commonwealth 75000 has been appropriated and paid for maintaining Ken tuckys exhibits at the St Louis Ripest tion CJS9 In appropriations for th enlargement and Improvement of the asylums and penitentiaries a homo at the cost of has been established for the maintenance and support of the poor and unfortunate veteran of the losi cause who had the manhood and the courage to face even death in defense ot what he thought was right All this ha I been done with the tax rate reduced to- ro cents and today your state occupies before the world that most enviable position of a state absolutely tree from debt or obligation Few if any In all the sisterhood of states can boast ol such a splendid financial condition New Capitol- A capitol that will cost JlS50OOrt ll now under construction and will be completed before tho expiration of the term of the present state administration In architectural splendor and mechanical design It will be In keeping with the growth and glory of our proud common wealth Wave after wave may roll by weeping In Its resistless Course genera tions from the face of the eath yet will this magnificent building stand as a monument to the fidelity with which the Commissioners have discharged the trust committed to them No Increase In Tax Rite This will b done without Increase of the present rate of taxation and when the capitol Is completed the tax rate may be reduced As a member ol that administration I am proud of Itt record I am proud of the material de velopment I am proud of the confidence that has been reposed Ir It and that the unbounded resources of our mount ains and hills have become a fruitful field for the Investment of capital and proud that business commerce and man ufacture have laid aside their timidity shown their confidence In the party In power and that under the wise and con servative policies ot that party the busy hum of Industry lends Its music to the ear School Per Capital am proud also that the present ad mlnlstratlfn Is to pay this year the largest sum In amount and per capita qjer paid In support of the common schools of tho state and that while great honor Is arrogated and claimed by Pres ident Roosevelt for regulation of Interstate railroad rates equal or greater honor may bo claimed for our state exec utive and officials for exerting the full pwer of the law of the state to secure to the people of Kentucky just and reasonable rates and Impartial soriee from the railroads within principles felt ollke to the railroads and the people Account of Stewardship Now my felowcltlx ns for six and onehalf years I have occupied the post tion of a public servant four years as Treasurer and two and onehalf years as Auditor By virtue of those offices I have been a member of the Board of Valua tion and Assessment As Auditor I am chairman of the board The Jutv of this board Is to assess nil corporate Interests I have always sought without fear or favor to require all such Interests to bear their Just and due proportion of the burden Of taxation nnd have tout forth an earnest effort to eompcl the corpora lions to come up to the lull requirements of the revenue laws antI to ptactt all In crests on an equal rooting In the matter of taxation The value of corporate fronclilMM have been materially increased during my terfuro In oftlo antI this has been accomplished without undue op pression of any Interest In strict com pliance with the law against which no protest can be registered While accom pUshing these results It has always been my omloavor to so administer the responsibilities of this office as to en courage and invite capital to Invest In this state antI I am plcaaed to note a most gratifying Increase in foreign capi tal which Is seeking and finding Invest ment here Should I receive tho nomi nation and be elected to the office to which I aspire my attitude will continue the ramo and as far as lies In my power I will see that the laws of the common wealth are Impartially enforced without tear of favor ro that the prime Jeats of government ere attained In securing to all the people of the state the rights of life liberty property and the pursuit of happiness Manner of Campaign- It Is my purpose to conduct this campaign upon a high plane nnd with a dignity commensurate with the honor able and exalted position to which my ambition lends me to anolro No word of Invective or abuse shall characterize any utterances of mine tar when this context Is ended I want the victor whether It be myself or my opponent to have the support of a united Dumocracy thereby assuring ultimate triumph over the common enemy This Is n contest for supremacy with in the Democratic household and I would not Indulge the character of campaign that would likely result In the accumulation of campaign material to be util ized bjr the Republicans In 1107 Cen Hays Complaint My opponent Mr Hays In his open Ing speech at New Castle drew a gen eral Indictment agalnttt the Democratic administration which In exrewH of Irony he terms a machine There are only two charges In his Indictment that the statute of limitation has not run against Every chargo except the one termed Aruhlttcts ices and tho ona termed Salary rrbatwr Is made against the administration whose term closed on tho first Monday In Jan uary 1MI when the present administra tion ot which Mr Hays Is a member assumed control of the affairs of the state In 1103 the nominations for state officers wero made In a primary election no principles or policies being enunciated In a platform The manner In which the affairs of the state were being conduct ed BY the Democratic adpilnlstratlon was promulgated as the platform upon which the campaign of 1903 was based and every cpcaksr from every platform extolled In language of burning eloquence the wisdom conservatism and economy that marked the leading oharacterlstlci of that administration Upon that plea and upon that platform Mr hays and tho rest of us were elected by the Urges majority received by a state ticket fur nearly a quarter of a century Gen hays equally with other offlclali constituting the present state administration was elected to administer the af fairs of the state with a double responsi bility not only to tho Democrats of Ken tucky whose representatives they boo camo but to all tho people of the state For myself I have Inteproted that com mission from party and people to da rather than shunning or not doing and standing by for the purpose of criticizing It Is a trite saying that It U much easlei to bo critical than to bo correct Whlli not claiming for myself or associates In fallibility In acts I do claim for then and myself that In all admlnlslrntlvi duties we have brought to their dlschargl the very best Judgment of which WI wero capable and have discharged then duties with an eye single to tho best Interests of the taxpaying public and to tho glory and renown ot tho state whose agents we are It is a fair comment on his speech to say that In ac cusing others who have with us single minded purpose as ho can claim endeavored to serve the state ho lamclj attempts to excuse himself These criticisms are mainly directed to the several heeds of public printing architects foes Increase of Lax and ex penditure With your Indulgence I will brUfl note tho criticisms In the order In whlct he has seen proper to speak of them Public Printing Under the law of the state publiC printing U let to the lowest bidder U four separate and distinct classed BIds unto received upon different classes and the question to be first determined by the Printing Commission at determIning the compensation to be paid Is as to the class to which the particular printing bo Icnjrs In the Teachers Registers and Trustee Record Hooks a question arose as to which class that character of work belonged It was fully discussed befon the board and afterwards referred to the lion Clifton J Pratt the then Attorney General of Kentucky then and always regarded as a conscientious and abli lawyer and It was determined by hire as a matter of legal construction as well as by the board that valJ class ot work belonged to the second clnsi end the work so classified was paid for under the contract utthe contract price no more and no less This whole question was considered by nn Investigating eommlttiM appoint ed by the Senate of Kentucky which after hearing all tho evidence made re port completely exonerating members ol the board of any unlawful or Improper net fixing the blame upon the term of tho law and not In Its administration by members of the board Bannte Journal fSOl I 115 etc And again whether the work was first or second class was the question presented In suit tiled by Gen Hays Ir the Fiscal Court of the suite That court decided as Attorney General Pratt and the members ot the board had previous 1ecldet1 that the work In question belonged to the econd class If Gen hays Is slnNre in his crit icism that the taxpaying public Imi been outraged In the particulars fluted by him It Is open to him to carry this law question to the Court of Apttouli which as I nm advised he has not done May I venture a layman opinion that the people have constituted the count as final arbitrators In mutters of lega eontraierslc and that he would better try hi ci before that nlsti tribunal Ill tore venturing criticism of the nets ant motive of Ills fellowmemlxr State Capitol and Architects Fees I have already referred o the work of the commission In providing a plan and material that will result In Ken tucky having a capital building worthy of the lt aspiration at her people At I rrad Oen hays criticism It is that the Capitol CommtMlon hi to bo ceo sured because It did not aeeapt the plant of B K Slyer of IHlnlt Mleh at cost of J1SG0 promising n completion of a capitol at JSKOO Potty or more arch itect wore In oompelltlan Mr Mym was never before tho board Kven Gen Hays did not vote for his plan and what n capitol built upon tho plans ot Mr Myers would have proved to be ot course Is a matter of mere conjecture The cotnmln nncrs were pleased to re gard Kentucky as equal In character and dignity to any gentleman of1 tho stilts or countryand entitled to the very best result In the matter of constructing capitol It did not Interpret Its tuttle to mean that It WIII going about to obtain a handmedown suit but to get In construction material and finish a good fit meaning n result that would bonttlng In fair open competition Mr Andrew whose work is attested ns te elllMeney In the mngnlncnt new hotel lately constructed at Louisville anti one In process of construction nt Cincinnati and whose reputation is of the very best was selected The fees to be paid for supervlrlon am less than those proscrIbed by the American Association of Arch tects And whatever tho rot of the build ing are limited to forty thousand dol lars and the payment of thlll sum If safeguarded by provision of the contract that It Is payable only upon completion of the building- I admit It to be possIble that the board could have hired n cheap architect and that n capitOl building could have been erected out of material and con structed In a manner that would have materially reduced lie cost In this act and In all past nets I have had steadily In view the cardinal doctrine of Democracy of economy In public expenditure but I do not lie hove true economy to be synonymous with either stinginess or and claim that true economy vnr observed In getting the best construction under the best available superintendence Increase of Taxation 1011Ilctlt1year get of income and expenditure to serve ant con tract tar like expenditures In 1905 The plate as Individual citizen of the state has from natural causes experienced In crease of expenditures It would bo new doctrine for a parent to deny In crease of obligation to provide expense for a family of Increasing vlze It is not of the way to say thnt the popula tion of the state hog Increased more than per cent in tho tlmo mentioned and that the cost ot everything tht state u consumer must buy has greatly In cretstd Ate Auditor recognize the obliga lions and duties Incumbent upon the of flas In auditing claims and making car rect account of Incomo and expenditure The legislative department Imme diately representing then people tlxei both the amount antI sources of tax In tXllelwedExtraonllnary term of office by special itpproprlatloni of i the Legislature have been I7SUXU the Worlds Fair at St Louts IISOO an nually to the State College at Lexington 115000 to the Children Home Hoclely 116000 to the State Fair U70M to the Confederate Home and by Increasing thi school term from five to six months ni welt as many other smaller appropria lions not here necessary to mention While not culled upon to Justify the expenditures made further than showing they were made In obedience to law hereby undertake to vindicate the wisdom of each anti every one of these spe vial appropriations anti additional ex pease Interrogatories To Gen Hays Is On Hays wilting to affirm a Just cause of complaint that I II Auditor 01 the Democratic Stato Administration ol which he Is a member II censurable foi expending 7Suno for the purpose of pro viding a representation of Kentuckys re sources at the great World Fair In obe dience to the almost unanimous demand of every business Interest of the state Will he ray that the money of the people has been unjustifiably wasted Ir tho appropriation of thu sum of llSni to the Childrens Home a homo ant refuge for tho orphan poor of the state Will ho make like complaint of tin appropriation of 115000 annually In support of the State College Does he complain that the added cos of Increasing the school term from five 10 six months Is a iirofllirUa waste the money ot the people Will he affirm that valid objection ex ists against the appropriation made tot the Home of the Confederate Veteran In face of the gallantry and chivalry 01 those members of the State Legislature making the appropriation who thouitl Federal soldier voted for and favored this annual contribution from the cot fer of a rich and proud commonwealth to those heroes whostfagu IRS been overtaken by disease or poverty and foi whose comfort It Is an honor to the state to provide am persuaded that generous Ken tucklans will not linen with patience t a voice that Is directed against bonrfac tlons to the old soldier or enlarged con tributions to further the education of the young people of the state Other appropriations made have beer to tha- Frankfort penitentiary In lMIFrankfort penitentiary In itg 111cr Kddyvllle branch III lmtlJICKddyvllle branch In For Laklnd Asylum In 4if For KHutern Asylum in 194 4MH For Knitcrn Asylum In Ittl ttJK For Western Asylum in IMI making the sum of OtXs9 heretofon mentioned by me Contrasting expenditure under tint three heads ot pauper idiots Vrlmtnn prosecutions antI sohealf1 In Is95 ant IMC the following results appears Pauper Idots bIbS Pauper idiots IMS 1OSI An Increase In this item of practical 100 per cent proecutionstigilInAn Increase of OW In 15 expended for schools 3Q9SM In 1903 expended for schools SJ1MB Of the total Increase of expenditure under these three heads in the Hum 01 tniKJS more than to per cent or tIlL Ml Is Increase In tho amounts pattI the school Is Oen Hays willing to go on record as opiioied to necessary appropriation for publle Institutions of the state ex tqisln of appropriation for piitilli schools or prepared to eensuro nr hnW the Auditor censurable for the augment ed emit of keeping pauper Idiots or evil dueling criminal prosecution or us hold lag the administration of which It is s member censurable or responsible thai the onet Ia net less I am wound to none In adherenr tc the principle that public olflee is a putt lit trust ami that monny taken from the l4ckeis of the people for the admlnl rattan ef the affairs of government it n trust sacred In hit nature ami tint dollar should be expended except In obe dience to law and that strict oeonom should be observed In public expendi lure I welcome every reform In adminis trative methods that will reduce the eo t of government to the people bat rereg nlxe nt the mme time that the attain of a treat and growing stats must ol necessity entail large axprndlium ol money That these sums shall be carefully antI not unnecessarily expended should be the chief concern of tine lIerv- IInl8 of the people In UglMstlvo and ad ministrative olllces and this Is tine Jus measure of their responsibility to the peopleWith reference to attorneys fees 01 which Gen Hays spooks lest the burden of his complaint might seem directed tc the administration ot the affairs of m office I have only this to say that since coming Into Office as Auditor I have paid attorneys o contracts III till amount of tRiO All other fees allowed or paul have been on vouchers mad either by the present Attorney General or Governor or In pursuance of expresi contract made by my predeitssor In of flee The attorneys fees of which hi speaks arose out of transactions prloi to the time I became Auditor I have no direct personal knowledge In regard to them but am satisfied that the serv ices charged for were rendered and amounts asked reasonable else my de ceased predecessor would not have al lowell them Salary Rebates This was also a subject of legisla live Inquiry The cbmmlttcc after hear ing all the evidence made a report ex onerating me from any blame using the following language It was shown tc us by undenied statements that tine Auditor know nothing about either the agreement made between Salmon and Thompson or that Franklin was sending tJO per month to the widow of tine man that formerly held the position Gen Hays is In error insofar as hi claims there has been nn lncr iise of cost to the state In running this department The department for a number of ywirt expended more money tor elerc intro thnr lute been used during my present terrr as Auditor Heretofore whun extra clerk were needed It was paid out the department funds and charged as ex tnt clerk hire but the present commis stoner having some doubt an to tInt legality ot this procedure iskcxl for nr appropriation of JIBOO antI received It At no time however wits this amount used each year being turned Intc the state treasury The legslatlve e port upon this subject Is ns follows Otis attention wee next directed to the brunt lace Department Wo found tlmt depart merit managed ns In our opinion II should be managed that there was nc more help In that dcpnrtm nt than Will necessary and that tIne nnlarc8wtjri reasonable and Just It inns been said that I have been In office long enough and should make way for other deserving aspirants I im not here to dispute with any one the worthiness or fitness of any candl late who aspires to the office on which ny ambitious inns fixed There can be no question raised that In this state lament throughout Its history for Its abVe men there am many Democrats worthy ind deserving who would nil with honor to the state and distinction to them selves the executive chair Right years ervlce as n public servant Is a brief pan and the experience derived during those years would enable mo the better to meet tho exacting obligations the rhlet executive calling upon to as sums As to whether or not I mayo hone Mtly consciously and faithfully dls charged my duty an nlllclnl my rec ord will disclose ts a servant of my obeyItsevery Democratic nominee the Stata Central Commute selected ma as chairman ot the Campaign Committee to di rect tito campaign that year the result of which wins ilm very satisfactory ma- Jority of 57000 for Gov Htckham and his i associates upon tine ticket Again In I was chosen to manage the state campaign anti the result was as thavas- tated to you before a Democratic ma jority of notlahvictoryforcorps of helpers than I had In my aivoelates anti In tint JOOJ loyal efficient antI tireless precinct committeemen who aided me In tho a contests Democratic Press parersthroughoutsible to give too much credit for their rtuorfil and hearty cooperation and campalcnIfull measure of glory and honor to which they am entitled for their part In 4 the party triumphs Whatever fortune may havo at tended the great party 10 which I ow and i ay a most loyal fealty I have never faltered In my devotion to Its In terests and principles anti have at All times striven to overcome the calamitIes that have befallen It and to promote the success and triumph of I emoeraey I take pardonable undo In the rapid stride being made by my State in cximracrclnl and industrial progress antI look confi deafly to a future not rental when Ken tucky taupe shall reach the farthest ends of mirth as one of the wealthiest and nuxt pronrrmlvo of the sisterhood of American States When the untold resources of her majvtllc mountains shall tx loaded Into the lp of rammernt the wraith of our State wtll then ba lip reolntrd anti we will take our place among the greatest of the grunt Cum IttfublleIn the po HMlon of limitless wealth with whleh cur mountains and our forests teem but In tine beautiful sunny up lend where the blue grass wnviHh fair we have a sell rich and fertIle ami rdaily stapled to the UN of huiuandry to which II Is so generously undprwflt ably devoted have a noble n generuse ant isos plIable citIzenship wines tender and un llnird hoapllollty hR made for us a reputation abroad as the bt of Clods people nod our homes have under the Kvnernu Impulse uf human sympathy and ooritlflllty become the tempts of worship for the truly greet antI noble In the past her gallant soldiers and plan Pens curved out of the trackless wilder nllIl an earthly tfBrallle tar the Iwell lag place ef Gods richly anointed and the xrnres of these illustrious dead am upon a th UMnd hIlls Ooessecratd wit neesea to our etalm of brave men from plonter ticys to the present In the social triumphs of our beau tiful daughter In whatever function they hAVe In elled to participate where the fairest of the fair vied In good natured enmpatltlon the Justin of our claim lo have the most beautiful women has been gl riouly vindicated When w rflct upon the greatness ef our glorious Slate Its proud dlli n ship composed of bras men and aIr- women tho grandeur of her tecnvrrf tine wealth of her rcsoure the gener mlty and hospitality of hr II1it the port la favor of Almighty God In emit trig upon her cell nnd the honorable intl pry marking her prugrees and career as an Independent Statu Is It a marter of Mender that It hrfnld be the ambition of any meet lo become Its Governor and IM elw ly IdentltlfxJ with Us history and pmgrese Thrilled as efrjry KeniuekUn muM be In recounting the piciesi of met pert and in the oonnsciousneo ot as great glory In the present we may lwtio to picture to ourselves the Inviting rnndl lions Immediately before ii With throe million of people under laws Justly ad mlnlitered so that crime shall be re strained anti punished with no more taxes levied than Is necessary to an economical ami eminent ndmlnlstrntlun of the law with cordial relations estab lished between wealth and labor and the rights of each safe guarded with certain Increase of agricultural commercial and Industrial wealth with the Impending tenfold Increase of the mineral resources of this great State and multiplied means of transportation thereof to the waiting market of the country Kentucky Is soon to take her rightful leadership In material And commercial progress Thlj enumeration of merely material reo sources leaves out of view tine greater glory that shall come to the younx men anti women of tho State awaiting In creased opportunities for education and Improvement The rallying cry In mar shilling this force Is that In the lawn nf the Twentieth Century It Is better that children should be unborn than un taught and that with the education which from tho abundance of her re sources the State can provide that It shall be the concern of all the people and the highest commission of the Demo erotIc party to educate elevate and Im prove our entire citizenship until It shall be wholly composed ot law abiding OodtoleerIng men and women who shall make radiantly glorious the great State which the Lord our God gave unto our fathers from whom wa havo received It in trust that It may be Improved In Its transmis sion to our children and the children ot our children My fellow Democrats I believe that our party Is equal to present and future responsibilities Involved In directing tins affairs of this great State Distrustful of my ability yet offering all that I have I nm before you as a candidate for Governor Not I meg you to believe as tine candidate of any man or set of men or of any clique or machine but as one who having rendered his party and the State tine most faithful and devoted service In his power comes before tha people with a pledge to servo tine Inter suits of the State and all the people should suceen crown his ambition to be your Governor I therefore ask your content consideration of my canvass nnd the pxprenslon of your free und Inde pendent support In tho coming primary nt which it will become your prIvilege anti your duty to choose your standard bearers for tine approaching Stab elec tion anti whatever verdict you nifty render r shall cheerfully acecpt It nil the will of my party and will uxercUu nil the energies ot hel1 to Insure Itriumph of the ticket that you in oIsovereign wisdom may cliomo to noun bate