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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t 4 THE INTERIOR JOURNAL fVOL XXXV STANFORD KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 13 1907 NO 56 1 HUSTONV1LLE KY I Jit the Wul End Capital looked jfiL after the Conflagration ofsome three years ago I POLITICAL Allen county Democrats havo nomi nated John a Ualton for Repreienta liveW H Rogers of McIntosh county the only colored member of the Geor gia Legislature has resigned Davies county Democrats In conven tion at Owcnsboro nominated P W Berkshire for Representative Gov Beckham is speaking to largo crowds in the mountains this week In the Interest of tho democratic ticket John G Harris of Scottsvllle wns nominated for State Senator by tho Republican district convention at Russell villa I II L Anderson of Mayfield has an nounced as a Republican candidate for f Railroad Commissioner In opposition tot McD Ferguson Vice president Fairbanks win com tnence a speech making tour for tho republican State ticket at Mlddtesboro and will wind up at Louisville Oct 25 President Roosevelt has commuted tho sentence of James Bradford who was convlc od December 23 1903 at New Orleans of conspiracy to defraud tho United States out of public lands Attack of Diarrhoea Curd b- One y Dose or Chamberlains Collo Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy I was so weak from an attacK o illarrhoca that I could scarcely attend to tny duties when I took a doso Chamberlains Collo Cholera an Diarrhoea Itemed jr It cured me on I tlrely and I had been taking other medicine for nine days without roller I heartily recommend this remedy a wing the best to my knowledge fo bowel complaints H G Stewart of tho Linn of Stewart Dro Green vlllo Ala For sale by all druggists Kentuckians nro proud of tho record which toward Camnltz tWirler for the Pittaburg team is making this season He lives in Hustonvillo and got his first taste of real base ball an Centre College where ho showed great form Ho pitched against the local team in nn exhibition game several years ago Recently ho shut out tho New York team without a hit or a run thus breaking into the list sacred to the great ones of tho diamond While this feat was accomplished in a five Inning contest it is none tho less worthy of highest praise Louisville Herald A Humane Appeal A humane citizen of Richmond Ind Mr U D Williams loa West Main 1St sasIII appeal to all persons weak lungs to take Dr Kings New Discovery tho only remedy that has helped mo and fully comes up to the proprietors recommendation It saves more lives than all other throat and lung remedies put together Used as u cough and cold cure the world over Cures asthma bronchi tis whooping cough quinsy hoarse ness and phthisic stops homorrages of the lungs and builds them up Guaranteed at Pennys Drug Store 60c and 81 Trial bottle free A little Scotch boys grandmother was packing his luncheon for him to take to school one morning Suddenly looking up in tho old ladys face ho saidGrandmother does ycr specs mag nl A little my child she answered I wad Aweell t prckinvmytloohch em nff when yore Tho Reader One of the worst features of kidney trouble Is that it Is an insidious dls aease and before the victim realizes his danger he may have a fatal malady Tako Foleys Kidney Cure at the first i olgn of trouble as it corrects Irreg ularities and prevents Brlghta dis ease and diabetes Pennys Drug Store IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES George T Arnold aged 60 and n brother in law of Senator George T Farris Is dead In Garrard James Ayres Marshal of Jelllco who killed exMarshal Sampson Bolton was held In 1000 bond at the examining trial At Richmond Barton Worrell aged 20 a brakeman on the Louisville S At lantic railroad was crushed to death In tho yards by being caught between two cars Two Poison brothers were given a death sentence for murdering the moth erinlaw of one ot them in Clinton county A Wayne county jury tried the wise At Danville Nicholas Hardin a wealthy farmer has been a lifelong advocate of lightning rods 10 days ago his residence outbuildings and largo barns were stripped of rods by o stroke of lightning lie rushed tohave another system erected With great report the new system was removed by an electric bolt four hours later Mr Hardin has already awarded a contract for another supply i HUBBLE Tom McMillan is arranging to build on his lots in Lancaster and will likely move to one of them Eld W G Montgomery will begin a protracted meeting at tho Christian 18fQuito a number of our ed tho Somerset fair C T Stigall of sisterdA Sloan L P Weaver sold a pair of work mules to J T Weaver of Waynecoun someca able Spring crops are maturing rapid ly Early crops of tobacco are being cut and unless early frost appears tho prospects are excellent Farmers are busy with Fall plowing and the Indications are that the usual average of wheat will be sow- nChamberlains Cough Remedy One of the Best on the Market For many years Chamberlains Cough Remedy has constantly gained In favor and popularity until It Is now one of tho most staple medicines in use and has an enormous sale It Is in tended especially for ucuto throat and lung diseases such as coughs colds rind croup andean always be depended upon It is pleasant and safe to take and is undoubtedly tho best in tho mar ket for the purposes for which it is in tended Sold by all druggists No1 BLUE GRASS FARM FOR SALE Containing 251 acres of rich fertile land fine for hemp and tobacco En tire farm is in grass 25 acres All in fine state of cultivation will grow anything that Can be grown on- line blue grass land A 4000 residence in fine repair Two good barns crib buggy house coal house ice house etc Anyone wanting a nice home lb miles from town and right at Graded School and churches will do well to call and see this place before buying as it is ono of the most convenient homes in the county and one of the best watered farms to bo found any where cistern well spring branches and ponds For particulars call on or address L B Hughes Stanford Ky The Touch That Heals Is tho touch of Bucklens Arnica Salvo Its tho happiest combination of Arni ca lowers and healing balsams over compounded No matter how old tho sore or ulcer Is this Salvo will cure it For burns scalds cuts wounds or piles Its an absolute euro Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store 3Sc no toadyibm in America N shave No we call it respect for tho office PittsburgPost one additions is tho record made by a revival held by this Baptists near- Mt Washington NEWS NOTES Firo destroyed tho hotel at Cleveland Springs N C and three people wero burnedCommander Simon Cook U S N retired is dead in St Louis Ho was a native of Illinois Tho steamer San Gabriel ran ashore ono mile north of Point Reyes Cal and it is believed she will be a total lossA man committed suicide at the Wis consin State Fair at Milwaukee by throwing himself under a large steam roller Chester Savage aged 14 years charg ed with the murder of his uncle Wil liam Savage several months ao is on trialat Maysvillc An unknown person placed poison in tho lake at Walnut Hall the stock farm of L V Harkncss in Fnyctte county killing hundreds offish Tho Common Pleas Court at Phila delphia has hold that the twocent rate law passed by the recent Pennsylvania Legislature is unconstitutional- Mrs Annio H Calhoun was fatally burned at Horse Cavo while filling an alcohol lamp an explosion resulting when the liquid ran down tho can After being on a strike for 19 days the meat wagon drivers employed by tho Wholesale Butchers Employers Association of New York have returned to work Thousands of veterans of the Civil War have arrived In Saratoga to at tend tho 41st national encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic which has opened The case of Ed Callahan charged with enticing witnesses in the MarcumHar gis damage suit was called in the Clark Circuit Court at Winchester and set for September 27 Mrs Mary L Rorschach wife of Lieut Rorschach IT S N was killed by a burglar with her own weapon which the man wrested from her grasp after she had fired at him The Siberian postal train was held up by highwaymen at a point near Tomask They separated the engine from tho freight car and then seized 50000 with which they escaped Announcement of the discovery or- an antitoxine that wJll kill diphtheria germs in tho living human organism within three minutes has been made at the Ohio State University Columbus The Great Council of tho Improved Order of Red Men in session at Norfolk adopted an amendment to the laws of the order prohibiting membership in tho future to saloonkeepers and bar tenders At Ashland as the result of parental objection and a suicide pact pretty little Isabelle Zetron and her sweetheart Tommy Dales are lying with hands folded in two white caskets at the homes of their brokenhearted parents near York in Greenup county and all the countryside is talking of the child ish romance that culminated in the tragedyIn Franklin Circuit Court Judge R L Stout entered an order suspend ing the warrants issued against W S Taylor former do facto Governor of Kentucky who is charged with com plicity in tho murder of Gov William Goebel The action was taken on the motion of Commonwealth Attorney R B Franklin for tho purpose of allowing Taylor to return to Kentucky and testify in behalf of Caleb Powers Mr Franklin In a statement said It was for the purpose of getting Taylor to mako a statement In open court that his presence was wanted at the trial by the Commonwealth Health in the Canal Zone Tho high wages paid snake It a mighty temptation to our young arti sans to join the force of skilled work men needed to construct the Panama Canal Many are restrained however by the fear of fevers and malaria It Is tho knowing onethose who havo used Electric Bitters who go there without this fear well knowing they are sato from malarious Influence with Electric Bitters on hand Cures blood poison too biliousness weakness and all stomach liver and kidney troubles Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store 50o MATRIMONIAL Harrison Goens 23 and Miss Sallio Brcedlove 16 were married tho other day here Roy Adams 22 of Rockcastle and Miss Lillie Florence Oaks 21 were married at the homo of the bride Albert Lanham 61 and Mrs Eliza Walls 61 were married at Geo Deks This Is tho 4th marriage of the and tho second of the bride Evident ly marriage is not a failure Sick Headache This disease is caused by a derangement of the stomach Take a dose of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets to correct this disorder and the sick headache will disappear For sale by all druggists The TrCounty Teachers Institute Tho joint institute composed of teachers from Lincoln Boyle and Gar rard counties began its work in Lancaster Sept 2 and continued five days By an agreement of the superintend ents Mr J W Rawlings of Danville presided at the meetings and strength ened tho bond of sympathy and good fellowship already existing between himself and the teachers by his kindly manner and well chosen remarks time to time It was truly a feast of good things and a time of upbuilding for the 151 teachers enrolled It prov ed a dcligkt to nil that the superin tendents had secured such able instruct orsDr W A Clark of Kearney Neb a scholar in the true sense of the term came to us full of enthusiasm and knowlege of the bedrock principles of teachers That his talks along the line of Psychology Arithmetic English Grammar Reading Grading prepara tion for teaching and methods put the assembly to thinking was proven by the round table questions and discussions Prof F R Parks of Harrison School Lexington gave the teachers much food for thought and practice in his work in Reading Geography Compo sitter Spelling Sensetraining and in other talks tending toward the advance ment of the public schools Prof Grinstead of Danville Mrs R S Eubank of Lexington Rev L H Campbell of Maryland Prof J E Mannix of Berea College and 1Mr J K West of Lancaster wercjmade hon orary members of the institute All of them excepting Prof Campbell were at some time teachers in one of the three counties Plenty of good music was Interspersed with the work of the week and the social Bide was not forgotten On Tues day evening an enjoyable reception was given by the teachers of Garrard to tho visiting teachers Dr Clark on Wednesday evening spoke to a large audience on Tho Life and Work of Dr Harper a man who prayed God not for rest In the life be yond but for a continuance of work A concert was given Thursday evening by home talent and the male quar tette from Berea College That this quartette charmed the audience was evinced by the continued cheering after each number Miss Lillian Poor assist ed in the success of the evening by giving two recitations In her delightfully pleasing manner Taking it all in all it was a week of profit and enjoyment for the teachers shared with the citizens of Lancaster who appreciated having the assembly and such worthy instructors brought to their city MARY KNAPP WESTSecy We the committee on resolutions beg leave to submit the following 1st That our thanks be extended to the Methodist church of Lancaster for the use of its church building to the hospitable people of Lancaster for our entertainment during the week and to all thoso persons who have contributed to our pleasure with music and song 2nd That we thank Dr Clark and ProC Parks for the profound inspiring and practical addresses given during this institute Wo feel fortunate in having the services of such able men 3rd That tho TriCounty Institute of Boyle Lincoln and Garrard counties reaffirms its allegiance to the State Normals which were establisaed by the General Assembly for tho benefit of the teachers of the State 4th That the Institute extends thanks to Supts Rawlings Dunn and Single ton for their kind treatment at all That the thanks of the institute be tendered the male quartette of Be rea College for its most delightful mu sic6th That we AS teachers of this in stituto indorse the Southern School Journal as the leading common school paper of Kentucky and indorse the uni fied system as presented by ltd editor Prof Bridges Miss Ella Barker Miss Eliza Ison J L Brady committee How To Avoid Appendicitis Most victims of appendicitis are those who are habitually constipated Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup cures chronic constipation by stimulating tho liver and bowels and restores the natural action of the bowels Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup does not nause ate or gripe and Is mild and pleasant to take Refuse substitutes Pennys Drug Store Do you take this woman to be your wedded wife asked the minister No sir responded the absent minded millionaire I want to state emphatically that there is no truth in the rumor whatever Washington Herald rho large plant of the Cudahy Pack Ing Company in Philadelphia burned The loss is about 200000 More Than 25000 in Prizes I A Stale Fair ribbon has the backing of the Commonwealth moneythatLowest Rates by Rail and River I You Just Cant Afford to Miss It I swelledto f See our new grounds and new buildings costing 275000 steel and concrete grand stand mammoth exhibition hams fastest trot ting track In the world Trotting Pacing Running Races Dally An amusement program running way into thousands ol dollars united with an exhibition plan never before attempted S EPT1621190Z LOUISVILLE Capt Knabenshue in bis passengercarrying airshipthe marvel ol the century with dall and exhibitions and a night ride In the air guided by a searchlight I captlehalloonlSensational acrobatic acts tree each day I And the worlds greatest living color page of amusement enter prisesPains famous Manhattan Beach lire works and the gigantic pyrotechnic spectacle Eruption ol Vesuvius actual reproduction of the aweInspiring calamity ot 1906 given nightly In the Infield In front ot the grand stand Three concerts daily by Natiello and his premier band of fitly artists from the Land of Music KentuckyLegislatureBoard ol Agriculture Write for catalogue and illustrated descriptive book R E HUGHES Secretary Lonlsvllfc Oe Lincoln County national Bank Of Stanford Kentucky Capital 5000000 Surplus 2600000 S H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER- J B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT W 0 WALKER ASSISTANT CASHIER JWROCHESTERBOOKKEEPER DIREOTORSil J B Oivsley Stanford S II Shanks Stanford Gao W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford W O Walker Stanford J B Paxtou Stanford W H TraylorsGilberts Creek R L Hubble Lancaster H Cummins Preacliersville L G Gooch Waynesburg Ky saaartecet Id Comfort economy and durability are all included in hot water heating I heated tny house last winter 5 rooms and bath room with 815 worthof coal No ashes no coal no kindling iu your rooms The ideal heat for a residence Now is the time Dont wait until frost reminds you that winter is here S H ALDRIDGE Stanford Kentucky I Tinner and Plumber 4 Banzai Tooth Powder Is Hard to Beat I Try It Only 25 Cents STANFORD DRUG CO Books Wall Paper Paints Oils anti Varnishes School Supplies BestIFour Finish HENULAO W B McRoberts DRUGGIST ISTANFORD PEBSONAL supervision given to nil Prescriptions compounded 11 The Interior Journal a c WALTON JOHN J MOSER for Jailer ofcandidate DemocraticIs it to of the partIIt it candidate for Jnller of of the ijemocratio netlonsuect to party JAMES Co HAYS ha candidate for nctlon Jailer of of the Democrntlc county subject to sui D C ALLEN Ii candidate for action of of the Democratic coun inbjcct to the party = Democratic Ticket C W Deck SenatorJFor U S hamFor GovernorS W Hager r GeneralJohn K For Attorney HendricksFor Superintendent Schools M O Winfrey For Commissioner of AgrcuUuro J W Newman For Lieutenant GbvernorSouth TrimbleFor M Bosworth For Secretary of StateHubert VreelandFor Ruby Lafloon For Clerk of Court of Appeals John B Chenault Lincoln coun For Representative of tyW H Shanks GOV BECKHAMS GREAT SPEECH The magnificent speech of Gov Beck ham delivered to a great audience at Columbia Monday is given in full issue and its perusal is commended to all who are seeking light on the issues in this campaign They are whether the democratic administration of the States affairs has been creditable and satisfactory and whether performance Is not better than promises however good which were made and are being made to be broken Gov Beckham compares the little over four years of republican administration with thenear ly eight years of democratic administration of which he has been the head and comparisons in this case are indeed odorous to the republican party They show that when on the deceptive cry for a look at the books the republi cans were intrusted with power they kept none of their specious promises but instead ran the State in debt destroyed her credit made the civil authorities subordinate to the military and finally drove it almost into anarchy from which it was happily saved by the return of democracy to power the arrest and incarceration of those respon sible for thebloody period and the flight of the other fiends engaged in the horrible conspiracy of assassination and disregard generally of law and order In glowing words the governor shows hiw strong hands and brave hearts worked to restore Kentucky to former prestige and honored position among the sisterhood of States and how well they have succeeded he produces the record to show It is a marvelous story of recuperation and improvement With a less tax rate than the repute cans had the present administration his paid off the legacy of debt left byte republican administration improved and enlarged all of the States penal and charitable institutions established a Confederate Home helped otherI worthy charities spent millions for ed tt uation increased the per capita nearly 1 and built a 1250000 capitol without the appropriation of a dollar nt already in the States treasury If this is not an achievement to be proud of if it is not a cause for the plaudit Well done thou good and faithful ser vants continue to honor and improve the State then indeed is appreciation a lost feeling and gratitude an unknown quantity On the subject of temperance legislation and the enforcement of the Sun dag laws the governors record speaks ovenlmore eloquently than his words with reference thereto There is no equivocation or evasion in his position which is approved and appreciated by every real lover of temperance and the enforcement of law He and Judge linger are in thorough accord on the subject as well as all others and the latters administration of the office of governor will bo a continuation of the excellent results of the present in creased by long experience and knowl edge of the publics wants The governors appeal for the election of Judge Hager wko has aided in the accom plishment of the glorious achievements for the State is eloquent and heartfelt and those who heard and those who will read the speech will with one accord a agree that Gov Beckham is in every way worthy of the promotion he has won and that as United States Senator he will continuo to honor tho State which has so signally honored him and serve the nation with tho fidelity and faithfulness which has ever character ized his public life Tho speech created great enthusiasm and Its repetition in every county of the State will make assurance of a famous victory doublv sure Tilts is what the Louisville Post has to say about the governors race For the work to bo done in Kentucky we believe Mr Willson and tho policies for which he speaks are more to be trusted than Mr Hager and the faction in the democratic party which secured for him his nomination This same Dicky Bird for the past several weeks has been commending the democratic State administration of which Judge Hager is a largo part and now the sheet comes out for Willson How any democrat in Kentucky can have any pa tience or take any stock In what the Post has to say about politics is beyond our comprehension We have al ways said that Dicjc Knott is a rcpubli cen both at heart and in practice and we have never deviated from thatopin ion one iota He more than any other ono man in Kentucky has said more mean things about the present State administration than eny other in Kentucky Ills praise would do anybodys cause harm and we are only glad ho is now supporting Willson instead of Ha ger for wo are satisfied that Judge Ha ger will be accorded tho largest major ity ever given a democrat for governor W H ROGERS the only colored member of tho Georgia House of Representatives has done the proper thing by resigning Ho gave no reason for his action but it is believed that the passage of tho Negro disfranchisement bill by the last Legislature influenced him A NUMBER of the preachers and the more holy want Mayor R W Ding ham to run for mayor of Louisville on the independent ticket Of course the young man has too much sense to do such a thing He couldnt get a corporals guard should he attempt it IN Lexington they are determined that no more mules shall vote as it was claimed they did in one of the recent primaries and it is up to the mules to make a kick THE CourierJournal building suffered a second fire Wednesday but very little damage was done we are glad to state KINGSVILLE Sebastian Chevolette will close his restaurant here and locate in Danville where he will run railroad restaurant Mrs C St Thompson has a nice line of Fall hats Mrs W W Walter has decided not to continue in the millinery business as was first stated Dan Hester bought of W L Mc Carty the building opposite the depot for 5750 Mr Hester will do considerable repairing and open up a firstclass restaurant Mrs D M Creighton has sold to Colonel Gooch her house and lot near Kingsville for 300 and will give possession Oct 25th The former offers for sale a large bookcase good refrigerator sideboard cupboarddining table and other articles of furniture at bargain prices Those who desire to have a real good time will attend the G A R reunion at Deans park near Kingsville next week three days 18 19 and 20th There will be good speaking a good band will furnish music plenty of refreshments merrygoround and other attractions a good crowd is always in attendance and as it is an ideal place for such a meeting the reunion is never a failure Miss Mollie Walter and Walter Mil burn of Stanford were guests of her brothers G A and W W Walter Miss Sallie Shelton was the guest of relatives here Mrs George Ball of Ludlow is visiting relatives here E W Creighton was the guest of friends at Somerset this week Miss Blanche Bryant of Floyd is the guest of her cousin Mrs Claude Hester Mrs Emma Chevolette has returned from a visit to relatives at Ludlow and Ham ilton 0 Mrs Everett Chevolette has return ed from a visit to friends in Rockcas tie county Miss Bertha Thompsonthe pretty daughter of Dr C M Thompson visited Miss Bessie Montgomery at Arabia last week Mrs Annie Leo Ferguson and family will move here from Pulaski and occupy one of John Hares dwellings Walter Privitt has sold his house and lot near Kingsville to Sylvan Privitt for 150 The former wilt move his family to Somerset The latter will move family here from Hamilton 0- CHURCH MATTERS Rev L M Omer will preach at Hub ble Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock Robt H Boll is preaching at Christs church at 10 A H and 715 r M daily The ladies aid socletfof the Baptist church will Mrs molds this Friday afternoon at 230 oclockEld Joseph Ballou will preach at the Christian church hero Sunday morning next and at Mt Xenia at 3 oclock that afternoon i Rev H P Manning of Lexington is conducting an interesting meeting at tho McKinney Christian church There lave been 30 additions to date 15 by confession and 15 reinstated Wednes day morning Rev Manning baptized 14 in Hanging Fork Miss oortan daughter of Judge Jere R Morton of Lexington was thrown from a horse and died from the injuries she receive in a few hours For Sale or Rent I The Newton Hotel property n new two itory brick embracing rooms and halls nod one storeroom IlxTS fet Located on tho corner of Main A Danville Avenue In Hiutonvlllc Ky Hni cistern led house and other outbuildings Address NEWTON fibs Somerset Ky Good Business for Sale My property nnd general stock of mer will sell nt ont and Rive fulnformntleuN l IIoG Mnrksbury Ivy OLD KENTUCKY HOME MILLS Formerly Whites Mill Hni been thoroughly renovated and U now In line condition to the best of Klour Mfnl Kte Custom grinding done on anch TUKHDAY and tall for the loll ui formerly Bye me n W It SMITH Proprietor Ornb Orchard Ky FOR SALE I It not told privately before hnml I will on MONDAY OCT IIIW7 county court day offer for sole In front of the court house door my residence situated on Logan Avenue In mnnforil Ky This Ii one of rome buildings In the town containing rooms mid two good eel ors The In splendid repnlr recent ly covered end cistern right nt the door and n large bRrnon the premises Terms made known on dny of mil- eJHOWStKYJU HENRY WATTERSONS PAPER Weekly Courier Journal AND The Interior JournalB- OTH ONE YEAR FOR ONLY I5O Few people In the United States have not heard of the Courler Journal Democratic In all thing fair In all things clean In all things U U essentially family paper By a special arrangement we are enabled to offer the WEEKLV COUBIEUOUKNAL one year and this paper for the price named abore end your subscription for the combination to USDot tc tbe ConrlerJonrnal Notice of Election I Ilegulnr term of the Lincoln county conrt held Monday Sept 9 present lion It- O Warren Judge presiding In the matter of the nypllcatlon of th citizens of Kingsville graded school At the last regular term of this court held Aug Ii it petition signed by J W J WActon I I Htephen Holtutl31tkl Win and W W Walter L Johnson uochIfowanlMwenoyTltnggtanl tllen Dick Hatter UoIJ IimUhiA Long Morris Wall George Lvacb WIMurp- MMudurnO1llensleyGW H Jenk W MHIngleton T U OhnrlrVllllllookGooch Phil DelnnlII ur A Frnncln JAlinrlDan alester- OhevaletteCnlvertII hooch O L Murphy Chris hoard George Hooch A Gooch Win Itoblrtl and J win filed lu open- court before lU C Warren Judge of said court nuking that n Graded Common Hchool District be established with bourn ry us follows Ite ginning lit John D McKee1 Included ed thencdto Mrs Marllh J Au tln place In cluded to W M Included ttillII e to JWdooch place Included thence 10 J 31 to the Mn Kill Ill 3tulllus placeIncluded UInt to mile poet o on the T I n- It thence to the old Hester or Ilunlerplaco Included thence to O U Henseley Included tltincoto D A Hlngleton Included thencd- to HnwnrdHwftney Included thencn to J W Htull exluddetthtoce toO M Powers ice excludedthost- a0 Point little North milt past N nIt tblncf to J Tp thegrovepincueicludedi thence to J Me Keestbu beginning And It appearing to the court that nil of the said petitioners are legal voters and res IIItnti ofllllll tllxpoerln the said propO ed Graded Common District In the town of Klngsvllle n Down In time Waynes burn for the foglstfrlllllso1I letthtlmliingsvll schoolhouse located In Klngsvllle Lincoln county Ky 1s certified to bit and Isnotex dinging miles from any portion of the boundary of the prodoied district An It further appearing that n majority of the In each of the common school districts cmbrnccdinwholeor In part In said Graded Common Hchool district have consented to the establishment of tbe cald proposed Graded Common Hchool District and have endorsed their consent In writing upon sold petition anti It further tippet Ing that Garland Singleton superintend ent of common schools In bns consented to tho establishment of the said proposed district unit his endorsed his content In upon the said petition as provided by law And this dny the said petltlonersappeared own court mud the Court being until IId1lnlllldIhlltordered and directed to cause a poll to bo opened In the town of Kingsville Ky and an to ho hold there on the tth dny of October 1W7 Iwlng more than 40 days after tho entryof this order to take the tonne of tho legal white voters In said pro posed Graded Common School District whether there shall be levied nnd collected an annual tax of a cents on each site ol property assessed in sold proposed Graded Hchool Dletrictmelougtng to the white voters and corporation fur the purpose of maintaining a Graded Common prottosed lradttiOununo lDlstrlct and for tho purpose of erecting suitable buildings therefor as pro vided the cotnumnschool law The oitlcerx of said election will cause the Inhlllul ntur In said tirntifiuWI illntplf to vote for live io persons to ho trusteoa of nPjlroftIhwlll make duo return of the result of salt election at once A Copy Attest GEO n COOIEIt Clerk liy K D Iviinlngton D O I countybydelivered to mo duly by Geo Cooper Clerk of the Lincoln County Court lUbIhh1weekly newspaper published In Lincoln county Ky and In compliance therowlth I will the Palls In Klngarlllv Ky In the district above named on the day timid dato ing inkhosoamoiftho question of establishing n Graded Com mon Hchool In said district ofAeptelllCounty TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN I Notice Is hereby given to all herbal that the IIlar Trlk 011 lasCo by vol net of Its Ilockhohlrlllallwfn dim solved and Its otltcers are now up Its business All holding claltna or evidence of lndebtetUnessngnlost the mitt company will on or before the day October present their claims to M Myers treasurnr of said com pattynt llustonvlllcMyheaver A Cia Company liy W M Myers Mec and Trent No charge for examination solcntlflcal b testing eyes to tlnte methods IN mtniptlongtnmses ground to order set many style j frame or skeleton mountings work niul material satisfactory charges moderate Permanently UllonI1I locnti din Central Teluphone Ky I t POWKLL- f Optometry PUBLIC SALE I will tell nt public auction at the Into John D farm two tulles from Hustonvllleon MlddleburK pike on TLKHDAY WK1T ITllWT the following personal property vlit four brood inane three III It colt one hunt Colt a No 1tenurof heavy work hotitM hOIlIl hull as Urltelllu wt bucks IInll about acres of good corn to council otr In the field ThlrtI1e or io noros or b11111 hOtk be mold by the nero Yllrmlllil Inn1ducuttconslmtllgof I hlllllr I 1II- 0frl hay harrows J corn crusher ixhorie wagon net vvngo hAt ness runabout lot ol Poona two or three loads of od hay In truss llano to lw rented Irom of ode uiitu Jun I household nbd kitchen furlll lure Ternis bmlule known on day of suit Hole logins at X C H VANAUSDALL HustonvllleKy CaptT D English Ant PUBLIC SALE I The tarot below will bo offered first In lots No Iand No x And then as n whole on Fill DAY OCT 41WT Mv fine blue grams lama IH miles Welt of lIustonlIIel front ptau and Carpen 10r5Htntiun consImttagutl acres of rlcb hind nil Inblue gnus 01111 or tobacco tau TIIII farm can bt dlvlded to advantage SO1 to tiara a good dwelling on- encb piece also necessary oulbulldm time fllrlnll1 almost In n ollly Ollt angle In llnea There are tbrcv stock barns i good inlmrco faun 1 stables tenant house water In every need ale lttlnl tprlugs wltha stream running through whole tractJ BTKBLti CAllPKNTElt Hustonvllle Ky POSTeD whoe nnme nppeur below strict forbid huntln asking or tiny kind of trt pasting on our pll and will prosecute oillton to the full extent of tbe law Fred VonGruenlgan Itelchenbacb Bro Kml VonAllman VonGruenlgan Froth llnumann George Holmes K lolInoocb JO I Knllo- uACDunn Si J Hofll1onn mull Jacob MD Klmoro David Htephens Maryllodmann L Nunnelley J llaugbmnn UhrlstlnnUrayson JO Carpenter Jessweln Mini Dameron Mrs MJAihlock CCOover Fred Handorf lrI IInlll ton W L Oordler J Nevln Carter Peter Hnlmer J Cnmenlscl Urn Kerrlll W It Daugher J K llruce Dink Karinvr Anderson benraJJOlipran- J K Cover K Amon J W Peak H K Martin Mes er t Paxton AVO llout- tWPMartin Hninuel Undsn Io s IcAlexfrs lttr orren lIrol Tlnsloy Hpoonamore r t1 Carter Men P Martin 3f F Lawrence Notice of Election I itegnlar term Lincoln decal com hnid t 1HT llonItCltarrenprtd- is Wllb the IIlIowlng JuUc of tUtI 1c towltt W1 Wllilln J A1Iudlle- rIr W 31 lJulltltrnr oDd O n Allallll It wilt movwl by Justice W M Dudderar and by Justice W D Walllll that the fallowing action Iw taken by this court The grand jury of Lincoln county at Its Fe rimyte iiiMW of the Lincoln circuit courtu new IIPIICrllllCtocourt house now lor the public convenience and pres erlItion tuate of till Record It Is order ed and that the sum of thirtylive Ulounll doifars be suggested as the sum nceullry to build II new court house alltl further ordered that an election be It Is held and a opened nt the several voting lu Lincoln County on Tuewlnyprecincts November 6 MT the of the next general OJlecUon lit wblCh tilt uPIrolrlnlloll ulJOe- eujtgltd shall lie ubmIUtlI to legs Piers Llucoln county fur their approve or rejection The Hherlll of Lincoln county Is directed to advertise stud election for at least thirty before the day thereof lu the rlorJournalbeing the only newpape In mind thepubUlhttl election ire directed to hold CrI tllo Olectlot between the stuue hours Ihnt boll elections for COUllrethey are whlclTefectloii shall held and inducted In nil respects as required by thl InwIn force In this lilnl- ut tile tlmo tilt tame Is held Cite Clerk of the Ltncoln county court Ihall euusl to Ito prlnttd on the Olilclul lint lots to used In election the woad- dfigures Atuyou In favoref nn tippro- Uatluli of s 11so for building II new lourt and have twoUOUtJ for Lincoln County ttie right of right sane one forIpnces fllorlllil the to ho de- sattd oters by the word 1es mud vile fur tera the npproprlntlon to be domeg oPllOolnK word stdd UlerlnnhdlJ ill mud ballots In nil other roo mctas requitel by Section II3J of the Kentucky Htatues In the event the requsltenumber of lglll county vote favor dnpproprlattonft It ordered that thh of Lincoln county tocourt cause auie to l o prepared execut 5muli on printed banns the to Ilgllfd by the County of thelea of Lincoln County Court and tuterslgned by the Clerk of said Court at Llucoln JoUllly Na lka1kofHtnnford Kentucky which 1111 not r cator rate semlnllulI- y of later cltl1I1I1blle four IIl1l1k ofCountyLlncolllnt lit tiedtu etddllOlldl signed by theClerk of bonda shal- lIssuedtthreuseries County Court stud tile to will Series A b 0t Norte Aend- chtg Hlrlel II ton thousand dollars of said bond bonds for time 8um of ieach anduamtxlretdonetotwont Ho dollars rlIU consittlnth contlt of twenty bonds of aid nntl ttundrored from rt nndMorletieulbrdcfltgllfteonfor thousfII of ntyoaritile of 100 elicit IInll lIumbered from to embracedln Herlos A shallbO lit the Pleasure of the Court he rlt1ecmnbll years front the lulu of1IIIIIul utter duo and pseynble- years nlldtheir Isaue front IlIld date rutd titu bonds em tIJII Isi rldlemllhlo litlierl II shnced uf tlleCourt oil and after ton lho pleasure theIr IUIIII tue soldrpey unbt llftecu fro III IIlId land embraced I1 Hrll V dale redeemable the at tit ep enuro of the lml be mutter IIftlen ellrs from theon tutuOourt duto of their Issue and duo mind payable said datetwenty Ollrl front the A copy IIUOltOJoOII0001Jn Clerk By E P Pennlngton D IV t U anasome Boils iAs these fellows appear on PAPER so ll will your Boys really appear with one of our Extra Good Suits on The quality is never left out nor the style neglected We run our Short Pant Suits to 17 years in size as we also do our odd Short tents Our stock is ready for the mothers to inspect H J MCROBERTSiKENTUCKYI Jmfatel t and it lasts longer so that LAl GItreally is cheaper Try it 4i i f1JlS1m PENNYS DRUG STORE iBBBBBBBBBBB t1BBBBEE tJ t For sale by GEO II FARmS Stanford Ky II BROWN MEMORIAL SCHOOL Strong tenders ill all departments High School Grnmmnr Interme dinto Primary Music Cooking and Sewing Only three places left in tho dormitory and cottages but geed homes in the town nro open to students Terms Board and tuition 810500 Tuition alone 830 S201 815 For r catalogue address f MISS IDA M TAYLOR Principal Mount Vernon Ky r 1 people there Two others specially have they used QUO about the public printing work land tho other about fees paid to attorneys In places tar from tho railroads isolated and liars to roach they havo repeated these charges hoping that no Democratic speakers or roiirescntatlvcs would ever Get there to correct tho false Im prsalons In tho mountain county of Letcher where It Is a days horse back rldo front tho county seat to a railroad ha told with earnestness and vigor that these Democrats at Frankfort had agreed to pay tho ar chitect 8500000 when ho know or I ought to havo known such o bo un J two Ho or his companion candl dates In an effort to catch aomo Con federate voters told that It was a Re rtrpubilcan member of tho General As Bcmbly who Introduced tho bill to es itabllsh tho Confederate Home when n ea they know or aught to have known that tho records showed such to bo untrue Many other similar Instances could bo named They havo repeated tho old charge about extravagance In tho payment of public printing bills t when they know that a Republican Attorney General approved tho bill i about which they complain that a t Legislative Investigating committee completely exonerated tho members of tho board from all blame and re ported that cvoryithlng had been done In accordance with tho law and the contract and that tho State Fiscal Court by Its decision had also vindi cated the action of rho board Owing to tho largo Increase In the public den1IRepublican administration and yet tho average cost under that was greater than It has been under this The An nual average cost during their term was I6I810G whllo tho annual nv erago under eight years of Demo static administration oven Including the 2800000 about which they com plain has been 4361315 showing 1258791 less per year undor Demo cratic than under Republican adminis ration At no time In Ha history has tho States printing been dono so cheaply as It has been done under the Democratic administration On some items of tho contracts tho Public Printer makes A good profit on his work on many others ho has to do it at a loss It is not fair therefore ItO pick out certain Item upon which ho makes a profit and judgo of tho whole by that Another of these old charges which they have resurrected to do service for them in this came palgn Is In regard ito tho payment of attorneys tees They accuse us of extravagance In the matter and seek to miiload and deceive tho people about it They recently stated at Maysvllo that wo had paid out 159 00000 In attorneys fees I shall be fairer than they are aryl tell them that wo paid moro than that The records show that slnco I became t l Governor wo have paM out for that purpose 17390214 But to make up that amount they have to put In the fee paid Capt Calhoun of 7119995 for collecting tho old Civil Whr claims amounting to 132400000 which has been explained to oMn and so fully to the people that 1 shall not take op time with It now It has been shown that Kentucky through Copt Calhoun collected her claims at less cost than that paid by any other State for similar collections that the fee wo paid was a llttlo over five percent while no other Fate paid less than ten per cent and somo of them I as high as twentyfive per cent Soft baa been in all the collections he has made for Kentucky or Kentucky soldiers his tees havo been less than those paM by any other Sato Now this fee of 7119995 was for an unusual and extraordinary collec lion and Is not properly chargable to this amount Whoa subtracted from It there Is Mi 10270219 In that amount too for which the Republi can candidates try to hold us ac countable Is 2016784 which wo paid on contracts mado by Gov Drown Gov Bradley W S Taylor nnd W J HendrIck with which wo had noth Mtng to do It should also bo deducted from the above amours and It leaves 8253535 the fair amount for which we should bo accountable In tho cus tomary conduct of this work That much for eight years makes an an nual average of 1031678 certainly a most reasonable amount upon which t conduct this business It should bo remembered too that since the passage of tho railroad rato law In 1900 tho railroads with tho ablest of counsel have contested every Inch of tho law through the State and Federal Courts and It has been neces nary for us to employ good counsel In each Instance to uphold he laws validity nnd thoso fees have nug monlH this amount Is It fair therefore for them to pad this amount with ttqms which do not properly belong to It especially amounts contracted for under other udrnfrUtrnMons I havo explained these matters wlh which tho people have been made acquainted in previ aid ous campaigns Merely to stew tile character of campaign now being eon ducted by tho Republican candidates who havo shown their wIHIngnosa to distort tho facts and pervert tho re cords In order to deceive tho people It Is certainly unworthy of mon who seek high offices iti tho Common wealth to go out In remote places and peddle such monstrous and well known deceptions The only possible excuse they could otter for doing so would bo to admit that if they con lined themselves to Oho truth about the Democratic administration they would have to praise it nnd to praise It would eliminate every chanco thoy have of election Their only hope then is to deceive enough people by misrepresentations and to destroy if possible by slanders those whom they can not defeat in n fair and straight forward contest They shirk a com parison of records They would getaway If possible as from a nightmare from the disastrous and bloody pore tad when for over four years their party blackened tho fair namo of Ken tucky and well nigh wrecked Ha civil institutions But wo do not Intend that they shall evade this IEUUO This Democratic administration has redeemed every pledge it ever mado to tho people and when It closes its term at the end of this year no ono will bo ablo to point to a promise It has violated or to a single Instance where It has been faithless to its trust It has managed tho public In stitutions of the State better than over Jtffnre Wfictn the Republicans were in control tho conduct of tho two penitentiaries was tho worst ever known and they wore n great burden upon tho taxpayers Since they came under tho control of a Democratic board n revolution and reformation have been accomplished In their condition Now Instead of costing tho Stato largo sums to maintain them they aro solfsuppontlng and cost us nothing Excellent improvements nnd advancements havo been made too In tho management of all our charitable institutions Never before have they been more economicallyI and successfully difference from the unfortunate con dition In which we found them In 1900 What has been done In matters of moral and social advancement Ono of the leading philanthro pists of Kentucky a man who takes profound and active Interest in such work has said To the credit of tho present administration It may bo said that the acts of the General As sembllca of 1900 to 1900 Inclusive contain numerous measures of a tru ly philanthropic nature all looking to tho social and moral uplifting of tho Stabs citizenship measures that In operation are proving them selves far reaching toward their pur pose to the end that Kentucky is rapidly forging to tho front rank of States far advanced In matters of phi lanthroplc and moral laws Prior to 1900 tho State was behind tho proces stop as regards such measures since that time however evory phase of philanthropy has been recognized and adequate effective measures have been placed upon tho Statute hooks All these havo had tho hearty whole souled support of tho present State administration Later on tho same authority IItOny reference to the nets of the General Assemblies of tho years from 1900 to 1906 It will bo seen that under tho present Democratic administration more now meas ures of this kind became laws more of tho old philanthropic and mar at laws wero amended and longer strides forward were taken than un der any four preceding administra tions That these measures are preying themselves adequate and effect Ire is testified to by tho heads of In stitutions whoso province it is to work under them Other states are recognizing Kentucky aa a criterion In such laws by following her lead and adopting like laws A careful examination of tho work dono In this line by tho Democratic administration since 1900 will show tho truth of tho statements made by tho gentleman above quoted In ev ery way possible It has aided and en couraged all worthy movements that Iroked to tho moral philanthropic and religious advancement of our pee pie Wo havo reasons to bo proud r our record In these matters What has the administration done towards the material and Industrial welfare of tho State It may bo safely said that In the last eight years greater progress has been made than In tho thirty years preceding that iron It mny bo shown too that moro crt l has been Invested In the State in any ono year of the last ton years of Democratic administration than was invested In tho entire time that the Republicans wero In power Never before has there been such n rush of rapVnl Into tho State unit on every hand can bo seen progress and prosperity This would not hap pen if business people did nut have confidence In tho State government and In tho enforcement of tho laws r Such assurances they havo had from tho conduct of public affairs hero and consequently wo havo seen and are seeing tho greatest industrial reviv al and advancement over before seen In tho State What has tho administration done for the farmers and agricultural In tor In 7 More than was over dono for them before In all the preceding administrations together It has put llfo and vigor into tho agricul tural department of the State and mado It a living active forco for use fulness Tho vast good it has done is well known to tho farmers This Democratic administration has also given to the farmers and tobacco raisers a law that more effectively en nbloa them to light tho trusts Every Intelligent falr minded farmer In the Stato can testify to the fact that this administration has not neglected their interests but has done moro than all others to build up and advance their business recognizing that our farm ors constitute such a splendid citizen ship What has it done for the miners and mines of the State Go look at tho statistics and find tho answer Tho mineral production of Kentucky has about doubled under this Democratic administration and new mines aro being opened up as fast an labor can be found to work them Eastern Kentucky somo day will be as wealthy and prosperous as Western Pennsyl vania The relations hero between miner and mlno owner between la bor and capital have been moro peace fit l and friendly than In any other State Fewer strikes and serious difficulties of that kind havo happened here than else whereIn several Instances the ad ministration has interposed success fully Its services to bring about peace tel adjustment of tho differences In Its general attitude it has been so fair and impartial between these two forces that each could see It had a just friend in tho Democratic admin istration What has it dono for the great cause of temperanco in which our peo plo are so deeply Interested- It pa ied and put Into operation the County Unit bill a measure which gives to each county and to each city of the first four classes the right to decide whether or not Intoxicating li quors shall bo sold In its territory It does away with the precinct unit and makes the county tbo unit ex cept as to tho larger cities It has been In operation only n llttlo over ono year and yet in that time thirty five counties havo voted out Intoxl eating liquors entirely making In addition to tho fiftyeight counties al ready dry ninotythreo out of the 119 counties In The Stato absolutely under the local option law A large part of the remaining twentysix counties nro also under that law Tho Democratic administration has also enacted numerous other meas ures for the benefit of temperance A leading nonpartisan advocate of temperance has said Kentucky stands about first In tho high devel opment of her local option laws This high point has been reached during tho present administration which will go down In tho States history as the era of a great moral reform All prominent temperance leaders admit that our Stato now has some of tho wleest and best temperance laws that can be found In any State and that their enactment was largely duo to tho assistance of the Demo cratic administration Tho administration has also stood for ire strict enforcement of the lawn regulating tho liquor traffic es pecially In reference to 1ho Sunday closing of saloons Wherever It has been able to do so It has brought about the enforcement of that lawI It has simply but firmly demanded that the saloons must regard and re spect the laws of yio Commonwealth Against the Republican attacks about Democratic insincerity on the temperance question wo place the re cord of what we havo already done and the testimony of unbiased temperance leaders Tho committee on temperance of tho Stato Baptist Convention in Mnyfleld last Juno through Its chairman who Id tho president of Aho temperance movement In Ken tucky said Since tho lost meeting or this body such phenomenal advances have been mado In Kentucky as to attract tho attention of the en tire Nation All our fanciest hopes of pat years have been realized send the work has gone so far beyond our expectations that we have been nmiz ed at the results The report further says Allow ing five square miles for each town and city legalizing tho sale of liquor ninetyseven per cent of tho territory of the State Is under prohibition Since that report was made three oth er counties have voted dry thereby Increasing this per cent BO that ne cording to the report thero le tow less than three per cent of tho ter ritory of tno Stato where tho sale of liquor is permitted On account of the position taken upon these ques tions by tho Democratic administra Mon wo have Incurred tho powerful opposition of tho interests which opposed them Mr Wlllson and his ticket are trying to tako advantage of tho situation by straddling tho question His platform Is almost si lent on tbo matter After a hard struggle in his committee on rosolu tions by u vote of 7 to 6 they feebly declared In favor of an extension of the County Unit law to all counties and when ha opened his campaign at laysvllle ho virtually repudiated eve en that declaration It is at best only an endorsement of a Democratic measure and If it was carried out it would affect less than three per cent of the territory of the State as shown by tho report which I havo Just Quoted HIs platform and ho are as silent as the grave about the ques ton of Sunday closing and he tries to evade It by saying he is In favor of enforcing all laws He doesnt approve of the action of tho Democratic administration in these temperance matters because ho is constantly assailing it for what it has done At heart he Is against tho County Unit bill against Sunday clos ing against taxing the rectifiers and against all such measures At Mays vllle where tho liquor interest was strong ho disappointed tho temper ance people and at Plkeville where prohibition was strong ho tried to make a temperance speech but It did not come out with that easy and natural flow with which ho speaks on tho other side Ills efforts to cover both sides of this question have been so apparent to all that his campaign has become more picturesque than formidable more ludicrous than seri ous And when at Barbourvlllo a few days ago ho is reported In his speech as having commenced hurling things back In thee teeth of his opponent It struck mo that possibly even this early In the campaign bo had grown weary of the work and had concluded that the attempt to ride two horses at once should be confined to circus performers and trained athletes Such dramatic and heroic feats as hurling things in peoplos teeth should be reserved for the eloslng and exciting days of the campaign when their ef feet Is more tolerable if not enjoya ble The people of Kentucky know exactly whoro the Democratic candi dates stand upon these questions and they can no be deceived by the awk ward efforts of the Republican candle dates to dodge and evade the Issues I have tried to show you a fair comparison between tho records of these two parties In the brief limi tatlons of time upon an occasion like this it is impossible to deal with such a subject except in a condensed form Much more might be truly said to show tho Importance of this election to the people of Kentucky and to Jus tify you In the ardent support of the Democratic ticket The election of that ticket will Insure to you a safe honest and progressive administra tion of your public affairs It is made Up of men wfco are honest and capa ble and who will govern your State along tho lines of Its best Interests and Its best citizenship You have nothing to expect of tho Republican ticket It was nominated from Washington by the Federal Rev enuo Association Tho edict was sent from there that Mr WIllson should be nominated for Governor and ev cry opponent he had for tho nomina tion promptly withdrew I do not attack the Republican people of Kentucky I believe lr the honesty nod patriotism of tho masses of that party I have lived among them associated with them and have many warm friends among them In tho many campaigns I have mado frequently I have gone Into strong Republican counties and made politi cal speeches to audiences composed of more Republicans than Democrats and In all of that experience I have neveryet met with the slightest act of discourtesy or disrespect from tho Republican people If they did not agree with me in my opinion they treated me with respect It Is not against them that I wage this con test but against those of their lead era who have misled and deceived thorn It Is a notorious fact that the party organization of the Republican party In Kentucky has for years been controlled by those who had at heart more tho question of the dis tribution of Federal patronage than the general welfare pf the party or of the Commonwealth I state this proposition without fear of successful contradiction the Republican masses of Kentucky and especially In the mountains have fared bettor under Democratic administration than tney did under Republican administration- I believe most positively that noth Ins over happened to bring more- discredit and more abuse upon the mountain people than dlld tho ron duct of the BradleyTaylor adminis tration It was that administration wMch gathered up oho most desperate characters and assassins they could find and brought them to Frankfort as representative mountain people to petition the Legislature Jt was a libel against tho good mountain people It was the worst slander ever expressed against any people to call that Inhuman and murderous mob the Kentucky mountaineers coming to petition the Legislature No man bo he Democrat or Republican who lives In the Kentucky mountains resents that slander more than I do And yet the leadership of Bradley and Taylor did It and Mr Wlllson is their present exponent Ho stands for what they stood He embodies tho same principles which they represented soven or eight years ago lie has recently been through the mountains and tried to create the im pression that we tho Democrats wero persecuting this man or that for the assassination of Goebel In tho namo of reason and common sense what good would it bo to tho Democratic party to tho family or friends of the murdered Governor to punish an Innocent man for that in famous crime As Governor of Ken tucky I would rather lose my right arm than sea any innocent man suf fer for It Mr Willson differs from me in that he wants every one to escape punishment for it except those who have confessed to their part In It and told of the conspiracy I charge therefore that Republican leadership brought reproach and shame upon the mountain people I claim that under Democratic rule you have grown and prospered and that your good name has been restored and vindicated Why should you then longer support a party leadership that has done you eo much harm and turn your backs upon those who have labored for your welfare sad defended your honor I have shown you to some extent the evil and disastrous results of the BradleyTaylor administration and I have shown you partially what has been done under Democratic ad ministration You know the griev ous and deplorable conditions under which wo took charge in February 1900 You know the condition of af fairs now My long term of nearly eight years as Governor of this great Commonwealth Is drawing to a close In December next I shall retire from its duties and responsibilities It Is best for me that U should be so for tho bur den of It has borne more heavily upon me than might be supposed The of flee of Governor Is one of great hon or but it is also one of great drudg ery nnd anxiety In thoso nearly eight years I have worked hard and faithfully to serve my State and its splendid people By a terrible trag edy the awful responsibilities of the office fell upon mo unexpectedly and suddenly I have often thought that some of my unkind critics were right when they said I was too young and too Inexperienced for the situation But what I lacked in ago and prac tice I have faithfully tried to make up In earnestness of purpose and devotion to duty With what measure of success my efforts have beer at tended it Is for tho just and felr tended tt is for the just and fair Without claiming any credit for what has been accomplished I can nt east rejoice when I turn over the office to my successor In contemplating the vast difference in the conditions of affairs now from what they were in the days of gloom and sorrow when I first became Governor To its successors this administration will have tne gratification at the close of this year of passing tho govesnmentottbe Commonwealth In the most prosper ous condition it ever enjoyed and Its people happier and more content ed than ever before With all of its debts paid with not a single unpaid outstanding nlilm against It with its credit as good as that of the Federal government with evory State institution in the host condition over known before with iur schools and colleges developed and Improved beyond comparison wltn any preceding administration with a magnificent rew Capitol practically completed and paid for with a splen did surplus of near 130000000 In the treasury with progress and ad vnncement upon every hand all of these things and more dono without borrowing a cent and without increas ing the tax rate but rather with a reduced rate from that of tho Rn publican administration shall greet my successor In December and may God and the patriotic citizenship of Kentucky grant that he be tho man vbo has aided in the accomplishment of these things who stands firmly and without equivocation upon every Issue and who will give the people a wlso and economical administration of their affairs Then my official con nection with the government of the Stato win close and if It be the pro pies pleasure to rrrtlfy the nomina ton I hold from my party as Its ca dldato for the United States Senate I shall go upon another iteM of public work and thero endeavor to discharge my Jutfas faithfully and as C3nsclen tlously as I havo done hero If sent to that distinguished body by your General Assembly I shall strive to well and worthily represent thero this proud Commonwealth and to serve tho Nation In such a way as to reflect honor and credit upon the people who have so honored me n conclusion I appeal to you that you permit not again to happen the mistake of 1895 and the mistake of 1899 This Is your fight as much as it Is ours uponyou the responsibility now rests Consider seriously and care fully the issues before you make up your decision honestly and fearlessly- That Is all the Democratic party asks of you in this campaign for when you have done that much the victory will bo ours by an overwhelming majority It A TRIUMPH FORRELIGIOUS LIBERTY The dismissal of the suit brought by next friends against Mrs Mary Baker G Eddy will be gratltylngto all fair minded people without regard to religious belief While the public Is left In tho dark as to the reason for dropping the suit It Is quite as much tn the dark as to why It was ever brought in the first place It its object was an attack on Mrs Eddy as tho founder of Christian Science it will be rightfully regarded as an attempt at persecu tion In a land one of the cornerstones of whose government is relig ious liberty such a courso is short sighted in that its effect if it have any effect must be to help rather than to harm the cause attacked This would be true whatever the cult assailedIt not a question of whether we agree with Christian Science or not but solely a matter of individual free dom Whatever wo may think of Mirs Eddys theories we can not but respect her rights the same being the rights we cherish for ourselves The fact that she is old entitles her alt the more to sympathy and protection To assure her that sympathy and protection does not require a belief IB her peculiar principles but only a belief In common humanity Mrs Eddys personal counsel ob- Jected to the dismissal of the suit until the matter of her mental competency is cleared up So far as the I public mind is concerned we believe that matter Is largely settled now It the examinations of her already made had not effected that result the unqualified statement of Dr Allen McLane Hamilton would certainly do so It Is now to be hoped that Mrs Eddy like all other persons who are acting within their rights will be left in peace and security In her old ageNew York American wINCREASED COST OF- t MAKING NEWSPAPERS Like everything else the cost of making a newspaper has increased A dozen or so years ago tho getting out tof a paper was comparatively inex pensive Help was cheap paper stock was low and less reading matter was required Today printers get 60 per cent more in wages than they got twelve years ago and Brother In crease Js to go into effect Sept to The price of paper stock has risen Tully a third and is still rising The introduction of the linotype Into newspaper offices was Ifelt to be the downfall of compositors but tlmo has shown that there are more men had women at work today on newspa pers than ever before The reason Is that newspapers glve more for the money than formerly give more reading and a larger and better paper In every way than was the case in former years There is nothing on the market that people set so much of for their money as they do In newspapers at the present time It is rich in news full of entertainment Indeed a neces sHy for the counting room the storo and the home With the increase In the cost of preparing and getting out papers will certainly come Increased rates of ad vertising for the merchants for there Is nothing else left for the papers to do Lowell Mass Telegram The President is said to be writing Ms message to the next Congress and that It will be the largest ever sent to that bodv oven by him What tho President needs Is a competent oJI tor to go through the manuscript with a blue pencil Ho has never realized the necessity of cutting out and bulling down A shorter message would bo read by ten times as many as a longer one e A GAME OF GRAB Dont give up tho ship exclaimed Lawrence Wo can now realize how ho felt Evidently there were souvenir hung ers in those days o GOV BECKHAM GOES INTO THE ENEMYS COUNTRY AND COMPARES DEMOCRATIC PERFORMANCES AND REPUB LICAN FAILURES A SPLEN trDID STATEMENT OF THE RE OF THE PRESENT AD MINISTRATION COLUMBIA Ky Sept 9ln tho presence of a largo audience compos ed of ladles Democrats and Republi cans Gov Beckhain delivered the fat lowing very strong speech today which was irecelved wljh enthusiastic manlfestatlow of approval I como to the good people of this county and of this section of tho State to begin my part In this Im portant campaign not to speak to Democrats alone but to all of those of whatever political affiliations who unlto with me In common love of this grand old Commonweal and who will Join me In the sentiments which look forward to Its righteous and successful government- I bring to you the assurance that In my heart and In the principles which I represent there Is no un klpd or ungenerous feeling toward anyone who may differ with me and to those of an opposite political faith who have honored me by their pres ence hero today I wren to express my gratitude and to say that I shall speak upon these Issues in no bitter spirit of partisan declamation but as one Kentuckian to another all alike calmly awl dispassionately seeking to secure that which In the end will be beet for our generoushearted and no bleminded people From these foothills I shall go on Into the very heart of the Kentucky mountains bearing to their people a message of peace and good will preaching no doctrines of relentless party warfare but fairly and fear lessly advocating the cause in whose Justice and sincerity I so profoundly believe With malice toward no one with toleration and respect for the opinion of every patriotic citizen who may dlsagree with me I come into the Republican stronghold of Kentucky to lift up the standard of Democracy and to point to the crowning inscrip tion upon its white banner which says Peace Prosperity and Happl ness to all of our People When I speak to tho people of the mountains I shall tell them that In Central and Western Kentucky there is a worthy and splendid citizenship and when l speak to the people of Central and Western Kentucky I shall tell them that In the mountains the people are Just as good as generous and as hospitable as can be found anywhere on earth It always griev ed me to see any sectional anlmosl ties In the Nation even more so does It grieve me to see any in my own State My humble but earnest mis eton In this campaign shall Ke to bring all of our people to a better understanding of each other and to a broader of what the hon ored name Kentuckian implies There is no part of the State In which the typical Kentuckian God noblest creation cay not be found He may bo seen digging In the mines of tho Cumberland mountains he may be seen tending the flocks In the pro lific pastures of tho Blue Grass be gay be seen tilling the fertile fields la the valley of the Mississippi or tie may be seen vigorously struggling in tihe active commercial life of one of our beautiful cities Wherever he Is found ho Is the same generous Ira pulslve high minded citizen often too quick to anger but yet always Quicker to forgive Before such a people any man or party may go having his cause Just and confidently expect a favorable Judgment As one of the accredited representatives of my par ty I therefore come to lay our case before you and to ask your patient and impartial consideration of It Let us be frank and candid In dealing with It Let us lay aside our preju dices and misunderstandings Let us I reason one with the other and dot u wt h termino honestly and patriotically what is tho best for Kentucky Tho plain proposition before you I- sthlsDo you want tho Democratic party or the Republican party to con trol the affairs of this Commonwealth for the next four years and do you want a Democrat or a Republican sent to tho Federal Senate by the next General Assembly Mark you wo have agreed to get at the solution of this question without prejudice or passion Wo are agreed too that nil of us want to secure the best results for tho people Democrats and Itu publicans both say that Now let at get at the subject in a plain commonsense way JustI as Intelligent men would discuss any business prop osition I shall state the case as I under stand It nndI want you to carefully watch me and stop me It you think I misstate a fact or overlook a point I shall state It In such a way that every fairminded Republican as well as every enthusiastic Democrat will admit that I have stated It truthfully Each party has placed before you n ticket composed of a candidate for Governor and candidates for other State offices to be voted for In Novem ber Each party too hag through Its convention or Its candidates announc ed a platform of principles or prom ises by which It says It will bo guided It placed In power Each of these two parties has been in power In Kentucky at dlffersnl times In the last twelve years or within the memory of all voters who will participate In this election From December 1S95 to February 1900 over four years the Republican party was In power From February 11 0 until now nearly eight years th Democratic party has been In control You have therefore had a good op portunity to observe what each one would do when Invested with the pow ers and responsibilities of office In s crate You will readily agree with me that it Is better to Judge of what a man will do by what he has done in the past than by what ho says he will do and that you can better forecast what a party will do In the fu ture by its record In the past than by the promises of its platforms and ofI Its candidates If a man convicted ot perjury or false swearlns makes a statement or a promise we may well dlsIparty which has come before you in the past matting fair promises ant uttering serious charges against Its opponents and when glv n power by you has violated thoso promises andI signally failed to make good those charges comes again making the same promises and charges It Is well to look upon It with doubt and fear before again giving it a chance to betray you Let us then see In what attitude each of these two political parties stands before you in this campaign in the light of ltslast record promises and its performances By that test alone it is fair to Judge be tyeen tho two and by that test speaking for my party I ask that the people of Kentucky pass Judgment In the November election Now lot us look at the record made by each party during Its ascendancy In Kentucky and I will ask your patient attention while I Impartially state some historical facts which you may easily recall In 1895 the Republican party plac ed at tho head of Its ticket as can didate for Governor Hon W O Brad ley then as now the dominant and controlling force In his party in this State In their platform and in the sptfc11es ot their candidate they made thomost extensive and fulsome promises of what they would do If elected to the offices They promised tho moral political and Industrial regeneration of Kentucky They prom ised a new era In the States progress and development that the laws would be strictly enforced and that peace and contentment would everywhere prevail They made tho gravest pos Bible charges against the Democratic party and its conduct of the States affairs They charged extravagance and corruption and with the battle cry give us a look at the books they made their campaign Democrat ic leaders refuted these charges and warned the people that it would be disastrous to place tho Republican party In control In this State or In any southern State that it believed In force and fraud and In the subor donation of the civil to tho military power But In vain were the charges denied and these warnings uttered Many people were deceived and misled Suspicions were created in tho minds of many good people that pos sibly there had been mismanagement and corruption In the Democratic administration Unfortunate dlssen tlons arose In tho Democratic party and tho Republican ticket with a Re publican Legislature was elected the first time In the history of the State In December of 1895 and Jan nary 189G Jhey came Into possession tho State government and for four years held it In that dark and fateful period what u record was madtil For Inca parity mismanagement and disaster It has never been equalled In this State Their campaign cry for a look at the books was answered and for over four years they had ample tlmo to look at them But never were they able to find a single cent of tho peoples money not properly ac counted for Not a vestige of fraud or corruption upon the part ot tho previous Democratic administrations could they discover Their campaign charges were shown to be false and insincere just as they aro now What did they do towards upbuild tag and ndvancnlg the welfare ot tho State Nothing whatever but to turn back for at least a generation the dial that marked Its progress and devel opment Every fairminded Repub lican will admit that It was the most turbulent period In tho Common wealths history with the possible ex ception of tho time of th9 Civil War In place ot the bread they promised you they gave you a stone Instead of the now era of peace and prosperity about which they prated so much In the campaign they establish usurvnltlonsthree months when tho Republican Governor called Into active sorvf e the State Militia and placed It In control of the General Assembly of the State then In session There was absolutely no necessity for such an arbitrary anti unwarranted exercise of power It was an unconstitutional ef fort upon the part of one branch of the government to Intimidate and con trol the action of a coordinate branch A member of the General Assembly could not enter tho Capitol without the permission of a military officer The whole purpose of it was to force tho election of a Republican to tho U S Senate In numerous other instances was the santo flagrant use made of the militia and in the State election of 1899 when W S Taylor was the Re publican nominee for Governor this same Republican Governor In his desperate desire to aid in Taylors election called into active service State troops In the City ot Loins vllle on election day in order to In Umidato and Influence the voters During that entire administration lawlessness and crime were rampart Republican leaders now try to reflect upon the Democratic adminis tration by referring to the Breathitt county troubles and reports about the Night Riders Let them go back to the unto when they were In control and refresh their memories about the toll gate raiders and feudal wars in some of the counties Let them read the messages of their Governor to the General Assembly to see his lurid pictures of lawlessness and crime at that time If It was not fate to hold him responsible for the toll gate raiders the Clay county feud and other similar outbreaks it car aD4nocraticGovernor itt coimv and other such troubles Or 3 of the chief reasons for which the Republican Governor In 1897 call ed an extra session of tho General Assembly was to get more power to stop lawlessness In the State ThcT In December 1S9D with the use of the military at the polls fraudulent tissue ballots in many counties corruption and force in the ilectlon there came Into temporary power Taylor and his blcody cohorts Con fronted by his Democratic opponent with a constitutional contest before tho General Assembly he filled the State Capital with an armed and desperate mob Realizing the hopeless ness ot his case he became reckless and murderous From a window In the Executive building not forty feet from where he sat nervously await ing the fatal sound there was fired a shot which struck down In mortal agony the man whom ho could not defeat in a legal or constitutional way Almost instantly armed troops kept ia concealment ready for this awful event swarmed into the Capitol grounds took possession of the buildings under orders from tho Republi can Governor guarded all the en trances and drove back the civil offi cers who sought to enter and arreai the murderers Awl yet they tell us that It Is per secution to attempt to bring to trial tho man who directed all these move mont who admits that he was only forty feet from where the fatal shot was fired and prohibited the civil offi cers frpm coming in to make a search ire suspended the writ of Habeas Corpus Ho Issued his proclamation adjourning the Legislature to Lon don without the slightest authority of law He had his lawless soldiery us lug their bayonets to drive tho Sena tors and Representatives from their halls and chase them through the streets of Frankfort like a lot of felons forcibly preventing them from ot J meeting anywhere until for tho sate ty of their lives they wero compelled to secretly leave the Capital and go to tho city ot Louisville where they might hold their sessions lie sent his Adjutant General with n lawless mob to the Capital Hotel where Wm Goobel lay suffering with the agonies ot his cruel wound that by their boisterous laughter and the grounding ot their arms upon the brick pavements they might disturb the last hours of the dying man Ho made It necessary for the Court of Appeals to abandon their court room and seek safety In the city ot Louisville He made it dangerous for any man woman or child to walk upon the streets of the Capital City And yet this is the man now a fugitive from Justice who will return in triumph to Kentucky with a pardon before trial in his pocket It Mr Wlllson and the Republican ticket are elected in November This Is the man too whom a Re publican state convention only a few years ago after he had done all these things indorsed for his resolute and patriotic course This Is the man who Mr Willson says was resolute and patriotic whom Mr Willson sup ported in 1899 and supports now If he has over changed his opinion ho has not said so Is ho any better than Gov Bradley big mentor and chief advisor Is he any bettor than W S Taylor whoso resolute and patriotic course ho has Indorsed Can we expect more of him than wo could of Gov Bradley or of W S Taylor If so will ho please to explain to tho people in what respect ho differs from them or by what process of purification ho has been made better than they were Ho can not answer by retailing some ex ploded slander or baseless falsehood about the Democratic administration Ho must come to the point direct Tho people have no toleration for dodging or equivocation lie must either defend tho administrations of Gov Bradley anti Taylor or repudiate them And ho can not do either with out confessing tho futility of his can didacy and the absurdity of his claim- I will relieve him somewhat of his embarrassment and answer It for him He will not deny that my answer Is correct Ho does Indorse these two men and if elected Governor ho would show his indorsement by trying to send one to the U S Senate and bring the other a free man back to Kentucky Now let us look at the financial condition ot affairs when that party took charge in January 189C and the con dition when they went out In Februa ry 1900 Tho Republican Auditor stated that he found a debt ot 180000000 with cash In tho treasury amounting to 15373428 leaving a net debt of C462C5C2 Taking their own figures about which tnero is much question and It Is probable that they overstated the amount the fact remains that the debt which they found was not as great as the debt which they left In February 1900 for n state ment from tho Auditors office shows that on February 26 1900 when tho Pemrcratr tool charge of that department the total liabilities amount ed to 206299187 with 3G333467 cash in the treasury leaving a net debt of 1C99G5730 a greater amount than tho debt which they say existed when they first took charge It therefore appears that notwithstanding their Increase of tne tax rate ten cents and Issuing bonds for which they received nearly 540 00000 all done for he avowed pur pose of paying off the State debt they left the State in heavier debt than they found It They charged this debt to what they called Democratic extravagance no explaining to the people that the preceding Dem ocratic administration had been bur- ltten with extraordinary demands upon Its resources owing to the long session of the Constitutional Conven tion and the unusually long session of the General Assembly of 18919293 made necessary for the purpose of a revision of all our laws In accordance with the new constitution- In order to pay off tms debt as they claimed they called an extra session of the General Assembly in 1897 re secured the passage of acts to enable them to Issue bonds for J60000000j for which they received about 540 00000 and to Increase the tax rate from 4212 cents on the one hundred dollars to Democratic members voted for these measures because they placed patriotism above partisanship and did not want to em barmen the financial affairs of the Commonwealth merely to secure a party advantage What wns the result The bonded debt of the State was doubled mak ing it 100000000 the tax rate was raised to tho highest point in the States history nil doss they said to pay off debts and yet after their four years of power they left the State with a bigger debt than they found It In those four years and two months ot power they appropriated only 18700000 for public Improve ments while tho Democratic adminis tration slice It came into power with a reduced tax rate has paid oft all tho debt It inherited from the Republican administration made Ken tacky one of tho four or five States In tho Union which have no debt and appropriated over 260000000 for public improvements and In the esI tablishment and development of our InstitutionsIn by which the Republican administration raised the tax rate to 5212 cents they provided that at tho end ot their term the talrate should fall 5 cents or bo 4712 cents under which rate wp lived for twoI years when In 1902 the General Assembly raised it to 50 cents tho pres ent rate Consequently when wo came into control In February 1900 wo found a reduced tax rato seriously cutting down our revenues at a crltl cal time and a debt ot about 1100 00000 facing us What have we done under such dlsI astrous conditions With tho 11010I State in disorder nod chaos wo calmly went to worthwhile our enemies bitterly assailed and obstructed us nndI wo tried to faring order out of anarchy solvency out of bankruptcy Whether or not wo succeeded let the records speak In the place of mob rule we reestablished the authority of tho courts of Justice Instead of pJunglng the State into a bloody civil warfare WO calmly nod patiently awaited tho con stitutional determination of our cause btifornf tho Judicial tribunals Wo suffered much and wo bore much Havjn won out In over court from the Circuit Court of Kentucky to the Supremo Court ot the United States wo started out In an honest and bus Inossllko way to deserve tho confi deuce placed in us and to uplift Kentucky from tho fearful condition In which Republican ralsnilo had left her Wo wiped out tho State debt Wo bought up and burned before they were due tho million dollars ot bonds Wo enlarged and Improved every public Institution In tho State all of which were ina most dcplora oio condition when wo took charge Wo placed them upon the best bails ever before known and equal to those In the roost progressive States In America Wo established tho ConfedcrAto Home and yet Mr Wlilion says ho will get eighty per cent of tho Con federate vote Tho war has been over more than forty years and this is tho first and only administration that Boldlerlotthooo gallant old veterans when he charges thorn with such ingratitude Wo havo fostered and helped the Childrens Homo Society and made It a State Institution that It might continuo Its noble and splendid work among the helpless little orphans of tho State Today the Childrens Horne Society of Kentucky under its able management In recognized Ill tho best Institution of its kind In tho countryWe have reestablished the flee logical Survey that it might continue its excellent work In the development of our wonderful mineral wealth We have enacted we legislation for the betterment of our laboring people a child labor law a factory Inspection law and other laws for their welfare and advancement Wo have Increas ed tho term in our common schools from five rapnths to sJx months cost Ing nearly 40000000 more per year Wo have established two Stato Nor mal schools for the better training and perparatlon of our school teachers liberally providing for their main tonnnce and conduct We have given generously of our means to tho State College and the Colored Normal School Increasing their annual appro priation as well as giving them spe cial appropriations for their enlarge ment and improvement We have in creased the school per capita to the highest point ever known in the Stats In 1900 It was 245 this year Uis 340 Notwithstanding tho united opposition of the Republican lenders we passed the School Book law which gives to the children of the State their school books at onethird pleas than they formerly paid Th was one of tho platform pledges of Wm Goebel Kentucky is tho most generous State of all In the proportion of her revenues which she gives to the cause of education Out of her 50 cent tax rate she gives 26 12 cents to the pub tic schools anti normal schools 12 cent to the State College and 2 cents to tho sinking fund to pay the inter est on school bonds making 29 cents to that cause leaving only 21 cents for all the general expenses of tho Commonwealth in all of Its branches and its public institutions Many of the counties of the State have a high er rate than that for their county ex pongee In a few years with itho pres cat progress If the Democratic party Is continued in power we will have a school system equal to tho best In the country Can anyone point to a Ct single thing dODO by the Republican administration for the benefit of ed ucation Tho only thing it did was In 1899 when tho State campaign was on and it padded tho figures and created a largo deficit In tho fund the following year In order o show aa largo a per capUa as possible for tho campaign Wo have nearly finished a now Capitol building costing for the couplet II structure one million and n quar ter of dollars In beauty and magnifi cence It Is unquestionably tho handsomest Capitol to bo found in any of tho Southern States It will bo excelled by tow If any of tho other Capitol buildings in tho country It will not bo Inferior In architecture and beauty to the now Pennsylvania Capitol built by a Republican administration as a coat of 1300000000 When compared to thq cost per cublo foot of even Capitol jityMt in the past generation in any Strve the Kentucky 0 Capitol has coat lostkan any In fact only about half of what tho low est In other States have cost It Is pronounced by all who have scat It as n superb structure and splendidly + built To tho criticisms of our ono a mica wo need only answer Go and look at It Tho ninrvol is that so much could have been done and done so well for tho money used When completed in n few months it will bo n building worthy of tho prideof our people and of tho admiration of all who behold It Tho Republican candidate In their scarcity of campaign material havo trim to revive a miserable old slan der about tho employment of an arch itect That question has been thor oughly met and answered before tho people The building costs 1250n00000 and the li fM l WIOOO mnklnp 129000000 cox of o and structure Wo shall pay tho architect who designed and planned whokconstantly superintends and its contraction 5100000 for his ser vices or barely 4 per cent of the cost Every other Stale paid its are chitect 5 per cent That Is what tho government and every other concern pays a first class architect Mr Will Son borrows an old falsehood for UteIIn his campaign which has long since been exposed about a certain man who offered to furnish plans for ft Cnplol at 1600000 and that our board turned down his proposition Wo did nnd wo would do it again ItIfitmanrecord ID Texas and elsewhere shows that be wns dishonest and corrupt TtuIreport of the Texas Capitol Commit thfStateMr Wlllson knows tho record ot the man and I am surprised to learn that ho thinks Myers ought to have been chosen If ho was Governor and My era is his kind of architect and ho Is Myers kind of Governor thIn wo might have hid in Kentucky a similar tcoxporloncoCapitol of Pennsylvania Tho records of the Capitol Commission are open to tho Inspection of tho publiC and they present n comnMo refutation to ovrty attack made upon thnt board Wo art proud of Ntho record And If the Republican candidates will Just pause for n few days in their wild and reckless campaign and como to Frankfort wo will courteously show them the records and give them a perfect opportunity to look ftt the books In every ment of the Slate Wo Invite and urRo 11epartjevery department of the ernmont Wo nvtn and urgo do so Wo will afford them every ni slstnnco they irny need Mir Wlllson lives only a short distance from Frankfort less than two hours rider why Is It then he has not been up and made n portion a Inspection of this Captol and the records before going out to tho people and repeating 1heno alnndern aiJd calumnies widen i ho knows to be false If he was honest In there charges ho would have made a personal Investigation and not relied upon tho false rumors coming from some vicious malcon tents It Is strange in tho light ot experience that a Republican ticket In i this Stato con not learn that honesty is tho best policy and that In itho end truth is tho most powerful cam paign argument The people of Kentucky are never going to elect a can didate or a party whoso campaign Is based upon falsehood and calumny In every campaign where I havo met them the Republican candidates have seemed to bo actuated by tho overwhelming conviction thnt a falsehood toll to hundredIpeople was tho best campaign argument If only fifty of them should over hoar the correction of it Do feated every time when they hap made such a light It is surprising therefore that they have not profited by experience and pitched this cam palgn upon a higher plane Ho and his associates have been far back in tho mountains trying to Impose those i well known slanders upon tho good- School Shoes We have three kinds of Shoei for girls aunt boys that arc wear resistors r We pay especial attention to this line of goods to have the quality and price right r e I SEVERANCE STANFORD BTAJJFOIID KY SKIT 13 190 SEE our window for reduction sale of box papers GOc and 25c boes now 16c to maKo room for now Btock Pennys Drug Store PERSONALS MR W F POWEIL U clerking for II J McRobcrU MRS MARY WRAY is convalescent wo are glad to say MRS J M PHILLIPS JRS threats cd with typhoid fever BRYAN BALLARD of Bryantsvllle Is the guest of Ed Ballaid Miss SARAU SINGLETON of Louis ville is with Mrs J T BIngaman Miss ANGLE KlNNAlRD of LancasU was the guest of Miss Clara Cooper THOMPSON of Klngsvill I Is oulafter a spell with yellow jaundic Miss JEAN BUCHANAN was on Tuesdays train returning from Louisville Miss ELIZABETH ALLEN of Millers burg is with Miss Sallie Taylor Woods Mn W J DROWN and wife of Som In this count enet are with relatives MR R S SCUDDER has his good string of hors6s at Richmond this week MRS WILL SCOTT of Danville Is with Mesdames Stephens and Relnhar MRS T A RICE and W C Shanks ore Jag Mrt II K Brown at New Costl f Miss BBTTIB BALLARD of Richmond has been the guest of Mrs Joseph Cor feyMRS JF CUMMINS spent several days in Danville with Mrs Bland Dal lard MRS AL WEBBER of Bloomingtor IlL U with her sister Mrs Mollie 1Wray JAMES RAMBO and Miss Lluio both of the Maywood section arc MR AND Mns J H EADS ore spend t Ing the week with friends in Wayn HANNAH AND PEARL ALe BRIDGE are back from a visit to Gar rard relatives MRS ED M NEVIUS and children aro hero from Galveston Texas to remain s month or so MESSRS HAYS FOSTER and Bevcrl Rout have matriculated at State Co j lego Lexington MRS JESSE TRAYLOR went up to East Bernstadt Tuesday to stay a few days j with her husband MRS W J ROMANS and Miss Ircn Romans of Lancaster were guests of Mrs W A Carson MR JOSEPH GOODE has returned from New Orleans and reports his sot Jack Goode much berter MISSES PEARL BURNSIDE and MattI Hays Owsley will spend a week or two In Lebanon and I uisvilo MR W I WILLIAMS and wife and Mr L L Walker of Lancaster war at tho St Asaph Hotel Wednesday- MR H L UNDERWOOD of Lexington has moved his family to the cot tago recently vacated by Mrs Mueller MISSES BERTIE MURPHY Cora Nun nclley and Ruth Tanner of McKinney have matriculated at Georgetown Col legoMISSES NELL AND JOSEPHINE WAR REN returned to Cave Spring Ga to resume their duties in the School for the Deaf I tiMiss JEAN BRUCE HALDEMAN and Miss Johnson will leave Thurs day for Crab Orchard to visit Mia Haldemans grandmother Mrs John i Buchanan Wednesdays Courier Jour- nala I MISSES SOPHIA ALCORN and Mary Burch left Wednesday for North hump ton Mass where they will perfed themselves for teachers In tho Schoo for tho Deaf They were accompanies by Mr K S Alcorn and Miss Patth EDWARD H DORION of Mem phis Tenn is tho guest of Miss Susan Fisher Wood9 Mrs Dorion was the handsome Miss Lucio Allen of Millers burg who frequently visited tho Misses Woods hero several years ago and her numerous friends are delighted to have her with them again MRS W II MCKINNEY of Lincoln f county returned homo yesterday after- a visit at the home of Dr J M Owens Mr and Mrs R S Scudder of Lin coin county who were attending the fair last week returned home Mr Scudder had bistable of horses hero and took several good premiums Capt vJohn G Pierce of Moreland was among tho happy visitors to tho city fair No more popular man grassIISomerset SAM LE TAN was in Loulsvillo this J 0 DECK of Somerset is hero with his parents Miss OPHELIA CHANCELLOR Is with her sister at Hurnside Mug J P DENIIAM and grand daug torn are with Mt Vernon relatives Miss MARGARET LEWIS is with her sister Miss Georgia Lewis at Crab Orchard MISSES VIRGINIA BOURNE and Mary HigKlns have returned to Cincinnati college of Music TUB Misses Wcarcn have returned to Cairo III after a pleasant visit herewith relatives and friends MISSES SUSIE SANDERS and Addle McClary leave today for Omaha Nebi to teach in the D D Institute MRS J Ii UouiiN and daughter Misses Virginia and Nell of Lancastci were guests of Mrs W K Warner MRS II II SAUFLEY and son Roy yesterdofromer at Pueblo MISSES MARGARET AND JOAN MOUNT of Lancaster attended the dcllghtfi reception given by Miss Susan Fisher Woods Wednesday evening LOCALS Do not forget tho rink Hoofs for rent W H Hfugins BEST school shoes At Cummins McClaryIIECLEANEDaery 0 J H Baugh man Co- SPECTACLES eye glasses etc at W H Muellers ONLY a few of those good creamery cans teftlFarris FOR tho best lino ranges to select from go to Farris FOR bushels rye J F Cover Turncrsvlllo 4U ooffstoves and ranges from which to select at Singletons 1 size bottle Burdock tonic compound for only 25c at tho Stanford Drug Co FOR Dr Bronaugh prop erty till the end of 1007 Apply to L M Omer MR JAMES A unnEeAn us to inform tho people that he Is candidate for assessor Tile L will sell roundtrip tickets to tho State Fair Sept 14 to 20 inclusive at 330 IIAVING +muleshave withdrawn my sale for Sept 12 B Ramsey Jr Paint Lick JUST recicved a largo line of stoves and ranges Call and see them and get prices G Singleton FOR RENTMire Wallaces property on Danville street apply to L K lughcs Stanford Ky WANTED piano mandolin and guitar pupils beginlng the third week in September Miss Margaret Lewis TilE L N has treesated depot here to a much needed coat of paint rhoy should have given us a new depot instead FOR SALE Buggy surrey pony and harness playhouse swing book cases household and kitchen furniture See- Mj Omer- FILEYODR CLAUlsTho last day for Ming claims against Lincoln county in hiding turnpike claims will be Sent 21 George B Cooper clerk CRAB ORCHARD Graded School tax is now due If not paid before Oct 1st per cent penalty will bo added Mau rice M Perkins collector and treasury DONT fail to hear Judge S W linger tho next governor of Kentucky speak at Lancaster at 2 oclock this Friday fternoon Something good is in store for you BESIDES shipping Ice by the carload to neighboring towns the Stanford Water Light Ice Co is sending lots of- Ice to the monntaln towns Wednesday over 3000 pounds went by express Tim driven Sand E B enhama coal wagon ran away coming down Depot street the other day and riking himself against WlI Muellers corner was badly injured The animal fell and the mad pace was discontinued Come To Books The boys and girls will now turn from the happy daya of vacation to the schoolroom You cant wear homespun linen and linsey like father and mother Wo have all the necessaries for comfortable school clothes There is nothing to be gained by delay Take advantage of the present large assortment and reasonable prices SON RINK Friday night GRAPES for sale Ed Hubbard Stan ford DOORS open for the rink at 730 Friday night SOUTH BEND watches for sale at Muellers THE L N allowed Dr R L Da vison 125 for the killing of his family horse LOUISVILLE police are making it hot for cocaine venders A crusade should be made on tho sale of tho fear ful drug here NEWS comes thaonlyan footwear will bo worn this season Of course tan stockings will have to bo worn to match the shoes THE L N will run an excursion from this place to Louisville on Sept 29th Price round trip 176 Train leaves at C15 A IL THE Congregationoaf the church on Lancaster street has had Its houso lor worship neatly painted in frontnnd it now is In keeping with tho interior PLATFORM The L N has agreed to place a platform at Haydcn static for tho benefit of tho traveling public- Mrs W G Welch was instrumental In having it done MR Ex REYNOLDS andfamily has moved to tho farm ho recently bought of W S E B Denham Mr J B artain will move to tho residence they vacated in n few days MEN WANTED white men for hop work in Freeport III Must hay rood habits Steady work Send two- cent stamp for particulars to W II Tall No 90 Winnesheik Street Free err III I WILL teach my usual class In art at the Graded School this year I havaoi sands some water color pictures for sale Will take orders for wood carv- Ing pastel and place cards Charlotte L Warren FINE FARM FORSALEl have n splendid farm of about 200 acres for sale It Is well Improved watered enced and all necessary outbuildings Apply to J A Rice Moreland Ky R F D No1 140 Lexington and return via Queen Crescent route from Junction City- Ky Oct 818 good returning Oct 19tl Account of Kentucky Trots For formation ask Agents or write H C ting G P A Lexington Ky FOR SALEA new tarction engine one separator self feeder and wmi tacker One saw mill with 300001 feet of logs to saw at 50c per 100 The owners only reason for selling is on account of ill health All this machinery Is comparatively new and cost about 3000 It can be bought for a very low price See or address L R Hughes Stanford Ky MONTICELLOJ Bcazley has his string of Inc show horses at the Mon cello fair this week and had captured tqe following premiums at last accounts Ho won both first and second In the best saddle mare or gelding ring with Sweet Mario and Carrie Nation fancy turnout double team also second with Tevis Carpenter also fancy harness marc or gelding ring To MAMMOTII AVELowest rate ever named 1265 from all stations on Kentucky Division from Stanford tc Lichmond Sept 26 This amount will Include the railroad fare also board at Cave hotel from arrival for supper un- tll after breakfast morning of third day also the long and short routes the cave Including special side trip to- see the ruins of Karnah or Great Mammoth Dome Through coach on regu Inr morning train See L Nogenta EVANS Hardly has the little town of redhead ever sustained a greater shock when at an early hour last Tuesday it was announced that Miss Sallie Evans was dead Miss Sallie was tho beautiful daughter of Mr and Mrs W T Evans She was about 20 years of- figo and a very popular young lady Bo sides her father and mother sho leaves four brothers and two sisters Miss Evans was to have entered college at Derea this week On Monday sho was In seemingly good health and spirits nnd was horseback riding most of the- aay The cause of her sudden death can not be ascertained A FRIEND Roosts for rent Mrs L C Carter Stanford ENGAGE your skates for the rink Fri day night NEW Columbia seed wheat for sale Extra good Hustonvillo Roller Mills Hustonville BOYS school suits that stand the wear 150 660 At Cummins McClary SOME skunk into 0 P Huffman butcher shop Wednesday night and Chief Jones Is making a monster cfTor to locate the guilty party A GREAT crowd will gather at Jumb Sunday next to witness the dedication services of the immense tabernacle there by Dr L L PiCkett MRS ED M NEVIUS of Galveston Texas is with the homefolks here She settled with the Galveston authorities and was given 2300 Item husband was killed in the fire there it will be recall ed TimE McKinney Canning Co is doing a good business this year in putting up tomatoes They have already conned between 75000 and 80000 cans and are putting up between 600 and 700 bushels daily Tins office is under lasting obligations to that cleverest of clever gentlemen Mr James F Cummins for timely work on its gasoline engine Mr Cum mins not only knows all about a gasoline engine but cheerfully helps those who at times are not able to help them selves SCHOOL PATRONS NOTICEThe pupils of the primary grade or first grade of he Stanford Graded School will report for work at the college building on Main Street Monday Sept 16 at 8 A 1 This move is necessary because of rowded conditions J W Ireland iupt AT the country home of Mr and Mrs E P Woods on Wednesday afternoon Miss Susan Fisher Woods delightfully entertained from 2 to 5 oclock at progressive euchre in honor of Mrs Edward U Dorion of Memphis Tenn Misses Pearl Burnside Mattio Hays twsley of Columbus Ga and Elizabeth Wall Allen of Millersburg There yore about 40 guests present Delic ous delicacies were beautifully prepared and elegantly served Miss Woods at the end was showered with hearty congratulations on all sides The Frankfort State Journal The Democratic State Organ during the coming campaign It Will Keep You Posted It will give you the latest and most reliable news every day Skating Rink Waltons Oper- aToNight Doors open at 730 oclock Skates galore Como and enjoy yourself while it is cool and nice Stanford Rink Club s School Hose t A special value 19 CO dozen 2x4 Corduroy Ribbed Hose 5 to 9 at only lOc per pair These usually tell at 15c South East Corner Main and Depot Streets t Come to Tribble l8l Hughesdfor your Dry Goods Shoes 5 and lOc Goods New Outings Plaid Soisettes Dress GoodsIJelts Gloves lint Pins Belt Buckles Dimity Hand t kerchiefs and Ribbons ore all in and ready for you TRIBBLE HUGHES Dry Goods Notions Shoes Phone 156 Opera House Block Opposite Court STANFORD KENTUCKY Housej FALL SHOES We are now showing the most complete line of Mens Ladies and Childrens Shoes ever shown in this market coil and Lei us Show You They are all right and will please you W B Perkins Crab Orchard Kentucky The Best and The Cheapest I The Old Re liable Old Hickory Wagon Call and See- E T PENCE STANFORD IKY The Sue Bennett Memorial School London Ky Established eleven years Christian influences Ideal site Military training Thorough work Music and Business specialties Work provided for needy and deserving students School opens Tuesday Sept 3rd Write for catalogue Address J C LEWIS Prin London Ky Interior Journal Ji1TheEntered in the PottOffice at Stanford JIIQtIdclau maUer i lUBLISDJIID TUESDAYS AND FRIDAY e AT 100 PER YEAR CASK AWhen not so paid 8100 will be charged Jesse W Sweeney moral roR Livery Food and Salo Stable Lancaster K- yNOTICE I It Any one needing a Union Jnck and Win iltretcher cRnllRo their order with T U 2 ewlnnd nt HtnnforU Ho Jm one be will t show you and take your order and will nil Ijr tile PInO on shorluotlco R T LUNSr01tD v NOTICE situated miles Hout of Jlchlnneya station on tho C H IL I- tiand on Mlddleburg ptko on which hnckt ran Unlly except mindny DOW open for the treatment of Hheunm turn Liver Kldne IllnUder and nil Stow aeh and Dowel Troubles Rheunmtlini u t t reasonable rates For pnrtlcu lara nnd termanddrese- F M SUIf Pror KF D Box 32 Ituatonvil- leKYCARTERB ID NowLiveryDepot Streetr Phone 96 8T NFORDKENTUCK A S PRICEr Surgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY i Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building The Fisher Hotel Spears Fisher Pror CRAB ORCHARD KENTUCKY On Lnncaeter Rtrlet between Hprlngs nod town 34 tulle front Halt SulPhur Well SRIIIO distance from Drown Springs 8pl tR bio and cool comfortable rooms Rates r c per week INSURANCE lire Lightning Wind Storm Life and Accident None the HTltO GHT and BBbT Represented Lowest Pos Rates Guaranteed Loss Paying Bee rfllUnequolled Talk with MAHONY Stanford Kentucky Residence Phone No St IIVE ME YOUR ORDER I CAN PLEASE you Why bu readymade clothing when there Is so little dlHerence In the price of ready- made suits and a suit mnde to your measure taken by an experienced tailor have n handsome line of Hprlnif Summer goods an make from n low price business to the flnestdresi suit Overcoats Tron era and Fancy Vests The company 1 rep resent Is second to none II O UUPLEV The Tailor Stanford Ky Boone Walls Successors to B D Carter Livery Feed and Sale Stable Depot Street STANFORD KY Special Attention GIven Commercial Men Good mill at Reasonable Kates Stock Pone In Connection Also for all kind of Harvesting Machinery Gasoline and Hteam MilliItThreshing Machinery and Saw will pay you to see us before YOU Also commission salesmen for secondhand machinery Je C McClary Undertaker Embalmer and Dealer in Harness Saddlery STANFORD KY Office Phono Homo Phone 35 JnL Beazley Co Undertakers and Embalm en Also Dealers in Fur niture MattingaRugs They willjexchange Furniture for all Kinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY I FARMERS DEPARTMENT T W Jones bought Monday 100 hogs at 6Jc F Reid sold to a Knoxville party carriage horse for 400 FOR SALE10 good yearling mules Isaac Hubbard Moreland Ky Sow and three young pigs for sale Mrs W B McRoberts Stanford F Reid shipped to Virginia nine colts and four Jersey cows at good prices LOST black sow weigh 40 lbs slit in each car Frances Thomas Stanford 2t FOR SALE3oo good stock ewe Fresh from mountains Lynn B Lute Stanford Few nice Western horses for sale See me quick if you want one J Nevin Carter Moreland J Carter Hays sold to W S Doa his farm of 131 acres for 3300 and will give possession in a few weeks FOR SALESix two year old mules from cotton to sugar and two goo young horses R E Gaines Walnut Flat Theo Bales sold n five month old mare colt of Washington Denmark to Pension Agent A B Parkey for 200 London Sentinel FOR SALESix thoroughbred Poland China boars ready for service Goo bone and subject to registery S J Embry Jr Stanford A white gilt weigh about SO pounds is in stray pen owner can get same by paying for her keep and this notice R G Jones Marshal FOR SALEDy Hancock Taylor i Co 236 6th Street Louisville Ky 137 acres of land five miles from Stan ford near McKinney on Queen S Cres cent railroad for 1000 Write quid if you want it According to the estimates ofthe Agricultural Department the condition of corn on September 1 was 802 as compared with 828 last month 902 on Sep tember 1 1906 and a tenyears average of 81 The average condition of spring wheat when harvested was 771 as compared with 794 last month lAnd 834 for 1906 at the time of harvesting Lame Back This Is an ailment for which Cham berlalns Pain Balm has proven es pecially valuable In almost every Instance it affords prompt anti perm nent relief Mr Luke LaGrange of Orange Ml b says of It Afte using a plaster and other remedies for three weeks for a bad lame back I purchased a bottle of Chamberlain Fain Balm and two applications effected a cure For sale by all drug gists Kind LadyWhat occupation do you two poor men follow Gritty GeorgeWhy mum we are nature fakers Kind LadyNature fakers Gritty GeorgeYes we play do elephant in de show Sandy is do heat and I am de legs Chicago Daily News Had Tetter for Thirty Years I have suffered with tetter for third years and have tried almost countless remedies with little if any relief Three boxes Chamberlains Salvo cured me It was a torture It breaki out a little sometimes but nothing to what it used to doD H Beach Midland City Ala Chamberlalni Salvo is for sale by all druggists Kentucky Fair Dates The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1907 as far as reported Monticello Sept 104 days Glasgow Sept 114 days Kentucky State Fair Louisville iept166 daystThe New Pure Food and Drug Law We are pleased to announce that oloya Honey and Tar for coughs colds and lung troubles is not affected by the National Pure Food and Drug law as it contains no opiates or ether armful drugs and we recommend It- as a safe remedy for children and adults Pennys Drug Store After a hard fight the Red Men in session at the Jamestown Exposition decided to erect their Long House at Louisville It will cost between half a million and a million dollars and will probably be 10 stories high Lost and Found Lost between 930 p M yesterday and noon today a bilious attack with nausea and sick headache This loss was occasioned by finding at Pennys Drug Store a box of Dr Kings New Lifo Pills the guarntced cure for bll unless malaria and jaundice 25o Homer Casey n traveling salesman was shot and killed by an assassin near ashington Ind on the day before he- was to have been married Healthy kidneys filter the impurities from the blood and unless they do- this good health is impossible Fo loys Kidney Cure makes sound kid neIs and will positively cure all forms of kidney and bladder disease It rengthens the whole system Pennys Drug Store TilE Central Kentucky Real Estate Exchange Title Co has farms of 100 to 600 acres for sale at a bargain Write or apply for particulars and prices NOTICE Twelve New Webber TwoHorio Wngou- lIgolIlcou1ll1tOJones McKinney Attention Please I desiringAny honest temporary or rmmiont employment should call on El pert K Young ut K llNo1 ad dress Wnynesuurg RIt F Have you received nn appointment to the FALL TERM of the State Normal Ifnot see our Count Superintendent at once about it The institution for the teachtra and pupils of Kentucky rural schools If you have not seen tho new cat log write a postal card request forI one today Address R N ROARK Richmond Ky Commissioners Sale Lincoln Circuit Court Matthew Voodsoii ns inlinr etc vs IUi noveretnl Notice of Sale Pursuant to n judgment of tho Llncol circuit court rendered in the above style notion the undersigned Comtnltilonur wll on WEDNESDAY MBIT Im- lhnen II u and li sell nt public out to for highest nnd best bidder the 01 estate hereinafter de crll ed Sad real estate of three tracts of lout which are contiguous unit which will bold alone tract nlo will 00 made at the resident crllltiionestate lived prior to his All of said land Is located In Lincoln rout ty Kentucky near the town of Turner vllle The first tract Is bounded and described a follows lleglnnlni at n stake In Manus Shockers line thence N K 11 poles IS links to a Itone corner to Ilocker thence 6 K 45 poles IS links thence X V thence HOW t poles to tbe beginning containing 7 acres the snnm txo Ing that tract of land conveyed by Welch eomunissloner to O J Crow ns In the otllce of tho clerk of the Lincoln coma court In feed Hook IS page 190 From thlo however Is reserved n met containing acre one rood nod poles conveyed hysahl Orow to Halite Balky us appears In the clerks olllco In Deed Hook 86 page Tho second tract Is that conveyed to O I Orow by Ij U Coal et til ns nppenn In tho onice of the aforesaid clerk book me 32 It Is bounded and described 01 followsiteing situated on tho water or Hanging Fork Creek and the Stanford tHnstonvllle at Its Intersects with the McKinney turnpike beginning In the middle of the IIrl 1lkt thence with said N SlU Kll poles l K8I poles N 1tpoles N i HK W pole m K 0 tx le II links N MS K poles 8 links to Ei leaving tnter 01 pike with hie line W J I links to stone his corner t1unleIOntinulng with his line H W Wtl polelO links to hiM corner thence with linn same N 71 S idles to corner of Mrs llocker thenc- her line and line of Or Mocker H 4 W ll x lcs to n black walnut thence H Si i K I links thence H 40U K 11 poles links thence H H W II poles 10 links to middle of creek corner to Carter thence hl line Slt lEitholes SI links to the 1lln- nlng I acre rood U poles of land Thlnl tract Is thus described Hltuatn on Hookers branch and beginning at n lIone In the road nnd corner to Samuel locket thence his line N KC7 poles links to stake to land sold to O J Crow thence N 1 E is holes to n stake corner to land sold to Crow nnd In Mrs Ooodes line thence HW W links to renter of tate Infron of John O ode Bate thence with the roa H K M poles lOllnks to the beRlnnlngcon taming SI acres roods nnd 4xile of land This property was conveyed to O JOrow bL WO Commlmloner on March nnd the deed thereto Was recorded In the atlleuof the Clerk of the LlncolnCount Court on Sept 2i The three foregoing described tracts nff contiguous rind form one well arranged nnd located hotly of land The Improvement thereon consist of a good residence house with outbuildings of the usual character barn large tobacco burn nnd two good ten ant house It ls situated at a point when goal turnpikes converge one leading to McKinney 2 miles distant which Is the nearest nillroau station one to More land live miles clUtant on Q5 O II It from which place It H warn miles to Dan vllle one to Stanford five miles dlstantnn the other to lIulton lie five miles distant All these roads art ROod turnpikes Thi residence Is only anlll from the nostofllci and general store at Turnorsvllle nnd li rinse proximity to church and school house Water In quantities Is found Ir every field The salt will be mnde on credits of n and 13 months onehalf of the purchase prlco tc Iw due and payable together with Inter Ist that may accrue theon lit the expira tlon of each of the periods of time afore mid For the purchase price tho pnrchasei will required to Rive bond with good per tonal security payable to the Commissioner and bearing Interest at the rate of 6 prC- olIt per annum from dute of solo until paid and a lion will retained on the land told to further secure the payment of bonds OEO B SAUFLEY M C L C C OajtT D English Auct NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATORSSALE On WEDNESDAY HKPT 23 nt the ate residence of O J Crow deceased at Curnorsvtlle Ky on the Hustonvlllo A itanford pike In Lincoln county Kyjilmut tho hour of oclock A M will offer for ale at outcry to the highest and heat tlddor the following iwrsnnal property vlx fwo sows shouts Jersey and Ihorthorn milk vows 8 eiilve II good feed cuU2 work mules and sheep horses onslstlngof two brood mans comhlnwl loose nmlonc Dignity flare eolt3 yoars old out of n highbred uxlngton mare und ono or tho lest Dignity lure colts wellbroko to ride and drive a lot of chickens two area wagon buggy buckbonrd and ouble sot of wagon harness a sets buggy armless I elder mill corn drill i cultlvit ors4 lot of tools cnttlne box mowenOlltchrnrkl1 riding plow settler 40 micros of corn In acres of toll cco Whales hay a lot of lumber n lot of to occo sticks bales wire 8 stands bees ouiehold and kitchen furniture TKIIMH OF HALKArtlcles under ash In hand over rlO bond with approved urety due four months alter date bearing merest from date until paid at n por cent per annum will d Purchaser will lease come prepared to comply with tho cnn of sale M WOODHOW AdmlnUtratoiO Crows Kstate lJlIt T D English Auctioneer At tho same time and placo I will offer for Inlo the front of Mrs Joe II Monln and Woodson consisting of acres 87 ncrei- In a fine set of Timothy and Clover and the PRSturecrops nnd early gross Kunnlng water thro ns ureandIspringsInmeadow This land ibis the farms of John K nnd James N ash Also ti acres knob land be offer ed for tale Terms made known on day of 1 ale ilWOODBON Agent L at N TIME TABLi No SI Mouth 1111 VM No hl south 12sW P No SI North 4aa1 No S3 North Jill P JOS Se RICE Agent PUBLIC SALE I will sell at public solo nt Ornb Orchnrd nt a i onHATUHDAY 8K1T 7 ISW my liveroom cottage nt that place ThO house Is modern In ail tins tint porches loud outbuildings garden nnd abundance of fruit Lot contains One uro mldnytor It F D No Stanford Ky 50 Years An Agency5 The oldest in Central Ken tuck Get my Rates Gee IforeInsuring Nothing but Companies Repre sented Jesse D Wearen The Insurance Man Phone 21 STANFORD KY Fine Blue Grass Farm For Sale SH acres of fertile land excellently proved with it twostory frame 111 II nit enormous stock harm std neverfnllli water situated on the OOlle uPIIturnpike xk miles from IIUItOIl1II1- In Lincoln County Kentucky being tlfarm on which D inriN iit r rvsld In his lifetime will bo altered nt prlvn sale for n llmllrd time Tho owners nN nonrvsldentsof the State and not bellig ably to give their rsoiint attention to tho farm hove decided to soil It at n fair pale Address all Inquiries for price terns nlld otnvr particulars to- CHVHLKHN MANNING Security Trust Co Lexington Ky FINE FARM FOR SALE IN GAr RARD COUNTY A line blue grass rant for sale situated on new pike near Point Lenvell and six mil south of Lancaster containing ai ncn well located In good netghliorhood 1lnll part of tho John Walker tract with a ham onto new twostory sevenroom resident thereon rvcently completed with nil out buildings nnd great now barn 4ux n Well watered six never fnlllni springs and Ckrunning through TKIIXU S cash In hand Imlance one and cent two yennromdayof sale tearing six Ir Verses looking for such placo 111080 write K M nnd Jon Walker living on LoIIell or u Wnlklr suinfdrdtKy Isabelle P E il and W 0 Walker Leayell Ky FOR SALE I A fine Lincoln county farm containing 230 acres of rich Blue Grass land ThIs land is hoe hemp and tobacco land made last year 85 bushels of corn lo the our This farm has a large frame house of nine rooms halls porches cellars etc Two stock barns one new stock barn the farm is well watered with never failing springs and creek It is on a good turnpike and near town and school This is an upIo date place and will be sold at a bargain II sold within the next Co days J4 cash bal ante to suit purchaser For further formation in regard to farm write L R Hughes or James I White Stanton Ky NIBBLE PDIC Undertakers and- Embalmers STANFORD KY Also Furniture of All Kinds Carpets Druggets Rugs Mattings Picture Frames Shades Lace Curtain and Wall Paper Mr E T Bcazley has charge of the Undertaking Department TRIBBLE 8 PENCE Day Phone 28 Night 160 or 133 Druggist Takes His Own Medicine The man who sells remedies for most nfterdaythetheso remedies naturally comes to know the superior from the inferior and when the time crones that he hrs to do clde on which remedy he will take ho 01 course selects one he Was heard the most pralso of His own opinion oupled with that of his customers tight to rO far ln convlnclD Ihe layman that Inthoflelc1CityKalltars and when finally he himself began to hesitancydecidinglake It was Dr CaJdwells Syrup Pepsin lofrlIaltlaopfnleD and be Is cured It was the same with Druggist Kennedy of Ledazton ru Ut was not very robust had constipation and such troubles so going oa whet his customers who had used It told him hllbeeaallYdruqsrltweU1 Syrup Pepsin for obstinate rspepsla Indigestion flatulency biliousness diarrhea jaundice and whether the disease Is In aninfantchiildwomlan ormallIt the best family laxative It Is gentle and fectlre pleasant and tare The proprietors laanteo It absolutely both as to purity mod relul11 to be Usually one or two doni will bring about a complete change for- Ibe better and as It Is only cents or tl a bot abolUovriihlnr to try Dr IITEST wells buySyrup Pepsin tutor Inl can atvt a free sample dmtlmr the company TblioferlitopraviUiMtlxl msdy do at we claim and It only aria to krve taken It Send for It If you Rare any rmptomt ef itomach liver or bowel dusts lentfeit tel read eftcBve laxative for children women aed old lolkl IMtrantted permanent home curs THE UBUe VCRDIOT LautM so Good and sure- ORCALOWCLLISVIIWrEPSlM TMt product WI purity fuaranM No Watkjffcton 0 C I PEYIIIffI Ht t SSMWI1 Dld trtlsN1W Crossett Shoes i Are good company and make short f miles Every mile will seem only a block if your feet are in Shoes Patent CoItBox CrossettImetal narrow toes wide instep Weve got eml Just a little of your time and well appre ciate the chance to show you what we ha- veSAM ROBINSON STANFORD KY offSUPERIOR GRAIN DRILLI i At W H HIGGINS Stanford Kentucky More Superior Grain Drills in Use in Lincoln county than all others combined Disc Har rows Oliver Plows First National BankStutter Kyi I I Capital Stock 50000 This Institution was original established as the Deposit flank of Stanford In 1191 then reorganised as the National Rank of Stanford In IKS and again reorganised at the Flit National Bank of Stanford In 1811 having had practically an Snider rupted existence for 41 rears It Is better supplied now with faculties for transact In easiness promptly and well than ever before In Its long honorable carter Accounts of Individuals Fiduciaries and Cor porations Solicited Offoars tJ t HOOKER PreetrIT IlAHiti V Free J1 MoUOBEHTB Cbr W II WKABKNAsitObii Directors V Reid Dsnvllle T Harris Stanford J8 hocks Stanford K L Tanner McKinney M D Klmore Stanford II Banghman Stanford T P Stanford Jaa Robinson Hubble 111 Baughman Stanford J M Pests Stanford 0 E Tate Stanford NoticeFarmersWe If you have n farm for sale write to us ACCOUNTS AND NOTES COLLECTED PROMPTLY Reference Any Bank in Somerset- Addre8i Somerset Real Estate Agency Somerset Ky Something New and Fancy- in Enameled Cham ber Pallst tBa tlt I GE O D HOOPER t Main Street STANFORD KY