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I- u iuI THE INTERIOP JOURNAL 1 iW PIYOL XXXVII STANFORD KY TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 7 1909 HO 55 The Effect of Printers Ink Like poison Ivy and the eeven year Itch is printers Ink Once gotton on the fingers jt Is Impossible to eradicate It from the system These thoughts are evoked by the announcement of the reentrance of Mr W P Walton Into Lexington newspa tperwork He Is very nearly If not the neator of Kentucky journalism Ho was tempted to come to Lexington from Stanford of which ho was the leading citizen to take chargo of the Lexington Democrat which wo pur chased from him nearly five years ago After a short rest he purchased and- y revived the Kentucky State Journal retaining however his homo in Lex ington during his ownership and editor 4 ship of that paper Some months ago he sold that paper and engaged in the brokerage builnew in Lexington and the announcement was made by his friends that he had retired from the newspaper world for good But he has found it Impossible to rid himself of the disease of printers Ink which he contracted at a time when the memory of man runneth not to the contra ry and now the announcement Is made that he has acquired an Interest in the Kentucky Gazette Publishing Company and will have entire control of the editorial policy of that paper For fear some one may get the mis taken and erroneous Idea that our com parison of the effects of poison ivy and the sevenyear Itch to the effects of printers Ink ta Intended for anything more than to emphasize the compelling held the newspaper profession has upon Its we distinctly and emphat f Isally disavow any purpose of suggest IK tlt Mr Waltons reentrance Into LexlSgtM journalism will bo somewhat like tiwjreturn of the itch to those whom he opposes He to a democrat dyed In the wool To him It Is u capital crime for one who has been a democrat to oppose democratic candidates or a democratic platform Ho gives his first allegiance r to tho regular organization condemn ing with unmeasured scorn those who aro Independent In politics and damn ing with unstinted blame those who OP- pose the democratic party Ho has always wielded a trenchant and forceful pen in his younger days permitting himself to use n violence of language which wo believed then and know now from tho acquaintance wo have had with him did not represent hit real nature which Is kindly As we took occasion to say In com menting upon the sale of the Kentucky State Journal he has gotten more mel low more gentle more tolerant with a advancing age and greater succws We 4 hope that in tho conduct of the Gazette his earnestness of purpose will bo so tempered by tho kindliness of his na ture that there will be no new wounds reopenedi The Dom I e osrat at which time It was absorbed by the Herald have seen remarkable growth In Lexington and great channel In the newspaper world At that tlmo both The Herald and The Loader vfero more thap content with n flatbed Cox duplex press each rather pluming it self upon tho necessary ownership and use of such a press Now both The Herald and The Lead er have perfecting presses the speed of which Is moro than twice as groat as that of the Cox duplex and we pro sumo it is conservative to say that each publishes twice as much matter as well as twice as many papers during the week as it did five years ago We doubt not that Mr Walton can and will adapt himself to the changed circumstances and If any man can make a success of a partisan newspaper in thLexington he can By nature by hab by conviction he is a partisan ho has more than any editor we know the confidence and admira tion of those who believe in party reg ularity eo that under his editorship 1t there is reason to believe that tho Gazette will achieve greater success and have wider Influence than it has had since jt was launched upon tho f tempestuous and somewhat uncertain i sea whose waves ebb and flow over so many journalistic wrecks To him personally we extend greet- Ings i To him professionally we hopo and expect to give through these col I umns much good advice and many wise admonitions which wo are entirely I confident ho will not accept and will return in kind ITohim politically wo wish success in the campaign in which he evidently in tends to take an active and aggressive part Editorial Lexington Herald It is tho weak nerves that are cry- Ing out for help Then help them dont drug the stomach or stimulate the Heart or Kidneys That is wro- ngFVitalize these weak Inside nerves with f Dr Shoops Restorative and see how last good health will come to you again Test it and see Sold by Pennys Drug Store Another Word From Turnersville Whether I be called a citizens or not Turncrsvllle has been my home all my life and as it seems to be in the lime light just now I beg Mr Editor to be allowed to say a word This Is the first time in its history that Turnersville has been given a kick and if those who are doing the kicking would only stop and do a little lifting there wouldnt be any kicking to be done Whose fault is it that such stuff as cream of hops Is sold in our vicinity Whose duty is it to seo that it is not sold there Where pray are the offi cers of Lincoln County As to the article in regard to the affair at thu church Sunday night which stated that the religious worship was disturbed is a mistake for not even Bro Walker was aware of the young mans presence until the services were over And If tho Deacons and Elders havent ugrlt they probably have a little more of the Uloe that suffercth long and U kind and were simply wait Ing to manage the affair for the sake of friends and relatives without any publicityI know who it Is that is giving these articles to your paper bat whoever it is they are not true citizens or they would not be pulling down our community by putting such things be fore the public ETTIE B ROO- TTumersville Ky ANNOUNCEMENT Meeting will be held at the Jumbo Camp Tabernacle Saturday evening Sept 11 at 745 and services Sunday following at 1030 A M and 745 r u This meeting Is to bo held in the inter est of better organization for the Camp Meeting Association and to plan for another year The business meeting proper will bo held Saturday evening from 8 to 9 oclock All the stockhold ers and everybody interested will please bo with us without lallIWe will give a report publicly of all the money received and what it wasI spent rareIWo wish also to ask all those who have subscribed to the camp meeting funds to please send in their contribu lion to Clarence Sipplo or Dr Frank Grider McKinney KY by Sept 10 Wo have some obligations for the camp that must be settled by that dato Will have preaching Sunday morning by the writer and at night by Rev WilsonEverybody invited to come- CLAKENCE j SIPPLE Pros and Secy Washingtons Plaguo Spots lie In the low marshy bottoms of tho Potomac tho breeding ground of malaria germs These germs cause chills fover and ague biliousness Jaundice lassitude weakness and general de bility end bring suffering or death ta thousands yearly Uut Elcctrlo Bit tern nover fall to destroy them and cure malaria trou lesIIThel are tho bestnll round tonic and cure for ma lama 1 over used writes It M James of Louollen S C They cure Stomach Liver Kidney and Dlood Troubles and will prevent Typhoid Try them 60o Guaranteed by Pen nys Drug Store Johnnie to visitorSo arc my grandma are you Grandmother Yes Johnnie Im your grandma on your fathers side Johnnie Well youro on the wrong side youll find that outlPhiladclphia Bulletin Health Coffee is tho cleverest imitation of real codec over yet made Dr Shoop created It from pure parch ed grains malt nuts ate Fino In flavor Is made In just ono minute NQ 20 or 30 minutes tedious boiling Sample free Pennys Drug Store Charged with violationofthe Missouri State banking laws W S Mor row of Golden City Mo was arrested at the home of his brother near Alexandria La He was taken back to Mis souri HI never worry How do you avoid ItIIn tho day time Im too busy and at night Im too sleepy Cleveland Leader A tickling ordrycough can boqulck ly loosened with Dr Shoops Cough Remedy No opium no chloroform nothing unsafe or harsh Sold by Pennys Drug Store Gosh I wlsht I was like China Hln what respect When I wanted to negotiate a loau to have people scrapping for a chance to subscribe One of tho interesting trials of the week will take place in Chicago today when a police inspector will be arraign ed os charge of aeceptteg bribes for protecting Illegal establishment NEWS NOTES Over ICO cases of typhoid fever are being treated In the East Side of New York City While playing cow boy at St Louis Willie King shot and killed his 10year old brother The steamer Gracey Childers owned at Nashville Tenn was destroyed by fire at Paducab A Pennsylvania railroad train struck an automobile at Douglaaville Pa and killed three persons An Incendiary has been getting in his workat Evansville Ind Seven livery stables were burned Saturday night making 84 fires in one week More than forty thousand tons of highgrade pig iron for steel making was ordered In Germany last week for export to tho United States The Frankfurt fair was successful from an exhibition and financial standpoint Miss Mary Eleanor Quarles won tho prize for the prettiest woman John F Bay shot and killed James M Neeley when he said he found Neel ey talking to Mrs Bay in the back yard of the Bay home at Caruthcrsvllle Mo Mayor Franklin P Stoy of Atlantic City was arrested on a warrant charg ing him with ignoring an order of the Attorney General which notified the Mayor to enforce the law against Sun day selling of liquor John Cash who was arrested at Newport Tenn on the charge of mur dering A L Slagle a prominent lumberman has made a confession exoner ating all of tho crime except himself and John II Spencer who committed suicide The persistence with which Russia is striving for representation with the other nations In the 30000000 loan for the construction of the HankowSze Chuen Chinese railroad may result in a further delay In the signing of the agreementThe of the Census announced that approximately 3000 temporary clerks will bo appointed In connection with the work of taking the thirteenth decennial census The first examina tion will be held throughout the United States on October 23 Nineteen persons were severely in jured two probably fatally when the hay wagon in which they were being taken to a corn roast was struck by a freight engine at tho St Clair crossing of tho Williamsburg Pa branch of tho Pennsylvania railroad Lewis Gregory a farmer and Isaac Plark deputy sheriff both candidates magistrate Wayne county engaged In a difficulty with pistols Plark wa killed and Gregory mortally wounded Jeff Cook tho old man who met his death in the riot In Frankfort In which Sergt Ingram Tato was also killed was slain by a bullet from a Springfield rifle The three wounded men will re cover The county and military authorities are making an Investigation of the riot Sixtyseven warrants charging an equal number of liquor dealers with violating the Sundayclosing law were obtained at Atlantic City by agents of tho Lord Day Alliance and Good Citi zenship League Tho serving of tho warrants caused considerable excite mentLabor day In Western Pennsylvania found about 30000 persons Idle as a re suit of strikes lockouts and walkouts Panic wago rates In spite of the fact that manufacturing concerns ore running on full time is the cause given by labor leaders for the numerous strikesDr Frederick A Cooks discovery of tho North Pole Is tho subject of world wide comment Scientists generally pay tribute to tho American explorer for his great feat Danish polar ex perts who have an acquaintance with Dr Cook are the stanchest believers in the intrepid Americans achieve mentTho act of tho last Legislature of Tennessee prohibiting wholesale as well as retail sales of liquor in the State of Tennessee was upheld in all its pro visions except as regards sales for shipment outside the State In an opinion handed down in Chancery Court by Chancellor T M McConnell of Chatta nooga Kentucky Fair Dates Paris Sept 74days Monticello Sept 74 days SeptlThe little Candy Cold Curo Tablets called revenues will In a few hours safely check all Colds or LaGrlppe Try them 4825c Sold by Pennys Drug Store Out of 1353 begging letters received in London by a charitable association 87 per cent were found to have come from swindlers and of the remaining 13 per caatonly 5 percent were found to be really destitute I IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES George R Pope aged 70 is dead at Danville of paralysis John Magees store at Danville was burglarized and a good many goods stolenRobert Rout purchased the general merchandise store of Eager Bros at Marksbury Mrs Samuel Deatherage is deadat her homo in Richmond She was Miss Tabitha Todd Mrs Stella Burns Perry formerly of Richmond Is dead at her home in Oklahoma aged 23 years The safe of the Jelllco GroceryCom pany was blown open and a diamond valued at 125 were secured- E II Fields aged 74 and a brother inlaw of Brutus J Clay minister to Switzerland is dead at Nicholasville Senator W 0 Bradley Clarence Le Bus and J D Clark spoke at Lancas ter Saturday in favor of tho Burley poolCy Trimble a Lexington Negro was fined to the amount of 280 at Rich mond on four charges of the illegal sale of whisky Lemuel Teater bought 165 acres of the Dunn farm near Bryantsville at 100 Charles Robinson bought the Robinson farm near Buena Vista Gar rard county for 8300 lIon H C Kennedy present county judge of Wayne county and noted in the mountains us an author has been tendered and accepted the appointment as census supervisor for the 11th Congressional district of Kentucky- Mr W R Hurnmona of London has become the purchaser of the six legged calf which was exhibited at the Laurelcounty fair last week Tho calf was shown at the MIddlesboro fair and will return to Londun as soon as tho county fairs are all over- MATRIIdONIAL Joseph Saylor aged 21 and Miss Martha Hauncholl 19 will be married at Dave Noaks on the Oth Thomas Reeves a widower and Miss Pernetta Miller were united in matri mony at Thomas Reeves Saturday Mrs Alexander Lusk of Garrard an nounces the engagement of her daugh ter Miss Sunshine to George Wallace Muir of Lexington- Dr W B Burke of Boyle announc es the engagement of his daughter Miss Emma Chenault Burke to Mr Robert Molt Harris of Atlanta The wedding will take place the latter part of October CHURCH MATTERS Tho State convention of the W C T U will be held at Lexington October 1to5Ilev T W Barker will preach his last sermon in the Methodist church next Sunday morning There will be no service at night on account of the Epworth Liigun rally nt Danville The Leaguers of Stanford will go over Rev Zephinlah Meek D D aged 86 years Is dead at Catlettsburg after a brief illness Ho was the founder and editor of the Central Methodist for 25 years and was well known through out tho connection of the Methodist Episcopal Church South Three men locoa quick lunch restaurant nnd ordered a ham and egg j sandwich with a glass of milk two poached eggs on toast and two saus ages on macaroni Heres what the counterman sang out to his invisible cook Ono combo with a cow two men on n raft two Blerlots on the ehannclNow York Sun A Hurry Up Call Quick Mr Druggist Quick 1Abox of Bucklens Arnica Salvo Heres a quarter For tho love of Moses hurry Babys burned himself terribly John ale cut his foot with the axo Mamies scolded Pa cant walk from piles Dlllle lias bollsand my corns ache She got It and soon cured all tho fami ly Its the grqateat healer on earth Sold by Pennys Drum Store These summer girls would rather waltz than cat remarked the hotel clerkThink BOY inquired the proprietor They say so themselves Then 1 guess Ill add a waltz or two to tho danceprogram and cut a couple of courses off tho dinner bill I Pains of women bead pains or any pain stopped in 20 minutes sure with Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets See full formula on 25o box Sold by Pennys Drug Store But you cant have a big scene with only one person In it Sure I can said the star After a struggle with myself I throw myself over the bridge J Chauffeur when you crack a pate Stop not to investigate Ha who kllta sad rues away Lives to kill another day How President Tdun Cornered a Slice of the Wool Market And Saved 100000 in Price Reduc tions for the Good Dressers of America You have read a good deal of the increasing prices of Menii Clothes of the shortage of wool and the LONG AGEt of wool prices And all that you have read is true But The Royal Tailors succcslully plauned and completed coup on the wool market that has placed them alone of all clothes makers in a positiona+ to dictate their this seasons clothes prices yI1i You know the reason for increasing wool prices The wool cropjhas not been right this year and tbo tariff uncertainty has increased the tendency to shove up prices The Royal Tailors looked ahead andanticipated toe pita ent situation months ago President Vehon of that concern sent a corps of 12 men into the Western sheep raising districts to buy up the raw product and hold it for the nntici paled priceincrease When the increase cameThe Royal Tailors laughed at tbe woolen mill8 and their increasing rates The woolen mills wantedwool tbey couldnot get it The Royal Tailors had itand in the end 2642 pieces of cloth were woven for The Royal Tailors by Eastern mills at bare operating cost to keep the mills going during time wool famine The Royal Tailors are laughing yet So are we I You can laugh too if you come in and take advantage of our WONDER FUL PRICES The Best 25 30 and 35 4 Suits and Overcoats f t in America j The Royal Tailors display at this store 500 Beautiful Fall Woolens mcst of them absolute cloth innovationsat prices that will elate any shred clothes buyer t c For 825 sao or 835 The Royal Tailors will make for you in theirr great- Chicago tailor shops the highest type of custom and made to order suitoro- vercoat money can buya regular 860or 885 local tailors value all Pure Wool Laudsewed genuine merchant tailor workmanship rBecretprocess shrunk nnd warranted to hold its style and fit until completer worn out And a definite legal guarantee made nut in your name cornea with ever Royal garment The guarantee saYIIHThill suit is warranted to satisfy you in every reX spent v If it doesnt you neednt keep it or pay one penny for it v You certainly wrong yourself if you fail to investigate this chancy to get s real Royal Tailoring the best in the worldat prices lower than the prices on even the ordinary tailoring s 1 J J Cummins 6c Weareti STANFORD KENTUCKY it r Look Look Look Just received complete line of Fall and Winter Shoes for Men Wombs and Children in Patents Vicis Gun Metal Ox Blood and Box Calf More styles than over shown here before Prices are always the lowest j SAM ROBINSOmSTANFORD KY The Interior Journal r L Co WALTON 0 Tickfe t For Circuit Judge M C SAUFLEY of Lincolnq For Commonwealth Attorney CHARLES A+ HARDIN of leroar l For Btnto Senator t R L HUBBLE of Lincoln county I bWForJOounty Judgc- JAMES P BAILEY For County Attorney W S BURCH For Circuit Clerk J 4J D SWOPE For Sheriff W L McCARTY q For County Court Clerk GEORGEBCOOPER e jr For Jailer DINK FARMER For Assessor JOHN C PEPPLES For Superintendent of Bchoali GARLAND SINGLETON e For Coroner GEORGE P BRIGHT For Magistrate Stanford District TAMES McKECHNIE For Constable Btnffford District I M BRUCE For lfsglitrate0rab Orchard District J WARD MOORE For Magistrate Huitbnvllle District JK HELM SR For Magistrate Waynesburg District JOHN M CAMDEM For Constable Waynesburg District JOHN G BAUGH JOE MAGEE n OecbardlubJtc cratic party and asks your support WAS A QUORUM PRESENT 7I authorityr that chang membership of the campaign committee and its location from irregularp thethe presentit whenwill make a quorum not counting the c mm Mr Woodson May the member s from the 11th district who was present nor was he notified to be is making inquiry as to this status of what he regards as snap action and to that end has addressed Secretary Phillips as- that muchIsfgiving the whisky element of the party control of the committees and to en force the statement of Editor Waiter tlhlbitlonistat Louisville was to help the local democrats elect their ticket The reason is a laudable one but does not warrant ir regularity or a disregard of the pa law Every good democrat desires paforand is anxious to see the metropolis pallavepractices worked As Editor Beckbam says in the State Journal if the action was taken with the intention of com for beItcrime and that if this purpose shouldau be consummated it would only reaaltclerk c patodayuponthe has dedemocracyorto demand or expect that the party in ters r the State will accept the doctrine ti tworld peTo blfwithatdwants adopted He thinks votes ab to be given a family in proportion to size of it and where thenareno child rent no husband tMpermllited wjCvsMrs slitclan r o fy etion dney toerwill be II lar SfoundanIllinoiatolittle coffin nails A bill will be offs phibiting in that State and the organization will use its efforts to prevent the passage of phoid such a law agent DR ELIOT glvea no place to the Bierd ble in strBorwerer no jheeeaaekeraforterietyouKhttebeyI e Beniare sure to cast in to hell with e- aU tboee who forget God s pine n I iI ZM u r4 I THE geod roads laaveawatir oe oft the lnNt lmportaEatevier b tore the poopla of iKenttl There 1i to be StateFairtereetedingoodroatfate urged to be present Gov Willson has lamed an address urging the people to attend and vote for the amendment to the coned rotten to permit the State to aid in building roads which is a splendid plea for the good work Thn amendment is to be submitted at the November next election PRESIDENT Taft has declined to recommend that Congress pavo the way for the direct election of Senators y providing fora constitutional amend Action to that effect was urged W J in a to fothein reply says he does not consider it a party question THE Chicago preacher who wants to open Sunday base ball games with prayer evidently desires to get in his work for his home team Prayer is a good thing in its place and its place is nearly everywhere but heavy batting good pitching and fine catching havoc t it beat a block in the base ball gameISENATOR BRADLEY will be the chief orator at the exercises dedicating the new State Capitol at Frankfort the date of which has not yet been decided on It is a pity that democrats can have no hand in dedicating a homo they paid for- WU1T fools these mortals be is shown in the statement of Senator Bob Tay lor that his Fiddle and the Bow lecture has made him 250000 We will wager however that he could not work it on the same audience twice HAVING married Fritzi Scholl John Fox has gone to Breathitt county to gather material for another novel says the Memphis Commercial Appeal which ought to be made to furnish a diagram for its silly jokes Now that the North Polo has at last been found Dr Cook can give it to 1 Walter Wellman and save him from making another ridiculous failure to reach it in a balloon I ONE of the attractions at the Virgin inLair but not so quickly as this one arehairginotTUB Lusitania made the trip across the Atlantic in four days and 11 hours An air shjp couldnt beat this unbeaten record ofsaI It is said that Hon Ruby Lagoon of Madisonville may enter the race fore democratic nomination for Governor Kentucky Judge S W Hnger of Ashland the democratic nominee for governor iri the last campaign is endeavoring to pur Inquirerthe d TL cemitten was empowered to complete the J Harvey Vanhook so well and favorably known in Uockcastle has been J nominated by the Democrats of Pulaski County Court Clerk Neighbors us when we tell you that he is thru and thru that he is capable and will make you aJof whom you can and will be just 1 proudMt Vernon Signal The Road To Success many obstructions but none so as poor health Success to = y demands health but Flectrie pit is the greatest health builder has over known It compels action of stomach liver kid bowels purifies and enriches the and tones and invigorates the system Vigorous body and brain follow their use You BittersfileGuaranteed by Pennys Drug Store C C Bingham wife of a physi wu killed in Georgetown county C by William Avent It is declar the woman was mistaken for a burg Djr Bingham was present at the shopiiBg i Sept 25th is the last = for filing turnpike miscellaneous taertihanta claims against Lincoln CountyrodA French chemist has recently pro claimed that cider is an antidote for ty fever The acid in it is the as it destroys the germs T Three persona were killed and anolh probably fatally jnredvghen a train the automobile in which they riding at Bay City Mich The Crown Prince of Germany has a 8agettfrOrvHIe Wright that will be present at one of his aero H Jirt j+ IRI r 2 c L fj7 STOP THAT HEADACHE Jt Jff fl fifeaHtanlor Ky will IUPPllirOut needs nira guarantee carries In stock Edison plionogrcpha and the latest onllhoiistie MerchandiseI aries rand Hardware Doing n bust ReasonlI CEO D HOPPKll stanford Ky FARMS FOR SALE I I a acnetloroomdlclllnit ofoultIUtlonr sale All well improved Terms salts t Stanford Ky II P D No DOBIIMLK 8 I MILL FOR RENT I 1 I Owing to UI health and wanting to tw havedecideduewuicoudlttonW ILTHAYLOn n F D No 4 Stanford Ky Home At Auction I daytheford occupied by AY U Wither lies n good and outbuilding ore andbigfine neighborhood Will sell In front of the afhrnoon8tpt13 StantonJKy Harry Jacobs healer In nncl Manufacturer of Marblo and Granite Monu monts andLawbVnlelK1J1ney Ky Small Farm For Sale II 67acrolStanford neighIbothoodclose cultlvatlon othertbuildingsfruit of all kinds J T LIVINGSTON It F U No I Stanford Ky 10 PER CT REDUCTION C B PRUITT Morolnnd Kentucky attlngl a rarebargalnllnincloseoutsln wall paper Nice selection tobUYI roelcenGood I and wood folding bedi mattrfii o jes springs eouncbtI IIaenportl chain twit cases grips trunks extension tnblesi glIOlhsuppliesrvice0 B 1KUITT Moreland Ky yTRAGOOD Ederhcimer Stein Co- M AKIi W iit 4Rr r4Ca1r1ooI 7 apparelWehere Wait and see themlfJ Fro I H J McROBERTS Stanford Ky I REWARD 1 Having suffered considerable annoyance Itatelatchelmy gates on the county road that runs through my term I hove concluded to Oder reword for Information leading to the conviction of such person or persons 1 wilt therefor give the sum of IO for Infor mation leading to the arrest and conviction of any party or parties that have broken the latches on any of my gatesor that horn sawed down St torn down any of my gates road 51111eAgevlllelurnpike the same amount for Information to the erred and conviction of nny leadlnltI parties who In the future commit n above offenses AugustIvAI Abe CincoMouttty Of Stanford entuckyeI Surplus Capital 5OOpOOO4OOOOOO Resources 34000000 So H SHANKS PRESIDENT W M BRIGHT CASHIER B PAXTON VICEPRESIDENT J W ROCHESTER ASST HC CARPENTER BOOKKEEPER CASHI HVYS FOSTER CLER- KDIRECTORS B Oweley Stanford S H Shanks Stanford Geo W Carter Stanford John B Foster Stanford W H Shanks Stanford T C Rankin TraylorGilbertaH Cummins Proachcrsville Lilburn Gooch Gilberts Creek Stanford Garage Machine Co INCORPORATED f I AUTOMOBILESFEED J jGASOLINk ENGINES x CRUSHERSFARM IMPLEMENTS M AUTOMOBILES FOR RENT H B NORTHCOTTIj 0 I 1 n Poultry Eggs Produce Ice and Coal Branch House Stanford Ky 4 J I I Thurman Tudor Mgr 1 I f ro IiF11fIat11 Jwr I foj I n B PQITTT Sfcct j L f I i IV XTR GOOD Ederheimer Stein MAKtal G L Penny It II Coffey K n Coleman FOR HOT WEATHER HELP THY OUR Talcum Powders SIBath Bruelics Tyilct Bath Soaps AND SPECIALLY Our Ice Cold Soda Water with Jersey Cream and Fine Fruit Flavors 1NN1 PENNYS DRUG STORE Stanford Kentucky FIRST NATIONAL BANK I STANFORD KENTUCKY I ORGANIZED 138- 2CAPITAL STOCK 50000 SURPLUS EARNED OO x HAS PAID IN DIVIDENDS 26500tCombines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service Modern SfefyIf a Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers We Solicit Your Account OFFICERS S Rocker Presidents S T Harris Vice President John J McKoberli Cashier H C Baughmao Awt Casbr- WWSaunderllDoolclceeper Co anti IN DIRECTORS F Reid J HjDaugbraaa I M DEImore J M Pettus tM I H C F Cpmminj S T IJarrieno Qr Robinson W B OBanrwn JIS Hocker CIE Tate I EElxa EKe r I 41 The CqI6o with the Strength Flavor and Aroma For the next 80 days = wewill give I Five Pounds Coffee at 35o 81 75 I 1 Nickel Dip Coffee Pot at 8160 160It I x 83 25 4 For thirty days yOu save 81 2- 15l GIVE IT A TRIAL r i t f nlfIPJ gaq Ei tjfJRRIS raTQfRr9 s r U 1 WAl t1 S tt V Ne Pa11 SQI 4 nd skrtinH It 4 II II H ii t fl We have just opened and placed on display our first shipment of new Fall Suits and Skirts Come in and let t us show you these goods Theywere selected with great care both as regards style and material We consider 1 ed all the points ofrt cotrect cbstiU1e before buying and you can buy herewithconfidence knowing you will get t the right style garment and at the right price Each season shows improvement in ReadytoWear Clothes and tjie fE designers have fairly outdone themselves this season The workmanship is as near perfect as human hands ca- nt= make it Buy now and be ready for the first cool days q SEVERANCE SON STANFORD KY tv The Interior Journal 4 V STANFORD KY SHIT 7 1000 SPECIAL Joan of Arc 10 cent cigar w cwill sell on Saturdays and jndays X 6 cents straight Pennys Drug StoreI OALSr I TtfR J C LYNN went to Louisville FridayED of Louisville was hero Saturday MARY CROW viiited relatives at WMIss 1 MR J F COOK was over from Le NingtonFriday MRS B D CARTER visited relatives at Mitchellsburjr ROBT IJ WOODS attended the Mt t rSterUng fair last week MR AND MRS J C IIAYS spent a few In Louisville J S RICE is at Cave City with and slater MATT WOODSON of Middleaboro 10MRSseveral days here A G EASTLAND of Louisville working insurance LINA KENNEDY of Moline III Is with Miss Etta Belle Root BONA McKECHNiE is in Wayno coun J ly to attend the Monticello fair f JOHN J CARTER went to Eckerty t c id Saturday to join his wife MISS EMMA MEIER of the Highland 1ectloo went to Louisville Saturday E T PENCE JR and son Lynn spent Saturday lit Crab Orchard I t REV J MURRAY TAYLOR returned Friday from a months stay In the East ERNEST PEITLES find Thurmond Tudor attended the Somerset fair Friday MASTER ALBERT POPE nf Danville Is with his aunt Mrs W S Denham JOHN TIIQMAS MCAUSTER Is up Way Miss to matriculate at ech here JUDGE G M DAVJSON has gone t Petosky Mich to rid himself of hay feverMiss ETHEL FETTRO has returned from her vacation at her homo In Indiana MRS WM MORELAND of S is with her daughter Mrs W Shanks IMIss CLARA COOPER spent Saturday with Mrs J E Buck of Gilbert s CreekMiss MARGARET MILLER of Rich Is with Mr J J McRoberts andI 1family Miss MAYME WXLTER of Lancastee is visiting the Misses StanfordMRS W OGILVIE of Princeto- spent several days with Mr and M JC Hays FINLEY A DAVIS was called to Northern Texas by the serious Nines of hie sister GEO D HOPPER JR spent several days with his uncle Rev J H Hopper I at Perryville Rs J F GOVKR returned from a visit to her daughter at Corbin Thursday afternoon Miss STELLA BUrLEY returned again Friday to the school for the deaf at Olatho Kansas HIM MARY HICQINS left yesterday for Somerset where she will teach music this year- JOwSiEYNRwLAND of the Eae End ia spending a few days with his f lend In Cincinnati MRS D M WALKER and little Luelle returned from Avisit to her parents at yt Vanceburg Saturday MRS LouELLA PEACOCK and Miss Virginia Bright of Hubble are guests of Mr Geo P Bright JAMBS OWSLEY ipent a couple o weks with hk grandfather lion J S IOwl y Sr at Lexington R E C WALTON wife and son I Claiborne C Walton spent several days in Cincinnati the pastweek MRS MATTIE NEVIUS and Miss Mat I tie McCkry spent several days at Gil berts Creek with Mrs J E Bu- ckjMlssJItNNI NEWLAND was elected teacher of the thirdgrade in the Grad yesI ren who have been visiting the home folks at Arcadia left Saturday for their home at Ponca City Okla grandr I 1 Le Compte at Frankfort Mss atYRTLR BARKER lift Thursday aftem to eater a preparingherself CI v MRS J S OWSLEY has been quite sick I MRS R S PUTNAM of Lebanon is with relatives here MRS BESSIE HARDIN is at the King Hqtel Crab Orchard EndyMR J H REID of Hustonvllle ha gone to Corbin to take a position In Smith Bros drug store Miss MINNIE WOODSON of Middles bore was the guest of Mr W II Hig gins ad family en route to Danville MESSRS J B FISHER and Ben Mc Gulrc of Lexington have been guests of the Musses Lutes at Hustonville Lancasterxgone to to mules for a few months He ordered the I1 J sent him there MASON LOTTIE AND Louise COOK chilercn of II Goldsmith Cook of Kooxvillo who have been visiting their grandparents Mr and Mrs A B McKinney returned homo yesterday LOCALS FOR hemp knives go to Farris TOBACCOmenu wIIIlIgglns advertisement I PURE cannel coal at r FlBaughman Con Try a load Two secondhandstoves for sale at a bargain FarriJ LET me insure your barn and tobacco I W A Tribble Stanford LOOK at the stoves WIi H Iggins for curing tobacco In your barns I PHONE No 188 when you want tin ning and plumbing done W K War nor IDANIELBOONe own the Trail at Waltons Opera louse Wednesday eve oolning Sept 15 THE Graded School begun operations- o yesterday with a full quota of teachers and a largo attendance of pupils LABOR DAY was observed by the banks and the postoffice Even the courthouse mechanics worked as usual whitCwages Mrs K Lutes Turnersvllle Ky THE Ladles Aid Society of the Pres byterian church will meet with Mrs W IL Higgins at 230 oclock Friday afternoon BaaP a bazaar at the AtroMESSRS tWHITE and J C Colyor wilt have a solo of household and kitchen furniture mules etc at their home on Logan avenue at 10 A M next Monday J3th See ad L CRAIG Burr aged about 25 and son of John Butt of the Highland section tried to commit suicide at Somerset Friday by taking chloroform N 3 cause is known for his action FALL and Winter samples now read for inspection If you want a hand some suit or overcoat let H C Rupley the practical tailor take your order- t Fit and satisfaction guaranteed FOR SALK OR TRADEOne 16 horsepower Nichols Shepherd traction en glne and two mounted saw mills log wagons etc All in good condition Call on or address 0 W Potts Rich mond Ky orLhood of America at Rowland The or der carries with it fraternal Insurance accident feature old age total disabil ity sickness and distress policies Mn A CSINE record keeper of the Maccabees gaye Mrs L B Cook a check for 3000 Saturday tho amount of the policy her husband carried in that good order This makes 131 poll dies the Maccabees have paid in Lin coln county and the amounts have run from 1000 to 3000 MIss LINDA MILLER entertained about a dozen of her friends Friday after noon In honor of Miss Evelyn Humph ray of Fulton Mo Gamed were in dulged in and Mica Nell Warren having s answered the largest number of ques tteas received the first priae a hat pin JItMUOftJ L DONT miss our coffee bargain for a few days only Farris LOST at tho fart a childs embroidered jacket Notify Mrs I M Bruce DANIEL BOONE onTrail will hold the boards at Waltons Opera House 16sZAN MURPHY bou tacottage on Whitley Avenue for 1600 and his parents will move to it fronv Rowland I THE L N will sell roundtrip tick ets to tho ParfHair Sept 7 8 9 10 and 11 at one faro plus 25c good ret- urnIng Sept 13th e FOR SALE Beautiful fiveroom cot tage garden barn lot and barn on Lo gun avenue Price and terms to suit purchaser Cicero Reynolds I WILL be at the each Saturday to collect the taxes for the Crab Orch ard Graded School Penalty goes oil Oct 1 George W Bronaugh JOE dpthewool dem ocrat and a mighty clever man announce his candidacy this issue for police judge of Crab Orchard He will appreciate tho support given him e LIGHTNING Gasoline Engines Wilder Strong whirlwind feed cutters and blowers Lightning crushers and grinder Line shafting pulleys and hangers belting gas engino oil etc Stan ford Garago Co A FLYING MACHINE A flying machine of some character passed over Moreland a few days ago so we are told The tobacco raisers of that sec lion at first thought It was a lot of night riders and began to shoot at it AT tho home of Squire James Me Kechnao on tho Hubble pike Miss Jessie McKechnie entertained about 35 of her friends Friday night very delightfully At an appropriate hour ices and cakes were served the guests present and all were made to have an enjoyable evening BIG fir H U Webster who lives in the Parlor Grove neighborhood of this county prides himself on onethe two acres he had in The average of two acres tho leaves measure 3b feet long and from 22 to 26 inches wide It was grown on now ground and he thinks that speaks well for tho Knob section of Lincoln county FROM what wo can learn from rumors in republican circles the anti machine republicans pro good and sore by being run over in steam roller fash ion by the perpetual republican ma chine and its henchmen If you want- a republican nomination be endorsed for Federal appointment or what not apply to the republican steam roller machine In Lincoln county CHAIRMAN BWENS of the dem ocratic campaign committee announces the following advisory committee to istcomposed of a splendid lot of gentle men and we commend him upon his so CowanyJ F Holdam W M Bright W B McKinney Jerry Briscoe J S Hock er F L Thompson Josh Wilson T J Hill Jri G A Walter 0 G Speaks W D D Hays Geo Hunn E C Wal ton S T Harris Wm Severance S M Owens W R Singleton T W Hutchison Judge W M Myers HOLMESAt home Crab Orchard Friday at 7 oclock y M Mr T Mack Holmes aged 6tf died of hemorrhage of the stomach He had enI complaining of malaria but it WaS not thought that anything serious would develop from it Mr Holmes was one of the East EmI best as well as substantial citizens and no man stood high er in his community than ho did as anI upright Christian gentleman Besides a wife threo girls five boys and a brother Mr Georgo Holmes are left to mourn the loss of a loving husband father and brother The funeral serf vices were conducted by Eld J G Livingston at his late home Saturday afternoon at 4 oclock after which the 1Ingground urrection morn Truly a good man hoe gone to his reward and mdy hie worthy example be emulated by those elttqfoljqir la the days to come etoMe ab el i EXPERT workman on gasoline engines can be secured by application to the Stanford Garage Machine Co DANIEL BooNE theTrail will open Waltons Opera House Wednesday evening Sept 15 Sure enough In dians and a fine band are carried by this goodcompany IIT is thoconsensus of opinion of both democrats and republicans that Mr Thomas N Butt the republican norm nee for jailer of Lincoln countyat their acceptling will hold on to the plum until it is too late to nominate another republican in his steadjust as they did four years ago in the case of Joseph Phelps in tho county judges race We wonder what Mr Ike Terry will thlnl about the mat ter when he sees how he was duped when it was generally conceded ho was really nominated at the convention over Mr Butt 2 The republican machine in Lincoln county makes candidates and disposes of them at any old time and the anti machine boys have to swallow their medicine it matters not how bit ter it is administered to them The re publican machine that has existed in Lincoln county for years and still does business at tho same old stand gets all tho Federal offices and emoluments thereof and the boys who do the voting are left out in tho cold to eat chin mu pieThe sent to you will win running off and the people of Lincoln continue to be governed by an efficient and honest set of county officials Let every demo andletyourlinematters but remain true and keep your good record clean and all will bo well in the end h PUBLIC SALE I ploce1IeondkllcIenand bedding dreuers rocking chain or gan carpet table qumniware cook dayofwllgonaminnd other forming tools also 5 acre ofcorn standing In field near Htnnford on thewidow oodknlght farm Terms of talecash Hale to begin nt 10 oclock AM JAM I VlllTr ANn JUCOLTKR PUBLIC SALE Jlolnll decldnl gowest 117111 soil at fromMnJwoodwood JAVE1IMX farm of 8i acres It ls known ns the offourroomafatrly andtwoenInmilepurchaser ofcornnndyenroldotllerflunllngFRANK UOIIINHOX Majrwood K- yDinwiddie t Co Hustonyille Kyi j I Undertakers and Embalmers We car ry an uptodate line of goods KidneysW kidneyNeat otuelfuIde and ttnaftbsa then DrTBhoopi Reelect nitk EMdlctaa fpedflaallr feflC1 to reaeaabuMQII1trorun Dirt To doctor the fOOt oU1seu401erWell uriHllaldof BrIhUu other dl or dangerous klcS- D01 dleJtr7pr8hpop B stonttTiaiBootb I wWdotolr hoopsIhstoraty n Ia 3 r L R Hughes T W Humble W O IuI J LESS THAN I 1 This is no dream but a stern reality Wo have a few Ox fords left in Tans Vicis Patents Oxbloods Etc in this sea ticost3 00 Oxford 2 00 j 2 50 Oxford 1 75 2 00 Oxford J 50 J 50 Oxford 100 EtcjOur Fall goods are beginning to come in and we do not in tend to carry goods over We had rather take our loss now than to carry to next season Our loss is your gain Come toy seeps and wo will convince you that we mean business Dont forget that we are still offering Summcr goods at tremendous cuts HUGHES MARTIN CO Dry Goods Notions Shoes STANFORD KENTUCKY j r u The Dixon ToMs bacco SaverIi I This Stove is what tobacco men use in their barns The tobacco will cure brighter and Veil for more money You can begin stripping sooner You can putijj to J in your barns I V Call and see them WIH HIQG1NS Stanford Kentucky u PlMMitVVVVVVV JThe Waynesburg Deposit Bank i t INCORPORATEDI alwaysF e assistinghomebank account we offer you every courtesy and facility in hand Bankttlrely able to your OFFICERS L GGooch President M E Wheeldon Vlco President James A Hays Vice President Stanley McIntosh H iDIRECTORSDr Y k Jt If you want the Best Drill made try the Hoosier For sale by EaT PENCE STANPORD KYI r Q 0 ir 4rry The Interior Journal Intend in Ou PottOMce U Stanford M awndclaa tnatta L N TINE TABLE No SI South lltlflrjr NoSI Routh 1108 A X NoJ4North4lWA x No H North 8ZT P x Non104TAM No IJ2tOF x JOS S RICE Agent A S PRICESurgeon Dentist STANFORD KENTUCKY Office over McRoberts Drug Store in the Owsley Building FARM FOR SALE I r The farm of IW acres good blue grass land one mllo North of McKlnneyon the Stanford pIke Improvements and Jenclnp good of water fruit Also 795 norcs of timbered land one mile East oC McKlnney fence jplenty or water and goou tobacco land Bee grow Dgcroe = J A 11VENHAgent j McKlnney Ky When Ordering Clothes Have your measure taken a tailor of e- xP price rlcnce business suit orthelineethevenin clothes trill have that Individuality and at which plainly Indicate they were made to your measure I will also take your measure for extra trousers fancy vests top coatsand overcoats SprIng and HUJnmer samples on hand ready for your Inspection H O RUPLEY Tbe Tailor Stanford K1 CUT FLOWERS FOR SALE I can furnish the public with the best an Wll eeth fresbwt ocnt Rowers plenty of all kinds bulbs potted flowers on short notice Also make a specialty of wreaths for for funeral In connection with the above I bavo all kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable prices OIlRIBT IAN GREEN U00SEB- EnllnnnAaoPaos Hlontord Ky Insures Tobacco and Tobacco tarns Nothing But Insurance Jesse ID WearenT- he Insurance Man STANFORD KY Residence Phone 86 Ofllce M Insure withme and be fully protected YOURWDDLHI- DESMDFURS GWtDlGeldt3 youIhaallients LouisvillcWritepinj tags Wefummhwool tags free MSABELSONSCtTBUtKI IN rasa 229 E Market SI LOUISVILLE K- YINSURANCE R B MAHONY Insures Tobacco To bacco Barns Hemp All Kinds of Farm Property Everything Everywhere Light ning Fire Tornado LifeLiveStockHealth and Accident Plate GlassSuretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without Idis count JLBeazieyCo 4 iJUndeltalters and Embalm i era Also Dealers in Full Biture ltIatng Rug They will exchange Furniture for all Rinds of Stock Give Them a Call Prices Right STANFORD KENTUCKY Je C McClary r J f IIerSTANFORD I KY IIiNP1s e1eP Hose FboneTf t1iA t Cw FARMERS DIP TJlIJT Winter seed oats for sale W D Hanson Moreland 4t Fifty or 60 stock hogs forsale Coul ter McCormack Mlddleburg Great Britain has 500000 horses avail able for the purpose of warfare FOR SALEb0 young ewes at a bar gain James McKechnie Hubble FOR SALEA good milk cow with young calfJ T BIngaman Stanford Ky 2t We have 35 or 40 No1 feeding hogs- for sale at once Lutes Co Huston vllle KyIFOR SALGA 2yearold Jersey bull From good milk strain J H Jackson Stanford Ky 2U J W Carson sold to Alfred Rogers of Parksvilte hIs farm of 64 acres near Turnersville at 85 H B Park of Elizabethtown bought 20 mules in Glasgow last week at from 12500 to 17500 For the best saddle bred colt at the Nicholasvillo Fair Mr Josiah Bishop of Hustonville won the blue tie Harris Woods bought at Mes ers sale a pair of mules for 485 James H Woods bought also a pair for 385 H D Stiles of Danville sold t Wheling Spalding of Bardstown 1 mules 15 to 15i hands high at 15000 J W Files shipped from Richmond averagingloverdred FOR SALEAbout 50 tons of good timothy hay in stack will have baled as soon as can sell G Y Conn Lancas ter Ky R F D No1 An aged yellow Jersey cow free milker but with one blind teat left my place Tuesday Aug 3 Please notify N W Fowle Rowland Ky At James Messers sale at the Pax ton place Jersey heiiers sold from 20 to 26 mules sold from 335 to 485j cow and calf 5750 farm implements sold well Small crowd present CATTLE MENII have 200 acres of I fine pasture 21 miles from Lancaster on Richmond pike will graze cattle at 75c per head per month G Y Conn Lancaster Ky R F D No1 At the Somerset fair last week Homer Wray made 18 shows winning five blues nine reds and one third tie J R Beazley won on best mare and colt and J C Bailey won two blues on his fine mare A T Fttzwaters has a tree In his back yard in Cynthiana that has a va riety of productiveness The other day Mr Fitzwatdrs climed the tree to gather some grapes and while up there he discovered a nice growth of butterbeans and a fine lot of peaches A firm of Illinois farmers sold 42 steers averaging 1425 pounds at 680 at home bringing in 9690 They estimate that the pigs following these cattle made 75 pounds of pork per steer at 62 cents 506 Total returns per steer 10195LColmans Rural WorldJ Cook of Lexington but for merly of this county has a great stal lion in High Order by Highland Den mark dam by Allie Wilkes 2nd dam by Black Squirrel 3rd dam by Mont rose He won in the sweepstake sad dIe ring at the Shelbyville fair defeating Red McDonald who got second mOney Undulata Dare who got third and four other good ones Mr Cook has turned down an offer of 3500 for the fine animal He will show him at the State Fair at Louisville next week Night On Bald Mountain On a lonely night Alex Benton of Fort Edwards N Y climbed Bald Mountain to the homo of a neighbor tortured by Asthma bent on curing him with Dr Kings New Discovery that had cured himself of asthma ThIs wpnderful medicine soon relieved md quickly cured his neighbor Later it cured his sons wife of a severe lung rouble Millions believe its the greatest Throat and Lfing cure on earth Coughs Colds Croup Hemorrhages and Sore Lun 3 are surely cured by it Best for Hay Fever Grip and Whooping Cough COtf and SI Trial bottle free Guaranteed by Pennys Drug Store Mrs WIgginsYou heard the druggist say if you tried his pain killer you would use no other Mr WiggInsYes 1 heard him and I saw him wink at the undertaker when he said it 4 Go With A Rush The demand for that wonderful Stomach Liver and Kidney cure Dr Kings Now Life PillsIs astounding Pennys Drug Store people say they never saw the like Its because they never fall to cure sour Stomach Constipation Indigestion Bilious I ness Jaundice Sick Headache Chills and Malaria Only 25e Not going to write letters during your last day at the beach- I must finish this one declared the girl This is the letter I started to- mv fiance last June Wives are always so trustful on the stage Which shows that realism on the- etagtieis an utter myth I I do not want five feet of books I merely want a pipe To puff upon while mother cooks Eleven fet of pipe 1 ipr 11 t1 h FOR SALE I 1 NotlonltOroeerlolHall1ware Ing fair business Liberal terms O II HAKIUB Crab Orchard Ky FOR SALE I VIII sell a Clothing Shoe andOents Fur fishing Store located In the best town In Boyle county A great opportunity for the right man stock will Invoice about PSa Address MJcaro Interior Journal stan lord NOTICE I Wo have moved our produce hide nnd poultry business from Myers stable to our itoro recently purchased of Garland Bin Rlelon two doors from pot tottlce Wo still pay cash for nil kinds of country produce LAND A BCOHAWAJC Stanford Ky B D CARTER Now Llverv Depot Streot Phone 96s- ATANFORDKENTVCKY JeJe BELDEN For House and Carriage and Trim Oun and LocksmithIaperlhangingtug KyGFarm for Rentfor 1910 Farm contains ISO acre house of T rooms barns cribs and all outbuildings andflnesprlnge0acreanf bottom laud 40 acres upland In gross and timber Heeding rights this Full Would like to rent before Sept 15 Oall on MRS BALLIB J PKNXIXOTOX II F D No 1 Stanford Ky FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUN TY FOR SALE A fine blue grass farm for sale situated on near Point Leavell and six milessouth of Lancaster containing soo acres well located In good neighborhood In part of the John Walkeitract with a handsome new two story sevenroom residence MCCllnrtOutbulldlnglandood runningbrouhTERMS clUb In one and twoyears rum dn7 of sale bearing sIx percent Interest until paid writeICONCRETING We arc In position to do all kinds of rOil orating sucas llloct Work Pavements and In tact we can make any thing from house down to n fence post Wo can serve you and guarantee flrtclass prlcelbeforePHILLIPS BROS Stanford Ky Two Small Farms for Sale I One containing 21 acres good 0 room outbulllllngliallwallrod flicre In young orchard a years I oldlt acres In grass all In good state of eultlvatlon raised I W pounds tobacco and 15 bushels wheat per aero on It last year Price JO Second tract of 3 acres with 2 room tenant house 63 foot tobacco barn well watered 30 acres under new fence bal ance In tine timber 15 acres well cleared tine corn and tobacco land Price lnu Hit uated B mites Houth of Htanford on Homer set pike Tract No 1 lion pike No2 Is 1 mile from pike on county rondo Address or- eo me at btunford Ky 110 11KKUY Commissioners Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court I Maggie iL Wheat Plff vs Lena II our gees etc Defendants Notice of sale In obedience to n Judgment rendered In the above styled action at the May term 19U8 the undersigned Uommtsilonvr will on MONUAYHKPT13THlaW county court day between the hours of land Y P 1111 front of the court house door In for sale nt public out cry to theulgbet and best on n credit of six months the tract of land In Lincoln county owned by Bryant Ilobbs rat the time of his death bounded on the North hyhelundolVICJrlllle onIthe Houth the v111o turnpike on the West by the lands of Mrs Mary K wnrrenlCOlllalnlug tSM acre The object llellt TERMS Bond with security payable to the OOIllnlllloner will be roo lulled of the purchaser bearing 0 per centIInterest from dato of sale until paid having the force and effect of n Judgment alldIsecured by lien on the loud J B PAXTON Master Oomr P M McHOUKIlTH Atfy for PIU II Farm for Sale On Dnnvlllo tHuitonvlllo pike of 840 acres In Lincoln loro land This farm iswellfnprnvedgood well and clslern and abundance of stock water furnished from never fatling springs 10101I of farm lu grass I desire to sell tills t the next 00 days together with the stock ttlvcrop tho stock consisting of 31 high brcl jennets a Jneks all ogI 10 brood snares 4 registered I registered stallion S3 ncrusof corn 13 or SO stacks of hey farm lug Implements every description I will ee the whole outator of the stock and If I sell the form without the stock I must soil not Inter than cu days so us to IIlveI me time to utakoa sale of my stock Also have soodd mules front work mules down coltsYou have to see this farm to npprey elate the location and the many advantages of this farm Any person from a distance desiring to see this arm can come to More county Kyon tho queen tCrescent route this farm being only about yi mile irons station Jlll KINO Morelnnd Ky PUBLIC SALE Having sold my farm I will sell to the highest and best bidder at my farm one half mile North of McOrenry on the Lau caster and liuokeyeturnplkiion I WEHNEMUA Y HIJTN 1900 at 10 oclock A M the following personal property Ono B year old family horse I live year old saddle mare 1 good family mare vyvnrs old that proven to bo u good mule maro 1 nice two ycarold harness yeorUnghoraes Jllcklltoodher side 1 six year old Jennet In foal threeeor old Jllnnet In fonli Ytwu year old len cowliIJersey bull lip barrels of new corn also household and kitchen furniture and InK implements sums oflO dollars or under cash all sums over 10 dollars the purchas securttyealdnotototerest at the rate of six cent negotlableand Trust Co of LancasterKyJW4yiILL i 7 fo JIo fi nrta itrC li V aft GfrtifjiSgt 4f i y t j fI It ii 3r f i i Believing that the people of Kentuckykhwi11 be interested in the organization of thei vi v Citizens t National Life i I 4 Insurance iA Company t Believing that0 they WANT such a company believing that they will SUPPORT such a company by subscribing for its stockwe will publish in this paper every week the amount of subscriptions to date The work of getting H subscriptions was begun Monday July 26 and below are f the amounts subscriptions for each week First Week August 2nd 1 106960 OOA I Total Second Week August 9th t 20024000 1 FTotal Third Week August 16t- h345OOOOO r f I Total Fourth Week August 23- rdS46946OOOF Total Fifth Week August 30 60170000 a Total Sixth Week Sept 6 I 738220JF YOU ARE INTERESTED FILL OUT AND MAIL THIS COUPON I as 1 W It GREGORYHYANFORB IVTKIltOR JOlmSIrLOUISVIUK KY INSURANCEName nuu qsun nn JI1 IJ Address SURVEYING AND CIVIL ENGINEERING I am prepared todo kinds of surveying civil engineering promptly Aly ork will iVcuarnntced and my are reasonable Wrlle me at McKlnney or call me over the telephone through the lnstonvlllo Exchange WALrKUJICKINNBY Thi McKinney Woolen Mills McKinney Ky Is BOW In operation and Is ready to servo Blankets Flannels In Yarns JJ hlWlIIlltber work wool or exchangegoods for It High est market U II WIUOIIT lro- rCommissioners Sale CourtI Lincoln Circuit Court rendered at tine February termIDYJln the action of W M McHulfcy nnd others J A Uunnwny and oth ers tho undersigned Commissioner will nt about 1 SfMiY HMlTI3TUlliOJ county court day In front of the court house door In Htanford for sale at pub lie outcry to the highest nnd best bidder on a credit of six and J tract of land near Highland In Lincoln county Ky owned by Jesse McOulTey at the time of Ids death and thus described at a dogwood 111InksN II W corlllrlthenceHutchisons corner In Uu line thence N fli4 W IB poles to a store Hobert Uutcbllon corner thence NY34W III poles to a store In Bins Martins mle thence with same H I31tW 15 poles to u pop lar Martins H 20f K 114 flattinon the side of n calledoforioorlarandtwo chestnuts were thence N 15 WTO poles to two buckeyes and white walnut near n branch thonco H 71 W 28 to n sugar tree lu a drain Wm Hutchisons corner thence with his line N 75M W 16 poles to u dead white oak with ash hickory and sugnr tree pointers his corner thence his line Ht t W l1li poles 11 links to n hickory his corner thence line H1034 WrJpolcl- to a white oak his corner his Ilne- atH13W20poles 7 links to a cherry tree his corner thence lily line N 1534 W TN poles to the beginning containing acres 1 rood and H poles of land Uorids with good security for the purchase bearfag til paid to ing the force and effect of ft judgment and secured by lien on the land Jnl AXTONMOLOO- P M Me Roberts Atty for PIBs Ii TiiiI5175UonnMlrlp t ouisville Sunday Sept 19 LOUISVILLE NASIIYJLI R I- ISPECTRL TRAIN1JiLeaves Stanford at 740 A 3r i arrives Louisvillo 104t 0 Leaves Louisville G p t returning BASE BALL GAME N LOUISVILLE Ys MINNEAPOLIS TWO GAatES Beautiful Parks and River Rides J S RICE Agent LtC N R R RURAL TELEPHONES cityresidenceat any time This can bo accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get fur a sum that is small compared with the benefits received Call or address our nearest office or write direct A headquarters Nashville Tenn for Information regarding our special Farmers Line rate If you are not at present telephone service we KentuckyTcnneI Illinois EAST TENNESSEE TEL TEL CO IKroBPcJAUtrJIt s J n INTERIOR JOURNAL Tuesday Sept 7 1909 I r i Colonel Cassius M Clay Miss Alice Reply J r PAIUS Ky Aug 2JUon Casslt M Clay has rlvrji out tho following rC ply to Mies Allco Lloyds wont rccci attack upon liltu II I too by au artlcla In Tho Com merclal Trlbuuo of Aug 23 that lUss Alice L16yd or pcrbuim hur employer tho Burley Bocicty dUsulliihctl willi tho ipuccli tho mauo in 1arln Aug 2 In reply to one iiitub by me has auto mlucu lifter tbrcu wcoU6 prcparuilo to try It over again Ou that 6ccusio I followed an Equity tpuuKer uuil waa replied to by Usa Lloyd without any II1nAIIIIII1IOd prllAlll1ind made with which 1 am ruasonabi satlsnod but snail first correct ruin Brow misrepresentations mainly pe uonal and then dlkcusa a mutter 1 limplY retorted to beioro tbo Lullu pleugIQuestion of Price Mis Lioyd in orUur to brook tho forc of some authentic IlgurelSaI thing they do not deal In which I gave lu reference to my own mattes tho assertion that tho cropI ental pall mo much tnoru Ulan tor the same quality ot tobacco dor to buy my luuuvuce 1 oo nut GOI into details of this cuargw uitt too substance Tnl cuargo IB who out the lout fcclntnla of proof or trust 1 have beard tau aamo charge mad against qthen who had the manboo to tell the truth about these matters It Is tbo regulation reply to any II1IU who might oaro to deny u o outragi one distortion ot acts an given by lue Equity eraton Now what uru tbu facls In relation to my own tobacco In tbo last eight or nluo years wu bavo laId about us often to the independents as to the Continental tbo highest pno being given by uu independent In lj01 two years before any poc was formed when wo sod a burg amount at 12y5 cents tho next to Wit largest prlco wo over received 1100 weru tint offered tbu samo prlco b Mr Leer an independent but sol finally to the Conilnuutat on account of a small dlftercuco In distance to b hauled to the receiving point Whet ever wo tOld to tbo Continental wu could dare sold at very nearly Uto llAma jrlcu to the independents Charge It Denied All talk about Continental buyer being instructed to glvu mo inciro Ulan our tobacco was worth U without foundation in tact and 1 defy any Ulan to Blvo any valid proof ot such atatemen ibo credulity of Mlsa Lloyd in accept hug to willingly the fake stories ot malicious or do persons might rals I the suggestion ot muutal aberration nc compauicd aa a matter of cource by iiucncy acuteness and literary expert ness but I think tho moro probable and justor view Is to attribute it to a reckless fanaticism strengthened if nut engendered by the lung impunlt during the reIgn of terror with whic she In her numerous and vommiuou opUtles has spoken ut men and thing without dental or rctutatton or tt might pocslbly bo to tAku a luOI worldly view that It was done by order of her employers who In their ixiculla work desired to hide behind a lady Mln ardor to cover up tbo mUoraM management and favoritism of lit Equity koclety and at the same tlm give A eeeraln i support to tho cbarg ut Continental favoritism sho claim that our tobacco In the 1107 pool wa bolow tho average of tho Burley die trlct when tho tact Will exactly tio reverse While fifteen hogsheads wen good tobacco abovo tho average olgh teen hogsheads were of extra quality Wo had two extra flno crops In 190 of about equal quality one in tho poo and onu outsldo Resold at Increased Price Tbo ond that did not go Into the pool wo sold In winter order about Feb 1 1903 to uu Independent at 13 li cents per pound lie after mixing li with a much Interior crop shipped to Cincinnati and told at an averogo of over 17 cents per pound In the opinion of tho purchaser our crop realized for him at least over 19 cents average wLlch if you allow for shrinkage Insurance commissions Interest woUld have brought between 25 and 30 cents In tho pool All the other tobacco of 1007 would have brought en the basis of actual sale over 20 cents In thou So tho public can poolII and untrue Is tho pooled tobacco was t bacco Tho only way to break the force of figures wee to make these baseless In fact In tho pool ot 1107 AJour tobacco and good tobacco wore at substantially tbo same prices Equity unconsciously or con Bclously conspiring with tho Continent al to put up tho price of tho low grades the goods mainly by the Indopend ents In ordor to cripple tjcm they using a much larger percentage of low grades than high in their manufac tortes 1 Monopoly In Good Tobacco If low Brad 05 can bo mado as high In prlco as good then almost every part of tho United States can compete In raising tobacco as low grades can be grown almost anywhere If such be tho cast then neither the Equity nor anything else can sustain prices Tho raising of good tobico Is nec essarily limited enough tar us to always If not obstructed by tho consequences of tho Equitys policy got good prices under any con ditions but if poor tobacco is attempt ed to be put on tho market at high prices then no power on earth can keep up prices for production would vastly overflow consumption Miss Lloyd denies that there been a substantial denial of IJ speech I myself wrote In February IroltlcloR showed It that it would be foolhardy find unwise to attempt to publish It and I did not Mr Cllft of Mason jibe manhood and audacity to t I It I I to answer one of Miss Lloyds numetJ ous effusions and tho next night so I newspapers stated his tobacco bed wasI and a dU as a to 11Tholllustratlo There aro a great man rnletakef and bad calculations In Mis Lloyds plcco too numerous and ted OUa to correct For Instance In Quot- Ing my figures eliu dour not give that correctly Silo gives as tho net prlco of my pooled tobacco 10UO when It snoul 1008 and upon this Incorrect stati meat bases deceptive and misleading calculations and arguments the mls tako making a difference of near cent put pound The statement of Mr Hoffman anll also tho hearsay aro of Mr Toowate whoso authenticity I rather doubt both prove that the claims of thu Equity orators wero wild and exnj- gcratod but even lo tho opinion of Mi Hoffman 1 could oppose ono tcstlmon of scores ot reputable dealurs We ourselves although wo provided extra work In mining roadbuilding etc had several of our tobacco men to bony the State and such exodus was gut cal 1 do not propose to repeat the argumorta I muao In the speech to which Miss Lloyd now fur tho secon time replies but I wilts hero to call attention to tho despotic nuu vlndlctlv sjlrlt which thu Equity runt by mil representation and multiplicity of ro pry tries to break down any ono that uures to opposo them With their host of paid speaker their bureau thtlr organize forco In each county and last though not least their Immense reserve fuuc composed as yut of 10 per cent of gross salon and 3 per hogshead con mission amounting to far over 11000 000 they hope to Intimidate all dtvlduals opposed lo them by tho InI and multiplicity of attack at least not by logic and reason Le Bus Pledge Analyzed Lt us now examine the Lo Bu I pledge Tho tobacco is given ove or1JlIelllngIcrop may bo necessary to form pac or regard to any other Importnn I matter They can charge what thoy plcasb for every phase ot its handllnc Tho Cant rill compromise makes it bettor but worse for It uselessly noII a tax of H per hogshead and in addition upon tbo grower already t bo borne down by expenses aid ba management and right hero 1M m say that neither Mr i o hits nor any ques11tlonon August 2 between onoflfth sixth of his pooled 1907 crop unlloldI and unpaid or and by ho wn is getting the interest rta reserve fund Tho owner Is required tg contrlbut U per conk gross not Iit receipt of sale of his tobacco to tho stocl of a mammoth corporation which Is to yearly grow by a similar contributionII do not want to be a I firmly believe that It succeeds that this corporation with al It Uu ramifications of power and Inflv commltteeInnall other tobacco societies as may I oj necessary will absolutely control Ken tucky not only Its tobacco bunlncsi but aleo Its politics and Its policies I I believe It will control Kentuck moro thoroughly than tho Ponnsyl vanla Central railroad over did Pone CentrolINewNo man will successfully run for the legislature where It has power or Congress or Governor or United State Senator or Judge without Us sane tlon and approval Our laws will be debauched b V vicious legislation In their beI vagaries of Mss Lloyd may bo legally i numelaliImain plank ot tho gospel of common lain that the majority should Icgall rule In commercial and business 1fnlrll as she claims they have right to do Vague Hint at Theory Sho vaguely hints at this theory tr her present article and In her Ver Bailies speech of August 23 In connec i Lion with my name sho says npprov Ingly that tho constitutional conven lion myself Included declared Itrom Tho Herald that thcro were nc Inalienable rights but that nil the rights a man could demand were those ho fought for or win or hold Evidently sho haa hater road tho cou stltutlon Section 1 of the bill ot rights do I Glares that all men aro by nature free and equal and havo certain Inalienable rights among which aro reckoned UrBt tho right of enjoying and de fending their lives niiil liberties5 CtlngjtheirLrary power over tho lives liberty and I property of freemen exists powhero In a republic not urea In the largest ma I tartly All through our constitution md laws are numerous prohibitions tbo power of tho majority nnd ipon each of tho three In fact tho only difference between the despotic democracies of tho Revolution of Greece Romo and lent times and ours is that wo have n government of checks and balances Iin which tho Individual Is protected slln his rights from tho fury of the iand In them tho despotism of tho i led by sonic tyrannical demo ague a Cleon a Murat or a ilorre was unlimited and RobesI For our countrys sake for of generations unborn lot us troy this our fair heritage tho ovolu crrortllI development of liberty and Us linte a well regulated constltutlo government In which tho rights of all minorityboprotected Again if they succeed In ormlng this pool with all its poaslblo oxercilib of Influence and power and they got In till same or worso condition lhan in 1U08 they will again try to cut out tho crop and tho consequences will bo violence lawlessness and bloodshel1 In line anarchy throughout th StateNow let mo give for what It Is worth a word of warning to tho ar racro tho land owners who may bb said to have land monopolylab unions have only labor to sell anll no than IB forced to buy lu Men Forced to Buy WingtrIWearu forced to buy to meet the necudilitles of bare cxlaionce Thoro is already a dangerous projudico against tbo 1m rule ownership of land au phown b the works 01 Henry George and others Nothing would forward his communistic movewunt BO much as lor the farmers to get In tho habit of form tog organizations to try to put up tbo prico of the products ot the farms tho necessities of lea bo tho larmora should go Into thoso pools with tho greatest caution and only when just nod by an evident necessity AU great political economists unllo in utnriiuug taut with increasing poulailon that there Is a constant ten ueucy for tho produce ot the land to relatively Increase the price under the ordinary working or tho laws of SUIJ ply anu dcmauu if wo aro wlso we will ba content with lotting alone woll enough and improving conditions a status alono consistent with all other things that are good and proper und not rouio the steeping lion It may DO that a wise provlden both for our protection and that of lblJ other classes or society placed grl1t practical obstacles In tnu way of coni blnallons to control tho price of the produce ot the land which Includes aU the absolute necessities of lite I 8Atlur writing too ubovo al tide In reply to Miss Lloyd I ba v learned that Mondays article crlt clzing my speech or Avgust 22 1arlu along with sumo other matter bas also been printed In The Herald and 1 tcllovo 2CUOOO copies in the oro supplements no doubt at great oJ IIof have been Issued to be dll In nil parts of Kentucky anC other states whore thoy rulso Hurl tobacco 1 suppose all thla Is to ho paid tal out ot money derived from 1907 poolec croplt so then an Illegal burden te bo borne by the tobacco growers It the 1907 pool myself included I cat hope to reach only tbo slightest frae Ion of tho people who may bo do ccivcd by the gross personal millfep rcsentntion of myself and views Du In order that the regular subscribers least ot Tho Herald may undcrsta tho full facts in tho case I have alII bad republished my speech of Augus 2 at 1arla to which now Miss Lloy hay twlco replied C M CLAY ITho speech follows I speak with reluctance on nccou of my physical condition but am tm palled to do so by forco of conscli Uoua conviction and the gravity ot thl moveIIs concerned has been based upon wholesale misrepresentation and ex aggeration of tho facts In the case the speakers fur the Equity being main politicians and not tobacco raisers and giving hearsay and Imaginary fig ures and statements which on nccou of tho widespread Intlmldatlor bavi bJIthosoly all their prominent speakers ot the scIIfarmer and tobacco raiser were It fact as tho result proved simply run nlng for Congress Kchoe Cnntrl Kimball Elllston and probably others Anitlniavo been time salaried employes and afllcers ot the society There Is no commodity about whl nlsreprcscntatlon Is easier than to acco tho prices of different grads rary greatly and the sane grado al llfforcnt times Also tho prlco varl Igreally as between heavy winter ordc eand summer order so at any lima iy comparing tho solo of low grade with high grades or tho same to mcco at different times of the year person may amuck bo greatly de 0lved and how moro so whe nln- and deceittho reign ot terror prevents an eply As far as I can ascertain and lava taken much pains to aecertal Itho average price nnd the condition of the farmer and tenants have beol- jgrOS8IY misrepresented by the Eqult I mysc have been a tobai for sixteen or ecventcc ears growing each year several crop tn partnership with tenants T ire tho devil his due condo ompols mo to state that I did nc with tobacco until tho Coat 1llmental commenced to buy In the coot in any instance getting ove Ight cents and generally far less fo my tobacco 80 much were wo dli ouragcd that wo turned two ot ou arns Into cattle barns but since the IQ have averaged over ten cents fO- IItlour tobacco havo mado big profit or lend and our tenants have don qually as well snaking two or thro lines as much as thuy could bay made In other business blWo will give a detailed statement c later Our toabcco was sol enerally in the first half ot Januar In our own barns In heavy winter order delivery nt some near point with out any expenso whatever except th light ono of hauling and the pay sent was made immediately Not ono case docs not make a rule and hlo faithfully tried to find out price I I IIhaand some a good deal better Ono ten ant in tbo far end of tho county hall raised twelve crops and nine cents was tho least prlco and twelvo cents the highest ho received Upon tbe most reliable Information we can get1t- rom original sources and In our anxiety to ba accurate and do Justli wo applied to the Continental for 1111 figures for Bourbon county I est mate that for the last five or six years the average price for our county has been about nine cents per pound and the most far moro than halt of thlll tobacco was sold In the barn and hauled In loose order without other expense to some nearby receiving poln Finally I can truly say that no bus ness In this section has over bcfor been as profitable to tho farmer and tenant as tobacco raising for the pc rlod of the moat six or eight years All la matter ot course there aro sow improvident men who save nothing however much they may make but I assort that on land In any way sultabl for tobacco tbo tenant has done fuan bettor than ho could have done at other business and finally that to bacco land has paid the landlord aftc charging up all expenses from 50 to 85 per acre and In like proportion to tho tenant In a speech made hero on this ros Itrum eighteen months ago opposln tho cutting out of tho 1908 crop 1 stated that tho facts when truly ur dcrstood did not Justify the pooling or the crop and the only Justification of the pooling ot the crop was such a condition of the tobacco business ns mado pooling necessary In order to get a living price that as the Burlc society was organized Us member scattered through many counties and oven states with every possible dls similarity of condition financial and otherwise that It was utterly Impo slblo for them to act without friction delay negligence and favoritism the many and unexpected abuses woul surely grow up and that cutting out th 1908 crop threatened the peace am prosperity of tho state that as It was a fact that not over half at most ot ihd growers wero In the pool and tha In order to make tho movement of the mere cutting out of the crop sue 50 per cen persuadedt1audpossible for them to agree upon a policy on account ot dissimilarity at opinions conditions and necess ties somo being able to hold thel tobacco and somo having to mortgage their crop before being raised and r other too numerous conditions to enumerate Such agreement being impossible It then becomes necessary ii I order to succeed for various kinds of Intimidation to be resorted to whim and peaceful by tho law abidtng but soqb degeneratiii Into violence and lawlessness by tlMioro Ignorant nn I left restrained n imbcrs of the pool stated then Mghteen months ago that any policy t mt tended directly or Indirectly into tonally or unlntet11 tlonally to viol nce and lawlessness t was to bo cond tuned by all lust t minded and patr tlc persons Alt our ill rights of life 111 rty and property ur O based upon and nado good by the etI forcemeat ot thi law and I could no t see how any mar who lit Interested h the solid and run Interests of th- countryl could countenance any pollc but In thi dlSO1ebegun numerous progeny which not only affect tho to- bacco3 business but every other Inter eat of society and no man may see thi end of such feuds thus created VIIn addition to the above 1 said at same time eighteen months ago that If tho cutting out of the crop was effected that there would bo three Im portnnt results First that It encourage tho raising ot wouldI other sections of the country otbo Influence and Intimidation Equity society and then I went on tt enumerate various parts of tho country where it could and would In many macs ot extra quality In all proba jlllty bo raised nand that we could do rut tobacco Interests here in Kentucky ncalculablo damage by raising U p formidable and dangerous competitionI Iby this shortsighted policy Now what was the I spoke of as possible has come tc pass and this years crop will be hard I 10 sell on account of the great In ireaso ot tobacco outside ot our old I 3urley district r Secondly I stated that the policy of he Burley society would drive out ol tho state ninny of our tenants and mien employed by them a great mdeservcd hardship upon them B permitting them to ralso tobacco I business In which they wero very pro threeIumesIlthely could support a largo number while It they were forced to raise corn or other crop it would re I Hiiro several times tho number of icres to allow them the same profit so that necessarily many would be 11 urged to leave Everybody knows Ithat such was tho result I Thirdly I stated that It would bring r disorder and lawlessness throughout t jon Burley district Such prediction amply verified Brutal whippings barn burning and nil sorts of land oven murder wore committed r mpunlty All free speech on iiestlon has been practically denied r and any statement of Equity orators 1 however exaggerated or wild has gone without any public denial or refutation itch Impunity adding to exaggeration InUd misrepresentation of such state s tents Now from this date on I hope It will j be very different Now let us see what r tho financial results ot pooling the J laro and 1907 crops leaving out ot ac ount for tho present nil tho other Isastrous results of which I shall presently speak Of tho 1907 crop Jvlna way to the desros of two of tenants In Bourbon we placed two v of twentyfour acres and thirty hogsheads In tho pool three oth IIthreo not going Into It Nothing so deceptive as tobacco prices un you know all the conditions am Ito circumstances Twentyseven hogs heads of this tobacco has been sold lund 90 percent of tho price paid us land putting tho other average price the whole will uveragoIII 6 59100 cents per pound its see what It will be when the prop Iter reductions are made I have bore tofore generally for the last years sold my tobacco In the first balh of January In heavy winter order barn with time only expense of haulld a anxItllousclety and ho could make no vail objection to them I do not wish to 111andto tale any advantage ot tbo society I owned a third of this tobacco Twentyltfour Not sold 6 hogsheads my third put at average price 3180 Total received and estlmat ed 17131 List of Insurance three times on oneIethird 150 for 4 Prizing October 15 1908 12200 Ibs at 50c per cwt ClO Storage at prlco fixed by Equity 25c per month on 11 hogsheads for 13 months 357 Intereston tho nbovo 3 items until repaid by sale of the tobacco underestimated 301 Total amount ot expenso 140175f after these ex penses156S40Interest at 6 per cent on tal held In tcbacco from January 15 1908 to May 16 1909 1161- 1L5684011618 the value January 15 1908 14522 Onethird of 24 acres equals 8 acres 145222I Ono acre 1815 Whatever may bo received from 10 per cent reserve fund to bo added What my tobacco brought In previous years early In January In the average Per lb 1040 1902 per acre 1807 10 plus1903 per acre 2099 llY and 1251904 per acre 3 crops average 21809 and 2 crops 25000 2287 6A to IlJOG per acre 3 crops 1C52S and 1 crop 9546 j 14191 10l906 per acre1 ctpa 17477 and 2 crops t 1731 17631 111907 per aero 3 crops 22841 Average for 1902 1903 and 1904 2063 What did the pooled crop which sold at 1659 bring January 15 1908 the time 1 generally sell IIIn October an acre weighed 16225 Ibo aero weighed January 15 1908 estimated 1800 Ibs IIPrlco January 15 1908 1008 cts Remarks on Calculation The pool and crop was composed of ono crop of eighteen hogsheads Ir strictly No 1 quality better thanI that that sold for J25000 and cents an aero In 1904 being raised by I same parties and balance ot hogsheads was b fair crop of dI tobacco good weight The latlon of money received and that wero legitimate and comparison January 10 1908 and final value shown too Burley president for10f county Now I claim it no part of the reserve fund Is I paid that this tobacco that sold for i 1659 cents in the pool only nets 1009 cents on the 15th of January 1908 and also that this reduction ot nominal value not only refers to my crop but to every crop In the pool whether In Blue Grass or elsewhere and that I whether the owner all or a part ot these Items of ex pease or ho gets somebody else to do so and I defy any ono to show that they are not equitable and necessary charges to bo made In any correct cui allan 1 have also a calculation made In a bill made out by the a 1906 crop In tho pool This crop ItIon 1120 pounds was appraised at delivered to tho Equity cnts or 54067 penses Equitycharged id to enough to leave the net amount to ohswas delivered to tho Equity February 01007years so oarIto the account Discounting 38338 two years and it equals 34230 which equals about 109 cents per pound In this case all the reserve rut IVi cents was paid So you can see how deceptive theso figures are and how they glvo false Impressions f value Now In regard to our pooled tobacco making tho proper reductions It Slatter to only 18150 per acre or 109 cents per pound to be in reascd by any part ot reserve that IImay be paid As compared with other I rears the average price per acre Is n Igreat deal less than tho average for years 1904 1903 and 1902 that I being 20639 These three wore before any pool had been ormed the first pool being on 906 crop It is also a good deal Itban the average for the six years 1902 03 04 05 06 and 07 Now this calculation reveals anther tiring that out of thirtythree bog heads six have not been sold and ypald for In general figures 1 have been told by tho officers of the assocla Ion that there were leads In tho 1907 pool Threefourtbsj of this was to go to the Continental paid promptly and onerourth the Independents Now Instead ot calling for twentyfour at least of our tobacco they asked for 23 lenvl back ten Instead of 9 hogsheads all should Then I understand tbero about 4400 hogsheads allotted to Independents who failed to tako On this basis not over three hogsheads of ours should have been left on unsold instead of six I wonder I I want him to answer It If 1resl LeBus has between onefifth and of all his tobacco in the 1107 I This pooled tobacco was sold last notIpaldto attenZingu It Notice ono moro thing about the cal culatlon That my tenants who did go Into the moro for their tobacco than those that did Now we havo shown that financially the pool was no such success as claimed for it let us see what are the other results of the societys policy In tho proIoftent thrown out ot employment Ilnd In many Instances forced to leavo thll state Secondly wo havo driven 9ur largest and best buyers out of the state They had established warehouses at our county seats so we could sell them our tobacco at homo with out the uncertainty and expense of shipping to faroff markets They bnve sold out their property and left tbe EO far as I know I was talk lug the other day with one of our best farmers and asked him If ho had sold hla grass seed by tho territory un gathered lIe replied that as he had a sou old enough to learn business that he could not afford to do so for fear that his son might do tho same way lie was wise Exercise develops fae ulty The only way to keep up the character ct our people In judgment selfreliance and manhood is to gvo them the opportunity to exercise theso qualities By turning over our busl ness to a commltto of managers or maybe to one boss as this new pledgo Indicates we tend to make babies and weaklings of our people There Is no more certain and surer entering wedgo to socialism or communism Another evil result of this Equity movement has been a substantial denial of froe speech Any policy must bo tunda mentally unsound that demands as one of Us necessities the suppression at free 3peech Our colleges schools and our various means of cultivating tho mina are all Intended to teach us to think for ourselves In tho conflict at reasonable debate and discussion error Is gradually eliminated and truth evOo luted and strengthened Any cause that will not submit to this test there by confesses Its weakness and un soundness Again the policy of the Burley trust or society has very much Increased the production of tobocco outsldo of our Burley district Report from Missouri Illinois Indiana Ohio West Virginia Tennessee and also the outlying counties of Kentucky all speak of much Increased productlo The tenants and workers that OU drove out last year aro valuable assli ants In this development The extra ngant figures In regard to prices of th Equity orators have no doubt ver much aided this movement The hec that laid the golden eggs has been bad ly crippled if not killed Again whether Intended or not they haVE produced a crop of violence and lawlessness which has brought shame and humiliation on every patriotic Ken tucklan as well as financial disaster and which crop I fear may be pore vial unless wo arouse ourselves to a full realization ot the situation and de termlno to alto tho necessary measures to extirpate it The only rcasc why Bourbon county and a few olber counties have escaped tho most ottbl lawlessness has been time forbearance ot tho Independent tobacco grower and ther refusal to exercise their 10 propswere their friends and neighbors an for once they were willing to help them out ot tho hole Into which their pollc had placed them The Equity luu prosn1tltuteof domination and despotism By onE breach of contract mamountthe worst measures over presented Ie n Kentucky legislature they provide that conbuy tobacco In Kentucky unless be wi licensed tar o do so by certain officio officers who as a matter ot coursi were to be elected in the Interests 01 the Equity or If not elected to bE so Influenced Every Instinct 0 statesmanship and enlightener was against this bill What WI teed Is Moro buyers not fewe It we had to do either it woul fro much bettor to give a bounty t itiyers instead of putting an embarg upon them This bill founded In foil and bigotry was supported by th Squlty society and was personall urged by them upon the legislator rut alter passing the house was de sated by tho hardest of work In th Senate Any tuna who did not sup tort this bill was denounced as ar jnomy of the farmer and In tho relgr- olaf terror many wero Intimidated sNow how shan wo sell without th pool I admit that tbo Equity ha node the conditions hard It as tbl Squlty claims ho Continental has beer asking enormous profits and tbl ilalm the governments Investigate rapports In part then thla very fac- tllnnd especially tor the future since thl has established a sufllclen amount of tho factIs the best guar ntoo and security that the Continents TAnswers Lloyds legalbejIlIch Injn jcIlrlces lyICharged WojhoPo will have competition In buying tobacco There is no natural monopoly In manufacturing tobacco With the great amount of capital In this country seek- Ing Investment at low rates of Interest ompetltlon In manufacturing tobacco will continually arise Though they may buy It out for a while still new competition will spring up like the water in some great and everlasting spring whose flowing la rather In creased than diminished by draw ing tho water from It As a mate teer of fact we hare had more or less competition for the lalltslx- or eight years slnco tho Continental commenced buying In tho ficient at least to glvo us very profitable prices for our tctacco during that period For about half of that time we have sold to tho Independents Should tobacco get too low growers on land not suitable for tobacco where the cost of production Is relatively high and this would Includo prob ably a good deal of the new territory will quit raising and thus reduce the supply and Increase the price If tobacco wore to sell too high so that the consumption at tho prlco would not take up the supply raised then the accumulating surplus would be a weight to break down tho market finally A fair price for a commodity Is the average price nt which con sumptlon or the demand will take up tho supply too high or too low tho equalization process Is bound to go on Tho mills of the gods grind slowly but exceedingly flno These forces embodying the law of supply and demand work without cost or friction or violence or disorder On tho other hand the artificial arrange ment of tho Equity works by the arbi trary dictation ot an executive com mittee or president taking a mans business out of his hands with all sorts of costs for prizing insurance storage interest shrinkage fees and salaries with all Its bulldozing ot Indi viduals and the attendant violence and lawlessness Then again as a further means of protection against all trusts the Continental as well as the Equity the worst probably however well Intentioned by Its founders we havo over had Bend sensible practical men not demagogues to the legislature and congress who will pass reasonable laws to regulate trusts this Is a very complicated matter and even the best mccn at first and afterward will make mistakes but let them profit by their mistakes and gradually as taught by experience cvolute laws that will approximately accomplish tho purpose Then let the people elect honest and fearless executive ofllcerBto enforce the law But to be honest wo must trust mainly to tho law ofsupply and demand The speakers on the other side In regard to the now pledge give about tho same reasons In defense ornt- hat the Czar of Russia would give In justifying his refusal to gjve further liberty to his parliament and his pee ple The details of this pledge will no doubt bo thoroughly discussed by Mr Santrlll Now in conclusion I want to say I some hero with a good many band caps in tho way of physical condition and volco solely If 1 know myself in i spirit of patriotism We are all frail I can afford to speak the truth for I want nothlnc Mr Watterson has well slid that a man Is only a free man when ho wants nothing My Mind has been oppressed with a pall of appro aenrlon and dread I am afraid that If foe sign this pledge and from this pool that with the Immense growing croP especially a large part of It be yond the Influence of the Equity that the society at the end of 1909 will find Itself In exactly tho same situation as- Iin 1908 The Continental will be able 110 get sufflclent tobacco from various sources so as not to be forced to buy The impunity with which you cutl nut tho 1908 crop will when you get gain in the hole encourage you to try tt again and It you do though I- law a man of peace and law and will try to prevent any fraction of either am sure from my knowledge of hu- nan nature that the people will not again submit to having their legal and institutional rights of attending to heir own business In their own way leased them The dreadful result of conflict no man can predict That apprehension Is not chimerical Is Ithls by fact that the new provides for a permanent or Ii anlzatlon In the way of a stock com pony with highly paid officials as a aatter of course whose selfinterest will urge continuous activity and who will very much Increase the probablll ity of the societys resorting tp any I means to avoid failure in their des ratio plans This apprehension more question of price has actu to comB hero today peace and good will 1Itnd the protection of our rights of Ufo I and property are above price I S No 2The Equity DurI- eIitrust crowd say I am the bought of tho Continental wb1l0- Iln t I am tho only Independent man who is against all trusts of whatever t or shape who receives no com t ensatlon for his services and pays hIs own expenses for publication etc My comparison Is solely with the Le I Dus crowd 1 Tho equity orators are so far as I I know either candidates for office I high salaried officials and employees or thoso having their expenses paid r Tbcso various sums woconfldently be come out of funds accruing Irma Illovepools ot 1906 and 1907 either the per hogshead or the 10 per cent jgross proceeds or both Applying the I of theso two pools to this ntlrely new project to which many f these subscribers object seems to s neither Justifiable In law or morals The kings and queens of the harness nd saddle classes will all be there to orapeto for the attractive stakes at lourbon Fair Paris Sept 7 to 11 ln luslve Many new rings have been dded Including the draft horse class fifty dollar colt ring will also be a jaturo There is money for every rlajg t live stock at the old Bourbon Fair l 1 LANVS H J it