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Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): September 7, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 int1909090701_sn85052021 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905): September 7, 1909 Interior journal (Stanford, Ky. : 1905) E.C. Walton Stanford, KY 1909 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. VOL. XXXVII. The Interior Journal. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1909. 10. 55. . Word From TurnersvHle; NEWS NOTES. IN NEIGHBORING COUNTIES. I be called n "citizen'' or Over 150 cases of typhoid fever are George II. Pope, aged 70, is dead at not, TurnersvHle has bcon my homo all being treated in tho East Sido of New Danville of paralysis my life and as It seems to be In tho York City. John Magee's storo at Danville was lime light just now I beg Mr. Editor, While playing cov boy at St. Louis burglarized and a good many goods to be allowed to say a word. Wlllio King shot and killed his stolen. This is the first time in its history brother. Robert Rout purchased the general that TurnersvHle has been given a Tho steamer Gracey Chlldcrs, owned merchandise storo of Eager Bros!, at "kick" and If thoso who aro doing tho at Nashville, Tcnn., was destroyed by Marksbury. kicking would only stop and do a little flro at Paducah. Mrs. Samuet Deatherage is dead at lifting thero wouldn't be any kicking to A Pennsylvania railroad train struck her home in Richmond. She was Miss be done. an automobile at Douglasvllle, Pa., nnd Tabitha Todd. Whose fault is It that such stuff as killed three persons. Mrs. Stella Burns Perry, formerly of "cream of hops" Is sold In our vicinity? An Incendiary has been getting in his Richmond, is dead at her home in OklaWhose duty is it to seo that it Is not work ot Evansvllle, Ind. Seven livery homa, aged 23 years. sold thero? Whore, pray, nro the offi stables wcro burned Saturday (night. Tho safe of tho Jcliico Grocery Comcers of Lincoln County? making 31 fires in one week. pany was blown open and a diamond As to tho artlclo in regard to tho afMore than forty thousand tons of valued at $125 were secured. fair at tho church Sunday night which pig iron for steel making E. II. Fields, aged 74 and a brother-in-lastated that tho religious worship was was ordered in Germany last week for of Brutus J. Clay, minister to disturbed is a mistake, for not even export to the United States. Switzerland, Is dead at Nlcholasville. Bro. Walker was awaro of tho young Tho Frankfort fair was successful Senator W. O. Bradley, Clarence Le man's presence until the services were from an exhibition and financial stand- Bus and J. D. Clark, spoke at Lancas You have read a good deal of tho increasing prices of Men's Clothes; of over. And if tho Deacons and Elders point. Miss Mary Eleanor Queries won ter Saturday in favor of tho Burley tho shortage of wool; and the "LONG-AGE'- 1 of wool prices. And all that haven't "grit" they probably have a tho prizo for tho prettiest woman. pool. you havo read is truo moro of tho "lovo that suffercth little John P. Bay shot and killed James Cy Trimble, a Lexington Negro, was Hut The Royal Tailors successfully plauncd and completed a coup on tho long and is kind" nnd wcro simply wait- M. Neeley when he said he found Necl- - fined to the amount of $280 at Riching to manage tho affair, for the sake cy talking to Mrs Bay In the back yard mond on four charges of tho illegal sale wool ninrkct that has placed them alone of all clothes makers in a position of friends and relatives without any of the Bay homo at Caruthersvllle, Mo. of whisky. to dictate their this season's clothes prices. is publicity. Mayor Franklin P. Stoy, of Atlantic Lemuel Teater bought 105 acres of and now tho announcement ry," 1 do not know who it is that Is giving City, was arrested on a warrant charg tho Dunn farm near BryanUvillc at made that he has acquired an interest Charles Robinson bought tho 3J in tho Kentucky Gaictto Publishing these articles to your paper but who" ing him with ignoring an order of the $100, Company and will have cntlro control over it is they are not true "citizens" Attorney General, which notified the Robinson farm near Buena Vista, Garor they would not be pulling down our Mayor to enforco the law against Sun rard county, for $6,300. of tho editorial policy of that paper. You know tho reason for increasing wool prices. Tho wool cropJhas not Hon. II. C. Kennedy, present county For fear some ono may get tho mis- community by putting such things be day selling of liquor. John Cash, who was arrested at judge of Wayne county, and noted in been right this year, and tho tariff uncertainty has increased tho tendency to erroneous Idea that our com- fore the public. taken and Ettie B. Root, Newport, Tenn., on the charge of mur- the mountains as an author, has been shove up prices. The Royal Tailors looked ahead and anticipated tne presparison of the efTecta of poison Ivy and TurnersvHle, Ky. dering A. L. Stogie, a prominent lum- tendered and accepted the appointment ent situation months ago. seven-yea- r itch to the effects of the berman, has made a confession exoner- as census supervisor for the 11th Conprinter's Ink Is Intended for anything President Vehon of that concern Bent a corps of 12 men into tho Western ANNOUNCEMENT. ating all of the crime except himself gressional district of Kentucky. mora than to emphasize tho compelling sheep raising districts to buy up the raw product and hold it for the antici" Mr. W. R. Hummons, of London, hold the newspaper profession has upon Meeting will be held at tho Jumbo and John H. Spencer, who committed pated has become the purchaser of the Its devotees, we distinctly and emphat- Camp Tabcrnaclo Saturday evening, suicide. The persistence with which Hussia is calf which was exhibited at the When the increase came Tho Royal Tailors laughed at the wooIeurailJs ically disavow any purpose of suggest- Sept. 11. at 7:45, and services Sunday Into following, representation with the Laurel county fair lost week. The calf and their increasing rates. The woolen mills wanted wool they could not Mr. Walton's ing at 10:30 A. M. and 7:45 r. u. striving for in the $30,000,000 loan for was shown at the Middlesboro fair, and LexiSgton journalism will bo somewhat This meeting Is to bo held In the Inter- other pations get it. Tho Royal Tailors had it and in the end 2,042 pieces of cloth n will return to London as soon as the llko theeturn of thn Itch to those est of better organization for tho Camp the construction of the uorc woven for Tho Royal Tailors by Eastern mills at bare operating cost to Chinese railroad may result in county fairs are all over. opposes. whom He Meeting Association and to plan for an keep the mills going during tho wool famine. He Is a democrat dyed in tho wool. other year. The business meeting a further delay in the signing of the MATRIMONIAL. The Royal Tailois are laughing yet. So are we ! To him It is a capital crime for ono proper will bo held Saturday evening agreement. The Bureau of the Census announced who has been a. democrat to oppose from 8 to 9 o'clock. All tho stockhold You can laugh too, if you come In and take advantage of our WONDER; Saylor, aged 21, and Miss Joseph democratic candidates or a democratic ers and everybody interested will please that approximately 3,000 temporary Martha Haunchell, 19, will be' married FUL PRICES: clerks will bo appointed in connection platform. He gives his first allegiance bo with us without fail. at Dave Noaks' on the 9th. to tho regular organization, condemnWe will givo a rejrart publicly of all with the work of tuking tho thirteenth Thomas Reeves, a widower, and Miss ing with unmeasured scorn thoso who the money received nnd what it was decennial census. Tho first examina Pernetta Miller were united in matrition will bo held throughout the United In politics and damn- spent for. aro Independent mony at Thoms Reeves Saturday. ing with unstinted blamo thoso who opWe wish nlso to ask all those who States on October 23. Mrs. Alexander Lusk, of Garrard, an Nineteen persons were severely in pose the democratic party.( have subscribed to the camp meeting nounces the engagement of her daugh a trenchsnt funds to please send In their contribu- jured, two probably fatally, when the He has always wielded ter, Miss Sunshine, to George Wallace nnd forceful pen, in his younger days tion to Clarence J. Sipple or Dr. Prank hay wagon In which they were being Muir, of Lexington. was struck by n permitting himself to use a violence of Grtder, McKlnney, Ky., by Sept. 10. taken to a corn-roaDr. W. B. Burke, of Boyle, announc-t- s . language which wo believed then, and Wo have some obligations for the camp freight engine at tho St. Clair crossing the engagement of his daughter, Williamsburg. of tho Pa . branch of know now from tho acquaintance wo that must be settled by that date. Miss Emma Chenault Burke, to Mr. havo had with him. did not represent Will have preaching Sunday morning the Pennsylvania railroad. The Royal Tailors display at this store 500 Beautiful Fall Woolens meet Lewis Gregory, a farmer, and Isaac Robert Holt Harris, of Atlanta. The hii real nature, which is kindly. by the writer and at night by Ilev. wedding will take place the latter part of them absolute cloth innovations at prices that will elate any shrewd Plark, deputy sheriff, both candidates As we took occasion to say in com- Wilson. of October. elothes buyer. for the republican nomination for magmenting upon tho sale of the Kentucky t Everybody Invited to come. melistrate nt a convention at Griflin, in or $35 The Royal Tailors will make for you in their great For 823, Stato Journal, he has gotten more CHURCH MATTERS. Clarence J. Siitle, low, moro gentle, mora tolerant, with Chicago tailor shops, tho highei-- t type of custom eud made to order suit or Pres. and Scc'y. Wayne county, engaged in a difficulty Tho State convention of the W. C. T. with pistols. I'lark was killed and advancing ago and greater success. Wo U. will be held at Lexington October overcoat money can buy a regular SCO or 885 local tailor's value. Washington's Plaguo Spots Gregory mortally wounded. hopo that in the conduct of the Gazette all Pure Wool; hit earnestness of purpose will be so He In tho low, marshy bottoms ot the Jeff Cook, tho old man who met his 1 to 5. hand-seweRev. T. W. Barker will preach bis genuine merchaut tailor workmanship; of his na- Potomac, tho breeding ground ot ran- - death in the riot In Frankfort, in which tempered by the kindliness s shrunk, and warranted to hold its style and fit uutil ture that there will bo no new wounds Urla germi. Theso germs eauso chills, Scrgt. Ingram Tate was also killed, last sermon In the Methodist church (over and nguo, biliousness, faundlco, was slain by a bullet from n Springfield next Sunday morning. There will be mado or old scars reopened. completely' worn out. , Tho flvo years since he sold The Dem- lassitude, weakness and general de- rifle. The threo wounded men will re no service at night on account of the And a defiuite legal guarantee, made nut in your name comes with-evecover, iharounty and tnthtsrv author- - Kpworth I.eHguo rally at Danville. The ocrat, at which tlmo It was absorbed by bility uii'l l""lng "Utlerlc or death to Royal garment. the Herald, havo seen remarkable thousands yearly. Hut Electric Hit- ities nro making an investigation of the Leaguers of Stanford, will go over. The guaranteo says: "This suit is warranted to satisfy you in every Rev. Zephiniah Meek, D. D., aged EG changes ters never full to destroy them nnd riot. growth in Lexington and great Sixty-seve- n warrants, charging nn years, is dead at Catlettsburg, after a In the newspaper world. At that time euro malaria troubles. "They aro tho both The Herald nnd Tho Leader vfrre lx"it tonic and euro for ma equal number of liquor dealers with brief illness. He was the founder and If it doesn't you needn't keep it or pay one penny for it. Cox larla 1 eer used," writes K M violating the Sunday-closinlaw, were editor of tho Central Methodist for 25 more thap content with n flat-beYou certr'tily wrong yourself if you fail to investigate this chance to get duplex press, each rather pluming it- Jnmes, oi I.ouollen, b U. They euro obtained at Atlantic City by agents of years nnd was well known through necessary ownership and Stomach, Liver, Kidney and Wood tho Lord Day Alliance and Good Citi- out tho connection of the Methodist real Royal Tailoriug, tho best in tho world at prices lower thou tho prices self upon tho on even the ordinary ta;,oring. use of such n press. Troubles and will prevent Typhoid zenship League. Tho serving of tho Episcopal Church, South. Now both Tho Herald and Tho Lead- Try them, 60c. Guaranteed by Pen warrants caused considerable excite Three men went into a quick lunch ment. er havo perfecting presses, the speed ny's Drug Storo. restaurant, nnd ordered a ham and egg Labor day in Western Pennsylvania of which is moro than twico as great two Johnnie (to new visitor) So you a o found about 30,000 persons idle as a re- sandwich with a glass of milk, as that of tho Cox duplex, and wo poached eggs on toast nnd two Baus- say that each my grandma, are you? sult of strikes, lockouts and walkouts it is conservative to Grandmother Yes, Johnnie! I'm "Panic wngo rates," in spite of the ages on macaroni. Here's what tho publishes twice as much matter, ns Invisible) fact that manufacturing concerns are counter man Bang out to his well as twico as many papers during your grandma on your father's side. Johnnie Well, you ro on tho wrong running on full time, is tho cause given cook: "One combo with a cow, two ago. tho week as it did flvo years side, .you'll And that out! Philadelphia by labor leaders for the numerous men on a raft, two Blcriota on the Wo doubt not that Mr. Walton can Bulletin. channel." Now York Sun. strikes. and will adapt himself to the changed Dr. Frederick A. Cook's discovery of A Hurry Up Call. "Hoalth ColTeo" Is tho cleverest clrcumUances and if any man can make Quick! Mr. Druggist Quick! A box u success of a partisan newspaper In Imitation of real cotlco over yet mado the North Pole is tho subject of world Scientists generally of Bucklen's Arnica Salvo Here's Lexington ho can. By nature, by hab- Dr. Shoop created It from puro parch- wide comment. it of thought, by conviction, he is a ed grains, malt, nuts, etc. Pino In pay tribute to tho American explorer quarter For tho lovo of Moses, hurry! partisan; ho has, moro than any editor flavor Is made in just ono minute. for his great feat. Danish polar ex Baby's burned hlmsolf, terribly John No 20 or 30 minutes tedious bolting. perts, who have an acquaintance with nlo cut his foot with the axo Mamie's wo know, the confidence nnd admira Dr. Cook, are the stanchest believers scalded Pa can't walk from piles believo In party reg- Sample free Penny's Drug Storo. tion of those who in the intrepid American's achieve UUite has bolls and my corns actio ularity, ho that under his editorship Charged with violation of tho Mis ment. SJio got it and soon curod all tho famt thera is reason to believo that tho The act of tho last Leglslaturo of ly. Its tho greatest healer on earth. Gazette will achlovo greater success souri State banking laws,, W. S. Mor and havo wider Inlluenco than It has row, of Golden City, Mo., was arrested Tennessee prohibiting wholesalo as well Sold by Penny's Dru Storo. had since It was launched upon tho at the home of his brother near Alex as retail sales of liquor in tho Stato of "Theso summor girls would rather tempestuous nnd somewhat uncertain andrla, La. He was taken back to Mis Tcnnesseo was upheld in all its pro visions except as regards sales for ship- waltz than cat," remarked tho hotel aea, whose waves ebb and flow over so souri. ment outside tho State, in nn opinion clerk. many journalistic wrecks. "I never worry." handed down in Chancery Court by "Think so?" inquired tho proprietor, To him personally wo extend greet "How do you avoid it?" Chancellor T. M. McConnell, of Chatta "They say so themselves." him professionally wo hopo Ings. To "In the day time I'm too busy, and nooga. "Then I guess I'll add a waltz or two anl expoct to givo, through these rol at night I'm too slcepy."-Clevel- and to the dance program and cut a couple urms, much good advice and many wise Leader. Kentucky Fair Dates. of courses ofT tho dinner bill." which we are entirely admonitions, A tickling ordrycoughcinboqulck Paris, Sept. 74 days. confidant ho will not accept and will Pains of women, bead pains, or any ly loosened with Dr. Shoop 'g Cough Monticello, Sept. 7- -4 days. in kind. stopped In 20 mlnutot sure, with Remedy, Ito opium, no chloroform, Kentucky State Fair, Louisville Sept. pain To him politically wo wish success in nothing unsafe Dr. Shoop's Pink Pain Tablets. Seo or harsh. Sold by -0 days. tho campaign in which he evidently In Penny's Drug Store. (ull formula on 25o box. Sold by tends to take an actlvu and aggressive Tho llttlo Candy Cold Cure Tablets Penny's Drug Storo. part. Editorial Lexington Herald. "Gosh, I wlsht I was like China." called Prevention, will In a few hours "But you can't have a big scene with "In what respect?" safely check all Colds or LaGrlppe. weak nerves that aro cryIt Is tho "When I wanted to negotiate a loan, Trytheml 48.25c. Sold by Penny's only one person In It." Just received a complete Hue of Fall and Winter Shoes for Men, Womtu ing out (or help. Then help them, to havo people scrapping for a chance Drug Storo. "Sure I can," said the star. "After and Children iu Patents, Vicis, Gun Metal, Ox Wood and Box Calf. Moro m don't drug the stomach or stimulate to subscribe." a struggle with myself I throw myself styles than over shown here before. Prices are always the lowest. Out of 1,358 begging letters received over the bridge." tho lleartor Kidnoys. That is wrong, m One of the Interesting trials of the in London by a charitable association, Vitalize thoso weak lnsldo nerves with Chauffeur, when you crack a pate, Dr. Shoop's Restorative and see bow week will take place in Chicago today, 87 per cent, were found to have come fast good health will come to you wbea a police Inspector will be arraign- from swindlers, and of the remaining Stop sot to Investigate. He who kill and runs away Sold by ed on chage of aeeeptkg bribes for 13 ftr east, oaiy 5 per coat, were found again. Test It and see. KY. Lives to kill aaether day. protactiaff Illegal tabUskasnU. to be really destitute. Penny's Drug Store. Another Whether The Effect of Printer's Ink. Liko poison Ivy nnd the sovcn-yca- r Itch it printer's Ink. Once gotton on tho fingers It Is Impossible to eradicate It from the system. These thoughts aro evoked by tho anof Mr. nouncement of tho W. P. Walton Into Lexington newspa- ner work. He Is very nearly, If not tho ncstor of Kentucky Journalism. Ho was tempted to come to Lexington from Stanford, of which ho was the leading citizen, to take charge of the Lexington Democrat, which wo purchased from him nearly flvo years ago. After a short rest ho purchased and revived tho Kentucky State Journal, retaining, however, his homo in Lexington during his ownership and editorship of that paper. Somo months ago he sold that paper and engaged In the brokerage business in Lexington, and tho announcement was mado by his friends that he had retired from the newspaper world for good. Hut ho has found it Impossible to rid himself of tho disease of printer's Ink, which he contracted at a tlmo when "the memory of man runneth not to tho contra- How President Vchon Cornered Slice of a tic Wool Market hlgh-grad- o w And Saved $100,000 in Price Reductions for the Good Dressers of America. price-increas- tt't Hankow-Sze-Chue- The Best $25, $30 and $35 Suits and Overcoats in America. secret-proces- ry t." d d g pro-sum- Cummins & Wearen, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. .sVl ro-tu- 113- Look! Look! Look! m m SAM ROBINSON, STANFORD. The Interior Journal. C C. WALTON Democratic Ticket. Kor Circuit Judge, M. C. 8AUFLEY of Mtjcoln. For Commonwealth's Attorney, CHARLES A, HARDIN, , o( Merer. Thi geod roth wnrtianiit h' ew of: STOP THAT HEADACHE the nmst, impertaat cvr before thai your eyet properly with poopla of Kentucky. There li to be a Ity having lens, J. r. 11111. Knst fitted Ht.. e Main mertlng of the association at the State Htnnfom, Ky.,wlll supply your needs arid guarantee satisfaction, lie also carries In latest Fair on the 16th. when everyone in- -, stock Kdlson phonographs and the or on you can buy for cash, tcreatcd In good roads Is urged to bo records which monthly Installments. Call and let us talk present. Gov, WilUon has Issued an the matter over. KYKHTKBTKD FIIKK. address urging the peoplo to attend and, of vote for tho amendment to tho constitution to permit tho Stato to ntd In building roads, which is a splendid plea I desire to sell privately my stock of Grofor tho good work. The amendment Is ceries ant Hardware, lmlmr n cood busi be submitted at the November next, ness. Will Invoice about Hit), lteason to uineaitn. high-grad- Stock for Sale. Merchandise Ky election. (IKO. D. HOPri:n,Htnnford, KtiM A mLsLV rVOrATnLEm. ForHtntoHonntor, L. HUBBLE, of Lincoln county. For RpmontAtlve, W. H. SHANKS R. ForJJountr JudRC JAMES P. BAILEY Kor County Attorney, W. S. BURCH For Circuit, Clerk, J, D. SWOPE President Tnft has declined to recommend that Congress pavo tho way for the direct election of Senators by providing for a constitutional amendment. Action to that effect was urged by W. J. Bryan In a personal letter to the President, but the Chief Executive in reply, says he does not consider It a party question. FARMS FOR SALE 1 1 from McKlnncy. Has on It good dwelling, gnoillmrn. cellar, spring houiv, tine water, eta Idind Is In high state Alsohnve four other small farms for sale. All woll Improuil. Terms satisfactory. D.O.HU'H.K, Htanford, Ky It, F. 1). No. 3. otcul-tltallu- nlsfl toscltprhntely my farm of M acres at Jumbo, Lincoln County, ky. four miles w. 11; l. Mccarty -- For BhrrllT. For County Court Clerk, GEORGE B. COOPER For Jailer, DINK FARMER The Chicago preacher who wants to open Sunday baso ball games with prayer evidently desires to get in his Onlnc to 111. health and wantlna to be some have work for his home team. Prayer is a away from homemy this suitimer, I Itlver Ulx decided to rent good thing in its place, and its place is Holler Mills, driven ly water and steam s nearlv everywhere, but heavy batting. 'power, (lood location. Mill In condition. W. II.TllAYI.Olt. good pitching and fine catching have It. F. D. No. 4, Htanford. Ky. t it beat a block in the baso ball tlrst-clas- MILL FOR RENT! wwk srhr HX Ederhcimcr, Stein & Co, i brw mm BEBEWss''SuiSse' BEfeDsV For Assessor, IOHN C PEPPLES ForSuperlntemlent of Hchoolf, GARLAND SINGLETON For Coroner, GEORGE P. BRIGHT For Magistrate Stanford District, JAMES McKECHNIE For Constable Htnftford District, I. M. BRUCE For MsglstratelCrab Orchard District, J. WARD MOORE For Magistrate IIustonIlle District, J. K HELM, SR For Magistrate Wayntstrurg District, JOHN M. CAMDEM For Constable Waynesburg District, JOHN G. BAUGH game. Senator Bradley will be tho chiof orator at the exercises dedicating tho new Stato Capitol at Frankfort, tho date of which has not yet been decided on. It is a pity that democrats can Home At Auction tlrst-clas- I Monday, Hept. IS, lo, county court day, the property on Danwlle Aenue, Htanford, occupied by V. (I. Withers. Has n are residencefoodgood shape. nnd outbuilding Hplendld cistern nnd s and in big garden. I.ocntloii fine neighborhood. Will sell In front of the Monday afternoon, old court house at have no hand in dedicating a homo they Hept.13.lww. Mrs. Hugh Held, K. II. Miss Mary IVnnlngton, Htanford, paid for. Ky. is shown What fools these mortals be in the statement of Senator Bob Taylor that his "Fiddle and tho Bow" lecture has made him $250,000. We will Denier In nnd Manufacturer of. wager, however, that ho could not work Monu-mont- s, Marblo on the same audience twice. it Harry Jacobs, and Granite UilKI WE Edcrhcimcr, Stein & Co. " "Wa.-- t JOE MAGEE Is a candidate for Police Judge of Crnb subject to the action of the democratic party and asks your support. Having married Fritz! SchelT, John Markers and Posts, Cemetery smlvUwn Fox has gone to Breathitt county to Vases and Huttees. Oltlco and works, Ky. gather material for another novel, says the Memphis Commercial Appeal, which I ought to be made to furnish a diagram for its silly jokes. Small Farm For Sale We are the people who furnish the boys their wearing a pparel. We will show the most beautiful line of Boys Suits ever shown. f UUIII . here. Wait and see them. Htanford nnd two miles from Mnwood, on good road ' mile from pike. In good neighborhood, close to cliurcn, rural route and , IjiiuI all very promile from WAS A QUORUM PP.ESENT ? ductive, S farm In grass, balance In cultivation; all under good fence. Comfortable IC Is claimed on good authority that bouse of six rooms ; new barn nud nil other outbuildings. Abundance of ffnewater and the action taken at Louisville changattractions at tho Virgin- fruit of nil kinds. J. T. I.IVINOHTOX. One of the ing the membership of the campaign It. K. l. No. 1. Hlnnford, Ky. will be a marriage in a committee and its location from , Lex- ia State Fair VTV2IO a balloon. Husbands usually go up in -ington to Louisville was irregular and REDUCTION, so quickly as this one 10 PER void, since only four members of the the air, but not Hnxlnc suffered considerable nnnoynnce Stite Committees were present when will. O. L. Penny C. B. PRUITT, R. H. Coffey V.. it. Coleman and damage from outlaws. In breaking gate it requires seven of each committee to Tun new Dostal cards iust issued are latches and tearing down and destroying Moroland, Kentucky, road that runs make a quorum, not counting the chair- - uniil to be a prcat improvement on the KorSOdnys.ln order to clenn up on Mat- my gates, on the 1countyconcludid to offer through my (arm, hae Carpets, min. Mr. Woodson May, the member blotting paper concerns now issued. It tings.10Druggets, reduction, Hugs, Klc. Will a reward for Information leading to the MOT WEATHER Jlaesomo rare gle per cent, of such person or ron. I from the 11th district, Who was not didn't come too soon. bargains In millinery. Home big Uirgulns conviction for Inforwill therefore give the sum of In close outs la wall paper. Nice selection mation leading to tbonrrest and conviction present nor was ho notified to be, is of frnnud pictures. Now Is jour time to any party or parties, that bae broken buy (making inquiry as to the status of what The Lusitania made the trip across see n bandtoine mantle mirror. Call and of latches on any of my gntes.orthat have the them. Choice selection of rockers, sawed nny of my gates he regards as snap action and to that the Atlantic in four days and 11 hours. (lood line of beds, metal and wood, metal on the downilr torn down runs from the county road which wood folding beds, THY OUR turnpike to the Mll!cdgevllle sljip couldn't beat this unbeaten and springs, rouuehes, rrlbs, cots, mattressHuatonvllle end has addressed Secretary Phillips as An air es, Davenports, chnlrs, turnpike, through my farmtand I will give ' suit cases, grips, trunks, extennlon tables, the same amount for information leading SjW to the facts. It looks very much that record. ' Talcum Powders, centre tablts, medicine cnblnits, glass, to the arrest and con Ictlon of nny party or I the slick work was for the purpose of sash, doors, ilc. Call nnd si e us. parties who In the future commit nny ol the CO Sponge, , Well etfulpped stock of funeral supplies. noove ournse.. POLITICAL. giving the whisky element of the party Her Ice nlgbt or dny. Witness my hand this 10th day of August, Bath ISmhe, T, J. lUI.l..Mlt. control of the committees and to enItJU. G. II. l'HUITT. Morelnnd, Ky. Ruby LalToon, of It is said that Hon. force the statement of Editor Watter-8o- n Madisonville, may enter the race for Toilet and Bath Soaps that a "democrat can not be a pro- tho democratic nomination for Governor AND ESPECIALLY hibitionist" The excuse for the action of Kentucky. at Louisville was to help the local demOur Ico Cold Soda Water with Jerrcy Cream Judge S. W. linger, of Ashland, the ocrats elect their ticket. The reason is democratic nominee for governor in the and Fine Fruit Flavor. W1 a laudable one but does not warrant ir- last campaign, is endeavoring to pur regularity or a disregard of the party chase the Owensboro Inquirer. law! Every good democrat desires the Rockcastle Democrets nominated T. success sf the nominees of tliu party J. Hayes for County Judge and William for the municipal offices in Louisville CilTey for Jailer. The County Comand is anxious to see the metropolis mittee was empowered to complete the of tho State redeemed, but tho party ticket. wK5 Stanford, Kentucky. law must not be disregarded and sharp W. M. BRIGHT, CASHIER. J. Harvey Vanhook, so well and fa- S. H. SHANKS, PRESIDENT practices worked. As Editor Beckham vorably known In Rockcastle, has been J. B. PAXTON, J- - W- - ROCHESTER, ASST. CASH. says in tho State Journal, if the action nominated by the Democrats of Pulaski H. C. CARPENTER, BOOKKEEPER was taken with the intention of com- for County Court Clerk. Neighbors, HVYS FOSTER, CLERK. mitting the party to the liquor interests believe us, when we tell you that he is DIREOTORSi it was a grievous political blunder or honest thru and thru; that he is thorJ. B. Owsley, Stanford; S. H. Shanks, Stanford; Geo. W. Carter, Stanford crime, and that if this purpose should oughly capable and will make you a John B, Foster, Stanford; W. H. Shanks, Stanford; T. C. Itnn- be consummated, it would only result clerk of whom you can and will be just kin, Lancaster; J. B. Paxton, Stanford; W. II. Traylor, in disaster. The masses of the party ly proud. Mt. Vernon Signal. Gilberts Creek; R. L. Hubble, Lancaster; W. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. y believe in allowing each individII. Cummins, Preachersville; Lilburn ual to express his personal views upon The Road To Success Gooch, Gilberts Creek. the prohibition question without party has many obstructions, but none so ORGANIZED IN 1882. dictation, and neither the Louisville desperate as poor health. Success todemocracy 'or its leaders, have the right day demands health, but Electric BitCAPITAL STOCK, $50,000. to demand or expect that the party in ters is tho greatest healthbuilder' the SURPLUS EARNED,J20.000. the State will accept the doctrine that world has ever known. It compels HAS PAID INtWIDENDS, $2J6,500 "no prohibitionist can be a democrat." perfect action of stomach, liver, kid(INCORPORATED.) To do so would invite and insure defeat. neys, bowels, purifies and enriches the Combines Absolute Safety with Satisfactory Service. Modern Safety school-bous- Now that tho North Pole been found, Dr. Cook can Walter Wellman and save making another ridiculous reach it in a balloon. has at last give it to him from failure to I desire to sell privately my farm of 5 acres. In Lincoln county, ei-- miles frum H.J. McROBERTS, Stanford, REWARD. t--' Ky. -g-ri I CT. "T30ttOF33itr3Ttmrifmijrrr tu mj zxaszxoiaGszssszsxsrzrsx FOR vtw S8 HELP. Qj m Lincoln County national Bank $50,000.00 rQ gfj rH m - ' i 1 jTj Of Stanford, Kentucky. Capital, Surplus, Resources, 4O.000.O0 340,000.00 Q PENNY'S DRUG STORE, 1 W E3BS2EBBBESBBEEEB3 FIRST NATIONAL BANK, to-da- Stanford Garage & Machine Co, "No babies, no votes,' Is the that Rev. Father Phelan, of St. slogan whole system. Vigorous body and Louis, keen brain follow their use. You wants adopted. He thinks votes should can't afford to slight Electric Hitters be given a family in proportion to the If weak, n or sickly. Only 60c. size of it and where thepf are no child- Guaranteed by Penny's Drug Store, m ren, no husband should be permitted to Mrs. C. C. Bingham, wife of a physivote. In these days of Ijabjlesa wjvi the vote of the country waiWbe Rreat-l- y cian, was killed in Georgetown county, reduced should Father PhftaVa mo- S. C, by William Avent, It is declartion be adopted, the same wkeb it nev- ed tho woman was mistaken for a burglar. Dr, Bingham was present at the er will be. run-dow- blood, and tones and invigorates the AUTOMOBILES. FEED CUTTERS, GASOLINE ENGINES, CRUSHERS, FARM IMPLEMENTS. Deposit Boxes for Use of our Customers. We Solicit Your Account. DIRECTORS. ) OFFICER. I. S. Hocker, Presidents S. T. Harris, John , McRobertt, Cashier; II. C. Baogbman, Aist. Cash'r W.W.Saunders.Uookkeeper. t; J. Hi.Diughmin, J. M. Feltus, H, C, Usughman, . V. Cummins, S, T. Hirrjs, no. C. Robinson, , S. Hocker, W. B. O'Banooo C.IK. Tale. F. Held, M D. Elmore, shooting. AUTOMOBILES -:- - FOR -:- - RENT. Tho Codec with tho Strength, Flavor and Aroma. wo will give Fivo Pound Colico nt 3Go 1 Nickel Dip CoflVoPotat Jl.fiO s. 25th, is the last found friends. The Allied Tobacco day for filing turnpike, miscellaneous, Trade's Association has been formed in and' merchants' claims against Lincoln Illinois to stem the tide against tho county. George 13. Cooper, County little coffin nails. A bill will be offered Clerk. in the next Illinois Legislature pro. A Fronch chemist has recently probibiting tho smoking of cigarettes in that State and tho organization will use claimed that cider is an antidote for tyits efforts to prevent Ao passage of phoid fever. The acid in it is the ajent, as it destroys tho germs. such a law. The poisonous cigarette has at last Saturday, Sept. H. B. NORTH CO TT, Poultry, Eggs, Produce, Ice and Coal. Branch House, Stanford, Ky., Thurman Tudor, Mgr. ara&isEEtiii. For tho next 30 days 81 7fi . 1 CO 83 20 81 25 Dr. Euot gives no place to the Bible in his library and a Chicago professor says that the good book is unsuitable for children, These seekers for notoriety ought to be severely alqae. The Crown Prince of Germany has If the Bsjok they would taboo is true seat a message to tirvllle Wright that they are sure to be cut tato hell with he will be present at one of his aero pkM flights. Jl these who forget Ged. Three persons were killed and another probably fatally Injured when a train struck the automobile in which they were riding at Bay City, Mich. For thirty days you savo lt r Mi&M,tmmMk lrt'tjh,iiilifct..MsnJ, GIVE IT ATRIAL. ? w H. B. i,H NORTHCOTT. Stanford, QEpE H.fARRIS, St?nfprd. js.w rfnwfiL, Mm im i.stn nil IrfiiattiW I mi'naMiii'nupBr HEiSi5S''Hii wii i1 JWrtfnHri 2) "d-lt- s We have just opened and placed on display our first shipment of new Fall Suits and Skirts. Come in and-- let us show you these goods. They were selected with great care, both as regards style and material. We considered all the points of a correct costume before buying and you can buy here with confidence, knowing you will get Clothes and the the right style garment and at the right price. Each season shows improvement in Ready-to-We- ar designers have fairly outdone themselves this season. The workmanship is as near perfect as human hands can make it. Buy now and be ready for the first cool days. m m SEVERANCE The Interior Journal. 8tahfod, Ky., - Bkit. 7, 1900 Joan of Arc 10 cent cigar wo will sell on Saturdays and Sjndava only 6 ccnta straight. Penny ' Drug Store. PERSONALS. Wn. J. C. Lynn went' to Loufsvillo Friday. Ed Minor, of Louisville, was hero Saturday. MIS3 Mary Crow vltitcd relatives at Middlesboro. Mr. J. F. Cook was over from ington Friday. Lex- & SON, STANFORD KY. ... L. 1!. IIughcH T. W. Humble W. O. Mnrtin Mrs. U. D. Carter visited relatives at Mltchcllsburg. Rout. H. Woods attended the ML Sterling fair last week. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hays spent n few days In Louisville. Mrs. J. S. HICB is at Cavu City with her mother and sister. LOCALS. MR. Matt Woodson, of Middlesboro, For hemp knives go to Farris. spent several days here. Mr. A. G. Eastland, of Louisville. TonACCO men, read W, II. Higgins' Is hero working Insurance advertisement. Miss Lina Kennedy, of Mollnc, III., Pure canncl coal at J. II. Baughman Is with Miss Etta Uellc Hoot. Uona McKeciinie Is in Wayno coun- & Co'. Try a load. ty to attend tho Montiecllo fair. Two good second-hanstoves for sale Mns. J. S. Owsley has been quite sick. Mrs. It. S. Putnam, of Lebanon, is with relatives hero. Mrs. Bessie Hardin Is at tho King Hotel, Crab Orchard. Mrs. J. D. Depp, of the West End, is visiting relatives In Glasgow. Mr. J. II. Rkid, of Hustonville.1 has gone to Corbin to take a position in Smith Bros.' drug store. Miss Minnie Woodson, of Middles boro, was the guest of Mr. W. II. Hig gins and family en route to Danville. Messrs. J, U. risiicrc and Ben Mc- Gulrc, of Lexington, have been guests of tho Misses Lutes at Hustonville. Jake Y. Roiiinson, of Lancaster, has gono to Columbus, Ga., to deal In mules for a few months. Ho ordered the I J. sent him there. Mason, Lottie and Louise Cook, chilcrcn of II. Goldsmith Cook, of Knoxvillo, who havo been visiting their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. returned homo yesterday. Don't miss our cofTeo bargain; for a Expert workman on gasoline engines few days only. Farrls. can be secured by application to the Lost, at tho juvenilo fair, a child's Stanford Garago & Machine Co. embroidered Jacket. Notify Mrs. I, M. "Daniel Boone on the Trail" will Bruce. open Walton's Opera Houso Wednesday Daniel Boone on tho Trail will hold evening, Sept. 15 Sure enough Inthe boards at Walton's Opera Houso dians and n flno band are carried by this good company. Wednesday night, Sept. 15. m LESS THAN COST. This is no drenm, but a stern reality. "We have n lew Oxfords left iu Tan?, Vicis, Patents, Oxblooda, Etc., in this sea- -' Eon's good?. Latest styles, etc. Thcy must go regaifflceis' of cost. ' Murphy bought a cottage on Whitley Avenue for $1,500 and his parents will movo to it fronts Rowland. I . tickThe L. & N. will sell round-triets to tho I'arfrfair Sept. 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11 at one faro plus 25c, good returning Sept. 13th. 7.AN p cotFor Sale. Beautiful tage, garden, barn lot nnd barn, on n avenue. Prica and terms to suit purchaser. Cicero .Reynolds. five-rooLo-gu- tho bank each Saturday to collect the taxes for the Crab Orchard Graded School. Penalty goes ori Oct. 1. George W. Bronaugh. I WILL be at .. Joe Magee, a dempo-lic- ocrat and a mighty clever man, ano nounces his candidacy this issuo for judge of Crab Orchard. Ho will appreciate tho support given him. Ind.. Saturday to join his wife. . Miss Emma Meier, of the Highland section, went to Louisville Saturday. Mrs. E. T. Pence, Jr., and son. Lvnn. spent Saturday lit Crab Orchard, Rev. J. Murray Taylor returned Friday from a month's stay In tho East. attended tho Somerset fair Friday. Master Auiert Pope, of Danville, is with his aunt, Mrs. W. S. Denham. John Thomas McAlister Is up from Way, Miss., to matriculate ot school here. JnnfiE fi. M. Davison ha cone to Petosky, Mich., to rid himself of hoy fever. Miss Ethel FErrno has returned from her vacation at her homo in Indiana. Mrs. Wm. Moreland, of Chicago, is with her daughter, Mrs. W. C. Shanks. Miss Clara Cooper spent Saturday with Mrs. J. E. Ruck, of Gilberts Creek. Miss Margaret mond. Is with Mr. John J. Carter went to Eckcrty, Ernest PErrt-E-s and Thurmond lu-d- Miller, of Rich J. J. McRoberis and family. Miss Mayme Wa"lter, of Lancaster, is vlsitlnc the Misses Hackley, near Stanford. Mrs. R. W. Ogilvie, of Princeton, spent several days with Mr. and Mrs, was called to Northern Texas by the serious illness of his sister. Geo. D. HorrER. Jr.. spent several days with his uncle, Rev. J. H. Hopper, J. C Hays. Finlky A. Davis 1 at Perryville. Haw Mrs. J. F. Cover returned from a visit to her daughter at Corbin Thurs i afternoon. Miss Stella Rupley returned again men and we Fridav to the school for the deaf at G. Cowan, Fall and Winter samples now ready lections: Harvey Helm, W. McUoberts, Olathc, Kansas. Inspection. If you want a, hand- J. G. Weatherford, II. J. Miss Mary Higgins left yesterday for J. F. Holdam, W. M. Bright, W. B. for Somerset, where she will teach some suit or overcoat let II. C Rupley, McKinney, Jerry Briscoe, J. S. Hock- tho practical tailor, take your order. music this year. er, F. L. Thompson, Josh Wilson, T. J. J, Owsley Newland, of the East Fit and satisfaction guaranteed. Hill, Jr., G. A. Walter, O. G. Speaks, spending a few days with hia End. la For Sale or Trade. One 16 horse W. D. D. Hays, Geo. Hunn, E. C. Wal friends in Cincinnati. power Nichols & Shepherd traction en ton, S. T. Harris, Wm. Severance, S. Mrs. D. M. Walker andHttle Luclle gine and two mounted saw mills, log M. Owens, W. R. Singleton, T, W.. returned from a visit to her parents at wagons, etc. All in good condition. Hutchison, Judge W- - M. Myers. Vanceburg Saturday. i. e.i. Peacock and Miss Call on or address O. W. Potts, Rich Mrs. Louella carHolmes. At his home near Crab mond, Ky. Virginia Bright, of Hubble, arc guests Orchard, Friday at 7 o'clock P. M., Mr. . up-to-d- ate i of Mr. Geo. P. Bright. C. L. UlHLElN, of Winchester, is or- T. Mack Holmes, aged 65, died of hemJames Owsley spent a couplo of, ganizing a lodge of Modern Brother- orrhage of the stomach. He had been weeks with hia grandfather, Hon. J. S. hood of America at Rowland. The or- complaining of malaria, but it was not Owsley, Sr at Lexington. der carries with it fraternal insurance, thought that anything serious would Mr. E. U. Walton, wife and son, accident feature, old age, total disabil- develop from it. Mr. Holmes was one Claiborne, C. Walton, spent several ot the East End's best as well as sub ity, sickness and distress policies. days in Cincinnati the past week. stantial citizens and no man stood high' Wa&k atlAnari. BBfaJ twilst an wmW MAm Ncrrea. and tU Mrs. Mattie KEViusand Miss Mat-ti- e Mr. A. C. Sine, record keeper of the cr in his community than ho did as an Btomch. Tb Kldn.ya. Uk UitUtait, the orcta And their wttknau, not in McCkrv spent several days at Gi- Maccabees, gave Mrs. L. B. Cook a upright, christian gentleman. Besides ItMli. but la tha dutm that control and tuld and atNocthea thaa. Dr. Bhoop'a JUatoraUra U lberts Creek with Mrs. J. E. Buck. check for $3,000 Saturday, tho amount a wife, three- girls, flvo boys and a a madlclna nwdfleallr praparad to reach that to ot time, mane ji Won. Miss Jbnnib Newland was elected of the policy her husband carried in brother, Mr. Georgo Holmes, aro left roniroiune;Itnarraa.wuu aooor u and ot money as U fuUk. Is a teacher of the third'grade In the Grad- that good order. This makes '31 poli to mourn tho loss of a loving husband, wall. your back achea or II the nrtat ed School and she began her work yes cies tho Maccabees have paid in Lin father and brother. Tho funeral ser- tea Ida. or It dark and atroo-- . It ireak. It trmptoM It you hare ot Bright or other distressing or dangerous kidterday. coln county and tho amounts have run vices were conducted by Eld. J. G, ney disease, try Dr. Bhoop'a KeatoraUra a month "George S. Shelby, wife and child from $1,000 to $3,000. aea what It can and WU1 Livingston at his late home Saturday TubleU or LUuld-a- nd do tor you. Pruetlat ramamand and aaU ren, who have been visiting tho home-folk- s afternoon at 4 o'clock, after which tho at Arcadia, left Saturday for their Miss Linda Miller entertained about burial took placo in the old family buryhome at Ponca City, Okla. a dozen of her friends Friday after- ing ground, and all that was mortal of Mr. Cicero Reynolds and grand- noon in honor of Miss Evelyn Humph- this splendid and good man was laid to children, Boyce, Elizabeth and Isabella rey, of Fulton, Mo. Games were in rest beneath the sod to await the reHunn, visited his daughter, Mrs. II. C. dulged in and Miss Nell Warren having surrection morn. Truly, a good man Le Compte, at Frankfort, anawereu tne iarger. number or hum- - has gone to hia reward and may hie Miss Myrtle Barker left Thursday tl)M rwdved the flat prise, a bat pin; I worthy example be emulated by thoae afterneea for Kama City to enter a wne i preMrtsg Mm Margaret gallee. of Danville, wea I left to fallow la the davi to camel hme uwaiBg eenocH. the NaMtatkw prise. 'Pesee te'Us ssbeal ' . PINNY'S MUi ST0HE. beftetf fee BMioaary work. Lightning Gasolino Engines, Wilder feed cutters and Strong whirlwind blowers. Lightning crushers and grinders. Line shafting, pulleys and hangat a bargain. Farrij. ers, belting, gas engine oil, etc. StanLet me insure your barn and tobac- - ford Garago Co. Mil ! co. W. A. Tribble, Stanford. A Flying Machine. A flying of somu character passed over Look at the stoves at W. II. Higgins' Moreland a few days ago, bo wo are for curing tobacco in your barns. told. The tobacco raisers of that secPhone No. 183 when you want tin- tion at first thought it was a lot of ning and plumbing done. W. K. War- night riders and began to shoot at it. ner. At tho home of Squire James Mc"Daniel Boone on the Trail" at Keciinie. on tho Hubble pike, Miss Walton's Opera Houso Wednesday eve- Jessie McKcchnie entertained about 35 ning, Sept. 15. SALE I of her friends Friday night very de. lightfully. At an appropriate hour On MONDAY. 8KIT. 13. K, nt tho plnce The Graded School begun operations guests e now IIeon UKnri Aenu In Stanford, yesterday with a full quota of teachers ices and cakes were served the wn will otTer fur snlon lot of present and all were made to have an kitchen furnltutie. coniUtlticliotm'tiokl nnd of Ih'iI.U'hcIs a large attendance of pupils. and unci tmlilln?, Urreat-rs- , rocking clinln. enjoyable evening. CHrpela, tnlile., (intn.ari-- , cook tovc, If not sold prlwitelj- Labor Day was observed by tho Big Toiiacco. Mr. II. II. Webster, ot till etc. offer for mile pnlrt before day will of mule., Even the who lives in tho Parlor Grove neighbor- nKwl 2nnd inrs old; 1 new fnrm wuson banks and the nn-court-housmechanics worked as usual hood of this county, prides himself on Hurt hsrne.a; I new KriuuS-pto- nl.o ?."cultivator other fiirmliiK tool: ncres of . corn etiinUlnii In Held neur Htnnford on the (loodknlRht fnrm. Term Wanted. A good, rcspcctablo white the splendid tobacco he has raised on widow Hrtleto begin nt 10 o'clock of anle a.m. girl who wishes a good home at good the two acres he had in. Tho average cnili. Jas. I. White ami (.'.Com J. kr. wages. Mrs. K. Lutes, Turncrsville, of two acres, the leaves measure 3$ feet long and from 22 to 20 inches wide. Ky. It was grown on new ground nnd he n THE Ladles' Aid Society of tho thinks that speaks well for the Knob liming decldu! to go Writ. I will noil nt public sale nt my homo place, one mile from church will meet with Mrs. section of Lincoln county. Miirwoodoudlrt roii.1 lending from d i to L'riiu Orchard, mi W. II. Higgins at 2:30 o'clock Friday From what wo can learn from ruWKHNKSPAY.HKIT. 13, 1!W, afternoon. My fnrm of tit acres. It It known na the mors in republican circles, the Diiuglnafurm. It lini on It n of The Ladles' Aid Society of tho Baprepublicans nro good and sore four room, n fairly good burn und other outhullillngi. Him three good springe nnd tist church will hold a bazaar at the by being run over In steam roller fash- tHiigoodorchnrdn. lOucrealn mt'ndou, 30 postojllco Saturday next, Sept. 11. At- ion by tho perpetual republican ma- ncret of other pasture. Iteninlnder lina been In wheut nnd la now In corn. j V. tend 'and help them in their good cause. chine and its henchmen. If you want from Htnnford & Jtomeraet pikelaunit ot mile mile mi. from echool-lioutHood died tflen to en Will the hlgheat bidder Messrs. James I. White and J. C. a republican nomination, bo endorsed mi re Inner. hiuul. wll to nUoaeli my crop of Will not, for cnali In Colycr will have a sale of household and for Federal appointment, or what coruiimlnbout lOtouaof bny.S milk cowa. apply to tho republican steam roller lUdrycona, 10 helfera, two und three yenra kitchen furniture, mules, etc., at their oldivsaheep, lot of hogaj household und Lincoln county. kiunon furniture, one wagon and other home on Logan avenuo at 10 A. M., next machine in im e cnau. ailMUJIi iuuii, Monday, 13th. See "ad." r'KA.NK Uoiiinkox, Mnywood, Ky. Chairman B. W. Givens, of tho demCraiq Butt, aged about 25 and son ocratic campaign committee, announces following advisory committee to of John Butt, of tho Highland section, the conjunction with him in managtried to commit suicide at Somerset act in ing tho campaign this Fall, which Is by taking chloroform. Friday No composed of a splendid lot of gentlecause is known for his action. commend him upon his se d ma-chiweak-knee- is theconsensus of opinion of bcth democrots and republicans that Mr. Thomas N. Butt, the republican nominee for jailer of Lincoln county nt their la to convention, has no Idea of accepting the nomination in good faith, but will "hold on" to the plum until it is too late to nominate another republican In his stead just as they did four years ago In tho case of Joseph Phelps in tho county judge's race. We wonder what Mr. Ike Terry will thlnl: nboutthe matter when he sees how ho was duped, when it was generally conceded ho was really nominated at the convention over Mr. Butt ? Tho republican machine in Lincoln county makes candidates and disposes of them at any old time and tho 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 nt the same old stand, gets all tho Federal offices and emoluments thereof and tho boys who do the voting arc left out in tho cold to cat chin music as their part of the political pie. Tho excellent ticket the democrats present to you will win running off and the people of Lincoln will continue to be governed by an efficient and honest set of county officials. Let every democrat put his shoulder to the wheel and d let no democrat influence you or lead you cstray from your line of duty on "trumped-uptrivial matters, but remain true and keep your good record clean and all will be well in the end. anti-machi- It $3 50 Oxford 00 2 50 2 00 I 50 3 Oxford Oxford Oxford Oxford . $2 25 2 00 I 75 I 50 I 00, Etc. Our Fall goods are beginning to come in nnd we tlo not inye had rather take our loss now tend to carry goods over. than to carry to next season. Our loss is your gain. Come to( Don't sco lis nnd we will convince you that we mean business. forget that we are still offering Summer goods at tremendous cuts. HUGHES, MARTIN & CO., Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. r The begin stripping sooner. Call and see them. Dixon To-bac- co Saver. This Stove is what tobacco men use iu their barns. tobacco will cure brighter and sell for more money. PUBLIC The You can post-offic- You can put to J in your barns. m PUBLIC SALE! Pres-byteria- Mny-woo- W. H. HIGGINS, Stanford, Kentucky. -- i. l4;44444444iT Waynesburg Deposit Bank xea.evssevasa.r I The (INCORPORATED.) Waynesburg, Lincoln County, Ky. all Industry and enterprise stands flnaoce; always ready nnd wJlllnfj to encourage anything worthy that will advance tho interest of the community; but first of all Individual thrift and Industry, the loyal support of home banks by home people. Every dollar you save and deposit In our bank is not only advancing your welfare, but is encouraging and assisting home industry. Besides the material benefit you derive "from a bank account, we offer you every courtesy and facility In handling your business. The Olllcors and Directorate of this Bank Is made up of men who are individually successful and collectively able to safeguard your Interests. OFFICERS:- - L. G. Gooch. President; M. E. Wheeldon, Vi'co President; James A. Hays, Vice President; Stanley Mcintosh, , Cashier. DIRECTORS: Dr. J. W. Acton, C. C. Gooch, Dr. A. K. Caldwell, It. Curtis, L. G, Gooch, James A. Bays, G. W. Leach, H. U. Singleton, J. W. Wheeldon, M. E. Wheeldon. Back of Dinwiddie & Co., Hustonville, Ky.f VM ' mm ' ii of goods. Undertakers and Embalmers. We ry an line Weak Kidneys - fltaHBsflllllllNlBBsisisWsB V as fv Nsssssssssssssssss99kaas(sVssssv2BulSl Stoop's you want the Best Drill made, try the by Rsstorativi "Hoosler."v For sale MTANFOltD, KY. T. rENCE, If Dr. E. M- fntnedin Da Pott-Ofi- iTi ryrrpiW11 y m'wwh "I'Hi1 "i 'j".- - -- Mtiyrinl The Interior Journal. a PARMER'S D1PARTMEBT. Winter seed oats for sate. W. D. FOR SALE1 floods, Notions, Groceries, Hardware, Tinware, .in.t about i,ii. do In j fair business. Liberal terms. 0. 11. HAUUIrl, Crab Orchard, Ky. Block Dry .ft 4L. Hanson, Moreland. Fifty or CO stock hogs forsalc. Coutvnd-clalter & McCormack, Mlddleburjr. matter. Great Britain has 500,000 horses available for the purpose of warfare. For Sale. CO young ewes at a bar No. 51, Booth, HtM r. M. gain. James McKechnle, Hubble. No.st,nouth,llil A M. No. 14, North, 4IW A. M. For Sale. A good milk cow, with No. M, North, ft:7 P. M. No. IT, 10:17 A. M. young calf. J. T. Bingaman, Stanford, No. is,:: 40 Ky. 2t JOS. 8. HICE, Agent. We havo 35 or 40 No. 1 feeding hogs for sale at once. Lutes & Co., Huston vllle, Ky. Jersey bull. For Sale. A From good milk strain. J. II. Jackson, Surgeon Dentist, 2U Stanford, Ky. KENTUCKY. J. W. Carson sold to Alfred Rogers, STANFORD, of Parksville, his farm of 64 acres near Office over McRoberU' Drug Store in Turneravlllo at $35. the Owsley Building. 11. B. Park, of Ellzabcthtown, bought 20 mules in Glasgow last week at Stanford a L.&N.TIMETHBLE r.. FOR SALE I FurWill sell a Clothing. Hhoe amlO-nt- i' nishing Htoro, located In the best town In UnTln count v. A ur-- st ommrtunltr for the tt,N". riant man. Htock will linolcefitbout man Address m. J., core interior journal, loru. N, Believing that the people of Kentucky will be interested in the organization of th NOTICE I A. S. PRICE, l"i linre moxed our nroduce. hide and poultry Imslncss from Myers' stable to our (tore recently purchased of (larland Hln glelon, two doors from itostofllce. We still psy cash for nil kinds of country produce I, ami A IHJCHAiAjr, Htanford, Ky. Citizens " S. D. CARTER, Now Llverv. ; National Life -- INSURANCE. R. B. and Accident, Plate Glass, Suretyon Bonds Immediate attention given to losses which are paid without Life, Live Stock, Health Insures Tobacco, bacco Barns, Hemp, All Kinds of Farm Property, Everything, Everywhere. Lightning, Fire, Tornado, For the best saddle bred colt, at tho The farm of HO acres, of roo1 Mne grass h lurid, lying one nillo North of Meklnney.on Nicholasvlllo Fair, Mr. Bishop, and the Htanford pike. Improvement! fruit. of Hustonvillc, won the blue tic. fencing good; plenty of water and one mile Alsom acres of timbered land Harris & Woods bought at Mcsscr's Knit of McKlnnev;linlf under fence; plenty of water and good tobacco land Hoe grow sale a pair of mutes for $4S5. James Kor House and Oarrlasel'alnt Inn and Trim -J.A.OIVKNH.ARent. ming, rnper Hanging, uuu ami i.ockiniiin II. Woods bought also a pair for $335. lng. Hhop opposite depot. H. D. Stiles, of Danville, sold to J.J. Bei.dkx, Htanford, Ky W heling & Spalding, of Bardstown, 15 exHove your measure taken by rt tailor of low mules, 15 to 15 hands high at $150.00. perience. Then your clothes, w hethern J. W. Bales shipped from Richmond evening price business suit or the finest 130 llrlck house of Kami elothci. will hate that Individuality and fit 72 cattle to export market, averaging T rooms,contains cribs acres, all outbuildings burns, and plainly Indicate they were made to over 1,400 pounds, at about $6 per hunwhich mens-or- e nnd line spring; ao acres of bottom land; your measure. 1 will also take your acres upland, balance In grass and timber. for extra trousers, fancy ests, top dred. Heeding rights this Kail. Would like to conts'and overcoats. Hnrlng and Hummer samples on hand ready for your inspection, For Sale. About 50 tons of good rent before Kept. 15. Gallon Mrs. Halm- - J, 1, H.O. RUPLEY. The Tailor, timothy hay in stack; will have baled as It. K. I). No. Htanford, Ky. Stanford, Ky. soon as can sell. G. Y. Conn, LancasCUT FLO WEBS FOB SALE! ter, Ky., R. F. D. No. 1. FINE FARM IN GARRARD COUNAn aged yellow Jersey cow, free the best, I can furnish the public wither, plants at TY FOR SALE ! of wll t h freshest o' cut ton but with one blind teat, left my all kinds, bulbs, potted (lowers, on short milker A fine blue grass farm for sale situated on notice. Also make a specialty of wreaths place Tuesday Aug. 3. Please notify new pike near Point Leavell and six miles for for funeral purtioses. south of I.ancaster, containing su acres, In connection with the above, I have alt N. W. Fowle, Rowland, Ky. being located In kinds of vegetables on hand at reasonable At James Mcsser's sale at the Pax-to- n well of the John good neighborhood, handprices. part Walker tract, with a setcn-rooplace, Jersey heifers sold from $20 some new, OHKISTMAN QUEEN HOUSES. residence KD HUnilAKD, l'HOK. thereon, with all necessary outbulldlngtand Htnnford, Ky. to $26; mules sold from $335 to $485; good, new burn lOxtO, Well watered, six neter falling springs and crvek running cow and calf $57.50; farm implements through. Iflfurts Tobacco and Tobacco sold well. Small crowd present. Tkkms. Jj cash In hand, balance one and of sale, Cattle MenI- -I have 200 acres of two years from daypaid. bearing stx per cent Interest until fine pasture, 2J miles from Lancaster orPersons looking for such place please write see W. O. Walk eh. Htanford. Nothing But on Richmond pike, will graze cattle at G. Y. Conn, 75e per head per month. Lancaster, Ky., R. F. D. No. 1. The Insurance Man, At the Somerset fair last week, HoSTANFORD, KY. mer Wray made 18 shows, winning five Tlesldence I'hone 36; Office, 05. Wenroln nosltlon todnnll kinds of con blues, nine reds and one third tie. J. creting, such as lllock Work, Pavements Insure with me and be fully R. Beazley won on best mare and colt and. In fnct. we can make any thing from e protected. bouse down ton fence pott. Wo can lene and J. C. Bailey won two blues on his you promptly and guarantee s work nnd material, (lull and get our prices fine mare. before ou buy j our material at least. Vjwrsj asriiiK sm w r A. T. Fitzwaters has a tree in his back yard in Cynthiana that has a va- I SS1V WHC iV V " The other day riety of productiveness. W SStanford, Ky. Mr. Fitzwatdrs climed the tree to gathFtalicrs, Tallow, Btesuax, Ginseng, er some grapes, and while up there he ti013eaSMI,(YcllowKoot),ctc We discovered a nice growth of butterbeans n flA ni nri .rf.iimi.i-c-than aoents nr rnmtniuinn mrrl,nt. I and a fine lot of peaches. Reference, any Bsnk in Louisville. A firm of Illinois farmers sold 42 Write lor weekly price lut and ship, containing Si acres, good 0 room One steers averaging 1,425 pounds at $6.80 dnelllng.good stock barn and outbuildings, piagtagj. We furauhuool bigs tree. well and eery at home, bringing in $90.90. They es- all under good fenceoung orchard,Held ears m. SABEL &. SONS, .1 wiiteredl'lucre In timate that the pigs following these old; Uacrrsln grass; all In good state of l,:J0 pounds tobacco and 229 E. Market St. LOUISVILLE, KY. cattle made 75 pounds of pork per cult l at Ion; raisedper acre on ll las. sear. IS bushels wneai ). Hecond tract of 4)'. acres with steer, at 6J cents, $5.06. Total returns Price, tenant house. Li foot tobacco barn. per steer, $101.93. Colman',s Rural 2rnini well wntervd. 30 acres under new fence, balance In fine timber, IS ncres well cleared, World. nne corn und tobacco land. Price. K. 8 tulles Houth of Htanford on Homer-se- t J. F. Cook, of Lexington, but for'o. 1 Is on pike; Ho. x Is 1 pike. merly of this county, has a great stal- mile from Trnct on county road. Address or pike It. O. IlKItllY. MAHONY lion in High Order, by Highland Den- k;u me ut Htanford, Ky. 1 To- mark, dam by Allie Wilkes, 2nd dam by Black Squirrel, 3rd dam by MontLincoln Circuit Court. rose. He won in the sweepstake sadMaggie II. Wheat Plff,s Iena II. IJur dle ring at the Shelbyvilte fair, defeat- gess etc.. Defendants, ot sule. In obedience to a Judgment rendered In ing Red McDonald, who got second term, theahote tt)Ied action at the Maywill oil money, Undulata Dare, who got third, list), the undersigned Commissioner M0NUAY.HE1T.13TII.1WJ9, and four other good ones. Mr. Cook county court day, between the hours of land house door In of the his turned down an offer of $3,500 for z h. M., In front oiler forcourt nt public outsale Htanford, Ky.. the fine animal. He will show him at cry to the highest and best bidder, on a me irnct ui the State Fair at Louisville next week. crettltoisix moniiis, owned by iniiu in lir.wint Lincoln county, Ky.. Ilobbs ut the time of his death. Iiounded on the North b the lands of W. P. (Jrlmes; on Night On Bald Mountain. tho Houth by the Htanford und 'Preachers-lll- u turnpike: on tho lands of On a lonoly night Alex. Benton of Mrs. Mary K. warren, West by tho ra!i acres. containing Is for reinvestment. Fort Kd wards, N. Y., climbed Bald The object of the ale approtcu security, TEiiMH iionu wiiu Mountain to the homo of a neighbor, payable to the Commissioner, will bu the purchaser, beurlngS per cent. tortured by Asthma, bent on curing Inter, st from date of sale until pald.haMiig Idis-cou- nt. him with Dr. King's New Discovery, the force and I'lTtct of u Judgment, and , secured by lieu on the land. that had cured himself of asthma. J. II. PAXTON,- Master Coiu'r. Alt-)PUT. for P.M. MoUOllKllIH, This wpndorful medicine soonreliovcd FARM FOR SALE I Dopot Street, Phone 06. at from $125 00 to $175.00. Jo-la- ' STANFORD, KENTUCKY. fc J. J. BELDEN, f Ordering Clothes When Farm forRentfor 1910. Insurance Company Believing that 'they WANT such a company; believing that'they will SUPPORT such a company by subscribing for its stock we will publish in this paper every week the amount of subscriptions to date. The work of getting subscriptions was begun Monday, July 26 ; and below are the amounts of subscriptions for each week; v f 1 First Week, August 2nd, $106,960.00. Total Second Week, August 9th, 1 two-stor- y Jesse larns. Insurance. ID. Wearen, $200,240.00. Total Third Week, August 16th, Total Fourth Week, August 23rd, 4 CONCRETING first-clas- $345,000.00. '! 2- .wiiiil HIDESFURS PHILLIPS BROS.. Sale ninr. Two Small Farms for S469.460.00. Total Fifth Week, August 30, $601,700.00, Total Sixth Week, Sept. 6, 1 $738,220. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED. FILL OUT AND MAIL THIS COUPON W. II. GltKGOKY, Louis vi u.i:, Ky.: Plcn-- o send mo full information ANCE COMPANY. Commissioner's Sale HTANTOKtt I.VTKItlOH JOL'ItNAL its to tho CITIZENS NATIONAL LIFE INSUK Nnino Aildrcfea SURVEYING CIVIL NEEBING. AND ENGI- - HBMaaisHi Hon ii klt.ilKiif stiriftilntf t ..... nmlcltlleiiKlnverlnK promptly. My work slllbe'liunriintvvdniiil my prices urn rvn sunablv. Wrltn men. jicKinnvr un-ui- i through thu Hustontlllu oer tlie .AVUUUiV. ..! t.jl1l tiTlouisville WAUrKKMCKINWKY. J.L.Beazley&Co., BsBHHHlH Undei tatters and" Embalm, n. Also Dealers iu Mattings.Rugs. They will exchange Furniture for all Kind, of Block. Give TbemaCall. Prices Right. Fiuj-situr- e, and quickly cured his neighbor. Later it cured his son's wife of a sovere lung trouble Millions bollevolts the greatest Throat and Lung euro on earth. Coughs, Colds, Croup, Hemorrhages and Soro Lungs aro surely cured by It Best for Hay Fever, Grip and Whooping Cough. 50C and 81 Trial bottle freo. Guaranteed by Penny's Drug Store. gist say Mrs. Wiggins You heard the drugIf you tried his pain killer you would use no other. Mr. Wiggins Yes; 1 heard him, and I Baw him wink at the undertaker when he said it. Farm for Sale Oil Danville & Tht McKlnnty Waolti. Mills, MoKlnmy, Ky. lllonkMts. Klann.li, work wool ormclmnife i;ooil for It. lllKh wool. lit mnrkvt price fur O. II.WIliaitT, l'ror. iSunday, Sept. 19, LOUISVILLE &. STANFORD. - KENTUCKY. J. C. McClary, &. ft . Go With A Rush. The demand for tLat wonderful Stomach, Liver and Kidney cure, Dr. King's New Llfo Pills Is astounding Penny's Drug Store people say they never saw the like. Its because they never fall to euro sour Stomach, Constipation, Indigestion, Bilious ness, Jaundice, Sick Headache, Chills and Malaria. Only 25c. "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 my fiance last June." Tills farm and ctsteru mid abundance of stock water springs. Most furnished from net of farm In gruss. I desire to sell this farm In the next O) days, togetherwlth the stock und crop, the stock consisting of zl high nrtu jennets, n jiicks. uu ages, iu uroou mnrei. 4 reulstered: registered stallion: Si acres of corn; 15 or SU stucks of buy J farm ing Implements of uterydescrlptlon. I will sell the tt hole out lit or uny purl of the stock una If I sell the farm without the stock, 1 must sell not litter than Ml duts so lis to git e mo tlmo to make n sale of my stock. Also hutexD-odmules from work mults down to tolts. You Mill hatoto see this farm to nppre elate the location and the many lultautuges of this farm. Any person from it distance desiring to seo this farm uin come to More land, Lincoln count) Ky., on tho IJuwu A Crescent route, this farm being only about ', mile from station.KINO, Moreland, Ky. 11,11. 1 d Kustontllleplkeof 210 acres Is now In operntlon nml Is rciuly to sere Llnsfys, in Lincoln county, Ky.,;, iiuiu irom jiore-lau- tho nubllo In niakliii- Is well (miiroved. good well Yttrns, Ktc. Will yJUifr NASHVILLE R. It. SPECIAL- TRAIN. - j Commissioner's Sale I Lincoln Circuit Court. Circuit Court term, WW, In tho iictlou of V. M. Slef lullvy anU othvrs ngulnsl J. A, llunnwuy nnd oth ers.tliu underilciKa CocmiiUslouer will nt nbout 1 I'. M.Oll MONDAY, HK1T.13TH.1KW. rounty court dny In front of the lourt house iloor lit HtunfurU. Ky.,ollor for snle ht pub lie outcry to the highest unil U si blilder, on ncrraitot six nnU it nioiithi.tliu triitt of land, iieur lllKhlund, In Lincoln county, Ky., ownmi by Jesse Met III lley at the time of hit drnth und thus descrilKd: IleglunlnitutB dogwood lllluksN 04 W Wiu. Hutcblsoirs coruerj from i. spring, 41 thence NKW poles to u store, Itobert Hutchison's corner In Win.le Hutchison's to it store line; theme N V, W llobert Hutchison", corner; thence N S7H W W poles to it store In Hlmii Martin's line; , thence wltli same H uu w 10 ioies to K HI Martin's corner; thence M :V( iioles to n whltdouk, Hughes nnd Jou Iliis-tl- n corner; thence llastlu's line, H b4 K 1W iwles to a stake ou the side of n hill where n iMiplaraud two chestnuts were called for, V. T. Kox comer; thence N 16 W 74 poles to two buckeyes nnd white wuluut, iieur it tiolts to a sugar brunch; thencu H Tl W tree In a drain, Win. Hutchison's comer; theuoe with Ida line N7&) W nS ;oles to u dead, white oak, with ash, hickory unit sugar tree winters, hli corner; thence his line H US WW poles, 11 links to u hickory, his corner; thence tils line H UH WK poles to a white oak, his corner; thence his Hue 7 links tree, atHIK WSM poles. his Hue to a cherry poles N (IK W 7X his corner! thence to the beglunlng containing (W acres, I rood and H poles of land, lloilds w Hit good security for the purchase will be required of the purchaser, U ur rirloe per cent. Interest from date of sule until paid, payable to the Uouiuilssloocr, bav lug the force and effect of a Judgment and secured by Ilea on the land. J. H. l'AXTflri, U. O. L. U, 0. I. M. MeHoberts, Atty. for I'lBi. 1 1 Leaves Stunford nt 7:10 a. m; arrives Louisville. Leaves Liiuisvillo fl i m. re turn tug. 10:45. tho Lincoln Anllri'cttd byn Juaunmntoftho robrunry rendBrt-- J nt BASK BALL GAME LOUISVILLE vs. MINNEAPOLIS TWO GAMES. Beautiful Parks and River Rides. .1. PUBLljCSALE Hating sold my farm, I will sell to the mgiiesi unu uesi uiuuer, at my larm, one half mile North of McOreury, on the Lancaster and lluckeye turnpike oil WKDNKHIJAY.HKIT.K. 1UUB nt 10 o'clock a, st, the following personal property! One 6 year old family tiorse; 1 lltu year old saddle mare; I good family mare. V years old. that has Droten to Ihi u good mule inarus 1 nice two yearold harness mare; 1 two year old horse; x vurllug horses; I suckling colp.tlwork mules from two to iiireeeursoiu;xgoouyeariiiigjacs; I good six ymr old lennet with luck tolt bv her side; 1 six yiurold Jennet In foal; three yearold Jenuet In foal :x two year old Jennets; a Jersey cow und caltesi 1 milk cows; ldry cow; good short yearling steers; 1 Jersey bull; 1(0 barrels of new torn; alio household and kitchen furniture and farm lni- - lmrjlements. TKHMHI All sums of 11) dollars or under, cash ; all sums over 10 dollars, the purchaser to give note with good security, said note tobedu January 1st, 1010, und to bear In terest at the rate of six per cent, per aimum irom maturity tin paiu, aau to us negotiable ud payable at the Garrard Hank ft Trust Co , of Lanoaster, Ky, J. W, HILL. -1 U S. HICE, Agent L. & N. H. H. RURAL TELEPHONES. MH. FAHMEH: Mako your Lome us nioi.ern for your family as a city residence, ami iilaco yourself in u position to get tho lutcut market quotation at any tiuio. This can bo accomplished by means of our telephone service which you and your neighbors can get for a sum that is small compared with' the benefits received. Call or address our nearest office or writo direct to headquarters, Nashville, Teuu., for Information regarding our special "Farmers' Liuo" rate. If you are uot at present enjoying telephouo service, we cuu immediately interest you. Our lines cover tho States of Kentucky, Teuuessee, Mississippi, Louisiana aud ttie Southern tiortion of Indiana and KAOTTKNNESRKE 'pri tm. nn, IlliuoU. (INCOIirOIUTCtlT-- stage." "Wives are always so trustful on the Undertaker. Embalmer and alar In Harness, Saddlery, STANFORD, EeSM.rB0n, in. I "Which shows that realism on the stage is an utter myth." I do not want five feet of books; I merely want a pipe To puff upon while mother cooks of pipe. Eleven KY- - Horns fbontTf. fet ,u,Kitltot.r,i. ,1im mMtmJU)biid4i ' ms..m wC. 3tJLm&-J n - w INTERIOR JOURNAL. ailll I IIW1MHIIIMBSBW aajEgBMTTt ! Tuesdnj Sept. 7, 1909. , 5 T7S Colonel Cassius M. Clay Answers Miss Alice Lloyd's Reply PAIUS, Ky., Atig. SD of liberty and Us tiv nthnr Mf nntchtiars ils ro deceptive ns tobacco prices will havo competition In buying tobacpaid promptly nnd guards, n well rogulnud constitutional, hnvo genorolly dona Hi well as myself Icm Jrou know all tho conditions and to ,bo independents. Now. Instead of co. Thcro Is no naturnl monopoly In 111 ... na. lvilfnVPrtlini.nl ....I . -- . .... .......... ... Ufhlnt. .lin rli.H.a nt nil '....I . ... u. .II.MIUI M1II1U - ciiuu uuaiI uuiiur. VJ1III .nn. .....v.. uu manufacturing tobacco. With the great tho mnjorlty as well as thu minority, nnt In tho inr end of tho county has amount ot capital in this country seek """I bo that minority oiio or more, nru raised twelvo crops, nnd nlno centl and 00 percent of tho prlco paid Jl Ing Investment at low rates of Interest, e". n,l"off ?,' ? amply protected iwas llin least tirlro ami twelvo cents nnd putting tho other hogsheads at ,hoy noulrt. thcro rompetltlon In manufacturing tobacco 'Again. If they succeed In .ormlnc thu Mchmtt lm mrrHn,l the iavernco nrice Hip wholn will avernco Ilnnn will continually nrlse. Though they "0BhR"C?11.1! this pool with nil Its possible nxorclst. niont rcllnhlo Information wo can get per pound Now let "W'0.0. may buy It out for n while, still new of liiiiuenco nnd power, nnd they get from original sources nnd In our ii see what It w II bo when the prop- - ,ho n"d?f?n,Jen.!I"' W,ho fBJ'SfJ0 competition will spring up, like tho .0n ,th, lu thu sanio or worsu condition than anxiety to bo nccurnlo nnd do Justlco er reductions aro mado. I havo hero- - ' water tome great neB(U 0",, ho'M havo been left on spring, Inwhose flowing and everlasting In 1908, they .vlll again try to cut out wo applied to tlio Continental for Its Is rather Intho crop and tho consequences will 'figures for Ilourhon county I cstl-b- wsofildmy tobacco nU.o' nrsttall than diminished by draw. creased I.w?,n,t ,nn,wor violence, lawlessness and bloodshed mato that for tho last llvo or six years lot January In heavy winter order In my iU ""'l Ing tho water from It. As a mat-tce- r has -- In lino nnnrchy throughout tho tho nverago prlco for our county has barn, with tho of hatil-'n- t havo had moro or " occo In tho 1307 less of fact, we for the last six Ing It In looso ordc?to bo delivered at S'ato. 'been about nlno cents per pound, and competition " ," .tln nn, un,Pa'J for- - W or eight years slnco tho Continental "Now let mu glvo for what It Is tho most, far moro than half, of this tomo near point, nnd I thall comparo 10, '"1 the worth n word of warning to tho was sold In the barn and hauled 'prices upon th0" basis of selling buying In tho country, suf"wirereu iu, commencedleast to glvo us very prohtablo mora the land owners, who may'bolin looso order, without other cxponeo, Ibaccn as usual to hn rl.dlvcred t ho ' "? received ficient nt and Immediately said to havo land monopoly labor !to somo point, linn, nf .inmmrv. ... f xvn. ... .,. A . v , nnx - ,louacco. -- . nearby receiving prices for our telacco during that unions hnve only labor to sell, and Finally I can truly say that no busl-n- Ions to bo fair and right about this payment. period. Tor about half of that time man Is forced to buy It. This Pooled tobacco km sold last wo havo pold to tho Independents. ness In this section has ever before matter I showed my figures to tho I. n...DMnnl nt L1IU tln.ll.nn lnllltV Cl. October or ,,- November and yet not Should tobacco get too low growers Men Forced to Duy. been ns profltnble to tho farmer and llivamvil, U. ...Jill HUH '.' o clety. nnd ho could mako no valid paid for. If 1 should Individually havo on laud "So In regnru iu oilier tuings but'tennnt us tobacco rnlslng for tho where suitable for years. As objection to them. I do not wish tojaold my tobacco Inst tall and yet have the costnot production tobacco, produce of tno lund, men nru rlod of tho last six or eight Is relatively, of courso, there aro somo sneak ror thn hour, but for tomorrow'not received navment for It I think my high and this would Includo probforced to buy to ineut tho necessities a matter of of baru existence. Thcro Is already Improvident men who savo nothing. jand tie hprnaftcr, and do not wish friends rhould apply to tho court to ably a good deal of tho new territory-w- ill much tl.cy may make, but I ,to tnko any ndvnntngo of tho society. I have mo declared Incapablo of attend-ownea dangerous prejudice against tho quit raising and thus reduce tho ting to my business and to have n supply nnd Increaso the price. If toa third of this tobacco: vino ownershln of lnnu nH shown b, assert that on land In any wny suitable etc., had iho works oi Henry Goorgo and for tobacco tho tenant has dono Inr Thirty-thrework In mining, Question of Price Railed. Hogsheads and Twenty jtrustco appointed to tako charge of It. bacco woro to sell too high, so that Notice one more thing about tho cal- - tho consumption nt tho prlco would not better than ho could have dono at any "Miss l.ioyd, In order to break tho several of our tobacco men to loavu others. four Acres In Pool of 1907 Crop. Nnthlnir furunnl iMh rnm. other liuslncFR. and Ilnnlty that to-- Sold 27 hogsheads my third ro .dilation; That ray tenants wno did tako up tho supply raised, then tho forco of souiu authentic ngures a tho State, nnd such uxodus was genI eral. after $1,395.13 not go Into the 1907 pool got moro lor accumulating surplus would bo eclved thing they i)o not deal In which munistlc movement so mucn as tor'hacco land has paid tho landlord CO a to Not told, C hogsheads, my up all expenses from gavu lu icfercnco to my own crop, "I . do not pronoso to repeat the tho farmers to get In tho habit of their tobacco than those that did. Now, wolght to break down the market tho Contin- argunierts I muiio In tho speech to tug organizations to try to pm. up tho$85 per ncre, and In like proportion averago price . 318.02 'wo havo shown that financially the finally. A fair prlco for a commodity makes tho assertion that third put at .pool was no such success as claimed Is tbo average price at ental paid mo much moto tnuu otacrs- which Mls l.lojd now for tho second prico of the products of tho larms, thu. to tho tenant. which conIn n speech made hero on this rov tho Inrmers tor thu same quality oi iouhccu in or- tlmo replies, but wills Hero to call necessities of Hie. for It, let us see what nro tho other sumption or the demand will take up bo Totnl received and estimat$1,713.10 results of the society's policy. In tho tho supply, too high or too low tho ed dcr to buy my tiiuuenco. 1 oo not KU attention to tho despotic nuu vindictive should go Into theso pools with tho'trum eighteen months ago opposing greatest caution and only when Justl- - tho cutting out of tho 1908 crop I into details of tins euargw, out givo BJ)rt which tho Equity trust,, by List of Expenses. first placo wo have lost all the profit equalization process Is bound to go on. of the 1908 cron. nnd tho labor that "Tho mills of the gods grind slowly, 'stated that tho facts when truly un- - Insurance! threo times on one-substance, 'this ciargo la wiih-- i representation nnd multiplicity of re nod by an evident necessity. proof or truth. ply, tries to break down any ono that out tho leust scintilla of third, $1.50 for 4 months ..$ 45.00 would Lnvo produced It to a great ex but exceedingly flno." All gloat political economists unltojderstood did not Justify tha pooling of 1 tent thrown out of employment, nnd havu heard tno s.imo charge mndo (lures to oppose them. in uinrmiiig mat, with incieaslng po'tho crop, nnd tho only Justification of Prizing October 1C 1908, 12,200 "These forces embodying the law of C1.00 In many Instances forced to leavo tho thu manhood , tho pooling of tho crop was such a against otiiers who hd "With their host of paid speakors, uiatlon that lbs, at COo per cwt Is a constant ten-supply and demand work without cost theso matters. their press bureau, tlulr organized uuncy for thethere as Storage, at prlco fixed by our or friction or violence or disorder. On to tell the truth about state. Secondly, wo havo driven produco of tho land to condition of tho tobacco business largest and best buyers out of the tho other hand tho artificial arrangeIt Is tho regulation reply to any man forco In each county, and Inst though relatively Increase tho prlco uuu'er tho'mitdo pooling necessary In order to Equity, 25c per month on 11 ware- ment of the Equity works by the arbihogsheads for 13 months ... who might uaro to deny tno outrage- not least, their Immense reserve fund, ordinary working of the laws of state. They had established a living price; that ns tho Uurlcy t houses at our county scats, bo wo could trary dictation ot an cxecutlvo ous distortion of tacts as given by Hie composed as yet of 10 twr cent of piy onu deinanu. if we uro wise wu!clcty wns organized, Its .members Interest on tho nbovo 3 Items KUlty orotois. Now, wliut ro thu facts gross Eaten and $3 per hogshead com- will bo content with lotting ulone 'well scattered through many counties, and sell them our tobacco nt homo withuntil repaid by salo of tho or president, taking a man's underestimated out tho uncertainty and expense of business out of his hands, with all In relation to my own tobaccoT In tho mission, amounting to far over $1,000,-00tobacco enough and Improving conditions,' nleven states, with every possible- 3.00 shipping to and f markets. They have sorts of costs for prizing. Insurance, they hopo to Intimidate nil Inlast eight or nlno yeurs we buvo sold ulono consistent with all other; similarity of condition, financialImpos-no- t sold out their property and left the Btorage, interest, shrinkage, fees and about ns oticii to tho Independents as dividuals opposed to them by tho fury things that ate good and proper uudlotherwUe, that It was utterly for them to act without friction. to tho Continental, tho hignest price and multiplicity of attack at least. If IV Total amount of cxponso ..$ 144.75 state, so far as I know. I was talk- Falaiicn with all Us bulldozing of Indirouio tho sleeping lion. -by uu Indepcnueht. ing the other day wllh one of our viduals and the attendant violence and paying theso ex- being given " .,a?T Leaves after not by logic and reason. ?. ""W0 It may bo thai, a wise providence. S1.S68.40 best farmers, and asked him if he had lawlessness. nenses "lu U0l, two ear beforo any pool Le Bus Pledge Analyzed. Then, again, as a further Hi; "ur hf oW Sn auTtSat cntttaB out sold his grass seed by tho territory Interest nt C per cent on capi was formed, when wo sod a lurgu against all means ot protection "J ft us now examine tho Lo Bus oiuer ciassoa oi bocitiy. piaceu gruir, ,hM.Pn.,i ,ho neaco and tal held In tcbacco from He replied that as ho had a trusts, the Continental, '?' 12VS tents, tho uext to tuo pledge. mount nt as well as . January 15, 1908 to May 15, Tho tobacco Is given over piactlcal oustacios In tno way of com- i, son old enough to learn business that tho Equity, the worst probably, howprlco wo over received, wo absolutely by thu owner to tho trust, filiations to control tho price of the Sf"!,,, if- -, '..v largest iinf at most of 1909. I.... i "CIS he could not afford to do co for fear ever well lntentloned hy Its founders, first offered thu sumo prlco by with no limit ns to price, time of produco of tho land which includes all I?;.ia" wimo tho bis but sold selling, '' RX heroin the Ccmontthat fl.6C8.40 $110.18 the value 1,432.22 that was son might do the sanio way. we havo ever had, send scnslbl". Mr. I.eor, nu nidcpenduut, of how much percentage of of tho absolute necessities of Hie." o He wise. Exerclso develops fac- practical men, not demagogues, to tb.9 to make January 15, 1908 nnally to tho L'ontlueutni on account of crop may be necessary to form pool S.-ar-- " writing tho above "K Uio crop sue-o- r equals 8 ulty. Tho only way to keep up tho legislature and congress who will pass of 24 acres a small dlBereuco lu distance to bo "! C,C In reply to Miss Lloyd. 1 have ilnlnc 00 per cent in regard to any other Important, tide character cf our people In Judgment, reasonable laws to regulate trusts. " acre3 hauled to tho iccolving point. When- mattor. They can chargo what tucy learneu tnai aiouuay s ariicio crili- -- ,'"-. , , i. nersimded 181.60 and manhood Is to give This Is a very complicated matter, ana .. . Ono aero ever wo told to tbo ContiucuUl we pleaso for every phase- of Its handling, cizlng my speech of August 22. nt ,? . JJit ituttintodi,i that It OUIU UU UU' Whatever may bo received from 10 them the opportunity to exerclso theso eveu tho best meen at first and aftercould heve sold at very nearly thu Tho Cantrlll compromise makes It no 1'arls. along with somo otner matter. "." qualities. l'.a acrc0 t upon such l!y turning over oar busi rescrvo fund to bo aaueu. let them same ?rlce to tho Independents. better, but worse for It uselessly nddslhus also been printed in Tho Herald. J ",,py on account of dlssl mlln f If V fit per cent mv tobacco brouKbt In pre ness to a commltto of managers, or ward will mako mistakes, butgradually, What mistakes Charge u Denied. a tax of II per hogshead and 110.000 and 1 bellovo 25u,000 copies lu tho form necessl- - vious years early In January In the I maybo to one boss, as this new pledge proflt by their oxporlence, and r0n,llt!ons and as taught by eroluto lawa "All talk about Continental buyers In addition upon the grower, already to, of supplements, uo .doubt at great ex- - ., j bclK ab0 fo hoi,j their average: indicates, wo tend to mane Dames, anu Uiat will approximately accomplish being Instructed to give me nioro uiau bo borne down by expenses njd badpeiibe. havo been Issued to bo weaklings of our people. There Is no tho purpose. Then let tie people somo having to mortgage and Per lb. our tobacco was worth Is without foun- management; and right hero 1M me trlbuted In all parts of Kentucky atid and more certain and surer entering wedge elect honest and fearless cxecutlvo before being raised, $180.77 per acre dation in laci, and 1 defy any man to say that neither Mr. x.o Uus nor any other states whero thoy raise Uiirley,olhcr t0Q numt.roUB to 10.401902, conditions 209.97 to socialism or communism. Another officers .to enforco tie law. But, to bo 10 nlus 1903 per acre givu any valid proof of such statement ono clso has over answertd my que3-- ; tobacco. evil result of this Equity movement honest, wo mast trust mainly to tie enumerate Such agreement being lm- - 11 and 1241904 per acre. 3 tbo credulity o: Miss Lloyd In accept- tlon ns to whether Mr. l.o Hus had "I supposo all this Is to bo paid for nog.iM,, jt then becomes necessary. In baa becn a substantial denial of free law of supply and demand. crops averago jis.ou anu -ing 10 willingly tho Jake stories of on August 2 between h and one- - out of money derived from 1907 pooled J,,.. to' succeel; jor various kinds of Any policy must bo funda228.72 speech. crops $250.00 The speakers on tho other side mullclous or u.u persout might ralso sixth of his pooled 1907 crop unsold crop, if so. then an illegal burden to intimidation to be resorted to, mild mentally unsound that demands as one In regard to tie now pledge give about 9 1905 per acre, J . tho suggestion of nioulal aberration ac- and unpaid for; and, by )ho way. who bo borne by tho tobacco growers in but GH to peaceful by tho tbo suppression of ot It reasons In companied as a. matter of course, by Is getting fhu Interest can Incluued. the j tho vast: hope 1907 pool, myselftho slightest 1 frac- - ,!, degenerates 'nt0 violence and crops $1C5.2S and l crop Ul.05 of Us necessities colleges, schools and tho same Czar of Russia defense glvo In . freqspeecb. Our ... would $95:46 that the iiuvuey, ncuteness and literary expert-uessto reach only reserve fund., iawiesgnc8S by tl.V moro Ignorant and means or cultivating tno Justifying his refusal to give furtier ouravarfous 3 cijus per but I tbluk tbo more probable "The owner Is required ti contribute, Hon of tbo people who may bo do- - jcw reatrained numbers of tho pool. 10i9oa and s acre, mln" aro all Intended to teach us to liberty to his parliament ana nis crops $174.77 and Juster view Is to attribute It to a It per cctH. gross. not"net, receipts, eelved by tho gross pursonal rulsrep- - Pstatcd then, )Igbteen months ago, 175.33 think for ourselves. In tho conflict of Tho details of tils pledge will, no teckless fanaticism, strengthened If of salo of his tobacco to tho stock resentatlon of myself and views. But ,nat any p0n-- y tjiat tended directly or reasonablo debate and discussion error jdoubt, bo tioroagily discussed by Mr. 1907 per acre, 3 crops not engendered by tho loug Impunity of a mammoth corporation which Is to in order that tho regular subscribers at indirectly, inteiflonally or unlnten-yearl228.47 is gradually eliminated, and truth uantnu. during tho rclgil of terror with which grow by a similar contribution., of Tho Heruld, may understand tionally, to violence and lawlessness, and strengthened. Any cause for 1902, 1903 and Now in conclusion I want to say I she lu her numerous uud voluminous "I do not want to be n pessimist, but tho full facts In tho case. I have also was t0 i0 condl mned by all Just-- I Average 206.39 that will not submit to this test there- come hero with a good many handi1904 of men nnd things cputlts has spoken firmly bellovo that If this schemojhad republished my speech of August minded and patriitlc persons. All our unUs weakness and What did the DOolcd crop. which by confesses caps In tho way of physical condition without denial or refutation, or It succeeds that thls corporation with all, 2. at l'arlB to which now Miss Lloyd rgi,ts of life, llllrty and property are Isold bring January 15, 1908, soundness. Again, the policy of the and voice, solely. It I know myself. In at might potslbly bo to Uko a mofo Its ramifications of power and lnflit-jhatwlco replied. 'based upon nnd Inado good by the en- - jthe tlmo$16.53, Burley trust or society has very much a spirit of patriotism. Wo are all fralL I generally sell: worldly vluw, tnat It was dono by order ence, with Its executive committee., "C. M. CLAY." Iforcement of tbJ law, and I could not In October nn acre weighed l,522Vi lbs Increased the production of tobacco I can afford to speak the truti. for t of hor employers who In their jiecullar finally Its Ikiss. nnd with Its nmplo, sco how any matt who U Interested lu ,An acre weighed January 15 1908 Tu0 gpeccn follows. , outside of our Hurley district. Reports want nothing. Mr. Watterson has well work desired to hide behind a lady. means, making such alliances wlthi m,,, goiid and true Interests of tho 1QS' from Missouri. Illinois. Indiana. Ohio. (estimated) said that a man Is only a free man lu crjor to cover up tho miserable other tohncco societies as may lo, , g ,: wlln reiuctnnco on account country could countcnanco any policy ln,ln.. ...... 1 10.0S CtS. West Virginia, Tennessee, and also the when Tnnunrir 1 ,..--WK . of tho necessary, will absolutely control Ken- management and favoritism be wants nothing. My Mind has Kentucuy. an outlvlnt; counties of leads even indirectly, but In this 1.VW ptv8ical condition, but am same time tucky, not only Its tobacco business, of n been oppressed with a pall of appre. Kqulty society and at the Remarks on Calculation Inevitably to violence and dlsor-bu- t Consclen-cas- e . forco of ...... ed ,0 Jo g0 ,n,. nnmnncn,! ItytUh. OI UIWU lUUCUCU ,n hension give a mwidIiu support to tho charge nlio Its iiolltlcs and Its policies ',0(U convction and tho gravity of the der. Violence and disorder, when once "" ...! ". ...XL ' T,n:,,rT.rnf'Tho tenants and workers that you you signand dread, I am afraid that It this pledge and from tils ,,.,. ., . i.n,.,. uf Continental favoritism, she claims 1 of believe It will control Kentucky' i,.,,i broods immn. lirped numerous ThiTn Jrovo out last year aro valuable assist-strlct- pool, that wlti the Immense growing quallt) 1 our tobacco In the 1U07 pool was moro thoroughly than tho I'onnByl-- , mt,u, nt ,east ng far as wlat0 urey progeny which not only affect tho No that The extrav crop, especially a large part ot It bebelow tho average of tho Hurley disthat that sold Central ralroad over did Penn- - )h noucefoed. has been based upon a bacco business, but every other figures In regard to prices of the yond the Influence of the Equity, that trict, when tho fact was exactly tho , or tho Now York Central.i wuoiesa0 misrepresentation and ex- - est of society, and no man may seo tho cents an acre In ,. . .u ........doubtix rrtho society at the cad ot 1909 wm nna snnm nartles. and balanco of fifteen ir!?". reverse. While fifteen hosshead. Yor.; state. nggeratlon of tn fncts in tno case, tne eim ui siicii icuuo i.mo.c... I n itself in exactly the same situation as good touacco uuovo iue inuib. visu-tcc..... n... said at No man will successfully run for the above i,in, n,ninivi In addition to eighteen months ago, hogsheads was u fair en, P of sound the golden eggsTas been Ed. In 1908. The Continental will be able hogsheads were of extra quality. tho lcglslhturo whore It hns power, or time, .,0tcan8 nnd not tobacco rnlsers. the sanio cutting out of the crop was to get sufficient tobacco from various We had two extra flno crops lu 1907 Congress or Governor, or United States nm, ,v, If tho hrin'tenL henrsay and Imaginary forced to buy. so as not to of about equal quality, ono In thu pool Senator or Judge without Its sane that were legitimate and comparison effected that thcro would bo three and law-.o- f sources impunity withbowhich you cut urCHami statements which, on account 'and onu outside. d toal value The January - 1908. and approval. h, h aB b ht 8name and out tho 1908 crop will, when you get widespread Intlmldatlor, havo pertant results: First, that It would of tho president for humlUatIon 0 Resold at Increased Price. "Our laws will bo dobauched by1 . patriotic Ken- corrected by encourage tho raising of tobacco In was shown tno Uurhjy In tho hole, encourage you to claim "The one that did not go Into tho vicious special legislation In their be- - (hog becn nnswored and In fact, near- - other sectlous of tho country beyond Bourbon county. woU as flnancjai disaster, again wll0 know hotter. . trv nealn. and if you do. though I fund Is )tuckj , a3 pool wo sold In winter order about half and tho Judges elected to legalize . a., ,f Intimidation of the that It no part vt h tuolr romnent speakers of tho the Influence and then 1 went on to Ipald that this tobacco that sold for Yourselves to a Jam a man of peace and law and will Keb. 1, 100S, to uu Independent at H!i such laws. , ,.v veara wi,0 seemed to bo so Equity society, and .' nness wo' aroiu try to prevent any fraction ot eiuier. S' cents per pound. He, alter mixing It ,,, Ul0 jove of ,n0 dcar enumerate various parts of tho county 16.59 cents in the pcHji o my nets luuj , walxaton of tB0 situation and "It may bo that tho theories and ''" g on theism of January. 1903 and, tGrmIn tQ tak0 lho nece3sary meas- - I am sure from my knowledge of with a much Inferior crop, shipped to vagarlos of Miss Lloyd may bo legally,. ' h whero It could nnd would, In many aml tobacco raiser, were, In! nature that the people will not Cincinnati and told nt an average of put Into effect. In somo of her numer- - . , quality. In all proba-ou- s also th is reaucuon of nominal a8 ,ho reKUlt I)r0Ved. simply run- - cases of extra annd that wo could do lvalue that only refers to my crop, but uro. to extirpate It. Tho only reason again submit to having their legal and over 17 cents per pound. not effusions sho has announced tho , ' , h BQUrb0n county and a few other Congress Kehoe, Cantrlll hlllty, bo raised, -attending to Kentucky In tho opinion of tho purchaser our main nlniik of tho cosncl of commun- - ....... ... ..m... i c0W1tes have escaped i,.t, niKn our tobacco interests here Inraising up !to every crop inorthe pool, whether In law,essncga baa been tho most ot this constitutional rightsIn oftheir own way elsewhere, and that crop realized for him at least over l'J ism that tho majority should legally '"' , " " ' ""; "' Wfi'0'Q saIa'r.. And' incalculable damage by tho Bluo Grass tho forbearance their own business dreadful result of cents average, wLtch if jou allow lor rnlo In commorcla; nnd business caSinalcti thn sneakers are. or formldnblo and dangerous competition every crop should be legit mately f ,he independent tobacco growers, denied them. Tho can predict. That shrinkage. Insurance, commissions and fairs, ns she claims they havo (charged with tho same percentage ofjand tncr refugal t0 exercse the,r Xo. .this conflict no man Is not chimerical Is brought , It makes no difference I Interest would huvo triA finnl between moral right to do. Now what was tho rosuitj All tnai lexpenses. hts , th control ot their prop- -' this apprehension tho fact that the new ,uwr nf'tho snrletv. All tht n .nntd ! rb wIM(0 has coino to whether tho owner himself furnishes , ouu .IT Bpoko hug,nes8 The Equity men strengthened by , C".i.. i,;::i ... ,' Vaaue Hint at ,Theory. orpledge provides ot theso Items . - ..v ....v ;nm ... There is no commodity about whlch'IPs. and this year s crop will.be.hard !all or a partgets somebody clsootto ex-- 'e thcIr frlends and neighbors, and ganization In the for a ofpermanent comtuner iu .!.& Itnal. .if ......... i,,i. representation is easier than to-. .... nn unl.l a stock .." ,.n.vw ' pense. u!for0nco they were willing to help them pany, with highly way officials as a (,"i. old so, and orI ho any ono to show that article, and In her" Ver- - bacco; tho prices of different grades to Brll till hlvuiiih ui ncr Present r,lZ"( runts In the nool . paid defy ...... .,. , 1, . "tobacco outside of our c.lllno .nnnnl. nf AllCIIS "t InnrlAn -- t 0'f U)0 ho,e )nt0 wn,h tnelr polIcy i fc.uw at Burley " "c , .n,lnn v.,l.-- . creaso of mi h ' cnihn nubile can sco now they aro uot equitable and necessary ,md laced tnem The Equ,ty ,,a 'matter of course, whose il. nfi iiiitrtiu I. tbo astertjon that our H'0" with my name, sho says approv- - different times. any correct will urge continuous activity, and who I stated that tho policy of jcharges to bo made in prosttuted or attempted to betw ecn heavy winter order JSoV tobacco was very common to- - ingly that tho constitutional convon- - -- r6atljr 1 havo also n calculation tUutQ tho ieBsiaton of the state by will very much Increase tho probabiliJ tlon. myself Included, declared (I quote nd summer order; so at any time the Burley society would drive out of resorting to any ot the society's bacco, state many of our tenants and tho mado In n bill made out by the Equity Bpeclal acts to carry out their purposes ty Herald) of thcro were no desTho only way to break tho .forco.. of from- The r!rM that In.lt nil the uy comparing the salo tho low grades, - tho employed by them, a great and on a 1906 crop In tho pool. This crop! of domlnatlon and despotism. By one means to avoid failure In their more lint tomen sanio Wth high grades, or .. . . niir ncuren wns iu iiiune utvew waot.voo of 3.120 pounds vvas appraised at, b, lncjr mad a brcach of contract a potic plans. This apprehension octu-atea man count uemnnn wero inoso hacco at different times or tno year, a unueserveu nanism" uwi iuci. m than any question of price has thO LqUlty, r coxM wln or hld.Wso may honestly bo greatly de- - permitting them to ralso tobacco, a 'when delivered to $510.67. ThollMUnnniniiiinr In nrHor In rontrnl wllh '""K1" mo to come h,ere today. ex - tft roQ ot )ronj ,ber own refractory sho has never read tho cm..ceved. and how much moro. so when business In which they wero very pro- - cents per pound,byor ?ut at subsUntralhTho same prices. Evidently . . Law tbo Equity , a kiii nn. .1 nni i... ...i ... - two or C T npiiKcs rharced i..l.nni asnn.1 riilil 111 any Other three led to enough to leavo tho net amount- - 'tno worn n i,n mppi presented tor iand thonnd order, peace and good will , itUOrO lliay UO uu lUltjuviuu iu ui;i;cmijiivi...., protection of our rights of life or con BWIUUWM. amount the Equity unconsciously bust measures ever 1 mlicll H nf thn 111 nf rlchtn rin- - ... iln rnlnn ,t tnrrni- - iirnvnnlH nnv above pries, hdouslv consuiriui: with tho Continent Kentucky legislature they provided liberty and property are 'ness, a binall quantity of land rola- - ;to tho owner $383.38. This tobacco clares that nil men nro by nature free! rciy al to put up tho prlco of thu low grades, largo number was delivered to tbo Equity fcebruary tnat no porson or coriwratlon could As" far as I can ascortaln and I lively could support u nnd equal, nnd havo certain Inalienable Burley tho goods mainly used by thu Independr. S. No. 2 Tho Equity bought whllo If they were forced to '25, 1907. and paid for at tho end of i,uy tobacco In Kentucky unless ho was among aro to ascertain taken say 1 am the ents, In order to cripple tjem, they rights,'the right wilchenjoying reckoned, - ',nvo average much painstho conditions 'of them, .'two years, so far ns 1 can determine licensed to do so by certain official trust crowd ralso corn or other crop It would nnd de- ',no of prlco and percentage of low first, 'spokesman ot the Continental, while using a much larger the account. Discounting $383.38 their lives sod liberties iJiof (ho farmer nnd tenants havo been iqulro several times tho number of jfromtwo years, and it equals $342.30, or 0mCCrB who, as n matter of course, grades than high lu their manufac. for wcro to bo elected In the Interests of lin fact I am the only independent man filgrossly misrepresented by tho Equity acres to allow them tho tno riglll l m.iuiiniH aim tories. about 10.9 cents per tbo nqully or If not elected to be who Is against all trusts of whatever 'orators. I. myself, havo been a tobac - lso that necessarily many would be which equals their property. Every Instinct of form or shnpo who receives no comMonopcly In Good Tobacco. knows pound. In this case all tho reserve fQ nfli1Cnred. "ilnntlnn " HiiVR. 'Alisolulp unit nrlil for sixteen or seventeen forced to leave. Everybody raiser enlightenment pensation for his services and pays ibut IU cents was paid. So you can gtatesmanshlp and "If low grade can bo made as high trnry power over tho lives, liberty andUearH. growing each year several crops 'that such was tho result figures are.gg agatust this bill. we ,hts own expenses for publication, etc. What Thirdly, I stated that it would bring 'see how deceptlvo theso Impressions In prlco as good then almost every nronortv of freemen exists nowhero In in nartnershln with tenants. To ne(Mi u raoro buyers, not fewer. My comparison Is solely with the Le- lil ilim r.in.lnr on disorder and lawlessness throughout and how thoy glvo false imrt of the Unltul States can compete n mmiiillr nnt nron in thn Inrepst inn. i. ii... .lovil prediction of value. if wo had to do either It would 'Bus crowu. In raising tobacco, as low grades can j0rlty.' All through our constltutlon'couipo's mo to state that I did not tho Burley district, finch Tho equity orators are. so far as I Now lu regard to our pooled tobacco bo much better to glvo a bounty to amply verified. Brutal whippings, If such Mn law aro numorous prohibitions on do well with tobacco until tho Contl-'wa- s bo grown almost anywhere. for offlcs, 'after making tho proper reductions Itlbtiyera Instead ot putting an embargo iknow, either candidates .'be tho case then neither thu Equity uur tho power of tho majority and vtn' mental commenced to buy In tho coun- - barn burning aim hii mi u uums ihlgh salaried officials and employees .anything else, can sustain prices. tho threo departmentsltry, not In "y Instance getting over and oven murder wero committed with laniounts to only $181.50 per acre, or- upon them. This bill, founded In folly upon each of ' "The '.alilng cf good tobt.co Is nec- ot government In order to protect thought cents, and generally far less, fori Impunity. All freo speech on this lubout 10.9 cents per pound, to be in- and bigotry was supported by the jor thoso having their expenses paid. has been practically denied, creased by any part of reservo that Equity society and was personally These various sums, we confidentlyfrom essarily limited enough far us to rights of Individuals who may bo !itl,y tobacco. Bo much wero wo como out of funds accruing not by n minority. If always, obstructed icoiiragod that wo turned two of ourinnd nny statement of Equity orators, may bo paid. As compared with other urged by them upon the legislature tho pools of 1906 and 1907, either tna exaggerated or wild, has gone 'years tho averago prlco por acre Is a but after passing the house, was ot thu Equity's Analogy Is Drawn. tho consequences (barns Into cattlo barns; but since then howover any 10 per or pubic denial or refutat on deal less than tho uvorage for feated by tho hardest of work In the $3.00 per hogshead hnlh.thoAnnlvlnfi- - cent policy, got good prices under any con"In fact, tho only tilftorenco between we have avoragtil over ten cents for without the nu. i,nu...,f. nr Any man who did not sup-such Impunity adding to exaggeration the years 1901, 1903, and 1902 that Senate. ditions, but If poor tobacco Is attempt- the despotic democracies of tho French our tobacco, havo mado big profit on two rools to this Theto threo port this bill was denounced as an proceeds of these r bo put on tho maiket at high Itovolutlon. nf Greece. Jtomo and and misrepresentation of such state-den- t (average being $206.39. ed to laud and our tenants have done lyeara wore before any pool had beenienemy of the farmer, and In the reign entirely new projrci, m uivu uiuj prices then no power on eHrth can times, nnd ours, la that wo havtj equally as well, making two or three ments. of theso subscribers object, seems to keop tip prlcos, for production would a government of checks and balances times as much as they could have Now from this dato on I hope It will (formed, the first pool being on the of terror many wcro Intimidated. Justifiable In law or morals. vastly overflow consumption. ,bo very different. Now let us see what 11906 crop. It Is also J good deal less Now bow ba wo $eU wltnot th8 us neither In which the Individual Is protected made lu other business. year 0t Pol- - 1 lmlt that tbo Equity has "Miss Lloyd denies that thcro has in his rights from thu fury ot the mob l.h? ??r?ng, ?? We will glvo a detailed statement ot! nro tho financial results ot pooling tbo ;th and '07. 1902, '03, '04. The kings and queens ot the harneia ma(l9 Ul0 renditions hard. If as the been a substantial denial ot free J and In them tho despotism of tho ma- - prices later. Our toabeco was sold 1900 and 1007 crop, leaving out of 1 myself wrote In February, 'jorlty, led by some tyrannical demo-- ' generally In the first bait ot January count for tho present all tho other reveals an- - Kqtilty claims tho Continental has been and saddle classes will all be there to Now, this calculation - gogue, a Cleon, a Marat, or o rtobes-'l-n out of thirty-thre1908, a moderate and conservative armaking enormous profits, and this competo for the attractive stakes at our own barns. In heavy winter or- disastrous results ot which I shall other thing that tlclo on the tobacco question, but was plerre, was unlimited and appalling. der, delivery nt some near point with- - presently speak. Ot tho 1907 crop, hogsheads, six havo not been sold and claim the government's Investigation Bourbon Fair, Paris. Sept. 7 to 11 ln Many new rings have been expense whatever except the giving way to the desires of two of my !paid for. Iu genprnl figures I have rapports In part, then this very fact to whom I advised by discreet friends "For our country's sake, for the sake.out any .. ....... .1... . 1. .. elusivef.f ...u nnnlfi. v w...v. IU1U "J jsbowed It, that It would be foolhardy of generations unborn, let us not do- - slight one ot hauling, and the pay-- tenants lu Bourbon, we placed two UVVM ...I.I llv 111.. stfllnnFM u. .,n Mvnw.M- - .. .. ......Inllv IV. .1... iuiuic BIULU IUW added. Including the drtft horse class. niiu COIVlIl.i; n IIJU awt-aim uuu; tlon that there wcro about C0.000 hogs- - government has established a sufficient A fifty dollar colt ring will also be a ana unwise to attempt to puuimu it. stroy HUB our lair Heritage, tno ovuiu- - meut was mauo luiuieuiaiui, nun truim n mcu-iiiu- r beads In tho 1907 pool. amount ot tho fact is the best guar, feature. There Is money for everylast nnd I did not. Mr Cllft of Mason bad tlon of centuries ot Anglican effort ono caso does not make a rule, and II three hogsheads In the pool, throe faithfully tried to find out prices ler tenants not going Into It. Nothing of this was to go to the Continental, jnuteo and security that tha Continental ot live stock at tie old Bourbon fair. ho manhood and audacity to attempt through blood and treasure In tho out tlio following re- ous effusions, and tho next night, so tho ply tu Miss Allco Lloyd's most recent liowspancra stnted. tits tobacco bed was attack upon lilni. scraped nnd a grnvo dug ns a warning to him to forbe.tr. "I sou hy an article In The Trlbutiu or auk. 23 tlint .Mm "Tim facts aru too patent for further Allco 1.16yd or, perhaps her employers, Illustration. Thoro nro n great many Hurley society, dissatisfied wlili mistake mid bad calculations In Miss tho Iho speech rliu mauo in l'uris, Aug. 2, Lloyd's pi ceo too numerous nnd ted to correct. Kor Instance, In reply to oiio ii.tuu by me, tins ilvtur-'oalter thrcu week's preparation ing my figured sliu does not glvo them to try It over ugain. Uu iliat 6cctMon correctly. I followed an Equity s pointer and was she gives ns tlio net prlco of my replied to by Mits l.lujd without any pooled tobacco 10.90. when It should bo 10.08, and uku this Incorrect Blnle-Iopportunity on my pun to respond. tnal specen 1 old uok tuler to incut bases dcceptlvo and misleading Mis Liojd at ull. I, not like Miss calculations nnd arguments, tho mlLioyd. imve a good many otnur wings who maKing a nincrcnco oi ncari ntlng lor tnn pru.s oiio cent nor Oound to do besides Tho statement of Mr. Hoffman and and, consequently, win make tills urn-das brier as possible. 1 shall nut iiUo tho hearsay nro of Mr. Toowater, tepeat or sumiuiiruu tlio speuen luun whoso authenticity I rather doubt, made, with which I om loasonubiy both prove that tho claims of thu satisfied, but snail llrsl correct some Equity orators wore wild and exaggrots mlsrcprouiiiuliou, uiuluiy per-1 gerated, but wen to tho opinion of Mr. iiuITninn 1 could oppose tno tcutlmou) sonal, and theu Uitcusa n mutter We, of scores of rcputublu dealers. slmpiy relcrred to beioro tho J.uUu ourselves, nlthuugli wo provided extra pleuge. Coin-merclquot-mluc' ' o M. Clay ha Hon. Casalus to nniacr linn nf MIkh I.lard'ft one-fourt- h ; . !," - u.,1"llc"',l o Tttt J" 1,. 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