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The Stanford interior journal: September 5, 1911 The Stanford interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 int1911090501_sn85052022 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Stanford interior journal: September 5, 1911 The Stanford interior journal Shelton Saufley Stanford, KY 1911 $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. OfI mi: XVIII. NO. 70. The Stanford Interior Journal. Stanford. Lincoln' rot vrv, Kentucky, tiesday September r, urn, WAYNESBURG EVERY Tl'ERDAY AND FRIDAY COLLISION ON L. & N HERE FRIDAY. GOVERNOR MTREARY'S HiiNnnrnc u11 1 rnur I DR. JOHN COOK. TO HEAR McDERMOTT. Tlii' MolriU'leil ineetmi; lielil at Cliiuucli Dcmocrnllc Lender To Speak Here Yiiym.liirtc h Itinllii'i Court Day Campalqn Open-In- q nml .Smith whs broulil ufiriiptly lo Up. ii elosu by (lie illnest of (lie InttoiV Hro. Smitli in n irt-- t wife. Lincoln county democrats will prcnclicr nml lim cunieit exhorltu-limialliei- in Stanford hv the humlreds tiuiile Kreiit impression on t'ic I,nrge tie.xt Monday lo hear Hon. Kdwaril ieoilu ol this o!ini.unit.. crouds itttciitlrd nml iiltliuuch thu MeUrrmoll. (he nominee for l.ieuten Iiiiumo ns filled to itn utmost ciiiu utit Governor, speak tit the court house. This will he thu formal open-in'- .' ell pel feet order was iniiiiituiui-of (lie campaign in Lincoln mid until the lu- -t niglilt of Menkes when Mime hois, we ilo hope they weie not Ironi now on the not will hoi . 11s tin our Wujiicsliiiri; boin, sceurcil miiiio ilemocratM iutenil to perfect such nil rocks nml look the church for u l.ir oruanintMiii in thu tute tins year Depuly .Sheriff IteynoliN und :ih has not In'cti knoHit in pohti m1 ltd Mime others liiKlcmd lo the eeim (miiiriiL'ii.s in leccnt cur-- . Mr. .MeMei'iinilt will M11.1I. nt the llie iilfenilers ol illstlllliiiliee hut A eottit house af half jiast ,111 j'i lock. weie gone when lliuv hi rived Hownn ."5iiilll" Inst wee's letuvid tevMird mis promptly olfercil lor inloriiiiitiiiu, out iioiiu linn hct'ii te- - lis coinmission nsj e.iinpiitir.i iiuii-nafor Liueoln coiutv uml is u.- reiM'il so lnr, . M .lili--- a I'iiilgt'tt und I'lmni.-M- pijicil in selcelin, n I'Mi'iodi'.-.- i eini'- iliiiighler .Mis:, Aiiiiu. of Dixmi, tniKee eiitiiMised ol represclltalivo Trim., in their miiiiy fiicnilf i.enio'tats 'cjni .ill Melions ,i tin; (iiimlv vt ho are icadv uml willing l WiiMiesluirK nml vicinitv. Mi llcrtlm (Imicli is speuiliiK n lo iti'l out und i;o lo woik lor in' C FIRE BUG AT WORK? 11 HEAD-O- N OPENING SPEECH Hi Btgins His Cimpain at Bowling Orccn Strong Address That Is Received With Orcit Enthusiasm. In a tlns - j, it i . V Ont of the Largest Crowds That Ever the Ex-Gover- nor Attndd a Politcal Meeting in the State Greats n I BOWLING ORBKN, Ky Sept., Governor Jame B. Democratic nominee for Governor, opened his campaign fl this city today. The largest crowd that ever attended a political meeting here was present. Democratic voters poured in from the surrounding counties to give their personal approval to their party leader and to Indorse the platform upon which he is asking the votes of the people. The enthusiasm with which Governor McCreary vraa received gives evidence of an aroused party spirit, which augurs well for Democratic success. . His speech was a complete review of the political situation In Kentucky and the nation. It leaves no live subject untouched. It callage Republican party to account for its failures to live up to its platform pledges. Governor McCreary delivered a masterful speech. He heartily Indorsed ewry plank in the Democratic platform, and left no doubt in the mlnda of his hearers where he stands on every public question. Hs speech in full la as follows: Me-Crcar- y, 1 I ten .1 lns willflho liuiuijfiilliH ut I'nu pnilj'.S The DUL'CUSd. S, wiiil ieople In m line utteiul-m- I (lie Soiiiei-se- t fnir anil nil teport n null time. shim; pnity of "i'J was nivnn-111- I lieie hit week. Tlioy proenleil Muck ( rwl, tHkinic thir Iwim-I- i ut hiiI tin ilnv on the Imiiks of 'u nei'l IiikIiimk titlkiitar nnd tho ilav. Inn.' w.re lht imiim Mr. and Mr. In Ih" hciI were: Ilmiillev (iiMieh, Kveri'tl, MolVim. ii'nl Mrs. T. .1. Siinrlwtoii, Miss .' I'uk'ctl, Mis. 4iee Siitsrtcluii, .Mr. nml Alr. "Mud" .Montnu. 'Mix M 11 e Woriruu. .ind Mm. S. II. QnH-1 1 hiigestioli of the Iiiterioi that the cmiiliilntcs fin eoiiiitv olfiecs, iclcpnie then I'limpiiiiis and nmhitiins to the hiiekifiouiiil until af'er (he sinli- is ended, mid et nut mid prove (lie liulity ol tluir iiiev liv rk lor Mcl'renry anil the lournal per-miiii- iI ub.-Iicket, if Ir 111 is moetiiHC with henrlv :ii- lirovnl mid leapoiIKe frme the rhiil. mid file of the Mii t and eiiiididn'cs Ml with whim (he I. .1., it- well. ptvs. il n tnnii has (alkvd Iihvi (also off I i!linnes eo.its n to work to htm' out the uml voters mid ontdi seems detci mined 1 world have bem fsieiitl) quickened' ' uur KUte ilium keep mep to tho music teUow Cltlzons: I have tb honor of the . ami we mint bav iinlil. n.Torts for liidustrhil and rt aiMroMliiK joti today at the rtiru-- amm-whsupremacy ami Kentucky larly nomlnnted candMalc of the Item- - wmmereliil tronl an om of the ocruili party for the olllm of (Suvcr mu" fnr?" loRiliiiK HtstPH of ttir I'nlon In farm- or No words 1 can utter leem utroiii? "ir. In manufactures. Pi minim:. In enough to oxprem my gratitude f..r cdiicatlon. ami In all the. varied Inter-th"' " Kr,a' I'"0!''"' Inhabltlinr a nomination given to tin- - ly ti. Democrat of Kentucky. ?' s'n' I am idncerely I can only na ami I Uw Mates. If any. In our Itepubllc rarnoHtly tliankfiil for the is twit bun-- ' ',nw' ""-- h Keoloclc.il formations, mich or conferred upon me. ami I mIi I uy diversity of foIIk ami mines, ami sued with whatever enercy or Inti Itect I nrlr,, attractions ns Kentucky hiiihs to carry the Democratic fla Great Agricultural and Mining State, The soil of Kentucky U ery rich to victory, and If I am elected (lov- Nowhere ?rnor of Kentucky 1 will havu mi per- - for agricultural purposes ran lie found better producing tobacco roiinl schemes to advance, no Individ-I idiall I lund, better producing hemp land, lwt-d- o ual nkplralluns to promote, but all In my iHiner to dlschaiKe every I ter producing corn, wheat, rye, oats duly of me fntthluil and cm , anu uariey lanus. uur state prodilies nearly one third clently and try In every proper way to uplift Kcntiick). promnta prosrcM. of the tobacco Krown In the United lmnnivrment and advancement, tire- - States and 90 per cent of the hemp nerve law and ordi r and uphold air oi me unitcti biates ih prouueeu in that will bring prosperity to the Btnlo Kentucky. With an area of 41,283 sauarmllts and happiness to the people it will alwa)N lio a source of plea. only about 1.G00 square miles are unCountv fit for acrlculture. Our coal Melds are lire to me that Mnritsnn where I have resided alt inr life and unexcelled In any State, tJiero being where I am thoroughly knon. In-- j lG.Csp ayunre miles of conlbca,rlng dorscd me for the olflce of Governor,' with only 34 votes against me In ths' primary election and J.iuu voles (er me. In a very busy season, being not far from the foil Democratic vote of the county, and In the Klghth Con .kakK.1 Kkam reslon' istrlct which I represen' ed In Congress for twelve vears I was Indorsed by a mnjorltv In the primary election of over C.OflO vote At the fnitset I wish to say wl'h cniphimW If am elected flnvernnr I, will not be controlled by a clique, ma chine or Individual, but shall lw as I was before aaaaaaaaaLKZL .aLaaLH when I hid t' hnnnr I" be Chief niecutlvo the Governor of the State according to the Constitu- BSBBBBBBBBBBBk. i w .BSBBBBBBBBI tion and the of Democrats. Tliero was never a time In our Slate h I'd ).. more n't when Democrat nnd aggressive, more harmonious and '! united than llie ueep Ki lucky Democrats arc o flght the oien Inc iiolltlcal battle this year, which will Precede tho Brent N'atlonal battle for President next year Kentucky Democrats will help stnrt the move-men- t which I bellovo will result In GOV JAMI.S II iU'ItKAUV tho election of i Democratic President In 1912. area, with toklng coal In seven counWhile Democrats In other States ties of the western coal nnd are carrying the Democratic flag full ten counties In the eastern fieldsfields, coal high advanced to victory and InDemocrats In Ken- and cannel coal In abundance creased irnIo-Itl- e, Her timber districts uru Immense, tucky miist not falter or hesitate, but comprising lather be energetic enthusiastic, In- able timber vast forests of merchantof every variety, nnd Iron vincible, victorious, ore. lead, zinc, building atone und pot- The State of Kentucky. 4uV film, n1uill.nl Itla. UllllllBl iHiivlmiiat. ...J HUUUIIII yJ ,,,,.,niiH,. uiiiu.ntmA.t i en- - n,i nr nnn mrjeet to inc ri.h nivin. nil list nttentlon of all Is the State of wells havu been opened In 'various eerywhere In t0ns of the State Therein our Stnte n greater desire for pnn?-- j Kentucky has over 2,000 miles of Improvement and advancement rivers. Including the Ohio and Mlssla-thaover before The location, thfl g,)pl rior8 wllPre they bounj ltg bor. climate tho resources, tho splendid jers, and over 3,000 miles of railroads men and the nttract he women show re ready and convenient for travel that WO havo everything to make hen-'.ntranmiortntlnn nml her lli-- nfneV tiiclty one of the grestest Stntes ln.B not excelled In any part of the ! the I'nlon, If proper efforts nre mdf. wor( I was inl reared tn Kontuckv aim' De Great Manufacturing State. and I hne nlwajs loved my native Stat nnd It Is hut natural (or mo to wt extensive and In ter Slates In every material Interest manufactures are and being situated rapidly, and everv desirable form of progress. , ,he Nrt ern Kejitnev, neennles a central placo ?",n y. !t JIPxIco, and I i In the great Mississippi alley, and the Kastern and Western ranges of no part of tho world shows greater the North Amerlcin Mouutnlns, is progress miii activity than that vast region stretcl'lpp from the AlleghnnlcH destined on nccount of locution and facilities to become westwnrd In tho Ilockv Mountains, and great manufacturing after n while a State soelhvnrd to tho Oltilf of Mexico, conWhen the taining an area of a million nnd a lawgiver, Solon, full of great Athenian was quarter square, miles, and having a of honors he Bald: "I years nnd full have population of thlrtv millions and pnr In my power to Improve my done all country Fesslng natural advnntare unexcelled and to defend Its laws." If by nv seetlon of tho globe. will emulate his example we While her ststor States are developsrlll have a great era ing and utilizing every ndvantage, :n our commonwealth. of development Kentucxy must go forwnrd also. I will always be ready, whether In live In an npe of pmgreas nnd devcb Dpment, nnd the pulse and pace of the I "'' e ! I rqulrl 1 1 law-Dut- of lo make llif iHilhldu ' the county ,or his own pntiieul 11 I !n- - tmrtv. lie lm natse! tin- ,S"th precinct hor up vrith pi- -t a '1'lle ilesimii- - hut still injurs a rWunif better di'inocmllc tnujnntv limn iver xeiirioii its mneh m (be v.uuitest lief ore. (he Mirtv The following Idler I nun llmi. M. ember Mr, Surah Manes, wife of W. I). I". North, of MiinIoiiviIIc, - illustraI). Ilnveo passed to the tfrcttt tive of tho spjnt in which this Iris been received, nml Mr week. Mt. llnye wan n nnlile t hrisli'in Inilv nml wiik vireHt'.v to N'orlli'si e.xumple is well woit'iv of i.l nml respeelol l her inniiv friend emulation. Me wiiti-s- : We extend to I lie heicilM'd family llusloiiville. Iv Auk .'10 ' KN'lipillllV. Mi. Shcll.ui M. Sautlcv: ulir llcilt-fel- t Ml. .Inc Slam was lieie to -- te of 111" Interior Jniitu.i! Stnnl'ord, Ky hel aiil Siim1.iv- Ueur Sir: All's. illa .lolinsoii, of Soinei- I endoi-- p tins i,.iiiii!r n f,.w- - d,is with her niulliei Mis. lnt- - A. Snmlcton siiestion ou offered in the hist of .votir paper, (hn( the emidi-d.ite- s Ir. I.IomI Siiiiinoiis, of D.iuvillc. i.l for the various count.v was here Sntiird.n. ; Miss Meci-iMorion is eiv cfl'oit in (heir idVlivnliuil mid Join in with tvplioid fever. united effort Muster Willie .Volutin -- pent Inst in the intcicst of our ticket to he wee), in Danville with Ins sister Mr elected in November. We have a splendid ticket und and Stelln Doolin. cxi client platform and with proper MT. SALEM. cfforl. we should he uMe lo loll up I'lirmeri- - nre repiiiin over (he re nu unprecedented majority for nur cent rain we have been havin-- ; tlio' liekct. I will at the pioper tunc wnlor if vet scarce a, lien's teeth. lender to Jhe cumpai;:u committic .Mis. S. K. (ireen returlied lo her of our purtv, in the county, tuv in advoc.icv of our ticket nnd lauiie .it .Mi'Kiuiiev, Mimilnv .after our platform, and will he ulcuscil to a visit to MUs Jluttic Floil. ieni( nt rinriu'tlS speak wherever I may be assigned. Then- - was a llespeetfullv. . I'.irl. last Siitiiid.ty, Autr. "JOtli. A lun;i' croud was pie-canil every Let's henr from olhcrr- one hud a pleaaut time. Mi- -, l'earl rer'u-o- ii of Culuui'm-- , (!n., is NEAL'S CREEK. her lster Mis .Mat-t,- e riod lieie. This is Mr-- lVnru--nii'- .s .Miss lir-- t Lffie Martin is isitin; her (rip to Kentucky miicc Lulu HravTiier nt McKin-uc- v he w - eisrlit elirs old. There was i.'iiit, Mi-.. ouite u iiuinher i'liiui here attendeil tin h,: Ii.irbccuu .mil .sale ut Mi Kin-Iicv. .Mniu'aii, of Crab Oich.ird. preaeheil at Xeal'- - Creek Sunday. v. Moiid.iv. Mrs. S'cll fioode of Indianapolis, Miss .Mat lie .l.tv I'loyd was (he Mrs ii'- -t Clovil is with Mr Ida Ilutchesou. ol In sister Mr. fieoii;" Ilutchesou one of Miuh s in McKiiirev the lu-- t of (he "I'licl" Sams" ios is visilin.' reln-tivweek. here. .Mr. Ilutchesou has just GENERAL NEWS NOTES tcturiicd from the l'hillipiue Islands whcie he has spent the lust si eaii- Mr. Hoheit M. ltntuesr has been llanliii countv raicd 11,000 by days. Miliseiiptnm for (he liuililiu of the vciv -- iek for .Misses I'.lsie Singleton mid Sallii! l.iuioln way IIiioul'Ii it. My I'niis wiuuiiiK TliuiMlaj's iuho M. Farnicr of Stuufoid visited reln-tivl here Weducsilnv nnd riiur-da- v losing till1 locuei I.eMllloli The little miii ot J'licle. Mom Heiry M.iseball League wins the ltlncgiu peniiant for (he seiond halt of the if v ry siek Mr. Olili' lluti'.;l(ou of iiiieiiiiMti M'llstlll. Senalor I.nl'ollitte, of Wision-mi- i. is speiidiii M'veral d.ivs .it Mr J'ic Soiiu-rsi't- . 111 "I le Hilly fliHieh" wits uti-- o - in 1 1 1 u -- -- is--- otliec-s-ispei- e mi-1- ut ii; . . m 1 es i is 1 j ' 1 mre-nos- re, n d n JSJ'ir'i.J.rh.T ,";" S . 11 (Continued on 3 id I'nu'e) The frjuiiiln of Mrs. .lo-- ' llo-- s will vleclaud that ''uiosl mi.vhoilv would be ijlad lo bear that she is leeover-ilil.e to he I 'resident " now from a m'vcio illin'.--' The lien battleship I'tali., one of the most powerful wuiships nlluat vtis placed in commission m the 51 ADDITIONS AT GREEN RIVER. Kvmnjclist I'd. Hubbard lift's jusl I liilutli'lplua Xav.v Yanl. ttpetiiur on Oreeti Seven pei sous weie ill jut 1 Ihico ciosiil a in which 31 udditions to the il Ihem scrioulv ulicu an in t ltui-Iiii- ii The ear htiuek u litic.'ioii cnuiue ut church of Christ tlieeltiiH; closed Slindav uiiilit, nnd af llMliuuupolif. Tven(-live hushelh of u' tlu services vvcie over the iiiillion reiaircd to tho river, 1'nnl are 011 their nv dovvn the Ohio where the riles of baptism was llivi'r destined for Southern polls. ut thu Mime hour of the Col. J. I. Kipy, a v derail ditiller is y i.telit wliieli l'ld. Ilithliiiid and citizen of I.nvviciiecbmi.', is ;n liaiuiony with the t.eriiture ill nl l.exinutou hospital. nev soil diinl; "" Kiehuioiiil has JUMBO fstahlishment, lnakiuu four in Dint MrMinnie I'rvin is visi(iu Mrs. Thev pay 1.0(1(1 euch per year lien Ynuiiir. for city i'eense. Miss Kdim Musou was in Stun I'nri'ier I'. S. Senalor Hojiit I. Mills died ut his Inline in CorsitMi'. ford this week on IniMiiess. Mr. fl. W. Stnrns ivi in Mclvin-nc- v Texan, Saturdiiy. 11" w.i- - a iiulml confeiieriite Mildier and one of the this week on luisiucss. MNs In"-- ! Mie.s Cnllie Stains visited known Ktiiti'Miicn of Tcxn'. II" was horn in Todd countv. Ky Ornee I'rvin Sunday. Jliss Lena Mason w visiting her ycat ns;o. sister Mrs. Annie Stnrns of this world of confidence in place. "I have Mr. Kcnl F.rvvin i nt home now on fliniiilierlniii'h Omicli llemcilv for I it with perfect success," a visit have used Everybody likes HoRwnllow news. whites Mrn. M. 1. Hohford. Poles-ill- f, Md., For sale bv nil dealer-- . n two-weecon-fieniiuil-icall- speiikint; ill Williams Grove. 1'a. lfOss'. as 11 11 - It blirillS to lonlr like fin. Im-- r U at work 011 bunts m tln tt'i.yi l.'ml Passenrjcr Trains Come Together A large barn on the farm of Adam With Crash close to Depot Dr. John Cook, Slanford's vnrpenter, this snlo ot .Moreland. Only Damaqc to Enfloored vctcrinatai), who re- Clltlcht lire Sllllibiv elenitHr ulwiiit K gines. cently went to Montieal to tako a o'clock and hiinicjl down. It con- cm.r.se in surgery, is "making good" i.tincii ni.ont lou bales of hay nnd With a crush henrd for ov2rul wltii 11 vengeance uccordiiig to re- was not insured. This is I he second blocks, followed by n cloud of stcntti pot tu which have been received from barn lire 111 the West End in a week. that mounted to tlie heavens, west While he is iti Canada the there. bound L. ii N., through tram from "Cole's Combined Shows" have seLet Jesse D. Wcaren tho Insurnnco Knoxvillc to Louisville, duo to pass cured his services nnd are luuking Mnn of Stanford keep you nlwnys Stntiford nt 5:10 A. M., met the I. him tpnte 11 feature. In thu large protected from fire. C, lpnving for Richmond, Winchester dipplav hills gotten out by the show, and Muysvillc hend on n few bunDr. Cook is made iputc a feature. PREACH ERSVILLE. dled ynids enst of the depot hero Copies of the hill linu been received lust Friday morning. Doth engines in ie and thu description of Dr. Cool, James L. thu little five year-ol- d were badly battered up, and they thcteou is much appreciated by those sou ol Mr .nnd Mrs. Sum Adams, with their entire trains would prowho know him in this .section, und funnel ly of this section, but now of bably linvc been burled down the everyone who knows linn knows that near Hichinoml. died lust Friday cmbnnktncnt nt t lint point of thu even thing snid about liim is sii, for night of bionchial tumble. The track hud not No. '24 the west bound no smurtcr negro thun John Cook lemains were laid to rest beie in train, been slowly pulling tip tho Jail iver left Stunford, nor one imnu the I'renubersville cemetery Satur-ua- y from Rowland, while tho K. 0. luuf f.ciiernlly liked b cv embody. The uftcrnoou after services at the .tliuost been brought to n standstill hhow bills say in bia: type: "We grave bv llev. J. K. Itobcrts. The by Engineer 'Tom Rice who haw n hive, engaged Di. John Cook, of patents have the sym- the west bound train pulling utoutul Kfiiliifity, C. S. A., the clintnpioii pathy of eveijouc. n turn abend of him, but too horseman uf, the world, the trainer Some L'O odd convetts received the late to stop und back his train out end educator of fine ordinance of baptism Saturday uf of the way. (Engineer Rice and smldle horses. Me will tcrnoou near White's Mill. The nte Ins fireman and the express- mos make sensational diivcs with fast vius adinmisleicd by Hey, Win. Me- - s(ti"cr pimped off tho trnin befoio (.. Mutchins the pastor of thu church the collision occurred, irotlcr--. Keincmber, he is the largEngineer est horse mmi 111 the world. Ilu will ot Maiinonv, who bus been assisted Wright sitffeiing thu fructttre of till oti the breeding of imy suddle, if the levival by Nov. 1'eniee, of 'hrce libs. He was the onlv 0110 lioKiug or thoi juahbred hori 111 Fernd.ile, .Much good will result hurt in the wreck except 1111 old Americn. Mc can tell (he ne ol uny l;om this meeting. beIndy who vrns slightly ptrred-brur-- e. Me will lent 11 .von lion to Mrs. S. D. Cttipeiiter hns been ing thrown nguinst u scat when tbe tniin the Kentucky saddle burse finite ill of heait trouble. Mis. S. tmpiui "mnc. George Gentry, the life. Me will tench vo iilm wo breed II LsloB. who bus been m sick, ii well known colored mint of Stanford .md rm-- e them. Don't fnil to eonm some butter. Little .Miss f'artrtiile was on llie K. (., and leaped off Tiul see him. tie is the wonder ot Adams continues ill. with agility whim be saw that there I lu world, lie will write a prescripMrs. Cclia Arnold and duuphtcr nit going to be a collision. tion for uny (otnplniiit a home lint .Miss Lirsie ot Wiclutu, Ku ai-collision Tlie cause of tho hend-o- n iree. Me will teach jou how to breed guests of .Mrs. ifebecca I'd tils mid is said to have bcou that the disFirst Xatioiinl Hank of Stanford, lmnily. J. M. Cre- - mid family vis- patcher ut Livingston forgot to havo Kv.. Lincoln Connly Vational I'.anl.. ited iricuds 111 .Stanford. Mi. and the K. C. bald here to wait tor tho Mate Itniik iV; Tnist Co., nlho of Mrs. J. F. I'clttis, of Spiingtield, arc through Usui to pass going west heStniifoid. ICy., I . S. A., Me will visiting bis mother, .Mrs. lleheccit lot c turning the K. C. louse on the teach Indiit. to ride 111 Kentucky Ivttus. tracks to Rowland. His outers guvo Mrs. George Dy chouse has been ihe Is. C. right of way over nil M.vle tree. We hiivc 100 fine horses SO fine veiy ill of measles and fever. Hams to RovvLmd, till .r:10 A. M., George II. Sutton und wife vibitcd and ut th.it very time tho west bound people. Don't Inn ; come and mc the wonder of the world, Dr. John their tiieuds, llev. John Elder and limn was pulling out of Rowland ( family at I5ce Litk. 00k." coming up the lull towaid Stunford. Mr. and Mrs. Chns. Adnms of The west bound tiaiu was about Vj i.c j r Juuctivu City, visited tlie famiMcKINNEY. uiintilis lute mid the operator who lies of J. P. Balh-iiand Geo. A. look the order (nought (lint the K. C. had ample timo to. get to Rowland Misses Lou, mid Irene Klliotl Ep- j'ruvvii. Services Sunday at Deceit Grove find then switch off toward Lancasperson, Ktith Cocking Mr. Cocking .Mi. W. A. Cot fey. Will Mobley, und tburch by Hev. A- - C. Daird ter and Richmond before the other Messrs. J. F., R. T., and .Misses tiain would be due. several others from here attended The wreel'er was immediately sum the fair ut Somerset Hriday und te- Ifinda and Ilu Petttis went ta Sam-ersta attend the burial of their moned from Livingston and it was port a good time. She well 011 towardjioon before, it hud the Mr iicldcn, of Libeity and .Miss cousin. Mis- - Kaunie Pcttus. Nunnnclley of Turnersville vns a daughter of W, 11. Pcttus. smashed engines out of tho way and Cora was thu gue.st ot Cntherinu Murphy who at one time, was the clerk of on to a biding at Rowlund, so that u Drake's, Creek Baptist" church at this freight engine could take the pasliiM Friday. Misses Doeia and Chiisttnc Met-ci- place. Miss Pcttus is survived by senger coaches of No. '2i oil to Louis of I'aint Lick me the atlrae-liv- e four brothers, Mesrs. Richard Wnl-te- r ville. about eight or nine houis late. Ebbcn nnd William, nnd three The K. U. engine, To. 41, well known mu-stof their brother II. II. sisters, Lillie, Mary and Sallie. De- here', where it has served on this rim Mctcnlf. was a good kind Cluistian tor many years, wns almost shatterOur lot ale was ipiite a .success ceased woman nnd general favorite with all ed to kindling wood from the heavy there being uhoiit 70 lots in all, old She wns a member of the Baptist impast of tho big locomotive which The lots went very reasonably, prices running front $3," to tl0.", church. Miss Pcttus will live long bit it. The front of the other engine's in md were so'd as fast as the auction-c- r ii' theinmemory of many for her ' ef- boiler wns dented to a little and the the canso of education. leaking, which water tank put could cry them, off and could forts .Mr. and Mrs. J. Shaw and was about all the damage done to it. h.ive sold a dozen or mi more witb-o.- it uny trouble for it is impossible .Joseph Davis and wife were visiting Mad not tbe engine crew of the K. C, 1'iniil: Lykins and wife. pimped, they would have undoubtedXor pcojile to got a vacant house in Several of our people nre nttend-in- t, ly been killed in their cab. for the town, they have been in Mich Jem uu! the H8tU session af the Tate's fiont of the tender was jammed into This js a good point lor nil kinds of business and it verj desitable town Creek association which is convened the forward, part o tbe engine in with Good Mope Baptist church, n way which would have smashed o live in, wo bnve thrvt- factories, lluce miles cast of Garrard. the life out of anything living- - iu doing n good n hank business, Geoige J Xnylor bad a valuable the cub. (.luirt'lifs, gr.iiled ar.il eight Mail Clerk E. C. Gnnnnn gamely trare to die Sunday. ture.s, uKo n big lumhr and J. F. Molt7claw'and T. Y. Shaw stuck to his car and was uninjured. business is done. shipped Tbe vvicck tsjik place almost dinice load of cattle to Mr. D. C. Chirk, of Louisville, Cincinnatia off the Ifoltzelaw ranch rectly in fiont of the Elms, the old who had the lot Mile hoi o is to be Helm place, and a big ciovvd of pconear here. coiupliine.itcd on the way in which Your types v ill get the I. J. jile gathered there to watch the wreck the sale was conducted. Me tieat-- " cr at work. cd the crowd ot about 1,500 to good field man in trouble. Iu the "write This accident clearly (letuoiistintes music fiinrfslied by the McKinuey up" Tuesday last he says Paint Lick the need of a double track from is 20 miles "north-west- " of Stanford servbaud, mid alter the side Stanford to Rowland for the use of Mr. Clink cimc Ob you tinrcgcucratc office devil! ed good dinner. A plot rafted meeting will begin the K. C, and it is believed that the lo its highly ic commended as a man officials will see the necessity nnd of .stciliiu; iim!itics und he made nt the Baptist church bore Sept. 9. get busy. It has been nrgiied that many friends while lieie. Me will '"he services will be in charge of by double tracking fioin here to Row I.'ov. Anderson Cornelius, the pashold a bit: sale ut lteicu. land, the necessity of muiutaiaing Mr. Koe Turner of Cbnttauooga, tor, and Rev. Jones, who comes remi operating; force thcie could be commended very highly as an excelTrim., wiis (he uuest of Mr. Ilutlcr otuplctelv eliminated, and thus mid family lu- -i week. Mr. Turner lent divine. much extra expense be saved. Rev. A,, C. Baird preached Sunday is mi cnyinecr 011 the i. k C. rond present. At their Sunday school ses south. UNION. M. Ware attended sion thu following officers vveie elect Mr. and Mrs. (Garrard, Co.) ln- -l cd for the quarter: Tom Wells week. the Somerset fair Misses Sarah und Carrie Reed, of . Spunkier. Trea; and Snpt; G. Mr Lester McMnrgue of GeorgeLancaster, were visiting Misses Eliza town 'ins been selected as the pro- Mis. Hesse Martin Sec'y. Good se- belli and Rose Murph.V last wf e'. per man to ussist Protessor 0." I?. lections. Messrs. Walter and Oscar llatn-nne- k, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. M. Cress went to Fallis 111 the Danville High School of Paint Lick, were guests of this vein. The new instructor conn's Rockcastle to visit Mrs. John Alfred Mr. mid .Mrs. A. J. Ilammaek. Sr highly iccointucnded mid is sttio to Proctor, who is very sick. They also Mr. Ilammaek, who lias beet '.unto the visited J. J. Smith mid family near filled to his bed for Home six yeiiM prove 11 valuable ussi-tunMe Ilrndhcnd with rheumatism, is some better. excellent facility in charge. Mr. Eltnei" Fowler and little son. stood a most Miorottgli examination Mrs. Aich Oustott and sister, Miss! scholnr is sur- of Greeusliun;. lud., nre visiting the Alice Spratt, of Morulnml, were and his ability as passed only by his gentlemanly nun-lit'- family of her mother, Mrs. Win, of Mr. and Mrb. Albert Owens. and personnl refinement. Dan D.ivall. F. L. Thoimison. the ponulnr drum ille Advocate. Tbe IIS uiiuual association of tho friends here mer of Mt. Yernou, visited his broth Baptist Mr. Mcllargup ha comprising the church s. e J. J. Thompson nnd family. who will he glad to learn of his Tate's Cicik Association win held Bob Scott sold '2 calves to Scott ut Good Hope church here. Messengers from mom than JO clmrclies Miss lto-- e MeCormnck the nttrue-liv- e firos.. of Goshen for ,?1. Messrs J T. nud Ed. Bro'vniii". were picseut. Tho ciovvd 011 'ho und efficient cofrcspondent of (licit firt day vyns cstinuited at .'1,000 tho I. J nt Ilustonvillo wiis in our of Pell countv wore iniests of town for n while Friday nfleriioon. sister, Mrs. Thos. Durham of White's people, which was about half of Will Callownv of Bell .vns thu cro'-- tl which would bavp been Mill. i'so a visitor. present if it bad not bivn rainy. SUICIDES. MILLARD F. ROUT Millard F. Rout, formerly of the Digestion and Assimilation. Diarrhoea is always more or less Matksbitrv section (larrail court, It is not tho quantity of food takcommitted ftiieido by sluifiiing him- prevalent during September. Bo pre- en but the amount digested and Chamberlain's Colic, self. Me left Onrrnrd pliout three pared for it t ha t gives strength mid viCholera nnd Diarrhoea Remedy is years ago. bti.ving a farm ienr Chamberlain's wvvbo urompt and effectual. It can always tality to the svstem. Me leavex a wi.'.w, stomach and liver tablets invigorate was a daughter of the into Aruip be depended upon and is pleasant to tho stomach and liver mid eniiblt- take. For stile bv all dealers Harlan. them to perform their function iint'triillv. For sale iy all dealers. vvcll-l.nohcatt-brokeJiorses-three-gait-et df s 11 1 '. co 11 es suc-ces- Is Certainly "Goinq Some" While In Canada. l 1 1)1 1)1 frjjrtr - ' THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 5, 1911. Fall Here is And We Have Everything to Keep You I'm; i.yiemor Journal. Established 1872 IT WON'T WORK NOW. (Don ling Oreeii Times Joiirnnl.) Tumi mm when tho new hackneyed bugaboo known as tho RESOLUTIONS. Adopted By Lincoln County Teachrrs Before Adjournment. The following resolutions wedo In the teachers' iustituto adjournment Friday. Ilepiescnting the Lincoln county Institute, we offer the following reso Utions. That the teachers be commended for the great aiUnnco they have m.ide in professional spirit and education, for the interest nnd etilhui'i-asthey have shown in the institute attendance, which work, by their has exceeded all previous records, nnd their response to nny calls thnt hae been made upon them, nnd for their progress toward higher iacals. Thnt we appreciate the courley of the nrious ministers who have encouraged us by their presoncc and counsel, of Prof. Harmon whoso heart is enlisted in thu uplift of Kentucky eitirenship, of Mr. I. S. whose timely reminder of Alcorn what is due Kentucky childuii m the tenehing of historical facts should bo impressed 'upon everv teacher of Dr. Carpenter wboc valuable advice upon the prevention of disease should be assimilated b all tencbers, and of the Kentucky poet, William Ynncey F.rwin. That Supt. Singleton cams and receives the tbiiuks of the institute for bis uufaihni; interest and kindness nnd that the instructors, Profs llobinsoii and Ireland, who by their thorough understanding of the ques-Holo bo discussed, have placed us under great obligation for the benefit we have received from this be-lo- re m HELTON M. 8AUFLEY,...Publlhif "Ileekhnm mnchile" suttered to niJ in carrying to an extent tho ends of IN ADVANCE Htan-ford A II A YEAR STRICTLY Entered at tho potoftlce nt aa second class mall. I'nr For For For Lieut HUB. warm and dry Our clothing Mnvornnr Jamna II. McCrcIXTT. K. J. McDc-mct- t governor Treasurer Ttios. s. unca. Secretary of State C. K. Crccc- - &shoe stock For Attorney Ooneral James GarnctL M. For Auditor-- II. for Stato Superintendent ot bctiools llnrksdalo llamlett. For Commissioner Agriculture J. V. Hnrtli is' now to see com- plete. Call and ask some- Nowrrmn. For Clerk Court of Appeals K. K Grceno. . For HaUroaid Commissioner W. Kl.ilr. For Clrrult Judge Charles A. linrdin. Fn- - Koprcsonlatho W. It. Shanks. The quality of our No. Fancy Patent Flour made from the new wheat crop, will please you. If you are not ready using it, order a sack from your grocer. On sale at all grocery stores. M'CnEARY'S OPENING ADDRESS. Go. Janus H. MuCrcary opened the Detiijoratie campaign nt Bowling Green on Mondny, September !, in a masterful sneceli thnt does crcd it to bis sound judgment bis proved sincerity and Ins uiuiuestioned Demo crncy. It was not the bid of n politician seeking votes by ulterior methods, but the utterances of a leader, who bns the courage of bis y party nnd bis state at heart. 1ms heaped high honors upon Governor McCrenry in the past, and the mere bauble of office can have l.o charm for him. Did he not honestly believe that hu can render a service to Democracy and bring peace and prosperity to the state, he would nat take tho responsibility leading this battle which is so portentous to the party everywhere. Governor McCrcary's clear mind and trained intellect has taught him to weigh well all public questions. This has given him credit far a conservatism thnt does not fairly describe his position. Ho believes that it is better to bo sure than sorry; that it is safer to give a thorough consideration to mutters of party policy, to give heed to tho progressive thought of the voters as expressed bv tho majority rather than run amuck wwith the torch of revolution in one hand, and the sword of 'He in Hhe other. destruction lias firm convictions on evciy issue tiiat concerns the people of Ken1 tucky. No fair mnn can read his Bowling Green speech and not give him jred-- lt for n candor and courage Hint his al- detractors are trying to deny him. He does not dodgo any question. He stands four square to every wind thnt blows tou every plank in the Democratic platform. He does not irv to run with the bare, and hold He states his with the bounds. iews concisely, deliberately, each word and carrying with it the npsur-r.nc- e thnt he means whn( he says. He docs not want the voto of any STANFORD.KENTUCKY. mnn if it is to be gained by subterfuge or deception. Ho outlines bis views on the various subjects upon which the public is demanding o relief, nnd his voice is thnt of a leader and not a follower. He realizes the importance of giing an impetus to Kentucky so thnt people shall profit by the resources with which she is so richly endowed. They hive fni'cd to ret lelief under the which lepublienti administration Judi'o O'Renr and his platform so heartily endorse and are looking to the Democracy to fet the star of hope in the sky nnd follow it to vies tory. Governor McCrenry bas met evert DON'T BE TOO dENEROUS. expectation of his friends. He is Get Ready For Cold Weather is own lnnstei nnd his partv alone with the cement, llrae, etc., you get can dictate to him. It is gratifying from us. Remember tnat all our build Why not have your house heated lo find him entering the campaign lng materials are much stronger tban vigorous, combative and ready to the ordinary and you can therefore with hot water? use less than ordinary quantities. If We have In our employ one of the meet all comers. you like we'll tell you Just how to mix them to get the best results at best hot itvater and steam fitters in NOW YOU'RE SHOUTING. the least cost Come in ana asK its. the stato. Col. Wntterson is not iroing to Let us figure with you we guaranKy. J. A ALLEN, Stanffrd, "limp in tho rear" after all, tee our work. und we take it all back. In reply W. K. WARNER, to the following fiom the republican 'Phone 188. Mavsvillo Ledger: Stanford. Ky. "It' a pity thut Marse Henry's eloquent pen has to be paUied by the general cussedness of tho political bituntinn. The said situation on both tho Kcpublicnn and Democratic sides is very much in the same fix. We reckon there never was a campaign AND HANDLE LIVE AND DRESSED in which the great mass of the votPOULTRY, Er.GS, ICE, COAL, ers was so little interested." WOOL, HIDE8, FUR8. 6ALT, LIME, GINSENG, lie replies in Wednesday'-- , Courier-Journal: FEATHER8 ETC. Don't take too gloomy a view of tho outlook. We have not started jet. Things will warm up mightil) Courier Journal from the first believed, und believes now thnt we UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER blmll elect the ticket. T.he Xutionul PHONE 153. i.ssiu'K involved will attend to Hint. KY STANFORD, Horns 'POono Ik. Nor is the Courier Journal in tho Office '1'houa 167. least pnrnlyzed. It mny not bo enthusiastic over tho local conditions AND WINTER STYLES. FALL lint it has been sicker children get any event it will do its My new fall and winter samples wel) and iu AND UNDERTAKERS are now ready for your inspection. best." DEAL-EALSO They comprise the best on the market Every time Gov. Augustus E. Will-fco- n MAT. IN FURNITURE, can suit anyone as to price who had hits a golf hnll it costs tho state his clothes made Ut order. A suit TINC8, RUGS. THEY WILL Twenty for bis made to your measure is preferable of Kentucky $30. FURNITURE EXCHANGE to ready made clothes. To have them salary and ten dollars for Lib sub FOR ALL KINDS OF STOCK. cost any titude, Lieutenant Governor Cot. Bade to measure doesn't GIVE THEM A CALL. PRICE more than ready made whem quality This sort of talent comes high, but aad fit la considered. Com la aid RIQHT. the republicans do not tare so long let me take your measure. KENTUCKY. H. C. RUPLEY, Ta FractteeJ Taller. as the Treasury puy the hill. :: TANFOML GOVERNOR thing in our new Fall Line SAM ROBINSON Stanford, Ky. SEE ME Ken-tuek- At Once and Get My Prices on MASON'S FRUIT JARS Quart tin cans, L.L. mm 30 cts per doz Crab Orchard, Kentucky. j FLOUR! J. H. Baughman & Co. .fe.v-j- 1 certain desicninc politicians. This day, howeer, thanks to the good sense nnd justice of Iventuck7t vohas ter, is pnst. The lorn since nroxen to even the most skeptical thnt bo is bend and shoul ders nbuve nuv of tho men who have boennic prominent in political life in Ihc past two decades. Vwint won the henrt of even his most outspoken critics was his demeanor in tho Into senatorial race when he was Ijio duly accredited nominee of tho democratic party nnd wns knifed by u certain lot of political traitors, Gov. Deck-babad but to say the word which would gie assurance to the liquor combine that be would be "good," nnd the senatorial toga, so much coveted bv men o'f political munition would have been his. Honor, however to him wns more thnn offloi and rixini: in the full strength of his splendid manhood be spurned tho offer mid reined to private life defeated, but not dw'jriieed. Since that lime iniuiv of his former bitter critics have been bis slaimobicst admirers nnd we doubt if there is a man in Kentucky who has a Inrger personal following than has Gov. Ileekhnm Ye, he is for MeCrcarv, Looniwe he will give believes the n safe, Mine and economical administration, now too, because be believes the temperance cause will faro better with McCrenry and his associates in power. The more designing politicians put Ileekhnm to tho front, the more it will help the ii'tilutet we approve Thnt of the measure Democratic ticket. to be introduced lit the next lesiln-ti- i re, requiring that institute instrucGeorge Chinn won the democratic tors be licensed, nnd that the state, nomination for representative iu rather than the teachers, benr the Mercer county by 509 mnjoiity over expense of holding the institute. Frank MeGnrvey. Chinn will join the Signed. Kate Bogle. Sallio gnlaxy of sterling young Kentucki-mi- s Virgil McMullin. who will reptesent a number of counties of the Eighth congressionMILLEDGEVILLE. al district in the next legislature. Look over these: Will Shanks, of Mr. Snm Vnnhook of Muywood Lincoln, John Farm ,of Garrard. Francis Douglas, of Boyle, John llol wns here on business hist week. land, of Shelby, George Chinn, of Mrs. Sallio Tucker and little son Mercer, Hugh Mahin, Jessamine, J. Leo of Parksvillc were tho guests of H. Faxton, of Anderson, L. D. mother Mrs. M. A. Jones last weel'. Mr. and Mrs. Lafe Morgan nttend of Madison. Will any other congressional district in the state cd the Aliccton Camp Meeting n few l.nvc as splendid a body of repre- das ago sentatives in the state legislature Mr. John Lunsford, mid mother We wot not. And from Indiana, arc visiting heie. next session? another incident: They're all demoMrs. Harriett Armstrong is visitcrats, and are all assured of election ing Mrs. Tyrce in Brumfield. Sovcral attended the fair at Somin November. erset last week. Mr. Neal Scantlin of Indiana, atKvcrytime the Cadiz Hecord mention!, tiie Culloway Gazetto nnd its tended the burial of Mrs. Young. Mrs. Walter Moser and Mr. ClifIMitor John Me Meloan who flopped over to the republicans where ho ton Snndidge nre attending school really belonged all the time it uses at Hustonville. Mr. nnd Mrs. Perry Pruitt, of plenty of $ $ $ $ $to properly punctuate the article and give due tnipha Kinir's Mountain visited Mr. and Mrs sis to his opinion of the matter. And Mail White on their way to Shaker-towof course, everyone, who tlul not passed Mr. O. W. Lunsford know understands the reason. Decreasing the taxes on bunks una through last week on business. corporations, and increusinsg farm Mr. George Gnddis made a trip to Biil'giu lust week. lands for assessment purposes is Governor Willson's way Mr. and Mrs. Bessie McGuffey r. of Gilbcrt' Creek has been visiting of protecting the small And the republican stiite convention here. Mr. and Mrs. Austin lluil are visand Judge O'llear says he did right. iting in Somerset. Miss Lonme Goode is visiting here Wheneer Judge O'Hear turns he A number of young folks including has to face tho story of his humilut-in- g surrender to Senator Bradley nt some youni; ladies lrom Parksvillc n lid other points and the young men the Republican Convention. His tbalHradley was "the It otp McConnnck's church enjoyed living Kentuekian" bus a bay ride given last Momlii night. greatest been received with a guffaw from The neighbors said that it sounded like- a pack of hounds and some of one end of the state to the other. them snid it in an uni otiiuioii humor, The Republican Slate Campaign loo. OiU on Cream Uidue a number oT Committee is advertising the Meloiin brothers who bolted the democratic men iind boys threw a lot of dynaticket down in Calloway county with mite into Ml. Seamore Wilson's their Munay Garotte. Judas Iscar-lo- t yard and therefore the occupants and Benedict Arnold also received were jarred considerably. Mr. Pinkerton closed a 10 das compensation for their work. meeting near Willow Grove last 'sun t.ay with good results. "Grandma Younq" McALISTER L0VELL. m e Hcr-ringtn. .fbl,-000,00- 0, tax-paye- REMIOE bi It is a little early, we admit, just to Remind You Our first shipment of i MEN'S SUITS Overcoats and trousers have come in. We want you to see them. They are the very best we've ever shown and that is saying a great deal, for we always show you the good ones. Come and Look at Them Now and buy When you Get Ready. ooooooooocoooooooooooooooooooooooooo H. J. McRoberts. 'Stanford, Kentucky. Bring Your Prescriptions HH Here To Be Compounded When your physician hns pre scribed n medicine (or you to the next Imimrtant step ii to have that prescription placed In tho hands o( a thoroughly reliable and competent pharmacist so it will be compounded exactly ns directed. Wc have gained an enviable reputation (or always !cing very careful aud painstaking In our compounding and (eel that, In nil justice toyour own good health, you should bring your next prescription hete. Here, too, you will find a complete and Inviting display o( toilet articles, rubber goods, soaps, perfumes, toilet preparations ami all standard remedies. For interior decorating we carry and recommend ALABASTINE, tho beautiful wall coating. Call and sec samples of tints und ask us about it. t.iKc, a PENNY'8 DRUG 8T6RE. ft ant Produce J. C. McClary We H. B. Northcott. T. K. Tudor. Mgr. J. L. Beazley & Co R "Grandma" Young left this world August tio. Sho was 08 years S months old. She leaves 8 children two biothcrs and one sister to mourn her loss. Mrs. Yountr wns married twice, first to Mr. Sidney Seoul lin when 17 years old. In four yenrs ufter his death she was on the 28th of August united She was to Mr. Hezekinh Young a member of the Baptist church at Shnwnnefl Itun, and lived a devoted Christian life. Cheer up loved ones sho can not we have come back to you, but the blessed assurance that if wo live sell n life, we will moot her some Loved day iu that happy home. ones, prepare to meet her, when the end comes, we may glndly pass out of this world to dwell with Jesus nnd our loved ones whero no parting or tears are known. She wns laid to rest iu Mercer county Mud Lick cemetery. One precious to their lieurts has gone. A voico the.v Iqvcd is still, n place is vacant in their home, which no one else cuu fill. The golden gates were open wide a gentle voice snid come, and nngeU on the other gjdo weomed llilr loved ono home. Earth hns lost nuo look of gladness. Heaven seems to us no moro bright, sinco the spirit of their loved one, took its happy homeward flistht. Yritten By a Friend. Stanford, Kentucky A pretty wedding was solemnized at thu home of Mr. and Mrs. It. J. McAlistcr near Crab Orchard, Ky., en the 2Sth when C. B. Locll and Miss Lilly Mne McAlistcr were united in mnrriairc, ltcv L. P. Hohorts, officiutini;. While Mrs. Laura Thomp son played tho wedding march, the attendants, Oscar Iloltzelaw and Miss Maude Estelle, McAlistcr. Marshall Newlnnd and Miss Mary Bess Iloltzelaw entered the parlor followed by liltlo Miss Hazel McAlistcr, who was earrvnig a handsome lion-in- t, preceded the Initio mid groom who in thu presence of a large number of friends and relatives took I ho vow that made them man and wife After tho ceremony the bridal par-t- j with it host of friends drove to Crab Orchard, where Mr. and Mrs. liovcll took the train for the eoulh where Mr. Lovell hns been for suii'ii venrs, engaged in school work and is now principal of a graded school at ruaililla, Ga. where they will make their home. Mr. Lovell is to be congratulated on winning ono of Lincounty's loveliest and best coln daughters who is gifted in tho art of g and is a fine artist Mid musician. Mr. Lovell is an excellent Christian gentleman, industrious and cu' pable and all wish them complete happiness and success. home-makin- k FALL CLOTHING We have received a number of new patterns from the "Pile of Style" Clothesmakers. Take a look. WT7 rerkms, CRAB ORCHARD, Kentucky. .i. a j ,ii. ,,.;' ...I'fc)...- - i.r. .Iii. ..in. J I .,!..- - --i- T mM,mmmti imrtniiiiXi ifi&w 'V. I THEJMTERWII McCREARTS SPEECH. office JOURNAL, STANFOM, KENTUCKY. TUE80AV. SCPTgMgER ato 5. 191 . tucky The Achievements of Democrats In Kentucky. Tho Democratic party Is the Party of I'roaresa tho Part of IVarn and i.aw and Order, the Tart nf Liberty and Kotial UIrIiU. given to Kentucky Ita educational ad- vantages, lis development and lis ad- vancemenl, and therefore. If Ken l, n lurk it .Trove, lnm, or not lr) oltlcn, to do all In my powti to Improve am) develop Ken- the fiincllonn of tho Icttilator and voters to tak an Interest In effect mined the lax rate ,..' didate, and la' the election, wu nutst Tska Warren County An nn example. haVK 'method ror Ihn nnmihatlAn of In 1910 lhe Jleptih)lcan .Htalo Dosrd the party candidate which will Im of Domllwillpti raised Warren ConMy life toneral participation In the elec 16 per 'rent nn lamia, town loin and lion, arid t'liolleve a primary election iMTRoimlly This mnile n raise of according to the alntulea of Kentucky the best plan to select the noml'"in,ll"ta' 'i?LfiJ,1 J"'" w?nLlu 1neea for tho various omcea, ln'1 J ,0,nl ralae for lhat m Wirnm I The statutes of Kentucky presertba the rules nnd regulations for nominatcandldntes ing In primary election ''' for State, district, county or munlcl " r'"",i "wilT a pal offlcea. Thero Is no statute regu personalty, m Iota or county on lands of r,r,r,.10fi. on town lols $313 - Mating Htito convention In ,thn can- "" " """unu the two tT s one Senator on whoso tltlo thero I nn Wain, hnd on whose record there U nn Mht " Why wa It necessary to say It seems anything on that auliject Jti mo that If tin' hour of eulogy had have been more sp arrived It would proprlate fur Uradley to havo e O'llear, as hn had Jut heen nominated as the Ilcpuhllcan caldlilati for Oovcnior Judge O'Rear't Resignation as a Judge of the Court of Appeals. Judge O'llear In Ids KlIraucMiluwn speech, to oxuuo hlm.elf for not to-- , algnlnn the oltico Lf Judgo of 1 I)) ,ml l"'n":r'llc r"18 !!e.'J'bJ 1JU in against the Republican record of As assassination, bloodshed and ilinii Kuril of law I present tho Democratic rwoni lor peine, strin rcr.nrii ur im man we, anil rosiect tor arm maintauanco Xt law and order As against a ttnaaury with only 33SJIK3.EJ amii 'he state timiald warrant niUiKllllinjt In July lltsl III 1I1S1K02 per cent Interest. I prcsiiii liearliiK iniuc7 ,l. .,.). ''' '"',' ,u,"i'; ... ....- - ib iw ..... ab tne msta tu mir on ,. thn $100 It will be , seen that this ,.. ,.. . ... for . ini.i raise ,,., . ntlotH Success Is a ly preatly promoted for all ami aVe eqnnl right ror none, ann yean, of apodal privilege glvtn to all Democrat to f thn r.n Court fi.r Oovernor. rcl'rrnl lows. . My illsltiu-ulshcolro hold uti ofllco of d of A, J, .... .Win "t'" to ni a Ml a-- i- i annil ' yeara has adileii over iis.uuu in taxes paid tn the stato alone. Aa tins raise nlso affects county, rlty and district aouuiicas IIIC.. raise mui.ru nn , ,i ,.,-inr.l iinriinsMI . in(.. ., W. ., ",''"". JhB ',, ..,: ii. ' So It n that for all pur- pf Warren County platform liose tho citirfins As against Ilnptibllcnn two year, be-- j pled if ph and pronils.e that have been have bad to pay, In the about Jfi.ftoO f broken. Democrats presont a record ciuso of these raise, taxes nlmwlng all pledge and promlnea additional n Kentucky Is. a A ocrelgnj faithfully compiled with. I call ntten-tlo- State long people will hold leading the to thn racord which hIiow that publican- - responsible .for the1 record the I Unto debt wa about mm million they have made In Kentucky when came l.... I.tiffli .nTil lira In llm I'niiltnl dollars, before, tho. Democrat -, Into power m i3oo, ami was wiped h3Vn...j . " iiwmiiuiutMi niiiiw i wuuni mn "" rt litilntuM " by Demncni mia1. iti -" Z, ' V."' , In tho trrnaury of a million dollnn. "1 , -- i: ll ". " ' V V', .V. L"11... , , "'" nnd tlnmi UnmiblMii Uavnrmir Wtll .,"'" iiroiu?, I'iyviii"' IHJIH..IJ sou wan Inanguratoil the stato is in v' I j.rl.lnfnri. in pnmt on ' Ih eYt!ry PetmJrrntlc colinty In detit more Hum i ni'llton of ilnlltta way to their respective oftlclnl Kentucky primary elections are held A Domooratlo lglsl.itoro established tle tft noinliiale the Coffti't? 'offlcerw abd two Hlaio Normal Uchuids for the dutle Tien soldier and r.itllng guns and training of th,i of tho State, oa nil u us1 ' wer pbiceil on the Cipltol urery Htato' smith df Kentucky holds primary vlitinna to- nominate county appropriations fur their grounds, whrli the and mad flov'- imilnHHul!H and w'bllhed Uh State ernor. i rowanlly nsjaiflnafd and and Stato officer- -, nnd many of tho tttn.aa nt,.ll. nn.l Hfnnl.l-hHhj afproprlafd irosveptUy. ami mXy and State oflliers In Thp common Itei'UliJIcjitine made no prptoat. and na(c lll0(r luonay for lU byi-fln nnn to wive tue aamaaia mad" irlronl law of Kentucky wan enae'ed of tlit OflTernOr nrreatH and when) i.rttqhry ele.ctronil. mnnffig afeo, A Ig1latnre. and all tin-- nsmsRlns nr nrotiuht to Justice i -- ,..., vvf r,t n,.n.AM there w,--i a con by a n...DA. llm Imptnvomant aatd taer. an-i- l fa oil mid and rontlrted. a. UaimMlonn cIePt ( pmnkfort and Tm1vll!e and IUs for nduwHttwi , cwaf tttfouyb Unvw-itp- triad iNiplntv-them. ( rllt'uil.n on 'primary elections DiMucrtU l(iiHlitUu. A LiU'icft!f Ttiere la nothing il.arrr tn onr , 0 tin,t onfl fax0rd primary elec the lleoldg Lte Iban that Itet.ybl p bav no tlullg Mli - a (Vmfeder-uti- . Tsore pmient lecl fWnrty, BrftrMt fmrfeht. of anyflilnif they have!, TUrt statc j,0,u&cratir Kxecuttve J learn, wftii frMtr apuroprtairous ilmie to Reni J5?f .' """UCominJlUn ordered n primary elwllon for the ort ( (VuXuJcrst imianr be bufi 0 tll) Jlnlt (Ii1V 0, Julv n, and qae,J iv far in Vnnt hwrmJ!H!Jt, 1911, In eer prerlnet of the State wwtety and fmnM waaKIni: or flu; rhtWriMt'r J1im Dl- under the prtjiiir cluthin law of the mad It a Stat InatHWMn, nnd en riepubltaana Are Endeavorlno. To vert Attention of Voters From Slnl of Kentucky to nominal rail lanmd (b .VatraMlltiinU tMoartmavt m Their Record. Idhlafcs'for tn Sffite otflres and a na lo Lacluda ficfatry and In Jhla j United Stale Senator, Ona of the princtji.il lawm-a Normal School tlor ami eMar-bI 'was nomfnated a were art the at nkfnrt, jfy'. for wtmA popl. ramrmlfh la, Shall the Repuhllertn IH IW reeord tn KentnrXy 'Other Democratic candidate for Stlte i. atifr.Mrlatthaw fnr MUfty. and IM tM I'alted itatu If given a otllces. at tliu primary election hsld lt mait4i-nrsf- k olertlon of July 1. 1311. anordlnc to the plan FlpikJiMM Cam Refer ta No Denft- - ixw bw at power b Ue taw hlKheat , sitKnfited iy .lodge O'llear as a KJWbHiB cjuidlaatsa to ol.il Ltgtalasn. and Tlietr Rw odh., arul Uiu pot upon them t' nil of isarhlne rule, eweiit thai the ..--rd OCMN,Ht Ocrve In- seal of auproval by tbe people, , State did no' pay the x,mmmmi, Imii recently dorjt.mcnt. awl tell them to raiiew and revlro tb ' tho Dnqprntlr pat9rm Re'pubtlcaiiH tu. rl"r ! no e?.zU-thi- oHlraaea aad and Imr ' ailnpteit at tne State nelnocratle con contain a resotu'Wi (leelm oiiRieaSlfJd hn. '"! by thent In nannte lattatton wkJrh they have up lng In fator of a dir.t fuln(r Wr KuftUtck? ha. iaoiwaa-- 4 Ouoa httia uul advocjated? Inflf" nt the iniMli- etpetne tlon Keiiutilieaw are wittoril)R to U4U.A to ritMMal .AtM- How Were Judae O'Rcar and His attvatloii of oters tram tho un HKbtMott bur-daTicket Nominated? m L.ih made. iwmllalni mard of Uiri(n r benefited by Judge Olli-aand hi asaorlatel'on both In the State and the Nation' hi Mr ay. . or tho Hrpiiblbaif ticket were nominated ItiteHiniC Imlnaterlal Irreletmnt Tb racorst akow-aaaiwosVr. a IiopIiir tu draw by a convention Iield In Ixmlsvllle unftJiptHirtrtl ne iijllltary blsiury, i .hleh Ky. He wrot tlie platform, ami hn tli- lor nllv mjlltla lo the iieople away from main queatlons tha provision of the platform and have Ute cnmimigu pitched on any Hum iad a baft yaarx under (JoveriKir aet forth In tho iieople Wills' iMOUBtk if r7",t.".t ST. or an aide (inestlona I liellove nnd Intelll w are In th mainhia candidacy the noiinrimoiit of three .the requisite virtue Kvrax MfisMlltiuv imt tear uf KHuce' to rid the jiolltlca of tho State , months before the convention wn." . 3W 16. ir an 4 na lost In held. According to the stntemeutK of and Improper eipendliur.- - per ywir of S 7.333 79 of demurnlUIng ' Ke'publk-anhe named the candidates fur tin- - four but yars of Covernor lluence. nnd Democrat will see that ' Itepubllrana are held resiionslble for to be nominated for the various Stato lle.'kham'a admtnisiratbm. both In State nnd in Na- offices, nnd he nlso named the ehalr-tlona- t TIiim U. will bw tha' tb ltepulr-Himi- their nc man of thn State convention nBalra. About expeiiix nrtrl) 'ill timia an Kcpnbllrnn otcd In the much for o,ctli mtlltlii In three jenra Clean Politics and No Bosses or Hcan convention which nominated half a Deniuer.ith lupemlod in and OJte.tr Over lUO.OOO Demo- four yoaia. of rle.ni Ju,K Olpd ll..i.nlu,9.. n I.. In tin. Iirltttriri Cmts mo much ban Uliicn Mid In tbc politic, nnd opposed to 008314 ma-" In which I and other Democratic calidl newspapor uUmt uxremtlturfs for chines or rings. tntlltla, I have lie.-- attked to stato When I had the honor to bo Cov- dates for the Stato offices were nomitho eipndlture for active militia ernor heforo no Republican or any nated. Very llttlo porreptlon Js required to (lit- - four year I was (ioteruor, and I other man ever charged thnt thero nnlnlnnllnn havo obtained Uio Mtutemeut from the witi- - Ikoecs. rlnca or machinm nt mat see that Jlldce fl'ltl-ar'Auditor' ottlce. hliowlus that for the lnXi. tue noiiiixiaiion oi tne otner can- on the Kepubllran four years I was (lo ernor thero was ticket Im his Htieecii at Kilt- - 'll'latea Jn.lc oxiK'iided for tho active mlllMa trip.! tn nniiear na the I Wked far more Ilka boss rnle and lu.llilnwn I machine rule than my nomination and or $6,100 17 per annum, bolng apostle of good government nnd pure one flftLenth .im mueli nur an mini uh u lengtn ;;" . "rai . " ." rin i mils and he gpoKe atIkiss "'niocrauc ticket Dy n primary under the prvsont llepulillran admin- uiK,t political machines nnd rule ul iNtratlon ciruuuii i.. tr .!,. I haro been ajiki'd nliio lo erer ,,ler? M ' ""r State a fair it.ite how Theao are' stramtn utterances lira1 many day I was aliitit from the Republican who has voted so often to Primary election wherein the people. asnnd uninmienred, State dtiritiR ray four eam' wervice Indorse National Republican rule. uncontrolled as Covornnr The record rIikwr was which has rongpleuou for the sembled at their respective voting abkeiil from the Htate during my support of nnd machine-- ) ''a7a JnJ nominated candidates of term thirty-fou- r Un, and the ruled Republican States. 'h.e r cho'M- wa. a' the Democratic HUlo paid to the l.lentrnant Covernor tale 'lrtlmnr.r elect,on neld on tne m When a Republican speaks In favor for that period J (02. while the pres- of cleun olltli-- and against machines aa oru J,ul' 'i8,1- ent Republican Covernor ha been ale after the record made by the Repub- Turbulent Times and Disgraceful aunt from tlm Stato 2.1V days, and llcnn party In Kentucky Illinois, New Scenes. ve nil rnmpmhor thr. ln,lnlAn. Muutenant Covernor Cut ha drawn Vork. I'cuusylvjuln. California and in i time ...,., o....j I. and uiKurncemi srenes tna' for this tlrno $4,25010 for acting iih o t, ,n. ,ol Covernor, the pur diem belni; fl7.SU. garded as one or the wonders of the markeU Kentucky history about ten uar "K- - wnen motley crowd of and Covernor Wlllson drawing the ..rtK..ltlme Vnr vars New York. New aamo amount for the same 2:i!) duy. Connecticut Republicans marched lo our State Cap Jersey, Massachusetts. The record nlno shows that the and Ohio were under bona rule and itol, and cannon wero placed In the section of thu last Republican machine control until a majority of tbeCapftol wounds and legislators and platform adopted in 1907 pr'unlte.l the voters determined to overthrow Judge of the. Court of Appeals were that If put Iu power Repuhllcaii would bosses and machines, nnd Democrats driven to tho flty of Ixmlavtllo for Bafely and protection. Where was Judge "reiltim the taxes to tliu luwont nnd Republicans rose In their majesty with an eitllcJunt and jiower and overthrew Republican O'Rear then and why did he not raise Of the Stalo govern rule nnd placed Democrats in tontrol hi voice then as now for clean politics and law and order Why did he rue nt " Moro tlian three years and a of the States I hnve named not rofer to theso time In his plathalf of tha Republican administration I know there Is no boss rule or ma form, adoptoj by bag panned and we have not heard chine rule In Kentucky at the present vention,, as did the Republican conDemocrats In their anything mora about thu proponed re- time unless It Is In tho Republican Platform, adopted by tho Democratic duction In taxea. Thu people, how- party. There are some Republicans ever, Imvo felt a movement of tho waa n Republican convention? While I am speaking of the late Recharacter, Thero baa been no who believe there last State Hepubmachine when the direct Increase. In tho tax rate, but It llcan convention was held nt Louis- publican State convention I must refer to conspicuous ovents In that con- was necossary to ralso money to pay ville, and the roller was run fventlon, which have attracted wide at- tho Increased rxpenseH Inaugurated over a worthy slr.tm and soldier by Republicans, and they have reaort-o- other prominent candidates In order That convention approved and Into an Indirect method of raising to carry out the "plftn and specificaJhe ra,to. Thu Hepubllcan State Hoard tions" determined upon by the boaaes dorsed the Republican administration of the affairs of the State and all of Equalization Increased tbe valua- of the Republican party. means employed by that administration of property as turned In from the State-WidPrimary Elections The tion for, the preservation of law and counties. Take the years 1910 and Remedy. order. "and although Judge O'Rear Is In several coun1911 as examples. s Judgo0'Rear said In his Elizabeth-tow- said to have criticized Governor ties this raise lias been aa great as "State-widmilitary exploits, ho waa quick primary speech; 2S per cent and tn other countlt-- a 20 I to get on the platform which Indorsed the remedy for bosslsm pur cent, and IK per cent aud 12 per election tho very thing which he was the first counties and machine rule, etc." coal. Iu 1910 nluety-thralways been an advocate of to criticize and denounce. I have wuro raised, the average raise being A conspicuous omission of the conabout 12 per rant. In 1911 seventy-tw- o primary elections. vention which nominated my distinAbout right months ago twenty-si- t counties have been raised, thn average raise betog a little more than 9 Democratic candidate for the State guished opponent and other members per cent. Thu It will bo seen that offlcea met In Louisville by invitation of tho Republican tlcltat waa that the while the State tax rata wa not actu- of the Democratic State Executive uuicgBieii uiu am aeign to mention in ally Increased, the rtttult waa the Committee to consult aj to whether tbe convention or In tho platform the candidate name or tbe present Republican Oov- Democratic aania In these counties aa It It had the State .bijcu raised an average of 12 per cent should be nominated by a State con ernor or Kentucky. The most dramatic event average of 9 in 1910 and an waa equivalent per cent ventlon I or by a Stato primary elec- publican State Convention In that Re was Judae advocated a primary election to rats-lu- tion. In IUU. Thla the Htate tax rate on these coun- and I used argument now presentoJ O'Rear'a undertaking to eulogize San ties from f0 cents on tba 1100 to 6S, by Judge O'Rear In favor of the prl ator Uradley by declaring while he cents In 1910 and 54 M cent ia 1911. mary election. I said In addrnaalnr was making a speech: "I am proud to aayBradley that despite Tba Legislature, with tba approval the Democratic State Executive Com Um of Saaator raaclilrurtoaa of the lobby, there of the Covernor, baa the power to In- mlttee, "If we wish the Democratic crease tha tax rU, bat tha Republican Uos4 oC Kquallxfttloa usurped n If-jcl- rKWrtnff.SS Wir"1 ,I"' 8U,,, ,,rom,,,,' fatVTate1' Ka,Ml M rPnU T,t.t1 ,, "' ' '":,"' "? .":.:".: .'.j:.r:. '.:.. ";y '"'" ",,.5.. "r --, ,,-"duly-electe- ., 1 nomlnatlnc the candidate, they will fupport at tho general elec tlon am encouraging to the voter The humblest Democrat bo as much rleht to participate In the nomination of Democratic fltato officers a the mort prominent and Influential I)em ocrnt. and tht farmer In Ilia country with the should have equal chance Democrats In n tow'n or 'city. Come parative y fw perasn attend convintlotii, and often 100 person, or a lefts number. In a court- hotue convention chooso delegate or Instruct for candidate, while ' 'aevernl thousand Democratic voters of the county are absent at their homes, Advantage of Primary. xhi government should be brought to the peoplo, nnd thero ran be n0 tiokses or rings or machlnin In con- nectlou with a iirlmnry legally and .n !...- -. k.l..H.i .. !. lnn. . "; " ."?, ;" mih-jiassist In court-hous- nil) as rea.e .winmia. o nr, iiu i.u " Wlin aomu liroiu, i.in. algned from that pojltlon, nnd I hope ho will not resign " If Judge O'llear had asked rm about this, I would hno proveVf I1 "'''V11,' owor ' . . wn him from mlsruproHenUng mi-- . President of tho American Peace and a luu Arbitration League, which has mcmbcrshln In nrlou Statos, and whoso main object is tho tctUcmrnt of dlsagreoinents without Intornntlonnl wnr by an International arbitration tribunal. (JoM-fno- ' ".".' "'""."" "'"., ' -- Whan I decided to be a candldato I wa nwlllltiK to bold for that office and not attend to it duties vthllo n candidate for (Jovernor, and I resigned, to lake iffcct January 1, 1D11 My assodatert tried for a while to keep me In office, but my realftna- accented and I re- tlon cived 'no pS from th . nrtt day of January. 11)11 The letter of the Gun- r w. '. :1 u.i.1 .irrnntlnc mv Ari.iir..iiMti ijmt-m- , resignation' IS as follows "APrll 20, 1011. "Hon, Jame 11. McCr.ary, Hlchmond. ... ..ml Mh Ain..ir.n im Prasldont, resigned as a tl0Bi ,nd ,hoatf nol b, nA, t juage or wo niipreme uourt or nev hrtwn nolltlcal Dirties. York th day that ho crepted the d tMon lhe ett,ngon of tha pret. i...in..mii.ii. lor Bpplleu tO the leinit:r.l Joc,, opt0n an nis aaiarrwiia i..ei per annum. u pheld aV) of ,(Uon,( whrh nM U....-I...court i''"'i nj "frrcsioeni. 01 .... our highest ...., ....n valid and con- :"" "'."""..by ..,..., . Jersey, ri'Mgiieu Princeton University the day" that he , anil ,n .,, m.,. m.- - j,. accepted tho nomination fur Governor termlne for themselvi whether spirit i)f New Jemey, although ho was rr-may be olvlng $10,000 per annum as Presi- uous, vlnou or malt liquor therein dent of the university, and hi salary sold voted for nnd I endorsed every I at Governor was llttli- - moro thnn half reel Ion of this platform, and It I n" he received as I'resldont proper I u. nhauld say In this conneci,n rK entticky, voted rr tion that t paneed for the first loc.ll MR"n n(,omc,Cof by the Kentucky Judgo when option law n Dfitri. Legislature In 1874, I then being n Iia tinman. nil Ilia nttnlnntlin ocratlc candldato for Judgo of tho Ilcprraentatlve from Madison County. Court of Appeal At ft local option election held In , Ju(, I mi h. :H..b(.lhlown Richmond n was absent n"''1"!; Ktwl.rh m1n lonirthv .Ipfrn.n nf my duties Senator at Washington Senator Hradley'a alleged untainted except the. local option election held title lo hi seat na United Stati-- Sen- - March 3 last, nnd on that day was ator, and said- "Senator McCrcary, compelled to lie In Uulsvllle to atHenry Watterson, Ollln Jamos, Colo- tend n meetlntt of the State Demonel John Allen and Colonel Prank cratic Kxecutlvo Committee called tor Fehr and a number of other noted that day by the chairman, the main oft the was ." Y."i ."--. ' "K"l,k"J business of which which toI call advobnd primary election "?. r:"lK!"" r. "u"' "Ll" Inr ever you ant to call them, and cated, nnd In which 1 was deeply McCrcary never onro asked them terested to change their vote1? from him, IndiAt the recent Democratic State cating that be was willing to receive convention I advocated at tho Demotho vote of theso four Democrats, who cratic) candidates' meeting a declara- , 'i.n 1,1 n roil In thn nlatfortn In Judgo i afterward oted for Hradloy O'llear could havo avoided mlsrepro' !faor of extension of tho present local '""'"" '"' """ "u ""u n"1" "" l" option law. ana u whs "s.- -' ami was 11 him the facta the ,Democrntle randldat.'s orm not " Kentucky during tho ' (lie yemocratlc p at t lmtwt-eneckcontest thg patform of principle Dcm- ant and I.radley for United State ocnt appeal to all Kentutklans, Irre- ,Ml ' wa? '? Washington at- st)CCtlvJ of prPVlmia polttlr.nl aflllla. , ...ntrt nur Slate ticket and to my duties an a United ; 8tatis Senator, and I now have in my i,,,nnrratlc candlilatcs. possess on a letter from Hon, (iu , 0.jlelr h8 flpoch at May- Ilepresentatlve from ItlcliartlBon. f 0Rn tne 3tgt iay of AURIISl nsked .,e?',";,,'I mo to answer the following questions fc for liurui,.Bl t.. .,.. 2. NOTICE OF" SALE! ...,. !' Lincoln Circuit' Court nut. i,i... fuse ThrcsliliiR Mnrliine Co., Plaintiff v A. 15, Unstin, Defend- I. J. &i I'ursunnt to n jutltmotil of sale rcnilcrcil in the nbovo slylctl rnuse At the .May term, 1911 of sni.l court lhe umlcrsiffned will mi Sntnrtlnv September J'Jth J Oil, nt nbont 2i30 V. M., on tho farm of IinU Ieyri0i,Jft' aliont orm linlf milo from lleo Lick on the Crab Orchard and Somerset mm, offer for aule at public outcry lo the Inpliest ninl liott luilder the lollouinif dcxeiilicd tiersoiuil (iropcr IV, lo-w- it s - "One .1. I. Case Threliiii machine f oinpuiiv's 7r horse power truitmii" vm;iiiv, No. 'J3,ll)7, one engine call, lojttllier Willi nil the needul took, belt's ninl nil uf llu- - npptirli-iiiiiiepthereunto heloiiiii, to innk" n rums Seii-nto- - ple! e engine jntketcil lioili r cotitrae-lo- r ,fiiel hunkers, freight v. lire's, ninl lou 4els of trucks, purl fpliciit tongue tlonlilo trees nml week tlkt" The xniil property is now located it' the plnre where sftlu wil' nceitr nml in Pulaski, county. The nid properly will lie sold on ie j .1 credit of l m.v moiillis, ami lliis pur-chaf- er f""1' I.r.,1 - ??&" 11L.,. ,l 11 It n. ..i.i... . re u , . . . ,, tachr L- - Dttrratr ,. lll'iri- vte btnie Urtrty-aflVe- I I lutra a a1 al , rwn-aul- a I d etriursnr n .lkWt. sm t Ken-tmii- y r i atp-ndUu- ( e a $79.-ltS.1- ih i ) Hepuh-Machine- I o "" I ....... " " I 1 Ih-c- en-tir- o boss-ridde- .hlr-toent- h d e n Will-son'- e e g - O'J 1 liniiHipr.it c tiatlorm at tue oiaw Tin', Aiuu-- t '"Jlli. 191.1. . IT. H. SArriXy.SneeJal (mn'r. on the 15th 1 ill. Lut I. win b.iv nu aiVeiflr.tliynm In favor' Of tile crW. S. Drye & Co. tenslon '0f the present local option law o us applied to the tle of liquors, and EMOALMERS thn rtin eitljfiis of each and every UNDERTAKERS county In the State may determine, for Hustonvllle, Ky. themselves whether spirituous, vinous may ijo som tiiorom Telcphorie In Office mult llquora f.. The?e are tbe exutt worus oi iuu ntetform JOHN COOK Statc Dcmorratic nJ.Jlifatfs.n (nmi tlmn ill. 1! '"i ? Veterinary Surgeon aod dentist. ago wnen tup m"1""1 , u , " , Specialist on all horse and animal ' HowrMy Vf prominent arid" regard it a the best disease. Stanford, Ky. Phone 194 t aiui, a rrjwfueiR. linmy atkiJowletUje re. question. ' would not vote for Herkliatn you Plan cJpt of JK oWae. Voursuty. mm mlll 0I1 the ""d I bad no Influence with, 1,,, naked Demoarntjo conven- ...,.,.,,., to ,ee ,,1Pm. Ml, ANDRJ n llrMPfiltl'T ( of day of the State i t lutm iinn tin milJlRhed account A4&t fM abb hftAH ihni democratic candiI" thiaTliions I haw miie tomj views of tli, Stnto would have known opuonoot. I only .Mr. dates for office, ho all tacts and correct ..nHsrepn. that I nml m.A. tho other candidates "l . Il ;'i Z.2.7.. i iui nr or. state oim-e"His lonjs pulilic " In iwluet. Uifl dutle of rn JmynrtAiit of- - j swtatlons. to all Kwi'uckians. careerI for tendlnK the county unit law Is familiar and Be uhfl 1 waa a iruitd4 fwr say nuthkifl to dlaparniw what- - 4 Judge O'Rear says he proposes, ir ,ai)d.LlcL i betlvviM mM toil- - would in- moi mertt ho ha dlsp.ayed. or to de- - elected Oovernor to remove theKeH- i.mtf nc&cl our .voar tilt n hlu ua,liii Irnaf nirtr flllnie of tllfl HutlOT lobhl inallied lob- stioufd noi have referred to Judae i tutdty Leslelature. and Us O'llear holding jm ofllee while a can- ntan. The Democratic Platform. bles. apd aaks lue what I propose to rafer-v.n- a You do not need a didate for (iov ernor but fttr Ida Tho Pomorratlc rlatform adonte.1 do bout It? My answer Is qs stated iti nut. Is as LARGE SUM al convention held at l.outa- - In the Democratic platform, and JudKe, O'llear hM been. accordltiR to al his own statement, a Judge of lliu ville. Ky-- , AugHSt 15, reaffirms time follows: with which to opert "I favor such laws as will under , Democratic Court of Appeals fir olevan years He tried and appropriate penalties destroy all corhas five )oars to sorve as Judgo be- doctrines, and It antiounccK bank account with the rupt lobbying seeking to Influence any Tor fore lilg present term oxplres ,,. i,iMn.. tPffiRiQtlvn iiodv In tho commonwealth ii r. two ears it has heeu current!) reI indorse the platform which was on tho subject of legislation, or the ported Judgo O'Rear would bo a canIt repre- - election of ofllcers by It. or In nnj didate for Covernor, and for a num- adopted by the convention. nnd I will do all in ber of mouths before the Court of Ap sunta tho principles of the Democratic other matters" am Governor, to carry peals adjourned for the prut-esum State ticket nnd presents the policies my power, if I out fully the statements m inis sec- mer recess be did not perform the that will be upheld. the Judge, but was actlvel en- - ' Speaking with candor and dellbera- - tlon of countyDemocratic platform, and duties of unit Is not Pnncted at gaged maklug speeches and conduct- - tiou, 1 can say that in my opinion no lf tha ' lng his campaign and consulting with oetter or more appropriate or pro - 'ine ur WOB,UM 1 You can start with $1 bis political supporters, and be will bo greilve declaration of principles was I am Governor. Leglslnturo shall be I whether the or more, deposit as ofabsent from his duties as Judge dur- ever made In Kentucky by an earnest. into oxtra session to con ing the months of September and Oc- Intelligent, patriotic body of men. rep-- called ten as you wish, and tober. Tho average man will Fee resenting the Democrats of every part sider It. in any amount. Call Judge O'Rear asserts In very strong Judge O'llear's situation and the diff- of the State. I shall not nt this time discuss at language what be will do with the iculty,, of- discharging his duties as to see us. Judge during the jears he was prepar- length each section of the platform. I , Legislature lf the members do not ing to bo a candidate for Covernor, hope It will be read and carefully con- - obey his dictation, and It Is proper In to say that each - $100,000 Capital when voters, whose pupport he de- sldered by each voter. It Is sufficient i this connection sired, had cases beforo him In the for me to refer briefly to the subject I branch of the Legislature is certain to Surplus $100,000 be Democratic and will be more In Court,. of Appeals iwhlclfluvolved their matter of most of the sections platform, The Democratic property, liberty or life. They will after ismpathy with a Democratic Gov-tlo- ernor than anew our faith In and devowith a Republican also notice that during the months CorfltfNMttaCoUrt-loiJs- e to the Judge O'llear engaged In an active and eternal ernor. prluVlplea of our party, and reaftl'm-- , I will canvasa for the nomination and in the Before I finish my speech Stanford, Ky. ing our faith In successive platforms a8k Judge O'Rear to answer some lm-o- f campaign after his nomination, although not performing any of the the partv ond especially reaffirming portant questions, but they will be duties of his office as Judge, he drew our faith in snd devotion to the Nation-- more appropriate when I discuss an- the 6nlnry of that office, which amount- al Democratic platform adopted at other question, ed to $5,000 per annum, or J4iq per Denver. Colo.. In the ear 1908, de- Republicans Have Seized Some of th month, and announces' that he will not clares In favor of a direct primary Most Important Principles of Both resign unless elected .Governor, and election, the passage of a corrupt State and National Demothat he will appoint his own succes- practice art, a more efficient system cratic Platform. sor, and not have his successor ap- of public schools, woman's suffrage In Republicans after yeara of opposipointed by Governor Wlllson. It Is school elections, abolition of the lob- tion to Democratic policies and prinno excuse for him, as stated by some by, the creation of a State utilities few years of his friends', that In all tho history commission, uniform accounting sys ciples have In the last seized some of the most Important of Kentucky no other Judge uf the tem, highest court of the P'ate has ever Selertlon of the I'rlson Hoard by ' Principles and policies advocated by ui dono before aa the. Jurist candidate of the Governor Instead of by the Gen- - Democrats in tvent ucay ana Na-btho Republican party I now doing, erul Assembly, subject to confirmation the most Important principles In platforms. i tlonal Democratic the Senate nnd that this Is the first act of that ... tue kind, and therefore should be overReform of our tax system by sub - , "any .uj ..On approved security .y ... M.w. mlttlng to a vote of the reoplo wheth JIUUI1LUI1 O.U.U llfailW.llt looked. nave The Cases Cited By Judge O'Rear Are er or not they desire to adopt an of principles which Democrats among whenever conditions amendment tn our State Constitution advocated for years, notable Not Analogous to Hia Case. them being Improvement ot our eou- nf iim The cases cited by Judge O'Rear to hroa.ipnini, iho mm-riAssembly so that It may tlasslfyJ catlonat system, revision ot our tax excuse him for holding the office and Preferwarrant system, better roads, divorcement of diawlng the salary of a Judgo of the property for the purpose of taxation. charitable Institutions and nt n nnnnrimonf nf tti.ni. renal Court of Appeals. while' a candidate ence, of course, being for Covernor are not in point, and are lag. providing for competent Inspec - ! from politics, thorough Inspection of, UOa. oiuih ytwiiUJ, uiuiuauuu ui inuui uo- not analogous to hts case. Mayor Head discharged Wise, and conservative laws as will Pu.teB. prohibition of peonage and all the given to our regular It may duties of Majpr while a candldato for encourage road and bridge building. I 'ave 'rllffl(-- j Organization and among , h8 connection that the first local Governor. Hon. Ren Johnson attenddepositors b,y a Democratic ed to all of his duller as a Congressfarmers and laborers of the State, tlon !aw ' Pa man while a candidate for Covernor, and the enactment of such Constltu-- ' Legislature in 1874 and approved by a Governor, nnd Hon. Ollte James, while a candi- tlonal laws as will protect them from, Democratic Republicans have also eagerly selred date for United States Senator, attend- the greed of the trusts and monopolies ed to all of his duties as a member of of the country, which are the direct i planks in Democratic National plat- ..IV Congress, and neither of tbeso three fruit ot Republican legislation. tortus, 1I11H WHS 11UIBU. men had cases before thorn In which Favors laws for the protection from when Republican! declared for Govtho voters were Interested, whose sup- accident and Injury of all laborers en- ernment regulation of railroad rates, port they dvilred: and It may be also gaged In hazardous employments, and for this waa written in three National said of Judge I'ayntpr, when a candia wise, conservative law regulating the Democratic platforms, beginning with date for United Stales Senator only a arbitration of labor strikes and dls the platform of 1896. short time. he. remained Iu Prankfort putea. The election of United Statea Senand.atlcmled. regularly to Ida duties Opposition to all mobs an 1 lynch- - ator! by direct vote of the people baa as juogo, Inga, and severe penalties on all offl - been advocated by Democrats for a Jlldza O'Rear srema tn Imvu wra who fall to protect prisoners en- - quarter or a century. I looked entirely the seventh plank In the trusted to their keeping. Reciprocity in trsue waa aavocatea itepuoiican p.atiorm. wpicu lie- wrote and fe lby tha founder of the Democratic Law prohibiting peonage himself, according to his own admls- - male slave traffic, regardless of color. party, Thomaa Jefferson, nearly a cen '011- - anU hlch provides that the Ju Election of United States Senators tury ago. and waa endorsed by aeveral UIL,u "i "' ataia in uotn tne cir- - by direct vote of the people. Democratic National convention!, and STATO, SRTUCST. I cult and Appellate Courts should be Enforcement of the laws and rule of waa advocated by the present Repub' chose" on nonpartisan grounds, and tbo people. President, who called a apeclal lican 'lhe continuance In office of faithful Religious and civil liberty and unal- aeaalon ot Congress In order to secure the paaaage of the Canadian recipJu?lcll servants should be , deter- - terable opposition to raising any mined by no 'other quallflcatloaltkan teat aa a qualification for bold-ta- rocity measure. ' fitness. Publication ot campaign contribu oflco. Judge Parker, of New York, wfee-Soclareo temperance la essentially- tions before tho ohtctlon has been ad lomtnated as the Democratic ,1, and social que- vocated by Danocrahi for a number of ""i"- - I.""- - "- '"" nd t im. 3; , Vice - . -- - " Clark. rerilLrmini; tin. '..iiao. juiir res-nfl I0" a"' c'rfum.',,a"cos iBJinUon a.Tre'9flQ'ht of tlm American (J ""-'- " " l'ya ond ArhlUaUiin lajft e wa ac xlntcul ni nn litfilurttAI Trtitn nf fllM CalOa r(..,..Tf TnA4r. h.i.t m Mr rfnW I I" aluti havo a litter In my posse :,m... Anrii iiV - - ' alon from Hon. Oeorgo T, HarriK, In .i .. i.i.k i.n ..Auu. OV'.... ..n...u.,...l . -rjir tail - tr. .-m Vlco I'rtMiuui utaru Ufcunau ine . .7?v . vstulv lo nut vnte fnr vou. bh tniiler ..." I. t, I,,,,I nccP,' moiftta. Iu. tfo year, and Mr. Clww tho- u,r5um e,lf,u;e offlce, . nr tha .1 i .na com- Uecklmm waa a candidate. Laa'imip. . j UiiaUljttua vole of Ui Wyil Wy with ioiir rrqumt, mid did p to ur'recelo.Her.to Pret n "" "" '"";. i "-- '"" " '' "' .. will he reqtiiretl to tnve bond for the piircliiiHe price, with npprov-e- d si'OiintV, pnyiible to the eommHsioner, nnd benriii? six per cent intrtrt from ddtf of sale lie will first offer llio Trnrtion cnirnio nml itppurlepiincu-- t us u whole mid will tliuu offer for nle the five Iruoki, nml will then offer tlid cnllro property hS'u whole, inii will nrcetit the hid wliielt renlizc the most mohcy ,v, commnbn-i.tu..vll- 1 ,- . iJtri I J". i .?-- ""-:""- ' .'. v 'w ZZ u :;;. "'t".;n s ' hi." ZmZtouVlt i" 1 T'TLtJV Hot-r-rho-- .. frtt-r- t. k Hollar j lm' To Start ! tlmo-honoro- a .. Lincoln County , ' National Bank i "'7, ,',,, .',; 1 I - g n time-honore- d 1 y WE MAKE LOANS it V -- nnrni nd tanWIn l. State Bank m nr. Trust (o. ' g a I gia,iyra:.:. , - mm v'r" KENTUCKY. " r 'i,v' V'tj " "'"lv.M THE INTERIOn JOURNAL. STANFORD. ? r hlpjuin tariff nho.!ulo ever years, and vm supported both by cuso being that tariff revision should under tho the world Ctd not mention tho farmer or labor - nflDIIJP A PHI A I FlIHTD DICHC I ICC bctnoctkm and Republicans at the i wait until report nre made on the known In n mi msi iur men. urn mo louriccuiu juan ui . Urllllllll itUIIIrlL. Ul flail IllUIlt) Lll ! promised Itcpiiuncans different tariff chmtulna l.v n tnrlff lute session of Congress and passed. t re-- tho Democrats plntform Is n follows to bonrd composed of men who have nn Nntlonnl contest for The great and conspicuous differ.Is the tariff downward In tho Inter "Wo favor organization nnd more capacity nnd no better Informs ence bt wetn Democrats nnd RepubDAILY AT THE KENTUCKY STATE FAIR J ney uon nmnng mo rnrmcrs nnu mo moor- est of tno consumers tion on tho than licans s regards the pledges or dec- of the Ways tariff Monnathe members It upward In tho Iniercst nt i revised ers of tho State, nnd tho enactment of muiop'iCommittees and n do In their platforms Is larations in manufacturers, but in doing such constitutional laws ns will pro-that Democrats nro faithful to tliolr which rrjwrted the bills to which I lies nnd mnuo pininer nnu cirarer m tect them from the greed nnd opprei' nis tney have referred. pledges nnd carry them out. while President Taft Is the first President tho peoplo thnn ever before Hint tno Man of tho trusts nnd monopolies of havo boon Conspicuous tor true Democratic doctrine ns to the tho country, which nro the direct fruit In all the r Irokcn pledges and disregard of vetoed tho history of our Republic who tariff Is that the Government has no of Republican legislation " Mils to rln.fiin iho rinthlnit jl'form promises, both Stato nnd i of the poor people, cheapen bread and ' right In .equity or In Inw to collect' n Kentucky had, no Department of Agjvat.diul. riculture until I hnd the honor to be - dollar of taxntlon oxcopt for Its own Republicans Will Be Powerless If They moat for tho hungry, cheapen macliln - support, nnd Hint Rjpubllcnn doctrine Governor of tho State I recommendcry nnd tools for the farmer and laborHad the Governor, as Both Branches Ing men, and jet my dlstliwulslicl op- - is umt taxes mny ue icxicu mr un- ed to tho Genernl Assembly thn pasof the General Assembly Are Cer , ..... uuuhii wtfi.. ......i i'r rpH It sinn fit ft Mil nrntnftlim nf friVftrtti llllll- sage of n bill establishing n Depart..... I...I.. i liWJiniL. vii'ii iii i""4-tain To Be Democratic. and Indorsed his plntform in lon, nnd vldunls nnd preferred classes, which ment of Agriculture and authorizing may be Bald In this connection It tho nppolntment of a Commissioner of Is legallrod robbery. Republican oi that Democrats are certain to have nt tho lateheld July II. convention nnd the Kentucky, he wrot.. Iok for n moment nt n few of,... Agriculture. This Department of Ag....,.. . : control of both tha Stato Senato and voted for n resolution In the Ilepub- - inequalities oi tne axiaiing mu nun rcnucrcii viiiuniiiu rci Houso of Representatives when the llcnn plntform which Indorsed WII- - rates, un eiotiiinR worn y uio urar uniiium Ico to tho State, nnd Its score has next (Jenernl Assembly convenes, nnd i Ham H Taft for renoielnntlnn for P es- - Ing man It levies n duty of 8fi per een, been extended so ns to Include forest will bo In a condition to perform nnd I ldent In 1912 The Kin of Hnglnnd On champagno tho duty Is fi per cent, ry nnd Immigration. Thoro wns no '' A carry out their pledgee, while tho ? i& Depnrtment of Agriculture when I enflLIHiBEelkLlLnlsulrV In centuries exerclaed s .ch a On woolen or worsted goods worn t 'has havo no prospect whatever rightnot Tnfi has exercised, and. In multitudes of women It Is 13B per ?ent. tered Congress, and I Introduced a bill ns of controlling cither branch of tho next my opinion. If the King of Knaland nnd on the flno silk costume nf the to rstnbllsh a Depnrtment of AgriculGenernl Assembly, nnd If tbey had. were to ctii such bin a Talt vetoed r en tno tnx is mi per cent un inn ture, nnd tho Chairman of thn Conn the Governor they would bo powerless It would cost his crown, nnd Indlgnnut, .plain, coarse blanket of the poor the mltteo on Agriculture reported n bill to enact or ninend n law; t of determined people all over our coun- tnrlff Is 105 per cent, white on tne nn-e- substantially tho ramo as mine, nnd tho State Senators hold over, nnd they try will sec to It Hint Taft will loso and costliest blanket It Is 71 rer It was passed, and wo now hnve n Secare all Democrats, nnd the majority of his crown or office nt tho November cent. On carpots used by the owners retary of Agriculture In the Cabinet ' Democrats In the Houso of Repre- election In 1012, nnd nil those who sup- of flno mansions tho tnrlff Is BO per of tho President. In 190G n Democratic administration sentatives last session Is too large to port and uphold him In the matters to cent, whllo on the cheap carpets used be overcome. which I referred should loso tholr In tho modest homes of the working put tho Stnto Fair on n permanent basis, nnd provided for nn nnnunl Stato Republican Party. The mnn It Is 12r per cent. chance for olllce, nlso. Kentucky Rcpubllcann nro now sayTho existing tnrlff law contains nnd County Farmers' Institute, nnd In Asks Judge O'Rear Questions. ing very complacently wo should In nnd the report of the this way the farmers facilities for ob2.C24 nrtlcles, Judge O'Rear wrote the resolution Depnrtment of Commerce shows that taining Information hnve greatly Inthis campaign conflno ourselves to o adopted at the Republican state conven Stato questions. Of course, they tho total production in the Liuteii creased, nnd .the State Fair gives hint Oscar Babcock in Famous"Loop the Loop and Jump this, for thoy'do not want the bad tlon, which indorsed the administration of ! Stntes of goods protected by the tnrlff an opportunity to see the best that Is . . ' the Gap" Act, One of the Big Free Shrews. 1.1. ....- - . ...-record of the Republican party, both preaiaent Tart and wnicn recommended .I.last year was .. .!. produced upon the farm, nnd laudable I i imricen uniiuns ui among in tho State nnd Nation, brought to lars. and there wns Imported Into the competition Is encouraged Taft for renomlnatlon at the tho attention of the people. candidate for president. In Un"; SKlSL lnst HlVl farmers, should be no rolltlcs In farm- - , An Kentucky Is a part of tho United Republican There $779,000,000, on which n Important questions which af- hi. connection I wish to ask the R.pub- - of States, jooooo' wn9 collected by the era' Institutes, but It hns been charged, , H0GWALL0W HAPPENINGS. fect tho Republic will nlso nfTect each llcan candidate for governor. Judge UnC(, stnU,9 overnment. but the and, so far as I havo been Informed, rntlVllUIVl Llo I HJn Stato, Legislation for the classes and O'Rear, question, which are very Inter- - unparalleled outrage Is that the pro-- not denied, that Republicans havo CREAMERY BUTTER not for the masses, laws enacted by a eating to all the people of Kentucky and ducers In the United States of the prostituted the farmers' Institutes Into (From the Hopvnlluw Keiituckiun) llcptibllcan Congress or vetoed by a .which Involve cheaper clothing, cheaper thirteen billion dollars' worth of political machines. Atlas reel's en-ltiny clock lias Republican President, which Involves ooods, cheaper farming machinery From the farms ns well ns from tho NEW were, cnanieu because oi mo DEPARTURE FOR KEN. been (rented and goods economy In public expenses, cheaper with u thorough rens-in- j; and towns como tho soldiers TUCKY STATE FAIR CERTAIN Implements, cheaper mechanics' tools and ' Protective tariff to Increase the price cities fight our clothing, cheaper food, cheaper farmof Keoe srenbe, nnd the Immli battles In time of war, &u OI uieir kouuh inui lur; muuu who TO MAKE HIT. ing implements or machinery, reduc- alto Justice under the law. now liiuko the run around (be din) ninety-twmillions of consumers pny nnd from the fnrmn ns well ns from Do you Indorse President Taft'a veto of tion of the burdens of taxation, are them n tribute of nbout four billions tho cities and towns come lenders In Nursery cultivation Is proving not in much less than eiht iluyj. of grave Interest nnd Importance to the bill known a the farmer's free list of dollars. science, literature and art. Presidents Dock Hooks lias t roiled for n naw collegos and unhersltles, nnd chief only one of tho most fascinating of tho peoplo of Kentucky, and It Is prop- bill? President Taft said In his speech nt of er and right that tho record of tho Do you Indorse President Taft'a veto of Cincinnati when a candidate for Pres otneors of banks nnd railroads nnd In- - studies in the rural sections of Ken- - ftijuirrel rifle. Tho new one is nbout two great political parties should be the bill reducing the existing tariff taxes ident, on September 22, 190S: "If I dlistrlnl Institutions. From tho farm turkv hut it nlnn.la ilnvplnnlnir Into two loot longer than the old one, and presented exnetly as they have made ' on nm elected President I promise the nIS0- - na wel1 ns from tho clt,es anil ono of commercial importance which will do awuy with his having to tip wool and woolen goods? them. me uuimium, , taking high rnnk. To those Inter-bein- loo when lie (joes to shoot u siiuir- Do you Indorse President Taft'a veto of nation I will use every fiber of my Representatives ovimiori., Democrats know that Kentucky In Congress, Judges es(e,, lt W(U bo , ,, to carry out honestly nnd de- ' the bill reducing the existing taxes on el. .... i. ofllrprs. nnd two . . "... voted for President Taft nnd .. i.i in nml other ceuuj me tana rui10n inuuiiBt-S uto In r mniinge-!?"?".!The mail currier started for Tick-vill- e uint t ho Indorsed his administration, nnd also cotton goods? dccldei to offer tempting ,,'.,"!i0 : Tr.-"aJ- ! ont this inoriiint: on hi tisuitl run, the last National Republican platDo you Indorse the votes agalntt the premiums for nursery displays In con form, and that Kentucky Republicans I farmers' free Hit bill which were catt by Judgment that the revision of the tnr- - on. were reared on farms, nnd two ncctlon with plant nnd How or depart- but whuil lie gets to n wiilo place in voted for Governor Wtllson nnd Inilie road ho will turn iirvuml ami Dradley and Repretentatlve Pow- - Iff In accordance with the pledge of ?f 'he Kroatest Presidents furnished dorsed his administration In the last Senator ho Hopubllcnns. Lincoln nnd Mc- - ment. be. on eoiue hnek, lni jntc l'orKollvH the Jlepubllcan State platform. Kentucky ere and your campaign chairman, Repre- the Republicann plntform will revision ? "Io'- ot- This Is another of tho entirely now " on, '"" Imt;. substantial the whole, Republicans have Indorsed nnd upheld tentatlve Langley? withstand ng the conspicuous service departures which hnwi been decided mini After the Paynt-Aldrlh Do you Indorse the tariff downward." the highest protective tariff law In the SueiiHite Moeks, riulmjr 'on I.it-tl- e farmers, thej- - havo been upon for the big Kentucky Stato Fair "nd"e,(l world, a tariff law which has been an bill which President Taft signed and bill was passed which Increased taxes Jnh,malr,-.,Vlctl- b? I'itol Creek, onat of here, Iiuh nepubllcaji legU- - of 1911. lt Is nlong tho lines of prog"the best incubus with Its burdensome tnxatlon which he said was the best Republican ho signed It. nnd tailed Itenacted." Republlcan tariff bill ever n'f ress nnd lmproemont which niako -- pnuiK into nuili iatulinie tlua week upon tho fajmer, the laboring man, tariff law ever pasted? ' ?,. l ' ' According to Democratic faith In ? ' certain that tho Kontucky Stato Fair li iiiventiiiK h monkc wrench wliieh tho business man and all the people of Do you Indorse the pardon by Governor hit-- , an Kentucky. reach nearly eveothlng the farmer . - onljr -I- II maintain I,, lead In the ' ilo llliiL.irV itttaeliiHent that will Wlllson of Taylor, Flnley, Howard and ..... . .......... ..,,,. nm .a -cnntl. lull Itial I. ..Ill imlm Ild rl..l....1 , - ,. ti.i. ninr nn llhlllllll ...... ns.,. ,,.., .....rkc-........... llllfw SH.I lulll itik.Lh i Kentucky Republicans have Indorsed . ... , ,,u. ,.i... UUJS nr Uai'S, legislation which has made more mil- Powert? -Tht' ilimUt Vn w ,M, - m, enormm," leli'Vr'Tn the'. Whll wils ,n Con"ess l JI(1 n11 ,,,aco !UnonK You have been silent on these great The m nrovi lionaires In the United Statc3 than In ln my ,,owcr to red"co :ho b"rJons tlons of indl nm. Iowa. Illinois, wter.Iy iixlefimlely. . Th schedules of the Iyne-Ald?icbill all the nations of Eurono nut together. questions, tome of which Involve the re- tho fanners from sota anil others to tho north. ,C " it on account of the engine cuttinsr but the millionaires have been con- , ductlon of the price of clothing, food, i"Cr,S( '", tho clutches of trust, nnd monopolies. . eontrol of (,'oWi lloitVint., the fined to the special classes benefited farming machinery and mechanics' tools to- i iiKiueer, ami rumiinir into th- - ereek, cVu ? an op- by the tariff, 'and not to the people of to the amount of hundreds of millions of make the cost of living to pe'r cent ?"!'' higher than It was ten ears ago. A 0CrU.tr PERMANENT BUILDING IN I.i knur the miu mil' with it. Kentucky. These questions are of grave tiuuu m is iiiui mw wiuru ui'iicuia They have ncted with tho political dollars. At n Hicetimz l tbe ilrariiiiM of Conclutlon INTEREST OF HEALTH . ,o,. !... uu party which has legislated for the and vital Importance to the people of the greatest .number of peoplo, and he Kite Kurd ehureh last wiw4 lie- law will not stand od. ,t ., 1)0 a Rreat ,lonor for classes, and not 'for the masses, nnd Kentucky, and the people of Kentucky the Papie-Aldrlcm0 ml ,,N,eii iliwm, it wan to Tho cnmpnlgn for lualth being whlclr has by its legislation brought want to know where you stand. Come .ma icati n.-t i. . ws,Kwi tho country the umiciicr oira bair Is to bo aided ""renltor There are four things- every man ,",n Into our country trusts, combines and out candidly and say where you are. monopolies, which have been like n ! will' i,o sliirornK- iu uuiuiH as cueaiuj- - as po:s- ihuuik n ruin In nil I niatorlally by tho ostnbllshmont on the "l "" " i"ii.-i-nJudge O'Rear Inconsistent. Bible: Tandora box of evils to Injure the nwni. The remainder will be who vote for me. and I will do all ln grounds of the Kentucky Stato Fair, nt ,,;,.v Judge O'Rear appears to be InconA home for himself, wife and chll- mj- - power to be worthy of prosperity of 'the reople, consume their confl- - j Loulsvlllo,-- of a permanent health diviileil a moot: the ileneonn. their hard earnings and Increase the sistent. Ho claims to be a progres- Uren. itiinrn nml atitirwirt building, the cost of which will be paid The old miser, who Ixirie.! hi sive, et he Is for Taft for mem from tne expenses of living. yiotning to protect Hopeful Democrats are watchlnir by the Jefferson county tlscal court. imliiV in the feme urner licjir the as President, and Toft Is a standpat- - cold Iv nttmv nil n sit Democratic National Achievements. Liir ttr-- i rnnnt re Dr. W. 1M (Jrnnt, city health olllcer of l:v tree last week uu oistl imrt Edibles to support life. Democrats made great achievements tor, and O Rear commended In his an,i victory for Democrats In Ken- ' it The jfiiilly croii haw not plntform Senator Ilradley and Iter rearming Implements and median- - tucky will probably moan lctory for l.oulstille, and Dr. W. II. Smock. i at the last November election. Then county health olllcer, took up liei-- uinheiuleil. Km lturlow ww.t Northern and Western States, which sentatlves I.angley nnd Powers, who leg1 tools with which to labor. Democrats In the next Presidential this matter with the fiscal court nnd t' Tickvillc .Uf.tcr.lay ami imrr linHetl had been strong Republican States, are standpatters, and he has Langley, Republicans in the existing tariff election elected Democratic Governors and In- as his campaign manager, and Ilradley 'law put a tax on lumber, with which a fine Mtit of clothes. do his duty secured tho nppropriatlon. Tim federal 'iiin-c- lf if every .m .. government has ugreed to send a corps creased their Democratic representa- and Utngley and Powers voted against the home Is built, nn.l a lieavv tnv no t .... Sun Flinders nml Wa-.l- i Hoek bill, woolen nnd cotton goods with which ry our State for progress, for good of instructors to Kentucky oneh ear tion In the United Stntes Senato and the farmers' and laborers' free list iu it shooting nl'frnv nenr the United States House of Representa- and the bills reducing tariff duties on clothes nre made, nnd n tax on edl- - government nnd for tho Democratic during tho fair to deliver lectures Hojf Hill rnveynnl jetenlny uiorii-nv- i. wtwi ana woolen goods ana on cotton. hies. and n tax on farming Imnle. hpUi i, tives. niiiin n,9i,.riiv dealing with the problem of health. Juxt before the ilifticnily took Democratic Tariff Vs. Republican ments and mechanics' tools. Demo-Tho result of the last November election marks a now era In our councrats have done nil they could to ilnee ii jury war. Miinmoneil to witTariff. ( try, and should strengthen the faith ness the ni fan' mi (hut then- would President Taft started the tariff make these nrtlcles free or as nearly i PRIZE WINNERS' PARADE ISIBIHRIHIIICHI . .i. I .: of nil citizens In the virtue, intelli- campaign a few days ago at Hamilton, , 'ree but President Taft. .....fi:...: -professional and gence and patriotism of tho people, Mass.. when on the L'Cth of August he n I bave already stated, vetoed the, ONE OF BIG FEATURES !i,mr """""""' '"""'"" "l "" and In the success of free Institutions made a speech and severely criticized ' 'H3 nnil as sustained by the Repub- - tm BUSbNCSS CARDS The !nr'c amoiint of iiiiuiue l.nke under popular government. Sneaker Clark and Ilenresentntlves ! llcnns in Congress, ns It required two- - m Livestock, R bboni,1 n Bedecked ..." It was a great protest of the peo- Underwood and Senator I.aFolletto thirds of the members to pass the bill l"l'e slal.nsl.ietit.iki.ii; I in- - oaiis- March Around Pavilion to De ple against the conduct of Republic- and other Senators and Representa-over his veto. The people have a nl s.roiirinir in his ir thnt innkes light of Audience ans, and It was a vote of censure upon tlvos for passing the bills be vetoed, ' great remedy change of ndmlnlstra- I.iiii fonr a storm is mwironchini; B. D. CARTER the President and Republican Con- and he accused them of Ignorance of tlon elect n Democratic President of What has always been ono of thel1',1' l"1" '""''V'1 ""I "" ot )" vo,1,,! gress, and a preludo, I hopo and be- the effect of the legislation, and he tbe United States and turn Itepnb- LIVERY AND FEED STABLE retnniiiiu his lieve, to th overthrow of the Repub- - reached his climax when he said: Hcans out of office. most Interesting of all tho features In ,,"'",",-- i l""'1 STANFORD, KY llcan oligarchy which has become In- "Men of Massachusetts, it seems to connection with the Kentucky State1 "H,''r"' ",",',, hl' UM"' ,,,r !l tnT,n The conditions are favorable In va- toxicated with power, tyrannical In me that the slogan of the Republican rlous respects for change of admlnls- Pair wus tho grand parade of prize i ollnr. until it is .iter legislation and despotic In the man- party should Involve a National cry tratlon, and especially because the The llownllow liuro cutout Sowinning livestock nround the ring iu agement of Government affairs. and not be confined to mere State Is- - Republican party Is divided Into two HenryL. Casey, D. V. S. tho pavilion building This feature is net v .should (tike opportunity ly the Democrats In the called session of sues. Democrats everywhere are ready factions, the Insurgents and the to bo given more attention this year ri.nne nml tail nml remove from in Congress which has Just adjourned to accept this challenge, and we be-- Standpatters. A distinguished Demo- Veterinarian than ever. It will bo started at twol li'it of the nost office the Inrue liiilil did their duty nobly nnd faithfully. lleve our cause of justice, right and cratlc Congressman said not long They have been true to the pledges fair taxation, will be victorious. ago: "The difference between them Is Former Director Animal Industry o'clock on the afternoon of Friday, hole while il is ilr.i. Tlieie N plenty September 15. ot rooi.i for this ohjcctioiinhlc c.c- made In our National platform, and Doth fif the great political parties ns to the amount of the loot." Insur- Philippine Islands- they made a record which not only In Congress now face tho realization gents say, "Rob by the protective Thls parade Is an Imposing one. not i sine elsewhere, nml il lonld he mov- Inarian United Stutes Army surprised their friends and discour- that the defeat by the President of tariff, but rob a nlono from tho amount of money rep- - e.l will. little trouble. Fit Smith Stand- aged their enemies, but gave hope and so much needed. Just and lmportnnt patters say, "Takelittle." The Democ- (iffice LOGAN'S STABLE, Phono -. It all," but resented by tho premiums, but because the encouragement to Democrats every-wher- tariff legislation at the special session racy nppcals to the command which Agent American log Cholera Serum. of tbe great amount represented in owns lie ground riaht over the fence hits iiL'rcfi! to let it he put ii i.i of Congress makes certain a tariff bat- - conies from Sinai and says, "Thou the value of all the winners combined. Iheie is the eiliens will net nt once. DANVILLE. KY. They paRsed the Canadian reciproc- tie at the regular session beginning shalt not steal." Tho slow moving, rlbbon'bedecked cat(.'Inh Hancock wan murnoil yester ity, measure, which President Taft on the first Monday In December, Farmers and Laboring Men. MASONS' MEETING. tle seem awaro of their commercial 'ay to the Widow Hocks. (Malt could not get the Republican Congress next, which will exceed In fierceness . ' Lodi(t No. (kl r.tA.M, wlllmeot Importance as they trudge around the ' lt"w '" nJdress nK today an InLincoln to pass. any tariff battle which ever occurred, Hat Ml comiiiuiilrnllon un cacti lint nnd ring, while tho sleek, carefully groom- leaves three eliililien by his foimer They passed resolutions providing nnil fhnt tlin tnrlff will im lntn thA audience composed largely of farmers third Jlomluy nlnhu T:ao and .! con,feM ' o'clock In thvlr bull on muln month ntHtnn-for- ed horses ot high degree prunce along wife, nml a lare number of friem'rf. for an amendment to the Constitution Presidential election next year with ""? '?r streei-tmf.n' Poke Rarlex is eoufiueil to his Ky. .Menil-r- i of SUW lotlens Hre and Mntlmenta to authorize the election of United force and fierceness never equaled be- as If moro than conscious of their fe,ei"1BS linllwl to be presont. T. W. home with u hail euse of the mumps. concerns them States Senators by the direct vote of fore. In all the Presidential contests graco and breeding. Meo. on a rnrm' "nil although I the people, but a Republican amend- where the tariff has been the great IsCollie doffH, running and barking at Ii it "onliiiufs much longer he many vears ment prevented tho final adoption of sue, Democrats bave always been vie- - ,ract'ce,l lie will hnve to have nil of hfs hV nlso thu crack of the whips of their piasMACCABEES. many years, and have a the resolutions. torlous. and I hope and belloe his- - farra ters, ponies and costly sheep and hogs, pliotipniilis enlargo'I. A. C. Sloe, They passed a bill providing for the tory will now' A" cl?Me9 am ' "'nds Itself In 1912. The Tube ilosele, Imt. rettip.vi! from all combine to make a show equal to upon the prosper- publication of campaign contributions arguments reteatconvincing and unan- - ? buB"e Deputy State Commander are any presented during thu week, lt is ii tiii to lliir.znnl Knob, He reports ly ana BUC""8 e before the election. and labor- In support of tho Democratic Ky.. Bwerable. Stanofrd, a source of prldo to those who own that the lilituiu luiu'x nre very dim They passed the farmers' nnd labor- position for tariff reduction so as to ling men. When farm crops fall or 8TANFORD TENT NO. 7. tho prize winners and a stimulus to n that section this year. ers' free list bill. get tariff for revenue only as soon as amunisn, business of all kinds languishes. I am In favor of They pasrod bills materially reduc- possible. ..Meets : 4Ua : Monday : Nlgat -- . others to enter tbelr stock In future The Dug Hill prenclier hns come ing tbe tariff duties on wool and woolcompetitions. llnek from llounilin Billows, where The Robert Walker tariff bill, en- and organization, both among farmers W. W. BURQIi en goods of all classes, and they acted In 184C, Is said to have been the and laboring men. he hits been carrying on a protruded DKNTI3T A majority of -- our population live passed the cotton bill, and admitted best tariff bill ever passed by the ConKeeling. He huil such (,'ood M.ei-eArizona and New Mexico to State- gress of the United States, and its av- on farms and more than half our Office at Restdenc Ihnt he has decided not to raise ii hood. State taxes are paid by the fanners erage rate was less than half the avCRAB ORCHARD. ' DOUGLAS FOR SHANKS crop this yenr. erage rate of tho existing tariff law. nnd the majority of our farmers are President Vetoes Most Important Kidney Hocks, our blacksmith, has Bills. It remained on the statute books un- Democrats. The Democratic party has OH. T. W. PENNINGTON the foundation The Republican President, William changed until 1857, a period of eleven from championed the of our govern"" "'" ,,,,k V" linn. Frond Hreckinri.hu Huiik- - I '."'""''" Dentist H. Taft, vetoed tho three most Impo- years. James O, lllatne, In IiIh book, ment the Republican fnrmer's cause, Hours 8:90-1oiiii ii eoiiiie oi iiiionvnioiis leiiers, A.M. and 1 to 4:30 l.M Uoylo county whioh he will party has crip- office Myers House rtant bills pasted by Democrats In the "Twenty Years of Congress," stated while semi to I'llW: Hull- fles Stanford K'' Ins who will represent hiw Houso of Representatives, and passed that the eleven years of the Walker pled his Interests and tho Interests of iu the noA't I.eit-liituie-, utiiiouiie- - wuiiKer mill Ituz Harlow, who hnve laboring men by compelling them to WILL ADAMS by Democrats and Insurgent Repub- tariff were the most prosperous ln the to Sears & Iloebuck pay tributo to trusts," monopolies and Livery; all kinds of hauling! Fur- eil Unit he will support Hon. W. II. been licans In the Senate, and these bills life of the Republic, and that the peo- combines, Shanks, of Liuco'n. for .Speaker. ihr their plow points. and carry tho burden of op- niture packing. gave the greatest relief to the peoplo. ple were so satisfied with It that In The ultmiuac says we nre to have Shinford, Ky. Prions 173 This is uratifyitc uud no belter mnn Ho vetoed the bill reducing existing 1850, after It had" been In operation ten pressive taxation. There should bo no be selected to wielil tho K'tvel tain mi the tilth. Fit Smith is supertaxes on wool and on woolen goods, years, neither of the great political J. 1). Steenbergen, sells, builds, which saved tho people of tho United parties which presented Presidential vote among the farmers and laboring House. Mr. Sliunks. stitious and has written, nski.it-th-e scales at rock over the Lower States two hundred millions of dollars candidates referred to tbe tariff In Its men at tho next Stato election. Demi bottom and adjusts him Colteg", wenther forecaster to cliuue prices. See for prices who Inh unuluate of Centrein Hoylu platform. cratlc administrations have enacted per annum, and bo vetoed the bill rethe date of the downpour. before, you buy. Address Stanford, It i almost us well known The Morrill tariff bill was passed In every law on our statute books to ducing existing tariff taxes on cotton county us he is in his home county lOu-- t agr'cultural conditions, while F. D. No. 1. . goods, which saved fifty millions per 18C5, after the Civil War commenced, lie is a splendid man nml Mr. Umij:- Dally Thought. to the people; and he vetoed and tho Republican party has since no Republican administration has to annum DR. W. N. CRAIQ, l;is t'.isplays much wisdom iu support Music to tbe mind Is as air to th and laborers' free list that time In every National platform Its credit a single act to unbuild seri tbe farmers' Oculltt and Optician SS I):iuvile Messenger. itii; him. bill, wMch saved one hundred millions promised a revision of the tariff, The culture In this State, and when I we Dfflcii ovor tl I ll.llnk.M.i Oln.. fcody. Plato ' i ' ? ir. ' of dollars to the farmers and laborers, revisions have always been upward in- - late Republican convention war held . J. SvJ .1. -- iu,u,' " . '. t. V. ' bli remarkable and unsatisfactory ex- - stead of downward, until we now live t Louisville the platfsrm 1're-idrni ' itt-iii, j ',... TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 5. 1911. GREEN MURPHY. Writes to I. J., Ahotit Trio Down (o Old Mexico. Mntnmoro, Denr Interior Journal- Mexico, - ' .... :.. - feV-f1- one-hn'l- j . 'JJ00 ' j it I Wo started from Situ Murocn Terns on n proipectinR trip through the, (lulf const, io Orfitulo Valley nml South Texns country. We ii(eil Victoria counly which i n pretty country but not n very pHul fiirtiiitnj count ry. Then to Ileexille lice county, which U in the northern part of the winlor pinlcu count rt. Hie counly don't look ns veil ns it ciil luit April on the nuuount, of the iiroulii wiueii cileniH nil over Soulh-ITexn, nml Mexico. Theiv nro line irrntntcil xnrilctKi in tho lice-ill- i' sfctloii that look fair. The ori.e-- e imltistrv in nlmost uhuniloHcil in llee counly on the account nf I From taw frost last .Inuiinn. I eetille we euine to Iho Tuft lliiiioll winch is a show ntileol. It is TnftV nnneh, Tuft's Dairy, Tuffs Hunk ami Tiifl'n eorlhiuK. The Taft Knnch is mostly ttiveit up to chiton fields, nlmost the sire of Lincoln count v. From Tnft we tome to Cnrpim Chrisli on the Hit'. Corpus is .the famous shipping point of Winter Oitnlcn truck, hut they do not do ns inn.'!) ns reMirtt'il, nml in summer nil is u(C a is' their Corpus is quite n summer tesort ns well as u winter resort, fine scenery, line li.ith nt; uud K"'l fi'iiiiK. Knw the l'ilot fish nt Corpus which i a ten fish some jix to ten feet Uws verr tliiek ni i ... '". KrtWrlTj.ffJ.VS .... g !. ? nml heny. Snw ono hen fth almost ns Ihiek .i ii ow. Sen 'urils to let. You bet Corpus U un expensive pln.ee to Mop. While they slnp n streat ileal of tfli I i1ti tn.c',i. it is nil shipped out in the winter nnd then in suintnetvthey pet theic jrtttiieii stuff from California and Colorado, Ryan-Aldrlc- ch .... rZKT' X h- .Mlntto-.eiose- X,J li "' tl - ," rTZlli h - i t.fj "" i, ".... i..i '' Qirpi we eme t Kins--villThe Kiwi: ltmr t Hi,- - l.ir.'-ernneh in Texns, over nine 'iilli'iii acres. Kinirsville i m niee little town iiKwtly n cnitle cipinlry. From Kimnvillt we came llmu.-l- i the great mind divert on our n fr.nn In Kinrsxille to Ilrqw-uivithe mhiI wa no Imd Ci.it it took teauiH and rempeist ( t.cep tne aand off the truck .nnd f)tiiic n of men with sbnxek. elljniK"' "" ;lu' time shoveling voml, saml, m,.l. i n.l more aHnd, nrnatijlii is the ii.ilt est town I bare ever lieea in m Imc From e. st iie. l( or .IsM-Hl- ie i I n v....i i,i" 1 - . i -- -- . Ex-Vet- er :'- e. M.v-ie- o I'nittsl States at cap tbe ehmax. ttrownsMil.. is full of kbnrks ami Wtkleai s(.. i,;,,. Imiks quite ohl lime l's Ion. The I:h (Irande, m rnin' u i ml rand. Soiti of l'r. le Sinn's is ilnmaiu is leriflie but w- - rmmot 1( is .i iieh en Hie up Willi Mexico. list O. my the peiple eiMintrx. llioHglit an)oiiu : c'.ne pivii . i"iil when they ilie.i iei. : flint s'u u is not the ease in Mexico for one die it cot 31 per ve.ir fo a gi.no and wliec the e i! is not paid up lie both is taken up :in I duuipeii ,ile l' e bone ynnl. The ttnues are imislK iihnve Ki'outiil. No American cuil have uiiieli of nn idea of Mexico until he has xisited (here. There i ouile u lot of talk of the t'niteil Males hcttiiu; the trouble down hep-tin- t if I can see unvthingMve hue'nt rol ui'ieh ue for the most of the Mexiciim. If we had thn country without the peeile it might do. After visiting- Cntliolie Me.xieo I thlilL shall he ulile to think more of ottr own fjro.it nml giiiud country nnd surely will think more of the ichuiott of the Lord, uud Sax lor Jcsiis Christ From Matamorus we returned to llrowiisville; then to Mission Texas, which hns the reputation of the best town in nil this country. With best wishes to all ot the I. J., Your-- . rentiers AHTHtyi nml M. (I. Ml'Itl'IIY. Mtit-mora-. wl-e1 clt-iu-- . ?"IISm -, "??? m Jlnd s 2 FLORENCE A CANDIDATE The Louisville Times said this week: "(ieorne I). I lorence, n linvjcr of Stanford, huh his cundiducv fur llit liouiiiiuliou fot 'Jemiunn-wealth- 's Attorney ii. thu judiiiiil .district, to Miccecil Charles A. Hardin ol Mercer county who has been iiominutcil by the Democrats I'm Circ.nl Juitire i.iul will he elecleJ next N'ovcmber without opposition. While Florencf will likclv et the lepuliliiiii nomination without opposition, there is u l'l'jht on for tint Deiuocrtilie niKiiiiir.- -, lion for Coinmouweallirs Attorney iu this ilistiicl, the election for which will not be held until November 101- Jinlj;e llunlin's successor lis will he nuiiieil hy the incoiji ini: (loveruor to ere uulil the year. well-Lnofour-cot'iierer . e rj o - '' .'. For bmvil eduiplaints in ehililreu nlwnvs ;;h'e ChumberhiiuV Colic, tllmlcrn nml Dianhoc'n Hi'inettC liml cuslor nil. It is certain to effect u cure mill when reduced with water uud sweetened is pleasant to take No can prescribe u eler remedy, For nle by ilj denjl'js. Jt U -H rsp ihy.-.ii'iaA- Hi ! I i.i sifc.m im. lrfKI-- J. .IW .llnnM lI.Ufcll gj.sT.-.- .. O. III. y.i.fc.P. S.'s,U-'S- " II.'- - rt'l, I' .11. II Hvtom - '!" "" I I THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. TUESDAV. SEPTEMBER 5. 1911. LakLaitaflBLkLawv R V L.k AT 1:30 P. M. Hr. McDermott is one of the most brilliant speakers in Kentucky. PERSONAL and SOCIAL .Jotnion, of l'oris U tlic Rtiost of Mrs. George C. (livens Mli Anion HnntlcTH of New Or- InniH, ) llii nttrnrtivo picat of licr limit, Mrs P. M. Mellobcrt-- . Mr. ami Mr. Emanuel .' Howon- lino were llio piotn of licr fnth- or, Dr. W. II. O'Hnnnoti. returmiijr from their lionoymoou trip to tlicir .fioine in Mnskoiroo, Okln. Chnrles I.iiK" .1. U. Himphmnii, nn.l .1. ('. KnlinnkH nttemlrtl tho NVIiiilnHillo 'fair Thunuhiv. Mr. win atkiM lit jinlco the Inilnuan jniilo rinjr thnl ilnv. Dmlil inn! wifti of Mr. V. T. Dowii'h III., nro jrtiesN of tliuir ilnnli tor, Mm. Jumos N. (Mi t bur homo Hour Tiiniersville. Mr. C. M .Ioiicm, of Wool;. Toiiii.. nnd Snmiiimilhii Jonrn of Crob Orrli nnl. won- - in town hlioiiinu Tluirt.-iiaMrs. J. V. y. J. McDermott, Hon. Edward For Lieutenant Governor, Democratic Candidate MConday. Sept. a itanford, Will Address the Voters of Lincoln County at the Court-Hou- se 1 Vm 7 ' ' in -- gl HEAR HIM. L34t4ste Success Mr It. V. Kent was in Louisville n business Sunday Mr. L. A. Nevius spent the day in Cincinnati Sundny. Pr. U. .1 Brown has cone oast lo Merid a month tukinir spccinl work in New York and Philadelphia. Mr. and Mm. J. !'. Cummins nml Mr. and Mm. J. S. Hiee motored over to Lexington Inbt week. Mrs. C. L. Carter, of (IreeiiH-- i bimi, N. (' is visitiiiK relaties in Itoyle. She will come hero this week for ii visit. Miss Cimie Cunmnliaiii was in isiliu Mis Anpio HiiNtoiiiillo Ciir-ponl- M . , k Lebanon Junction to llrotlheiiil for pastor, orfirniiiii I In rcremottv. Mm. William II. .laoksoii of Loti-:a tin iln.v's visit to hit parent nt has aunoiiuct'il the eiiuncemeut Hroillirml. n if I cr diiucliter Catherine .lac-so- n Mm. I. M. WeMcrfiehl nml of Liviinfwton lmo brcn the to Mr. William Franklin French of guest for snvcrnl tloyt of Mr. uml Itichmond. The wciMinj; will take, place Seutembcr l'J. Mrs. M. D. Klmoro. Mrs. 0. F. Ashmoro from Peorif., Mrs. W. J. Doner ,nml Mrs. Hur ry Hill uml baby were the jinetttH of HI .nitl Mrs. Klla flieen from 'ire visilin their sister (fritnds in Covington M'vcral day. Mm Itettie Harnett!. Miss Josephine Heariey ha re- Slisies Pearl Aldndce. and Ilat-ti- e turned from u plenum visit to i da t, Durh.im, returned Friday to tives in Niohohisville Okla., nfter a delightful visit MUs Sana Howard, of Crub Orch-ntt- l, wns the Riiest of Mm. 1'eurl lo relatives. f'rrruuin last week and attended the Mr. and Mrs. II. 1). Aldriihrc attoachcM' institute. tended the sale, ol his brother M. (1. nml ehililreu Aldridsc, in Oarriinl county Satur-iliiMrs. W. A. Tribble hne returned from a protracted vis-- it He will leave soon to reside to her father at Mays Hie. in Texas. Iir. V K. Crni? has returned Mrs. A. 0. Kiislliit'il who has been from Itichmonil where ho Kx-n- t sev- xisitins her dauchter, Mrs. Sam C. eral tiny in oculist work. Walker, near Perryville has returned Mi Kline Sinvleton. the I. J .. to her home in I,ouisvilIc. h tulented Woynesbuo; nml Mt. Mr. uiid .Vrii. Thomas If. Shnnkri, was hero Inst correspondent week with her eoustin the Misses have ulnincil f'om a visit to Jl'. and Mis. If. II- - I'utnnm nt Lebmiu', 1 anner, nUcniliiJK tho teachers.' Krnest Richardson of .lunctinn She bus a Srthool of "5 puCity visited friends licio Siui'lay. pils at Mt. Moriah. Mr, .lames II. Turner and damjh-toMiss Sophie Alcorn returned home Misses Mnmiu mid Kdna draco, Sunday from an extended trip of Kieliolasvillo, were the mtests last thoatb Ki rcpo nud week of Mrs. Turner's sisters, and Joan MoKeoh-t,:- .. Misses Je.-siilryant, .losso Waller J. Vtff ilu .!'( of .Mi- - An-t.and J. It. Harris. I'tshhaok nt Mt Verron last week. A beautitiil nUHcellanemw shower Mm. Mary K. Woodcocl: of Caliwas given Miss l.illv Mae McAHsler fornia, who is visiiim; Mis. 15. J ;tt her home by her youni; friends lliirhum, in Danville, will urnvo Wedon Saturday evenme Am;. 'Jtith. to visit her niece Mm. K. T. Mnny handsome presents were jriv-r- ii nesday Henzley. bride-to-bDelightful the Mis Fannie Searcy, of Iiwrcnco were sened. Claude Itibb, who has boon ono of liui: is tlio tfuest of Miss ICato Davis Unney. Messrs Geo. Gaines nml the ttopiilnr elorks at H. .1 Molloboi-t-toH'lirnl yours, went to London Frank Hiitehcviu uUn of Lawrom-c-bunwere uusts Surtluj at tho ln.n.o h'lmlry to take a nimdar position of Miss Itauuy wiih I). M, Robinson. Mr. F. Kichoiiberxcr was in Sunday with Ins son Il:in lo the ay. William Mccs, who has been clerk at Penny's dni store lor seoi:il moiiths, lias lelurued to his houii: in Louisville to nccept a iostjon. lie made manv friemN here, who regretted to see him m ehil-.IroIltis-tonvill- c, w I)u-lany. Mo-nada. Mrs-ilame. : Cin-ciiin- Mr. nml Mm. .1. .1. I'nint" linltv, puKsoil thrmiKli Fiitliiy Missi- -i Nntinio and Sailiu Cetli'i liiivn returned to t licit home in I'nih Orolinril after vimtiuv Mi-- H Herllm Wi-- l and i i lends in Danville. ommiI of the week A iloliulttfiil w'll he the iiinrriuKu on Vednoidnv of Miss Nell Wariet lo Mr. J. ('. Osborne, of Kiiotvillo Toiin. The oeroinony will bo performed nt tlio anil Presbyterian I'liurelt nl half past front four o'clock, Ilcv. P. L. Uriieo, the DAUGHTER WAS CURED By Lydia E. PinkhanVs Mm. John Daugherty li.u heeii ery ill f blood p(isoniti, caased !y tho bite or stuc of some iu&cct berry time. Mr. J. S. Hundley, of Hoyle, visited relative", and friends here this week. II. C. Huploy spent 3 few days villi his daughter Mm. I(. It. Ilour-1:11- 1 in Marion county. Kcv. A. A. I is of filii-so- w , the truest of his areiits, Mr nud Mrs. W. II. IIi'skiiir. Mrs. W. II. Curtis, is Mrs. Allie Allcuder. nt Lexington, also relatives in Nicholasville. Mrs. William (larrisou, and little son Willie ,of Itichmond were ','iiof ts of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Wilcox near lifT-rih'-re- Icao. Vegetable Compound ii . linHltnurn Afil ."I Komi von hern. with tlio picture of my llftoen year old .... naiiKiiier .line, nuu .. if F "j Wfi.-sl1A r health by Lydia E. I'liikhiiin's voBeta- lilii fnmtioiinil. Sim was palu, with dark circles uiuiar nor e)i's, weak ami lrri- tnlilii. TwiiilitTuront wns ro8toro.il to x doctors troatwl her anil callca tt tireeu Proachcisvillc and attcudiui; the ' Sickness, hut 8 ho uruw worsu nil tho assoointiou at Hood Hope. V.. H. Minute!, sou o' W. T. Muuii-el- , tlimi. l.vili.iLM'luk. who lias liceii 'tliV ill or tvplcnd ham's Vegetable. C'ompouiul was and after takimr thri'o bot- fever nt I'nindoxtor. W. T Mauui'l tles shit has reralned her health, thanks lias roturiied fruui vitin his sou, to your medicine. 1 can recommend it who is now impto.'iii.'. I A. for all femalo troubles." Mrs. lialtl-morCokkkak. 1103 Itutland Street, SHORT LOCALS. Md. letters from mothHundreds of such what Stanford Announcement. The ers expressing their (rmtltudo for ComLyilhi K. I'inkham's VeueUiblo Opera House opens for iho season pound hasacconnillshed for them havo Saturday September, !Mh with "D.in- (teen received by tlio Lydla i:. l'inkliam iel limine y the Trail". This is an Medicine Company, Lynn, Mass. attraction that should appeal lo ev- Youni; Olrls, Hoed This Advice. Jirv Kentueki.iii. as the scenes aro Girls who aro troubled with nalufu! lull taken from the bluo crass re head, or Irregular ixtrlods, backache, faliiU gion. acho. drainrliMMlown sensations. should take Init ipells or IndlRestloii. Marshall Stone, has purchnscd immediate action uml bo restored to Vege-Ubl- o from J. W. lloehester, nml C. Hays health by Lydla K. llnkhain's Compound. Thousands have been Foster n third interest in the tho rawtorwl to health by its use. Stanford Opera House, nml they Write to Mrs. lMnkbaui, Ljaa, will endeavor to please tho publio with their motion pictures. Mas., for advice, fro. mm MikKsl c, I Books for your state, nnd county BUGGIES FOR SALEI There will be n pie supper nt the Mate are now ready. Please call Walnut Plat School house o ntho and settle. W. L. McCarty, vhcntl. Crab Orchard pike on Saturday Hiuitn; liotiKht nn iiutomobile, I ni;.'lit, Sept. I), for tlio benefit of the sfhool library. Come and buy will offer for sale nt our lug sale Phone No. 168 (or fire insurance next week, two Moyer rubber tire on vour tobacco in barn. R. M. Ncw-lan- tl i. pie. liuL'LMes. one u side prin,' bnrav; Aqent. also two sets of harness; cvervtlini; (I. L. Penny Mutes that if Lost, between Oati Orchard and Sloiuneh Tablets fail to end the mis- I'ood as new nud will be u Imrffii will Stanford, riiii? with several kevs. ery of indigestion or stomach dis- lor someone. These buinjiis CU 7. "iu of which is miiuhor 40 to safety tress of iinv kind money back. 50 -- old at li;IO A. M., Sept. Lutes. cents. ' I'llipo-i- t box. PlcniMcavo nt Lin- For Sale Mv hoot m l..i .tlntt' coin Nutionnl Hnpk. A Barcain. 12 II. P. Foos (in- iMf strict II. C. Hntiv'o ai. line couiiio ; rophicod by liloottio Mo W. S. rlh only fe net lor. P. O. Hox .'in.t, Danvillo, K and strongest Insurance companies. (W- -l. DON'" FORGET THE BAUGH-MA- N Let him keep ywu protest'. 34 if LiVE STOCK COMPANY'S Wnntcd.-Ooo- d llntisukeeplm; mac-iin- e BIG SALES NEXT WEDNESDAY For Sale. I mil s,n at public o ieiiiiles llio service of a AND THURSDAY, SEPJ 6 ami 7. outcry in fiont of too emu I house in Stnutord to look utter Moor in htnni'oid on Monday Sept II Mlbscliptioii lonewitls uml to extend count v court day, nt 1 o'clock P. M. GREAT CAMPAIGN OFFER. cm illation by special methods winch 10 shares of stock iu the Hank of luno proved unusually uuocessful. H. W. MtOuffoy, Adin'r il 'Morclnnd. huve been Arrangements Previous tiS- - lp. Salary and commissi wlierebv we are ouablod to W. L. Dishoii. experience desiruble, but not assen-tia- l. until oiler the daily Courier-Journa- l Whole tune or spare time. Ad- MORELAND. IN -dress, with referent e. ,1, F. Fair- - Dei ember ;10, lllil and THE TKIflOK JOFHNAL one full jenr for banks, (lood Ilioisekcopim; Maga.Mr. and Mrs. James Piuilt of ' f The regular prit zine, .181 Fourth Ave., New York onl.v .?l.fcn. Cnmpbellsville were the guests of Mr ,"tt) cents u the Courier .loiirnal is City. and Mrs. S. Ii Pruitt last Suturtlny month. This is a icmarkuble offer, night. on tho nnd the sooner you send in your orA sold wntcli fob was left The wheat crop this year nvcrages dining loom tabli at the Hap'.ist der the longer you will get the Cour- nbout fifteen bushels, un acre. Mr. J. A. Weddle and family ire Association in Stanford Wednesday. ier .lourtml. The political campaign Owner can have same by applying is on, keep posted by reading the I. J attending the Somerset fair. Mr. George Uinwiddie and father at this office and pnyiii; lor this ml. All oiders must be sent to the Interior Journal not to the Courier Jour ol Ilustonville spent one day lust ueek with Mr. and Airs. James II. Have your rubber lireinj: done nt nal. Pruitt. , $15 and fit!, best Pence Hros. Mrs. J. O. McAlister and daughter Wedding presents in gTeat varie- of Lexington, are visiting Mis. B. 67 tires. ii. Kim;. ty. W. K. Mueller, Jeweler. C7tf Kveryoiie seems to be busy buying Count. Clerk Geo. It. Cooper has iu their winter supply of coal. appointed Mr. K. (I. (lilliluml of A large crowd went from here to For Sale Second hand wagon; as Wnynesluinr. deputy county clerk for the Somerset fair Thursday. G7tf good as now. Pence Bros. emHint section. Mi. Oillilund is Mr. B. Chancellor, of Stanford powered to write mortgage deeds, took dinner with Mrs. James II. and other ension iiajM-rprepare We havs a burr for a farm ot Pruitt lust Saturday. lejrnl work and tin notarinl work. nbout 100 acres well improved nnd Mrs. G. B. Pruitt has in her new anything in that on pike. See him if you need If you have anything near fall hats. C4- -l. line Moreland is still on the improve, this, list it with us. Hughes & McMr. Tom Best is building a new C2tf Carty, Stanford. I nm now ready to eschungo Hour business house. Miss Addie McAlister and Misses for whent nt my roller mill ut Ttirrt mort Ckurrh to Udm mtUo t U roustir Elizabeth nnd Josephine Cox spent 044 put uttUar. wta tke UM Charles Enslin. IhAa vthtt dmn tnl tw ,m wu tuppoMd u lx tornrable. tot tottl 4IMMe u4 the day with their aunt Mrs. G. B. auir ytm 4(Ktors prau4 Ity Anomaur Ullinf rrmwliM. tad prmrnlKd expected home in to rur withkl Irtalmrat. prvaountfd It Inmrablft. Pruitt. James Hubbard moved from local Edgar Hates is Mr. a MMtltvtKnal tilt-a few days from ('rah Orchard, Jcl'urr hit proifD Caurrti M and Urrtlra ttvutm MaMIWHaaal uwtmrat. Cooper's house to Mrs. Priscilla Catarrti Can. aiaaalartrl fcy r J. Caatf where he has been playing in the Iltll . on Brown's house in town. Ohio. H Mm Mir CaaiUMUanal run M llw Ho is an expert niiisi-- t i l laukct. It U UkfB InUnullr l orchestra. John Oliver, colored, is out again drofj to a tmipooarul. tat kK)M It axa dlrxllr has plaved at this popular mil tniHmn Mflam Dt tar aratrat. Tar rr nt nfter a few weeks illness. i.m and He lliitulrrtf oaliara lor aar tar H avtU la cure. ffeM lesiut for a number of seasons. (or rlrraia mod tMUBMalaM. Misses Ada and Minellc Pruitt ArtJrnr K J eilKSKV A CO. Tal4. AakV will resoine his studio in Central enjoyed an nuto ride to Danville with hoM br rrrita. Dauwllc laac lUU'i faalU ma tar llnlkAillM on tho opening of college. their cousins Mr. and Mrs. James Advocate. It. Pruitt of Cmnpbellsville. For Sale. Good second hand Mrs. Mnrv Straub of Stanford is Miss Fannie Lawson, of Iyouisville wagon and harneet. Pence Pros., visiting her brother Mr. B. B. King. rged 4'J years died last week, and .Mr. James Trace nnd fnmil.v left f. was buried tit her old homo ir. Junclast Tuesday morning for Somerset tion City on Friday. She is survived For Sale My home on lower where they will visit her people Mrs. Lawson was ItV two children. Mr. Lewis and family of Berea, .Main street. Possession at once. aro visiting E. J. Godbcy. u sister ot .Mrs. W. U. Surlier.- Mm. L B. Cook. l7tf Mr. nud Mis. I. S. White were tailed to the bedside of their brother If you aro considering buying a in lnw Mr. Levi Myers. cut tor or silo filler of any kind see Mr. ami .Mr. William MeCoinuick Mr. Levi Kc'ley who moved from C. L. Dawes or phone 41) anil he will wish to express their many thanks Morolniid n .short time ago was Intel-las- t tall on jou with the best cutter pro-- I to their friends who were so kind and Satiuday. He took dinner with 'i usition on the market. llionghttul of them in our rcecnt loss Till Jennings. liy fire. "A friend in need is a friend Mrs. Iluby Arhill nml daughter of There will bo an ice cream sup- indeed." Itichmond nre the guests of Mr. nnd per and cntertain'iiLiit at the HubMrs. J. C. Xcal. ble Chtistinu church on Friday, Sept There will bo nn iee orcnm supper Slh. All aro invited. nt the Ilitliii'e nnd entertainment REVIVAL AT FAIRVIEW. ( hristinn church on Friday night L'evival services will continue unThe largest crowd scon iu Stau-foi- d September 8th nil are invited. til Thursday night at Fairview. Quite this year will proluhlv bo presa good deal of interest is being mnni ent hero next Wednesday and Tliurs The death of George W. JM'-soday when the big Huiigliliiuil sales of Uockoastlo county, ago 74 festcd and it seems much good is Nineteen bnve united trill he held. 'Iho recent rains have means the passing of one, of a' clnss being done. with the church to date. He v. J. B. put the fanners to feeling good and which unfortunately only n few reall aro going after the cliissj offer- main. Ho wni honest and sincere Joi.es is assisting the pastor, Kev. ings of horses, mules, mares and iu all the term means and implies. A. G. Poker. The baptismal service Dinner Born nnd reared where and when will bo held Thursday nfternoon ut colts, cattle and sheep. will bo served free to all. bolls nnd locks were never needed three o'clock at Logan's creek on to protect property, he never could tho Somerset road. Mr. John Eiigleman the hots "water find the need of them. He had no melon nnd tomnto grower brought use for law or courts, under all cirtho I. J., five of tho largest tomacumstances applying the Golden toes it has seen in many years. Tho Rule, "do unto others ns you would ounces. Who have them do you". Ho renred a biggest weighed 1 largo family and had lint little of tail beat thsf this world's" goods, but to tho needy strintr alwnvs hung on the There will bo pvcathiug service nt the latch both fisrur.itively nnd liter-all- y Sunday inorume outside, the Haplist church He bnd no education and evening 1:15 and 7:.10 P. M., anil speaking. Mich words as graft ho never Sunday School .it !):H A. M., know. To himself ho has erected imiuiui'ont. more lasting and highei Wntcli next week for the Stau-folimn could bo erected hv lloekefollor ' Opei a House' ad. They will of Morgan, ''lie wns true to any 'MI!R. ufler a good at tract ion Saturday trust." BETSY'S POINTERS:night, September, Uth. "Molly and I agree that counterThe Daniel Boone company that playhouse. Sat- feit money and bubstltuto goods plavs nt our local urday lltli. carry with them a band come from tho same parents. The of Indians nml a number of wolves coin and the Roods way very closely No.Ji.Mouth.niMr.it. No. a, Houth, 10:44 A M. rtvtemble the genulno but behind them Watch for nnnounecment later. No.Jt, .Sorth.f.lU A. M. You No. t. North, SUV v. H, Is neither honor or nonesty. No.7,10:Na.h. As iisiuillv treated, n sprained will 11 nd no substitutes, only tho m. No.W.Htor. ankle will disable a man for three genuine of standard quality at Coffey JOS. 8. RICE, Agent. or four weeks, but by applying Chniu & Coleman's. berlnin's Liniment freely as soon as Now Is the time for that Ice Cream FRUIT AND SHADE TREES .. the iiiiurv is received, and ohserv-:..- Freezer and Water Cooler. We hay Everything for Orchard Lawn iV, wilti ench bottle. .lirootiiios '1 and Qardtn. I.. .tt.,..A !.. frnm two them, COFFEY 4 COLEMAN, Catalogue. No. Ainti to four days! Writ for Free by all deal Prwfiat DeUvtfy( Phone 1Mt .. H. P. HILLENMEVER A SONS. Mi-o-f i repre-sontnticoni-t.l.lei J. $1-1s U ToU-d- TIE NEW FEORIA- -A We sold last year several New Peoria Grain Drills to be thoroughly tested in every way. The new Disc Furrow Opener followed by a shoe enables you to deposit grain in the furrow at a uniform depth. The drills have proven a success and we recommend them. Call and get circulars and become posted. W. H. Higgins. btantord, JK.y. SHOES We have just received our FALL LINE ents, Vicis, Gun Metal, Velvets, Cravenettes. Suedes, Etc. This is the famous May Mantell line which is noted for quality, style and snap in ladies footwear! We invite you to inspect and com pare this line of goods before pur chasing1. O Ladies' Shoes in pat- HUGHES, MARTIN & CO. I. Stanford, Dry Goods, Notions, Shoes Ry. ii f.li-t- ASK YOUR Neighbor If You Have Not Worn One of Our (i'.)-.- Guaranteed All Wool Suits And Take His Advice IF YOU HAVE WORN ONE. WE ns KNOW IT HAS GIVEN YOU SATIS FACTION, YOU FOR WE SOLD IT T UNDER A POSITIVE GUARNO COM- ANTEE AND HAVE HAD PLAINTS. WHY NOT KNOW BUY 1 WHAT YOU IS GOOD AND RUN NO DON'T BUY SOMETHING SOME OTHER 4 nl wile zvm i5J RISK. ELSE. BECAUSE YOU. BUT HAVE YOUR OWN. FELLOW, JUST WANTS TO SELL A HEAD OF 5 THE HOME OF HART SCHAFFN ER, & MAR ALL WOOL CLOTHING L5N.TITCETKBLE '.ft. Cummins & Weareh, ,ti Foa, Stanford, Kentucky, (a THE INTERIOn JOURNAL, STANFORD. KENTUCKY. TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 5. 1911. i I C. N. Special Excursion T- O- FINE MILL FOR SALE! miss this opportunity lor nn to give mj exclusive time to my furin, nt I hntl lo take it lmok, I will sell to tbr highest li'ililor on tin- premises ho-- : inning nt 130 P. M.. on Tuesday, September 12, 1911 The follow im real estate: Flour mill nt 73 barrel onpaeily. (bit mill has four Mauds of rolls is nml nin!;os as i ran bv good flollf lillll II' Ml' lit INIil bo iiiiuh ll - bunt il on tie I). & C. railroad at MeKinnex ICv., 15 miles south of Dnniille nml .'10 mile north of w'tb ii x)iir running to the Without mil' from the main line. fear of contradiction I say wo have the best market for leeil in the state nml the bett loeateil roller mill. The null it five Monet high ami lint pi- -t reeently been equipped with the m.itt modern maehiuery from top to bottom. We have an nhunduut supply ol never fnfling .water. It has a large scale for weighing wagon and team, coal .sheds, a good haul mid In s adjoining it a pieee ot build-m- g land with u fiiie,eitleru, n well will and a eonerete eellnr on it. diiido Ihe land and sell it separately or will yell the two at a whole. Thi" sale will lake plaee the dav following the. Mile, ol the beautiful 1.3(1 a. refarm ol A. I). Koot We have six dliily train- - mid unv-oti- e desiring to see tin- - property ean' eet off .my of these trains nt and find lit without trouble. Term- - made known on dav of wile J. S. MURPHY. McKinncv Kv. Dun I THE FARMERS Those who have stock In our commission $nlc Thursday, please liav them on hand as early as possible J. H. on the mornlnn of the 7th... Biitiqhmnit, Live Stock Co. Two milet frnii Tumi For Kent ll'.ii'k rfuttonull.'. Applv to Mi "0-Giveiix. Uiftonvillo, Diiroe Fur Sale. Thoroughbred Jorsev sows, gillt an boars. T, .1. Durham. Crab Orchard. IL F I). --'. DON'T FORGET THE BAUGH- COMPANY'S MAN LIVE STOCK BIG SALES NEXT WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY. SEPT 6 and 7. se-- d For Sale. Goul .Northern rye. See or 'phone me Silas Moster. e. I. Morehitd IJ. 1. D i'li... 1 1 i'li i n in in ii in iinm inicttmctii! g IAsheville,N. 0. & C, 1 - T. P. Ry. "Land of th f Sky," Sapphire County." In connection with THE IDEAL VACATION SPOT. Southern Railway Distilleries I 1. SALE OF bt Tuesday September 12 191 nii-ie- Special train Leaves Lexington, n.oo l M., consisting of Pull Cnrs mid innii Drawing Mown Sleeping Car, Pullmun Modern Dny Conches, F.lcctrieally Lighted. Dining Com serving I'll moult. . LOW ROUND Som-erM- 't, And Farms - TRIP FARES. N. 07 j. rugs I In mi i! 'n-- i Asheville, Lexington to ict Liberal C, . . , .S7.50 Henderson, N. C Waynesville, N. C, Lake Toxawwy, N. C, ,.$8.50 ,.$8.50 ,.$9.50 Finnl Limit to return until Sept. 27lh Diverse Route going dir mid returning via Clint lanoogn v Lookout .Mountain), or vice voihii. rfl.00 in addition to aboe t.nmod faros. Stop-- 0 vcr Privileges. 1 For full information, booklet nn d sleeping enr reservations write 11. C. For Sno or trade for live stock, 78 II. .Muel- ncrcs on county road! (KMf. Icr, Stanford, Ky., Monte Fox, the well known entile buyer of Bolo, purchased several bunches f nun Hourhoii county parties hist week. Some of the puces be paid are as follows: from Ahum and Jes-- e Tumoy 13 head n'otugin-- : 1150 pounds at $5.b5; from .1. t. ; 1330 lb.-- ., Ilr.Min (il head .1'J bead at $5.05; from J. T. uvcrauim: 1100 siiinds nt .tO; t'rou K-t- oi offer for sale privately the following property: My home place of about 260 acres of land, on which it situated the Edge-woo- d distillery, a frame dwelling house of 10 rooms, practically new, with aH modern conveniences, including bath and water heating apparatus; all necessary outbuildings in splendid state of repair. The Edgewood distillery has 103 bushels capacity with 20,000 barrel storage capacity and bottling house all complete, also cribs for 3,000 barrels of corn. The brands of whisky made by this distillery have a national repu- tation. W. G. .M.Clinlock 1.IS0 20 heiiil.uwrm-iiivs KIKO, P. mill T. A. 10' K. Main Street. Lexington, Ky. PIioih1 11. C. I!) RKCKLF.R, (Ion. Pass Apt I'ignlls Ihiilihng, Cini'iniiiiti, 0. w 3D) tW ev jDiSGr ana jootter T-- ,. . . , TV .. man liiver pounds, at 5.S0. The Todhunter l'litin ot 150 !ontfd t milet eiiit of l.ctng ton, hat been -- old b (iMirjt Mo- -i U to J. II. Kitehm. oi of Vei-nito Fnyctt, Asblund, who will home .ount to make hi "ii-hHe. ine Tln-tnr- m w& tucky 2!,.P.. Fair -- JNliNTJI ANNUAL T. 1). 1 u.'li-- h And. .LOUISVILLE... WILL YOU? SEPTEMBER 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 1911. IXL BE THERE ! --. HEAD-ON K No. 320 Paul Jones Building 5b PUBLIC SALE CONCRETING; PERRY M. SHY, Secretary, oretlng, such r Block Work, PaTrmeutl nd, to (ct.wt can make nnythtnK from down to a fonce pot. We can lerrr nrit-cUtoo. promptly and junruntee COLLISION SATURDA- YMORK CLASSKS AND LARGER PREMIUMS THAN KVKK For information or catalogue write to 0t THRILLING FREE ACTS DAILY- -RACING - - LIVE STOCK SHOW FINE HORSES - - GOOD MUSIC CLEAN MIDWAY - EDUCATION hlgli grade stock nrpenter s block runil, foruier-tioOJ., . h owned by llios. C. Jlumber, wlio tl! louniler and director in the 0!in.iVmitHn.1S?irtPrt"v'ifc ! . . Lincoln Comity National Hank, of BR.OA.,j..lanfird K ThU M,e w.u tako Btantord, Ky. 0u con-1 W.Metnpoiltlontodoallklndi of , of registered , and nt O PHILLIPS t LT I r SUpl - O va 5riDfc5 ',... Thursday, I ed Sept. 21, l-'- 1911 at t):30 A. HI., 1 J miles from Crab Orchard. Ky., on the Cliiippell'rf Gap pike. The following live btock will be of: chestnut sorrel rockawny nnd coach horse, not afraid of trains or Galdrives well; lon bay gelding, broken to drive, out Galtou of Clay mare; 1 lia ygelding, e.xtr.i nice horses, both ot these and subject to register; 1 Chester Jewel bay horse, 1 Denmark brood nnd Shetland work mare; 1 pony bj HIiiu Kyes; 1 pony by Dock Gray with horse colt by her sido by Heid's bay stallion; i Dignity Dare buckling filly out of jack, Kx- Cluv mure; 1 C- ear-ol- d eelsior. by Tevis' Emperor; his colts Im vn -- old for f(3 to $125 and 00 per cent of his colts nre mares ; I yeniliii',' jack by Harris' Hilly Keeiie; 4 good jennets, 3 good work mules, 1 pair yeriing mules, 3 suckling mules; 3 Jersey heifers with high grade heifcalves, 1 er, 1 yearling heifer; 1 nnd 1 yearling heifer subject to register, 1 weanling heifer of high grade high grade Jersey cow high witli heifer calf, 1 grade Jersey cow. The dnms of this stock have all been told for $50 to .i73 ech; 2 good Jersey bulls, 1 nnd 2 years old, subject to register, 1 tin Shorthorn milk cow, 6 steers, 1 mid 2. years old and 50 ewes. Ternu made known on day of sale Dinner on grounds. Persons ur- living by train cun be convoyed to farm from depot by public ioney- ani'cs. Dr. J. G Carpenter & Son, .It. F. I). 1, CHAD ORCHARD, KY. Col. J. P. Chandler. Auctioneer. 1 auto-moliik'- .-, -j -I FOR 8UMMER DRIVING ttie comfort of both norses uuil Jnv . ors should be specials couBldaied by securing a proper outfit of lap rotea, Utanketa. fly nets unit oilier neccbsart ea trout our complete assortment ol horse goods. 3lere are light, but strong and durable, single and double bnrueiis, admirably suited to load along with a hill line of work pur-pose- harness pilces. of the best quality at flat i C. McCLARY, NOTICE! Stanford. Ky. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned who was convicted of the crime of Graud Larceny, nnd sentenced to confinement iu the State Ptnitentiary for the period of 10 vears, by judgment entered nt the May term 1901). of the Liueolr. Circuit court, will on orubout September 11 1011, apply to the guwr. i...r ii f Ivi'iilnckv for naidoii. All porsuiis opposed to the grunting t the same will notify tho governor on or before the date ubove mentioned, .luting iu writing their to the grunting thereof. This Aiigntt 27111 19 U. juud noted liiidinnrk. Tbf prie JUKB0 CAMP MEETING! xms over .00.11(111. For Sale. I have 400 or 500 bii-- h i'li of Missouri Fnlti m1 wlnait for Commencing September I, 1911 Run sale; will rerlean and w II t H a nlny Ten Days. bilhel. Ju- -. MrKfohntt. Iliom L.in p 1'IIlil K .MLETJXGS DAILY Kxrhunire cn-l10 a. m.. 2 p. m., 7 p. m. Kxtrn cien nmt nice prw wint.-tur- f MINISTERS: oats for -- coil. Seo lampht nt RKV. J. K. WOOLItlDOK, liu oil Lincoln National ltRiik. 200 bimhels for sale. 1 M. Reynold- -, Wnvnet-burg- . Snniir. RKV. ItOllEKT .McUOWAN, Glascnttle suloi-- . gow, Some Uradford-vill- e Siniib Iiev. II. C- - Wilton, of Iliiell Co. Ky. T. II. Thoniton e. Son sold to -er A. Wavne 30 heal of .Kld-l- b Song Leader. ul f.5.75: A. I). Pnrdv -- old to Graxo-Some Oilier Ministers have been -leoiv at 5 Co., lt and will be looked for. cents; X. B- - Avritt sold 13 head uf Jumbo Camp is Located. steer- - to niuniel at Jn Lincoln county, Ky.. 3 miles from cents. John Tliointon -- obi ! i uos-- i Stanford, and 4 miles of McKinney, to Smith & Wayne at i'i.OO and II. near the bead waters of Green river. T. Onrtin -- old one imir of millet Plenty of. water and good tabernacle to J. H. Spalding for $350. I want to rent 25 to 10 acres of lunch stand, etc. t Those wishing to stay over night good wheat land. Must be elo JOS. Stanford. I!o get lodging cheap, close to tnber town. Add re tan 7,M- nacle. nte fee 13 cents; children K. Fat entile have been going out of under 10 years free. There nre n. Kentucky rapidly on acfew rooms to Ict to those who wish, Central short litre of pastures C. C count of them. McDonald, buver for SuUbenrer & The uate fee will he charged ouly Swartchild, has purchased 2,500 or. Sunday- -. cuttle, which will average above The Object pounds, and will try to increase Of these meetings is the regeneration hi iiurcha-- e to 5.000 bond. The of yiiiiiers. and sauctification of be- cnttle were bomrh; nt an avenge of lievers. Come praying God to pour 0 cents. The Hurley tobacco crop of Kenout the Holy spirit upon tbu people nnd give us the be- -t meeting tills tucky, which last vcar was estimatlbs., will venr that Jumbo Camp has eve1" had. ed 'to be 300.000.000. not amount to more than 50.000.000 MEK I this year, it is belie, ed The ureal shortage is due to tho worst drought FARM FOR SALE OR RENT! iu 3" years. Will sell privately my farm nf Mr. W. II. Muiphv. the well knowjn about 200 acres iu IJncoln county, stockman f Lfiicnln county, was in Ky., " miles east of Stanford on our city yestoribn. and told u report 80 acres in corn, JO er for the Mi elisor there had been Dix River. ncres in mention, balance in iiiuo little dry weather in bis locality and were irootl. which wil' grn--- , lias a four room tenant house his cr.i lie irood news to his manv friend". iroad barns, and otht r oulhou-e- .Mr. Murphy and family had boon good stone spring hou-- e, small orchvisiting hfs nephew. Mr. A. J. Rice ard. Plenty of stock water, good and family in Currant county, nnd fencing. tbev were spending the dav with joining this farm. Mr. and Mrs. F. K. Tnbble in tbir School hou-- e Will sell nil together or in two (.(! v, Diii'Villo .ilooato. If not tracts. Term- - em-y- . hnil a gooil cow kiu-i- d Sion Jle-ssold will rent for cash for lit 12. bv ii imhi bi- -l week whjch Tli'l. Will also sell half interest in 80 n bunch of Prod Von Allimin acres of corn to bo cribbed on plnce mid .talk i'.'nO.pouii.l ho-- . to If ('. Triiol.l at f .n and 12') acie Grass hasn't been grazed 7 cent fields. Isiughl ot .1. n. K. V.. Thomp-o- ii this year. Thompson 2 cows mid three veal Mrs Walter Warren. cnlve- - foi t85, of F. L. Thompson t.i. i DON'T FORGET THE BAUGH- - n cow nml two ouiyc-iCOMPANY'S i L. Kenne.lv. n cm jorri". MAN LIVE STOCK V If. Humes bought u weanling me re urvr uicnyccniv A- - Po'ter for SH'O " ""'" f""" ANn THURSDAY.. SFPT fi nd 7 (iS-lor (U-S- p. & in-it- ed IHIO-iMiiiMO-pou- uf Ihe moi-- t Milunble protertie-ii, well roi trai Kent in bat u tlni mid k. i i The Duddcrar's Mill property containing about 50 acres of land and Ja water 2. and steam grist mill of 50 barrel capacity, which has recently been overhauled and y brick dwelling house at the mill. made up to date; also n The John Spoonamore farm of about 120 acres, containing frame dwelling 3. and outbuildings. The John Traylor distillery properly of 7 ocrcs ol Gilbert's Creek station. 4. The distillery has a capacity of 36 bushels and a storage capacity 6f 4,000 barrels. The John Traylor farm of 19S acres, with frame dwelling and outbuildings. 5. This properly is all on Dix river, in Lincoln county, Kentucky, and all on the Goshen turnpike except the John Traylor property, which is on the county road leading from the Gilbert's Creek station to Duddcrar's Mill. For further particulars, address two-stor- W. H. Traylor, I R. F. D. 4, W s, -- Stanford, Ky. Hanna's Green Seal "THE PAINT" B8.. .MlliLPU 1IKOADUUS. Knir the ,i... l.'. .!,,,. I v ' i.'.. " I'll! HID Suulhein railway hiiwi named rate of one fare plus 23.- - fo Who round' Itip. Tickets on sale September !, to 10, inclusive, with final limit September 20lh. Seo local agent for full information. J. '. Heum, Jr., A. Q. P. A. St, Louis, Ip. lllt.T nicely located, mostly bottom tcry productive. Kvery aero tll'ublq. an abundance of stock water nnd figneclpll'y' adanto4 to corn and Tho Interior Journal and the Weelt- ;,raa8. Good tenant nouse of three Terms reasonable y Cincinnati Knqulrer one year Tor roomg on farm. once to. II 30. The weekly Bnqulrer Is a splen .VPiyR.atH. Uronaugb. Agent. did farm and family paper. ard. I FARM FOR 8ALEI We wilt foil prlvttteiy a farm of about ISO actes In Ltnco n county. Ky.. onehntt mllo from Crab Orch land, Pence Bros., Stanford, Ky Adorn, of ltole old one, FOR SALE! Farm For Rent. 2i nerct n th pig- -, to Mr. Norton, for t VYiiliit:! I'Jut iicighhothood. 15 MiMib-- homo eoiilninuig 2 .icres nnd 15 011. lie nl-- o sold to J. C Sald-we15 of laud. 4 miles south of pound. iu sod to go in viirn; 25 acres pi l.inon-te- r 12 -- look hogs a' IS 4 miles eist of Stanford. tboat, 12 in oats mid remainder m --- old A1 ouie J. II. Thompson i Di Kier ut the forks of tk grilse, good hon-- o mid barn. Wont li.nnth' buy to S. U . Fife at 1.10. tor cash. Apply to Mr--. George riMid. londuig from the Dnddcrarx him pound J.F. Thompson sold Mill to Oilhett's (Vok slutioii. stom Lognn. 70 If iv.llle to L. K. Perkins ut I1- - cent- -, mid t office, which it one mile sold two weanling mure m.ilus to Plenty of fruit, good eisteri. good A RECORD BREAKING HEN. f2h7.5ll Garrard tor ni. Palmer, bnm and mid dwelling mid nil outMisH Fauna Huobn of Ottoiiheini M F. Ijiwrenoe sold u pair of building-. Address Prof. J. Dnt-somules to J. II. Huughuinu hat a riuord breaking ben. She laid 70-Gilbert's Creek Kv. Garner Price bought O eggt since the second of Februlor t:'o2..r.0 ary. She lit id the lust egg (bo tllh a pair of pi Pulatli FARM FOR SALE! hor-- e Miule, from Duck Lee for $325. ot Aug. and the time she was laving i.l-- o pound hog- - of G. It. -- he showed no inclination to sol like 0 liroyles at 5 4 cents; 4H liend of other hens. She would te.--t one day Wo will sol nt public miction In unit thou U again. Since she lias 75 pound hog- - from siiiki ati 5 stoipod In.ving she .1. T. Itigsby sold a iu her Host Iront of the court house. In Stanford. Ky. on the second Monday In Keptem. .leweu nlxtit fisc minutes each dav mid loan geliling to iiariu-o- n, 2 M., and Patter-- , o a Lc:iikIoii f"i rl ! i cackles us if -- he l luul her eirg. her ntnnd o'clock P.miles the farm known n hair four from Stanford Sum .1. il.irtis . :il ton licii: it uist nuenii mis mo nc- -t uem tin- - en the Mustnnvllle pike. 'icol' .'a o to li'.niii.'ii: hon-- o -- o she can keep an ee on j Thin farm contains onn hundred and Williams. Pnr' I'r.tb Oi'cliiud III'" hen which is very lame mid flies fifty ncres, onc hundred of which Is In. al-- o lap and cats out of tine state ot cultivation '.0 liSOlii In fior "springs, for f21'.' Over ona thousand dollnrs worth of locust ost lor -- 2.nl. I' lier ImiiiI. heifers to K. K. Tho-pt- on can be cut from this place, also n lot Grunt Hammondn bought: a Ininelt of walnut lumber. ol 100 pound hog- - ol K. D C ; i.t D. It. Hibeiston DcptiU Collector A splendid stock pond ted by n nor- (! cents. of liilonuil Keveiiuo. lias n fiicnd m icr fnllnc siirluc. a. biixoh of IContuekx T. A. Ilieut who is the fnther of u lit- Atmut slxtj- - ncres of this farm Is etv stock owes from t'eorge Hull ul Jtle girl ju- -t old enough to begin lo poclnlly ndopted to tho raising of hemp .?3. a"'' tolmcco. lisp her pro vers. room House, just com- T. J Durham, ul! White- -. Mill sold IN'V'. " .Milv. .. I....I ii..,.. One ni.itit i Olio mile from church nnd n thoroughbred Duroi sow mi Ja- - I). 'she was prottv tiled mid sleep mid! pleteil. tmrn, built srhiol One Albiickle .il Silvio luck lot 20. showed mi inclination to waul to hist fall, alsolarre tobacco cood stock Imrn. Ten tin- - evening pni.M'r. Fiu-ai- l ncres of youiiR orchard. her mother tn.iiaitoil her I hat CINCINNATt MARKETS. This If, n splendid home nnd must it was necessary to enrrv out her bo seen to lt0 appreciated, If no fnlo I. Cat lie Ciuiiiiiuill Sept. programme. She went thioiigh Is mudo this farm will b(. rented on 252; maikel steady to stnmg to ul yoslerday's prices; steers .Tvl.'ifii with the litt(e pin vcr mid when she tho s&mo date, 131- thu htRhtMit bidder A. D. HOOT. -'. 1 5.75; cow bpl rmi-he- d she remarked to her for tw. year of 11.75: lioil'ers f2J25C ((.5; ii Ives ipiiot and gonoral'v 25c mother: Hogs Keceipls; lower "Mnmiim. don't von think I am 1.117; aeliM; puckers nml totting pretty well aeipiaiiilod with Veiy low fnres to Cincinnati uud butcheit lid- - higher: light shipc'rs (iod ?" Louisville Queen leliiiu anil Crescent via Tunes. higher, p.iokois T7.35((r 5(a)20u route ncroiiiit celebration of tho com 7.75; sings f 3.25(j,5.75 ; common ts pletion ol the Fernbnrifc Dam. .mvs fl.25fn'(i.7ri; pigs nml lights on snle eeptember 5, (1, 7, ?3(n7; market steady. i125'ii3.25 as ii .1 th, final limit to return Septem-- , steady al yester lamb- - Murkit her II, PHI. The round trip fnr elo-iiil3o7'0.10. nricea day's lroiu Lorington will be 2.70. Cured by The Marvel of The Csntury, AtlracllnilS. Street nnd historiU. D. B. Tested for 30 Years. cal parades, illuminated night page-nuts- . Hawking, splttlm?, roul, breath, Hand concern for prir.es moto-- . of yellow matter permanently cured with jairo Itotanlcnl ingredi- boat races, steamboat parades, decents. To prove It wo will send you a orated motor boat p.igenutH, .Music I. oratory, and flying maSAMPLE TREATMENT FREE W A. HKCKLF.lt. Oei.i.i' lATAItltll IS NOT ONL DANUKll-OU- chines. MADE-TO-WEAAgent. R tiut It causes ulcerations, death nmt decay or bones, Rills ambition often muses lotss of npputlte, ami Has stood the test of time and has been improved in quality with the -eaches to general debility, Idiocy and COL. WALTON'S PLANS pitting yean. insanity. It needs attention at once 1 .i.vilitmt . l.f.nitni'1 Many brands of paint are offered for sale and quite often careiul scrutiny is not Cure It by taking Botanic Blood Balm Severnl of the stnto papers ainong IU (B. B. B.) It Ik a quick rmllcal porma-non- t given the subject with reference to the quality of the paint to be uted. l, lire euro hecuuso It rids the system the rruiikioit of tho poison Kornis that causo ontnrrh puhlishiiig mi item lo tho effect that TEST THE QUALITY. EXPERIENCE IS A GOOD TEACHER. P. Walton, thu lolernii at tho same ttum Blood Balm (B. B. ( ol. 9.) purines tho blood, does away with nulfl ot this city has accepted aj It is a good idea to learn the composition of the paint you intend to ute. Ther 61 cry symptom ot catarrh. B. B. B. position on thu Louisville Times mid is a difference. j curls a tingling flood of warm, rich would edit a special column fin-- Hint! puro blood direct to tho paralyzed paper. on nerves, und parts affected by catarrCol. Wnlton, when seen Mondav hal poltion, Klvlng warmth and strength Just when) It Is needed, nnd stilted thnt bis plans to write fori Seal i In this way muklng a perfect lutitlnK the Times were only tentative nnd. cure ol catarrh In all Its tonus, DltlKl that the negotiation begun soverali good faith and attests the confiidence the makers have Mn This is an evideace of UloT.S or by express, It l'Ult I.AitUK dnvu ngo were not completed IIUTTLK, with directions for homo tinted however, that lie expected t ib their product. BKNT FltEK by writ- remove to Louisville, in tho event ol euro. siAMi-Ling Blood Balm Co Atlanta Qa. Dei. disposing of his property henvtnl cribs your trouble and tree medical Unit llu. eilitnrinl on the advice given, (Sold by ihun' th uud Times was part of Ills urrongementt,YW( sow nad six -l! v 1 1 p-1 m. 8. i'-'1.-527-123-2. m-I- s "Oi'-poiii- ul I 1- -4 ! I sep-riiate -lo-- ieips er wa-o-o- !. mm 'id Mons-Ticke- or oi Catarrh L' firo-iork- s S Pns-eug- er 1 News-.lourmi- , jo-ir- The printed formula appear Paint. of Hanna' Green every package no-ili- J 'Clu.'l tt, tf ft t