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'CLAT CITY, KYHURSbAY ft tin SEPTEMBER (By P. 23, i 91 5. NO. 81? . ' , Influence known Mule government, .ruouc "s '"V,S1U' UV VI' A IV! I .and PolWcal organizations hav i uispiayea a moroia, ingenuity in incir Joteph;T(i1er, living on Black efforts to secure the approval of an a mile and a half unsuspecting;- public by glittering gen- - UreeK 11 WL'i f InOUSanUS AtteituKally Oil "all tics and meaningless platitudes from town, was most Instantly while filling their slush funds from its kilIedSutur.day by a kick from a Inexhailfttlhln coffers. An nlnr unit Kentucky Democrats Accom-soundin- g discerning public demands not hlgh,mu'(e 0'w9 working. b professions. "of party" loyalty .patiied by his son, Greene, Ite Glasgow but it demand? explicit promises, the ,VftB ,.,i:.,nna nnt. tn hn Bawprl - p. ."C . adoptlpn of concrete reforms and the using; a mulq and a horse. The remedy or known abuses the restraint of the activities of the lobby- mule had several times refused Leaders ist and the lawlessness ot the trust. to pull and Mr Toler stood right Such legislation while demanded apply the whip. Afby the people Is peculiarly' obnoxious behind . to those who are to be affected by Itt ter striking-it- r once, the animal Burgoo la Served In Huge Quantities. and, top orten Incur the Implacable lashed outgone hoof catching Mr. j Stanley. Explains Democratic ' Says He Will Carry Out and noiseless hostility of 'invisible uopa 'Koad Pledges rKousta tne government? The makers of party Toler just.over the heart. Cryplatforms, and. the Candidates upon ing out. liLbrd have mercy on Republicans. them", often find themselves between tha conflicting forces which Root se tne." Mr. Toler sank to the Glasgow, Ky, September 20. Spec graphically described, the people de ground, und expired almost at iahtralris conveyed thousands of Ken- mandlng a pledge ot faithful service tucky Democrats, from all sections of and the interests the omission of suet once. the state, to the noteworthy event of Coroner S V. Larisnn was For that reason, sis the formal opening of the Democratic pledges. should attach to moreomls Called nlficance the an'dxBuinnioned a jury campaign for state, judicial and legis Elons In a political platform, than In lative, onlcea. composed of&P. L. Lamberson, J. things which are actually said. .The ' sparkling oratory of former the White, Claude Congressman A. O. Stanley, their Prom the things which1 are said, you B. Patton. nominee, pleased the multitude of ca, in . a measure, determine what AlexiMider.f&Jl. Patton and E. . , .. Vbters and for' the cause r the p rri Williams, who after viewing the of. Democracy. Mr. Stanley spoke, In pie, and from those things i'l'ody and hearing the evidence of h,.ch.. part, as follows; omlrted, you may know with reason On the 3l8t day of August, 1915, able' certainty what the same party the boy, whqfwas the only wit tho Democracy of .Kentucky In is about to dorvto4hem. Thus it will assembled, rededlcated itself be seen there is an" vntjless conflict ness, returned? a verdict to the il'ecl that. deih was caused by to the. serrice of the people and the between the advocates of hocet gov kick fropf .tlijj1 mule. ernment and iheae emissaries of plur der and privilege, who come to party rtreniuleiwas known to. be ot leaders like NIcodemus by night, in si8tlng upotr1 silence and a covert un derstaadlng to commit the party to 'aVid vounm'lWiad wuined, his no policy which majAialt . in' the--i rip fining rlliul - ",rJi,;1, llLII IV Dl uIAIiLEiI F" is rsss " STANTON. Tadlnfe and unseen fOtf! Blind O. Dcrthick.) .J!) a?ut Colson Blackburn entered school at Berea last week. Bob Blackburn was home last Tuesday It. Catron were called to Lexington Wed nesday of this week. Mrs. W. Mr. and at Party Jubilant Plat-forfaan- d it-t- from Iowa, are this week. Henry Daniel's son and wife, visiting them was too lonesome and too far from homo to be in Tennessee. A check for $5.00 was received from Strauder Snowden for the cemetery fence? Mrs. M. Burgher and Mrs. Johnson, of Clay City, each sent a dollar. Will all who subscribed send in at once so- we can know what to depend on for the fence. $00 has been subscribed and. we need $100, and $800 will be required if we put an iron fence in front. - v - AS. - Con-Tentf- la Miss Edna Childers, of Pine Ridge, and James Swope, of Mr. and Mrs. Sid. Bush, of were married last Winchester, visisted with Mr, They will make their and Mrs. Jesse Crowe over Sun. lujme nt Campton, where the day. groom is employed as depot Little Marian Atkinson. has eru agent. tirely recovered from diphtheria, and returned to Beattyville with Will Work Two her parents last week. ' Days on Road Ben Miller, of Frenchbnrg-- , and Thursday, Sept. 80,' and Friday Mies Ollie Morrison, oTtibor, were married at the home of the October 1, have been selected as writer Tuesday. Mrs. Miller is the days to work oa the road, at the Granny Howard hill as far. as neice of Mrs. Cora Garaboe. where the new road ruus into Mr. and Mrs. 0. O. jjwen, of Stanton. Many of the lead-nWed-neScfcy. Fred Ware has taken charge of the Bonne House, formerly man aged by Mrs. Walker. Young Couple Married. .Ross ;M tectloh 1ft the public. The platform of a political party has .an Infinitely greater significance than , the utterances of Its candidate. One is the solemn covenant ot tho many thousands of men and the other is perchance tho private opinion of a single individual. Analysis of the Republican Platform, j For that reason, I shall In ttie very (beginning, call your attention to a brief analysis ot the declarations upon which all the candidates ot the Re publican Party stand and which has been described by the bead of the ticket as his party's "word of honor" t which "when accepted by the suffrage of tho people to whom it Is given, becomes a solemn contract sealed with thn fFrn.it rtrn1 nf thn Commonwealth. A covenant whix- me people ot KeniucKy." What covenant has Mr. Morrow or A. O. STANLEY, his party made to protect the State by DilnnMnfl frftm tha "minora nnrl aannnri14 rt faith, of tho Fathers, without a dissenting voice, a platform very form ot free government and specifically pledging its nominees to honest endeavor? Search it, and from the highest service of the common- - beginning to end, from Alpha to Orae- wealtbt Not the least important ot Ite ga, there Is not a lines not d word, covenants was an unequivocal pledge' not a syllable against "Invisible gov-t- o stubbornly oppose that most insldl-- J ernment," not a pledge to the people e ous foe to every righteous reform j to cleanse the Legislature of government." On the same tlon or the corruptlonlst, not a sera-daplank or an the Constitutional Convention ot bianco ot an Why in the declaration. the State of New York heard from' anti-trus- t the lips ot Its President, Elihu Root,1 name ot reason and justice and com-- a most startling declaration, the more mon sense, did not my distinguished surprising when you consider the pre--, opponent, who was present when that vious political alignments ot the speak- - platform was reported, arise In that er and the character of his auditors. Convention and say then as he says "What Is," said Mr. Root, "the now, "the Third House is still greater Government ot this State, the Gov--, than the people's house; still throws ernment ot the Constitution? Oh, upon, it Its dark and damning shadow; nn nnl half nf thn tlmn nr hnlf while ODen craft anil hraznn Inhhv. way. the Government of the ing is charged by Kentucky's great- State has presented two different est Democratic editor?" Why did he lines ot activity, one of the const)- utter no warning that such an orals- tutlonal and statutory officers oi slon would be regarded as the evl-'- i I the State, and the other they call dence of Inexcusable Ignorance or the them party bosses tho system they badge of cowardness and of shame?, Ho calls a Democratic Legislature to call "Invisible government." It Is all wrong. It is all task for failing to pass an "' wrong that the Government not au bill, but neither he nor his party offer, thorlxed by the people should be to the. people one ray of hope that In) continued superior to the Govern- - the event of his election he will sug- Bient that is authorized by 'the poo-- est or will enact, such a law. pie." Invisible Government, Says Mr. Root, the fake government Tho Democracy of Kentucky, pure even lu the imperial State of New and uadeflled. has declared war upon York for years has been stronger than lhls monstrous thing. Mnvlslblo Gov the. true government. The inordinate eminent.' Ellhu Root on the same power of such a government Is not ,jay (B tn0 Very citadel ot privilege n: an,j plunder admitted: iMjiKci bkuoo iv id uui inn. ail lis BCitiBii, anu sinister purposes, "Both parties are alike: all par- all 1U secret operations, all Its mul exposed In their titudlnous mUdeeds Mk4 Bl4eewsaa to the view ot hen-w- t mm, they wwld recoil In disgust 'ku4h kwwl tram tU modern and MVMitrewi perversion of popular gov . it when standing beh-nthe whip. Toler is survived by his wife and several ch'iidren. The funeral took pla e Sundty afternoon, burial beins at the Patton graveyard on Black Creek- d to'-appl-y Prof. Mitchell To Preach Here. Ken-Wesley- jJflalH9 - Prof. W. B. Mitchell, of College, will tucky REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF have charge of thr Clay City 4217 circuit this year. Prof. Mitchell CLAY is a member of the Kentucky at Clay City, in the State of Kentucky, at the close of business Sept 'J, 1015 Conference. He will be assisted RESOURCES. by M. P. McOlure, a sophomore $83,320.41 preach- - I.oiiiis and discounts notes held in bank at tho college ami a local '. 205. M Overdrafts, unsecured er. l mi. auicneii win preiicn ai 25,000.00 U. S. bonds deposited to secure circulation, (par value) Sunday. Ito8slyn next Securities other thnu U. S. bonds (not including stocks) owned Fdriiisli'loams and lielp, oud any Mrs. Lwen one that travels over this, road is was formeiij' Mius Madge- Welch. invited to assist by giving two The writer was in Perry and days where possible, or even one Letcher counties for several days day or one hour. The result of comiim home Tuesday afternoon, the work will be published in the and has not had time to gather Times, with the names of those all the news for this week. who help, and the time they put Charley Crowe returned Satur-dain. Any suggestions concerning from Kimberliu Heights, Tenn., and has entered school the road will be cheerfully re J. W. Burton, here to take the lirst year of col- ceived. lege work. Charley thought tt Gen. Munager. y THE CITY NATIONAL BANK corrup-"Invisibl- Stock Sales. It. L. Tipton bought S3 head of 1100 pound steers from II. S. Chrijtooher, of Spout Spring, at cents. He also bought a number of fat heifers from parties at 0 cents. Caswell Golf, of Clark county, bought 25 head of 1)00 pound steers from bhelt MclVlnney, ai 7 cents. 7 1-- 4 dif-ferent anti-lobb- y : unpledged Subscription to stock of Federal Reserve bank, 12,000 1,000 Less amount unpaid, HunkJiiK house Duo from Federal Reserve Rank Due from approved reserve agents in New York, Chicago and 1,007.01 St. Louis Duo from approved reservo agents in other reserve cities 7,210.42 Duo from other banks and bankers Fractional currency, nickels and cents Lawful Money Rehekvr in Rank : Total coin and certificates Redemption fund with U. S. Tmuror (not more than 5 of cir'l'n) Total 20.6S1.23 1000.00 1,000.00 2,000.00 11.S83.43 134.91 30.15 3,163.00 1,20000 fl40.674.23 LIABILITIES. anti-lobb- y ' f 1 ttfttt. puUte Kvaw finlMtiM sftryant, every sks rleraBt plltl-ee- l m truly as the atmosphere which wade. the Cr41t Meblller scandal Doaslbja . Capital sto.'kpaid in..'. $25,000.00 in tne congress of the United States Surplus fund 8,000.00 and haa been blown away by the Undivided profits, 2,581.31 , force of public opinion. 2,573.45 Less current uxpeiifcs, interest und taxes paid Ml. 00 S25.000.00 nirculatilltf notes "We can take this one step toward, Duy to banks and bankers 28.18 .t, not robbing tho people of their part; Demand deK)sItB: In government, but toward robbing Individual deposits subject to check, 8 4,645.80 an irresponsible autocracy ot Its In - Total deposits S4.673.C8 defensible and unjust and undemo. ijiiu Pnvable. iiicludliur obligations reprosontiiiK money borrowed.... 5.000.00 cratlc control of government, and restoring tt to the people to be exTotal $140,674.20 ercised by the men ot their choice and their control." ' Statu ok Kentucky, County ok Rowan, From the north woods to. the Ever-.. .1 . . r .1 .1 t I, A. T. Whitt, Cashier, of thu above named bank, do solemnly swear that tho above ktatciiient is true to the best of my knowledge, und beljef. A.T, Whitt, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 13th day of September,, 1015 Harlan Rlair, Notary Public . ' My Commission expires March 0, 101tL Convct-AUO- sU Krauk It. Russell, ) fjeo Hon Directors. James 11. Hall, ) (Continued m Pago Six.) ' i.-- m -- ! if A. THE A Democratic Newspaper TIMES. Has New Lease on Life Doyle Says Declares Tanlac Relieved Him oflndigestlon And Sluggishness C. . L--' RUSSELL, Painting, Paperlianglng, Decorating Reasonable Prices- - Satisfaction STANTON' COLLEGE, KY. Guaranteed STANTON, Eighteen Years Old The Best Weekly in this Section. Next Term Opens September 6, 1915' 9 M. P. O'Mara Editor mail matEntered as second-clas- s ter n't tho Post Office at Clay City, Ky., under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1870. A HOME-MA- DE PAPER. 2.1. 1915 THURSDAY, SEPT. This is a bad year for a Democrat to vote for h Republican nominee. In fact, any year is a bad one to dp that, but this is a particularly ipopp'ortune time. -- Louisville, Ky., Sept. 22. M. J. Doyle, of 1127 West Jefferson street, this city, says Tunbic of taught him to relish his food afBourbon' Poultry Cure ter be supposed he had lost his down a 'chlck'a throat cures Cpes. A few drops In tbe appetite permanently. Mr. Doyle water cures) nd prevent diarrhoea, cholera and other is n route mswi for the Admits chick diseases. One Joe bottle nukes Headlong of medicine. M Express Company. all drtHTetsti, or by mall postpaid. Valnable poultry book tree. "My digestion was all out of lONWIMKDTtO. tnHETM ir shape,'' he said recently. "It Sold by the got to be so bad that I ate almost nothing, and didn't enjoy FARMERS UNION SUPPLY CCM', what I did eat. After a meal I Ky. Clay City;, felt worse than I had before. Warm weather made me feel lwtes and no account, but in weather, and especially in For fine Watch and Clock diTIip weather, I was subject to . One of the Best Schools in Kentucky. Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science. Review Classes in the Common Branches will be Concluded throughout the Term. jriwjt drink-In- e By paying part of their Expenses in Woik, Students may get Rates at the Dormitory as low as $1 56 per Week... For Information Write to ; .' Rev. J. C. Haniey, President, Stanton, Ky. Next year is a presidential? year WI dragged along with my work this. and the vote in Kentucky in a half hearted way. My neryear will have an inlluence upon ves were in bad shape. 1 didn't would be vote in 1910. lr. badrcolds. REPAIRING or any workfinmy line, I will be glad to haVeyou call on me Starck Pianos No Moaey in Advance Satltilac' tion Gaar. an re-ele- iuternational-CMlartiit- y 'not to Woodrow Wilson next year. If, bv any mischance, Kentucky should go Republican this year it mijiht be the means ot bringing about the defeat of the Democratic ticket in fh nextl'resrdutial election. The reswlt of the ejection;- in this state lr 1015 will .Have a far. - sleep well. "In the course of my business it was suggested to me several times that I try Tanlac, und 1 d -cided to do jtv The first bottle did me a world of good, and now I feel as though had a new lease, on life.. I ain glad to tell otherfr how much good this re marUahle "medicine has done me, 1 S.vVIIaRIS0N Clay City Kentucky E a m i on i , Terms A anteed ' Fa ct pry Prioea LovrcstNe Jtfferson ond "School sf Lawi P A. STARCK Saving o S 1 OO to S2 0 0 Too-lorFrom Direct y ':'-,i:-5 t ;' i .i" ,I ., ,i COilPLETE TWO TKAR COURSE, d free lit f ll.jj.iud m b9 47mD(e.For year opetu uct. s. o irpre f v Bclf-hel- o BsB; TuttlonV Jui.3. t BCTIOMT "juviocu&na Jbejee'rless 'sTWnu can' novv be obtuiiied in ifpeechefthroughout the" state liatqn i&jMcGuire h&VQhdicated, and it behooved aud io Sttutiii fronl" Hlirdwick every Democrat to get rtgiiv oe hind the ticket and work for thr' success of the party.' ttgorsot. tnejr - iivesa? Mo.rrovv-c- s Jpfepara-.tioii- j ELLIOTT FEME Glay-Gity-froi- n aim icn mis H.at highest grade, sweetest toneil anl fjjicxt pinnnln every ivar. thatou. have'ever-seefor the money, you are .at iwjrfcf t l.beriv to nnVit "back, and werwlll.'ln that event, pay the frelsht both waya, 'IUU Strfrclt lJano must raalco good with you, or there Is no Bale, 1 ijo-io- r - 30S' IJW . 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Edwin Morrow- up to. date, have been disappointing to- - the Repiibli1' cans, Being u nephew of the' late Senator Bnldley and bear-fusome resemblance in appear, mice to his uncle, his party associates were hopeful, that this new leader might infuse new life into the sickly and failing form of Republicanism, but such liopeR have been blightdd by the commonplace utterances of the Republican candidate for Governor, liis speeches so far have been not only tame and ineffective, but contain many statements not based on facts. Oweusbnro g GENET , T. J. P5ndri of 1 here a ui. Tim red 11 y- - JCenn', .wb b isyiti g" ci 1 e. 1 25Yar.iuaraiit.e Starck Tiana Is guaranteed for 15 yrar. TIUs guarantee lias back of It our 85 years of piano experience, and the reputation of an responsible piano house. Every , .2nd-Hanft d Bargains constantly on hiini PIyr-HStarck aiarwt M a flayer-fiano- e xiurser.v G. 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You Need a Tonic ,,M0n'THNVVET' STRAWBERRY PLANTS Several from here attended the J. Cheney fqr the last 15 years, and be- court dav sales at Mt. Sterling lieve him perfectly honorable In nil buniiieis transactions and flnnneially Monday. . nble to carry out my obligation made O. N. Urowo attended the fair by hU firm. at. Louisville last wcek,,and hud National Dunk of Conunerco, We, Mio undorelKiied. have known F. Ipruit and Shade Trees, and pur offering .of the remarkable Mamouth Pearl Seed Potato. Send for our free catalogue. H. F. Hillenmeyer Lexington, No Agents & When that time comes to you, you know what tonic to take Cardul, the woman's tonic. Cardul Is composed of purely vegetable Ingredients, which act gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs, and helps build them back to strength and health. It has benefited thousands and thousands pf weak, ailing women In Its past half century of wonderful success, and It will do the same for you. You can't make a mistake In taking There are times In every woman's life when she needs a tonic to help her over the hard places. Sons. jjbledo, 0. 1 flue. time. Ky. llull'it Catarrh Cure is taken intern Mr. und Mrs. 0. 0.Ewen,. of ally, acting directly upon the bluod N.ovHo88, lud., are visiting reland mucous mirfucea of the system. atives and friends here. TcHiiinonlnls gent free. Price 70 cents pur bottle. 8o)d by, all druggist. A. M. Lowq was at Nadu last ,'lko .Hall'' Family Pills for constl-Iak- week looking after hfa n, CARDUI The Woman's Tonic D-N- fP timber business, n, For Sale A good typewriter, We Buy oaj .81 fam and City A big revival meeting will be nearly new and in perfect condi-Ho- held on Outt. Oreek, commencing Projierty of ali.kid.. .;'e bave somi Apply t I. S. Boone, Sept, 28. Hev- J. T. Ajhuns, who oico farais iftrCvk Mt4. aJjoitusg Stanton, Ky, organized the churgh liero sev. counties for rwt. Write u era! years ago, will bo ju charge wltit you wast. FOR SALE. of the mention and will be asWe write ajJ,jjfaHto,tf,)HNrMtc, sisted by Hev. L. F. Mlrtin. Uv TRACY IWtLY. Utuiiiel roul ut 1.00 a ton, de erybody is iuvitnl to nitejui the jrvvrud. See II O. Crabtree. ervlcu9 M.gim, Wtwijiftilir, Ky. Real Estate swd Iiwwawee. 4 A,ma. Ark., M.!?Si,eJlIa WMb R F-says: "I think Cardul Is the greatest medicine on earth, for women. Before I began to take Cardul, I was so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything." Begin taking Cardul today. Sold by all dealers. Has Helped Thousand kJsflsviieMafe jE 1M bssMaVjaVaWJajPlk iBB ,BH BO 0e, Subscribe for THE TIMES CD County School Items. Mrs. Myrtlo Burgher has commenced a moonlight, school, and She reports splendid success. Ints ten pupils enrolled, their ages ranging from 27 to 05 years. A very interesting debate was given Wednesday at the Hatchers Creek school the seventh grade debating the question, "Resolved, that the horse iB a more useful animal than the cow." The affirmative side won. A moonlight school, conducted by Dudley Caudill, was started at Spencer school Monday niirhf. Other teachers who are conducting moonlight schools are Mis Billings, at Ilatton Cceek, Miss Benningfield, at. Chopuhestnnt, Miss Tutt at Darlingsville and Ira G. Profitt, at. Rogers Chapel. A Sunday school has been organized at Ohopchestnut with H. S. Martin as superintendent. Mrs. Bohannan paid a pleasant visit to Hatton Creek shoo! Monday. Cane Creek school opened Monday Sept. la, with Everett Ran-daas teacher. The 'attendance is satisfactory. The boys won this week in the ll HIS MAKEUP MADE Prominent Indianapolis TROUBLE .Man Was Called on to Do Some. Strenuous Explaining to Officer. A Forest Industry The next time G. Edgar Turner takes part In a minstrel show he probably will remove bis makeup before ho starts home. Mr. Turner was one of the end men fAe Lamp O 1 Saves Eyes fiaf in the Third Christian church minstrel show last week. After the performance he started to his home in Nothing more Important In the home than clear, eteadjr light. Innuro this by getting the oil that hurni clear and clean without a flicker aown to tne tan drop. Pcnnijlranla crude oil refined to twrfeetlon. Omta no more than the Inferior tankwagon oil sare MONEY t are wiihk. eaTeaerea. Your dealer haf BOLITK OIL In barrels direct from our worka. Chas. C. Stoll Oil Co. Lexington, Ky. Refinery at Warren, Fa. We tell the celebrated "NoCarb" Auto OIL D. H. Clay City, MATHERLY ' Kentucky MONUMENTS and MARKERS Estimates Cheerfully Given on Large Stones. POWELL & JACKSOK Park avenue, nearby, immediately, not taking time to restore his faco to its once lily whiteness. To make the quickest time he went up an alley and there was where ho got Into trouble. A policeman stopped him and wished an explanation. Mr. Turner thought the Jokes that had been perpetrated at the show bad taken pretty well with the audience, so he could not believe he was being arrested for that. Being a lawyer and sizing up the situation, he at once began his argument for the defence. He explained that he was not a real negro; that he had been to n minstrel show and war taking the shortest way home. Then the policeman explained that a negro had been murdered by another negro in that vicinity not many days ago and that the police had been watching foi the offender. Just why the police thought the negro who committed the. murder vould como back to the tccne of his crime was not explained as far aB Is known. Indianapolis News. WAR'S SHADOW OVER PARIS Writers of all Kinds of Fire, LKe, Tornado, Lightning and Hall Insurance.. We are also agents for the Illinois Surety Company and are prepared to do a general Bonding written historical contest at Rogers Chapel school, Emory Rogers having the best paper. At Rosslyn a number of pupil have been kept out of school on account of the diphtheria epi demic, but as no new cases have ness. developed, it isjhoped the attenPOWELL & JACKSON dance will become regular again. Sam W. Powell Linville Jackson Several of those on the census Office in Court House. at McCormick have left the disWinchester Kentucky trict. The school wasjclosed last, week on account of diphtheria. THE WINCHESTER BANE, Rtisumitisni Bad Allied Pains They. French Capital Is Feeling the Stress Much. More Than Is British Metropolis. Acid and pulp wood are split and skidded at $1.75 per cord by contract. of Winchester,--Ky- . - T Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided Profits N. Holly Witherspoon, W. R. Sphar $100,000 $200,000 President. Cashier. YOUR ACCOUNT SOLICITED. For Good Bartering; Try. A. P. Johnson In the old stand, next to the Red River Hotel. Shampooing and Scalp Treatment RAILROAD TIME TABLE Com. Lexington Eastbouiid. No. 1. & Eastern Rutin ay pauy. . Westbound. No. 4. Dally. Daily. 7:05A.M. 7:55 A.M.j S: 15 A.M. SM5A.M. 9:27 A.M. 10:18 A.M. 11:20 A.M.I 3:35 P..y. 4:,18P.M. 3. No. .Dally- Lexington Winchester L. & E. Camp. June. I 2:50 P.M. 1:45 P.M. 1:30 P.M. 1:00 P.M. 12:22 P.M. Clay City Juuct. Maloney Jackson Hazard Whltesburg Mcltoberts Ill :19 A.M. 10: 20 A.M. 8:06 A.M. 6:20 A.M. j 5:40 A.M. No. 2. Dally. I r-- Paris still contains a goodly proportion of Its idle American colony, many boys, others of them useless, to be met with caution, and they are still to be found with the women whose business it is to part the fool from his money at certain cosmopolitan resorts. A kindly soul asked a friend to d!n nor at one of, theso places. They dined, wisely if not too well, but most extravagantly expensively. It Is possible still, as. it always has been, to eat cheaply and admirably Inv Paris. It li also possible to' cat dearly and ' badly, particularly in places opened Alust Oo. expressly for the tourist trade. The congestion of the blood in Three or four Paris theaters are open in the afternoon, finding imits flow cauBesJpuin. Sloans to the congestion mense difficulty In casting the ploy at with every actor under forty-fivand starts the blood to flow freely. the front. The rest are closed, as are The body's warmth is renewed; all the music halls except Olympia ami The "man or a row small places in Montmartre. the pain is gone. The l'Yeneh are astonished when they woman who has rheumatism, neuare told that businers is as 'usual in ralgia or other puiu and fails London's places of entertainment, and Sloans Liuiuitnt in theft when It Is explained that In London paid the toll only a few home is like a drowning man re- of war, theyfamilies have more (It Is suggest ouce fusing a rope." Why heifer. Get a suggestion I have often heard) that a bottle of Sloans. 25c and 50e. they are not bearing their full share of the heavy burden of the light? Ex $1.00 bottle holds six times as change. much as 25c size. Why Sardines Are Scarce. Handlers of foreign canned goods, whose troubles bavo been legion since A few days ago a large black the European war upset normal trado snake was killed near Argylle, conditions, nro now complaining of the frequency with which contractors and on cutting it open it was abroad break their dollvery contracts. discovered to contain 51 you nt: This practice, it was said in local circles yesterday, has obtained ones. This seems an. incredible In the matter of sarnumber of joung ones for one to a wide extent Aa is customary, dine shipments. snake to mother, but the count firms here contracted with packers in is vouched for by several who Norway and other countries for specigov saw them. The snake was of a fic quantities of the fish. Foreign ernments, however, with agents on variety never seen before in this the spot, have been offering the packpart of t lie country, and wup ers much higher prices than the conAmericans, with identified after some lime by tin tract rates made, withpackers In many the result that the Ii)dian doctor, as a "French rat- instances are yielding to tomptatlou tlesnake," which is very common and Jumping their obligations with in the south but seldom Feon this houses here. Scarcity of foreign sar far north. The snake had no dines in this market, together with ruttlua Iml'. it lltltfnll , Rtmilnr In advancing prices, are the result. , Mil...., that on rattlesnakes, was on the ond of the tail. It is not known Advertising in The Times will how the reptile got to this pirt pay you. If you don't believe it. too-ric- h A Forest In the Bottom Lands " e p "Some Snake." Job-blu- e The vine covered trunks are a feature of the forests lu the bottom lands and add to the beauty of the ureu. The straight, clear trunks will furulsh excellent timber. Base of a Fire Tower j of the country. let us convince you by a trial. l:45P.M. 2:37P.M"J Lexington Winchester 3 uric. :50 A.M. j 8:00 A.M. 7:37 A.M. 7; 00 A.M. 0! 19 35 4: 45 4: 31 A.M. A.M. A.M. A.M. ,3:65 P.M.J L..&E. 3:28 P.M. 4:12 P.M ! 5:00 P..M. 6:00 P.M.j Clay City Camp. June. Maloney LOCUST Does BORER. I Jacksrn Quicksand I 0:13 P.M.I ' (Jo. 5, 0:30 A.M4 6:47A,M. :48A.M. Dally. r , 1:43. A.M. lOA.M.I Jackson Iladdix Hazard . Whjtesburg Mcltoberts No. 0. Dally. j 6:45 P.M. j 5:45A.M. I 3:20 P.M. j 1:27 P.M. 12; 45 P.M. W. A. RUSSELL. P. T. M.. Louisville. Large Amount of Damage In State A Method of Control Sought. A feature of forest protection which has been brought to the attention of the state forester's oillce is Jho locust borer, an Insect which attacks locust trees. The black locust him been extensively planted la Kentucky for post, and tliero U hardly u farm tu Keutucky that does not utilize to a more or less extent black locust In tutu way. Several farm owners have planted extensive locust groves for the purpose of having pout available Also the railroads and when needed, lulnluu companies hare plautcd black locust for ties and other purposes on account of its durability In contact with the grouud. Hlack locust Is also extensively planted to regenerate worn-ou- t soil, since It Is a legume, as clover or coyvpeas. The locust borer has recently done a largo umouut of damage lu Kentucky. In sume instances It has destroyed wholo groves. In order to combat this the eutomologlst of Ibe Keutucky experiment station, lu with the state forester, has becu conducting a study of the locust borer through the state. The damage from tills Insect litis been repeatedly called to the attention pf tbo state forester and is not coutlned, to any particular section of the state, but Is pretty widely scattered. men who may bo sent to extinguish a file which has been discovered Is nn l feature. The tohtphoim liiktnunont is especially made fqr tills Uold fcervke and uiuy be securely locked lu a metal box. OkM-utlu- The telephone connection between the tire tower and the lieudijuarters of iocalPI Mrs. B. S. Brouddus, 'Praise for Mr. F. R. Blackburn. The poultry show at the State Fair this year was the largest on record and the Louisville papers are unstinted in their praise of F. II. Blackburn, of Stanton, who was in charge of the poultry exhibit. The following is an extract from the Courier-Journa- l of the 10th i list. : "F. K. Blackburn, of Stanton, who is in charge of the State Fair poultry show, is being congratulated on having brought. to gether the largest collection of birds ever made at a Kentucky state fair. Last year 1,400 fowls were exhibited and this year 1,780. J. T. Adair, of Millers-buris superintendent of the g, REPUBLICAN SPEAKING Prof. R. P. Green, of Bowling Green,) Republican nominee for Superintendent of Public Instruction, will address the voters of Powell county at the court house in Stanton on Tuesday, Sept. 28, at 1 o'clock p. m. He is one of the state's greatest orators, and you must not fail to hear him. The Place to Buy Your Goods The place to buy your goods is of Mill-er- s Creek, was liero Friduy, the Mrs. jruest of her sister-in-la0. II. Mat-key- .' where you get the best value for your money. Mrs. B. 0. Nolan left Wednes-da- y for Maysville, to visit tives and friendB for a few weeks Mrs. II. Batcson and daucliter, Evelyn, of Winchester, spent a few days last week with friends here. Mrs. W. 0. Martin and Mrs. L. P. Keith spent a few days with friends and relatives at rela. No Fishing! Every week In England thero Is a closo season, during' which net fishing for salmon is prohibited. It extends from noon on Saturday until 6 a. in. Monday. Try- - This - Store - For - Valu e Nada last week. Mr. and Mrs, A. T. exhibit." comment ; "The showing in the Horticul- Discovery. Dangerous bronchial tural department of the state and lung ailments often follow a fair this year, which is in charee cold whico has been neglected at As your body of Jftyl Blackburn, of Stanton, the beg'nning. faithfully battles those cold germs is larger and better than ever before. One feature in connec no bstter aid can be given than the tion with the d:splay is the show use of this remedy. Its merit has ing of boxed apples. There are been tested by old and youug. Get Suuday- six times as many apple entries a bottle to lay. 50c and $1.00 Miss Jessie Stallard, of Bowl- as last year, and this fact pleases ing Green, and Mrs. Henry those at the head of the depart FAR EAST AFFECTED BY WAh Bogan, of Franklin, are miests nient as it shows the commercia of Mrs. Luther Loving:. fruit men of the slate are goi Conflict In Europe Has Made CondiMr. Frank B. .Russell, of Lou- atter business along progressive tions Bad In Both the Great Oriental Empires. isville, was in town Monday, and lines." called at The Times ollice to Father M. C. Gleason, chaplain U. S. N., who has been on duty three his subscription. Miss A Pine Whooping Cougn Bcmedy years with the flagship Saratoga, ou Tnska Russell remained here unMothers. Er. Bell's Pine Tar the station, stopped at New til Wednesday, the iiues't of Mrs. Honey is just the remedy for you YorkAsiatic way to Washington to reon his port for a new assignment. A. T. Whitt. children's cold ailments. " re-ne- tended the state fair for a couple ot days last week. Prof. Waller II, Moore, of the faculty of Kentucky Wesleyan college at Winchester, preached at the Methodist church Sunday. Vernon Ooulee and Harvey Vivion, "of Levee, were here "The Louisville Herald of the Whitt at same date had the following Colds Do Not Leave Willingly Because a cold is stubborn is no Inreason why you should be. stead of "wearing" it out, get sure reiief by taking Dr. King's New Henry Waldron WALTERSVILLE, KENTUCKY THE FRIEND OF THE WORKING MAN the title that has been given our store by scores of satisfied customers whom we hava materially aided in the fight against the high Let us help you. cost of living. is That OUR MOTTO IS Low Prices and High Quality We would appreciate The fact "I left the Saratoga Olongapoand 0:,6iaH'J6f?fnerpffice stafF i'tha 'pine is a quick enemy of caught the Siberia ot Manila," said ot the Urodhead (iarrett Co M cold conditions. 'Ite qualities Icos atner uieasou: 'Sfrerytblng ,was was in Cincinnati last week on en the mucous in the throat, soothe quiet in the Philippines. About Ihe most exciting thing . --- business. W. H. Smitstin, of Virden, called at the Times office Tues day to leave his, subscription Mr. Smitson is a great grandson of Governor Garrard, the second governor of Kentucky. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Bush, of Winchester, were guests of 0. H. Mackev and family Monday. 'Uncle Buck" Neal was down from Stanton Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. John Hisle, of Richmond, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. J.Mountz. Dr. Martin reports the birth of a tine boy to Mr. and Mrs. Owen Patrick, of near Kimbrell, and also a baby girl, to Mr. and Mrs Moses McKinney, of Spout Spring Liberty and one from Owings- vine, will commence the work on September 28. The Morgan FOR SALE. county property consists ot about Cannel coal at $1.00 a ton, de- 11,000 acres of virgin timber, and it will require about a month livered. See II. G. Crabtree. to complete the work. Get Rid ot Those Poisons in Your System He Knew That, Story. You will find Dr. King's New The old soldier was again giving ijuui wis u mo8i Baiisiacrory luxa- - the youngsters accounts ot the wontive in releasing the poisons from ders he had experienced, especially in your system. Accumulated waste the way of climate. Said he: "I remember when wo were In Fyzardum and poibons cause manifold ail- we used to toist our bread In the sun, ments unless released. Dizziness, and" youngster (Interrupting): spots before the eye, blackness "Yes, I know; and you were supplied with corkscrews to draw your and a miserable feeling generally breath!" ari indications that you need Dr. King's New Life Pills. Tuko a Old Papers for Sale at The dose tonight and you will exper- Times Office. ience grateful relief by morning. saw during tlie the lungs and open up the air pass three years was the bombardment of ages. combination of honey Nanking during the second rebellion. soothing aud pleasant, with the And, do you know, tho Chinese artillery surprised tho foreign obloosening pine quality makes this servers with the precision of naval firtheir an ideal cough remedy for child- - ing on that occasion. Disturbed conren. Each passing year orings for ditions in China have been responsible for our it new friends, A family of grow- Shanghai spending so much time at ing children cannot afford to be "The war in Europe has affected ovorythlng. Tho various merchants I without it. 25c a bottln. have met in China tell mo business is very bad. The country had two years of bad times owing to revolutions, aud To Timber then just as there seemed hope ahead In Morgan County. the European war started, and that was a heavy setback. II. G. Orabtree has just been ist"In Japan I was told that the tourbusiness, usually such a large no i neu oi nis appointment as source of revenue in the winter' and one of the appraisers of the pro spring, had by no means come up to expectations. perty in Morgan county, of the were expected The Americans who to go to the far East lleeser-Kope- r Lumber Co., now when the doors of Europe were practiin bankruptcy, and with two cally closed apparently remained In other appointees, one from West thoir own country." I a trial order, and will do our best to try ,and please you.. Farmers' Union Supply Store Frank Kennon, Mgr. Appraise This Bank Invites New Acco unf s On MYSTERY OF A BIG PISTOL Un-de- Probability That Weapon Surratt Found House May Have Belonged to Booth, r the basis of efficient service aud absolute security . We Want Walnut Lois Taking Care of Sewing Machine. After every two days of steady work oil tho machine thoroughly, but be careful to wipe away all the super- fluous oil. nun the machine rapidly, but steadily, without any thread, for five minutes after oiling. This will cause the oil to scatter, and the superfluous drops can be wiped away and none left to stain the material on which you aro working. I ' Highest Gash Prices Paid If you havo nnv pood Black Walnut f lm. bar on yonr placo which you would like . i !i j convert mw spot casn at tuo inchest market; price, writo at once stating num bcr, size and th!ckncs3 of logs you could luiuuonu at waai k. k. snipping point ... ... One of the numerous letters received by tho Rambler in connection with his recent account ot a trip over part of the route which John Wilkes Booth and David Horold followed in their flight from Washington after the assassination of Lincoln has come from Miss Irene Mllstead. She tells of the finding ot an old pistol under the Surratt house, at Surrattsvlllo. FJrearms were hidden In the Surratt tavern, but it is believed that those which were stored thero to be used, presumably by tho abductors of President Lincoln, were taken from the placo by Booth and Herold when they stopped there at about midnight in their tllght from Washington. Miss Mllstead Gays: "About nine teen years ago tho old house at Sur rattsvlllo was either rebuilt or remod eled, or, at any rate, part ot it was torn down, and under it was found an old pistol. After reading your article In tho Star I wondered if thero could be any possibility of the pistol bavins been bidden by Booth or his compan ions. It has been in my possession t ever since it was found. It is a very I large pistol ot the,Bealo make and . nr Beewa 10 nave oeea,Hiaae in ioav. Washington Star. 3 Per Cent Interest on Time Deposits Clay City National Bank Clay City, Kentucky inm 1 1 if RICHMOND, KY. A TRAINlNQ SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS J. Courses leading to Elementary, Intermediate and Life State Certificates. Valid in all l'ubllo Schools ot Kentucky. Special Counes and Review Courses. Tuition Free to Appointees. Two splendid dormitories, new model school, new manual training building, practice school, department of agriculture, a well equipped Domestlo Bclence, First Term begins gymnasium. September 7. Second Term November 10, Third Tor January 25, Fourth Term Aprils, SuiimierSohool opens June 14, Catalogue Free, j. u, ckabmk, IWUbI. Roses and Chrysanthemums. Thero aro nearly eight Biauk deeds for 8alo at T)ie known varieties ot roses hundred and more than four hundred' chrysanthemums. inpiDig,V0. inc., UUISIWMJ, Times office, 5 centsiach. ( Too True. Thero are always two ways ot Bay-lu- g a thing the way you dfd say It. and the way you wUh you bad Wi) It. A.1 m ' v - school,. ,Uoven Biac'fcCreek On census 72 40 Enrolled 20 - In attendance 50 ' it n TliAOHEH Kthel Unker BraSlio.l'r O. L.Smith Harah Biaahcnr K 8 now Greek 80 35 . Hall Grays Hrnnch Tlntown AV0,,c's Greek Hatcher Creek iMt. Onnann Ghopchcstnut Oalio Qrtiok 81 60: c8. oi 60 88 . ; .. 30 . 68. '43 64 80 42 . .42" 47. 68. id, .". .. . 87- - North Fork Nadn' 4 n . l,J . . . 60 61 DC- - .ft 5 ... fo " eT II 61 HaUoil'Crek 3 Upper Hdk Cr King Slade Spencer Barker WniijutGroyo Lower Hdk Or. Waltersvillo '.-- . - ."67"' Lilly Knox Otisl'owell Ethel Stephens 40 Hert L. Grown Lilly Boone 80 35 James Chanoy 20 II Bcnningfleld 28 Everett Bandell 12 Rhet Ewen 60 Mila Knox 33 Lutic Billings 37 Nalliida Hnttori '37 Anna R. B'owcn 50 32 39 . 1 Semi-Annu- al $- Clearance Sale t ? semi-annual Y V Y '.78 '' 63. 30 45 Erners Forkner - " ; 42 1. , . . .03 ! 81' 5f 61, 28 71 05 37 4ol ' ' V-'.'." "v -- If 04 Tl srj 33 10 ': - ; ' Vinton Ponipoy Little Hardwicks Darlingsville Roger Chapel McCormick iJowen Col Clny City Col - Dudley Caudeil (.'lady Welch CO Bessie Curry Dillnrd Estcs 65 Guy Crowe .44 30 Nnrion Atkinson 24 R. T. Crowe 16 Myrtle Burgher 28 18 Muttie Hall 5 V aleria L. Samuels 10 Mary Laine t t t t '2 Do . you want to make money by saving it? Do you want to buy some good, honest merchandise at prices less than it is clearworth? If so, read this, as our ance sale is now on. Why not make our loss -v' your gain. Look over these sale prices MENS and BOYS' CLOTHING mens' suits, cut to t t t f $22.00 f f Y 18.06' 1 " " " $ 6.00 1 2.50 2.00 hats going at 1.50 1.25 y f y y y . 13.00 DRESS GOODS All wool and wool mixed dress goods, except black and blue serges, go in this sale. 75c $ .00 per yard goods going at 50c goods at 35c 60 cent goods at 40c n 20c 14c 18c 25 ' goods at 0 and lie 0c goods at 7c 5c 1 c ginghams 0c 25c dress ginghams at 9 0 cent ginghams at 8c. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 4.00 6-5- - 0 9.00 4.00 odd pants, cut to 40 7. 40 23 Ira Ruth Tutt O. Profltt 80 8 .. 33. 4.50 4.00 2.75 2.50 2:'0"0 " " " 1 - ' - 3.75 3.25 2.75 1.75 1.50 1.25 . , VIRDEN :- protrncted meeting nt the Christian church commenced Sut- -' urday. Rev, Joseph Aditins will be assisted this week hy his brother, "Rev. J. T Adams. ProtTD.. d! Potts is teaching a I 8in:in 'chiss here with pood nt- ......Mrs. Elli Davis, tendance . of OynthiamHS visiting her aunt Mrs. Mrs. Henry Smttson. Ella Vallacel of Lexington, was ; the puest of her mother, Mrs. H. Killis Smitson, over Sutiday ! Ware, sr , and Mrs. Ware, of Marshfield, Ind,,'aro vieitni reU DEATH PENALTY FOR. FAILURE iitivean the county this week. New'"" Guinea "Sorcerer" Apparently ' Mrs. ..War.e- - was formerly Miss Heeogmzea jusiico or to r. Elizabeth .Berry, a sister of D.. H. lmposedtpn Him.. - .The - . - Oongleton has returned home from a visit to her brothers in Oregon nbd California. She also Pete attended the exposition Chester is improving nicely, and is now able to be about. . ...;..We all vote our thanks to I. H,. and Alvin MuDaniel, George Forkner and W. B. Congleton for repairing the cemetery fence and cutThe cemetery ting the weeds. could be made info a beautiful place if those having loved ones buried there would do a little work or pay some one trt do it. 8.00 7.00? boys suits cut to " 6.5J) 5.00 4.50 " 5.50 4.50 4.00 3.00 2.75 f t t y t t Qijeen Quality Low Cuts for Women We have them in Oxfords, Strap Pumps. . 3.50 ones cut to 2.50 Walk-Ove- Pumps and $4 ones cut to 2.75 $3 ones cut to 2.25 Plain 2.00V 1.00 and 1.25 Boys' oJd pants cut 20 to 25 per cent Chilcrens wash suits worth 60c cut to 40 cents. r 3-- Low Cut Shoes for Men MENS HATS $3.50'and 3.00 hats going at ' $2 and 2.50 4.00 ones at 3.00 3.50 ones at 2.75 Womcns', Mens", Boys' and Girls' underwear cut 20 to 30 per cent, and in some cases even more. 4.50 low cuts at y y y y y y y I X 3' i t y ocn-ienc- e t 9 V I I X rl cents per pound; roasted coffeedl cents per pound, and the FIRST GRADE or Kentucky Floura't $3.20 per hundred or 85 cents per 241b sack. We area 1-- selling granulated sugar at 6 2 t t , , and Mrs. O. C. Curtjs entertain- ed,a-fefriends Sundav,- those present being L'reston aild Olint oTnnbs, J. M. Evernmn, Raines McPherson, Mrs, 'Mary Combs, Mr?. Helen Unmbs and Mrs. Tina Wilson and son, Boyd.. A de- lightful lunch was served nt noon - IjerryfrelV- .?.We 'ar tirrjea-t- o selLy.ou goodJianesU ? - Bend.ni Mf.' uiid'he guests spent It; -eveju'ni:..., Bend plav'ed a game of ball S.it- nrday, the local team winning bv ji score uf 12 0 -- pleasant Yrrdenaud Webf a SPOUT SPRING out last week.) fJas: Smith, of Montgomery diuii'v, was here a few days 1 Ins . tjjrd - - . Hugh Stiowden, of ntiar Winchester, was visiting ' relaMrs. Jen tives over 'Sunday. who witlf he- - daughter nie Byrd, Baruh, has been visiting relatives here for three months,, has returned to her home In Oklahoma. Her daughter has returned to Bo. ,Ernest Brd and rea College .Miss Yirgie Bewell aro attenil Leteher in Bera College. has bought T. S. McKin-.noy- l half Interest in tlieir stock J.T. Wright i.f int'rchandise. fs h'avina a lot of logging done, anil yxpeuts a mill in shortly to ;nv out his timber. weyk.- '. 12 . SLADE., week.- '(rowdcil'qut last .W. Uf a nn ln a Ceorgo. Brewfjr boimlit a mule an In fiom Alvin McDaiiiel f'r Caesar and Napoleon. and Geo, Brewer have "Caesar ran great risks In. the en a jA) of loirginz for the tjiken teriulsM Into which his bold spirit Im Brodhead Garre.ttv C.. and will pelled, hlra," Napoleon said at St. He Mrs. len. "He came out of them success Branch. niovtW genius. His battles Broddus and .two children fully through biswere real battles. Up J). )a the Civil war vfsitctLher o irentp. Mr. tuul Mrs. to ny tine France still felt ( ' X Not long oince. In an inland village In ..New Guinea, a certain mothcr-ln-laman was felt 111. A purl-pur- l fetched to her aid from a neighboring man euro village. Could the puri-puOh, yes, tho purl-putho motherlri-law- t man could surely cure the moth' man must The puri-pur- l have, however, aB a fee for the cure, a dag .and a pig. It was a bargain. The dog and the pig passed Into, the possession of the sorcerer and he set confidently to work. It was testlfled, in the course of the trial which presently came on, that the sorcerer, who was by this time the deceased in tho case, had "made a few passes"" over and returned to his the mother-in-lavillage. - "Now, my good woman," said he, upon departing, "you will get well." This was uot so. "I called you to attend my mother-in-law?- " demanded the when next the sorcerer came, f It was admitted. "I paid you a dog and a pig?" "You did." Is dead." "My mother-in-la"Hum" It Is easy to Imagine the consternation of the sorcerer. "Very well, then," declared the "As I paid you a dog and a pig and as you to cure my mother-in-law- , did not euro her, I am going to kill you." went oft Thereupon the with two friends In search of weapons. Witnesses of what followed told the magistrate before whom the case was tried that the sorcerer made no attempt to escape that he calmly awaited the inevitable event. Presently the avengers returned. The grievously speared the sorcerer; and the friends lending countenance and aid dispatched him with their ares stone clubs. Not ono of these the magistrate could bo persuaded that they bud done any Had the thing out ot tho way. sorcerer not been paid a dog and a pig for bis medicine? And had not bis cure failed? And was' he not a sorcerer, anyhow? Norman, Duncan, rt son-in-lason-in-lason-in-lason-in-lamen-decl- I , T T x f f t t t t ? t t y f y ? y merchandise at very low prices, quality considered. "High quality, low price," is our motto. It is our aim to keep as nearly as possible everything the people want, biitif we haven't what you want we will get it for you. v. It will be to your interest to see what we have and get our prices when in the market for dry goods, notions, millinery, women's and men's furnishing goods, clothing, hats, shoes, underwear, hosiery, furniture, wall paper, mattings, carpets, linoleums, oil carpets,, rugs, mattresses, beds and bed springs, cots, chairs, trunks, suit cases, hand bags, wood, coal and oiljeboking stoves, sewing machines, harness, saddles, hardware, roofings, queensware, paints, oils, varnishes, window sash, doors, window lights, groceries, cajjdies, fruits, buggies, wagons, mowing machines, hay rakes, etc., etc. We are sole agents for "The Bain" wagons. If in the market for a wagon, give us a chance to'jsjiow you "The Bain" and quote you prices. Will also tell you why we decided to handle this wagon, and thesame reasons we think will cause you to buy one. t y y i f T ? t tx y I-- y y y y v y 1 t y y t t y y y y y y y y y t ? Hardwick & Co. STANTON KY. U. dW t M. 'Cmiitpih Miss E1U Advertise in The Times 7 iionhrpu-- name, tmagfno Cfl(.(. it.ooo.coo. t r to noes that Justify theA for future legislation requires governstatesmanship, nnd constructive, him quoting iignlii. the," language of the reckless gtAtemcnt of Mr. Morrow tlint nrp nm-.,Is n Inst art with the .u im ..,n of tho statesmanship )g n bankrupt state7" can tnreo nun', as' ,,,, of debl biulkrupt n com- delectation .cf a ourbon Innnrv lt,mih1lmnlsm nf Kentucky. new freedom. Inspiring a .trumpet's The reference to the protection of )): '."i,"?! K'Uih.mnSt monwealth the value, of whose property call, that made the eloquent school American Industries nnd labor Is n veiled of 'c,fS? .n..,,',l. dollars? . ministration of William ll. Tnft thl. .tnt master of New Jersey first Its Gov endorsement of the malodorous Payne-- 1 that legislation Is a record on which of hBp.tt,s insolvency, even If It actually Atdrlrh act. the last utterance of the ernor and then the President ot th Republican party On the subject. I had nny ndmlnlstrnMon might nppeal with ex,tej, ,T0Ud ))e remedied by turning' of United States. Tho pxposure ot this thought that nfter a similar npprovnl po- j confidence to the favorable Judgment Kentucky over, "boots and breeches," to of Wilson and Taylor. Do hidden and nhomtnnhlc thing by th that act hiid sent President Tnft to tot And tlPIi'' far removed from .the very the successors,which for fifty venrs have litical oblivion, nnd his organization courageous representatives ol the peo- the Junk heap, that "there were none echoes of his last utterance facing those bhesne .inte unbroken Republican re- -, so poor ns to do It reverence." but tho such rreedom irom iicdi, sucn !"'". ple has been the crowning glory of convention nt Lexington has placed a last mm '"3 'y '"ls sl o7a,'ne Te the 63rd Congress, rich as It Is In withered posey above Us petrifying re-- , ' F3IU.it, . 1. viiij" iiiii niiiiiuiiiia .mil;, ,m lmi.i. ill's ....... i.i achievement and historic In treat mains. Donded Indebtedness of Republican In fact, tho last Republican convention ngine the same Kdwln P. Morrow da tasks nobly done. There Is but one did not ntlempt to write n new platform. clarlng: States. "Wo reaffirm our unswerving allegState In tho Union that can boast of It merely repaired an old one. nnd It Take Maine, Republican for fifty years, Hepublican iance to our greatest champion, Theo- the homo of Dlngley. Reed. Llttlelleld Hitherto a dozen Intelligent men and but one botched the Job.usually followed a sort dore Roosevelt." platforms have nnd Illalnc. Let us 'jompire the condiSuch n principle makes party declaraparty on earth, that possesses a po'.ltl-- of formula first endorsing previous nn- tion of poor old Kentucky, this Republlnn.il and State administrations, and with- tions "false as dicers' oaths." Irj-- ! lican pnrndlse. can organization which Is eithtr A covenant with tne poopie, "a solemn the sole exception of this unique nssem1 norant of the exlstenrq of Invisible' blaB"! 'hey have hitherto been strong on 8 nlLv i,!1,? ucky Is vnlued nt JSI6.45I 020. That prop- n.aVihV'" No. Bv?f nnd "viewing thousand, government or too corrupt or too cow i the "point with pride." fsct. thev have a trap. Not a promise of a reform, but 'VX navs a in Xd lebteilnes" with nlarm" stunt, nrdly to say anything about It tha "pointed with ptlde" or. several occalmSdfess "ihan hMf the amount JS f Oh, party Is th? Republican Party of thi sions when It evidenced ir.oie gad than' nf Kentucky I. e.. clown with senile debility, the Rul Moose jI30.n25.Vsl. SXyrt the ax me reaches State of Kentucky, and the dozen men! discretion. that party which had the Is up for repairs and cut of the ruins 'ne nnpaUIng sum of J23.C0 on the thou- And vet J 1900 "to endorse without reserve of the discarded carcasses of these Im- are the Committee on Resolutions! ith n bonded debt of beasts resolute and patriotic "which, on the 15th of last June, wrote! theTaylor In resisting with course of W. potent construct despairing Republicanism f ?59 MO n hybred monster upon n.l the power would S. Connecticut, Republican nlmost con- the platform upon which Mr. Morrow at his command tr.t usurptlon ok the ol- -' whlch to.ride into pillce, n sort of "bull- - tlnuouy for the last half century, has reactionary and half poetically the same tmounl of taxable flee to which the people elected him" has stands., d a never a word to say progressive, emblem. s'ni-,- J During more than a. decide In the pub- nt this good how elthei of the Repub-- i with one blinking face to the dawn and S omlid n lfeninrkv j'n807'3SS'U"- - with debt of 17 lic service, the heat years rf mv life have in commendation FtM administrations,' ope sombre countenance turned toward Mean national or iUmnshlre with less than $100.- I freely given tn fighting this Abominable j setting sun. This new adversary of OOU.WUU Looking back over nr. eta of crlrr.lr.a-- , has n tax rate of SIS thing wherever It raised Its Meduca held ' tlon'ar.d recrimination, of follv. failure, the ntnnoraKV . . - nnrl Il.nollnnarv. wv. mp tnnusann ami a Donoeu mueuieu- .' In the Stnte or In the nation. I unearth- - perfidy and ruin In national nffalrs. and . bound to conlllcttnc Dlatforms. mnv 7 truth on ground wire that connected the of force., violence, bloodshed and In- - fully say to the people of Kentucky: "I nnii nf It. ICR 000 el the ' The Semte of the Tutted Stntes with 111 cr.mpttcr.ee In the conducl of th Stale donjt know where I a 11V going, nor do I Pennsylvaniad hns a Republican State of bonded Indebtedness Fifth avenue. New York, between the Gove.rr.rr.tnt. ihe silence of this party, or really care, but I am on my way to a St25.6K.702. desk of Nelson A. Aldrlch and the home to mention wl'h approve Job, and thnt is tho real purpose ot my of Tittle Uhmln Tstand. the home of Aid- ls man of the trust. I have turned the light any wist '.r any Incident In Its hlstorv. canamacy aner on. ... . . z w in uu.uuu.uuu icaa iitu iciii umii upon the most Intimate and secret con-- , tffect. n pMhetic appeal to th Air. .Morrow ine msi uemo- - ricn. ference between the masters of high Is. In ot Kentucky .o let "the dead pst W'"fUl breaCh "onnomyyofhSn Sn'brXn XpubliJaV n" people ,e1nC2mnl,n.,StraUOn finance and the servants of the people,, bury Its dead" and to forget the blun-- 1 I have spread upon the records of Con-ministration for generations to get alongor. ... ..u...w.. v., .. dtrs ot those whom even their friends j i .riTz nr iinnaeu inaeoceut Kress the checks nnd vouchers, the Intrenchment nnd rerorni, that we have ,,.ih nniv !"' disputable proof of their scarlet sin. In date not defend. cf Repudiation Platform been guilty of "wanton, useless and reckRepublican of the wealth of Utah, with Kentucky I have without regnrd to Us resulting In "an less extravagance." Pledges. control under the effect upon mv own political future orj empty Treasury nnd a bankrupt Stnte." Kentucky, Smoot and nn beneficent Repul d upon any political party, without regard The Democrats of Kentucky will not "The Democratic party," says Mr. of Reed llcan organization, has only $11,210,0( to friend or foe. Democrat or Republican. soori.forget that In 1903 this party In a Morrow, "came Into control ol the bonded Indebtedness. nave I declared, and now maintain, war solemn platform declaration fiercely arthree branchtt of the "government Janto the hilt raigned a Democratic executive "for exerto the knife and the uary 1, 1512. On this day there were Republican Misrule In the South against the emissaries of "Invisible cising the pardoning power to subserve ntioned may be said that I have If Is known of all men that political nnd partisan purposes with the only Northern States nnd that for pur there Is not a single soul In that reeking- certnln tffect of encouraging crime bv TC. poses cf comparison I should take wouin- iV.'i ...: JL X, fortress of financial crookedness and no- virtually rendering criminals pf Demon commonwealths having a similar clt- dferl?l Wi,rr6r' l Izenshlp. lltlcal sin known "as the Shack that cratic faith Immune fiom punishment." S'o2 .mtri ?niei?( Vnn 6m,nVi ?n alike In manner, customs nnd Graft built" from Its master mind to the in mos this same party was not warm Is In the saddle before Its republican meanest sniper within Its walls, who "iws. At one time Alabama. Arkansas. ?ni.me. 5fifi?.M n?nh,i2 Oeorgla. Louisiana. Florida. Virginia and Virnienlv nroceeded to commit the not politically and personally hostile nnd nnrfrtei? f'eJJc Ab8,UJh" South Carolina nil had n chance at Mr. readv and willing to lend aid nnd com- - j crime It had solemnly denounced and to MorroWB remedy for extravagance In the fort to any old enemy of this ticket, do the dastardly deed from which by , & U.?J rr,rn,f ?.t il2une cSfdn'.i Republican. Progressive neccssarv Inference he was forever bound ; id,,VL SfV, Democratic br rtifri,l!.2rt ninninV admlnlslratlon of the State's affairs. At or what not. It 13 Inconceivable thot- to abstain; liberating assassins, whose ttt,rt!' ?1 the close of the war they were compara- t the u cn who wrote the Republican plat- brutal butchery covered all Kentucky States revenues collect! curing the last ;!.r.i.. honestly n pall of sorrow and bedewed the , with rjrm ana named Us nominees should eyes and crimsoned the cheeks of brave' thre months of the year, whl'.e the run lenlly during generations ofand econom never have heard until Mr. Morrow fired men with tears of sonow and blushes j ning expenses of the Government ar control. Then the I light of Democratic Republican his opening gun "that the Third House nf shame, nets that have appalled the i.Lovit the ft. me, one month with another, misrule fell upon that land, Is greater than the People's House." free from world, and today, In so that, however end of 'he debt 'he S'ate swept by fire .and sword, her cities In conscience of vear. rn the ruins, her blackened fields billowed with Will the intelligent citizenship of Ken- "smell to may be nt ha . tucky entrust a party with power that their unpunlshrl enormity,Howard nnd Its' of August or the firs of hundred Taylor. Flnley. the knows nothing of Invisible government, heaven." were all Its outstanding obligators wllj nces- - siain, graves of three aiscruwnea, thousand iirpuu aismnniieu ana Powers or, knowing. Is too timid or too corrupt and secure, and turned looso Governor, n Itepubllcan to give you Its solemn pledge to destroy with cheek to meet "an eye of parchment and ndo. a Is U that those more potent nnd ,. flli,trt untold millions, nnd "re- jusi fis It? Or ines oungairrs dared to the more wllent than Mr. Morrow, high In of stone" deliberately solemnly damned rarmer navmg nn .annua income. saj wlth thing his party hnd tianW,eh'L caTrfage'o'f'1 his party's councils, the powers bemna In order that he and his kind might "sub- of tJ OOO. .he major portion or wblcb, battle the throne, realize how easy It Is to serve political nnd partisan purposes famine i:.V"r.nLr.V" or Ihe wnkn nfnnd pestller.ee that follow the aid of with the certain effect or encouraging! iw w'ih. secure the sinews of war nnd ww in war In ihe ulv all the cohorts, chicane and crookedness, crime by virtually rendering criminal of would prooamy nna orr me nr9' Vho nnniVal COM of tp? .Mate S ndmln liv several . if only they will agree to stand with (Republican) faith Immune from punish-- ; Ihnt h, Inii.h'ertnes. lutrntinn nt i.miiBtnnn iinner upmacrai c their fingers on their lips nnd allow the mpnt." hunara ,ooiar n 3 ,casn o.n nana. ir. ts7i ,lxr. m&?-Irtiffam'.cfSame fPUOlVnreglin"' "'reach the availing to champion the cause jot the oppressed Morrow- - Would Straddle Two or. Mor' VKltSV saPe' If 1? The average, cost to um " V nSm Platforms. against the oppressor and to" advance of each member, of the thSthe (t in fi'btr'2; ununaided nnd unsustnlned against this govIt miy be that the nominee of the Re- -' was i55;,.ilf The tr.fair- - i,,,Vn during the sinple ss on under seen and inveterate foe of popular publican party feels some part of the later Tm influence, tentlment which he has so gracefully ex- nens of artfully se.ec'-.T.g-. ernment, a tlm when this ?'', exDenses 161 were onel deadly as the breath of tho Upas or the pressed. In. that event, he Is totally out 75 per cent ?f the Stat - expenses hav- n"i'ra' or Vhe Olivic, under whose blighting shade every f harmony with his party nnd Is already Ine been Incused. WhXprectlcaily nil nn,?ls,'?!,hI . abundantly impulse of honesty, every patriotic asThe organlza-'.lo- n Its revenues uncollected, "ofT of the reservation." tf Dec'ebe'rSLlsel he . ,tr . .piration must wither and decay. I have whose representative he Is and to nmsiraitQ uy aDuivinir. m" sarai 11 SI i 4l4cOTT Of S"J.U".K .'LV' "' XL. never sought the suffrage of the people fVhom, prior to June 15, he delegate-- ! the to the RepuHlcan aamlnlsrfctlon. U ntputllCan COntr01 A'wn,thr?eoe-8XCe?- ? Ight to speak for him on various nnd which Mr. Morrow speaks in of Kentucky without formally reasserting my fixed nnd unalterable opposition to rexed public questions, has; not hesitated ine terms. He savs that control In 1806. the rann,Tnstl those Influences which have too often .0 espra.s Us contempt for the validity 1912. the outstanding government made constitutional government a mock- or platform pledges. The platform upon nis uaimiiiiir.iiijii uiiiuuiuu in rniin.1 cost of maintaininginx thein 1K71 under of ,,.- ter.r, n ery and a sham, nnd constitutional offfigures 10 $r.60.000, and yet on August 31. A'.Vh?,, people, but which Mr. Morrow was nominated de- 1911, one year previous Uhe t;me cuu- - ilnepuc?" nrtinlnKtratlon ll wis S" 237 .flV2r icers not the servants of the the return clared: Re- Mr. Morrow) the tools and pawns of special Interests. ?,,'lh'rmS?J?. ?' ernV,ver 11 was Im. "We favor the enactment of a Uw ningly chosen brfired a riefirlt the it nf In a letter addressed to the public on Dewhich shall permit party nominations fftR5nir-mediately reduced Ato J87I.16I. cember 19. 1912. t declared: . a ritfuMienn a minis' r.nlnn between without regard to the party affiliations "The Interests seeking special favors of the candidates." . .mei f n.a. e no can never be tolerated by a party whose estimate of the rel.Ulve efilclency nnd d a bona'd Indebtedness or "We favor," Bays this party, "amendeconomy of the present administration purpose Is to strip those Interests prime AS?1.5" ments to the State law permitting and of every undue advantage and every Its Republican predecessor. It is only 7";',"'Tii,lj, the cost of oomlnlsterlng the encouraging nominations of the same privilege obtained by the operation ef to compare the ncal condition of' Jn lust candidate by the different parties," uuuuicu nrrnirn 01 mo niiiie inure bad laws or the violation of good ones." Doin ior lurnuwi . Ren.nfihllnnn nrtmlnlstrallon. I have that On January 17 last, in announcing my publican long suspected prone certain Tne present Democratic to practice rnme fiito nower Jnnuarv naminisiraiion leaders were In 1SG6 Georgia, which until thai time 1. 1912. nnd' candidacy for Governor, I declared: cn n n .11.1 ,1 ll WTl tl I'lllf.. I hardly nA.fn nilfl "I willingly surrendered a seat In this Janus faced diplomacy, but "quick-chang- e has, thererore. been in control three years "" compel 'W". UP'f.'I" s? 'nVnuffin ifiiV Congress to fight above all else that thought they would play his the eonl and eight months. I. e.. from January 1. f to ,V,n" menace and Mr. artist" politics in the "Dr. Jekyl 1912. to August 31. 1915,. Tp make a fair, most Insidious and abominable very pres- comparison between the two ndmlnlstra- - " s PnPreI to the liberties nnd property rights of ence of Hyde" d to nearly tWAMthe people. tlonS. we must take the same relative a free people 'Invisible government' n of Virginia, uncle r Let us suppose that such a platform period of lime for both as n bnsla of The Hate powers nominally vested In benevolent force and tarried n administration In and respectable figures, actually exer- declaration had the would be theeffect of ".TP.?"8.0?' lni" I8','n?A?n. rVi'.. ad. cratlc .leht cf Si6.10G S',0. isou, 1870. under Ill .1 ni,iin ,r-- existing law, what result? miniHirHiiun cised by the covert and cunning emis- The various parties have made their platiiuin uanuury i, ivj., iu g August 31. 1915. and the Republican ad- - Republican rule, this debt S.Jumptd to the and saries of every t says nre a forms which Interest fortunate enough to emn covenant Mr.' Morrow ndopted by sol- ministration from January 6, 1308. to Au-- 1 WlKw wm of J 9.290 the and when list 3t. 1911. have a friend In court. people have the binding effect of n '.'conextravagance of. Democrats tn purchasing The following table, shows tho com"If elected Governor of Kentucky I tract sealed with the great seal of the ine Nime cnuitoi nt solemnly and earnestly pledge the peo- commonwealth." As the nominee of both parative receipts and expenditures of the olllce furniture. lefurnlshed during this was ple of the commonwealth here nnd now factions of his party he would necessarily two administrations for Identical periods; ColumbiaQuoting the testimony of a Conperiod. light upon find that I will turn the calcium from January gressional committee. Honcrabie James himself commlttedsto two platforms. Republican Admlnlitratlon 31, 1911. the lobbyist and upon all who seek to 6, 19C8, to August M Pike, author of "The Prostrate South." Let us Imagine him speaking to a stand- secure positions of honor or privilege audience on the platform for which Receipts from all source.... S23,097,32fl.4 by any secret or unholy alliance with fiat professes such profound reverence and "When thu Legislature met the last him." Cash received from former promises such Implicit obedtime the netr furniture was nil In: Ihe The pledge made ns a'candldate I am to which liewould doubtless edify his Democratic administration, House wns furnished most superbly. A your nominee and as ience. He prepared to keep ns 1,013.055.72 January 1, 1908 great deal was said In the papers about with the Btntement that he pro- your Covernor. to preserve and enforce the County tho extravagance: a great deal of talk Eoses law now upon the statute books. .....S2U10.S85.19 Total .., No Antitrust Plank. was nude about the cat pels being so fine nnd nbout the ma3iilllcent chanNot the creation, but the equitable dis- "Fellow citizens." says Mr. Morrow, "is Democratic Administration' from January deliers and spittoons, nnd one thing tribution of wealth. Is tha great problem It not my covenant, my 'solemn contract, 1, 1912, to Auguit 31, 1915. ; and another for an Impoverished peoconfronting the lawmakers of America. signed with the great seal of the comReceipts from all sources... .S26.570.375.28 ple. monwealth, that i:v?n several Republicans said tq Men everywhere realize more and more me that It provoked them to see so "We now declare our continued ad- Less deficit In Treasury. Janthat Inordinate wealth nnd widespread much extiavagance. when we were so herence to tho County Unit law, nnd penury are in great measure attributable 290,697.56 uary 1, 1912 When the we do hereby endorse the present Countlllle able to mford It. to this Inequitable distribution, secured 1,111 ty Unit law of Kentucky and pledge came In It nmounted to 895,000. ...S26.271,C77.72 by Illegal combinations of capital and Total The highest prices were paid ourselves to Its strict und rigid enthe creation of gigantic monopolies. The Democratic administration has refor this furniture, three or four or five forcement" Laws governing the capitalization of limes Its value for Instance, 8730 was The next day we find him upon the ceived during the same relative period corporations, regulating tlm operation of paid fur one mirror In the Speaker's platform surrounded by admiring of time S2.l69.272.fi3 more than the Recommon carriers, forbidding the forma- other room; each official hnd a separate room Moosers nnd declaring: "Is It not my par- publican admlnlslratlon. tion of holding companies, the InterlockThe official figuies from the Auditor's ty's covenent, a 'solemn contract signed for himself, most gorgeously fitted up. ing of directorates nnd other multiadwith toilet b'h and nil the parapherfarious devices for the destruction of with the great seal of the commonwealth,' office show that the hint Itepubllcan State ministration fncd a. deficit In Ihe. nalia of a dwelling house; clocks at competition nnd the prevention of thi that S4b0 apiece: chandeliers at 650. "The Progressive party of Kentucky Treasury on August 31. 1911. of free operation of the natural law of suppledges Itself to submit to a vote of There were tvto hundred tine porcelain that on Auimat 31. 1915. there was ply nnd demand, till the statutes of the S2 There spittoons, at H apiece. the State, un amendment to our State a deficit In th Main Treasury of various States and the Federal Governt123G.fS3.C3 gi eater limn were only one hundred und twenty-fou- r Constitution forever piohibltlng the 4IS.0tJ.2n, or August, ment alike. 3), 1911. That Is members." the deficit or sale of Intoxicating liquors In KenThe one act calculated to protect the tucky." "It Is." says the same author, "the the present Ieiioci?i!la ndmlnlitratlor people of Kentucky from exploitation for tr? sum Installation ut a huge system of brig- Support me, brave Moosers. for you hns levelvel In nnd plunder by trusts nnd monopolies have a They nre the "solemn contract, sealed with the relative per'ni) S'1 K S72.S3 MM nbis exlias been declared unconslltutlon.il. and great Iinduge. the S'o .e. they are professional seal of the commonwealth," that pended In all S3 ii6,U?.J0. all' today this State stands naked and delobbeis', they me the men County Unit shall be sent to the ding preceding Rcp'illiciu uilmlnbit i ath.n. the fenseless, a prey to every crooked comth Tlie total pop yifallcn made piohibltlon enand State-wid- e who have studied and prnrtleed the bination and every form of corporate In- forced, Legiklature cf and 19U to orrv ou and that without delay. They art of legislative graft. iquity, a snug harbor for every commerOn tho following day the Itepubllcan platform plaitci and 'in rtrpnn'e to pick your pockets by law, they rob the cial plratu seeking refuge from the wise populir poor nnd the rich alike by law. They legislation und the righteous winth of nominee will return to the old fold, will slve legUlatitu In demand forofnrceiv euc assure his friends in the large cities whu lhuIn!cret n confiscate your estate by law. They sister States. tlon and ngilculttire. of humanltv In ! do none of thee things even under the The fact that this yawning chasm la are somewhat uneasy nbout this Woman better care of Irnuttua In our ctnHtabl tyrant's plea of the public or pubIn the only legal defense yet pro. Suffrage agitation, that the Republican Institutions, left party for the majiilentincs rf lic necessity. Thev do all slmpl- to envliled has caused an apprehension little sition positively refuses to stale Us po- nnd dependent ('ui federal e veteiant pge upon that question uni rich thmelvex ptrsonallv. The sole of .consternation among thoughtful short "Expressly jeservlng the right of all for other worlliv purposes. amou"'ed 1' bine oMt Is fo gorge the Individual nnd discerning men. In the face of thts Republicans to vote upon the question a total of S3.C7j.t72. Had the General wllh public piitte appalling state of nffalrs the Republican Assemblies of 1912 and 1911 made none of Woman Suffrage us they see fit." cltlrenshlp of Even If the platform contains no antitrust plank, no And the "presto! change" my handsome of theso appropriations, the Treasury on Kentucky shouldlneil'nt the exniraeruted greed or to ci'Mi pledge to curb corporal August would punish coipornte cilme. The reason Is and accomplished opponent back In the balance 31. 1912230.421.53 have shown aa tush s'ntemenN nf the irnornhlo Edwin P. deof 82 Instead of Hull Moose camp, the Moriow. In of ih burn burden of not far to ucel, It prefers to betray the he assures the cheeilngIdor of the ladles, ficit of S2.445.0I9.20. suffragists that debt with which Republicanism h sadpeople lather than offend the Interests. "We Moosers. he and she alike Hut Mr. Munow gota farther and grows dled commonweilths In the North, and Rtpubllcan Convention Refutes to En. "Deslro to reiterate our belief In the worse, stating "that the State has bees the utter of Its reln Jn the Its Own Administrations, dorse plunged S2.715.00O deeper Into debt, mak South. th violence terror nnd bloodshed Just pilnclples cf Woman Suffrage, and Ing State and National. urge upon the next Legislature to suba tptal additional expenditure In tin that have mirV"-tB wanton and ruth3 less course In mit the qutsllon to the voters of Ken public revenues of S4.727.000." or An examination of the State or nation Kentucky, I beg ypu beparty In Kentucky tucky," more than Is shown by the official ware of so ilennerate n remedy even for nl platfwiiis of either This, they are told. Is not nn Idle utter figures. Mr. Morrow W. either very badly the llbj of which he so loudly complains, ilUcloses th fact thai hitherto no two have been alike. This Is necenrlly so fince, but a solemn covenunt made to be advised or ha Is a reckUss guesser. This Railroad Fare Bill. where platforms nrn written In good faith. kept by "us 1'iogresslves," a contract Is but one of many Instances showing o Mr. Morrow complains that the Political organizations at stutid perloda "under the great seal of the common that he Is much mre picturesque than partv, by Its body, accurate, piomulgnte' pUtfoims In order that they wealth." worse, ami last of all) Imagine my fnimutnble principles to reasonably certain and may well passed n 2 cent railroad fare bill, but may apply Hut It Is To state rifled and distinguished filend, proud of be assumed that after the collection or In ho doing Joined "the State Hous changing conditions 1st and the attitude of the party on vital pro f ils stalwart Republican forbears, and- anticipated revenues on the will of Janu- - eiiactlng Club," and thforgot to Insert -- an . Ji cluj(H In oat exot t.he great fi and patters who haye. Bd- ary, 1916, tha State deficit Otitis Issues to outllua an oilglii! tt was war ipon 'Invisible ment, It was the declaration , ; re-fi- ni iiriinf it nun nnti void. The record "shows mat the President of the "Stnte Houe Korgetters' Repub- ''" mon J ": XwolXW'Kl" Wrt," tilfi".? rnTr&ntM stom-nch'- ln Janus-hende- lrnrrlA .J SatlV rock-ribbe- ; fr'a -, ' one-four- th Iron-cla- -- KtilLJTLl Gov-artu- ir fM'SSl'i.iwvh.'i ",ViniVtre.i r- .ri.. i. 19-- -- Sepic-rnber- y'l'rA"l.lVI "I'll"'"! "".' """ffir the-Stat- e . nil $- 1 i -- ' Vl!1".''fC'J . w 'Vn"r P " X. 117,-nn- L ti ' ".'SK.S' - favor-seekin- -- rs St.lOS.-209.2- 7: -- lei-em- ! bow-wo- ltf wldei-prea- forty-seve- - . vw de'iton l 81.37.-160.1- Demo-crutl- ly -- For-gette- bi' Club" Is n leading lican, the Itonornl'l R. D. Stone, of the County of Crtttemlen. nnd that another Republican, the then Superintendent of Public Printing, was Its Right Honrmbln Secretary. Much Is to be forgiven nnv Republlcnn who attempts nny kind of progressive leelshtlon. since he must, blase his legislative way alone, without guide or precedent. Some sweet, day. The Historian will record with smile that one lone Republican at one time did nclunllv attempt to writs n bill lowering railroad rates. He did tt bungllngly, cf course, but he deserves our eternal gratitude for ver having attempted to do It nt nil. He wrote n headless thing. It was Introduced In that amputated form, nnd. tnklng the usual course, was referred to n Republican Superintendent of Public Piloting, who prepared n cnptlon, n sort of nrMftclnl head, It. sent the bill thus doctored, back to the House, so that no member of that body which Mr. Morrow condemns without reason1 or warrant ever knew the blunders made by the Superintendent nf Puhllc Printing nnd the honorable but Incompetent representative from the County of Crittenden. The bill was passed In the closing hours of lbs legislative session nnu then the original bill fnnt the doctored Instrument) was enrolled, nnd Its fiulty construction was only discovered nfter It was too latn toj remedy the hlunders of the Stiperjnten-- ; ilent of Public Printing nnd the nutlm1-o- f the bill. Whv M'. Morrow should gratuitously nssnll this purely I'pub-r"i- n orianlTitlon. "The State House! Forgettcrs' Club." lspnst my ken. Would Demolish All Commissions. Favs Mr. Morrow "Ke.nturkv his a cerrrrt!'3i'"n resulating everything from flrp to ft b, from Dan to nirhebn, t have n Itallroid Commission, the Prison Commission. Insurance Tti'lrg Commission. Poti! of Control. Fchnol Rook Commission. Fire nnd Grme Commission. the Geoloclcil 'None-suc- h' Commission, a biltnllon nf. fire marshals, n commnv of foresters, nnd a souad of hotel Inspectors. One reol commission on the Job durlnT, working ho"rs nt"1 working days couldl co the wnrk nf 'nll." .j It is Incrncelvablo 'bat Mr. Morrow would nssnll w'h n n"r Institution nf, which he secret!" annVoves, For thst( reaon rive ' hl ftce'lous exnreS"'onj n candid Iniinretftlot' ird assume that; h plainly lnf"r, tKit, be means In the event of his election, he U will plsce and atol'h them t'e.pirtments under the thse various rrntrr-heteroger'ii-a clique of rf v:lsenrrs nnd When he r'oes ! he will have utterlv destroyed tho onlv feislbl method yet discovered Ir nny progressive State fnr s. the protectlri nf lh health nf Its the of the traveling public. thevnfe,ty cf bank deposits, the ndequnte protection nf game nnd, fish, the conservation of forests, for fscutlng cheao-nes- s nnd unlforrpltv In schtiol books, the detection nnd punishment of Incendiaries, and, nbovo nil. bi maintenance nnd development rf puhllc highways. In this effort to overthrow all the results of the Jong, pitlent labor of constructive statesmen ha will fln.d himself opposed not bv Democrats alone, but. by forward-lookin- g men and women everywhere by everv philanthropic society, progressive organization, by every good roads movement and by every citizen nnd to usa the ppwer. and resource-- , of the" commonwealth for the mnterlalx prosperity and the .moral bettcrmenfofTo c'O it ne- - must reouaiate tn recora and demolish the handiwork of his own political colleagues who participated 'In the enctment of this legislation. It will be seen that Mr. Morrow, again Indulges In nrt and .'wholesale denunciation of the Work of. Democrats nnd Republicans nllke. 1 can not believe that the Republican party In 'Kentucky, even nt the behest of Its nominee, for Governor. Is willing to repudtnte "the honest and efficient service of men whom It has entrusted with positions of distinction nnd responsibility. A Record of Achievement. The convention of lflll nnd the which hns with such fidelity nrtd efficiency enacted Its mandate Into liw will be Judged not by what we say, but by what they did. It enacted a primary election law conducted by the State at public expense; It has made our common school system more practical and efficient: It changed the method of selecting prison commissioners: It has Installed n uplform system of accounting In .publlu ofllces; ft has created- - n department providing for a more thorough Inspection of banks; It enacted n workmen's compensation act: It provided for the nomination and. election of United States Senators by n direct vote of the people; It has provided for the health, security nnd comfort of the traveling public: It has generously administered to the comfort of our nged and decrepit heroes: prevented blindness; driven- the white plague.. from the .1bor-.,. .... ......... . I. l., n Oers VI Uir Clilir. II hub uum unuhre. opened and constructed great highways nnd provided a system of State aid for things their maintenance, and nil these party'a It has done In fulfillment of the honestly made and faithfully pledges In 1911 a Democratic convention made nnd since that time a Democratic ndmln- 1st ration has kept more promises of reform than were ever made or kept by the Republican party from the dav It was created until the last Republican administration In Kentucky- - went out of challenge the- distinguished power, and nominee of hla parly to show where It ever mnde a platform pledge that was not broken or Ignored or that wns ever enacted Into law by Republican administration. The Emperor Napoleon, standing at the cradle and of the grave of .a dead civilization. Inspired his marshal legions to deeds of superhuman valor by pointing to the Pyramids and reminding those aturdy. warriors that "forty centuries You are aslooked down upon them." sembled, my fellow Democrats, In battle eager to meet your ancient adarray, versary with gay nnd festive Intrepidity. n As you wage a winning fight, expectant Stntcs look down upon you. campulgn of the kind This la the tl'st Immediately piecedlng n national election, The.eyes of the President of the United Stites are on you. What though some man may find tne Governor of his administration. Imperfect, what though lie little like the things 1 .say or sip., where, oh, where U tho Denwcrat at this crucial hour who will prove recalcitrant,, to his mighty chief! Inspiring as a call-dldute, greater its. a patlant and con- -' structlve statesman, tie la greatest as dil the wise, patient, fearless, lomat, preserving nt once Inviolate the country nnd the pence of honor of his half the world. Though living, he has already earned an Immortal place even among "those dead but soeptered sovereigns who still rule our spirits from were failure their urns." Yv'ir failure, Democracy of possible, wilt iVfpall the America, and your assured victory will thrill with delight nnd Inspire with new rournge the Democracy uf tho nation. I.'.,,., tlilu iilfilfnpiii I flv th tdtfllill Clf the greut Knells)) Admiral: "Your country expects every man to do his duty." Up, buys, and. at tliem, and victory Is ours, for the glory of Democracy und the honor of Old Kentucky. God Msm 1 vit s nl s. c!H-ren- ss-nr- ltv broad-mind- ed publro-yplrlt- who-wlsh- ndmln-Istratl- ,, V, -- 1 - ' forty-seve- far-seei- -- brl . ... ' . '