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Fs STABLISIYfDIr 1883r iVA 4 iA XVIII I S WASHINGON COUNTY KENTUCKY OCTOBER 121911 Viit jI OOrERayQ i Ii BEN JOHNSON ON THE ISSUES rPfltelsOfltth e Duly 01 Kentucky if Vilers In This Campaign STRONG AND RIN61N6 AADDRESS trtLCJaIiit Inconsistencies Insincerity rand Artful Dodging of the RepublU can Candidate For Governor R- vealed by the Eloquent Speaker i Who Dwell Upon Problems t State and National Impprt Lt Danville Kyspecial A large erovfd of Boyle county Democrats tliemoledat the courthouse to 1eartheIGIotBen Johnson make L speech In the present political cam ifcpalgn 4ln strong and ripeing wordsJ ir hVdecjiredhls unqualified up the Democratic ticket and promised t to speak in its behalf at whatever point In the state the Democratic y thou1 call upon him to do Mr Johnsons speech in full id as J follows Ladles and Gentlemen At the out set I wish to assure you that I have more fat more than a passing Inter I rtila the welfare of Boyle county l Perhaps jt is unknown to nany of iyou but It has always been a cher shed memory with me and one of which J am always proud that this f itsLt tt r TtiM11 N JSrrr Lr j i 1 INE111FSERIESVOL 7 t as lOuuQcu uy my ancestors They were among the first to fight back the Indian and make it possible for you to be here today But a half mile from where I now mYIgrandatherlBen Crow was born Here at the McConnell place a half mile on the other side my mother 1was born Then here on the Robert Evans place my grandmother was born So know that you will be lieve me whets I say that Boyle coun ty is dear tome In addition to that to a distinguished citizen of the tows from which I come you owe Boyle county The celebrated lawyer Ben Hardin who was my fathers first law partner when he was at Harrods bqrg prosecuting Wilkinson from Mississippi for having killed some men in the old Gait house in Louis irtlle felt that Harrodsburg and that portion of Mercer county had not trialWhenhouse at Harrodsburg after that trial he said to some of his friends f build a ten rail fence stake and Iwm around this town out of this didIof lhls two distinguished sonsinlaw he formed Boyle county and by that act hegave Kentucky Boyle and Mercer estcountlfsinf andlencethat I was connected with George Counter Yes George Coulters wife Is my first cousin Her motherand my mother were sisters I have ale ways loved Anna Coulter vary much until recently I spent last night at yestnrdavt Ion tDbauaf w PltfiQ nearly all the night and this fore noon that her srandhaby was prettier than mine I can not stand for that Important Contest On i But now fellowcitizens wo have PoUtlcalmy judgment was more momentous the day it commenced than it is now and I believe it will grow less and less so until the 7th of November The claim of sanctity made for the Republican candidate for governor bJowlugJotdrinking and the cussing and the swearing then he was to be elected governor of Kentucky and finally like Rlllah translated to heaven He Is most to good for this world He Is so good that everything around todayitwhat was bad to him the first day he started out is worse now and what was good then fa not quite so good now The most Important issue in this byJudgetics shall not be discussed Now will anybody tell me where upon earth from the creation of things to this good hour in any state In any land or in any clime has any man ever run for the governorship of any respect able community upon the one issue that you shall not discuss national politics He started out to capture the whole state upon the issue of prohibition with national politics barred He doesnt pall It prohibition but ho tails it the county unit law meaning of course that HP to 7U n JT wnere no would burn down the distilleries if necessary He thought that was go ing to elect him find that was one of ptthenim Butt as the anvass progressedaonly a few weeks ago he found thereI were some peopl who entertained contrary opinions about that proposl1i tion Then it developed that this Iman better than his party which he 1asks to elect him changed front and whiskey was not so bad at last and now you have him day after day in speech after speech getting away from the proposition that whiskey is the worst thing pi earth He now admits that he himself not a teetotaler that he ttakes a drink when he vants to keeps it in his h use and ather people apd that he thatiiagainst the whiskey business not quite so good optfonlst as Henrjy Watterson A Democratic legislature of which I am glad to sail was a member passed a law and I mygSlf voted for It most cheerfully and willlhgix o the effect that al oI1c liquors shoiiB not be shipped from one part of the state into dry territory That is den ocratld doctrine Local selfgovern ment Is one of tie fundamental prl3 tlples of demcc tlc doctrine Each bcallty should ontrol itself When ny locality say that it does not ant It I said b my vote then and I Reiterate It now hat it should not be orced upon tha locality But that awl regret to say Is almost a nul lity A Republican congress through a generation of agitation of this queS- tion has said In effect You can pass as many state lars as you choose to prohibit the shippingrf liquor Into dry territory but we tl treat Republican tTAA Ampr i iva rfiiicuu 10 ee rant U rain oo ojiyj ppd That Is the stand of theRe publican p rty and here stands Its statoofKentuckyto an approval of the action of that CONGRESS t1ANaprEN JOHNSON congress Is he cnrryiig jut that prin ciple for which ho says hwLstands and stands far above all otb1iQues lions I say he is not and iIsay- that if he had been a member of congress when the election of speaker came he would have voted for Joe Cannon and Joe Cannon I say has been the greatest enemy to the cause of temperance and the greatest en emy to the human family that has lived in the United States for 50 years I have seen him in all his tyranny I have eren him in all his Itnuch rl Be and nnj spar minlnl ft fP i iaftn == 4t = Jt t 1 1J THE BLOOD OF i I KABEWS L XII GTOlI iF stt F diJAp rt JIi i FS1 TjCTI CN I 1 3 THURMThNt PETERS 1 Ji Ji i AT h 1 SptiAgfiIdri r Saturday OctoberI a14 1911 Afl WILL J it S to 0rr I J s I 20 H Err J 1 fli0 Lf Registered saddlebred weanlings yearlings twoyearolds and brood mares They are by suchsires as Bourbon King Montgomery Chief Kentucky Choice Noble Denmark r Red Light and old Red Bird G 1956 the latter carrying more of the blood of Cabells Lexington than any other horse living A few brood mars weanlings and fillies l by him will be sold They are out of such mares as Canadian Belle by Montgomery l Chief Black Beau by Beat Brummel of K enmor 600 Miss Rebecca etc This breeding r cannot be had It is not on the market i We Will sell the fine stallion Marmion Chief No 5129 by Montgomery Chief This colt 4 Jhasnot been outside the money from Springfield to the State Fair Mildred King won the t great saddle horse futurity at Lexington at Frankfort Champ Clark beat Mildred K g f r andat Chief beat Champ Clark C L Raly Judging ffiWe willjalso sell a few fine young mules and twelve J4i head of great mule and including ten highy I t grad Percheron Mares all bred to our own jacks R NOW NOTE THlS1We never withdrew an anlmalthat was of ered we never made or permit ted a bybldof any kind directly or indirectly We sell only our own stock These rules will be strictly adhered to in this and all other sales A ff if Lunch at U30 a mii Sale begins promptly at 1230 Send for ctalogue of saddle stock in this sale ijin mffiZ mM PETERSb t tit x IM7lIrM IR 71 RIR FR IRM IR NR 1RlRtillsI IR IRM 9M IRIR ina uuy wntn ne deul erateiy one the clerk of the house not to call my panic so that I nIght cast a vote in p half cf the people But I did vote nJ told him then and there that j would vote at any hazard and If it wrs ucce pry to pull him out of that hair that I might vote I would do so and I told that clerk ballgthcetlipulC niibf be announced until my cane was upon it that the people of the Pcurtb congressional district had scat iro thtro with a right to Vote nid I did not propose to let the lyre anny of ono man deprive me of that right National Issues to the Fore Now jty say that we shall not discuss national issucIf not then what What have we their consent to discuss Positively nothing cause say that the Republican pam paign has degenerated into nothing ness Judge ORears failure to discuss national politics himself or to permit anybody else to discuss It re minds roc of something that actually happened at Bardstown Ben Tal botts wife had a cook aQd Mrs Tal bott had said that Aunt Jane bad stolen a rabbit from her and Aunt Jane went to herand said Miss Ma mle tlld you say I stole your beefsteak Miss Mriinle saldNo didnt say that I said you stole my rabbit Never mln Miss Mamie there aint nobody talking about rabbits I want to know if you said I stole your beefsteak No 1said yet took my rab Hold on Miss ManilH there aint nobody talking about rabbits All I come here to you about wasr whether you said jt stole your beefsteak or not That Is Judge ORear YoUr can go along and talk a out what you please rabbits op anything laea but you mustnt talk about the fiery thing in whrch the American people artmopt interested and that is the ques tion of feeding and clothing them selves and theIr children What good is It going to do you to have a man tell you that he Is going to wipe whiskey off the slate or the tobacco trust off the map when because by his failure to devote his efforts to other pressing question you and your chile dren are to be turned out to starve Cheers Have we a right to discuss national Issues Judge ORear trays not the president says yes Speaking of Pres ident Tafts attitude upon this sub ject the Washington Post Says Massachusetts Republicans Maryland Republicans Kentucky Republi cans and the Republicans of ofber states where full tickets arein the field this year would do well to heed the advice of the leader of the part- yJiJiispoechiw What the Tariff Does The carrying df these states now means the carrying of the United States next year It means putting chaijthatIt means putting him back in the presidents chair that when the mem bets even of his ownpartyNaaria not refuse to pass a bill giving farmers free implements to the people of this country he shall be hack Jher to veto the bill What does thf passage of a bill for farmers free Implements mean It means that when you pay 100 for a farmerls implement with the duty removed yotf will pay only 40 for the same implement Yet in augurated by the Democrats and voted for solidly by the Democrats that bill was passed and after it Was passed President Tat vetoed it Taft said upon a former occasion that we must have a reduction In the prices of clothing dud he cited these ures That mens suits which retail for 15 bear a tax of 1076 that mens overcoats which retail for 15 bear a tax of L183 that mens hats which retail for 2 each bearIa tax of 98 cents each that mens shoes which retail at 2 a pair bear a tax of 621cents a pair that woolen un derwear which retails at 1 a garment bears a tax of SlT cents a garment thus leaving the dollar garment costing only 18 cents to bear a tax of cents that woolen nose which retail at 50 centsa pair bear a tax of 35 cents a pair that cot ton hose which retail at L50 per dozen parrs bear a tax oft 82 cents that womens cloaks which retail at 15 each bear a tax of 98S each that womens cotton dresses which retail atIO each bear a tax of j5 enumerates a list of other things which my limited time today does not permit me to read to you yet when the Democrats passed bills gutting that tax half in two Presi dent Taft the very man wJio picked out these items on which ftp American people were unjustly taxed ve toed thq bills He whs ond way yesterday and another way tomorrow You have a Republican candidate in Kentucky today who was one way yesterday and another way tomQrrow on every proposition that comes up jNow fellow citizens the Republi cans are running through the state telling you hoW easy it Isto be to beat old Jim MbCreary I tried that laughter and you can prove by me that it is not the easiest thing in the world to beat him ir ft it seems to be tHe irony of fate that the first speech I make in this campaign Should be madton the headwaters of Salt river L= Salt river heads over here in Cousin Lo gan Caldwells field After the next election is aver I am going to ask a croWd of yoit fellows here to go with me down Salt river and meet ORear and his crowd coming up and drown every sonofagun of them 7 iLong On Promise In 1907 when Governor Willson was n candidate for governor on the Republican ticket toe JRtipublJcaris got out a campaign handbook and I laid one away in a safe c know ing Jthat four years thence i Repub licans would have another candidate fOr the same office and that some of the t ingsr they promised to do would not ha done at the end Of the tour t theytj i t iipiy con orn wlt ttein recently 6gbms ht been flee how muc rboir oonldasl Va In oxdet i3 J i 7or s b 1pBAKING Ji r lA u r- r Eco lofts 81st- f I makes a food re aad wbd iJJJJappetizIng JL sM i t TIle oldI IpeWMr a e t f omRo a1G Cr T4 lI Jo 4lOv rise cneir promibba itbtxuuttux per have put John Langley at the head of the Republican campaign In this light You know that over in Jthe mountains where John Langley corned from th ycallhlm Promissory makinhim g mittee of this Btate I want to tell you that it is most significant When Joe Cannon had overriddon the Democrats in tho house and when Insurgents of a sufficient nUm act had been created who Joined the Democrats and when some good bills were r come as a result of that coals tion Joe Cannon kept that house IA sessionforx36 hours Harvey Helm is here tods and will bear me pqt In the BtatemenJKhat he J and many others both ate anON8lefit6nI the fJboJ of the house that we niftlit be there when occasion arose to vote3oe Can 1 non out of the speakers chair If It were possible We lacked only aifc votes of turning Cannon otitThe Republicans had summoned and called from all over the United State s every one of theitt absent members and when they marched into the chamber everY fellow of ahem carried something under ills coat When jibe result of the vote was announced loch and every roan drew from tie neath Ws coat an American flag th- esand tr1P9s gtt111s b t11tfranDerthe desk tops and waved those flags over their heads Showing by that pct that they were glad and ultant because Cannon had won and the American people had lost They deserved the stripes but they fAt graced the stars Foremost apion them all was a great big man fraving that symbol of freedom in enltanf triumph over your defeati and that man was Johnw Langler the present t gn campalcommittee Mr ORear I do not blame y for not wanting to discuss natl politics Let that sleep you a WeVill capture Kentucky tbls lim by eep ng down those things thenXnext year when we hold everir office Vithln the gift of Kentucky and have all the power Land Endue that this jwlll give us and every ave nue of mei tanning our way w will capture Kentucky again for i will be an easy matter then to throw Kentucky into the Republican col umn and reelect Taft and Langley that your rights mar be trodden upon as though they Were not Godgiven Broken Pledges In the Republican Campaign Hand book Of 1907 e find this la their platform a We demand a efprm in the management of our public eleemosynary and penal Institutions to the end that they shall be operated by a bipartisan board upon proper business principles and their inmates treated manely Hav they carried that out Great heavens The promised to treat the inmates of eleemosnarytinstitutionsh- umanelyi Have you people so isoqn forgotten that only a short time a tJteseinstItutionsand debauched her although he eCu pled the relation of gijardianBhlp over her js that the humwie Way iIn which they are to treat our feeble- minded out afflicted out unfortunates in the future if so God grant that you maY send none there from the good county of Boyle Then they said olWetnvor the enactment and enforcement bfa local option llaw with the county as the con They trollingunit favored it then they favor it I now They didnt give It to you then and they wont give it to you flow They may say to you that they fa vored it but you had a Democratic legislature and they would not pass it Let me answer them and say that from the Democratic party they took tfoar5men and with those four they elected the attorney for the Whiskey TnuUicT the United States senate Yet fellow citizens upon the county unit bill when the Democrats gave thenx Nearly votes they could not pass it Were they sincere them 1 flay no Are they sincere now VJ answer as emphatically no Then they go on to sill We condemn the law passed for immcriU political purposes creating the rablni commission InvKentucky an5 demand Us repel r7 Did they repeal U oDld they Try to repeal It No But the team wile is to lay their lieutenant gorse nor Toted Tor th passage oS that law andhe is today ohf of iits strsiagest- uh t orterp In the state e E thins they J tee hP hreakirt J alottkStsion is for giia rJrlr a to r jfe the cbifctry withI all its cr tcl CalM ia Tipa rrff 1 4r i c 1 i It S1BSCRJPJQ i If IOJA1i4Rori1 i f = i tIIt NO36l PINGFIEIDI goodhumor SELL yearling elsewhere Louisville Marmion work mares i e y in ed Oh an rranxtwt IIt scat dare tn rwegt or the name of The CtaltaH taAw whom it palled t atfdlti 4nt cnet ItIl sdniebow The tefltbIJ aCaspaigaof f tandbook has tIsrib ITTheCaU charges tirttlr SriUoduced the tax tptjrocad ii ktlf cents and increased J1leadvalue of tax bieprapf ty 25 percent t 1 Let me fead toybti tjTM Uw hem ocratic Handbook Jjas lo ijiyjfaitjut subject the cpmplaimt tljey then t made agalnif the DejieVsritte atelfi Istration wasUlat i rJ tW tof sesfied vahievot propcrtyw 7he Dea4o snarls Capalgn Handbook ol tkk year saya 1 1 There hoe boon mp bdlrect ImLJFcrease in the tAfaie Qt M ft l vas necessary to raise JIIIMIH lai some way ta carry te cfill son war it couldnt Yt1Jljbe run to interest beams w ctamfi tfe resorted to pmdbejt method f raising the rate The state b ot eq1ialliailturn ed the trick hY railing ute Tlu ation of pro r iitU1ef1lL i Ofir the mUadee t h sil take the yearn of ittl FvJ 1111 a SP1 leg sever Mat m haaYep greit InwlS as much is iceat Ia a still greater mtumberaxd14 per cent 12 vcr cent ltter i 6aa4 5 per cent la tlfrij la lilt 9S counties wfre raised tMI iVwmfii raise being aboti 12 Mi twit III fl1f11 72 counties hat i hews rals ed the sveryge rfe fi a ut tle more than 9perreritt t Thus iit w1llbe ieert tkgttXvUl the state rate wily sot VicUt Hy 1a creased the ieealtxiI ilea snare in these couatiti ash 1flt 114 peratcwnf yin 1910 pit a 9 nrdper cent la 1911 Tjtis ana qulv rkeseastdin Ji4 and 511l cents la 3L1 TW AT crave wise of 12 gereit nt M acecouptles in 191 Makd jf eatkon 72rcoutifiea laJJ9n UTA 11tper on iUrv oatties in th State fa Iffl iMiiaWttt 6 per tient id HSilr tftjft it meat not beNost siAtti iMt these lieavy mlaes were pertlted eat to the counties shJ liAtfill satiny city itdLidistri M 4wee thereby increased taTitbWt Take M ah lllu traUfit atrtwhere t era11e Vitaa er cattm lands and perapi ItyL UIB ex lutist kisfin tiIIO4OaM personalty at JJ f4rOJl6thisUn et rfi Sly m1D4 tthta etsfiigat lra certain mattti kntt btfs jl1StSP k toY eft J M revia theiiax laws ft put ttifarat Jtwrtucky ofgoTevising themAad r WHw then are but thete4s wlt cc saethi advocated by each rM to the Js1qnz H11 t knpw and MayGaeefrtt doesrnot kno but tli ifagtithst a aa la UuMy11 m MMiMi trans prominent ersad put ply s pt I t ijr Pkfagl roadt tJtr next legislature Jbtt pfisiape PI a sea tax lax foe tll M of Xlfatveky and Ut 1 M1 It that la ta illvMnte that ttj94w ft 110000 fataa ud you hav lorrtmfA ill1 a it ut the frmee vrh Mrroww the money s4lli pay taiee ill irandswhq 1a d the the sr r neap rftTtltn rgetter ea tki 4 0 1 tfciIak sad 1 artlI1WiIt OWES a tina ad le asnuy bosh mwedNpos It ti t W AuUl aJ IAXM bnh t4 the xtiit tlb IM l- quir itJUeIt the krm I l equitable s114 at tjst ass wiio his ey less tars tinot weep tip4U ill M er fora fa d YJthe far tore batsmpaey lw the as- tgat o tlNerd ec Xsay mi the iLW iCMtly ps tax fPO 1 thi Irani M tit ana oel aidwlt has the h- aheig4 the d the lttriIi 1Mt tfIia teN4 fity0ri stiles s a an wbich hilt ottt thR J know from aM I lrru mocratfo lk In tba eMdty tkit try arcs to Coaduaed nutw n Pages column p v r p r 7 IUIr8tWSUADfR SPJIIMfGPIlLDpKY I I4 iIpc SLNJ1TUTTXUMDAY urnim JOSEPH FOUN- v+ JMiWaMi FublUhers T1w uAt OCT 191L tt Deancratk Ticket t FJidtStateaSenatory OLUE M JAMES yfi ForfGvrn JlcCREARYtti4l For LtetiteaaatGovernor EDWARD J McDERMOTT For AttornG nei1 hi JutEs S GARNETT Par Auditor fHENJtY BOSWORTH t IJpr 5tateTreasnrer P THOMAS G RHEA r4i l Ppr Secretary of State Ik ItC F CRECELIUS t Fee Supt of Public Instruction I BARKSDALE HAMLETT If For Coauni tkner of Agriculture 1 J WJNEWMAN For Clerk of Court of Appeals XOBERTL GREENE i For Railroad Commissioner W F KLAIB f i For State Senator TDRHG SANDERS i Li foR ta Waahtngttrn Co I r fJOBN APOUN i V 1 Ln PHEPtfBONAL t Mjrt J A Bonlwareand MrsC i Garland Cunningham will en- l tSrUfci at flinch this afternoon lYra G W McBride of Eonia t iUelwill arrive Fridsy night fobt3tMjtacptQf her motile tfn JenIeSarcey i MriVP 0 Cleaver entertain ed at euchre yesterday after ifchix OR Vanmeter and Maurice Doody of Lebanon w Ire here yeeierciay A number of friends enter r tained lira Joe Pettuo at a sur l prise party Tuesday afternoon I in boaof of her birthday jr MrNor Hacklev of Forest llllnol Mrs OR9ns of t- I Oct Nov win best to I t 1 FALL illI Vtaiens and Misses I I CaSu1ts WORSTEDS AND ISHED GOODS All new colors in plain apd plain or braia and velvet trimmed new collars cuffs and skirts the very T Misses ALLWOOLNOVELTY SKIRTS Cray or tan mixtures panel back and front plain tail 4 ored or trimmed with selfcovered V buttons on sal4 a 0 2 I i 22 S rnces wide perfect In color and wave a popular item in last Ieeks regular value We f bAve received an extra shipment whieb we sale willplaceon49c BLACKVELVET full 19 inches wide jet black close pile 43 will keep its color and give ex cellent J regular 11O value on l Mon at yr89cJ j FLACK VELVETS 19 in 1911t1 cM wide soft mellow black all silkpile Crosier back exceptional value regular L25 grade- QC n sale at iJl a good white cot for very regular 1 an extra heavy stitched errMi witk lilkoline Arwarm vai bdeYeMIagoo4 a1 if lpLi 50 WWN QUILTS we im gM at our new stock 0 rdIiaii DOW Qiltc waging igf 10 fvosui M 98Ip jLANLIaSweiI ac MW ikebevt blanket fa A ftcat Jspsis1 it 4 r oLIc SALE 130 POLAND GHINA HOGS At Tobacco on County Court Day Monday 23 I At I 30oclock pm J iready to farrow gilts just bred for February 1st farrow to big type hog Ky A few 100 to I weanedA11 J II- JIAuctioneerCampbellsville and Mrs Fonzo Ricketts of Lebanon are the guests of Mrs C R McWhorten Mrs Alice Ehompson and Nat are visiting Mrs H S Hudson at Sharpsbirg ky Mr H M Grundy and Miss Kate Mayes have returned ffom i Cincinnati Mr and Mrs G A Curry of are the guestsof Mr and Mrs1 E S Mayes Sr Mrs 10 WV Baumbauer vis ting her brother in Louisville Miss Wiiette Mayes of Galsk tin Tennesse is the guptlier sister Mrs Thchard DoJIiam Eton S A Russef of Leba non was here M ayJMrs MjJ4ugan1of Bloo- meIdfrsiting Mrs JN Kelly iblsweek Mr arid Mrs Ben F Simms attended the of Mrs Herman Cotton at Bardstown Sunday iyWttn7lkrrTwwIwIwwwIwvwkwi LOUISVILLEKY Railroad Farei Refunded 9to 19 Mail Orders filled the j values in stock andon mailorder purchuerlof5or more we forwarding charges points in 200 miles payI I 41I READ WOMEMS AND MISSES tf FOR AND WINTER i SERGES ROUGH the fancy mixtures tailored 2500values Wens ManTailored Skirts 500 Popular and BLACK VELVETEEN full 75o even wear full use 125 ICOMFORTS 00 and pr IrIiIuti j Sows CAMPBELL son Barrodsburg funeral Womens and Misses Tailored Waists PURE IRISH LINENLaun 1I1j 50atl j BLACK TAFFETASoftfin isliedtailored style tucked but ton front high neck and long sleeves The best value possible at tooffer 298 I L Velvets Autumn SilKsI FANCY SILKS full 20 inches wide white ground with beauti ful floral effects very appropriate for waists and trimmings an tra goad value and worth 100 a yard on at BLACK SILK POPLIN full 24 inches wide soft in textured lustrous finish will give splendid wear and is one of our FANCY popular for kimono waists The assortment includes black nv 160 grade on sale at O l f I f and ti For Home or Hotel a I 1111001IJlOOO i Springfield Warehonse Oct Expansion TOWEAR GARMENTS aale79c 95cgradeMARQUISETTES stripewith resedaaunlEgyptian Blankets Comfortables TEDDY BEAR BLANKE3ES pattepistoand bluesagoodsizecrib- blanke f at 5 ICOTTON BLANKET we offer for Mondny an exfr good ottonBlanKetbluebordar A tnkorl 25 SPRINGFIEID BLANKETS iin assorted color plaids also ih white with pink or blue borders elevenqiartrblankets pair tpnc P 49 frrlargeered 72x84 and heavy eiiong1itq make a comfort This tMeiiljt prevenththq cottifromgetting each tokno OQfrlce lSO b4 e 1 J BIG DISPLAY Ladies and Misses Suits at the store of the Robef tsonChiy brooke Co October t3I IIoII 1t1i 1bavev datefCome early andtpUiKe your se lection Satisjfaccion guaranteed- RoberUonCIapbrooKc Co inc = Mr John I Clay brooke visited relatives here this Week Mr L H Bellebaum is yisit ing his motherat Bowling Green this week Mr G N Marksis in Louis ville this weekI Miss Ellen Wathen in iu Lou isville this week t Hon John W Lbwis was in Louisville Monday Miss Ruth Volford has returned to her home in Camp bellsville after a few days stay with her brother Mr C R Wolford She was accompanied home by Mrs Wolford and little ison Frank IMits Emma McWhorter re turned home Sunday from an extended visit to relatives incCasey County Mr James C Lewis and son i James of Denver Colorado visited his brother Mr John W Lewis yesterday Mr Emmett McElroy of Km saa City Missouri is the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs A C McElroy Thesale of Mr T E Ballard at McIntyre yesterday was well at tended and everything sold well Miss Gage Gregory left Sat urd y for Beaumont Culleget whereshe will attend school t Mrs M W Hyatt was iu Bloomtleld this week 5 2 Miss Mary Logan Neale is in Louisville this week J Manning of Bardstown i iDropened a Dental office at j place Iaj j Mrs M M Scott sotind i Mokb Pearl bay stallion 8years record 2 28t trial 2 16 + and registered i Sah brown stallion 8 i iiJ Connauiht Imported English HackneA stallion 6 I daughter pf WinsheSer are the guests of Mr and Mrs J J McCabe Mr MittLeaclm school at BowliDjs Green Mr Wa u Ifoccar of Leba non pras here Tuesq y 1Mrs E C Thorajp on and son 1 bardstown will visit Miss Carrie Edelen Sat rd yaoo G C Wharf iiapdMr and Mrs T Scott Vfayes were in Louisville the ifst of the week Mrs G C Vhdrton is- Louisvilletoav in Mr and Mrs Greg Edelen spent Saturday jn Lebanon Mrs Shehan of Bardstbwn is visiting her sonMr Vop Shehan Miss Elearor has returned from a viut to Miss Spragne in Lonisvillo Miss NancyeSimns has accep ted a position with ii rs Williams and will begin work rviIctiday Miss Louise rp eJhas en tered school at St Catharines Mr and Mrs J C McElr y and Mrs Howard McElroy and daughter JElizabetli were in Bardstown Sunday Misses Eliza end Uddie Mulli arl visited m Lebao this week dJ Mr HR McElr yis in Lou isvillothiseek Rer P F Hen essy has returned from Eudst wn Dr G T Burtoti was id Louisville One day thisUveek tLost On Sppt jiber 20 be wcen Sprl field and Valley Hill two sewing rriicqine draw ers withattachm ts and gold spectacles in case I Return to this Tjffice ana recl re reward AHIhjt Of the many curloiL customs which mark Brittany as an especially Inter sting field for the traveler this oDe relaU1Wto marriage At the close of the wedding cercm my the bridegroom gives the brl4a box on the ear saying ThlsHa bow It feel wh jn you make vexed after whf h he kisses her yiu meJI i IDispersal Public SpS i VALUABLE RORSE4 rOCK I On Tuesday OctoberM i myhorses2odo Fillies and YearJings r Iqld Breaker trialijBtuncing regisIYersLoldstanard n1iiasen- tered SundayMr Duncan Bay mare 6yeii s old standard- in foal to Mo Pearl Bay gelding 5 years old standard can sbocr 240 speed Sorrell filly bnel ribbon mare 2years old bl Moko Pearl Bay fillY 33e sold by Baron Dillon 212 udard Six 2yearold fijhes by Mquo Pearl broker to har1lessj nice drivers Two fillies oe year old by Make Pearl One filly 1 yea by San Breaker Bay horse 0pJt ears old good fajnily horse WlIla ira OIc 1iors I wagonIwagon goo forder orms malJe known on day of sale It P P MBNNES Y m s v tt T K Smith Pres C P Goo e Vice Pres ML Simms Sec and Tre s r I WaShington Co1nty TobaccoCo1r f + Handlers of Loose Leaf Tobacco N lI t ICharg i commissionin r J JjIr ji iIi j I l 1 iIf you want a square dealand best possible jj service bring your tobacco to us I B L Montgomery i Si JtCCCampbell I fi ss- t Gen Manager Au tioneerifi f U WLt4ePublic Sale OF Farm Stock Etc 1 On Friday October 20 ati oclock pm we Will offer for sale to the highest and best bidder what is known aa the Sbannahan farm said farm con tains about 130 ACRF more or less and has on it a good dwelling house and all necessary outbuilding good well in the yard andl plenty olstock water nost alj of the land is well set in blue erass and there H a good lot of Locust posts on te place and a gocd orchard and a telephone in the house This farm is about 3i miles from Springfield pn the St Rose and Loretto turnpike road and very convenient to good school and to church Personal Property Will also sell one pair coming 3 yearold mules two 2 yearojd horses 1 coming 3ycar old Gimbetta Wilkes filly 1 sow and pigs 11 ewes and 1 buck 4 or 5 thoroughbred Jersey cows and heifers about 300 bushels corn gdod 2lborse wagon and 1 road cart good as new and other articles nob mentioned above TERMSThe land will be sold for one third payable January 1st 1912 and the remainder in 12 and 3 years and bearing interest from Januarylst 1912 J The personal property will be sold on 90 days trtne without in terest L RICH SMITH Son M Campbell Auctioneer PublicP Sale Mr C N Willett having sold his farm thissale is for the purpose of dissolving partnership we will on Thursday October 19 at 100 ocloclc pm offer for ale on the farm of J W Widen l0 uiilej from prioi titU on the SprinlctiBid and Barhstpwn tiirnj pike offer for sale to the highest bidder the following property One black mare 9 years old in foal Jo Jack 1 black ware 0years old in foal to jack registered yearling lilly 1 3vearold g ing 6ne year old gelding brown march11 years old one yearling gelding one yearling titly jack 3year old well brotH 15 Hands highsired by the late J Av Sympsons jack and out 6f a first class jeunot from the Gov Wood family jack 3y ars o da good one 14 hands high sired by a Para gon jack and out of a Gov Wood jennet +lack 2years old well broke lJt hands high sired bv Dewey and out of a Guy Wood jennet jack one year old a good one and out of a Goy Wood jjennet baParagon jack jack colt suckling sired by- GovertiorBilIy owned byThuri wan Pdters 2 jennet colts yearling and 1 suckling 3 first class aged jennet 6year old work mule 2year old horse sbeepl1nrek 1 black bull calf une heifer cow sowtandfertilizerIpartnership and all parties re serve thp righttobid or buy any partof this stock tjt TERMSAll sums under 10 Icaso over that amount oa u Credit of six months note with approved security and payable in bjwjtb interest from datetwill be required JW CN WILLETT S M Campbell Alclicnttr Leather Dave portZitI S2 1 ca band balance on small payments to suit your con venience It is solid oak or bit h finished covered with tufted Boston leather It can be l IIas settee in your parlor living room and instantly I 9 INTO A BED H a large box concealed inwhchtQstoie bedd g or linens during the day Thus you get TWO ELEGANT PIECES of furniture for the pride of one only 25 I paying only 2 cash ifyou desire your and balance on weekly or monthly payments to suit 8S just MATCHLESS B ARGAiKS we have to 11This th offeryou in aPf 4 J own and operate the largest store in and ciontrol the entire tofsome of the largest Furniture in the country and 3d the largesta3 3business in the South I YOUR CREDIT IS GOODIwithus no matter where you liye and we give you jjust the same terms of cash or II credit that we gIve to our of regular customers right here at home To show you how fair we are and how much weiippreciat6 the trade of gpo people who do not live in 1 frFTTW4 tp your home station thus putting you on exactly the same footing with customers who come right into our stores WRITE US TODAYand tell us jjust what you would like to buy in Baby dr Gpcarts Refrigerators Stoves Car pets Hugs or andwe will by return giving you full particulars of the wonderfully low prices we can the easy erms we will be glad to give you We ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEE every article we sell and anything that is not exactly as representedwill be taken backaid the money refunded Cut out and fill in the in this dd and mail IT TO USfm frJ la3I5 VM4RKE III I Yf ififA v 1 THE HOUSEFURNtSHER IN KENTUCKY m2 Xit f Cultivate Tacf a woman Is ileicd lib tact sho the BtipraAio pi ft It will bring tierItbeauty or oven genius Tact crtalnly tho greatest of all gifts to a woman The girls school In some fardistant Utopia Is going to include a course In uq1fromthe postgraduate w4rk For when the day of enlightenment docs come tho sensible mpT and tho astute worJdngIpeople Is more to b e doelrca than TIstands a girl place beauty it takes tier fur 11n than talent it brings the her feet to do her homage Tact Speed the day when thljunconshJcred the world out of anything It has to give but with her fccbl strength she cant wrestle with It and get anything Thirty New Species of Fish The wAfdsof t bogln Ding to be accessible to tile naturalist The countiy Is sufflclently broken In the Interior now to allow a man to study af his lelsua without the con stant horror of the unknown banging latest expedition Into 1thefish lilth rto entirely unknown to tho r Ansorgetimore than 1000 speclmejns ot all and of course the vast Ichthyologlcal world still unexplored lies ag a tempting bait to other students elncd the pbs elbllltlos of the darK contlqnt are Just beginning to be When It becomes 4be to ex plore methodically ovory corner of the great Interior the btoJ Situ mlflral l ogitsf andall theothe Jtheflald orttleI e wilt floubtloss mnSo Haaa vobm8 nuFCffi BY t XO 52 acres ofland located1 half town jfod fi room dwel jlirip barn and other butwihgsy traIts of kinds and well wawred poracre S10JOO j 91 acres of laodCi mifos frVunSpr ngf flekJgood sevrn room dwelling hii b new two good towHe stockndbarn well fence4 and watered Pc aere5O No 3 98 acre jiirnT located miles from cpringfield and 6 miftis from stable sttyk For acre ifS No 4 l 2if acre cr farm well 1oc Sro tojjaccoTiam cribntf granaryliji allays well mostly in grass pdr acre fi watered So urpin grdsa per acre Bq 5j No 8 80 acres land Similes frpiq town good new dwolflgg wood barn place wall fenced and watered Pric fI 9 205 acrofl dwelling 6 rooms stock barn ad tobacco barnl soind 11l timber all in fine stale of cultivation per nero S85 No 10 1S4 acres of land good bluei era s JaudOO acres of vroodiarid dJirwm Jwolling stock barn and silo goil tcoacco barn desirable lQcatioqt Jtrahome i No d3acrclI2 miles good dwelling s rooms stodcf and ttn oa ceo barn gooi tenant ho egooq ainl beautiful location Iidtrog In wejif watrcclal t t price JSOO t g burn priced per acre 0 r c r rVI iJI V olol You Can Buy This Handsome Boston I for only 1kM1 mahogany ral used a or CHANGED underneath convenience We Louisville output Factpries t thousands Louisville Furniture Carriages Linoleums Mattings reply mai iriakeand COUPON TODAY LARGEST IIt of orJdII Afrlcaarekji8t tnildtfrom 6 large fenced COUPO Bensinier Ontnttlaf JolloqlsriUe ly t clip this rCouonfrointhe I Ift i i aDd wouldlll to hi ruU pirtlc 4ffuiarsnitoiI- tT J j j Namel t L Freight ri J irioci1 DESIRABLE PEOPERfYI SAtE cELROY 1W A rpNt tobacco goodjbam andt2jI 9Nogoodbarn Vel1imflargecvqrlasting IlUOO jTrpmitiiiwjj inibiftTmtier tSplinKtie1d utomatic rNtY 14 3lb aCres of land imiIJ from Springfield 9 room dulling stock and tobacco ban all under goo fence price 45 per acre No Ej tU acres 6 mHesfrom Spring dwellingandbarn J r3400 HvJ J No lql acres innefromSplJntr fiqld near the pike convenient SJ1 neighborhoodNo 17 71 crel mitel fcata Spring field ho eland in gooa ptat of cultiyatfbn price i3U Ko 18 172 acrs fi miles fronjt Springfield good house 7 rooms 21 barns fine tobacC seli wathred t price per acre 55 y rt No 19 20 acres near iooker gooa dwelling house and bam pried laJl No 20 60 acres land d7elling and barn dll good hind price WOo BNo t7 acres jocatd 3 f mileji boith of Hanxxisbtjrg li acres iii gtuia 6 room dwelling noufie and gooa barn price per acrei o if I J No 22 Farm 135 acres ocated be tween MackVille and Texds good 7 room dwelling house good barn and 1jother outbullumgs tann iow all IJl grass price 833 per acre f 14imiles r tour room cottage large Sx ckuam corn crib milk house meat hi use god well and 2 evcrlaatipg spiiigs ne eIr jllaland and lays well tJJ f 5a per acre 4 1 Noi 24 46K acre farm bcated jsf U miles from ringtfeJd onBmlsiowp U pike good new 6 room awelling louse tJey barn 6J60 meat house well ani milk house price3400 1 1ILi f I 1jt Twn PWh11 Good four room Irs f rted on Walnut Strt axI 3Nicethreo ceont 0tJ 4piL 2iiiTii t DR G 1 0MIIDENT i DENTISTI j V liEETH EXTRACTED J MTHOUT PAINr v V Sffi U Io Hagan Block tip stairs I SPRINGFIELD KY All Dental Work Strictly 4lt Firstclass r nR j p MUBD i ffiiiciia1 and Surgeon e Office hours 8 to 9am1 IJ 1 to 2 pm Offices over Eaydons Drugstor w JJtEjdmptonMD- p ft Office In Ooefi House I 4 0 5 I OnicePhone No D Re3IdcflcNo 138 f J VW J F GRIGSBV ATfOF NEY AT LAW Office over Peoples Bank 1 BPRINOPIELP KV D MW HYATT v Office over Red Cross Drug Store Office hours Hyatt 1080 th1to 12 m 4 to 5 pm p JOIINYIMAYES 4- fUNERAL uiCTORf AND llCENSEDEMijAlMER a I TELEPHONE DAY 19 NIGHT 74- SPRINGFIELD RI 1 vDM F TRUSTY l PRACTICALs tDENTIST1 1L lOSlce over Hay on Barber qiental work at reasonab6 prices AU work SPRINGFIELD guaranteed KY f f Railroad SchtduleJJ j Foliqwrng is the time schcdule- 4f now in Affect on theBardstown t and Springfield branch railroad- i Mo4l Leaves Louisville ata y 432pm pardstown Junction j p mj Bardstpvn 6CG p m j arrives at Springfield 055 p m V No 42 Leaves Springfield at 600 a m Bardstowri 645 a mtj Bardbtowo Junction 730 a m t rlvsat Louisville 820 a ineNo 43 Leaves Louisville at 720 am Bardstown Junction 855 a m Bardstown lOOoa m arrives at Springtield 1140 p mf lNo 44Leaves Springfield at 100 pm Barjstown 220 pmI Bardstown Junction 410 p m arrives attLouisville 545 p n t 0SIFORi I1 g8 iITOWN u f OOW UWWWW0iJiW Local Interest The Freshest and L test All About Yourself Friends and Acquaintances i Pure Jellico coal at B D Lakes iOIt SAiESe d Rye A McElory Friday and Saturday the big days at Wathen Shaders FOR SALE 140 liead of sto ewes B W Neikirk FOR SArOne good jersey cow A B Walker Corn pats and bay Get our rices B D Lake Co Tobacco sticks In any quantity at Barber Pettus x Dont fail to see the nw ready towears at Watben Shaders FOR SSALE2 coming 4year old mules W H Leachmau A full line of Purenia feeds molasses feed and alfalfa meal B D LaktfCo IFORS C MQGillI Remember we fork our coal and give 80 Ibs to the bushel 1 BDLakeCoFO- RSALEIfSOId immediately farm of 68 acres located Valley Hill a Henry tine tobacco DeriPg nearI FOR SALEA la 2 sorghum mill furnace and separator good as new HAEudd 1I200 Stylish trimmed hats to- elect prom at low prices for this month I Mfs Willitsma COALIn carload IItS Extra uality Cheap Write or phone RL Boldrick KyjIWANTEDA tenant to raise 20Iapply to j C D Miller Springfield Ky FOR SLEGood seed rend wheat also good potato on- Ions i CL Brady 1 LoT05 in bills one 20 4 tens and one five on the streets of Springfield last Friday Lib ral reward if returnod to Ed Fenwick J Forrest Cusick will be up here until November 1st Phone him at his fathers Ed Cusick He will go to anyoaes home and make any thing you wish in first class photplnaphs t Unparalled Sesation in Spectacle Selling 1 1 Spectacles andEyc Glasses t ifLHnses Fitted toyour Eyes JSJfJan Expert OPICianror 1 FOUR DAYS We are Permanently Located 1 When You a it Means 1 L Happenings or 1HMM TOPICS j FOR SALE Gbod Feed Rye John F Simms Quite a large numberoep ople from here attended the For e paugh Sells Bros Circus at Lebanon Saturday SLOSTbn the streets ofj Springfield Monday a pair of glasses in a black leather case Finder will please return to this office QColored local talent willi pro duce the comedy hAll Mistake at the Opera House Saturday night Procetds for the benefit of St Dominies bur VNOTICE All persons ygclaims against ueftTein Bot1 toms will present ah itemized i statement to S M Bottoms at once Hertlein Bottoms Marriage license was issued this week ta Mr Oic rroster and Miw Mattie BrotheBoth are prominent people of the Ta tham Springs n ighb hodILostbet veen Valley Hill and Mooresvrlle on last Tuesday afternoon a large black overI coat Finder willreturn to this office and receive reward Thbse whomissed hearing the Hon011ie M James when he spoke here will have an oppor i tunity o hear him at Lebanon next Saturday Tobacco cutting is about over and no d ubta large crowd will greet him Hon Ben Johnson will address the voters of Washington county at the Court House county court day Mr Johnson has been baying large crowds herever he speaks and is dcl Weringgood- speeches United Laundry does alVkinds of laundry work Family wash lug 5c per pound Laundry de livered twice a week Give them a call F W Biiumbauer Agt Springfield City Tailor If you are looking for good horses itat have taken premiums at all the fairs dont failI to attend Thnrman Peters sh next Saturday See their ad on page Aunt Martha Carrico mghly respected colored women died Jast week at her homein Briar Manila 90town Aunt was years of age and well known bv a large number of people bv whom till was well thought of being atypical Black umray of slavery days Yesterdays Courier Journal a1OBannonl a1 LynchII also 24 both of Louisville were T i RUSSELL price special lenses than half of any If its possible to fit your can do It 1 j f BLIC8A14EII n order t dissolve partnership we will on t Wednesdayy 18 at 10 oclock arrion the premises on farm known as the Tqm Duncan farm 5 miles from SprJ gfield on the WilUsburgpike offer for sale the following described person property One pair Percheoj mares bid to jack 4 extra good yearlingsteers 6 and 8 years qdf j11 Jennet with coltby her stcef 1 blllck mare ars oldand mule colt 40 125lb shoats a good family al d work mare 1 bay mare 13 earsold and extrashoatsgood family mat sand mule colt 3 sows and pigs lbay mare 9yeaipi old in foal to Jack 17 good brood sows il gray horse an 4 tra good horse thoroughbred Southdown sheep 1 pair yearling m les J buck and 11 ewes 3 16 hand work m lesI100 bushels shelled oats 4 Short lorn cows with calves 30 bushels orchard grass seed by their sidean good milkers 225 bushels wheat good enough for seed 1 Shorthorn heifer with calf 1300or 400 bushels corn 1registeredlongyearling Shorthornbull Farming implements of all kinds TERMSrt lp cash Over that amount on 6 months time and payable in bank and bearing interest from date J R T K SMITH- s M TBELlTAucliQneer married in Mon daYlight by Magistrate HayI The bridegroom yis Owen county Ky and the bride who is a of Isaac Lynch is a native of Springfield Ky1 fiSSAmliel of Mr James Hardin and the bride iis a daughter of the late William Jone Both are popular young people of the Moores ville For the benefit of St Domi nics church All AMistakea farce comedy will be given by local colored talent at the Opera House Saturday October 14th which to be one of the best ever given I for wbite people Seats on sale at Red Cross drug store Good order plenty of music Doors opep at 7 oclock performances at 8 oclock Admission Adults 25 cents 35 cents Children 15 cents We call our readers attention to the advertisements of lice stock brP ib Hennessy on October 24 T e stock offered areof the very Ih ghest hav ing rn them the blood of the best Kentucky orseS As they are to be offered at auction its up to Washington county horse men to keep this stock in be county We would be un fortunate to loiiE such horses as Moko PearlIjlJounciner Con naught andothrs that will be fTered Frrners- FarmctrsofWashiugton f i Cou nty dont fai to attend the Farmers Institute on Tuesday and Wednesday 17th and 18th Youwill have opportunity of learnip things in one that may tale you several years iiff left to you own ro surces i WA5 Wale s Pres Washington Co nty Farmeis Ed M Russell Jeweler Lr 11 1DV October IfOR iDAYSII ISPRING1IED KENTUCKY 11 1fGiies lThursday t I lI j t V FrIdaySr Oct 20- Saturday I- SS t 7 Oct s 21f IFOUR DAYS IC nursIday21 R gnl8p850 andoQp Glasses and s 1 les will be sold for ectacIIv Ft1JFLMYSS lidve decided to sacrifice all profits and offer these regular 8350 and 500 Gold Glasses carefully fitted to the eyes at the unheard of prie ofIIDOLLAFt We do this in otdcr to show our appreciation of the support given to us in building up such a nice Jewelry business and also to j IIw celebrated lline of Hamilton Watches In order to serve all promptly purinit this wonderful sale we have secured Itqe seivices of M Kendall4he Louisville specialist and every customer will thus have a scientific examination of their eyes and the glasses properly dJus1l Ramember the sale will not begin until Wednesday October 18th and will last only four days jDonot be If you Can Note Waited Upon at the TimV Yoii Call Cair tgain I I3 We Give Something Guar- tee first ED M Jeweler- We make a low for less other specialist eyes we our work one registered Under negotiable Jefierscjnville daughter neighborhood promises Specialseats class excellent Notice October day Institute 7ct I I our disappointed Lowest Prices for SpecialrGro lfocalLtns dII See Our Window ispl YII CoKendolpher M11Ja j Gbkendolpher died at his home near Chaplin Thursday of heart trouble He was born Sept 51S45 iq Nelson county When tlje civil war broke out he enlisted under General JohnH Morgan and served with credit during ihe war Buria l services were conducted at Chaplio Friday by Rev lfe L Griffey He is survived by his Wtfe and three daughter Misses Bettfe and Jennie Cokendolpher of Chaplin and Mrs W F Grigsby of this place Steele MriHarrison Steele died at the home of his daughter Mrs Cyrus Johnson near Barrods burg last Monday of infirmities incident to old age beiS 91 years of ape Mr Steele moved ito this county in 1866 and lived here uniil shortly after the death of tyis wife which ocouredi at Nashville three years ugo when be moved to Merger County He was a useful and upright citizen and highly re spected Funeral services were conducted at Willisburg Tuesday by Rev J A Simms He is survived by fourchildren Mrs Cyrus Johnson of Nlercer County MrsG L Warner Mrs J D Swejeney and Mr lte W Steele of this coUnt- vBankruptcy Notice In the District Court of the United States for the Western District of Ky In the matter of Albert S Hines Bankrupt In bankruptcy To the creditors of Albert 6 Bines of Mackville in the County of Washington and dis trict aforesaid a bankrupt Noticeis hereby given that on the 25th day of September A D 1911 the said Albert S Hines was duly adjudicated a bankrupt and that the first meeting of his creditors vill be held at W F Grigsbys office in Springfield Ky on the 26th day of October A D 1911 ut 10 oclock k a ul at which time the said creditors may attend and pr ve their claims appoint a trustee and examine the bankrupt and tran sact such other businesses may properly come before said meek rng Ben Spalding Referee in Bankruptcy Oct 10 1911 jNotice All persons indebted to the estate of L F Clements d- ecasewiIllci1l and settle be fore Novemer 1st with the undersigned also all persons havingclaims against tho estate will present same properly prbyeu on or before November 1st B D R L Clements Adins- Public Speaking Judge L W Bethurum can didate for Auditor Col L P Talfton candidate for Railroad Commissioner and Marshal Dun can candi aterorRepres ntative will will speak at Wililsburg Saturday October 14 at 1 pm SjJeclal Privilege Rev Ionian Powell of Northampton has a bright little son who is very much frightened in thunderstorms says the Cosmopolitan One daya caVy shower came up when the lit tie fellow had wandered away from the house Mis rather who was watch tug for him t saw him came running toward home as the first drops fell He looked terrified and Ills lips were moving f5Hwhat were you saying asked his- fathdft l was Ie1i1nOth Gpd thatt I am 1niterdn the lioy rep1tdl U 0 tc Ir THEBIG STORi I IllS 1andshowing 1 I IGol I I I Att Extremely Low Prices III IandI Special Low Prices dij 94 and I O4 Sheetings Ready madeSheets and PilIowCas Table Lihens Napkins and TowelsPBleached and Brown Cottons Calicoes and Apron Ginghams I V CALLANDGETPRICES4S 1 See that lot of Boys Suits we are sciOn gatJalf Price VVV I Dont luy asingle ilfem bntil youlsee ourstdck ndjitar our I prices for we are going t save you money this season oh every thing you buySII I 60I7 3 IMiSuits Overcoats and pants made to order All kinds clean ing pressing and dyeing done by the Springfield City T Lot Giye me a call E W Baumbauer Propr Springfield Ky Pleasant Grove- Several rom here Attended the showat Lebanon Mesdames Henry Reed and Decatur Dragoo spent Sunday with Muss Mattie Tobiri near Texas Misse Catherine Elanor t ndI Mary Llts y Thompson spent the weekend with their aunt MrsB D Lake at tipringbuld Mrs BL Litsey has return ed borne from a visit with rela lives tvLebanon Misses NOra and Nellie Brew er have returned tof their homa atBardstown after a isit t o MrsJ S Leachm n Mrs Lillian Settles is the guest of Mrs Sleet Vinkston near illisburg W C andJ S Kelley ofI Springfield were guest ofJohn Leachman Sunday Mrs A L Litsey is visiting her sister Miss Hpbertaon at Lebanon i Atmoit the Limit- You say Bhoeworrles herself on necessarily over rtfljng thingar said one of two women who were speak lag abott the ways of another iWf nesT war the answer WbrsbeI more trouble to herself than a tyr bfchlJdreDIf tamrr WhtHe Escaped A 30year convlcV In a aoutneritjtatt theard the telephone thaother daj foj the first time This may be Called pathetic but tbtpk what tortures he baa mlssjad by not hajrlnff to Walt In rulj storeaKeena SentlneL L= i iSrII FITZGERALD HERTLEIN- 117k 1SeptemberlsTheI Month for Fresh PY I terLIIWewill agftinkeep them in the bulc S1 select Oysters IIshippedextra arid TySOie W1i l4 W willservethern iOlt Any time raw or cookie1 1WeI IBread CaKes and CanF I dy also IcesI at Any Time Iu i iiSJ I PUBLIC OF S Li Ir Land Stock Cropsc iAFarmingi r y 0 In order tosettle the state of MrSMB1isa Peyton4ciisivilli Saturday November 18fS J h at 10 oclock am at the late residence of Mrs Mlw Pitr fff the Springfield and PerryvHle sell to the highest biiiW j 132 Acres of Land jrTwo fine work Mules 1 work horse 1 brood Mare ai Mi 3afine Milk Cows 25 Hogs 800 bushels of Corn fejjhtk fWWt LotofHy Farming Implements Hause1old and kitdwa fonitaA as good as new and of fine qualitySThis farm is on Pleasant Run in the best BurleySof the State and is very fertile in high stats of edtivatiMi IIM on it one of the best tobacco barns in the county There to d Mrt flacres in grass balance in cultivation No better ocMMctaMilr WH M offered in years to somepne looking for a detiraSle fare tlsstls a money maker and well located convenient to acb W ad chmihijit and in a splendid neighborhood PJl TERMS OF SALEi On persohalty all soiss ever ieatsd p H Imonths with interest will be given all sumausder SHefA J11 Terms of sale on land reasonable and ma4 IThe full particulars call at premises or MMt IfiIeIJBPEYTONk oIrCM TH OMPOI- Pl SPKINGFIEEJ KY JtJtF t i 1- TLr S o 1S- i Monuments f 1 1inneedofanythiigin the has TqT mbsto Mouumts orGeiitaryfl tr it will pay you to seeotir rprsai Wj jljV j M rL K buying I f1ohn eriB SI Now Albany Idb4a t Leai rpsreseiitative E PDEDI A t i4444S y = w Tw m TTI LtLtj1 t 1 1l 1iwiEtWL r0fA GtiT JMJLET t JbrItucmI 1 i wMwcus1sILNGeV1 Jo J JIu f Ti11 8mJalVl r ltfJ s MoJ nuJZtr IDr f UfITrrrt y tJt Hry tSI JaW Me rlio ijj- i thy pT fr te hie herse- We0 jaiet fer it ROWN be said tersely Waee fhet patrol makes t their rMair tfcem fellers wit be after r ue het i pUePWi4aii w 41111 glaace back for t tIt tht a d4 j1est Wa 1 iiaws Ill tJa HrocaidtM WI seradis wouW be heard t IHMI Mar taw We were novlng WaYeiy w for the road under foot I JH bit ui we a4vae4 asd gaye 1 kaek the 4 H tk4 ef soft earUi 1ft iLl Meal et tN rattltac etaac at the IINltHtec1f1 s at 6 t a tM IIu4 uaea Js et siesshnly a hart aa ay I WIa+4 t whtelet M1 tke sad1eI f lIJttyp r iea d4tlT to prevent S ZW3 all 14 1Ctbew1 4est1y at tMJ i I MIML rrVhat MW J aaked sharply and fkli iia u er I fereed rtore3 f tf Jeaeehef gap We must ride aM 14MvdaMatobeoutotth1a eefa by asyht- f flUie wieret Aefaeed ae atifty aA there was 1aaUcht atteff ia her yoke I felt them partially1MNtI repeated athikri c my aeattered WiWh7 J1ni t1Se we ais seeking of J I vMsNee4ee that yea Were t ato lag aaxltHiely te lee my racer ti la the artaitis fthat her suspicions t quickti 1L t7M 1MI she sail coldly That t w M a 9a4eral jMtet aklUecL MlCffM I tiMe Ie wurneat and I i JtaewK Craifc aeUar or smttse had p4E4a haek aM NaH In beside ua j r IIwIiatlaerdf ff i IrTfCKitraaM tersely la 4 Mail eC the word yen are a pris 4 fer the time heteg at least but aeVtkreock ay wishVet mIn Wr iIt U jwC iaike w r em wHlea and your I 4 tetaciathl iitaatk lc altogether aa i aetl4eat However be ito ma it mayJ w Hiet rsef all freteet ourselves 4vS1 x I wikvery gladly leave you with fS 711S jpoea1ble but L8 things have HatH tkl1I rye there remains HtalterMUn11N ajuat ride aa iT 1HTevyo are Mt Major Brennanls jfrtea them t You were not sent by h hiPrMk to Beet me 1 The questions Vwnt treei her lips se rapidly that t jiz1eiht thMr jporty r ii LM atk1jtLPtflp m7H th w k VtatUia fh1I at your jhrvlCB Mt wI7 t Ui8cJ 2thek 1 jJMi rrail tcq ant Jss 1Jt htttl t1Ia i a d4eBly IMtet Ute heavy rid- tajfl Miatta cleatshe4la her i HKkt kMHl atniek se with It toll i44s1etaeiidthe aa I quick jjk ihiajf i 1 rmanD to vard off ai I t 0a snoad Wov she sent the lash k swirMaf ieirm itpoa the tank of her I JHilit1t beuli tIre maddened iLch the r1n8 from out tr 1t Ii sOheaJy draitmi me rrlini fa Mswerlng IbApIrtd ew a kho K moth Jii b n arc igiJIie tttllllfVJh I kt 1I01n1 uuce tW- Ckti ose1 bY deei t aMAIilrL e MgI 1t4fHmtit 1tGWhate de U11ter 1J 1rsre1ikEt aeaUient of mercyL 4a ijiyifceiit asI drew toward ihe fdiay cheek hurn 4 there the 1shb itka thotigb scbrch4 I irtUL W wibti V1aw t1eana 1oC fa 4 iJihore If aek Utl gose rm a pipe I4 Is th lyon grasp iff piiii at ay ferca reseotmeot IrwJia IIr- E r aIet baa4go Craig I cpm Misi hrieay r he 4ine4 her body slightly irom 1U iuartab1a posture but her head reiaalaed bowed mptIJ solj tvyMil g through the Federal tch In order t- oayesisiea trora discovery and eayture we Were compelled to take ye 4a charge It was the fortune of War rlf HowVe could honorably leave yeu here we would post gladly do so- lorhaYlic yeu with up dds vastly to ir iwr danger but thee mountains areply overrom with wandering gaeniUaa who would show you neither jeep c jaer percy We simply dare met aa hoaoraVle mane leave you here unprotected aad HequenU7Jou ir maet comtlmue to ride In our com ur Now mayer me plainly will I ytmjproceed quietly eempelfed to tie you Oo1lhallWGbeI I I knew ihe was am effort she succeeded In steadying 3t heqpvetee suflclent to reply IS Iteftke said rrWme youir and gravely lifted t sayxhaims i ipokeYou aavA savad f ivotsfrrsNew ead afafe yev Me two WOBMS puI iej dewa the sireet who leek ilka sisters Yv aM aataeislnd te leant hat they are n sIher m4ji ijjkttr awl yiireelize that aweaIsJor fcrtyivc ou ht to be WhykatksaEl I e1eakli r sea 7ori tW H rM HII6I s k uasisshaus I tSSI jQulekly Flung Up My Arm te Ward Off a Second how a most unpleasant duty You may ride on sergeant this lad7and I wilt follow as before She scarcely changed her posture aa I spurred forward riding now so theflapmy knee Whatever of evil she may have thought of us I felt that she was aqrry enough now for her hasty action and I forgot the pala that yet stung me and longed without well knowing how to tell her so CHAPTER A Disaster on the Road Tome she was merely a woman whom it had become my duty to pro ect and whatever of chivalrous Joel Ing I may have held toward her was based upon nothing deeper than thist knowledge She had come to us undo sjred and In darkness her form en eloped in a cavalry cloak her face shrouded by the night As to whether she was young or old I had scarce means of knowing saving only that the tone of her voice and the graceful manner of her riding made me confident that she Bad not lost the aglllto f youth But beyond this vague Im pre slon 1t was ihtle more and a hereiasas totally unaware of how she really FeverHerjnet me Who was this Major Brennan Was e fatter brother or husband and was her name Brennan alfiot For ome reason this last fpossibility wiV repngnahtJib Yet I knew noif 1P fOl rhe ag5though 9rt totie sad- ie said J1 easaat yr and alpuglT spoke low we were fto close to4 getter Uj m Voice carried distinctly b ber irs Vyfe aTe beeia sum WbeJ l Southern wdmea b1 have ltieen accustomed t9rInde childhood abe replied rather snortly and 1 was conscious o a re straint la her manner far fronTipieaa fng Yetj I Ventured upon one more effort at eotiviersatioa a Major Brennaxi an omcer oa Sherldans staff f I was not awareand I could not mistake the accent of vindictiveness In her OIcethato Vronerr were obliged to converse ragatnsl their wHJ l u l ask your pardon I am surer J ret iberqr But my questlori was not altogether an idle one have chanced to mee sevefat Genera1herIdas stair and thought possibly Major Brennaa might have bgen 9teltj Dumber Seeing that We nt assoplate for a mel sat ursljy felt If wpuld prQVe pleasanter f9r both of up iif we might discover some Snijtual tie There was no response The road we were following here took a sudden trend downward and we could tell from the sharper ring of the hoofs and the spitting of flinty sparks beneath us that we were among rocks once more Then our horses suddenly splashed Into water and I held them up long eiough to drink I felt thirst strongly myself and slipping out of the saddle filled ray canteen Would you care for a drink asked stemming the stream to reach her side and holding the vessel with In easy grasp of her hand I actually believe her first impulse was to refuse haughtily this proffered civility from an enemy of her country but the deep sense of needcon quered her to accept the offering An other hill followed and then another aad finally we swept swiftly down a Ilongllope densely bordered by trees and with irregular piles of rock up rearing ugly heads on either hand I IIeught a swift glirnpse ofa rough bouse on the right so set back II0g trees that I half doubted its existence whenthere was a sUp the crunching of a stone a long stumble forward that fairly wrenched my band looao from tK IJH Tobe continued e WL in Jt7 7a IuubWS Iiid pcpt L a41 elDr ll i itIiJt jivs vi Qto tile J 1 I k tLxi i fbta the a i L5k1S Ifo ssesMt pr 4Vfert b dra IkOta1 Favorite PrecripHo AddressSeINi aMir Mbdloal AModatioa Dr RvVt Pierce Pass Bufclo NY1 e T ALr win every canaraute oaare yfuanw before you vote for him ithat lie will not favor such an unfair ancl unjust measure as will allow the jnoniea In terests to escape taxation to th uot riment of the real estate bwner Case of CaleB powers i NOT fellow citizens r am going to turn to the present Democratic tam palgn Book for a few minutes liread We denounce tie action of the Republican governor for pits par sanandunjuat acil6ri Mn pardoning the men indicted for I participation in the assassination of William Obebei the governor of our state and we assert flat those pardons were granted for political reasons and not Upon the merits of the crises This quotation is from the Demo cratic platform Governor Wlllson went all over this statethis you know saying that he would not grant a pardon to any man until he had first been convicted toy 12 men and afterward found to hta belief to be Innocent He said with uplifted hand all over Kentucky and pledged his own honor and that of his party to it He has violated It Among the men i that he pardoned In violation of his pledge was Caleb Ppwers The Republicans of the Eleventh district have sent him to congress IJust said I had been in congress all this time and I had never yet made the acquaintance of Speaker Qannon Powers Is another man I have never become acquainted with and furthermore I never will meet him I have seen his picture In the paper and t then I always thrtew the paper away but before high heaven today I do not know Powers when I see him and God knows I dont want to But he has been sent to con gress What Is he doing in congress I never saw him there If I did I didnt know him but you can read the Washington papers about him and I have a copy of the Washington Herald in my hand of date of June 27 1911 and under big headlines here we read Powers Blames White Man For Race Troubles Kentuckian Tells Negrdes to Fight For Their Rights Representative Caleb Powers of Kentucky said last night at a mass meeting of olored peo pie in Ebcnezer M E church to protest against the hanging of Mamie E Lomax that therell be i many wet days and dry ones too before theyll hang Mattie ImaxsIn this city Tumultuous applause greete this sentiment The Ken tucky representative also advocated equal suffrage for women l He Informed his iludlenca that if there Isa race question on the white man Is responsible for It that the negroes should stand toygather and fight for their rightsy Instead of being ashamed of their StGod fellow c4tizens wea heard of this man at EVankfort in bbeforeitics and before his infamy had t reached to other parts of the nation Now we find him sent by the Repub licans of the Eleventh Congressional f district to the capital of the United States there td pursue the same damnable tactics and to incite the negro against the white man in this country Isnt he a shame to his own t family ins good old mother who riled a few months ago I am sure wptild denounce him it she were yetsalive Do you want more of this in Kentt tucky Is this the kind otcattle that you are to help the negro and a few white Republicans in the state ofnKentucky to foist lippn 9ur statetrant that such may not bej the case Who has done ItT X htublitcan governor Who approves Wv A i Republican candidate for girnortCan you have any conHdcn re iii a i man who proniises you qrii tiling andtdoes exactly the contrary do not often take Issue with my friend Jim Garnett about anything The truthof the business Jim Garcnet vould make a good head tij ow picket He is about cleanest and best white man knKeft1ckyl take issue with Jim about complaining that Governor Willson has been out of the state of Kentucky l so much For onel am gfad of Iti and like Ward Headly the only ththsI have to complain about that ho l will come back I am willing to clIp in and pay my part of his salary as governor If he will never cbme back s I have been In Washington all the time until a few days ago and this Is the first speech have attempted to make In this campaign and I haveh not kept up with the newspapers and their comments on the political af talrsas closely as I should nave liked but here is a speech of Judge ORear made at Ellzabctbtown ai4 published In the LouIsville Post HA mentioned the liquor question often during the speech and I have marked every mention of It Here Is a newspaper copy of the speocli You can see it looks like a crazy quilt What did he say upon the subject of liquor But before I get to that part of U down here he says Qnly about 30 per cent of the Democrats cf the state participated in the primary according to the face of the returns while If the padding done in Loulsvl1 and the Big Sandy regions 10 to mention others bq sub not not more than 25 F racted voted ier cent For the sake 01O admit that that la sument let u true r very ourrue but It Is no IartiQlpnte wastIf those who dh he got his nra whlte man He saidI of lila par jnination by 50 per can he was y beIng represented when cent Jomlnated but in that 50 per actsCaleb Powers and men aJnn negroes Jim Garnett talked Bradley undeeV WhoanataUhad to have th 90OOC BtadleYi handtBradleyever butIhiseye Immediately fell upon that whichParaphrased HeadlyyeadSLunto Kingdomj4 A Splendid Ticket utlge Onear in his 1imbeUitown Opening speech said 1 planThdb1 that Vommlttee have been made with an unerring precision rniiyiXinated werejbetter than those rcg islered A wise machine would not choose the weakest men In aClose state t an ul1 that eaS ruru tssi t5 wacmne is a wIse aUKentucKYnot going to stake any issue wltahlm on thkt and I anj prepared toayt- hat that ticket can come nearer be Ing elected than any other ticket hat could be named I longago reacted the conclusion that as betweed and Senator McCrejiry aVthia Noem 1ber1 and when J said soil further said that was ready to go orth aqd false my voice wherever It might do llie ipost good towards Its electioar = NI am here for that pbrposetoday and rbm going everywhere that the hem ocratic campaign donunittee watits me to go i ala for tha ticket be capse every man bn it is air honorable mnJi eicause veryman on It Is Wthatbecausecapable man The best reason I give for being for that MctteV wlttioutr T serve or hesitation Is that they are Democrats and I wjir tell 9u fellpw citizens that there wasniver a time since the oldest of you cimej Into the world that It meant so much as It means now The Democrat have control of the hpuse of represen tallves They are vltbia a few votes uot tlsrati while When that has been done even though the courtly should be If unfortunate enougl W have another Republican preside tWe can pass a woolen schedule ve dab pass a cot ton schedule we can pass a farmers free Implement bit over the veto of aany president they can elect Natlons Eyes IOn KentuckyPo Tell me that national politics should s Enott this county on the seventh of next s month are to elect a representative ewho will either vote for OUle JAmes or for a Republican to go to Washing ton to vote with the interests and against the welfare of the great American people Do you say thatIC national issues should not be discuss ed when nxt year efforts wllfr be pl made to Break Kentucky loose from her former moorings so that she may go Republican in the presidential race The eyes of all the nation are w upon Kentucky From every point Is through this great Union people are all already oh the housetops looking to Kentucky as a southern state look e thngreigns where Equal rights to all and topecialthe watchwordiTbey are looking toisKentucky and to the south where the tIres of freedom have been kept burnUing for 50 years apd they say Kenhtucky do your flutyt we of the north r who have opposed your poUclesInb the past ask you not to come to us of teouf thourselveswe will come to foU They admitinduring all thee years Kentucky nd the south hate beatt right that they have been wrong that by theisallot they have imposed wrongs anddhardships upon K itdckj anti when they did so they iI posed them upon themselves but they say now we aro ready to break the hams had declare p or freedom once aoref and we ask you fo stand firm that they may Join s hands with you aid break down a system of trusts vrich has grown upo under Republican admlnstratlon in this country The Llquor QuestionmJudge ORear in big headlines ays that Kentucijj must cleanse her politics and restoie government to the people God knowalhat is hat we want and It Is ill we ask Restore the goverhipent the people He eed nof prop any contention onthat ptopoisltlon Governor Wlllson with his bayonets and his troops has government prom every countyai Into hlchl he has sent them Restore government to the people thereaIs nobOdy tb taM Issue with him here We all join ORear there toHeand refused for 20 ears to carry that provision into effect as to counties haying a town larger than the fifth lass so as to make It the controlling unit in prohibiting the sale of liquor Now Judge ORear has been driven rom his first standpoint until he comes to say that the constitution ol the state of Kentucky has being vlcr lated until the county unjt bill has been extended to very county In the of Kentucky alike and that any law Is unconstitutional except qnQ which does that Has not Judge ORear written an opinion himself which says that the present law is constitutional judge QRear said that the present law is constitutional but Candidate ORjear says that it fc Itlevunit law I have this td say Ttw ftt vote I ever cast in my Ufo Yfas tn yor of local option and tlo tW ta votohaveI Oils good momentt nut and up to whiskey ale vtnq v one drop oft passed my Mpg rbeer has ever wae running or hen I tfiought I said It swouW Le for governor they tcause I ear at do to elect me be- JUd l gtt 01C frojm a whiskey county sentlir tear voiced some of those can ents himself and the Ropubli 9 party when lit did look like hal chance to b6 nominated said it I causoIJ who are extrentbly dry and are hunt- Ing for the driest candidate you can rguments hetvhlskpy county him itselt Line chary reform should be retormthlsovn f common sense tU he going to male the whole state of Kentucky dry It Is govIKentucky whoeyer he may be to make Kentucky dry unless the most votes favor Iii dry No governor can be governor legislature and the Icourt of appeals at ono and the eamo time Judge Oear where is the constitutionI ORear Inconsistent But a little further down he says about the county bill particularlypreventeiiiitpre9nted 1tllyo means Rinmay bein the Democratic party poi f tcontrolledt There Is 4 fr nk admission upon his part that his own party faired to cawf i kwonthewhich nearly r100 counties have gone drysth s i 1906 thOrehas J the county i ltbel antlde cr Very Serious It Is very serious oitler to ask so tioforptynoni threbe careTalto geVtagenuaiT i 614CKORAUGIITtu Jlver Medicine to nit reutatIon ortt o1te11aas bat blejuedloineVbr constipation inIdzgeston and liver trouble is ly established It doe nbt imitate an other medicines It ia betteJf than others or It would not b that voritallyjef powderwttb a larger upsale taaa all others covnbned IOtDN1 WN P2 oJtowntcnlaw ne- ontjtUtoaal tlocraticythata few more counties left to be made dry h o says that ipartyseelng the effect of the admission perat isown andbettedifrstopping sawcIflav motesIUsht1nexta Republican senator In Greenwoods acanvassj IIiawftJlarxteufeionjofsvebcounty In the state as pRear and ofatcasCrrj ha mvotedtjpromisedflrgoingsincerity Isnt that duplicity I say the that You have In the candidate for now ticon the Republican jjmannothtngbut4ucoicity and he was a stronger cand codateday and in a month from today he ill be many times weaker than he too now He cant fool all the people you l tho while If there Is any one thing on the abarthe countyunit bilL If there Is anyone thing on earth that he is opposed above everything else it Is the sale of liquor Is not that right He against the sale of liquor is ho not Isnt that what he tells you ntil Senator Bradley got hold of im and until JiIcGullougb at Owens oro a distiller was made treasurer the Republican campaign commit e that was his claim but now In e first speech he made ho stated Our party Is not fighting the liquor terests as a business If the business of the liquor Inter sts Is the sale of whiskey and he not thcDwhat Udolnjpnothingl JtTherl j0HereanpeechI 1119nthe Is istherythose aItof of JuhowhadjjhisOtreeIllsaidwIdidntoverbytJudge ORear has done on the wbls mkeymed all over the subject trying to catch everybody but he hasp It fooled Si 1s Wthatthe liquor business because hesesays so and if anyone here contem yoplatesBtthatfbeWhat Ofleara prgan Says t The Louisville Post Is championing tay OReara battle and jt iis the ohan s pion Iv Kentucky of fbool option j The Ppst makes hs admissirnSBoth parties declare Jo passage pf a straight ou the unit bUV and here ycountyof hci Issi e OevasionDemocrats gpx Pfe two the further by taia trifle the opinion flcally Indorsing peals iI V5f the court of ap and fcr rit en by Judge ORear DemoI i Later the Louisville Post Judge ORearri organ says The late is already able to tell what will take pMace f Mr MrCreary Is elected goverho arid McDermott is elected lieutenant governor In our Judgment the tmte will in all probability se turte iby such a result cue tangi blkeirrntho passage of theS elsefIs- 1suecrm11CrsaliJ vn A power that is to be feared is also a pow to be ccurted by these who fear it more than they sfo It Ttlll iith that suggestive thought In his mind says Let us clear away first pomoI confusing and misleading rtate meats bf those who are today openly fighting the battles of the liquor interests In this campaign They charge that statewide pro hlbltion is the Issue That is not t bollrInot be adopted except by an amendment to tho constitution Everybody knows that no fetich amendment Is proposed Nor Is It the Issue whether a man should be allowed to drink if he wants to It is net at issue whether sobriety or tptal absti t nence shall be fonccid on our peo pie as a legal Instead of a moral status f Does that meet the requirements of those wham he expects to leave the Democratic party and vote fo lh because Of his tem ce Continuing he Baysc Cra IewsIWhether prohi1ttUonls thertItprevail are utterly beside the question i talkfliJemocratic party and go4 over to jparty whose leaden Is no dryer tb theJIs all right McCrears Stand luaill ttsLl11 that Pnntor ear7 uf 0 t u e wt many things thatbeavoig u a stand wherever be can jossibiy do DI4nthe compel that convent n to put a cbtfnty Unit plank In its- atfdrzp when perhaps tqe conv j 1- ob did notwant to dait They t1ii cCrqary too01u AJChat Is what thersayhi on1i to live long enough to see Reir and the whpl blind rf them rn thWpdlltlcal toes to tho daisies Ca ORear Is yet tto fid out he lsust as mistaken about it I was He Is very much alive e politicallyd musthMea little country newspaper and read among the death notices that himself was dead He did not Ills friends and relatives around think that he was dead when heI alive and he went down to the wspaper office and showed the noI e to the editor and said I see u stated in the newspaper that I lIyeS1Theon principle we make any mistakes The fellow id You have to correct It be use I am not del1d1 am very uch alive The editor said es thats all true but we late madeIdoI Finally after ithlnkfng It over new thought came to the he said I will telj yotf edltorl n do I can put you among births z Senator Mc- eary may have been dead and he ay have been ducking and dodging is question and that and the oth but I am today putting him on list of births and he Is back here a new McCreary taHng a post n like he never took bsxoro in hIp r e and says that be jis for the unty unit bill andwhen he does me out and says he is he Is = I feel that I have kept you entirety long but I would like to detala a minute or two about thing Jtdge ORear before publican convention had out Bradley ltepnbIIIt is a great privilege received In this manner representatives of 237000 Heads of Kentucky 1i to be in troduced to this audience by my friend the senator whoXln my Judgment Is the Irea test Vlng jKentuckian desjtatI am proud tovsajg here IIs one senator from Kent cQ on whose title there Is nV nand on Whose record thejrej IIs no blot Who Elected Bradley Bradley has been elected lo tho nIted States seaato hasnt he- verybQy dmKs that Who elected ther tU 0 truth In the state men thatt anybody got any money OHM for him Perfectly clean d bU title unspotted He got every agle solitary vote that was cast form out of patriotism and patriot m alqne He was the best man fore job That may have been be use he was the chief attorney in entucky for the Whiskey Trust But dge ORear says it was not Then o did elect him I can tell you the Whiskey Trust did npt Judge Rear has not treated the peopl ght when he tells them that thc hIskey lobby did not elect Bradley falling to tell them who did they did not then the opposing eta eat did and that opposing eemant rmust have been the Womens CJrV L Iwho1 I union ought to b IlV jmperance lves for c uio3tymed of your u eleete4 the fact that ates senaH ey to the United will t9 y And then gopd another thing that you winaJr zen have done You have oed silent these three and a years and you have allowedfour ther men with spotless and untarnished records to be criticised all over his country They were the four Democrats who voted for Brad ley If you good wOmen pot those i four men to vote for Bradley why the name of common sense didnt come out and say so when the world i was saying that those four votes cos 65000 You are working In a good cause as your name iIndicates butt fair to these3byou have not been as fOur people as you should have been when those fellows got bacc home and it took the men of prominence and backbone in at least one com munity to prevent a tarring andI feathering you good ladles should I have come out and said ORear and the Whiskey Trust did not elect Bradley to the United States senate but we did Then the country would have been pacified and perhaps you r population in Danville might be at lEast one mote than It Is Acting the Demagogue Now fellowritlzens talk about a matt going rvor this country acting the lemagor Ofloar went down to Glnsgow ti other claya great to L5baccoItupeecht number of tobacco growers around ihIm ho said There are tobacco rals ers in KentneVv They matte pos slbly 4000000CO pounds of t tbacco The iJtrforenc between 6 icents nnd 12 cents a pound is 2400000p n crjri rto the farmers of Ketrtntfcy and If I am governor ef Kentucky and you have sany 12cent tobacco to sell you fonJt have to takq 6 cents for It If you dont want to That is a wonderful statement He says the llaw Is ample and that law was made by Democrats K Is am isploitthef Laroady 1ofitbackread the speech In whlcbho Is alto g jed to have said It but they tell me that he said he was going tq keep Vthe legislature In Cession for tour 1myears or until they passed a county unit law Do you know what It w Id cost the state of Kentucky to have lsa legislature sit for four years Att 1000 a dayjfor 1500 days t would t amount to 1500 QOOWlicrre In the Iname of common sense is the money r to tome from except out of yjouj pocketS That burden you will batl to pay If be be elected and he cart ried out his threat But If he lsr t innti of halt the intelligence that hI Jgets credit for being dont you know Ithat he can find out in less than tour years whether the legislature Js go ing to pass the billlor not If he- does not knowjiriess time than that a ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT 5tbodaLsIJleutiI a PromoleaDigesfitnflmfulJneSmd OpiuntMorphlne mriaa a INoTNInccrnca 4 1wgPofdfrrtwarzt IId-4kzJre-4frasrI nkaAOInef 1ThrJ Apeffett1lemedyfothinsI IWomnsomuISstusIewrllh 4TacSinmie signature at- 1 exact Cops oJrWi pejr CASTOWAS cMlarti The AlYI8y8oaJlif S7UrOfI jY Use OVer o TThirty4Yeara RIA rII 4 5O Per Cent Better aiI have Used less lhari one bottle pf Cardtd writes Ward of Rushvllle web arid am fifty pet cent better than when t began taking it Before taking Cardul I had suffered with feawlft trouble for eight years My greatest trouble was kcegu montliII buttnow I ant greatly land will rcccpweod Oar my sttffering friends T J45 kkejCARDULIf ai r Se Woiais Ioaic IThe ranfc medicinal herbs of Cardui are ImporkffTyy the manufacturers direct from and areAot 60 bV found in any other medicine The ipgredients are what give Cardut its supo y as a fpiaIe and tonic over any other rjedlcine ttor over ou years caraui has been the favor pte won easyt1 IJt TI= 4 vtgy BUSINESS I tfIN cognizes the importance of ooiuaucting all business deltailj lcphone both local abd i Itis economy In savin illtof time and money Unexbelle telepbcmeseivie can be ha over the lines of the Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph pany Longdistance to all important points intb United Statea rates reasonabe service the best CUMBERLAND TELEPHONJETELEGRA3PH1 COMPANY Inco1ortedi nut getung bade to toe xhasgpw speech he says that the tobacco trust is taking 24000000 dollars every I year frOm the pockets of the tobacco e growers to which tlie tobacco tiiistw Is not entitled or in other words ntheyput of 24000000 a year tIwish toth task Judge ORear this question It has known during tho years sthatleast during the fqur years that he has been undertaking to make the to bacco growers believe tht he wash their friend I ask him the1 question wlfiiethat the tobacco trus was rob fbingtucky out of 2 a year In four years that would amountaudII nearly 100000000 If he has s with law sufficientlyIdly by a jtmpleu to cover Ihe ca eJnnd he has nothing to give these people dorreII What QReariSaw and pid I He saw the father at first aWe to i provide for his wife and children J t t he saw the prjce drop a few Cents j then he saw that dutiful husband find loving father increase his ucrengel the following year and with thlslnl pcreaselfarmer bend aad grpw weak under a task he5 could not perform then hetIt saw the hen taken from school to help the father raise more pounds In j order to offset the still declining price next he aaw the daughter drlv i en by stern necessity from the school to the tobacco patch to give her brothjerprotected tobacco trust next he lawr the mother driven from her bumble home to the fields place her babyInI i the fence comet and take a hoe aow to fight starvation then at the door Ail this and more he saw He pro- Claims front every stump In Kentucky j that he saw these same peoplehalfII fed halfclothedrobbed o UO 000 000 by one of the richest trusts In allI the world that he knew how to pro tect them front this outrage ithat hoi knew how to sab these hundre4 nuj lions of dollars to them that heI knew how to prevent the treat from j ever putting the price of tobacco be t tow 12 cents that he knewhowtto1 put the Impoverished child back toil Hschool that he knew how to send the haggard mother from the field tiIt the hearth stone that ha knew howI td take the palecheeked baby from t t1attbea mother there a promising hoy al once rosycheeked girl go from plenty to poverty that he saw many a little white coffin carried with tender lands followed with swollen eyes to fb cmeterrthework of tHe to uU t t PoiThfats and Kind YoU Rave d In I ForI J CAST wscgTwt sy w tOzude fcelina improved Europe j meclicine lon1ilistance connections f iitaiows now now to uiy DUTln1c All this he has seen and baa not amplei cute IIV If lie were human if he ould put ambition behind him a eV ot sXy tp Kentuckys trust oppressed 2nship that he Imposes trfea em the obligation of making Mm KOveraor then he would show him elf to be a man them the rallk of human kftodness would pour tOrt JIbut as it Jn e Is eltber a kflave and can riqt do hat he says or he Should be placedi beyond the pale of human recogal Ion Hornet Rout Rail Players Iwlong drive for a home run 4QC landed ila a hornets nest broke p a 10lnalng baseball tie In Pr1s0W- oods Roxbproagh Pa The has not yet beenecoered aa sag ly all of the playerSfhad to bi4 laytnoughs in the tenth Inning the jMore stood 4 to 4 when one ot the Rox boroughi players landed on the ball IJIe was scampering Acrossthe ho et late when a ehput from the woods attracted his attentioa and whea the two nines hurrled ever they tonaL their left fielder writhing the ground In agony The ball to sers attempted to rescue their team sate 1 and were Immediately set npoa bx hundreds of angry hornets Unprofitable lnve tmrnt The late Walter S Lpgatrt atNew york corporatIon lawyer itttn hisd estate of abou 250 000 aometw800 shares f worthless minlaSr stacks and It cost over S3bOO la1 ItAvyer and witness fees to establish jtbelr viOut1tle8tflC1a i SabbatHfn HistorY r t Sabbath kcojiri appears iii history soon after the Babel confusion among all the scattered nations aud wheit ilsraell left BBJftft there wOre We fkhbwh rselhods qf Sabbath Vountingf i be ancient Kliijw calendar was the ierr5st npvrcaclli to1 ctcnUflo alnCof of ariy of which we here iayT Jecorfl t t i Kplds Six JobiuMls Rose Motlarlty of Elyria la deputy city treasurer deputy city purrtpr deputy clerK of tfcioj towu jlsQuncll clerk pf the board of jroatrel the director of public see ttcleJkto clerk to the direetortpithZ lie safety Market Fer Gineseg China la offeriaf an ttausualiy fe 7orable market for Amerlcaa gins The flock at KbngkpBc it Idwer