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I S IABL1SH r ANNf I J n fh rw 8EWE8 VOL XXXI Wiii i1f i S COUNTYKENTUCKY SEPTEMBER 30 il9l5 1 f If caIutV Ii psawIL Th GIW4t iINa1A Kh RTt rd1eon d e Jliev The Datilaee4a f Kie tia N- acityIJty v HrlnW ilJni1 rae Rti Mat rt rarta O JEko v o 4 11f ttiittttm freatl MII ro1iNN err UiL iiprtttfcal Tfcir- tetEE vs wikh tk jr were co t aiorious place aad m bldlAtt sitfoa ww to be bteMed Two d4hp tfcajr raited to Maltee frs that a Cuai Ucg ptot for Adam min mart be pberiiettitefowi Adam an bis raN COaId be ruOmiei to D4th farprdUL erftetin ltf M Bfca sec ond fat HMHh EUiMelf fore bar ing w art teat sNdttkr aa JHo Tab uMfiuaiiit moat AeosoaEiate Hill won br Immflttjr ofedlc toy altr autJ dead It Paul HU out that J MM the KedeeflBer didth4 tbttlplaM 21L the tkII aee t God curly esaIt our IM Taklat Hip partaker of fire IXtiae nature a1ikI Inheritor of the grwrteat prwnls Manj1 what jw Ma JMeI fall jtefet the ScttoteeJ KIel rMh that door pa =per eqtle h- S tilt Brttt etlebtr iIMtIw of Bk and trJaia tars M sharer of Uli 1rotHell can we Vferrs aadllntai tda- td4y Ia Ii 1llr I tite kmiu of a b dlye4lr udar tutr Oktarcb foreordained of Gift Wgat W cotoptatd tested portal glaidd ia the First Jtewrreo ttaKMd tfcM laaaearate witty Ues aiaa u ttie H aT nly Kiafiwn- jlaajr pet itches Weag prevail because of t later t fc take tfce Scriptural prop i lsetkeotytup faP RldWng our minds tale r hflJcaltia Sfois Students ndw dfceet MtaafekV Kingdom near at tetrad Alcf sits more and morerenllzII tafc ttlftft IjKfCfiMMBt terrible war Is the1 J tnpulnjtlaet3ee ef troubles which b iriH wttd up lliefxJitfug order o tlltltle h4tsaalRwtetbo 1trw Dispen- tstip Kaia4abi Klagdom- Atttemth k will fee v spiritual King tied tto Jt a ae tB Sfttaas kingdom at the preMvf ttoe awl the fathers KJoctMa i Vktble to menpevertbe e teie fc irlti be a real Kingdom erercis jBf iow r awl authority More com pipe than any earthly kingdo c U because mot hJkndtcnpped byshu bra BBttatfew and qoa litlbns MoreI war the Blbte indicates that the Alt dpIt Worthies of lid Jewish line will ti twMtrtcted so jterfectloa and In an i ret y jNr will tecotse visible repI TM ht to saes of the glorified Irpte t4ChrMt1ad iiadl3pdpf I PUT IfAfi eaopwked this thoaght t AbrpIt tem In tflteKtajfieotkit Himself He declared Yet tt lUtrAwuIl nnU the wrftiasceth Ale J m er ifolm 141U STif will see Jitp4 boowerer fHlthe reuse that eyed taallj cit ba tes gf urdcriaucga ayttli hKweintloi J1 nabaUkai Ja4l Mciahr pqrgdorn Cepun alaMTtfe sttdont l hutthat nc eoedAj to the prophecies Mvttsfah Xla began lu ISiS They claim been1witspeettug ef use wheat the sJlpanitluj jut the tartc rtc Bererihclf slf liar had a rwrMrWwd Inflncitce ttlar lu that dur 4nk this tone GoJ lim been bowing mankind Invaluable uwbanlcal and- cbeultcal secrets whtcti undotrbtedl ly wiHilKJiMiei In tin lionr future wliiu tbeM r kuk llhgtn n shuli pare beets ftiDy 1etttratedat the tvJoat of the beslniI1ngdiatidirt olut rio the w ondcrfut reform 6 alui tfctf der of teteapcrance The ne Jtttfui whvp of iirohlhltjon which awed roluutarlly fjver many of tew beenf Kappietucnied by U furelgnWeadeh r rs these Ihieahowever We must expect more pr lees of reaction especially IPt4case of so sudden va tprn as the war f brpafht upon Enro peae Meed evidence Is nut wanting that the first fervor if E11JirXri OArt t encerIn Am- ericaIb ut ft4 a whole the t wirW M tuyvtagonwanl The move area irMtlueiiwlettttt otber Dar otle ateo Utixte to tseai Jtu direction as deft jiiliiBi t be4si given respectmg wJtJaiIetol1LDentaDdr Kingdospeople coOAt to IHer in charactep prvpaVattoo that Ne War be found wsfthy f piace iii that Kingdom evidencesN YUt iac Betiwietc sil1Fi o Wta OK Ateiai ThursJa 14 c 411w4tttitdg vlld 10Itnet ftnyhd moues trap At tltJttbttj fJd hhl mteq wont MderfttMMt joic x t tY how o eater as ty base be es used t the old atyr DiWITTS CARBOLIZEO WITCH KAZEL 8ALV trot PEot Burts tlotroc r J i i TiJE VEIVS=LEADERf t t f 1 i F p i J j ir UIIi if t IW PRJHGFIEIOWASHINGTON Mu fgoltaetySharpY The marriage of Missy Roe MtMBtgomery to Air John pinoVi say harp was solemuized at the ridjs borne on New Broadway ffvte Rev v P Terrell pastor of the Second Presbyterian church of Lebanon assisted by Rev Henry Hudson of yharpburg pronqaDcibg the ceremony Tho matrotis of honor were Mrs W fl Orawford of gar ati and Mr ii Hfnry Hudson of Sharps Qlli KndMr Roy B Montgom thde brother of the bride was best man The brides maids were Misses Elizabeth McElroy of OrivlD ton and Miss L B Sharp St Sharpsburg Little Miss Lil flan Jackson and Master Oliver Kelly Jr were the ribbon bear dDUgbterlot friends ltereSbortly following tone ceremony Mland Mrs Sharp left on their bridal trioi after which they will reside at DaUas Texas Mr Sharp i n is 1 business Lpbanoh F alt o n Our Fire Waste Everyy ear there is burned iin ibis country perfectly good property worth 3 for every ih habitant Thatsays the Phfl adjflpbia Ledger is pure uta1loy ted waster Our fire losses are more thari tesix timeias great as they are iin Europe and twenty five times as klofAuiPeoAlec0uld y hartsfr use Fires cost us more every day 1lnavyup enough property to pay years interest on the cost of the Panama Oaiial matax to pav interest o theWfaoT o f Government dtbt is only 25 ctsf attJp1n atd1 tai le flies t 1Poeedh Nationas youth Keepddwn the fire losses to Enropes ever and with the mon ey javed we might build seventeen of the estbatti s Piparaltztneerheavily then mot of our necessities Mbt ow On fold Train JAlready Capdidata Mbriow the head of the Republican stateUckA feels it necessary to correct and explain reckless staiements he has made In his opening campaign speech He will have to revise bis speech in mote respects than one It was mde uPiof jlldigested statement upon alleged facts obtained for him by not alto gather reputable agents says the Qwenstoro Messenger The Republican capaign iin Kentucky is not tarting off on the right toot Two months ago the Republicans were fall of enthusiasm and ginger Elatedt over the success of their stake convention and the elimination ti of all serlouseontest for nomi nitions they anticipated a big split among the Democrats over the wet and dry jsVue and were exceedinglyhbpefuloftuc CPSS Bet the state primary tesult ed in no such anticipated disas ter T6r the Democrats The dry were so completely srd ed v under they could cnly take their defeaE in godd nature There was nbfc the slighst sign caodidates r deflated candidates came in stanVy to the support of the ticket Vo cheerily that not a single cloud remain d uPon the Democratic horizon Mr Morrow therefore start eJ oif his campaign under most lIbIi keynotes ech did not ma6e a thit It was Ii decided disaP fointment It had no ginger iin r It contain d serious mis statements but was really most disappointing because it w d upon trivialities lChiefJbas publicans are already doomed to disappointment iin thavery atmospBerethat the Demo cratic aacketcili win Wha- ever blunders sdane Democrats have made or may make what ever shorlconOngs the present state administration n may be really chargeable with the ei- t thee democratic state ticket in Ken tucky this year The crises oar country is in is due to the European war tire great ad Ujira tioi the people have for Presi dept Wilson and their deermi sustainee d by an expression of confidence at the polls in Novembqir will absolutely assure a Democratic victory Mr Morrow is on a very cold trail yi A Wise SuggestionJ Jj stlltown and our State are beginning I to take up theirdutiesln schoo it would bQ a ttloughtTul flit n K and eminently appropriate for entploylttlie Dfa rte to the assembled stl denis the o etc ot the Athentan youth is a folloWs r r Ve will neybf bring disgrace to this citv ibalt acbof dishon esty or cowaitfice nor ever de sert our suffering comraaes her Jks We will tight for t Iiidealsi and sacred things of t city Both alone nd with many j we will reveraand obev the city laws and do our best tto incite af like respect and reverence those above us whpare prone annulor to set them at uaui h We villstrjv 1 unceasingly qa1C13entl ae public sense of civic daty Thustq all theie ways we will transmit this city not only less but greater better a ndimore i eautiful than itjwaatrans fItI andIl great ro achievements to cUp this outt and pasteit in a book he or she most frequently uses Tits Athenian youtl became a great man Helt bebame a factor inthe affairs olI hiscountry He became a pow er among the Jeainod men of time It was due probably y tjthe fact that he adhered lo Jhi oath made in it to be oomr A Hog Swind j ecentlyaJrmJnappeared asfarm bought fougi for I 1ahtedtllat waitett the far red crate t traiti hen t iIlicheck was re i turned ekedt No Funds The hog arise went to the t to immedlateJYI tbsatkI t ie man who si the the c was a stranger H e found further HqwEve at tae piys had arrived there andh bad been sold at sure fur i50 byI ftoff I havi teariiobdI2 year old grade Pollangus Bull J site Will sell cbeaprTJ Miller From An Old Veteran 19eEditor NewsDeader li bile h aways ofrphicamjiuaa of Its two days of blood of its rout of part of the PoIhistGhatItllanoi tight youngj strong and green as to the horrors of war put 1came out as men of of experie1icej i We lived a life time In those fcvo l bdvLqbI gtrJlef3obertnoudhts ran in a neW phinnetlll bdldearI tnSeemiloublet It0I iis ours Jifew left to tell tbe story bGereiowill be non left to tell tJii iIStory Historians may attempt tit1but none can tell it jjliei sabe Spdier bov There was a nieet iin lot the prisoners of war iew herelast week they all hadivsa4 story tV tell one off toem sale taledbISown eetL yi Dr said it was useless to amputate hs feet as it was deathtaafew hours but tbe brave bpy bon j rowed a jack knife arid scrajjped the dead flesh off and cut the leaders sari the feet dropped coff without pain the boy was tesy gotISa his story llast week n short as I maym iawill not be the soidljIL boy I Sad several of t e and I have many with elbOthem I came p reunionrwlLfiI r00childreu arcl grandchildren JThis iis a grand lId State but IslovelCenauclry oast Tt is cOld soonehit tne road for home i M V Crouch jf i Lows Here Boys It has been m staled Disttnce enchantment nd t ooks well prom the m Perhaps you do not thorns andf tnrestles but thev grow m tthe city thicker tbanon the farm Home disci plies may be hard tb bear but in it are gems all successes Parents are midway in the tern trple of life and certainly must know more than those standing c on the threshold It is always S cIC a l to buy of 7 t V xvr r rvr I H 4 r i tfrwill give to chP of a aSet Noff the fiBwt fJp F Pony contest will be given to ol each range t I t IdomI pot be p emitted to control all ihiogsa vant ome but lease re membe b jre seeKing the large Iiberty4 pfMiyeVcity that you eats l there You maY tEeasfore clothes but you must berthat servant of all Lib erty and ease are the fruit of tothrvh o that knows more i t jeconoiny and purity Brown bandar cleari toneues and hearts rarein + at detnand in tha city A country io fer becomes a titty jlorcityearth ke one ver bretilstl the f Ittthetr80q1rol1lJ 1ecolIf141lyou begin 4o otfaufrfryoui smiUhglyl sruB npfeo the inevitable auoAr1fe eich niucb rkUie than how littee god york you can dot youtwill boon the lie promotion and in any tine drayisstt r eCrlet d1 rises ah a btUr pang anfl sharp thornftlat ill pierce y Qu but Vif yoa i gr pplewitb ha yottao f even aviomthe gr tloil if V ii The Lakw Of1M ea f yhsn a yehioles overtaken by drfySP of which ilodre to pass the tl t QPonbeinghall bear io the right and the iver ot the latter to the Jeff iif thes Ilatter shall have passed driver failing to do this ltbe flUf d tent 10 dollars ecilon 61 State road law sseoiooof the road tats ma invoked agiinst drivers who agine that making way for tbellbar of the fasie vehicle Dlll drawn vehicle a eapeciaily driverS of utility wagons heavy r and light who decline to re spond to the signals qf aUto m9bi fists who would pass them JJofJJ bilistjj to try to driv ftroncd a vehicle which stubbornly holds the middle of the road in eflance signals causedbY Many occident atel such tempts Drivers w FrlMlrtr Tin imrriiiTil tiJ + kV Our buyer has ljust retwaedf tierj rktt1B- J I stocK is noiccoin fete l r 5 b 1 I lfe Lai it t rrs I o n t l dr litt v ttl t1 o f Ilto ere r c i ay cY4IbYjrw 7 ii m U Wail Pa r Jf traailratratrrtLs of automobile wb p f are lefitd by drivHrs wbo to inconvenience 4thn Qlyi by bearing to tits riR tit lo 1101- qbe frastr vehiciatp pttehoQld ascertain hen mes 0fOt derg ind have thim prosacujted forrI violation of Uerp 4JwJ Such lawlessness IsqqUe tontnon u pto oflj 19P reased f Sri 1td i fanviI Jl w vlrib3 kstncock hag itfuilt aj fort his j atf rmOllp V Film BillaVd mptoredr tto Botand ipJe BillcTwa Satqr daT on bIB bicyclei j 6uCRY repainted to try to lIIake- t look but at a Tribe Moseley says do wba i t Q t 1t 1t1 SE ONI THE LOOKOUt t o olr ex rt re wiU r ca h 4 ou i 1 Vto f y i l I f Thu II Etarn Il i t l i J k I i J r yswr 4f The thatt7reatesth ewer J produced HE THE RANGE WITJIHIMta sinf I jany is not deatfdumb and blind p As j inducement duringthe week OCTbSBR 4th T0 9th == IncIu3ivewe purchaser t KMTJ coupons purchasers EDELEN BkRBER1m cintrolnotlng heI dayvifelliiow theremahy diretoI anohentvehicleihe m tbttbOIbo at Weare Stiowin Ladies 1 Town Blankets CUNNINGHAM DtMffiM ttL n s4ffAta1t pr1trnot AdQOCateHo pterlpokiQlr patQIir AtSPekhaahadJ1io likoineWone rattesIf i reientative whq r a I E it WILL BRING interest housekejepferwhp special RANGE ETERNAL B i 1 thaJ ee klxJ J rile lb WIMM wW ItlMudoct orrT ikxal s a titlaoi 0Kjs T r ti t li tier r7F a tfltis awIL 4 cord oo ahC i OQ iefAli1 rlittitlorT1e t tb ram tin j t ret a WMai- aJtahl r iio V Sfc srttt 11ari lI1Rosy tfpfctv ShUuw belr 4 XHM ictrapy tom Kii ir Vfninf n f ifi niiii o TfcBonDo M lijMitoJ Vr fMartd M tprM 0ii fttid Pt k Ikv r ftiHvijWI IPQ CJ cro htrot as railhead dM Uft E llTia rot d toray ji ToUMowity itzier totiw nou eTowd teckomipu J RZ 4 r Ii ifl H 1 tis r XfAMM Il j MO MMaookaMp lii iMW MWtfttl oM M0 irf ilk irlifr to wdda oadO NMI i p to e s wpiIisbs 4ft t tlr1iafittr wr wPib i9 llillljlr is a lstww 0 b psr eeT1sa tilt tr ktrn Uotatiola was genual it as eat ftooial gaih rtDK at her kbBM oa the rtye 8srw road last Monday 1 oigtoi ttto tavitftd unit those tit frtfoda i he liked Ell Bellwao r aold ar deossegrtiaaed t tsISSE atthe b acksalt xiwu one oX lbeL lik f cilla d ink uf litter is to a d4let aieu6 wefciue- 5F r fADfnLIl NeCPIELKY Y rJT111 lv tU Ipu- adI Pubxrs Jt7 10et ass M aekar- a tpl t tic Tmt f r rf wr t 5I 1 i4 JWI iirniorr t SCEaj ILX iOCU I AJeltwrt r gArLETTJt JJJ t t A i 1 L G 1E cii C Ji jxr ii t COOPASTER i 1ii iiJt tf PW aDea11 rTi I PlWf Jr XUNOK- s it glirT hnt PpWie Iatrttctr f7 Y Q iii wet 1 I 1 PC r surer ot Agrie siior jt fL 3ElIMMairR1or- tJPX- r pR u Liveflf 1IKJUA- tt rrI Prr Cirta4t Jej1i LiL TlslUlt y1 t Prti wiiia Wts tM1Yi rt GIII IJ t f iiaiWit Jrkt iJI f tr rr t I i Tililrwe Lore1 ErJ HIk Jw 9lp ep Miof b4e fiftieth iII b1i 4iiiJi Wf WJrrjj1ofWMlia a M- cj laM is t rIsinsrcenr ber 1fl wbtr W wff children i4 Mjoileer L bd ptaing to- dovIw tcbool fo deir liss iTTTh lllrasridr air 1asPbef kr Tth 6 i forir v Chiirs as or vir a t tlitil trian ebrrch altJan- 14krtn tyi firiuaicrsbtlsie a zefdf JItt n111 + r Oo hiir ryStv ior- I t J fl n wia carried oo by 1rr o frost Tint ijt SseQlnary All 61 tbman IMI liwlrwork Jives One i Rev 31t Cb sea WI x anteii i v i i e A olb r Dr Edward f jl yilr diesd last yearaftera alMl IU aInlytry t rJ anKn1 lmoteti after thi kJssietbltat my boiler being dead fifW Nr bo Behold broken up J jtcwMttto Mr CelJKHinV lto fcoard IIUtaociated with r te wihad the alpa81 e Jer OOIIIieC itfttO afttt thh4ktf s dfet e1 L Frii i11tb1 sra WaCIi 5r 1fit ru aotther tote 1f Btl wa Je int- w tI W i nort atlel j ehsiviwr1riuode fri 1r asy tb- y rrt draWs the iisai2 801 cstn Isfiilo arablei Sot f ibis aoiebtiit titat i noicate- t s slrea aIlty bat tbtwhkiI r tl troin a jtisstdatp verlef1IMp what woai I EMjf on his It wAs her ni and asy the kin d Aftr l i kf bard ssr7 iaa wthe OOuAtry t t4C horse wshcoid lQ n 11i 1 wfnt too to vldtil i jlfett kilacdadeiti i t l o4tea tsarsl rait j mothers4it i l fife 1r1 l r acJitt a Rrovw26 1 la our ae oc t lionic = J fl jilitr it we ever hi a falling fi arhto Stt ttfcld kfr pop arltVtthoyihjtr r- iTft Ibsda reward of hr t Jlrsh dipokitiow Aaao4 lbe 4swwrrra6t or yoirthwirkll- srnirriek withs ej yed garlrariasio t wmdTrseis tC 4 Ucoitf MOoYl ittjfcwDit mad See ktbothDOW Ii jlaavsii f Wt ur obpyaatom lar this i4 iiiliiiiiitJ ot aa in sMuoltiiitIrbst i ta elwt Kto J o witbout oot impalelast t olba slog the0 1aab t r r7 QI 01dmes i EtSKek I Jr k h41 Fffr t tMW84If s tGas WUtipgitJl soli 1 It PUBLIC SEE8 HARM i OTK 12 Raving decided to quit farming I wiU oa Thursday October 21 5e11 to the highest andfccstTjidder the farm known as th Henry Gardner farm one mile north of Loretto on the Loretio and St Rose turnpike Said Farm Contain 1 75 AcresIs well wateredd Well fenoed wlUwoVen wise and has orr it a nici wostoryfrbme house with seven rooms and p uv exten lmibat away around same anew smoke house a nottnhntiio a new hen house and a large stock barn iAletox good well In the yard Plenty of fruit trees peaches appiesfipeara and grepes PeentY of locust rriulberry find cedar post About 100 acres ofthia farm is in grass id acres fIrjigotfd timber and balance in cultivation This farai is smooth enough to run any kind of machinery over and nlifawast acre eta the farm About 100 acres is laitable toihe growing tobacco Ja close to church and school onK F D arid in sight of Loretto Academy Said farm will be offered In two tracts first 76 acres ou the north end on which there isa small tenant house and tkeuasawhole and sold the way It brings the most money PEESONAL PaPRTYOne farnv and family mare riot afraid of anything iiyear old i farm mare in foal by jack130 years old 1 coming two year old coach filly a good one d 6year old mule 1 5yearold mule one wearliog IIi1re mul lll sucklhj mare mule l 2year oldiiorse mule I weaning borsemple 1Q extra tcod gridee red milk cows 13erseyj cow food one win beyfresh in November yas JlDg Seeri 2 vea re1dg boilers 2weanling criavd3 dstacks sit oats st4ikit of timothy hay one 2borse wagon b Wftluggyj also sell barn bill of lumber consisting qf 17000 feet 7 i J TERMSOn lead onetbird cash balance one two andtbxeb yearsf On porsense pro stir an uma otllOf and under casboverthat amoupt 12 months dinei with bankable o vbearingl6 per 66nt Interest from date Tenn to be complied with before proper tV iisremovedy l J SMITH Loreftoa wS1lile etclifhtfui to naipgle gin witb efrkifldU of bldaddrena w wiifyouth byijijcajHBf be past Some ive tlpbore whfife beywillg to Welcome the rest til m whAn wij M are called Varied peve Llie- ethe experiences of the years in terveniiig byitthose who Poo can testify that Sue Calhouo Blroy has been + model Wife model daughter pd a friend nd era has m 1yto Iook up n the sues rind didjbters she hs rtireagad the places they oC thlero l1ttrialstbut they only served burnish ihe pure gold QfberI character and made it to Rhine witbjgreater brilliancy Intake this occasion toptfertbis tribute of love and esteem tomy life bnx friicri Her children I rise up audeall her blessed her ff httsbaBdalpj and be pralseth her Tactors the theorytha t tributes ofWoveare mr appX- rltlte In lifeabThn iafaar b eaifis deaf in death AFTER THE PjChTY The anntversstryparty was a perfect success not witbstaricliog r ictiBwTbat tnQlemept weather The house was beautifully deck ed with flowers and fernsygold eared ling con Pfcooos r bride and groom with their s and daughters graciously re tctot make everyone feet at ease and happy Delfcipus refreshments were served by the grandchildren Old friends met slid enjoyed the reunion Many beautiful and useful praseo t8 were Rives It was beautiful to see this couple surTPunded by chidreh ud grandchildren and frjtnas alt manifesting their love in every actjon I am snare X express the sentiments of everyone present benI saYG hsa 1Viilltlx T and isr 0 McElroy s May their declinidg years be Psac ful stud hppysis the llose DI devotion of their children And when thia limes f1f r may they eQteroDebf the jnansjons ah SaVior preparecl fpr them t Jt B J ForetYiew Mrs A P hrloan very ill 101 Sorne time Ire glad lo report iisc able 4 Ux b oat again i s MrndiMr Fletcher Cay rico ararlJolc1nf Dyer the arjriyal adabghter Daoy vjia Oo has purchased 7 rlo- v t Osbprnes farm on Shepards Bon Pricepald uokhpwn Several from this jilace attended Court day in ISpringfield jflrfMonday VzeaI j 1jra spenflingn t w ek whit his mother wMi3sesi Nell Prtidle sia4Clei pal a oithesieekin hbanOn rt Mr ftobert p boro CJef fri tTxisVPt Idav after Is4veuli weeks rwita his pareriis IIMost of the1 ifarraers lIre hanitlaaObiiCCt c4ncr e 4best lr Mr and Mrs Bernard Smith spenlMondaywit Mr and Mrs IrnG HamiltonJ t Mrs M JE fand Miss Prudie Carrico spent Saturd4Ywith ret atives near Springfield Mr S W Bishop and wife were in piir midst Sunday j atoJJ lose Sunday afternoon be ning at three oclock Wiliibufg v I Miss Mabel Hughes spent Si day with hencousin Miss S Shewmaker bhel been in for the past tear nsvisiting here Mr said ltifrdoba Wilson Valley Hiilattended the funerall pf Mr Eugene CPlyin Tbursd a kMr Laura Coulter will have her opening of fan hats We does day Sept 20 Mr Clen Herdin and family wlio have been making th i home iin co ado for the past three indintbs have return home MjMontgomeJ ry died last Thursday death was due tQ consUmPtion r fll11 Inrllalas Predict f HirdWinteJ eOldtime Indians in Oklahoma say every sign indicates the ap sconces of a long dwiat They say that squirrels already have begun storing upp OUtbe bark dn trees isi thicker than Geasen twethe alreeei d started anti that a dozen orb- aigus feT WqICba cotdinJto tPy goofto feverewiiiterIt the fall blood CUerokee in the SpavlnaTV country are makidtr unusual 41 J = tii iT the Bssuinsss 1 JMti of Springfield Whena good salesman goe aoutafteybusinesss lie first and eet his shoes shinedi T be Looks Ponaclean cells madeaLikewte hcomnunary go after mored It The cleeget rtcollar and atdny shoesof thie town are the Upa1nted btortheJaomesthe fresh deanlookingba dings The bright cite try parthaintplaya in building ucoca prlde cannot be put in fiJUroasbti its good ffeets are recorded the locaxwfdianti iwlet sheets Buy good paint WeTecommeadiindBeii E Leadre lDee1 rPdaterTriaal Mi5 jteWl 6fL Wedq ewpfnothmgelae oztisfacry so last XiIirrpitwiihus od the Jon w vrc Wfien all pth r yams necdsaaries as wen Get i Hairdon 4b JSobertson preparations for winter Fur the Swtrtipe in years they have storedup a surplus of food and j fuelI and they are advising their t whiebrethren to do likewise Womans National Weekly i1 WOBKIN tfr SCIENTIFIC MANNER + PUithoritlML of Pares Raise Their dwrt Flowers and Trees for Beautify v4 Ina the City r ofithee which beautify the streets ini boulevardB of Paris are under the fefartinent of toe Seine In which Paris k sltuatei A special aadmlnlstr tlvo iepeCrtmenl of the prtfectnre known tiethe Direction administrative dos lervtceJ darchitecture et des promo asides et plantations is In Charge pf this a city like ft assum very large proportions Jror Instance on January 1912 thjKotal number of trees onw titre boulevards and squares of JthO 3Sjt 6e the total number of to tarougtiont the year no ig ftansplanting watering andI theift was estimated at G00000f treesI an average 1100 to 1200 ncWf are planted every year to replace IOn wlilch have died been over t bpi carls automobllco etc or have een removed for other reasons iHk The cltyo arts has large and vaI nod plantations just outside the forti llcatlona where flowers exotic shrubs tand trees are raised One hundred arid Irtcen hothouses for plants exotic ba and flowers are heated frpui o heating plant distributing hot a jjMgh a nine and onehall offnot as the head gar PR piastre uya system Is tar more Mostly tt arate installations for each gro hothouses but in thus arranged to 1avoid uaighttrI the artiB lo effect of tha grounds resortedad shoW place edkeeping Flowers With Sugar FlorlstsExchanget1voAgrlj culture at Rennes Trance have made sole prolonging I 01Id them fresh but was positively In JurldUB to lilies and sweet peas hastened the opening of roses an tulipsdaisiesExperiments were made with setae etherglycerlnalco azltaereach of which served to lengthen the life of various flowers Some of the flowers kept in sugar anfi water live four times as long as thAT ordlnarJ would The sugar does sot have an exactly equal effect on the different flcTcrs likeYo better In a solution of from eight t ten per cent J rIr 1GreatAfke Not you aint going to workj ghaughtyu pleasure Of getUil one o these taSk- masters rla line where I kin say wh I like to him an then trcfilgn i Looking for a Hotel In Parts rrlcndltpokffe tlrst trip abroad After he reached London unexpected business took him to Paris Upon his return he was telJIing t experiencesI a noiPartsl ofParisbe a picture of one of the big botch anyhow Sure enough r found a postt atonebuilIng d tHotelt Thatll do for me I says to my lmbsIntothe drfver Do YoU know where he took met dtJg Pedal Exertions Dont you sometimes long for the simple hpme that you lived in before you could afford this palace I should say sol replledMrCuma rox In those days my wifevas sat l poreandIve got l ln to tango 0 JIIw I Ill tt I GRAND PRIZES GIVEN nRa 1 I N 0 U R BIG I LADIES VOTING CONTSTI I beginning September 25 I will inaugurate a grind Ladies Y lI xotesMayy2 I IIWhOWiIrBe The ducky Yt dieJEt as a CantcstantIt 1 23000 Is the value of the three Capi ttal Prizes useful and ser viceable andsomething every woman will be proud of Call at my I store and talk with us about this t asalcontest1Ult young being ii r ir my of Bitw pe and the A the the the itt + I i stonersd ttaIearthtmore craved and yet really nothing more practldwhat are called precious stones the allIageatheyrom a mystery which has not been fatbojned by scientists who have de voted much time to attempts at solo asVEng land have actually produced of the diamond by treatment of carbon to intense heat and its subjection to immense press sure The Side Isterrlblet j fortunate than some people How Is that tellIIngA Slow Pupil 8 many a lIp betwixt cup and the you know sYea Ivo that quotation bo t byhethlJjatflclency fEVERHEARTfrE To flioin are y a The veryt cJ1a1 joj 1ABattle The police at work on the t sasoJ JT t y rushedtoYf the jOurjf Our claims ha a3vlIriving very slowlyi i fi fatheri Good morning judge 3f fGentlemen of the jury Our welWcnowji society leader rra i RUlES OF JHECONTlST V t v i i 1 Any woman or lady 16 years oldorl vvl over u resident of Washington or adjoining counj rnames2r Vot s Will given on cash sales and accdunta coliected Acouppn representing one vote wilMbe given for eycry cent paid on above transacffons thisfirmenter ap acontestant V willbe only no tnrut5 Thefinal count of ballots will made May 15 1916 by three disinterested parties residents of Washington cari ty No member of this firm any contestant present at the count ihe selection oftie jJudgsg ta be made by a majority vote of the contestants I tlElfst T tl 01 t 6ae lm S ODd Prize Irhid II1 II- Oven Y1MW19A I 7 r VOTE FOR YOU WiiENMA t WtHERE i ith everycash purchase stock Hardware Stores 1Tool btt 1 pleme optpaidm t I pur 2 F After WrIting contestanJs name on coapot it aM asealed bxancnoonewill know howthe contestants hand until c t AOvKIMBAOL1 l I fMHowevertluev I I RUBBER FIRST GRADE TIRES g y 5TmssSECOND GRADE 8 QR lh I II lns minute particles certain Brighter There lip heard Writingr illfated steamer dThe BCbrretlYetCCa11 are i chauffeur be pr t RJELICOF1 st AIL k srr s i ILivefSto k 1RDmiIggzz I talls h id and Kil 4rFuuhlliture t ZtJJ1Border of the United States Court for the WMn ieiid vK matteraf R H Edelen in Bankruptcy tiuKif 3 wiad Trstes eI bankrupts estate about the honr of 10 ann v + r i Thursday October 7i r on the farm of the bankrupt known as the 1cE1ry 5rni sfwdedrnrl county on the Perryville pike about 212in18 rof pniiffieM f4r t est bidder the stock i it 1 7 i 1 Cattle Horses Mules 7 cows and calves iA milch cows 1 black cow and large calf II 2year old heiress 6 one year ols heifers i4 steers 2 bulls if10 coming li year cell m ltY yearling mules yTroules iV19 broodmares Jlryeurling filly 2 two ear did fillies r 1 atallipni 8horatJ9J 1 jennet Irod ft5k I2 year old jack 1r j17year old lackr18 hogs 16sma llthoats4a sows and 17 pigs 1 i T Farming imeM tJ disc 2 qldrdrills fi i 11motvmgitiloehioeJ I i L f sbjd mowing machines i v 1careka tltonecrusher 1 illlloQ4Qhio feed ceftRrBr bloycer Ji J Smtoresc m sbeepldippfhgflutfii l- One borne spring vvngoni v gristmill j tInternational 8hbrse power sgasolir n engine 1 rYt 4 t I i t I ii f i from ts UleI tba Ky followine Hue t 2inte U7 fr iSNJHld 1 iarKt 1Ti tiIts 3s s t I Prl atesciiniiatgirs Iy II atIrItJ ut gtlilesalltaa11ftf VOMW tois t Pat of room 1tztit lt eoaauI f t et cMtolrStl p M t rugInd is te std =1110 JJrttee range e klleiiiet ST JTbw n coal oil tlttiWtli 1liut a tt 11i1fS = ttl i l s wllti9rQ I ii adfu jjctto rojbctunj by the lft staountt does fiof fJg oat tsvo btrs b PJrrciseai value of thoritdok ij It l J3N r I IJ N fj tt Iustee ofiR H Ed LUH SERD 01 Tf1E GROO ND3r i rkr rri J It J uyii V i r RC BRWNAGZNtFO J trCel jjr n1Wi- a dGiowi t4Ikispecis1ty- t 8oucflr JOV ftmwMOsE R + 2kL 1i- JTflLA JY j J J C lUDgIlii hrfssir k fd 0 tiDE t 1 P IiD- ENTIST Y f OfkIlIHt4MkBArhira kT ab1 NJ iL I Il sr tsL 7 j HAMILTON IIstGlftuXy f oJt710 to IIOAMr l a p T 1RtWKYTT r J tje1d 84ate ik OAe Mr iOO a M iu45pm Jr l fttRIG BV ATTORNEY At LAW I ca VKY sk in 2WJL i 2fWJiEN t piiitfiKHI 1afaD M Mfftie M 0 rRAiehlJ I ID lf3lalf3 pw t u I X Pi MdIhU rsooLeied Jam1 Ia r 4vt sorspondene c kI worms Its upedodty- bo MM cW T Ms 1tqJitm goW At i L L I6s box OChylt tuIIIt 0BCMtOB Lai iiberryP1atsh 4frIIRT lIDSIADE TIEES i4 or Int otn of the t pt Ji + aisatlNarlhtato- t j FirW CmM ff9 No Agents r iI F iIUitiqor I Sons 1841 TAxibc y 101c j i = Hehy ckck1Wiy tunlS GJJ9ft xr tmttlc kcp aid aoca are kept M prscV 1MUabt nu tRdir ar IWJI l lftIlllrArTbe k rellancttorT i n lilt SJ C r If abi ga half ofrottrfuelts tov Coles tMaXUtriia Mat the I Tliiiiptcyburne4 b7bp Colpi Fuel et Pits iiH mfthe w t r r r J iWn W ii WW I Lsc1ftsppenIrisI oT Interes TOWNI The Frtchest and Latent I SSd iDsuraJcethatphone or mite JR C Brown Q jj Brady Springfieldl r r 3 ba s or sale Jong yearling oan Shortborn bull dr For SaleA finephpenlx Palm Margaret Deters i n iRiTwo rocms suita ibre Qtfliglit housekeeping J Mv BOSWELL d r6r SalenDime for fertilizing IT per tbiiat the Kiln any time n rSptember 15 fjIO iB1iV Lawrence f tIjan1tlgIfor sale at WK Marks Sops Cull and se sample V OLe Brady Springfield r nativeitTtI P Kidwell Springfield Ky r2 has for sale 6 high grade heifers duetq calved in Mty- LostMonday Sept 2t a ladies black ysiuI Martins IIOrder pro tbpI a dinner the building opposite McQlure Mayes this evening from 4 to- OPM Marriage licensfe wete issued this weektoMr T O Hick r on and Ophelia Brittonfa Mr- e1Terre1jand Miss DJr Davis Mr Alvfih kisoid his rP1 on the Mac yii1e road be llfIbomeThe SpringneJd Water and Light Co hays been making Several l improvements in the Street Lights In many places evv brghter light has been in thestteetslsp1end1dly he new lights ia a decided jar- roement over the old and we ope soon to see them on all streets Eeter Rqland the tnantb f Mrand Mrs Harkjbhehan at the Jjome ojf its parents near Lotus Jastweekaftera hort illness The child WJB wo vears of age and the joy of fond parent Funeral services were conducted at the Baptist here Friday and burial was inC3emeteryBiH The ladies of the Obristian- hurCh held H court dinnerMoh laywhichwas well attende- dnda large s mof money wis Courtiheerforlttepurpose oft starting Public Library in Springfield This is a very worthy purpose and should receivea liberal nltbepublic Savi2OO this Winter from ysur foiTO rcoal bills by heating your home with the Bit IfyMf Of your fuel wasted by all other stoves t1i duabfe hatf of your c4oal saved and completely turned I Me htet oaly lay cies Original Hot Blast Patented Article capeiq s one Mrs died CoteaOriginiel to save H the fuel over any bottom draft stove Biteburnerwllh uledburntSoftCoLw I tiMtI t tlHr I SOLD JY I IIMcflure Mayfs TflDIPQL1DR W V SMLLARD P Extraction Specialist I noMtt Fear MokrN Dettsty r Perhapsr yousuffcr with your tcetjji and continue to neglect th mJibecaase yOUaro afraid of the dentist You hate to begin alUiougb you rea lize the serious danger in bad teeth to yourentire system If you know a kindly sympathetic Dentist who will numb ail feeling in your teeth fefore doing the least work you would slart today Wouldhtyo- UThats my method exactly Do you suffer with pyorrehea lopse edinggnmsfouJ yieldedtoThere is no longer a uexessity for any man or woman fo dread or suffer from tooth or gum disease If you require the extraction tfone or all your teeth you may dismiss fear Prices extremely moderate fora lira iked time AH work guaranteed Colored Fait hiO Wahingtocounty col oredFair was beel at the fair Grounds Thfcrsdayr riday and Saturday of last week Thdi Puir wai well patronized both by the home colored people and1 by thbsefrom a distance An excursion from Louisville on IargeprowdThe to be C ngrtuiatedon the oider J wasjbelded was a credit to any FaIrs fatheldS Great ImprioVenjent + lGreat improvement has been mde in the appearance iin frantt of ihePresbyterian church The old iron fence which had become Tt j i need of we rand somewhat out of repair has been removed neat concrete en t trance has been made unjd the lawn sodded all of wbich add j greatly to the general appearance During this season i pIe the idea of beautifying their premises and making beautiful lawns out of vhat Was formerly a kind of dujgiping ground When a inovemeu of this isI once started it is taken up b some one elsu md IJIUH with j very Ijlte cxprn SpringflelJ can be made u much wore at tractive city Judge Black Speaks Judge Jilt D Black t the Court House last Monday to la very Urge crowd This is the ttratspecch of the campaign lien ei this year Judge Black ia IJeraocratic nominee for Lieuten ant Governor is 07 very liwyer 9ntliid the recent pri mary received e vote in his county except sixteen This Umt the people vhu kipw the Judgi foqJ that he is the right man for the Bright place The Judge covert d the Issue- Ot the campaign very thorough Jy taking up each thu has been inad e by the opposi tion add exposed tile weaIrne and fallacy of their The local campaign committee has arranged for several good speaker Jo spak the campaign abd we hope that Mr Stanl y may be heard her Sjn his hOme tOWn before the election i hi Card Of Thanks Wewiah tpth hkr xmr many friends for the kindnass 360 wn us daring the ifttieas unJ death of o beloved y 1T C Trttvin and family 1 1l 1 F Showifig I tI ItIg I ILATEST prrihsihat are not exce sfeli1 I1at J SOCOME I MISS FOSTER JEiT ir J Meeting Oho of thegreatest Education t al meeting eyer held in the bounty was on the afteruocjRof Countv Courtday at the CoUrt House nDr E Y Mullins l of Louisville addressed the teachers of Washington county on the subject or Moonlight Schools Dr Mullins is a viry fluent speaker and held the at- tentiOn of his hearers There are 78 teachers teaching in Wash ingtun county this year and 51i of rliIRural SchoplsV Pifty of the Rural School teachers were In1 attendance aweli as the teach ers from both graded schools 50 percent of teachers vol unteered their services toaiclln Moonlights School l work 1bjs year Fine sitlenceDali1ag d On last TuesLj afternoon the alarm of fire was sounded and it was discovered that residence of Mr lB pTapp juSt outside the city liihlts was on fire A large number of citizen S 0fthe town and nearly residents went iiin mediaely to fight the lire w formed a bucbe brigade y ing water from a neapond and after a bard ficrcded ine tin ui8bing hate The 1lre had evi IYstn from a 1lue opei un a room I 6 NoticI 1 i lv i I ll1I DRESSING SAGIN6 and MANICURf 5 iWhen in same wo ciatea visit and cordially invite you to call see us 4PiIPa t-berejh kind e pokea the He able err snows charge argumeuls hereduring e bal Special EFF1E Educational tbe C pf iud joining the room in which a swell fire had been hlghteaand when Ucovered the entire room il was aflame and 4t looked an if the house was doomed the doors and wiudowa rin tho room were riearl burned throu bjt1t flataes hadgained acceas to an adjoining room very badly in otb4furniture t County Court Proceedings Monday was the regular term of iho Washington County Court Oncof two largest crowds that has been sean to attond a county dtupstfeeling good and iJI hi gun to look like the ctuniy List dYd of old There was a good supply ot live sock on the market all of which Uold for rood prices A numberolsales of real es t te vwerfe made by the Master Commissioner at the Court House 1Uopr lu the action of Scrogham vs Sdrojsrham 80 acreS were pur chased by Mr E N Goodlett at SlOper acre In the actbn of the PeopVs Deposit Band vs Turner Derringer a tracof1 about 15acres near prigfij jcL sold lot 460500 thE putchosdr being Mr Clell PurdqniloJ Mar ion county fI iIn the action of WeW She maker J sdlI vs JBtperrlbge S1dIrt1iS8Ipartiestl iU MannBennington IS Miss Min nie ir fib ani attract ive andpopular testier and Mr industniouitrdWashington county were United LebanonsepCj5Revf Montgomery Charles El l tgomery aged ag years and 1 Ldied of tub rculoftis at hi8 t ence two miles uth IS g sept 28rd Ills ofI we aid o rest at SepCS v Wolfe of tile Chriitmn chu i couductiflg tilt lum lui hurvic He is puivivcu oy his jvife tw brotheiA nd ihroa sistersi I Cofyin Eugene Colvin aged 61ye andg days departed thij the 22nd day or 8eptemj915 a 6 the old Gol vin JSSSfSiead on Rockbu n feast of Willis bur died or cance which oped on the right side or- s face He was a mOst patient Sufferer forseven months He Wihlisbungjept2Brdt Conducting the funeraU He is survived by three brothers and four sisters t Mrs Lucv Rogers Gor tnoth er of J Rogers Gore who Jorm tony lived here died at St 4sephsHosnta1 last Monday perationIFuneral services were conducted rJ Hodgenville yestrardryT rnrjSale JI 1 1salejpriv ate y my frfrm copaisting of 88 acres 2 miles east of Tathara Springs This farmtln a gor d state for cultivation 80 acres of timberland land and plenty of gaoao1ccoTiaud Has good house and all necessrtry outbuildings 3iose to school and q ahtirch Wili ell on reasonable terms I HedgeriI ilI1PUBUC SALE 11- jil II- iIjiliIiISturday 330 October PM 2djI the above date I will offerfor the highest bidder my resldel1 f1f1On Hill This is one of the sateIIif and homes 500ft in deep Springfield 6room Lot ingf water in house and yard all I propertywishing a firstclass home would do Iwell to investigate same 1Iannie B i JSrnilh I a j Public Sale of Fine Farm As administrator of thq estate ofW H Yancey with the will anexec wejilll I oim S v I t t1 UbluDiiiiAt J11 j a tIV i on the premises 43 authorized by the will of aaiJlW H Yancsy sell at riVltr in tisti ilu jf f1 owned by said Yancerat the time of his death Thfs farm is sitnatdi 7j irTlrt rTsrtfciisii irf JsMsTT iifield Ey on the Springfield and BIopmQeld turnpike and containing V t 118 ACRESI tl ilillis in a high state of cultzyation and has op iit a comrtab e brick rcldec u- lstciand 8 j tttooaco barn andsll necessary outbuiIdingtf It 1l11Vellawr I1ct ii- ng1ibnoud 1 T auH m located about iiaif way between Sprzngfld an4 Biooild tU nmjcadamizecl turnpike The land will ba offered in separate parcels and UHHB Ia wboii 4 ir- athhighetand besc bid 4TiBR lS OP SALE The Iland will beisold on a credit of one twc t and tthrW JMTB frgi 1 ary 11910 secured by note fontbe firs pavment with good personal aecurity Jo Wipsrat tob1M ts rrper aifnum payable annually and containing ji siipulatioa that upon defaultr iin tbf yiyaM Mtfii note or interest at maturity then all of said notts are to become ue and pa abM P given January 1 1916 Seeding privileged this fall will be anna Unced on day tlep r We wiflalsoI offer for sale at the tame time aiwTplac alxmt 150 bn b d1 fepii tonacre it of until January 1 1916 Jii UIVAJ A BOULWARE and EMMAYNCY ti f r 4V ct t Administrators wuh the fin annexed ofr W H YMlM t PERSON2 t Ivf Mr arn sVdabrnotLouil J rtQSM rflivTom KWbeile hasAteturri JI r I ed Jfrbna vSb Joseph Itinirnary Uu chimpovedi inheajih Mr- ed Ro rt q erihq r tmJl to ElPascoTexas aiiea vlit- to his parents Mr andvrHrs Ct1EL Osborn Y anjextbLington county has refufned EI Pasco Texa Mrs Alice Funk and daughter QIIMYs Mary JBateman this LuuisviJe week visited relatives Air and Mrs PG McElrpy 1 of Knoxville Je01 rind Mrsl artJvisitingMrs W TMcElroy tranoI MrJoeCconiwdsi in ftichi r fJ fasyille this week f f rtlIlJiooi= relatives herO v Mrs Ptiters qnd danibtepcj jw = Mrs Gifford of i40uisvilleyisi ted here ibis eec yjt i MressrSl Raymond Blandford and Lawrence Clements spept last Sunday in New Haven Leo Montgomery Lawrence Clements and Raj rnqnd Bland ford returned botce from Louis villelastSunoavy f 7 1 Mrs Alex Montgomery of Wiv Meade county is the gtfestv ofi S relatives herO t y Mr Charley Bean who ut l Iiiseyeimproving Mri LeWisT nneyot r State Road Department supervisor of the Stale Ald tbeII inthis country was here day Mr Adams who has the local Inspectar forth has resigned hi positiphStBteII Mi Murry Kofr fLo c i WOMENCANi i HARDLYBEUEYE How Mrs HurferWM Re stored to Hcakh by Lydi E Pnkhans VgaIiIe lCompo r ldIspliLcement weakseas 1rtwileyears eLEY IMfUMl fetJeBcat a tiMeIJeaowlktweblocks during catting and uhig down riPtwWci in created every nionth I1sa Meta at that tfane piepk intJMfa udoI 1JrBitBtIll1Jrt M a friend In the world After IW triW most every female relHiJwitb t fte nocessVecewU1Compo1l1dt strength every day I have ow no faahiil We In any way And highly nrsiM YeR medicine ItadvertkeB itMttt Mn l Wo T HURLEY idoar JHiMMicv Remember the reaiedy wMcW ithis was Lydia E PinkhsVaetj4r Cqmpound For sale cvrywe It has helped thoasaa4u el wemeii ho have been toibld tiuqaa- eementhinflannaUonaeasiei irregularities perio fe pals b3cachcw1that bearing down f eltoc focUfMtloo and nervous prestratlon after illlotheitfa11ecLWbj1ion LiIt1LvunMaaiI A Ii i ir i f f r rr- l STOP rI 1 AT TE G4ALT HOUSt4II It Loukvitie irrW1ienii J PIuaf r GOOD ROOMS t FOR t 101 JDf MTf Fine Dining Roo witkEc M tai t Low Prices FreeAoBuiMis III I kish and Electric Bttis l WR1TEFQRRESERVATION5 Ct 1t j 4SfI t Lharlcy Greene JiL w r f 1NSUfANGE JJ y J jl GREENE jft MARTIN llit Itf t t j IEVER Y KIND EVEYWHERE f f Yow Bisiiiss fespwtfi Iy 11IIcIW 7 MuM fL L 1 l I F SaIejtHigh 1t i 4AUeaaqi iW ednes4yJd J October 1 r 1t1t- AreA J r 1C I J rofOwing t oUler bul s Iateaati tIMchoice Jotofotedc fit stg q 1 SIt Is to yorlnteruttogIveal J an1ma1tlat5wi1Lbtsold A i 22Hc4liouaas f rJJorvin V italiion Make to Jr years old lKWinr4y rtW l aaa oldtllly 1yearid21N l1foal The bleed Ilaca ta callfamous sires M OnWMdTcw Knight and others A UMk Jack Yo 2OHofMus r j Jpaiet btick eMiI IJIRareal 34toJ8 1M 2yearaqId11hone2yasi d si1i t ft 32Jasjp i 1 4Ii1 KfngiaAdvaneeMrast 1fr 20 H PoW A e Cowi 1vehe1f iItfine black Poll A fiw TEBMSSuiB N if of M Q and wctr cUll a j1months tin with baWot 1 ISJNO 8WATttENLebjr win c firif 4fehi1wr1r M- rane7LIlC a mas iaa ri IAtfJ lJttr dJghly p1wad wikckatraoero- ik ttsin w k J 11 ToS Faw CArt 4j 4 ISjbe P ivi1 qGrja be sold ftt p scAloaiir4- ontpf tne fC1ir IioIjMIoor in- aiville ttconflty court dy1I- UetIUg of th tItXlthO4hlj 1 Was = 1rJL11 = aI IIIIfi-r mos1ijr1 in j- toky i Ilfj J as4 a Ii a fOrbursD hc Jl b a iMM offer haverboa de on the propeHf mss nanJ pwpia who wani sIinyIcornsIohefrnt th grpbbds Hiicbl to b- eu4cNfora country club nvdIe Advo OPENING GUNIS r FIlED I FM4i- Thousands Attend toffly of1 lakn MAaA Is 4 t DL Ps IUtSy M WIN Cirry 0ft =bir SISc to ts ewOrUy S4t bl ortkTat of tin Democratic tor Mi Judicial lefts gHa ijiM jillat mfary fonaer A O la7 tk Ir 1 iM atIt4 IIItOtheCMEd atny Jpeke h I llt fejr rtf A fMt Ifclf iic ft Keateeigr in Coa J d Md 41- S Imi1 01 the sos aM tbi A o ks JMbii br adopting rroi a- l tftm t ijL1- Net tin sut important of lg = iti W1 aa unequivocal pledge iajttfrtoral opps t tkt most inpUi K la to erary rifaitcMitr inform tM Ontaeaame s 5aWrall mtjl TfMittag ot tta tMta of Kwrt Torfc nMi from ttttlapa o 3U Praddeat EtQiit Hoot a aa- aUg y q Hi8Mee tlw pro thp k M MM esttraUt f kto auditors TrWiatt Jit pattf Hr Root the I i r rma Bt ot thW State tie Gov i ktasst o tfc s Co KitiMT Oh tat tfca or Malit f t orI4lt ec flu ij o Xre- oc tj thi est IithI nad attrtrxy octrt oft k jsiti othirthe calIl tiie jt ife an wrotf It is allI yiarjfrfrlMi rn 0 rnMMBt not an a should b- eViakmi MMKi or se the Govern l Mt tka if MttiMiM4 bye pea4- e Poet tk fake gOvinefl t gtt Ne t for y 1s b Mro thail Siws Thaat-t4s io is4bieai it Were aft KI SMke Spid jitopurposes it t Its mul- a f = jIcM In thel g4 khKNHHMpC KtMView of aon Mt am they JwKild recoil la disgusl i kmoi froii tkte teodera and r1Ij ii4 j I of this pt 5r u 1aI t kaow- y JTu c aM polftftMl mpiaNitliiai i 1tt Ia tMl r o t b1I by j Si EMa their l h fimdt fiswC t i StL An aIr v iam k u1ui M PrtY oyal1 SM sdia ef t I 1tb tmpaus w ma ed st osst spare now v b Si ian Ar 111 Naitir ijut will met ycr feqlr meis Vote to the Pony Cootpl liven on all rash paynwntB lrTl T maeor M KnoKn abnsen c t re iraint of tbe aotirW of tbjp felibr lit a 4 the lawtMseeM of tthe inwt ac 1giala e ip- by the people it yeciUariy oexHas wan t b a1Ncbi by Pt toO otto iacur tiiM1 OU1lt et 1avIEib1 pa iHiKnnC The maker of paifUforoM si4 the candWatee upo tv ota d themselves between th eonJUetlai forces t hldh Root scj sflMfkiMtUy described the people de PMidinfa lIede of faithful serrlw aaik kterofa tie omfsii of sttet pHliliK For that reason more M Keaace should attach to the t mla toe ta poliUca platform than In tfce things which are aqtually said From the th1Zs vilch Are said you Ia aspre determine what tiM party piepoees to do for tht pe- pvMpie frosA th4se things which are oMitted you nay know with reason able certainty what the same party is about to do to them Thus it will be seea these Is an endless conflict betweeH tho advocates ot honest gov ernment and these emissarieaof plun der and privilege who come to paBy leaders like Nicodemus by night in sfrtiB upon silence and a covert nh krstaJjding to commit the party to rao policy which may result In taei pvalshBaenfOf their crimes or the protection of the public The platform of a political party has aa inlnitely greater significance than the utterances of its candidate One Ia the soe a covenant of the many tfcwtaaBft eC seen and the other Js pfthince the private opinion of s1a Indlvldal Aniilytls of the Republican platform for that reason I shaH in the t ry befinnlng call Tour attention to a brief analysis of Jhe declaratioaSi upon which all thfi cahdidaleso tl4r Re publican Party sV aiknd which has fceSri HescHbejl bythV heai of the ticket as his partys iword of hppor which when accepted by tko rifi- I liJffII sealerl with Th cat u1 Commonwealth covenant with the people ofJCeatqcXy itfhat covenant has MrcMorrpw or Is party jnadQ to proect tIe State l from the mIner air appera lot every form of free goventment aad henest endeavor Search it and from beginning o finrt rrt Aljpha f 0ne ga ttyere is nof a line not a word act a syllable agauijfInvislble goy eraTraent not a pledge to the people to cleanse the Legislature t f corrup tion or the corruptlonist not a sem blasrce of an antilobby plank or n a titrust declaration Why In tIe aaa ot reason arid justice and corn SKSti sense did not my distinguished opponent who was present when that platform was reported arise In that Convention and say then as he says now the Third House is still greater than the peoples house still throjva upon it its dark arlcfdainnlng shadow while open graft and brazen lobby Jnf is charged by Kentuckys great est limocratlQ editor Why did he utter no warning that Buch an omls slon would be regarded as the evi donco of laexpusable Ignorance or the badge of cowardness and of shame He calls a Dembcratio Legislature to task for falling to pass an antilobby bill but neither he nor his party offer to the people no ray of hope that In the event of his election he will suggest or will enact such a law Invisible Government The Democracy of Kentudky pure and umdeQl d ha declared war upon this monstrous thing invisible GOV erntaeht EHhu Root on the same day in the very citadel of privileie and plunder admitted BOth parties are alike all par ties are alike The system extends through all I assert this perversion of democracy this rob bing of democracy jot its virility can be changed as truly as the system under which Walpole1 governed the Commons of England by bribery M truly as the atmosphere which made possibleIxtr and haS beeu kIQthaway by tht force of publicipplnjon f I MWt rar tac tM one p toward trot rolbJng thn people of their part robbingIdefensible and unjust antI undemor artjiljerclied by the men fot thetro1Oe and tbflc control prom thef north woods + to the Ever glades of PIorin mid frbm dajpa May to the Goldea Gsta from the valleys to the TabuBt ln Wpl the length and hreadth of the land is Hlresd wltn what Mr Itpotr has vli Described as the 4 er and JWHen arid lohgcoatlnued refeiitment atVeln governed by pien t of tte peeptos choosing It was war upon invisible fdvern Mat it was the declaratldq f the JMW freedev Inspiring A trumpets that inaa th eloquent school EiJHwUc Cf H Jersey first Hi Gev theJb ei aboninh1n Ii f rFI I pt Hot a9 Hellena i NOW bUt 4btLways youS r t vovmfKfS fvee au UirBS or we pw pie hale been the crowning glory of1 the 62td Congress rich as it Is in achievement and hhtoric in groat tasks Bcbly done Tkera is but one Ptate la the TJaioa ihatcaa boast of a dozen htteJUgeat sen and but one arty enMrth that possesses a ppllfl can oranlzatipn which is either lg jioraat of the existence of invisible goveraEaent or too corrupt or too cow ardly to say anything about itthatparty is the Republican Party of the State of Kentucky and the doten men are the Committee on ReseluUons which on the 15th of last Tune wrote the platform upoh which Mr Morrow stands Durlnr more than a decade In the pub MvIaboinlmabhlthingIrf the State or In the nation I unearthed the ground wire that connect edrth 113Fifththtdeskot the trust I hays turned the Ugh upon the most Intimate and sfecfet coni h1afinancebopleIIndisputabler Kentucky I have without regard toiueffect upon my own political future ti vcartohave I declared and now maintain war to the Knife and the knife to the hilt against the emissaries of Invisible gov ernment TIt Is known of all men tha reekiniloflressP0UticalGraft built from Its master mind to tb meanest sniper within Its walls who not politically and personally bostllo hn ready and willing to lend Aid and corn fort to any old enemy of this ticket Democratic or Republican Progreashv rliat not Itls Inconceivable tha the en who wrot the Repubitcan pi form ant It nornfnWB SO4n- ever nave heard until Mr Morrow Ar4 tda oenthj run that the Third KOVM la kTMLter than the Peoples House Westtithy toaowa TiothlBf of Invlsitle government corrupttodstioyit ini2the thron realfc how teosy it U to secure toe sinews of war and theild ot CroocfleIfttelr fincM on their lips and allow the Xtomoeratlc party and Us nominees alone w cn a operjeuetheHiutMed and unsustalhed acalnst thls un seen and Inveterate foe of popular gov ernment thta allpervadlng InlUence theOUvIcImpute of honesty every patriotic as lratlon aluM wither inC decay I bays sever soucht the sulfrage of thfe people of Kentucky without formally reateryng my fixed and unalterable opposltlpn to those Influences which have tbo often mad 5onstJtlonfil povernmnnt a mocicry and blmm anti onutltttMorai oa cers ir servant of he people but InjtsIntdec1atdThe special favors can never be tolerated by a party whose prime purpose Is to strip thos Interests of every undue advantage and every privilege obtained By the operation of bad laws or the violation of good ones On January last In announcing my candidacy for Governor I declared I willingly surrendered a seat In Congress to fight above alt else that most Insidious and abominable menace to the liberties and property rights of a free people Invisible government powers nominally vested In benevolent and respectable figures actually exer deed by the covert and cunning ernie entice of every favorseeking and tax dodging interest fortunate enough to have a friend In court If elected Governor of Kentucky I solemnly and earnestly pledge the peot pie of the bmraoptrealth here and now upontheprivflemebyhim The pledge made as a candidate I am prepared to keep as your nominee and as your Governor No Antitrust Plank Not the creation but the equitable die tribution of wealth is the great problem confronting the lawmakers of America Mep everywhere realize more and more that Inordinate wealth and widespread penury are In great measure attributable to this1 Inequitable distribution secured by Illegal jcorabUtaUons of capital and monopoliesLaws of corporations regulating the operation of common carriers forbidding the forms lion of holding companies the Interlock ing of directorates and other multi farious devices for the destruction of competition and the prevention of the free operation pf the natural law of sup ply and demand nil the statutes of the various States and the Federal Govern alike rjait one act calculated to protect the J eop1e of Kentucky from exploitation ana plunder by trusts and monopolies has been declared unconstitutional and today title State stands naked and de fenseless a prey to every crooked corn bination and every form of corporate In iquity a snug harbor for every commer cial pirate seeking refuge from the wise legislation and the righteous wrath ot fortyseven sister States The Zest that this yawning chasm Is left In the only legal defense yet pro vided has caused bii apprehension IHUi short of cqnsternatlon among thoughtful and discerning jnen In the face of this appalling state of affairs the Republican platform contains ho antitrust plank no pledge to curb corporate greed or to pilrtlsh corporate crime The reason Is not far to seek It prefers to betray the Peoo rather than offend the Interests ftopuMleiiiv Convention Refuses to En Oorse Ii Own AdmInistrations State and National Anexamination or the State or natio al platforms of either party In ICentu discloses the fact that hitherto no have bern nuke This Is necessarily a where platforms Are written In good faith Political organizations at stated periods promulgate platforms in order that they umy apply irnmutablC principles to con itantly ihanglnr condltioe To state the attitude of the party on vital and living Issues to outline an original pro gram for future legislation requires con structive statesmanship and constructive statesmanship Is lost art with the re actlonafy Republicanism of Kentucky Tim reference to the protection of American Industries and labor isa veiled endorsement of the malodorous Payni Aldrich act the last utterance of the Republican party on the subject I had thought that after a similar approval of that sOt had sent President Tart to po lltlcal obUvlon and his prganltatlort to the Junk heap that there were none so poor as to do It reverence but the convention at Lexington hat placed a las withered poeey above its petrifying re maln In tact the last Republican cohvintion did not attempt to write a new platform It merely repaired an old one and it botched the Job Hitherto Republican platforms have usually followed a sort of formulaefirst endorsing previous na tioniti State UdmInletrations and with the cole exceptIon ofthis unique asaem blage they have hitherto been strong en the poit witir pride and vJew1n with alarm atunt In fact they have pointed with pride on several occa sions when it evidenced more gall thar discretion And yet that party which haa the stem ach la 19M to endorse without reserve the tMOluie ansi patriotic course of W t Taylor in reslsUpr wjjh all the power at his command the uaurption ot the of flee to which the people elected hIp has at this good hour never a word to say ItepubULooking back over an era of crlmlna ttbn and recrimination of folly failure perfidy nod rulh In national affairs end of forte violence bloodshed rind In competence in the conduct of the State Government the silence of this party it1U wIselefuI to Mention with approva any mar or arty Incident In Its history Is In effect n pathetic appeal to the pastburyden of those whom even ihjlr friends dart pot defend stMBMIcan Repudiation of latfcrm Wetlots The Democrats Kentucky Will not laport forget that In this party In a EoUmU platform deqlaraUon fiercely arireigned n emoeraUc wecullve for exet1 rising the pardoning vowpr to subserve political and partition purposes with the byirtualiycratlo faith immune front punishment In IMS thbf Kun6 1artiwaa not worm In the saddle before nepubllcnn Coy ernoi1 farazehly proceeded to commit the crime It had solemnly denounced and to do the dastardly deed from which by necessary Inference Jhe wee forever bound to ahuinln Uberatlnr assawlnn whose brUtal butchery covered all Kentucky with ft pall of Borrow arid bedewed the eea and crimsoned the cheeks of brave men With teatn nf sorrow and blushes shame acts that have appalled he GotwcleBce of the world and today In th4it Uaisa1ied enormity smell Maverc Taylor FJnley HowanJiland Powers were alll tucned loose redhanded knd secure und a RepuUMcan Governor with ah eyfe drparchmcnt and a cK4elr of stone rfeWwrately dared to do iJhe tamneIjni serve political and partisan purposes with the Certain iffyc of ncouratrlng crimp by virtually gendering criminal of Beptat1aji ftlth inimune zmn minitii- peb Morrow Wauio 1PlatformsIt maybe that the nominee of the Redpublican party feels some part of sentiment which he hat gracefully exbpressed In that event he is totally of harmony with his party and is already off of the reservation The organizafSon whose representative he i toawhom prior to June be delegated right to speak for him on various and hesitatedtovalidityb or flwhichdaredSWe favor the enactment of a lawpwhich shall permit part without regard o the party affiliation of the 1Wecandidates ments to the State law permitting andaencouraging nominations of the earnsI partiesI ltea practicelila4Olckhangend Mr Hyde politics In the very res nce of the people Let us suppose hat such a platform leclaration had the force and effect of xtitlnr taw what would be the result The various parties have thade their plat orms which Mr Mocrow says are a sot mp covenant and when adopted by Jpople have the binding effect of a thij ract sealed with the great seal of theiiommonwealth As the nominee of both actions of his party he would necessarily platformsLetjat audienceon the platform forv which le professes much profound reverence and to which he promises such implicit obed ience He would doubtlesb edify his adI proPosesUnit law now upon the statute bboksr Fellow citizens says Mr MorroW Is it nefmy covenant my solemn contract with the seal of 1lmorAvealthWe pow declare our continued ad herence to the County Unit law and we do hereby endorse the present Coon ty Unit law of Kentucky anti pledge ourselves to its strict and rigid enI forcement t Im ifext day we lnd him upon theI admiringMooaeiaand ire covenent a sqlemn contract signed with the great teal of the commonwealth that The Progresslva party of Kentucky pledges itself to submit to vote of the State as amendment to our State Constitution forever prohibiting the 4al of intoxicating liquors In Ken tucky youPavegreat seal of the commonwealth that dingboWwOws enSotcedOtt tia following day the Republican nominee will return to the old fold will assure his friends In the large cities who are somewhat uneasy about this Woman aufrage agttatlon that the Republican arty positively refuses to state Us po Itipn questionExpressly the right ot all Republicans tojvpte upon the question of Woman Suffrage as they see fit And the presto change my handsome and accomplished opponent back In the ladieLheWe Moosers he and she alike Desire to reiterate pur belief in the just principles of Woman Suffrage and urge upon the next Legislature to sub KentuckyThis they tire told Is not an Idle utter bekeptunder the great seal of the common wealth But worse and last of all Imagine my gifted and dIstinguished friend proud of his ataiwart Republican forbears and of tne great standpatt ed luster to his honqj tholastRepublicanismWeof the Amer people upon the nd mlnlstratlo wimam II Taft that lerisl n Itr a reconl on which any admi tnt might appeai with onflclen to I avorable judgment A n tar re etI from the very cc of his last utterance facing w tKhave spewed from their thoseI theIJygolng and Invertebrate Taft ko still worship their idol of the BigI Ick the only and strenuous Teddy ImItlna the same Edwin P Morrow sicIiringr We reaffirm cur unswerving alleg iance to our grtfitesr champion Theo ore Roosevelt Jtich a principle makes party declanx ns false as dicers oaths I covenant wIth Ute people a solemnItract under the great seal lunonwealth 3fo Not a pledge but rap Not a promise of reform but elusive bait for the unwary changed e you wait Oh the old elephant Is with senile tiebllity the Bull Moose ngfor repairs and out of the ruins of Uiscarded carcasses of these im potentHMaJits despairing Republicanism would rWHIiMcJL a hybred monster upon which to rlJgriXa office a sort of bull moosephant luVwiMctlonao and half progressive a JTmu3 Rdfd emblem Wltfl one blinking lace iff fBKidawn and one sombre countenance tur ned otDemoCracy trutfullydont know where am going nor do really care but I am on my way to a job and that Is the zeal purpose of my candidacy after all Mr Morrow arraigns the last Demo cratic administration for a willful breach of covenant That In violation of a promise of re trenchment clod reform that we have been guilty of wanton useless and reck less extravagance resulting in an empty Treasury and a bankrupt State The Democratic party says Mr Morrow cams Into eonrol ci the three branches of the government January On this lay here were againsttIleurea to m AJCJII l iS there were outstanding acamit th State unpaid interestbearing warrant amounting to 13275600 He therefore assume the State tobe 43575000 In debt an Inference absolute ly unwarranted by the record awl reach ed by an brtfu juggling of firjrs un uppohnttw the States revenues sroieeted during the lea three months rf The xar while the run nint expenses at the overnment are about the same one month with another iff that however free front debt the State may be at the end of the year on the 8epembrflssarily erosed bythundreds of tbbuaai1de if not millions the amount then an hand ip meet these obligations Just as a farmer having an Annual Income say of 12000 the major portion of which U deiived irom the1sAieof tobacco r corn nd other products in the fall and winter would probably nnd on the first of lulv hat hiS Indebtedness exceeds by severn Inundted dollars his cash in hand If hhwever this dot s not exceed the Iqcom antiolpalefrombe truthfully said that he is In debt ot improvident and bankrupt The Jnfilr nest nf trtittr seterilng tim wh tid f b te spnJM bat ing befit IUUttd wlih pniutleatlv a aliuitdtqflIllustratedto the RenuUcnn administration oi which Mr Morrow spss In such glow Inr terms Ho says that on January tlse outstanding warrants ajnl n his administration amounted In roundjfiet es ta and yet on j one year previous the time con nlncly chosen by Mr Morrow the Re publican party fared a deficit of JOS0937 Jn order that we may form an aqcucaW estimate of Thy relative efficiency Ahff economy of the present admlnistrati and its Republican predecessor It U only lust to coirpar the fiscal condition of both for Identical periods The present Democratic administration carps Into power January 3912 andIhas therefor been Ip control three years and eight months e from January l to August ISle To make a fair comparison between the two administra tions we wuBt tale the same relative period of time for both a basis oj comparlsiin that is the Democratic ad ministration from January l isis to August and the Republican ad ministration from January 1908 to Au gust 1911 The following table shoWs the corn parative redatpta and expenditures of Ihe two administrations for Identical periods Republican Administration from January 1908 to August Receipts from all sources 2305732947 isn received from former Democratic administration January I 1908 101805578 Total Vf 2UIO3859 t Democratic Administration from JanuarytJf l9Wto August Receipts from all ources6570S75 Less deficit In Treasury Jan 0357 lrl91Z 290j697S o Total t S26279i8777a The Democratic administration has re pelved during the same relative period at time I21C9272C mor than the Re publican administration The official figures from the Auditors office show that the last Republican ad ministration faded a dencIUin the State Treasury oh August 3L of 1lO8e tOJi37 that on August there was a deficit in the State Treasury of 14504920 or S1336839S3 relater than the deficit of August That te the present Democratic administration has received In revintes ftc he same relative pernd J2i892723 f baa ex Tjarrtr is t tIpn the w as ppri4n matte ny the t5b0 0 lui and to carry out platform pledges and In response to a widespread popular demand for progres ye legislation In the interest of educ Ion and agriculture of humanity in the etter care of Inmates In our charitable Institutions for the maintenance of aged nd dependent Confederate veterans and or other worthy purposes amounted to total of 3C75472 Had the General Assemblies of 1912 and made none of these appropriations the Treasury ion 1912 would have shown a cash of S22304 2453 Instead of a de vButand grows stating that the State has been lunged S2516t00 deepeJ ilnto debt makt Ing a total additional expenditure in the public revenues of S5727000 or 137i more than Is shown by the official gures Mr Morrow Is either very badly or he Is a reckless gueser This Is but one of many Instances showing that he is much mote picturesque han- raurate It is reasonably pertain and may well be assumed that after the collection of anticipated revenues on the tat of Janu ary 1916 the State deficit will not ex reed Does that justify the reckless statement of Mr Morrow that this If a bankrupt State Can three million dollars Of debt bankrupt a corn monwealth the value of whose property exceeds a billion dollars What assurance haVe we that this state of hopeless Insolvency even if it actually existed would be remedied by turning Kentucky over boots and bree hes to the successors of Wilson andiTaylor Do those states which for fifty years have been under an unbroken Republican re gime show sudh freedom from debt such prosperity as to justify this most perilous renredy Bonded Indebtedness of Republican States Take Maine Republican for fifty years the home of Dlngley Reed LJttlefleld and Blnlnc Let us cflmpare the condi Ion of poor old Kentucky this Repub paradiseThe personal property of Ken tucky is valued at I84C454020 That prop erty pays a tax rate of 45 per thousand with no bonded Indebtedness Maine has lesS than half the amount of taxable property of Kentucky i e 1430025462 and yet the tax rate rbaches the appalling sum of on the thou sand dollar with a bonded debt of 1659000 Connecticut Republican almost con tinuously for the last half cctotury has pract1clty the same amount of taxable property as Kentucky SS4S399019 with a bonded debt of S7064100 New Hampshire with less than 000000 of property has a tax rate of J16 on the thousand and a bonded Indebted ness of JM6COOO LhS rockribbed Republican State of Pennsylvania has bonded Indebtedness of J125614702 Little Rhode Island he home of Aid rich with 1200000000 less property than Kentucky has managed under the wise economy of an unbroKen Republican ad ministration for generations to get along with only S5041G72 bonded indebted ness Utah with onefourth of the wealth of Kentucky under the beneficent control Reed Smoot and an ironclad Republican organization has only 112109001 bonded Indebtedness Republican Misrule In the South It may be said that I have mentioned only Northern States and that for pur poses of comparison should take South err commonwealths having a similar clt tzehshlp alike In manner customs and laws At one time Alabama Arkansas Georgia Louisiana Florida Virginia and South Carolina nil had a chance at Mr Morrows remedy for extravagance In the administration of the States affairs At the close of the war they were conipara tlvely free from debt their affairs had been administered honestly and econom ically during generations of Democratic control Then the blight of Republican misrule fell upon that illfated land by flre and sword her cities In er blackened fields billowed with es of three hundred thousand slain mantled and discrowned Repub hanoI found her prostrate and fruit1I IlessconstructlcfM B well remembered with more horror the carnage of battle or the famltTa Bt pestilence that follow In the wake ofjf lrThe annual coKof the States admin istration In Loumana under Democratic control wits In under a Republican resin t reach the nppalllig sum of J757S1I ho average cost It he State of torch dBfatber of the Legis lature during theJt BRle session woe 111360 per day Ter are later under Democratic Control oars were rrediaieiv reduced to L716 or one jfth of the cost tlurfr the reconstnio lion period On liecei r31 the public det of Lculela s Sll182377- IlcanAfter three ears ol control It was J22 ESStir Under DemocraUr von 1866 ttis cost of tnalntalnlic thej ent Alabama was I6O IjrjfJ nder a Hepubltcan admlnlsradon It Four years later with t urt of the Democrats to power It to mediately reduced to JE7M64 A Republican administratIon weexi dod 1674 fastened on t tate Arkansas a bonded Iriaebteda as of IC0364 In Florid the t ofa4 nUtertne fits affairs of the S ne mq than doubled under a rter ublian jnistratIon In Jergtae1nsi1 that time had njyer i Ulr had After Tof Republican eon its Imns Mnesa tvas increas fo nrl JlJi t The State ot Virginia under a Demo cratic administration In I860 carried a public debt qf S2kia663 In under Republican rule tltlt debt jumped to the appalling sum of S4r290S39 Mr Morrow has talked much about the extravagance t f Democrats in purchasing oftlcft furniture The State Capitol at Columbia was refurnished during this period Quoting the testimony of a Con ereiwional ammltte Honorable James M Pike author of The Prostrate South writes When the Legislature met the last time the new furniture was all 4n the House wax furnished most superWy A pliprsstbouthewa Qtade about the carp tf bttnc no fine and bftJt the mmTfMleent chnn deUces tutd nplUooin and one thing and mother f tr an Irapuvtrlshed pen pie liven serenil UtpubKcans sales to me that It jwetNiets them to e ne much extrnvarii when wt w te little ab Alt litt Bhsn the bill aCme hi U pw arted In W Tee hIbeSt prices wse paid for thie fvclttn three to fo f flvt time ls vahefr ticetanes 370swepaw fcr im itJKr In me vak rsmom erh oBoUhad a aefsatt ream tor liirrvrtf Zse orjiHm 5LitSt up with tnli t Mite it4 all the ntn i heri at4teeTber we tw usnered fiNe POrOiei4ttnong t8 spite Thitt3 twentyfoiutnembepRIt It Mys Ih same author the brigIzdnrprofessionalI teeartThepickpoor ansi the rich silks by law They Theydounder pubiesoleieselndildualwithplundetlIven ofRentuckytntenfntu of the lion ruble E lwtn P Jorrow giflebtsadlied commenwealha in the Norih andhe theiuthbloodshedUtrutheCsbeg you wars of so deeprate orheRailroad Fare Mr PemoCraticpassed a EHcent railroad fare bill butIn no dolne joined the State House Forigetters Cluli anenactingyendeelugHouseForgettersUepubicananotherRepublican ofrublieHonorableRecretaryanyItepublicanofprogressivemustblazewithoutguideThe Historian ommiseratingReoubilcanat writeaitbunglinglyattemptedheadlesshingtated form coursewasSuperinendenta atachedsoctor03backmemberfHerons everknewSuperntendentrepresefltativeromwas passed in the closing hours of the originalbillenrolled and its faulty coiistrJCtlon was only discovered fiftiT war tow late to remedy the blunders of the Superinten dent of Public HrlnMrve Mid the author the bill Why Mr Morrow should gratuitously assail thN purely Repub houseForgettersWould bsnfi Alf roi m ttipns gave Tr e TJTVv lss J 7e r- rp UIAZz 95 ACRE EARL ItheheirsannI xl faraf Friday October 8 I91F offerr for sale to the highest bidder the farm of the fefeiteit pnell deceased oh which he was living at the time of his fUatk bcaM 14hWheatley Oscar Graves T Carrico and Jas Ed 0Uame cea- e i f 95 ACRES 443r ods and 10 poles by survey Thi farm ku on tstrjdwelling house barn and other outbuildings is well ltc ml fitstrong farm land 1 TERMSOnethird cash yarnotesto securejpaymcnt of same t v j atJuOH fOL1N ALLY in Fact for MichaI Scannell lirs e BeernheaSi nvf a Railroad omnia rnsuelIstingFchool Book Commission Fire virtd tcalNstneeuch offleeand a squxd of hotel ispectoraS duringworkingdo the work of nIL Mprrciwwoutdwhich he secretly anprovt For thatreason I mits to his facetious expression a cbndld Interpretation and resume that thatInplacethesetheheterogeneouslltlcal wiseacres and JaoitsofalltradesWhen he do slt he wljlliavp utterly de yetdiscoveredthe protection of th healtti fits cltl pubUctheprotection of gam and fish tie con servatloix of torf for securing diceness and uniforms in school books tn lncend1sr1tsandvelopment of public highways In this effort to overthrow all the re suits of the tong patient labor of con structtve stf esmen be will tins himself byforwardlookingwhere by every philanthropic society by every progressive organization by every rood roads movement and by every broad minded and publicspirited citizen who wishes to use the power and resounocn of the commonwealth for the material prosperity and the moral betterment of Its people To do It he must repudiate the record and demolish thts handiwork of his own polltVal colleagues participated In the enactment of this legIslation againIndulgesl ernie denunciation of the work of Donio otbelievetionIseefortheheneetuindU has entrusted with positions of dis Unction and responsIbility tA Record of Achievement apdtheddninIstrationeftlclanoy enactpl its niandftte Into will be judged not 1ywhnt we say but by what they dM e It enacted a primary election law con expensoitghangedthesysternIt has created a department providing foP a more thorough inspection of hunks It netItlion of United KthtM Seratora by a di providedforthe traveling public it has generously administered to the comfort of our aged and decrepit heroes prevented blindness driven the white plague from the bar ders of the State It has built bridges opened and constructed great highways and provided a system of State aid for thipgsItpledges honestly made and faithfully kept In a Democratic convention made and since that time a Democratic admin istration has kept more promise of re form than were ever made or kept by the Republican petty from the dan it Rtpubiicanndministratinn power ana I rfcatunge the distinguished nominee of p rty to show Where It ever made a pintfirm pledge that was not broken or Irnwed t r that was ever enacted Into law by Republican adminis tration The Emperor Knnoleop standing nt the cradle and of the grave of n dead Civilization Inspired his marshal legions pointdgstyirdy warriors that fortiu centuriesl- obked down upnn them You are aa sembled my fellow Democrats In battle array eager to nast your ancient ad renneT with gay niil festive Intrepidity As you wage a winning light fortyseven expectant Stetess 2aIi down upon you This Is the HrtJt cinepalirn V the kind Immediately preceding a national cite Ikto The eyes of lbs President of the United States are ou you What though some man may find the 3overnor of ble thoughhewhere oh where is the Democrat at thisH crucial hour who will prove ealcltmni to his mighty chief Inspiring an n cap Jlrtatc greater an a patient and con Istructlve 8tat tnan lie is greatest the wise patlnt fearless forseeing di Iomat preeirning t1onoo Inviolate t honor of his csurr and the peace half the world Though living he hns already earned n lanmortnl place even among tboxe but scep red soVi erclvris who still rule our spirits from their urns Your fttMnri were failure possible will Jippall l DMtfocracy of Ameclea and yow tirSred vtcfory will thrill with sleUght n uspirs with new courage the bVCrP f the natlot Vrom this RIdr iv the signal ot the greet Knlh riial Your tc y expwtat every mnn do hletttp t r iifj tb m ml oregj9t Cf flflItt is t tl4ut sf t4e enLucky ibr L CASTOR IAf3fir Infims ani Stars the BSgnntar of Busy 4qggifl 4Tfeat the Uurd tW Uw itMnu Ist1 a moment loafer en UMrtfeU W Jbtt Smiths number t ttStIf Joseg wo pcoyaJt sscsesst tsIbr ties for hk ciutoiBers be ctmfl Uterae IMC lelsewhere Opcrrttor give irpc 437 How dp yo know ihiivcy occrsge jfiappen wth your swfflc ttlipTufit HMW lxIe the cost triiit Cal the hiuuiuiuLIday i r CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COMPANY INCORPORATBZB 4 H BOX 219 LOUISVILLfe KY UMD RESCUED j DESPAIRING WIFE AftCFIUt lnCeitkw Mrs Uwk CtTt U1D IiiiIIJ Cue to Catron I1n an interesHHg letter from this place Mrs BeliEs Baliock write as follows I jiufferec for fi yeafsv with womatily tirdubie aiKl hkrktf this time J could only litiiap rli4t while and couldaot walk Mvwberc at ill At times I would have Kv rt pss Umyleftsjae The doctor was callsd in 9Ud hfc IrMkV raent relieved me for a while kutlw won confined to ny iMd ask Abr that nothiif seemed to io mt any ioot YoU 15A ASo1akquyturg4 aaIpvtsi I i a 4frAtI3IyC- arii i- eecd L ck e I coatd tatf tt w M OW iuassd Ihst t 4 ii J l- estitfjj 7 t 7 bi1Your dn s3M CwM far ft Itw Am mst nip 7NI eea es WANT a Better J4That quratlon wrilibo asiced yen slnoet dtflyyeekng v ervjces it quallytaketbeDraugbonTraIsln ambition to More bANKERS ndsa DRAUG1OS Cot tterfna6eec sit other biness colleges COMBINED 4t CoUegenin fktM Intwn tWb reputat Ilatikise Tywwritlag desssbJg Z M14is Wi s awESC sexiiiarlaraecbel God Oi1JO GORAJ1TUP rscsst mediUms Bookkef lif Bookkeepers dalI over HMwStodjr 71tnu fMbof bank United States jsay that DmughbiiJ tf Ieeteev and stnofr 1prt System of Bookkeephitjv th ht iStafgXid positions as tht isu rorn25 to 50 perentnworlcsidwrry takhi tatghoo Ilorre Stt SlMTtKaW Practically all U 3 offiI CATALOGUE Ir PrKt da court reporter write the Sy im of BY MAIL vit Shorthan Drftsgpon College teach President Nu ui r t Whyf Becatase they knowritIia1SMI Jplogu 6Qccvrhf t PRAUGHO S PJETACXIGAJ4 BUSINESS TOIJ I t4s1iviUorMrJd Knozv1 Tacrducah Kor LvsnvdI t A