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V IIhI p J r 1 1 i P jmt 4ty i 21 1915 1 j 1 F11 I f t 1 t P l j M oters Is Y 1jBear I I l l J i ff fr m Frty third te W1thhTtir Years Ur I4As MmtnItrat1n IIsws KiW j HHIIM Ii l1pr lHHE4re4s of Democrats from ni KMtucky gathered in Westb Yiile Hopkins CoUmtypn October 4th ai Ihkeaed attentively to the let tie carapalga by Barkale jpriMeat SUp r1ateBdeat of Public In Entction ai1 Democratic aomlnee forrSecretary oi State at tie general elec tkHTom Tit November 2 191- 6HrMIamlett as liberally applauded Mi it ta tuite evident that the solid Democracy is bealmd him He an swered every argemade against him the Republican nominee for GOT t eIot EdwlH P Morrpw and showed jet roe extragatance tattle last Re A verbatim account of his addressb fallowa Tellow Citizens JH this campaign as the Democratic vomlBee ibr Secretary of State and Superintendent of Public Jsatructkm I am addressing myself prtlcutarly to what Democracy has dotH for education in and Ua offensive reply to the Honorable diil more for the ause of popular education and the improvement ot the to public schools of Kentucky than has feeea ioae by all Republican adminisitrations in the history of the or iis would be done by any that might come la natural hostility on the jrt ot Republican leaders totfpopular educailo and progressive movements tedfc to the building of a great Combmomwealth Thomas Jetferson aside frjpbelng the author of the Declara tfoa pf Independence counted it his fi building a public sclosyst m for hta posthumous glory asmuch gr this ai for any of his other great achieve ments t ProfreM Under Trora the beginning of our public school system in Kentucky all prog yeas and improvement in the system has ben accomplished when the af fairs of State were in the hands of Democrats and Democratic Legisla We have modelled our system after Democracy and the Democratic Party of America We have developed In spite of the opposition of sUch small w politicians as Slormw IL Pea Green the illiterate Broncho Pranks the intrepid Bankrsuure Bruher the wlsePond austere cuetime Democrat dIed school funds in times paSt and others of this Ilk whom I have neither Ipacenor time to mention a system of public education commensurate in Its efficiency io that of any commonwealth In America I exclaim as Cicero did O tempora O mores and with the Bard of Avon Alack the day when- such men clothes In Catillnarian hab lllments should arado themselves s be fore an intelligent bllc and dare to tand In the way of educational prog ress who would attempt to deny to the children of this Commonwealth their rightful heritage which theyI should enjoy liberally through an equltable distribution of the States to state to the people of Keatuoky that I know from writtei lid verbal evidence that even the thlaklag sober citizenship of the Iter JEia Party of Kentucky today t rJPpi suck men and their Insidious MfNTilpn directed at the bedrock a4 iouwUtlon of the existence main tewtiice and progress of a great Com saowealth VtFr m FertyVhlrd to Near Top t Since 1911 when the Republican Party wasjdethroned by an overwhelm lac mgjttty on account of promises made in a platform oi has moved from Ute the Bcale Qt illiteracy close to tSesPr and today stands in tie vanguard Commonwealths of AMerica In facts the eyes of the whole cation are upon Tier and she Is pronounced the Idere of ever i State as the one State that la leading today in education and the dlssemlna host of knpwledga icIiIs Increased 45 We have not only increased the at tendance In our public schools forty tye per cent within three years but we hays added to the revenues lot chool purposes dlrecUy and indirect more than three millions of dollars e have increased the school term IB try rural district from six months seven momths increasing at e tlmri lia ihe aggregate all teach tr vidaries aal la many cases tne if Just been made eight aloe or onthjf alt of whUjh hoe been done ut a mill Iccrccse in taxation t the rate of taxation which brsaerly twentysix cents and a a the aaadred dbllars for public Jtupe es has teen decreased t tc JS e I F Mrrev Ihe jpneseevtf I j4ssoTe y rte ehunlUoI1S i oIPaLe 1 r w J It k fi pf a J l JfiIt stJE ir J lll t tj 01II J t tt l ijj pN 7 I XXXhJf22 r SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY OCTOBER 4WBErrS 1BLYTO Pi MORROW C9wtyy Every Ckrgec Expluied UCAThN ADVANcEDd KIcyCtkiibi openingP da1itHlresent 5paatackedan tketuttlreTlaere l1SedbtM bArnera Democracyc turesoathemountalneerTewls equipmentI bigafltiinncrats prIriclplaJajpfetucfty fortyWJfin E NEWS JJLE Ja liiiiEs tBedeSayi tcHumility is alright for the otherTfellbw to have All cats imagine they can sing and in that respect they are like men A gr1spast1e hithe air is etimes buHt of brjcks of ice creamIt easy to fool a imaniJ it wrfsnt how would men geV marriedP A f If yOu canL1rhatthe stoiy- our friend has told at least on1t say well I heard it this r11 If brain fag was the onlyway pe1whA woman may marry a man forliis and hen find that lumI1mom baHthe1jpeopl I ow than on their fwn No matter how angelic a man may appear before marriage after the wedding the wife will earn that a mans a man fora thatWhen you attempt to throw it in the other fellows eye e sure that the wind is in the right directi n lest it blow back and blind yon instead We are afraid that some of these suffragettes if womans- uffrage becomes universal will try to take the right of suffrage way from men- Theyouog lad with the ticket the circus who wonldnt crawl under the tent if he got a chance lacking in some of the4 funda mentals of a normaT boy The married man knows there f theioldany birthday anniversies after she passes 25 He that be has to buy a knowsI er every yearjDstthe A tablet supposed to have slJbeforeslJ translatorI laims and few will dispute him that tfie book says that it was Noah and not Eve who plucked he forbidden fruit Thats about the way it usually turns ut when a man tries to blame of thissprtonto woman No I oi about 200 il1 improved having silos 14 4C cattle bam 40x10 About 80 acres ofthis land in rye and hy10 acres new in lobaccpVI his AG3dDefinition HoQis this for a defi nation of what constitutes ia good citizen asks the Todd Oounty Times A matt who wants tosee the very best roads llending from the est lornes tp hevery schools churches and lodges and who williug to dohis very level best to secure all of them for all the people wants to see the very bust educational ad vantages given olree to the poorest and dosent kick at paying his jufe partof tbe taxatiou isaryjto obtaIn them the com munTtyhs in years gone bj done for him or mayhap is do iDKnowand is willing to dem onstrate that gratitude by doing fall be canfor the community in question October Crop Report Optimism is the keynote of the October crop issued a few days ago by Commissioner of Agcij culture W Newman Excel lentlweather for maturing corn preIvriIedare that these crops will produ bumper yields Good progress has been 1in sowing wheat rye and other fI grains Farmers have on hand an unosualatUountof cattle for feeding through the whiter The report follows iThe prices secured for wheat this year have been disappoint ing Although larger than the farmers have obtained for several years war price of 165 per bushel last fall at wheat seed big caused a large acreage declinedftime Even atH0 per bushel the wheat crop has not been a- profitable one in Kentucky fur- severalyears 1I- Thepreflcninaryyield of rnl is thirtyone bushels pearae 41Q s ise per1r Kentucky has bad for many years a At 50 cents a bushel corn is proving a more profitable crop that wheat at 100 per busHel NaturaUy therefore the cornI acreage is increasing while wheat acreage is decreasing Tbhr pertshows that about 10 per cent of both Burley and dark tobacco was not housed jJ from one cause or another The a case w 2 1 is Pi is i J l ctNo2 Adjoins 1 containing about 250 acres has on a good stock ten ant all acres in acres in ryeand orchard and garden I preliminary estimate of the yield otButle y tobacco is 841 pounds peicacre hat of d irk tobacco 774 As reported by this deparment the average price fpr 191415 Burley tobacco is 32 per one hundred rA for dark tobaQ co5 7Q jwiih the 1915 prices for corn andfibacco maintained the income of tile farmers Kentucky should be above the averagef Pasturprof f all kinds have been cwd alfalfa bluegrass clover and orchard grass aU being reported as in a condition above 90 per cent Complaints cholera among bogs catarrhal fever among cat tteand glanders among hoi sea have come t the department from certain localities Thei number of cattle in the State to go on feed during thfc winter is probably larger than ever before iin te past tenyears num ber pft breeding ewes has proba bly decreased on account the difficulty of rehtocking f om ockQiweredispersect prices prevailing summer liThe reports showf that the farmers have used vast quantities of ground limestone this fall and sown alfalfa and crim son clover more the ever before andInot an of cultivated land in Kentucky should be permitted to go through the winter without rrtiljtyyears crop rmel s Kentucky are realizing more than ever before the hard wirtor rains are almost ashard on uti protect d8s the seaspnii crops It is cheaper to save fertility to buy it I desre to sell privately my farm of 100 acres located about one from Frederickiow- nKyist improyedaod has on- dod 5room 4 elling good tobacco and stock barn end other needful outbuildings Is well watered by springs and has good well and small orchard sell on reasonable terms S B Wheatley of the Shetland ponies in the State New Stan hope and harness for sale JLAllen PUBLIC SALE FINE FARM Live Stock Crops Etc Having decided tp dissolve partnership we will on the premises I 12 miles from Lotus Ky and 30 miles from Louisville on the Springfield and Bardstown branch of the L N TUEDY OCTOBER 2i6gg 915 AT 10 OCLOCK AMV Sell to the highest bidder following described farms All this land convenient to scbool and hurch and is fine stock farm well watered large amoun i grass and plenty of timber to supply farm The school property was taken from this land and H same should over be discontinued land reverts to tract No 1tTract f3qniisting acres concrete sown land very who chill neces dcations mad The time 1avgjsieldt- iiat Tr tract No good dwelling barn house necessary outbuildings 130 grass 60 barley gbod S7 iii3s ofI The of out high have acre that than mile well good Will One fiuest the the year 1retNo S I Adjoining above tracts contain ing about 175 acres 30 acres in clover andtboutl2or 15 acres is sown is sown in rye Land hasi on iti a good tobacco barn and 3 tenant houses The above three tracts will be offered separately and then as a whole arid saje made in the manner torealize most money TaCtNo4 containing about 100 acres not improved does not adjoin above tracts and wil besoidseparately PERSONAL PROPERTY 1 work mules 6 ears od 8 work horses 2 No lmilk cows 2 calves 50 snotes 8 brood sows 1 registered Duroc Boa 1000 oushels corn 200 bushels rye 200 bushels oats 3 straw stacks 150 ba ea straw abut1O tons clover hay farming i implemenis consisting of plows harrows wheat drill roller binder 15 H P gasoline engine cutter and blower corn crusher two 2horse wagons 2 buggies gear audhjtrness of all kinds TERMS Thpaijdfwill be sold for onethirdcashremainder in If 2 and 3 years purchaser beutg required to ex ecutenotes payablejpne two and three years from Jan 1st 1916bearin g interest from date withlien on land to se cure payment thereof Purchaser being required to execute bond for the cash payment On Personalty aUSUMa un des SlOcaslvoVer tbataniount payable January 1 19J bankable note with security payable at either bank of Shep herdsville Ky bearing six per cent interest from date For further informatioi concerning land call on Marks Green Springfield Ky or on H H Shehan on the premise WIK1 Marks anddC A Green 4 Vr S M inpbeI1and las Roney Auctioneers Dinner on Ground t Warning Agaii st Ii IiDiphthria siued by The Stt Board I of Health t trt Diptheria in a fatal and epi demic form is officially reported rom so many widely separated sections and counties thatthis Board feels it to be its duty to- ounda note 01 warning to parents teachers and alt other lov ers of children of the danger whicn is likely to increase in cpol weather and to again call earnest attention to the recog nized methods o prevention y iicb are so saf practical and jiective if promptly and syste f1ticillyadopte thA family phyRicians teachctrsand health cooperatingthat reproach to whoever is respon sUle if the disoase is permitted target away from tno first case and attack others in the family or community In order to appreciate either the danger or the methods of prevention prop se it must be recognized that thisi a highly contagious and infectious disease spread directlyjjy thf seed or germs from the throat or nose of some one who has it or by persons or articles infected by such discharges Until the foregoing facts ore not only recognized as true but are In- telligentlYlic ed upon health officials and physicians know that a high sick and death rate must continue With a definate desire to do its full part in this health and lifesaving work this Board earnestly advises 1 Thatwhen a child has sore throat it should he placed in a room remote from oi J children until a Cumpuieut physician that it is nut contagious sending a spepimen to the Laboratory for doUtIwaitingto from thjazye1Johhepatches m the throat or other evidences of diptheria adminis ter at once 5000 units of antitoxin if in the first day of the attack and 7000 or 10000 units of later every 6 hours and at the same tima use 1000 units to immunize each exposed child or person The Board always keeps supplies of the best fresh antitoxin on hand which can be sent to county or city officials and physicians at 50 cents1 90 210 and 8 10 respectively forlOOO 5000 7000 and 10000 unt packages less than onethird the retil price to be paid for directly to the manufacturer 2 Notify the health officer at once as the law requires placard the house and keep all other children all haying the care of children and all w4ao go where children are away from it Keep all children of the house away from school or other children unless they are immunized with antitoxin and rigidly excluded trots the sick room No one but the jphysician and nurse + should theyI8 The discharges from the throat and nose are loaded with the germs or seeds of the disease and should be received on soft paper or cloths and immediately burned All table utensils should be boiled and all bed and body luen should be boiled or Im mersed for six hours in a strong solution of chloride of lime 4 This isolation of the patient and care of the room and of evefy person and thing coming out of it including pet animals tlh uldcontinue until the Laboratory findipgs show no germs in u aecpnd specimen or for a least ten days after alt symptons nave disappeared and until be has had a disinfecting batblIl cluding the hair and been clad from the skip out in garments which have not been in the sick room 5 After recovery or death all bedding and clothing should be rniture11edgesand with hot soap suds and after ten days pijfi ee ventilation night and day the room should be repaint edand papered Futnigatoo is a poor substitute forsuch thorough cleaning but tl4s free whitewashing may be used where the better way la impractical a j i IsItrapped in a sheet saturated in a disinfecting solution and buried without public service and In giving notice of the funeral ministerb and newspapers should announce that the death was from diptheriaand tbaJchHdreji and those who having t1e care of hildrenslouldnotattenct To be effective these precau vedJeeainwell children schools and community the benefit of all doubts Imperfect isolation asia destruc tion of the dichargesand cleans ingot the room nd its coatdnts or the tardy or halfhearted use t- iAnlassaa ru ed Iinto a false an dftek itOtti sensp aecurtty By order of the Board A TJ cbbKMACK eCiri Hogwallow News is8X1UneJqStet has told thepoateoaster to keep onthe lookontvlordt j A lizard froPtth Jfefferson Pot Jocks during 4hesetmon at Hog Ford last Sunday Little damage to the bedches resulted Luke Malbewsla fookhia fam fly Sunday and went to Muske dayHehis family but for an alfinx now and then Lukp Moth watalJ mule fell through acrLckIiu tbs Gimlet Creek bridge Wednesday morning and came neaiP drbwnine Luke will hereafter ride his larg mule FJimDillard who was sup posed to have passed away with stomach trouble in the Calf Ribs neighborhood last week was In Hog wairow this week and bought mere boINrlla sausage 4i iii4nlngton Ulckoeof our most venerable redder and a member cf the Methodist church Is under tha weather having caught cold while attending Baptist patizing Tat Hog For- last Saturday Grisby Hancock found a tot ot strange tracks in the dust oi he road one day this week and Waji EeptyfopabJe made by Poke Easley while learn ing to ride a bicycle Issao Hellwanger who bas been arguing with thepoatmaater at the postoffice for the past several weeks will now move over to the blacksmith Ibop andi again take up his dfscuialon of infant baptism wlttg ppcij Hicks Poke Bazleya COW atrajedpf one day this week and Ihoifh be has searched high aid low be has not neard frop her He will make an exhauaitye1 rchI for her tomorrow and will take trAitherbybyWnile Inspecting thegrJaVnilll ohfiNIsaaIntoJhe cOrn h9PJ1fr9491 asked that all wnV jkie a IInj riixpdswdaystrace of it Slim Pickens and a am from the Calf Ribs neighborhood ea gaged in a shooting aflraj Mo day of thia week The iiaB seemed to baye beep the aggrea sor and shot at HUm th ilalac but Slim bapregencofEjmd tf turu sidewise when the ahots bar ian coming his wny 5 FrSilI t desire to offer fur sale jitir ate1tmy farm conalat aa cAt 86 acres 2 miles east of Tathw Springs This farm IS iIs a gjtod state for cultivation BO acrea oi timberland land and plenty ej good tobacco land Haf go i house and all neceatary writ buildings Olose to taMl church Will sell reaaoBabiii tetms Jaooea M ifedger Harrodsburg KrrrI T FKidYeil Spr0glftldKy rr 2 hasfor sale 6 high grade to calVM illI May Iheitersdue ttt kit pTj 1WepiUha Up 4J- Edelea 4 BarWr If i Ij iri 4r11 J4 r wa i41 Wl jrV tA I f fItArI 1 p fI r 1 i I were first lfr al for fJ 3ii1 It I sscI17 MtaWWa Th yj1 rar 7 Ky =R Ck5toJItoro l ih 9q I J 1 j Wclfct t vpIrs3 ITI H Mlo ai i t f Barka 4 I Jt 1li TT T i g1Iwcs fil T llpstperiftoas whab3lUv lhf m Mlvesgood judges of hamtl tia ture gre dra ing heavily on theirl imaginHtion Ab4bj Jour IiJH Ok t Btc use a feVow iis ia favor of free Speech1 eemiked th m in otitbecarIbe shoald not try tto do ill the ialkingTo lo Jo Blade Miladi sayi it is alright tal 4bok ups mart8 bat infav raft but Wa tbeiriu bauerikeav fl erage that dikes tIe haIeM 1AbOut1 has for unimportant ijdooraiaU Pt bft D1pab fli Somebody called He atWmio 4 IP the hot tht the feUwjft4J alnJ I uT MWl lijever seems to have any iao Iii o1+lti Jhe Sc iI c iv ftIi 11 ellow WOO CoaffMH all l f hirpu niM to his bett giNivl1Je Banner h olduhiosbs4 I pbJch ia ei DMB ssper4edby teitpriticlili always ready lor ale Half rtbia world Wonders how tntio few fiajf can afford to keel atatoaoWlBstAlDany Jovniaj A heop clc t d hnpbaod kI voth teg more or Jesa tIn the liliitI jpartnerpf bts wife1 tronbUal oamrc1ApiIIThuWajr e a raaaa worW but wh n you ooze toexaains itI clpUljf itisarllf for WL Wiued1ack good or bad ibiiyths UI alot the operation of thlw of cepe salion Albany Joiirsal iI4a4vertiisg lot a 1Hn4ak a few ilOtoJtG i i reziarkrsrllng wiIo U IIOt1K wkI 1- ipc aid sotoct I41 iowmafUr iptpptr to reed 4f a bright si cdattBlMl li4 to talk toTbat ssisI7 b t tne way Boat wontM take im K tartamiig tf fchtjiMijutimt tJ hubB4 ihes b1tiwiiafter atpptr to i delphi Is4Li1ra isrer r4rrJf one ioeent Wlktf jtl- i1fnllty Ul IseM policy 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ttiasloeerI AgtiCNlttltr MAT L COMaiat t FR llaliitd Cettaariotner i T DOVTMITT a t ttTOVvT GRUJIDY- Y y IJ FteJNprMMititire l J L uiJi11 Lfr r 1yr 1 ft1iLSrtr For C rssMStwrsitit alp- wIjkPz4CML- rf lM E HOIEKT NQE = i ail s Edwiu P Atorrqw Re y f iiigaud tats for Goveror k s lIUHho Ties t y tie Opera HbuM was tilled for th vprpoe Aboat 20- Laad 0 cbiMr tt wera pm t aiWlbo 200 vptt s Lr jMorrew noati4 f fc nice dastj l ijiMeb thatabowinj he bad i 1rIiiLib lilkyaOtlllrfated CMj ati afLuI ltont whenn i nia trtDkttrwbOw rwtr the could jBtkcth iir jltfor tb nthe cplatfoftm t I IS ili M iiliInY1MurWNiII 1 t JJD EDWARDS 111 I j WYIIAdare threvote of Washington county at IJi o t4 ttr SPRINGFIELP t1 = 14 Monday October 25 i1 1 = AT 130 OCLOCK P MIIIMr Edwards is one of the finest orators in the country C =r i COME OUT AND HEAR HIM = 01 4 1TRAN1f TRNulM1 1TTNAMf ttm li1 t NFIVlMNi 9lntr = I Yet Mr Morrow comes to th people a man who bas alwa of the driest tyPeIt ii pinstrange that phone eve beardQfit until now His plat forn was practically dictated b himself a platform made by dilagates bat the Democratic platform comei through th voleof the people directl apktng through a primary Inv ice 40000 strong J3 Micfcrow a dry man wfiat aij okei what political buncombe a real five nephew of his uncle Bill whoWent to the United State Satiate by the money of th Whiskey Ring tbe votes whir woh for him being solpon keeper f Lbnisville and y tthe ipca Republican campaign committe rays through its paidadvertlsinj colamnin tha J8nii That Stanley is the can dit of the Whiskey People tberecai oe no doubt That thee whisks J people are opposed to the Count y Unit Law and will repeal o mercilessly butcher if possibli there can be no doubt Th shone would indicate that therl are 40000 more whiskey people In Kentucky than there are all others combined Stanley JI not only nottthe candidate of th Whiskey People bat fojtther r 1 4 j What About hlitt r 5totrhV4o t j l it f J laMsole agent Iiii SpruijtteU for such well known ekesf raM es aid fItetcrs as V1 J sf J Ilnct Glob Hpat r s14 f5Q r J Ranl stc 1f r II IIIHr tH Li1 8 rtB dllall abi Range c IaycafiiUitfclctf e chlirand of both heaters airf tinres k alS1yles siZes and at allpprices M4 w SlteyeyH your purchases Jtt stttl i the cMyNre prices J JiI Jlpl esr ins lndCastlnS i t l for Betters and R iet J amore he is not the candidate oft 3 t tlctt p arty alone sacs ted Men wh o cknow A Olstantey know that hale a man who leads and does y not follow The Democratic 1 platform reaffirms and reassert c itg ucq ualified aProvalloffbe- a County Unit Law which gives to v the people of each county that e absolute control over the vend i ing of Liquors This is ib platform tnis the pledge whie Mr Stanley makes to the pea pie of the State and w4 asserts without fear of truthful one tradictipn that no man can say p then A O Stanley lies eves r been sound unfaithful to bis promises They slander andl abuse littbutwhere oh where can an unclean dollar be trace d to bis hands i Hon H V McCheshey in hf s rspeech at Lawrenceburg took a decided stand for the ticket H r saidIHI have come to Lawrence e burg tcday to urge the Demo 8 racy of this county to foliow their usual custom and vote tbE straight Democratic ticket a 8 the coming election Before en e tering into a discussion otthl issues of the campaign howeve The Ladies Contest popularityoiice fetyour friends io vote for you and win one of the raluable prizes 23000 prizesusefulevery woman will be proud of Call at my store and talk with us about this contest 1st PRIZE Phaeton and Harness Value 15OOO 1 2nd PRIZE Malleable Steel Range Value 6000 3rd PRIZE Ross Oil Stove Oven Value f2OOO RULES OF THE CUTEST i Any woman or young lady 16 years old or over a resident of Wash ingtonor adjoiAing counties can enter the contest by registering their names at this store 2 Votes will be given on cash sales and accounts collected A coupon representing one vote will be given for every cent paid onabove transactions 3 No member of a family connected with this firm will permitted to vote in this contest or to enter as a contestant 4 Alt votes deposited in contest Ballot Box will be counted for con- testantonly as voted and no contest an andnturn oVer irfe Votes cast for them to- nngtfieronfestantt willbeVashingtofirm or any eontestant being present at the count The selection of the judges to be made by a majority vote of the contestants yyA 7 i ImpleiMttifl iCMHitivt3 aims nfftunitus oe rte for each one cent paid will be given the purchaser Stt yfir4rkpi ad nitre tiieiis Hvote fif yiw wfceii 4hey make their purchases he- reI k IaA O i KIMBALL R fR 4 rliwi 4 rSitrtiuWA l Mie ftor tlk1 iaentloned above if seen fit However I r s hreel that a word of itlon IS in order bath J iotrOduI1I1 po myself and out df to ttie views of the this county who supported me in the receni Slate primary The result of the pr mary pas not changed my views a single w it- lontbe big question that was in volved in that campaign I re gard the legalized manufacture liquorshState and country and the ac ticity ot the liquor interests in politics as the most pernicious and harmful influence in our public life And I do notse any hope to render these con df I tions except through prohjbi flop and this can come only lIt through en amendment to cur leadsIIIIIsee a Statewide prohibition y amendment submitted to a vote el of the people and as the Democratic party nas writen time temperence laws now on our statute books I expect to st e it have the honor of submitting e this great question to the peo t pie for final settlement h But so far as this election is a concerned this question has been r settled The issue was hubrait ihed to the Democracy of the moIjoritythe time to submit the question t jfaitbj mocracy and for this campaign the majority has spoken and every Democrat should vote the straight ticket1 The above shown that Mr Mc Chesnefy is no quitter and that he has no sore spots because he has suffered dtf qaj In his mite Iv good natured way he says that jthe wbiskey question is eliminated for the time being Ed Morrow says Barksdle Hamlett spent forty dollars lot automobile hire and two dollars and sixty cents for meals onJt Pullman while traveling but wht Morrow forgot to say that on that trip Hamlett asII collect 100000 in back tax s from the Southern Pacific Rail WOMEN FROM 1 45 to 55 TESTIFY ToilieMef fit of Lydia Ep hams Vegetable Corn- poundduringChange inU1 of Life IthroughI pains in my back and Side and was so hardlydo I have taken Lydia table EPinkham8 VegeII it has done of ggoI will re Commend your medf icinq to my friends- andgivoyoupermis sion to publish my teshnoniatMrs LAWRENCE MAR TIN 12 Kirig St Westbrook Mainea ManstonWJs At the Change of Life 1 suffered with pains u my back alsohadmedicinebuttie of Lydia E Pmkhams Vegetable Compound I began to improve and I continued its use for six months The pijins left me the nlght sweats and hot cctlasbesdifferent woman I know I have to fid thank you for my continued good health IlIanstona The success of Lydia E Pinkhama Vegetable Compound made from roots and herbs is unparalleled in such cases If TOR wart special adrioo write to Lydia EPlnkkttatMedICIYe Co confl ljlatlal lyaa ifku Year letter will 13j be strOJE1J t Bt1ac 9111 J r 1 Store Me rlautr of IShirts Outing Pajaramas work Coat SuitsI A new lot of Coal Suits They rffttfirdtlve style qualit acd priced IIt- o Diagnols 18 15to to Broad Cloths to Serges 12 to 25 I You will ml very of tha above I Womans and Childrens Coats ih new man nish Wovety effects Corduroys Pfnsli and Astrachans at prices t I 10YtGouts Chevoet and Novelty Mi IChildrens ck plaids from fo I r I 1 1800 to 9x12 1800 road COIL pnoy due to Park graded school dfetr ct ybedy find 100000 duus an vijl i will give them than Hamlet t From the Republican comeS tbe report the Uepubliciins1 and ovir nee and apathy year land Morrow under the winner early Ilndshowem where wrong L r trv r has sale good jiatiye ews jCLOTHING I t y 1 verybodvpknows headquarters for Yon Men and Mens OtothiuR aTsoeveri thing Jftente Furnishingsk Hart haff uitsanqJv rcoa s Wellworthsut3 and j Overcoats from J Frat Suits and Over from A Boys Knee Pants Suits and Overcoats Globe flr tadies and Reisfoi MeQland Duofold tle business and folio well mattes Florshe1 Beacon Knox for men Smitn and We s S line Bias brnad 25 25 20 35 anti coats brand Boys Itnown Jl IIb12 V6Ivtts 00 2000 6x72 300 to4OO 9x12 Crex 800 I Tapestry 1000to I r H l t i ia fe I r I j J J I I i 1 mS sr wla bash taxes icolectir we snore spec oq that trip in that Demccrafic con this to Ed wira Vote theyre C Bfaliy SpriagjtiBld for 00 j weare in S errx for nH ing B 25 00 4 that you stole the lout of brend yuinun Irls Nothing your honor If win lace Chicago Herald n to NeW York ilut CJwr t trap- Harsh Cure DtI ljbT pit got a bad head tthis reI61 sorry ar Jd trope vpuIl be able to shak tt abputr pipe tp i fi l 20 to I in 15 to If 5 ro his Ladle RainC8tSoII and sizes to 15 I jLJnderwear Ohijdren- Rbbt profe- sional rrShQES Seriiiig I3ittikenI it 1 P Gloves Oi f tf Rfc W 8atb Robes If Vests V 111 ra ticCoats S and for ry and n MOilS High Top ShoesWilson Pantan Ferguson McKinney Boot Stl1tS I attractive I 16 Axministars Mens cotWliitc t r IvaMB Preach to 128 36inch Storm eiges 50c toY V riff26inch checks anti plaids HOC iU01 3Tlnc1ii Taffetat Silks +v Silk 85c to v j3Ul 57rnch Plaid 811S d I C 40 inch Crfinw fl Pf etc aiifrirh I 27inch i V2 i the neW cloak I f I Big sav k and plan white and leids to r50 Fine 76wO Bt au1lful Wool la White and ti t L i t I I r r oraatise ramrsseorasr r s r i itrrta 1 l Highland LoaisvilIe Democrats it Statione f brrrkfastlIre taorriiiif riVhyt yourstove Eddlen 23arber- t a X40 iIOio20 3tol5 260 FurnisMng- B t I Fancy Mscntanaw It atwenter OltSl allcolors styles Ladfes fIMen ChildrerlIJ bifts artantii rcI Kerseysuitselill ootces Poplins pricsoniapY 250 headquarters aWapntatietti RNecJnvearr Dress aoblJs Ioiincii Stormrrgos100tqY 48incli ergesl00 Hi hovelty MesaMne 1OOtoY t rQQ- 30incb 1 Corduroys 1a40inchPoplins colorings 1 Blankets amd Comfdrt koi IlIAts Cottifort3 Flneli rJt BlankeIt1 b51 i I NapBlanket 1I1 RClgS1and Ll11oleums m Axmtnisteih I3ux72L ICLEANUP PRICES ON LACE CURTAINS WAflPAER4c lOikl Cuiineliam 000caniI ir I IJ BoSaldiu JUl1geWllntbare kloptomnnlabut eagiz SolLritrwlitifrPnrrti orJt fi1c 11R R1lT1tR 11t 1- tIIIII t t 0- 1NSUA ttt J t i t EriiZ8t M i i1 Iit i Successors toSFAIliIG cRIiSSSU r IVEVERY KIND EVE HER l Your Busing les clfillf iciltf tt0m5 rM o L FT T A JiOtN r edI Jltcj T1ilTiliiirMl1t M la ckiwerrael 1nuri r ifi4 ibo1te4y or JteR 0 Brown frneFo JSJtLfiTwo Poland China Ttar GL Wbarton 4 hoi S1iA fine Pboeni Palm Mr Margaret Peter t Q Llrady Springfield r t 3 a fdr iale one long yearling roam Shorthorn bull There will ba a Pre Supper Friday nigh at the Valley Hill cnqoihOuseOctober2nd jni the Marion Circuit Conrt Jut week Riley League of this pre was granted a divorce ofa Ada League J Lqtfc On the streets offspring iilLbcttenl days ago a pair of nose glasses enclosed in a case with name Latta Optical Mfg Co Finder will return to tbiomce and rBceiveretvard JThf ladies of the U D C wilt kiTe a pie supper and masqurade I afice et the Walnut Street Theater Wednesday night Oct 27th AdfiJlisIon Scts Everj body inyited j i 1Ie Womans Cltibv will serve a County Court Dinner Mond- ayfoprtkv purpose the es Ubiibiaent for apnbllc Library J fortuVcom ty A good dinner i t wipbi served and everybody i wiilfet tfceJr ironeys worth r Starting with next Sunday qrintleRev J O Gaily oft Alabama formerly pastor of Jj Sprintneld Baptist church will assist Rev J Powell Tucker n1t conducting a 2 weeks series of meetings Brother Oally needs nOiintroducUon to the people of SpTngneld and Washington iSlxtendtl i the membership in giving Broth i efCaUi a royaltJ elcome Be j will preach Sunday morning at lltfclork and Sunday evening at 730 and very morning and evening during the next two iweeks The membership is e A i eciaUy urged to be present on Uext Sunday mornJng atSunday fI oJScbqol where Brother Cally I1lulake talk liee pte of the town and i poaqiy will learn with egret i that Rev YfAIWof who baSffofeen pastor of the Chr u churcbIor tbq pit seven years wIIFlte in a st6rtjima for Littie Rock In Bourbon county 1 KtVllt he wiUT te pator of ai church Rev Wolf an p his excellent wife cainer hero wen t tVeryjbodycontinued onjfy a sort time 2J1 theIrini JLand get er us dispo- itiontowd attsects made the pe p18altk lUnir Btqnafutatce BoitfRev Wo land hN wife arej tireless workers iii all chute matters and yet thv work fn such a way as to siv no cffeuse loiioi one who differs from ihcm White weregret lodng Um ndI his wifx yet we iau say to pfpp1epf Little Rnckth it belI bi hfefet ci1mmendat n of people goes with him ui his I 1cbltA political speech Is of iiflezetnu1ess th speiker JitlleI r some personal magnetism about Icro T T- TLoc1 iIiioiNiiiIH iNtNM flaflIns si NMHI i TIeWIistd ItMAT TOPICSSoSott 1 VI to hear a speech deliveredI by a rear orator and one who is able to bring into his speech that enthusiasm which make even bimIeel1gHon James P Edwards who Will appear at the Court House next Monday County Courtday Be is one of the most successful lawyers of the State has been employed in practically every important ciimioal trial in Lou isvillefor many years And be sides his ability as a lawyer and orator he is a very excellent gentleman We have beard Lim before and know whereof we speak wheh we say that be can deliver the goods Court Commences Monday The regular term of the Wash ington Circuit Cout will con vede Monday There is quite a large equity docket at tbistarm there being 39 cases The ordi nary civil docket has on it 25 cases among the number bejnu several damige suits for person al injuries The criminal dockets fairly large however as quite a number of indictments found at the last term were tried out at that term the third day in dictments will be considerably less than they would have been Wa is particularly true of tb bootlegging cases against local booLleggers The pnrciple case on the criminal docket is the case of he Commonwealth ys Dick Kee1ipgIor the murder of Frank Casteel is set for Thursday of the second weeks November 4th Centennial Celebration Tne Church of St Augustine 3 in Lebanon is this week celebrat ling its Centennial Father Nerinckx having established St Augustines in 1815 On Sunday morning high Masses were sung at 7 and 10 oclock AM Fath1 rer J 0 Kearns delivered a sermon on Marion County and Bishop Spalding delivereJ a sermon on St Augustines parish On Sunday afternoon the laymen held a meeting under a large tent the principle speakers being Judge Sam Boldrfck of Lou isville Di Irvin Abell of Louis yule and W W Spalding Mr poemonIMattingly is a son of Mr Slick Mattingly has achieved considerable renown as a poet A number of appropriate hymns were rendered by the choir On Monday the Consecration of St Augustines church by Rt Rev JOSdpt Chartrand was the prin cipal feature of the day Relig Thus services and oratory pre vailed until the close on Tuesday evening The people of Lebanon are tto be congratulated on the fact that lIl 1ldingIinthe city being decorated JPBRSONAI Mrs Joe Smith of Louisville is vijiting this placereoreolatlvesat Mrs S of Louis yule visited her parents Mr Mrs R JCarrico this week laud W F Trusty and Messrs I II 888888 8888 8 SISIS SIS PUBLIC SALE oF SO ACRE FARM Live Stock Implements thohigeestbIdderon Lebanon road on I Saturday November 81915AT 130 OCLOCK P M Our Farm of 60 acres This farm has on it a good 5room cot we1l4lots4 I1cr rye One of the most deiirable homes around Springfield ne3yearoldbayJ1orzeblackmflcy colt five oldl black yeartinemonths old calf registered Duroc Jersey sow 1 2horse wagon 1 fof WafW good as new I mowing machine 1 disc bairow 1 five tooth caUryator 2 double shovel plows 2 sets wagon harness com jfitto Abdut29Q pure bred SC Jl L Red hens pulletts and oaekera4sfas iae Terade known on dayo sale RC NFALElloBLITrLC- 4MPE14t8 Auctioneer s st ssel i jj r r V k L c 0 I Only I 16 Days + Mott l s4 J z ivci I i 13 i i Of Our Gigantic Clothing Sale tvr FP t t TIIf1 Bargains we are offering are japidly reducing our llarge stockV If you want thebarfain ffYyourlife4t dont miss lyii ltf 1P iiWe Are Selling I Regardless of the COt goodoseasons Suits and Overcoats Hats and Shoes go in this sale 4Come see and be convinced that we will save you 5 to 750 on your Suit or Overcoat and or more on your shoes or hat We are anxious to show you our price will do the rest i 25 Suits arid Overcoats + Go for i 20 Suits and Overcoats Go for+ i+ i5Suits arid Overcoat Gofor I 12 qo Suits a andOvercoats + Go for t OercoatsVtei Overcoatsty S165o s5os1ooo 698 t We have some Odds and Ends at about your own price X All our Mens 125 an4 i Shirtto in this sale lorQQ0 Lot of4ns JSOftIShirts detachable collar for68c Cti All Menl and Boys Underwear at reduced prices l f f in Lace ++ Wall 1 S ++ + + ++ +e+ + ++ l I will s I Campbell anl John Kelly were in Sunday Mr Allen McElroy ol Leba non was in torn vesterday Miss Regina Kudd visited relatives iin Lebanon Sunday F W Gray of Woodlawn was Tuesday Misses StentFau her and Vivian Nally visited relatives in Hardstown laab L Mr Joseph Price spent Sin day in Louisville idr Jame and visited Jrieuds in Sunday MrS M C one week7 Mr Brtlie Bards own was one lastrwreefc Mr was in town Tuesday Polly Paatr of here yesterdsfy IMr J 4 Coltman the week end in iJouisvill Miss Grace Jeffries was in S odayI 1 Our Mens 610 Shoes C QO go otl 4IWO Our Mens 500 WalkI Over Pid Crossed Shoes Q QQ go for 4 O WO QQCrossettOur Mens 360 Finej Shoes fr gofpr 4I 2 48 Boys Shoes of all kinds go in this sale at at Bargains Carpets Rugs Mattings Linoleums Curtains Draperies and Paper RobertsonGlaybrooke ColD+ + Horses Wantedf 11 be in Springfield I Saturday and Monday IIi IOct 23d and 25th 1we1 11 John Jewell Earl Bardstpwn Mr here Lorena week Parrott mother Bardatown mpbelwasIn Louisville day Matttnglyof here day CburleyMurryf Lebanon Miss Bardatown- WHS spent BardatowA 750 498 Hanan OnrM Reduction + Tatham springsI A5 news is somewhat scarce I am afraid my letter W11 not be welcomed but will try and d- Ote best Ican The little 18 months old daugther or Mr and Mi Bill Deadman has been dreadfully sick but wti are glad to say is a deal better togreat wo hope hear of its jrecbye y back to health in a short while Little Johnie Burkhead son of Mr Jodi Burkhead underwent an operation of the tonsils Saturday John is doing as Well as coul be expected Mrs Earl Reed of Willisburg spent several days with her grandparents here last week ffMr Ivan Carey and family of Louisville have returned home I after fewweeks visit with relatives here I Mrs Rogers and cbijd- iren I have returned home after a wqeks visit with parents and fiends Mr Will Grider and Miss Effie Durr daughter of Mr and Mrs Isaac Durrwere united inI marriage last Sunday at the home of Mr Grundy Dennis The groom is 38 and the bride 14i HarrodsIburg friends bere gotherinKIhickory ing is the order of the day will bring my letter to a close wishing the people a great success in their work they are accomplish jug Roy E Warner Secures Dif tripling Right For White Star Motor Oil The Roy E Warner Copjpany 928932 South Third street has secured the ex clusive distributing right for White Star motor oil and greases lathe State of Kentubky The Fore Company in its huge plant at Highland Park De troit maintains a wellequipped lab yrtary and a chemist with trained as cistants who are continually at work trying to find the idea motor oil lor use in Ford arsThey recommend to purchasers of ther cars amotoroil Ing sold by the White Refining Company ofpetroit Lobelson White Star cans bear tnls statement This oil is used by the Ford Company its factory and all its branches We worked for thre years inour labpratory in conjunction with the White Star Refining Company experts before we found the motor oil now bearing the label stating it is beingr used in the Ford plant4 said J P Uobart head of the service department of the Ford Company in an interview in the National Petroleum News We believe that this oUas it is being made by the refining company at present will give the best general results whet used in our cars The greatest difficulty the Ford people have encountered in finding a suit able motor oil for general allaround use in their cars was in hitting upon an oil that would not congeal in or accol11ingtoMr problem was more difficult to solve for his company than for most automobile mahufacturing concerns because while it was necessary to finda xnotoo oil that would not freeze Bttoo low a temperature itwas gigo necessary to find an oil thatwould not retafc its sealing qualities at a rather high tempature because Ford engines are known to got pretty Jiot during bard aJ 1 sorrel l14month L I Asparagus garden HF P While we Reducing our Stock oill set 4qGoods we IHi r 1 1 r Sate on v r I Ladies Suits Cloaks Wwte fI c Corsets SiUti Wtttl y tEtc Ji =JUST RECEIVED a liRe t and Mtets MNi PRICESIOrIMssaie have sale a complete line Goiii1asd r Bol1tbn iCorsets tl Our f Fall and Whiter DryG4s kis tceived offer special pnu itt 3 At 51398 SI79T8 sad 135- I They ttprth dibble a Iffk ijiefi i1 attachments and uaranteed f c Mens 3300 Hats Newest StylesQ r uo for y Mens EO 300 Hate Good Style L Mens 25o foruHats Newest Fall Styles One Lot Mens oO Hats Fairly Shapes Ieo for U One Lot Mens 300 280 Hats Last seasons styles Koibrf 248 t98 198 100 Boys 150 and Hats for 50c Mensand Boys Soc Cups sale 39c Large Assortment of Trunks ster i Sntt S t and Hand Bags at Special PricfSs t + + + + 4 + + + a Collie usage l r = r if 10 it PUBLIC SThLEll t rw will on the premiw buttbree miles from JEastTxm o a i 0 S IHiUUtUl0 r 5 44 1 i u S J y AT 1030 AM I v l r f sell to the highest bimier oUr farm 9S tsSaW N Mte e has on a good new room house with two porcht ajncTall n cm + ry outbuildings oodtobit co barn ytflxsAfl This i kI M wnshWes Hays farmand l mostly in grass and In8qdnlh and close to school and church and one of the best rlj county Has telephone in the hpuse L J7 p 7year old sorrelmarel with colt by i bay 6yeawoldi with by aide 1 6year old horse 4years old Ijpotted horse 6years old r Il 9year nOne 1 mule 1 bay Syeafa old old jack jennet in foal 1 jersey 4 v 1 jnoridis TREESr Fruit aba Shade Tree Grape Vines Roses Phlox and everything We Nave Get our llh11eneyer SO US Lexin lion DRWF over Hay don AiTber fentarwork liabJfprlo All work guaranteecfv are J are INCREASINGrourStotks Cq 2 J Dress Gotds Dress Trimmings rToswnf f k3 Underwear new of Y andcioa3tSPECtAL 1S We on ft istock of i J te and we wIll soia 1W 1 iiu Ji S Guaranteed Sewing IIch1N are take tht are w y tfs it tFall for go Good and 51501 lot of IA go in at C The Springtlold + + last Star tI JGf 2 containlriff J it 6 is is farqwwjJn i tide mare colt mare old mare mare cow nb lor it at all roo J ERSONAL l UIJ1iT heifers ii yearling steer Jjersey steer weigh about 9001ba III Pow4nd8pg 2 sowa f 15 shotes1eigkfrom9O to JttOlbs 112 horse wagon 1 disc harrpw mower gotj as new 111 tobacco setter 1 breaking pld aidoubleafaoVeV 1 T lJo 21korseI S 1l ii 1t7t ltNIHMk fiijJ bsa4s ci t l5Qbitiksls oCjJ q44Ilf d4s- o f t i I Mlkelt d i i i W1 r it i TERMSOn land one tHirdiub remainder 2 Sand 4 yoafs Oa psonaltyflhsm tamount on a credit of 12 vS f f t LAWRENCE BROS ff- H Ir ji CAMPBELL Arctitwer LftC1IYSd jyJ lr Sh Rhubarb Peonies Orchard Lwn- and Nt AeMs Free Catalog KyI TRU- SiDENTIST Office Ladies Jf1t almost 3 EcCormick i vIJJ N1u1esWe JJ IDadjDt ij CbtiU CO D4 P Jo Purchase J09 MuleI5 1d 10 years 1d WCje JOE KIliIG itFBI 1 HAMliETTS REPLY Tft L P MORROW Coalitnu H tt prleoarfi- rib etc tlfM V dsftltttdlla ut- bs s- rnr a d Ws sS 1 may f tht slid tte tIMM 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IImtR r Q 1c T t ft 4 tfi t 0 JirMklMt the ikturc eta warraat a ilk =1111 p rtiM 1e sa walriak irj rt K tht sebed thud Xt k i ht M thtra1 fttsad efJCtlfl liti ftlJ se itI Ii lMt tlr IA f 1113A elle al r3J1 a 1itwW we Irwit iesluuti t =tdliealli110 AgKagr- ttali N e hr al ra rt tot t kujJttiid et 1littaoby whlcbth C UJi Ilthea A Iawrb LsJLa I DtRpk s s i y i aw1= II ckttP Teai4 ac c IOK c Charge t J G craWl ii- fj d NAecotd r to agretaat wIF foratterlng sit et F ar ttThis M hM s Jwelh1l kryM du capl Wtltti r 1 JILl lrl tiia f vkkk dIM S IhItIIEJi ttiiu tt the SHpta pockt ker Y t4t b UIe n1re Mlvh fie rtsd Mtr fief tkk j r WI tinr 1i ter tn1 f f iiM uutna ao1a tie same Dr JSruacr who presided t nt Ute deaUnftrrnhe ns w 4 fuBct Commercial BanjfeaM TfcaatiCo of Louisville TotctJtoaBViioris d Sofae this d 1Ie Flu Co tutlom u olf sad ttacia this t Ioa- l Its K tke fl MCM l KM Ji t natrC attfj trio Is the Zipltbllcos a1He Hr uptiatatieat of FwMie iMtruo t tWj ifti that ke it atet irjto iU an a11 hirdllcPtirate kM MM fed at the P101iJlccifta e Yeattielty kf UM hinds ot Demo true tier years ac a professor In f KfHMl Jkkeol at Bowllmg fexfrtalMf Mwr wt Charts Nw rferria C to certain Items In lSfr Me rrira JfcwlWGrw speech J e wit HB for Boater car service presentIpre 0 this ItA lmistratlonf that this fjUratlolaKetuckKrtkat this ezfKNue for motor car serve toM ever4 a period of rapre than lir JitoItUI ao4 that tkls service wasI xiierii till ytur kumtle servant as la ntii ot SekMli and asp a publicl mo7titiMiqbidock rektadatiotr sad moralee 1U White ckeol system of tke ftfitt Ai a TiIMtlt et the expenditure K ihdtweiey tkcre tec Mea more tMiteC sad aelUc of ezaailBatioB 18M U Atrtsad eiitated He rfetstaa Hem ot 45 for taxi rcar sWrices IB tke city of Louisville firiaMwa tkat tkfaiwas pfd asotolleJ fkrtfa ia Bustoaaary taut that Iit cot awtaretKhetW duk sad winter I1lc1tta in ih ofmarJMM la the HIcklaBC Park tlrad MM I IHtrkt roes tk Sputkera Pa tits XallrMd Coapany The records itsashtkat this poaeywas recovered en pcpfd over nn account pf the efforts oda presecuCant1itet 1285 on account of two mealsl easdlalgcar betwees Frankfort an Piiueafa1 piiNPaducahlawhirl covered a period of three days aUit thetailfuteof which Ute State today jpreud Om account of a call and a JHBuians from the Lltingston County Circuit Court demanding the service rMiyour humble servant and the speak bFi iB a case Involving the prosecution n SchoolsjVlJktfelLtoN M the State and county and the aMMmr was recoyerea N fcIf G O F Extravagance L F M to s k briefly of some lit t1ltJttieaee Biauer Incurred under the jUpukllcaii Administration In 1910 there TiM pawed aM Apt at the the Rpublican Governor allowIng tkia Qorcrmec 3000 for the entertain Jeit0 a National Governors Confer yitr at l kti rtt button account of iMIM K J fti Ipr the bill this ez psee was decided to be a per 11e1i1t tkatLittq lc but let us see hOW the fltsrlsxele1expended by Republicans Ora Juae 21 1910 there was charged tetllt 4 2900 for one trip toIletfa aii rctura Jujo 295712 for strip to see bin Root efelt lo Louis Tifiv aailkifola an Item of 23 fen soeals car baggage cab po tertacti as4an item of onejQve cent street t car tareJj I find on October 29 an JteJf 4Ulf for trip from Louisville ta BewiiBt Greea for th purpoee of mak SckeoltIff Green trip that this RepubU tai piIjQffntjt I pees over many items similar tb futnsthe allI rvti e sad hst I feel the present GOT vNr 3a Y Mecreiry would co tin U H kvls M of a purely soot aaUt aad not chargeable to MT expwec fttd allowed by firs State I fad tkat he charged uotbTef five eewt itniliCCltar and 65 cents for t jrWttr or Dceaer 13 and la ddf tlok U reaanfsteaTv d puYcurNeteeautoai heaaAd account of coot t lttM t ju Urr Next I find a thong of 25 cents fpr a telegram here given verbatim London Kentucky No jjreaak rj5 Miss FrankafertKY Ilsele 735 F I C Tell Mansion Augustus E WHlsori On January 10 the same official VaSPald 64i for entertainment of visitors and their wIves at tke Louisrille Country Club wklck occurred on December MO pf lor to this date April 18 1911 t fMfO paid to the Capitalf Hbtor Car C0mpaar for one trip January 27 11112616 tr one 3unerwl design Dd eaprew ckarxw They not only divert tha school funds of Keatocky and dls bwae Cheat tkrough an undertaker but UM tke general expeaiture fund for tke purchase of a funeral design to ke lli etdalpoa Ute Riper Of tYe dead blutl aMtgBUU e as I am doing I ilTf you ttteitw bfl t tour coamoa sears typeJtetktrapdulftypedesk j the origiaal contractor soft made youeta me oa ki te porcklse pt furalture Il t RepiYlicanL 2ypowrltMrl Dintoe1 anotker taa Tfc 14 eltasy office la tin 0011 W tkft Superintendent of PifSUe ItMrrettot ttej paid M foiU 1fto s Od dolt 1f leas debit 130 ate satall revolving bok CUe J50 ij one easy chair fri0 o softtug idelan soft I1M e aict4la fC i li Iuand the oicrt et LrDc trUiI tartthat CJetlthaMe9 j f oakdesDeeGl qtheMwrV w OM Mattop desk 2301 M jMla i150 ofie revolving book ukelkm e psite typewriter desk 217 lWo K Secretary tIr tiMyDe tt ItU lIOtiaUc e as a4s of flollarKf6r tats or time 1U uaviiCp to mention them I do find agate Jor Dr Bruners office two more typewriter desks 1344 not listed separately and one wardrobe for this Secretary of State 79 For the Assistant Secretary of State I findi typejrriterxdesk 172 aadf one urn krtllaVaclr 390 One woodcpi bencH for the lobby of the Audits officCr 4760Inthe Treasurers office one fat t aeaat 220i caQ so1I top desk lIareasY chair 185j and many otkiirVcostly aijd expenslye items I laa ar esk for the Librarians office foiv177 I find three easy chairs at 8500v and a great manjroftwhat they tty e as side chairs thatambunt to 1Mu nclof d9ll rs I do not know what slde chairs are Intended for but ribakt if Uietels sufficient space In ihe entire State Capitol td afford stbf ieroom for ally tit the tilde chairs bought and paid for under this He icansii John Jones who earn their bread by the sweat of their brow pulling the plow line over Llze through hot sum nit 3Suchservltohlblted Iii the famous Pennsylvania Uipitol graft disclosure I find these Republicans bought a aura ber of chairs at a most exorbitanti rEvextra help charged to the Democjats at the present timeand I find another Item of 376 for easy chairs that ate never tiedon any occasl9n and four re sofas amounting to 560r I find an Item of 1700 for an unnamed num l1nyamouptiofmoney etc jMr Morrow has referred to anyite of drjnklng water The 1matelymlnlstratfoIL preceding the iprestfnC r t2UteJ frlgerated water filtered ondrefrjg crated it isea wellknown faUNIr tnatt111sVasandtaUuJc4nnlUtat filtereded or refrigerated water to any Depdrt ment In the State House I consider just as much my right under the aadso crates with Wore wawon hot summer ys when pm ng the nfcoole between the house if 700 A M and 12 00 at midnight as any other Department In thatdit has been customary among nosfppeoffices to purchase and provide clrliik g water ust as they have purchased and provided lIce and other Bnall ne cesslties incident to the conduct of ese officfcuit the expensfe of theists e aPrkntlntr Placed fay a Commission Mr Morrow refers to printing bljls and printing contracts he mentions an Item ot 6000 paid In 1912 most of which was contracted for under a Republican administration and paid for by tho present administration This Is therefore it part of the deficit left by the former Republican admin strtlon He states that all the print- Ing in the Department of Education traa contracted for by the State Sup ldtendenta statement he knows to la false The State Superintendent of jnrlsdlctfe fa printing contract Hg Mr Morrow knows that the law provides for a Printing Commission composedof the Governor the Secretary of State tthe Auditor of Public Accounts the Attorney Generallandl the Treasurer and that all printing contracts let for the Department of Education have been subjected to the scrutiny and are di rectly under the control the State Printing Commission as provided bylaw He insinuates extravagance in the matter of the amount of prlnti doneb this Department Mr Morn odorses in his party platform free textbooks free printing and a seven months school term end yet vlctou repudiates all of theift in his speech Printing Sent to Every School In State During the presentt Administration there have been sent free tp the pea pie oC Kentucky Democrats and 1le alike more than a hall pieces of printed matter that have been in a nature sent to them free textbooks We cite for stance the State Course of Study schaprpad dition to this we cite the Arbor Bird Day Book 25000 copies of which have been distributed this year free to the people of Kentucky and which has done more for the conservation of our natural resources and seta m shed more in behalf of the comer ratios of our forests than all else dos In KentuckyThis o to the people hundreds of thousands of pamphlets bulletins and books In cluding the valuable History of Edu cation In Kentucky and the Officio Manual of Kentucky all of which have been gladly received by the people and for which this department haJ b en most cordially commended The cost of these publications is but a triO receivedbyno apologies nor any defense to make for any publications lSsuedoranr thisdepattmpeople it has been paid for by the people and the accruing benefits have been received by the people GO P Printing Order We wish to note however for t enefit of an unsuspecting public that a adrnllstrattone otJamest GovernorapegofPrimt ordtoby Printing Commission dlj setting the Commissioner of Public t pu1lcatiano certain parties not having the Stat contract These parties represented ercertain Individuals were presumed to be the InterStato Publishing Co The contract for the printing of these bulle LowhJsuperintendent d presented to the subsequent Democratt Jc admlnlstratlo for approval an payment This was the first Informs ttbn which the nw Printing Commls composed ot James B McCreary his associates received pt the fact their predecessors had the Superintendent of Public Prlnti to let a contract to persons othjr th regular Contractor Lit is a we known fact that Mrr Lewis was call before the Commissioners to czpla xhy the contract price Job oY prthetar State contract The uparl- 7PadenfSVas Lg rMulred t6 furnish as e w regalState e 9a JJiihltebJnr Company was t S 4 S ft1F F l11 l1 111 IFIr 1J C MC JSaC 1t 1 l1 lt wv 1j rUELIC Ii I Li1 t fiJ OF 3 c R LANE- m t1 t r WUrSugint to anorder of the United States Districtf i matteri f gp q = will as trustee of the Bankrupt estate onI MondayY = 0Octobercf0bef 25 11915af 11 P ro iI1t J f r t the Goupt ttouse Door in 5prie field Ky t vi i t Sell to the highest bidder 330 acres of fine farm lands comprising what is known as the ifi R H Edelen farm and situated on the Lebanon and Springfield turnpike half miles from Springfield Washington county Kentucky said turnpike oncorufdividing the farm into two parts of approximately equal size J J The tract lying onthe Western side of the turnpike is equipped with excellent frdehouse large barn and all other necessary out buildings f v barnAll is f7fJO well watered having creek through both divisions and produces corn wheat and Burley i 7 tobacco well Its location on the pIke connecting Lebanon and Springfield the matt j yty travelled and best kept road leading out of Springfield or Lebanon makes it particularly y r desirable stock farm t as a vi CONDITIONS Tefarm will first be sold in two tracts as divided by the turnpike and thenasr a Iifwhole and the highest bid accepted aTERMSThe sale will be for pniethird cash the al ePayableinone ariditwo years in equal isi stallments notes to be executed thereforwith gqodsurel1fo be approved bythe111Jstee and Court u aai e19lien to be retained therein on the said land till the wiole of the purchase money is paid i lFor further information write or see t BENt 11111 f aIMMt I 64r JJgTrustteQf RH w Bdelen Bankrupt Springfield Ky rJ J J J = t4 It i ft = aDtcharging 1i15J fur vwiut mo v s through Its regular contract would be required to pay SUT6578 It wasalso- e found fhat county report No4 which under the special contract amounted to 170200 would amount to only 109300 under tho State contract as would have been lot by a Democratic administration dad a Democratic Printing Commission The Democrat Jc Printing Commission refuged to pay byRepubltcanapublican beneficiaries and oared the State on two items ll6l72 It Is also a notable fact that this special cortTict Vs ct artaret and cnn not be found In tau Afllce of the Suporln tend entoC Public Printing Turns the Light Qn how my trloDlIs tliero Is nothing r sunlghthave before me facsimile copies and photographs taken from the originals eot all pf these Illegal sets 1 need not refer to the fast Uhllt- Mr tf blorrour baa himself adnrtttcd his false statementt and error in rog the balance that he alleged to rdtI 01s01 a statement Secured Seven Month ctiool Term houevcrns actotfustgessbydid arbitrarily oa account of what I j conceived to bomy authority as execu live state that I would declare a seven months school term I was Immedi ately advised by the proper legal au coulddj meat Then I did declare n 450 per capita the largest that had ever been declared before In the history of Ken Lucky and every teacher In Kentucky pallragLeglalatureU thenw l wa now Have At a per capita of 525 Broncho pranks of Owensboro Now I have noticed that a certain ply franks known as Broncho rrgETranks from the city of pwensboro liar attacked the Department of EdUI tattoo also In a most vicious man r L nerl never ae At eaucalUonI do know that there is la the records of the Franklin Circuit Court that Mr Franks was Indletednind tried fpr an alleged orlmo that would make one sensitive aShclaims to be blush In shame and keep himself In obscur Ity Instead of Ll bold hypocrisy at tacking the deccm and honest servants of the people atid the irinocentchll dreh of this comntonvealth I do know how Mr Franks has become notI prominent in the IoHtlcs of his party nor how he hag grown so rich I have been told that be had thing to do with the equalization butI liquor revenues whatever that Is thatItbusiness And 1on account oflucrativeI 1Collectoryears This s all rumor to melto not mots that It is absolutely true However It Is told by Republicans and lam sure Would not disparage Mr Franks ten jonally theyI J do hot take time tto refer to ICntIe1menChose Interested on behalf of this shortTheIi who would sell his iirthrlht for a mess beingatowardshimpeople whoso ignorance is commen aerate with their avarice and I pass him by and put him in a category with the heretofore referred to R Peal Greopdy INowI DemocratIcman whose ability and achievements are comparable with those a Woodrow Wilson an Ollle James or any of thn greatest Democrats of this age or any other age The taut that the Republican nominee for Governor wpuld stoop so low as to direct his attacks and all Of his lieutenants toI direct their attacks at the inslgnlflj cant office of State Superintendent of Public Instruction indicative ot the fact that they are deserateandkno- not w wherenfo turn nor how to form their lines forraI attack morrows Doom Is seaieo The fact of the business Is Mr iTor row and every man on his ticket 4 realizes and recognizes and acknowl edges already ignominious defeat and by their mad attacks upon the bulwark 01 the commonwealth the pub ltd school system they evidence the fact and notoriously parade the fact that their attitude ls retrogressive all things and especially m this one great business of the State Mr titer stint sealed htv doom In his first attaojc in his speech at Dowling Green A man of such low ideals and of so small conceptions of what a great common Wealth should bo and non It should be developed Is not ht to be tine nominee even for the great office of school trustee In this State The Republl cans even of the most radical type condemn him Tor his unwarranted flimsy attacks based on liypdcrisy andithe Intense desire to gOt an office Too Far Advanced to Consider JIteUo again Hypocrisy niytellow citizens tnat the people of Kentucky have a- dIancedtoofnr tlc consider r such cant Their hoins are tool live forljho lttlo red u the church by the waysldo Is too pure to listen to n prostli11have11 and fathers of Kentucky to the serve ices of whoso little children I have dedicated my life and efforts I have faith In the school teachers of Kentucky I have led for four years Ken 11teUIs today that bony af school teachers of which Woodrow Wilson has been lone and that ItwHl be duo to the efforts and tho ideals of this army that America vrl1 so forward contlnu ously In peace love and prosperltytI A Reconstructed Man Casts with exblbltlonsl and csitnloRueg of artlllilal limbs now brmi hf notice one gets tornlcuIutliiK hiitbst of a reconptrueted mono Kcomhiplr a tittle more than ion vgulil suffice A pair of artificial lei saris ultnttt SlOt and a pair qf arms ntiout SftiO J urtslth drums etc wstt 75 enrb ovt s mtt pals and oon WI u lienst and brain man lq t4prt11 nfoout WtW KeIr STOIilACHi TROUBLEir i JoR FiVT YOB t I l Mfihj rf Fnel 1h- Ha Wti Die Jet OM Helper tim to1 Rectrery PomtftyiM Ky1nI InterdrtlJiiErU rteo scat this place I MrA J r Hughe writes M 2Jows was down willi tbmaclj trouble lor five 5 yews sad wouJd have sick headache so bad alt limes that I thought surely I would die II tried different tteateeRts hi hY did not seem to dome any good I got so badtcouldI not eatt or sleep tad all my friends except one thought I would die He advised me to try Micri s 111ackDsau Iii filii YOU ltaJtI tfeL I i rt take hi advjce IMro4l l hitarts- ay r 4 coa eace fi i iI love HOWIMMI W iiff r for three m t iiHit sd IC hratlwrha- vent tai tteer arrld t lllaaif si li4cce1IIWflM wkf J 1 daa 0 tiniitiiri Mlei v t Draught lets done foe sITllttdlori s lu r tftN ttr IIr1 IKlydat veti tlIrhldatttlW gttaeaeiaaf 1omad1 the ttittl i4yJs cat Pet el teJ elrYt YA jfr cotrttltit no itttutm iipediraeiaa- dc1ta4ly t yttz t tr k sail Mi4 iae4by rlkept emitr Otta pttslu tllil t 0iIr WANT a Better jonf IIj rlervicesJtr Ji 1e o ness colleges COMBINED 48 College In 18 States Jnterri tioft rep ionBr aair Traewdtlt PtalMll lr E8JHt1tJSlletl IMlimlia CiMr W 4Mw1 UwF8KlBAlIUrrbra ck P IIMIc wlkBookkee Bookkeepers aU over HStIMI 7IMa w t eeditEMxk ath the United Statesay that Draughon8 kn boo tnr and fbNew System of Bookkeeping saves them holding soocI po W Mut1- from25tto5Opercent workanaworry taIdngDraugbOa Homo Shady Shrtkad Practically all U S offs CATALOGUE 70t pries or cia court reporters write the System of DY MA wci J rn lr Shorthan Draugboa Colleges teach Presidept PW Why Because they know Its tie bark ogus e ClJLUt DRAUGHONS ACTICAL liuttiM Sr Me11iet Kea e T iPtd A oo a