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THEJNTEBIOIMOUIHIAL 1TAHFOM). KENTUCKY. .FRIDAY. OCTOlEH II. 1112
FISH & BROMLEY
about that insurance.
Better have a policy now than to
have the neighbors say then, "He
didn't have any insurance."
$25.M In Geld Given Away
It, M. Nowlnnd, llio Life ninl rir
liiMirnnco ngctit hero, will givo n to
bacco show on the 2nd Mondny in
December, court dnv.
Prizes as Follows:
I .fir in gold for llio but six hands
( of lugs to weigh not lens tlmn four
, $7.50 fw tho second belt.
l!.r,0 for the third best.
No trnih lenf or red sonsidcred.
A. W. King, Danville, Ky Judge.
Talk with ir.e about your fire nnd
life insurance. H. M. NKWLAND.'
X. M. KEWLAHD
Will You Spend ONE DOLLAR
to Elect Wilson President? L
How deep is your conviction that this government ought to be in new hands, in
clean hands ?
How much arc you in favor of a clean slate from Wilson and Marshall clear down
the line to the very smallest offices in your locality?
The Democratic National Committee has every reason to believe that every pro
gressive voter is willing to spend a dollar to elect Wilson and Marshall and their ticket.
And that thousands arc anxious to contribute to the Wilson Campaign Fund in
amounts of 2, $5, $10 and $20. ?
To such we make our appeal. To such we must look for victory.
Time An Important Factor
This li another use where time li money.
The enemy have their funds lupplied Instantly by
We have only a lew dayt and contributions to be effec
tive must be received at once.
There Is no question of the nvwy of the Pnle being
ble to defeat the money of the Trusts.
Became It is greater even In volume and will be used In
Straightforward telling ways.
But to be effective It must be received and used within
the next few days.
Quick action is absolutely necessary. Let us have your
contributtcn or the lilt you make up from your friends and
co-workers today if possible, tomorrow tura.
How Your Money Will Be Spent
Woodrow Wilson, our standard bearer, hat never had
the time or disposition to talk about himself.
Mc ha: never used spccucuUr methods to place Llunclt
in the spotlight
His greatest work lias been done without ostentation. In
the most expeditious, dignified manner.
The great mass of voters do not know what a really
great man Wilson is. They do not know all he has done.
They do not understand all the features of his platform.
We must tell them.
To educate this great nation of voters, especially the
clear thinking Independent Democrats, Republicans and
Progressives who choose their leader on his merits, means
the expenditure of a ast amount of money.
We propose to use your dulUrs in just this wayx
judiciously, and without a penny frittered away (or an un
We know you hac confidence e will do this thing and
Why the Dollar Counts
In thlf campaign the Issues lie between the forces of
Representative Government and l'opular Government.
In Representative Government only a part of the people
have Influence those with no political faith, who spend
fortunes in any direction where their own ends arc fur
thered for money.
In Popular Government all the people have influence,
because their executives and legislators do not dare to
thwart the expressed will of the people.
H;nr:!?r.'.:t!ve G'-,vcrnni!. "r, thi year Is being
supported by the money of the Interests. It Is being spent
lavishly to give the voters a wrong Impression of Wilson.
Popular Government, this year, to win, must dependon the
truth being told aliout Wilson. We must publish his record
-and platform broadcast so thai no one can controvert it.
' Your f 1, your ti, your W. your f 10 or NO will count and
omit to win If spent In this work.
Head a List For the Fund
If yon know several Wilson voters, or work in a place
where there are Wilson voters, take up a subscription from
all of them.
Place vour name and the amount of your subscription at
the top ol the list and get the others to join you.
Mention the name of this paper on your list.
Then mall the list and contributions to C. R. Crane, Vice
Chairman Finance Committee, Democratic National Com
mittee, 000 Michigan Avenue, Chicago, III.
This is the most helpful work you, as an individual, can
do (or clean government next to casting your ballot (or
Wilson and Marshall on November Sth.
How to Contribute to the Wilson
Sign the Coupon in this corner and fill in the amount
you give. Then attach your Money to this Coupon and mail
today to the address given on the Coupon.
Issue all checks, money orders and address all con
trlbutlons to C. R. Crane, Vice Chairman Finance
Committee Democratic National Committee, 900 Mich
Igan Avenue, Chicago, III.
Then write a letter to this newspaper giving your name
as a contributor and stating your reasons why you believe
Wood row Wilson should be elected President of the United
States. In this way you will be listed as a Wilson con
tributor. A Souvenir Receipt, handsomely lithographed,
well worth framing, will be sent to you. Your letter will
help the fight by encouraging your friends.
Do everything you can to hold up Wilson's hands in his
clean campaign for the people who do the work and fight
ing of the country.
Woodrow Wilson Campaign Fund
To C ft. CRANE. Vic Chairman Finance Commill...
Tha DamcKtalic National Commit!., 900 Michliaa Araoua.
Ckicat tllinoia. ,
Atalxllevtr In tin prosrenlvn Meals of government repre
lenteJInthecanJIdacyof Woodrow Wilson (or l'reldnt of the
United States. nd to the end that he mar take the office free
Minded, untrasimeled. and obligated to none hot the people of the
country. I ili to contribute through you the aura of $
toward the eaixnan of Gov. Wllaon'a campaign.
U. V. D Stale.
Endorsed by The Interior Journal, Stanford, Ky.
i any, ;
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ON HIS RECORD
Josiptius Daniels Invites Close
Study of Writings.
SLANDER WON'T WIN NOW.
Chairman of Democratic Publicity Bu
reau Points Out Errors of Campaigns
of Prtvlous Ysars and Finds a Qood
Moral Roosovslt Also Wrote Books
and Mad Bitter Attacks on Various
Men and Classss.
Now York. Josonhus Daniels, chair
man of' tho publicity committee of tho
Democratic national committee, said
"Eight years ago during tho presi
dential cnmpalgn of 1001 I en mo to
New York, nnd, being n member of tho
Democratic national committee, I drop
ped In at tho hendrjunrtcrs of tho com-
Jilttec. I found tlio lltornry Imrpnii of
tbo cotnmlttco very nctlvoly engaged In
perusing tho volumes of Theodora
Roosevelt. When I saw on every desk
'The Winning ot tho West, 'Tho IJfo
of Thomas II. Kenton' nnd a half doz
en others of tho works of tho then Re
publican nomlneo for president I won
dered whether or not I bad got Into the
"I was immediately set aright, how
ever, when I was Informed that tha
literary young men wero engaged In
culling from those books some of tbo
many denunciations nnd bitter criti
cisms and attacks made by Theodora
Roosevelt upon public men and meas
ures nnd his aspersions upon great rep
resentative bodies of our people, such
as worklngmen and farmers.
"I found them preparing to send
forth broadcast nil over the land such
excerpts from tho writing of Theodore
"'Cowboys nre much better fellows
nnd plcasanter companions than small
farmers or agricultural laborers, nor
aro tho mechanics nnd workmen of a
great city to be mentioned In the same
"'Mr. Bryan nnd his adherents hare
appealed to the basest set In the laud
"'They (worklngmen who object to
government by Injunction) arc not In
sympathy with men of good minds and
sound civic morality.'
Hits Quakers Too.
They quoted from what ho said
about the Quakers, that those who
would not fight wcro traitors to their
"They said thnt when tho farmers
and workmen nud the Quakers came to
know what Theodore Roosevelt had
written about tin-in they would rle up
with wrath nnd ludlgnntlou and bury
Theodore Roosevelt beneath an ava
Innche of votes. They said that Roose
velt would not nniwer that exposure of
bis views, nnd. of course, he never did.
I a creed with them thnt It was tho
proper thing to do to herald theso ut
terances through tho couutry.
"As to whether or not that sort of
campaigning had nny effect the result
of the campaign eight years ngo speaks
"Tho Republican party Is nttempting
to do today the same sort of thing
that the Democrats tried in 190S. Tho
Democrats out-Rodcnberged Mr. Ro
denberg. They wero eight years ahead
ot blui In this boit of thing. It didn't
work with us then, nnd it will not
work with them now.
Stands on His Record.
"Tho nttempt to attack Governor
Wilson because of certain statements
which he made in wrltlug history and
In commenting upon events of history
ns they appeared to him as historian
will fall signally. As one great metro
politan newspaper pointed out, Mr. Ro
deubcrg nnd his kind are simply blow
ing against tho wind.' Governor Wil
son is running for president on his
record ns n public man, nud with that
record the public Is fairly well conver
sant, nnd It will contlnuo to learn more
as the campaign progresses.
"Ho Is running for president on his
record us governor of New Jersey
what he said and did In thnt capacity
rather than what ho wroto ns n lilsto
riau, chronicling events and comment
ing upon them ns they npjieared to nn
Impartial observer whose duty It is to
write of things ns they nre rather than
ns they should bo or us ho would havo
"Our Republican brethren aro enti
tled to nil the thunder they can make
out of Governor Wilson's writings. I
hope they will rend them carefully
and thoroughly. They will bo nblo to
gain u grout deal of valuable Informa
tion, and when tho context is rend
along with tho excerpts which havo
becu taken from his works for tho
purpose of placing him lu a false light
I have no fear us to the results. All
thnt Is needed Is n thorough under
"ingersoll sought to disprove Bible
truths nnd to assail Holy Writ by the
nuno methods wuIcIl tho Republicans
are seeking to assail Governor Wilson."
COMPLIMENT FOR HELM
From Florida For a Good Turn He
Did the People There
Tbo average business tnnn has awak
ened to tho fact that it is u good In
vestment to give some of his time to
political affairs. This s one of Democ
racy's best signs of victory.
Writing in the Kicholnsvillo Jour
nal, J. L. McXItirlry, of! McMeckin,
I Id Mil, sitj's n high compliment to
Congrcssmnn Hnrvey Helm, of this
city, ns follows:
winrc the smoko of flio congres
sional battlo lias passed 1 feel it my
duty to call the attention to tha peo
ple of the Eighth District of Ken
tucky to n politicnl episode, or to be
plainer to an net of kindness thnt
Congresfeinnn Hnrvey Helm did for
the people of Florida, yea of tho
south uti act that should have given
him Hie nomination without opposi
tion from tho white people. It is
this to-wit: Trior to tho tnking of
the las-t lr. S. census, tho question
presented itself to tho white people
of tiie south u-i whether whiie or
colored enumerators would tukc tho
individual census. The cenutor from
rioridn, Hon. Uuiicnti Fletcher, alli
ed upon President Tuft nnd inter
view rd his excellency on this point.
After euli-'idel utile diiuilniuu pl'ii
ntul ron, the President informed
Senator Fletcher that the colored
eniurcrator.i would only take the re
pot I, of the negroes. Hut for fenr that
the supervisor who hnd the appoint
ment of enumerators would fail to
ndlierc to thnt program, Senator
Fletcher looked nhout in this State
nnd selected men for sunervisoM on
whom he eould rely. Senntor Flet
cher hud u fight on his hands,
ngninst him were Postmaster Gener
ni Hitchcock, Secretary Xngel, of
Interior Department. A negro
nnmed Jo Lee, levenue collector for
Flotilla, nnd Henry Clitibbs, regis
ter of the IT. S. Land office, Gaines
ville, llu.. are the licpublienu bosses
in this stnte. In this (Second) dis
trict n Kentuckinn was selected by
Senator Fletcher for Supervisor.
Atrninst Senator Fletcher were ar
rayed Stnte and Xntionnl Republican
machines. Here is where Congress
man Hnrvey Helm nnd A. 0. Stnnley
t-nrre in the fight. They heard thnt
a Kentuckinn away off in Florida
wns in "n fight to the death". In
obedience to that characteristic so
peculiar to Kentuckinns, some have
ctiHed it idiosyncrasy, but it is n
iptnlity without which the Kentucky
character is incomplete, hastened to
Sen. Fletcher's aid. No braver gtad
iatots ever drew n sword than Helm
and Stanley. Hardly had the shad
ow of the stately form of Florida's
noble Senator di-appenrcd ere the
bland but persistent Helm nnd the
bold and eloquent Stnnley were een
to enter the White House (ns Helm
called) "mi heavenly mUiioit," the
protection of the womanhood of the
south from the intrusion of the ne
gro." Thence to the Census office
and be-eiired Dnrnnd, the hos. In
u word, the result, wns the negro
The pteconvention dent of Hitch
cock with the Southern delegations
triumphed onlv in part. Twice in
two weeks did Joe Lee nnd Henry
Chubb-, go to Wiivhingtnn, called
there by Hitchcock. These boys
hn.I i:ained the ear of the President
mid it required nil the influence of
Hitchcock mid Xnule to get their
men appointed, hut then only after
they had been handicapped by posi
tive instructions were given in re
gard f the negro t'iiumoratnrs. ThU
was i!u first slip in tho cn of tho
machine in iflie south. When tho
news came to us that Hntvey Helm
had been ro-nomiiuited the white
iieoplp rejoiced for we knew we had
it friend on guard.
What's The Matter '
With Your Baby?
Ths younir mother end many an old
one, too In often putzlcil to know tha
cause of her child 111 nature. The
loudness of Its rrylne does not neces
sarily Indicate the seriousness of its
trouble. It may have nothlnir more the
matter with It than a headache or a feel
Inir of general dullness, it cannot, of
course, describe Ita feelings, but aa a
preliminary measuro you are safe In
trying a mild laxative.
Nine times out of ten. you will find it
all the child needs, for Its restlessness
and peevishness are perhaps due to ob
atructlon of the bowels, and onre that
has been remedied tho headache, the
BluKcrlshness and tho many other evi
dences of constipation and Indigestion
will quickly disappear.
. Don't give the little one Baits, cnthar
tic Dills or nastv waters, for theaa will
act aa purgatives, and they are too
irons j or caiia. in ine laraiues or
Mrs. M. 8. Ailims, Aubum, Ky., and Mrw.
U. M. Boyce, Tip Top, Ky., the only laxa
tive given Is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepaln.
tt has been found to answer most perfectly
all the purposes ot a laxative, and Ita verx
mildness and freedom from rrlplar
recommend It especially for tha use of
children, women, and old folks gener-'
ally people who need a gentle bowel
stimulant. Thousands of Americas
families havo been enthuslastlo about It
for more than a quarter of a century.
Anyone wishing to make a trial of this
remedy before buying It In tha regular
way of a druggist at fifty cents or on
dollar a large bottle (family alze) caa
nave a sample bottle sent to the horn
free of charge by simply addressing Dr.,
W. n. Caldwell. 405 Washington St,
Montlcelio, ill. Tour nam and slilra
on a postal card will do.
rcrhnps the Itepubllcans, aa repre
sented by Taft, are satisfied with the
rayne-Aldrlch tariff bill. Uut the ma
jority of the voters are not.
About 7 1-2 acres of good land in
a high stnte of cultivation located
"in the heart of tho town of Stnn-
fotd. Ky., S rn.'.m residenep, hnlls,
concrete basement. 2 room tenant
tiouso nnd nil necessary outbuild
ings. A splendid proposition for
you farmers who want to move to
town. If yon want it act quick. For
HUGHES & MeCAim,
We have just re
ceived our Fall shoes
in Patents, Vicis,
Velvets, Gun Metals
Etc. We handle the
famous May Man
ton line. You will
find no better in
quality and style at
Hughes, Martin & Co.
I " Ik
of Fine Farms, Live Stock, &c.
I will sell at public outcry on Tuesday, Oct. 22, 1912
Brqinnlng at 10 o'clock A. M. my hrcc farms In Lincoln county, Ky.,
a lot of extra good stock, crops and other property: .
FARMS. These three farms are on Hanqlnq Fork creek and ad
join each other- They are located on both sides of the Hustonville and
Stanford turnpike, 7 miles from Stanford, 2 miles from McKlnney, 2
from Hustonville and Moreland. There are in all, about 300 acres,
approximately, divided about thusly: 50 acres in one; about 100 in the
second and about 145 In the third. Each place has a good dwelling
house and all necessary outbuildings; is well watered; in fine condition
and in hiah state of cultivation. No better farms can be found in this
part of Kentucky. I will offer them as a whole and then separately
and accept the bid deemed best. Possession given January I, 1913.
I also have two tracts of the best sort of Knob Land tit sell at the
same time; about 39 acres in each tract; a good dwelling house on each.
This land raises good tobacco and other crops.
Will also offer a couple of nice town lots in McKinney.
FLOUR MILL. I will also offer for sale my 75-barrel, steam op
erated flour mill at McKinney- It is located on the Cincinnati Southern
railway and is now in full operation.
STOCK At the same time I will offer for sale mv livestock con
sisting of brood mares, mules horses, cattle, hoqs and sheep; all in
good shape and first class condition
CROP I will also offer for sale about 1,000 bales of good hay,
and 500 bales of straw.
Will have for sale a lot of farminu implements in good shape and a
good 30 horse power Bulck automobile.
BANK STOCK. Will offer 12 shares of stock in the National
Bank of Hustonville; 25 shares of stock of the McKinney Deposit Bank
and 3 shares of stock in the Danville Fair
Terms made known on day of sale. Dinner on the ground.
Sale will be held, rain or shine; under good cover if rainy.
Parties desiring to see land, stock, etc., can phone me at Huston
ville and I will meet them at any train.
J. S. MURPHY, """'""
Capt. T D. English, Auctioneer.
FARM AT PUBLIC SALE
Your Housi Ntids
Step off and take a look at
your home, Doesn't it need
painting? Now Is the time
to have it done. Paint before
the winter rain and snow be
gins to fly. Hanna's Green
Seal, the made to wear paints
are the right kind to use.
Formula with every can. For
Sale by G. B. PRUITT. More
land. Kv.. and L. L. SAN
DERS. Crab Orchard, Ky.
E. D. Pennington,
General Farm Surveying
52-6D Phone 172, St!i. Ky.
I will sell nt publio auction on
Saturday, November, 9, 1912
in front u the court house; nt Stun
t'ord, Ky., my farm of about 55
ncrt's, located on tho waters of Knob
Lick', two miles south of Junction
City borderiui; on tho Cincinnati
Southern railway and near Doweii
bution, Lincoln county, Ky. There
nre ubout 35 ncres in woods, the
balance l'or cultivation ubout 20
acre?, in timothy Kni.vs. It has u
Kood house of thieu ltirgo rooms,
good fence nrouiul garden and yard,
also boiuu fruit trees, reek running
thiough place and can .strike, water
in 1- feet almost anywhere on the
i'arni. It is a fine place for sheep
and calves nud would make a fine
dairy nnd poultry faun. No better
place could be bud anywhere close
to the pike and school and market.
Any man looking for a good cheap
home should buy this place. It U
in good condition. The lust crops
wero all gwod, nnd it will ruise to
bacco ami corn, oats, millet, biiugfi
fine clover auywheio on the plnee.
All under fence. Possession given
nt once. Now is your chnuco for a
good home cheap.
Terms. Cash, or oue-linlf ctifeli
nud tho balance in one nud two
ven re, secured by lieu on bankable
note nud bearing fl per cent interest
finm date of deed until paid. I will
fui nibh good abstract nnd good war
I desire to sell ray property as I
cannot sec to things baek there. I
will be resent .on day of sale.
Anna B. Sweeney,
718 East Fremont,
Col. J. P. Chandler, Auct. 81-5
Popular excursion Sunday Sept.
29th, between Louisville, Lexington,
Danville. Georgetown, Lawrence
bur!:, Ilarrodsburg, Shelbyville, and
Versailles, and intermediate stations
in both directions. $1.50 between
Lexington, Danville, Georgetown
and Louisville, for the round-trip;
tickets limited to return on dato of
sale. Proportionately low rates be
tween intermediate stations. Con
sult any Southern railway agent or
write H. C. King, CTA, Lexington,
Kv., I). II. Todd, DPA, Louisville,
Kv., J. C. ISenra, AGPA, St. Louis,
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