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Democracy Comes Into Her Own Again,
After 16 Long Years of Wander-
ingin the Wilderness.
LANDSLIDE ALL OVER NATION.
New York, N. Y., Nov. C.jA. M.
Woodrow Wilson, governor of New
Jeney, has carried the democratic
banner to victory in a presidential
race for the first time in 10 years.
And in doing so, he has been swept
into offico on a democratic tidal
wave, carrying such rock-ribbed re
publican stntcs as New York, Mas
sachusetts, Maine, Indinnn, Town,
Oregon, Ohio, and of course the solid
south.
The fight botween Roosevelt and
Taft for second place promises to
be very close, with Roosevelt ap
parently lending, and certain to have
the larger number of votes in the
electoral college.
So far it seems that Taft will
have but eight electoral votes. The
Bjajorities by which the larger and
tuore iuifrortAnt stat ft were carried
were as follows:
New York Wilson by 150.000
Illinois Roosevelt by 75,000.
Massachusetts Wilson by C0.000
Oregon Unison 10,000.
Maryland Wilson by 14,000.
Indinnn for Wilson by 00,000.
Ohio for Wilson by 50,000.
At midnight President Tuft con
edod tho, election of Wilson.
Roosevelt scut this telegram of
congratulation:
"The American people, by n great
plurality, have conferred upon you
In. hifliust honor iu their trift. I
congrntulnto you thereon.
'THEODORE ROOSEVELT.'
Indications are that Wil-on will
have over 400 votes in the clectornl
college. 200 nre sufficient to elect.
The niily Eii-tcru Mate- Wil-on
failed to curry arc Wiiuont nnd
Rhode I-liind with New Hump-hire
n. n- iu iluiilit, initl Penn-ylvnnin
ltiiuifd by both Wil-ou mid Roo-e
vclt.
Some Election Flashes
Philadelphia, I'u., voted Wilson
11, 280 : Tuft 21.387: Roosevelt 11,
11!) I; Omiiliii, Neb., gave Wilson 1,
4i37, Tuft 1,01!1; Roo-evelt 847; Des
Jloine, Iowa: Wil-on 1,51)1, Toft
1,308; Roo-celt '-',l(il.
The New Y.uk Sun snys that in.
(lifiition- ii ic that cmtv democrntiu
'ongre.-hmau has been 'elected iu
New York stale, the first time, the,1
lomocriits havo ever gone strong
jibovc thy Harlem River. The Now
Yoik Sun snys that Wil-on has ear
ried Kansas. 050 precincts out of
1,102 iu Boston give Wilson 06,549;
Tnft 70,380; Roosevelt 09,754. , '
292 preciui'ts out of 3,172 iu Ir.
.liana give Wil-on 39,345; Tnft 19.
- 830; Koo-evelt 23,117.
Dunne, the democratic candidate
for governor of Illinois, appears to
have cu,viied the state by about 40
O00. -
Augusta county, Viiginia, iu which
is located Staunton, the birthplace
of Wilson, polled this vote: Wilson
fi,32fl; Taft 27; Roosevelt 205.
Wilson's majority
New York, Is WO. ,
in Rochister,
i The Interior
NO. 80
Georgia gavo 35,000 majority for
Wilson.
Roosevelt is running
Wilson in Maine.
second to
Stitrer, the democratic candidato
for governor of New York, won by
u splendid majority.
Hartford Conn., polled: Wilson
47,437; Taft 41,543. Roosevelt 21,
510. Detroit, Mich., voted: 8,119 for
Wilson; 0,141 for Taft; 8,142 for
Roosevelt. '
Richmond, Vn voted Wilson 3,
114; Taft 172; RonenveU 142.
Arizona, the new state, cave, a
large Wilson majority.
Scattered returns indicate Roose
velt has carried South Dakota by a
small majority. The democratic
candidato for congress is slightly
in the lead.
The entire democratic state ticket
u elected iu Ohio.
The New York Herald snys Roosc
elt bus apparently carried Pennsyl
vanin by about 15,000 with Wilson
second.
Wilson carries California and tho
Progressives give it up.
The Cincinnati Times-btar, own.
ed und edited by Chns. P. Taft, u
brother of tho president, snys it ap
pears to havo been a Wilson and
slide.
Ralston, democrat, nppears to
havo won im governor of Iudiuna,
running along ith Wilson.
Fo-s, democrat, was re-elected
governor of Mnssachu-ctts by u
large imijirrity.
Koo-cclt appears to liuvc curried
South Dakota, mid Vermont i- be.
lievcd to have been en mod bv Tuft.
Wn-liinglon ilcinocriits cliiiin that
slate for WiUoii.
At midnight additional ictitiu had
cut down 'I'n ft 'f lend iu New Hump
t.liire to 20 over Wilson with several
pii'i'iiicU yet to lieur from.
Tlic fii-t vote from California
was from Los Angeles mid showed
Wil-on 7.067, Tnft 197, Roo-evclt
0,511. In Snu FiainiM-o the t'irxt
vote icpoiii'd was Wilxnu 108,
RooNcvelt 50, Siifiiiiucnto Wil-ou 92
Roo-eelt II, Sun Diego Wil-on 141,
Roo-eclt 108, Tuft 0,
Loiiisinua's deniociitic majority
wns 40.000 with Roosevelt second.
Wil-on's majority iu Ohio will be
over 50.000.
The New York Sun snys Wilson
carries Tennessee and Kansas.
Pi'ogie ive leaders me claiming
Illiuoi-, Michigan, Wisconsin ai'.il
Iowa for Roosevelt.
Wil-on leads
Roo-evelt second.
iu Nebraska with
A dispatch from Boise, Idaho,
says Taft leads by a slight mnrgiu
with Roosevelt second.
Swnger Slierley wins for Congress
again iu the Louisville district but
his Progressive opponent, Fox, gave
him a close call. The vote was
Sherley 24,908, Fox 23,211 and Ash
craft, republican, 3,704.
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Roo-eclt lend- iu
will piobably have n
Mii'lii'iin mid
iiiujority of
50.000 over WlUon mid 1(10.000 ,ive
Tuft.
Wilson ennies Wl.-consin fioni 10.
000 to 20,000 with Roo-evelt third.
Colouulo went for Wils.ni bv 120
000 to 78,000 for Taft and 75,000
for Roosevelt.
Seltsam Cash
Mi Freda Muiie Seltsam
daughter of the late Mr. mill Mrs.
William Seltsiuu, und Henry Clark,
of tbe Parksville section were mar
ried in 1 In nod-burg last week nt
tho residence of Kid. S. II. Jones,
who pronounced tbe maniiige cere,
mony. Miss Cordie Cozntt and Mr.
John Seltsam were the iitlendautx
The groom it a prosperous young
farmer of splendid habits, industri.
ous, and has a host of friends,
while his bride is one of the most
attractive girls of that community.
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STANFORD, LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 0, 1012 3 A M
PRESIDENT
WILSON.
Wil.
...... 1,812
... 1,248
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Tnft Ted.
073 740
4S." 1,050
Rojle ...
Oiirrnril .
Lincoln .
Jl lllnille
f:iili-iti .
.Men it ..
Cney . . .
Ailuir , . .
Shelby ..
Spencer .
Aiiiler-oii
833 L-07
1.412 Sl!
. . . 2,973 2i7"i
... 1.073 8t
1.0'U 8(1(1
... l,3!l.'i 78(i
... 2,47(1 1,112
... l.tlol) 271
, ... 1.302 550
313
;.i!j
804
1,021
Gil
257
420
18,403 9,354 7,047
In the Eleventh
Returns nrit slou ...imiii.r in from
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coniiii"
said to l'nvor
ported nre:
Bell
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Clinton
Monroe
Powers. Counties re
Sinith Ptiw. St'iivy.
.... 754 8S1 1588
191 420 330
307 288
. .. 793 1091
. ..811 1004
53
475
017
357
I ,u i i re!
Rockcastle 800 982
TWO MORE AUTOS
Arrive in Stanford for W. K. War.
ner and W. A. Triable.
The first 1913 Ford unto to nr.
live iu Stuufoid wa- bought bv W.
Warner last week from W. K. (Hover
the local imcnt. It Iiiih many im
provemeuts over the older models
mid is a trim, neut little car. Sev
eral other Lincoln people nre said to
have orders in for this popular mn
I'liiue. Judcw nnd Mrs. W. A. Tribblo
joined the ranks of the nutoists last
week when they purclm-ed a Car
tercnr, a new model iu this t-ection.
but said to be n cood car.
yk, Llce4fl awl Garrard ge
fer fialMs far Insurance. 80 -l
Journal
Old Kentucky In Line.
Kentucky kept step with the bust
of Mntc, giving n rousiuj; old limo
democratic majority of about 33,000
The vote in most of tho counties re
ported wns ns follows:
Wit Tnft Ted
Doyd 1015 1158 1448
Christian 2682 3107 708
Jefferson 24002 3003 23000
Webster 2118 1043 54
Hullitt 1203 205 470
Harbin 245 410
Estill 87- 6G3
Laurel 034 971
Monroe 774 1002
Rockcastle . 837 1001
M'Crucken 1943 840
528
350
838
081
543
054
Johiibon 1041
Ornvca 3701
945 1248
705 851
Rowmi 735 431
Pendleton 1,310 140
Logun 2469 1380
Wuyuo 1258 1111
Curtcr 1052 713
Henderson 2995 1705
Clinton 301 831
Monroe 774 1062
Nicholas 1592 099
Washington ....$. 1377 048
Darren 2062 1402
Mumiii 2493 1043
Scott 5343 1049
452
307
107
260
999
500
107
691
275
98
812
538
474
Fleming 1922 1390 1403
"reck 2042 1188 1349
Nclso u 2259 733 718
Harri-son ...-....'... 2498 1189
Webster 2118 1043 542
Bell 795 865 1489
Florence 1000 1142 615
"allurd 1258 423 04
lavinghtoii 859 026 299
Fayette 1411 1180 410
Union ......... 2112 027 270
Mead 880 329 387
Gallatin 900 173 119
Henry 2084 745 440
Bourbon 2307 1759 480
Montgomery 1012 700 406
Carroll 1670 217 198
Hopkins 3085 12111553
Whitlev .., 567 469 1203
Mnrs-hlill 1052 C07 392
Clark 2309 1049 057
Woodford 1009 772 457
Caldwell 1092 1128 283
Warren 3058 11S0 1406
John-on 1041 045 1248
Hnncock 743 252 003
Campbell 2S70 1466 1682
Oreeniip 1210 891 805
Caswell Saufley Promoted
The. Fruukfuit State Journal
says Kiisijrn Caswell Saufley, U. S.
N.. who sincp his graduation from
Annapolis, has been on the IT. S. S.
Kaunas, has been transferred by the
Navy Department to the toipedo
boat l'eirv. the change to take effect
at once. This transfer i- u promo
tion, .-'nice ho will bo iu command f
the boat, mid will be stationed in
New York. Mrs. Saufley who has
been vi-iting her parents, Judv'o und
Mr. K. C. O'Rcnr. iu Frankfort, will
join him after tho Hobson-Cnrroll
weddiii!!, nnd they oxpect to take mi
apartment. Knis;ii Sauflev had ex
pected to como on for the wedding
of Ensiiin Carroll, but owini: to the!
unexpected clinnse, will be unable to
attend.
Maupin Trial in May.
Brack Maimin, the prominent
Madison county fanner, who shot
.lnn;e Faris, of Anderson county,
to death on the streets of Richmond
October conit duv, will not be tried
'till the Muv term of circuit court
at Richmond, When the case was
culled last week u distinguished nr
lay of legal talent appeared on both
sides. For the state in addition to
Attorneys Crutcher and Jackson,
there were A. Floyd Dvrd, the emi.
nciit prosecutor of feudist fame,
and Smith & Smith of Richmond.
Reprcciitinir tho defendant were
Don. J. Tevis Cobb, J. A. Sullivan.
Me r-. C. C. nud Y. L, Yallace. mid
John Noland, of Richmond
New Postmasters.
The following new postmasters
have been appointed in this Pait of
the State bv President Tnft:
Clifton, d'a-ey conhtv. Minnie W.
I trad v. vice F. M. Mcliamy, resign
in.
Coffev. Cnsor county, Emma San
ders. ice ( . I.. Newton, resigned.
Coin, Pulaski conntiv J. V. IVice,
vice J. F. Voi ton. resigned
Rite. Ca-ev count v. O. L. Harmon,
vice 0. T. Ahtfl. resinned. i
OLD LINCOLN
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Mncksville 150 138 35
Engiueliouse 154 109 Gl
Rowland 100 15 80
Crab Orchard No. 1 1G4 08 137
Crab Orchard No. 2 147 4G 153
Hustonville No 1 204 09 75
Huslnnville No. 2 89 64 51
Hustonvillc No. 3 (Turnersville) .. 89 (17 39
Hitstonville No. 4 (McKiuuey) .... 172 47 69
Wnynesburg No. 1 160 40 83
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WJaynesburg, No. 2 King's Mtn. ... 138 04 75
Waynesburg No. 2 Highland) 82 35 92
Wilson enrried Lincoln by u big
majority but the bigucst surprise of
tho election iu Lincoln county wns
the vote polled by Roosevelt here. It
vus conceded on all sides that Wil
son would carry the county over both
his opponents. Few of the leaders
I
for the Dull Mooers were sanguine
enough to venture a prediction that
Roo-evelt would run ahead of Tnft
in Lincoln, but that's just what the
big Bull Mooae did. He lacked only
three votes of getting a cool thou,
sand, while Tnft had to be content
with 833 giving Roosevelt a major'
ty over Taft in this county of 104
votes. Out of the 13 precincts in the
count v Roosevelt carried eight to
Taft's five.
Wilson's plurality iu the county
U 887, nud his majority over both
candidate-, is 34, which is consider
cd exceptionally good when it is
considered that the local democrats
had not u cent with which to finance
their campaign.
Josiah Bishop's Sale
A big crowd attended the sale f
Josiah Dishop near Hustonvillc last
week, nnd some extra nice stock
wus offered. The farm did not sell,
being withdrawn nt $79 an acre.
Cnpt. T. D. English cried the sale,
the following being somo of the prin.
cipal ales:
Registered sorrel mare to R. S.
Scudder and W. D. Burton $200; her
colt by Dignity Dare sold to Scud
der and Burton $100.
Black 7yenrold mme, Frank North
$199.
Three year old saddlo horse, W.
J. McWhorter $130.
Two year old Chester Peavine
horse, fiordon Montgomery, of Casey
$130.
Four year old gelding, W. B. Bur.
ton $151.
Soricl mare, Tom Helm $87.
Mare mule colt, R. S
Scudder
$87.
Mate mule colt, John Hood $100.
Horse mule colt, John Hood, $75,.
50.
Jersey cow, John McCormack
$02.25.
Seven weanling stews. Powell &
Depp, at $24.75 a head.
Two Jersey heifers, J. T. Farri,
mfm WW vp nnM TMn
Yew Date ami Renew PrmipWy
TUESDAYS AND FJUDATB
FOR WILSON.
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TOTALS 1,804-833 997
A warm magisterial race in the
two Crab Oi chard precincts was
won by Mnshall C. Ntewland, the
democratic iioiniueo over W. R. DiU
lion, Jr7 who ran under tho cabin,
NcVlnnd's majority iu the two pre
oincts being about 52. s 2 ,i ""
In tho Hustonvillc Mngisterial dis'
trict the stock law seems to have
been defeated, but it wns impossible
to say definitely last night as tha
returns iu this race were not fully
reported.
Congressman Harvey Helm was
given a splendid vote of endorsement
in Lincoln, but the complete returns)
iu his race were not reported, be
running slightly nhend of the nation,
ul ticket, however.
Nn the Eighth Congressional dis.
trict Helm's majority over Dinsmore,
his Progressive opponent, will be
over 12,000. Tho complete vote for
tho presidential ticket in the
Eighth district is given below:
one at $30 and one nt $25.
Bunch of ewes, to Bob Ford, at
$5.60 a head.
Judge Hughes Closes Fight Here.
According to arrangement, Judge
John W. Hughes, of Mercer county,
enmo to Stanford and spoke at tho
democratic rally held at tbe court
house. About 350 of the faithful
gathered to hear the Judge and were
well repaid for their coming. They
gave him rapt attention and hut
frequent bursts of eloquence brought
forth rounds of upplause, while
the forceful mid lucid explanation of
the high protective tariff and its
evils showed the though which tint
speaker had given to bis subject.
His arraignment of the administra
tiou at Washington was replete witk
'sarcasm and the inconsistency of
the Dull Moose movement was shown
up iu all its phases. Numerous sb4
well told jokes kept the crowd ia
jolly humor, and when the close of
his timely effort many people caM
forward to shake his hand aaal
thank him fer coming to 8taafawl
ia tbe final rally for the deatoerati
ticket. . . . . '
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