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A Letter from Senator (lore.
September BO, 1012
My dear Sir:
I write to reassure yru that
the prospects of Democratic tri
umph were never brighter. The
morale of the Democratic army
was never hotter. A united De
inocracy and a divided opposi
tion renders success doubly cer
tain. The present situation
leaves little to be wished for.
The recent electiuns in Vermont
and Maine prove that the Demo-
crats are voting under the unit
rule this year. They prove more
than that. They show a substan
tial increase in the Democratic
vote. If we poll the full party
strength defeit is impossible.
Noteing could possibly defeat us
but over-confidence. Security it-
man's chiefest enemy in poli
ties. Wo must, therefore, take
nothing for grunted. We must,
therefore take nothing for grant
ed. We must perfect and main
turn a thorough organization.
The campaign must be vigorous,
must, be unremitting till the bat
tie's over, till the victory's won.
No single agency can contrib
ute more to Democratic triumph
than the Democratic press. No
agency can do more to see that
every Democrat votes and votes
the Democratic ticket. We are
relying upon your constant and
invaluable assistance. Democra
cy expects every Democrat to do
Ins duty this year.
While victory is inevitable if
all Democrats do their duty, still
the door of Democracy stands
wide open this vear. Above
that door is emblazoned the word
'Welcome" and that welcome
is tendered to all independent
voters. The spirit of our cam
paign is reflected in the follow
ing resolution which was unani
mously adopted by the Demo
cratic National Committee at
Chicago on July 15th, last :
"We congratulate the country
and the Democracy upon the ex
ceptional prospects of Democrat
ic success in November next. We
rejoice that all Democrats every
where are united and enthusias
tic in support jf the platform
and the nominee of the party.
"We earnestly invite all vot
f rs, without reference to previous
political faith or affiliation who
are in sympathy with such plat
form and nominee, to unite per
manently or co-operate tempor
arily with the Democratic party
in this supreme struggle for es
tablishment of justice and equal
rights as against favoritism and
Resolved, That we gratefully
acknowledge our profound appre
oiation of the courageous, disin
terested and patriotic course of
many Kepoblicaus and independ
ents, including a number of most
ilUtingmVhed leaders and editors
h dewlarniii their intention l
support the Denidcratic ticket in
tin riciiilinii l'reuidential con
test. I should l.c indebted to you if
on would koiiiI me a Jist of lib
oral minded Republicans friend
ly to Unv. Wilson, and if you
w.iuld publish thin reqiieft: Thai
Mich K'-piililiciniK forward a card
cither to iiiVM-ir or to lion. Ku
dolph Sprecklfs, Uhwturo, III.
With lnl wiliei for a united
und triumphant Democracy, I am
Vou very truly,
T. I Gore,
(.'haimiiin ()ruuni.:ttinn Human
.. ; -.r l-rail n'r."
fill H1 hrl;. you.
If you flaw a man throwing
sand at your plate glass window
it would not worry you much
But ifyousawhim massing the
particles, of sand into an adhesive
ball with the aid of a little lime
and water, you would know that
the sand, thus cemented together
would go through that window
when it hit it.
And you would immediately
figure on your insurance.
If all the men in the country
were to start out each on his own
responsibility, to conquer anoth
er nation, that nation would not
have much to fear, would it?
But if these same men went
out together under efficient lead
ership, they would be practically
So it is with the community.
A single individual, however
earnest and ambitious in his de
sires to advance the welfare of
his community can do little more
An entire community of indi
viduals prompted by the same de
sire but each acting on his!own in
itiative, and without regard to
what the others were doing,
will accomplish little more.
But actuated by the same de
sire, and works collectively tor
the same purpose ah this is an
Our town is entitled to the
confidence, loyalty and hearty
support of every body in the
The Richmond (Va.) Times-
Dispatch published a short ed
itoral that ought to be read in
every precinct in every State of
the Union and posted up on ev
ery school-nouse, and in every
counting-room and factory in the
laud. Here it is.
nothing more important than
that we should take our citizen
ship seriously. Some people take
it as a joke, some as a game, some
as a selfish purpose and 6ome as a
hance to help friends or grind
axes. JNo mau is worthy ot citi
zenship unless he regards is as a
mission und uses it for the com
mou good to free his fellowmeu
from every kiud of servitude and
oppression and make them their
own lever to raise themselves to
better estate. Citizenship is a
duty, and every man who has a
ligh ideal of life, who makes it
brave and serviceable, has a right
to be called a citizen aud no oth
er should be enrolled upon the
roll of honor. A citizen is a man
who honors his city, his State and
lis nation by living right und do
ing good, ouch a one regards
citizenship seriously. The duty
of citizenship is committed to
oacli man as a trust to be dis
charged always for the common
welfare and the higher purpose.
A bailot is to be used for the
benefit of mankind and not for
the advantage of individuals."
Woman wouldn't be half so
attractive to man if he under
stood her. It is the ineonsistoni
pei verseness that entraps man.
"For many yea in I t.aa troubled, in
Bnlih ci' all so culled u-medicji J used.
A t last I. found quick liej aniU'iire"
la thewo uiltil. yet ttoiouh and
New Life Pilfc
AiKilnb fVSunrcu-k, UulCiIo, N.Y.
J-.ciHfs pes 53:k:a' llCK'3i'.l$i:
Mrs. Asa Snowden is very sick
Mrs. Mary WiJIiams, of Iron
Mound, is visiting' Mrs. Geo. W
Mrs. Carrie Torley, of Bourbon
county, spent Saturday with her
sister, Mrs. Maud McKinney.
Mr. and Mrs.- R. S. Christopher
of Pilot View, 'visited Mr. and
Mrs. Asa Todd the first of the
D. R. Daniel. ' bought eevera
head of yearling cattle from T,
S. and Shelt McKinney at $4.50
Robt. Mcintosh, of Calloway's.
creek, spent Saturday and Sun
day with his father, Elder Geo
Gov. WilseM' Courage.
There are few public men of
the courage of Governor Wilson.
He stands for a principle and
dares defend it even at the risk
of failure to realize his ambition.
He had rather be right than Pres
ident, and the people will love
him for making enemies of those
who were the livery of Democ
racy, the better to serve the
devil of Plutocracy. It was Sen
ator Smith of New Jersey and
his clique who twenty years ago,
made it impossible for'the Dem
ocrats to carry out their platform
promises as to the tariff. He was
a reactionary then and he is
reactionary now. He wanted to
misrepresent the State of New
Jersey agaiu in the United States
Senate and claimed that his ad
vocacy of a high protective tariff
is in tne worKing mau, a most
arrant absurdity; The men win
grow rich by the tariff are not
the friends of labor and no tariff
was ever designed for the labor
Governor Wilson has no pa
tience'with such 'utterances or
with the men who make them
He boldly declared that Senator
Smith must be beaten and by a
man who stands for policies
changed by circumstances aud
altered by necessities of politics.
In other words that he would
stand for no man who does not
6tand so, u a rein on the progressive
platform adopted at Baltimore.
The result was Smith was beulen
by 20,000. All honor to such a
man, and ne is sure to receive it
form the people who love honesty
in pounce aud uprightness aud
integrity in men.
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East-Bouiid. Effective May 28, 191 1'. West-Bound.
No. 2, No. 4, . No. 1, No. S,
. .. otations. , ...
Daily. Daily. Daily Daily.
P. M. A. M. A. M. P. M.
1:35 7:20 Lexington, 8:60 5:35
2:17 8:03 .Winchester, 8:05 4:60
2:35 8:18 L. & . Junction, 7:51 4:3?
2:49 8:32 Indian Fields, 7:37 4:22
3:05 8:50 CLAY CITY, ' 7:10 4:05
3:15 9:00 Stanton, 7:10 8:56
3:21 9:05 Rosslyn, 7:05 3:51
3:28 9:12 Filson, 6:69 3:45
3 :47 9 :27 Campton Jr.nctlnn, C :43 3 :30
3:52 9:32 Natural Bridge, 6:40 3:25
4:04 9r44 Torrent, 6:25 3:12
4:25 10:04 Beattvville Jet, 6:03 2:51
5:19 10:67 O. & K. Junction, 6:10 1:57
5:25 11:05 Jackson, 5:05 1:50
11:25 Quicksand, 1:25
LEXINGTON: Train No. 1 will
the L. A. K. for Louisville, Ky. No. 3 will make connection
with the L. k N. at Winchester for Cincinnati, O.
CAMPTON JUNCTION: Trains
uection with Mountain Central Railway to and from Campton.
nection with the L. & A. Railway for Beattyville.
a & K. JUNCTION: Trai-s
tion with Ohio it Kentucky Railway for Cannel City, Ky. and
O. & K. stations.
CHAS. SCOTT; Gen'l Passenger Agent.
Pains All Over!
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iXrrow, Okla., "to use my letter in" any -way you want to,
if It will induce some suffering wolhan to try Cardui. I had
pains all over, and suffered with an abscess. Three phy
sicians failed to relieve me. Since taking Cardui, I am in
better health than ever before, and that means much to me,
because I suffered many years with womanly troubles, of
different kinds. What other treatments I tried, helped tne
for a few days only."
Don't wait, until you are taken down sick, before tak
ing care of yourself. The small aches and pains, and other
symptoms of womanly weakness and disease, always mean
worse to follow, unless given quick treatment
You would always keep Cardui handy, if you knew
what quick and permanent relief it gives, where weakness
and disease of the womanly system makes life seemshard
to bear. Cardui has helped over a million women. Try it
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Farm Drain Tile
Make Your Wet Land Productive.
By the use of drain tile jou chu
turn that low, wet, useless, swam
py field into the most product! v
spot on your farm. Good tile,
properly placed, not only carries off
surplus water, it admits air to tlm
soil and makes it easy to work.
.Itsimproves any soil. The increace
in the value of the land is many
times the cost of the tile. The first
year' 8 crop from tiled land pays
for it. Any body can do the work
successfully. Write for particu
lars or cpll at out plant.
Red River Brick & Tile
STANTON, . KENTUCKY.
h to a rery teriotta matter to aak
tar one medicine and have the
wrong; one given you. For thia
reason we urge you in buying to
n aacaftti to gat the gannins
Tba reputation of thh old, ra)ia
Ue medicine, for constipation, a
dicaatioa and liver trouble, ia firm
ly eatablkhed. It does not Imitate
ether medicines. It is better than
others, or It would not be the fa
Torite liver oowder. with a lanrar
sale than all others combined.
OLD Of TOWN ' Fa
& E. TIME TflfSLE.
mke connection at Lexington with
Nos. 1. 2, 3 and 4, will make con-
Trains Nos. 1, 2 an(T3 will make con-
Nos. 2. 3 and 4 will make connec