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MT., STERLING KENTUCKY, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1912.
NUMBER 18
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WILSON SWEEPS COUNTRY
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And Democracy Onee More Reigns Supreme
Wilson Carries 38 State
Jipliclf Ore ImmeDse .Majority
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.Greatest Democratic Victory in Our Nation's
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Fields -"is Re-Ejected to Congress.
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This County Gives Turner a Majority of 1110.
flontgomery Goes 852 Democratic.
The WilsonAandslide Was from Ocean to Ocean
(i j anwrom the Lakes to the Gulf.
Kentucky 100;000 Democratic.
New York and Ohiq Democratic
By 200,000.
fie East "Overwhelmingly For Wilson.
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Wood row Wilson.
Thomas R. lyiarshall.
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fo That the people of this Nation are tired of a boss
ridden country run in the interests of the money kings of
Wall street, was clearly demonstrated at the polis. Tues
day when the Great Common People elected Gov. Wood
row Wilson, of New Jersey, President of these United
"States, and Gov. Thomas Marshall, of Indiana, Vice
President, by an overwhelming majorjty. Tne tide for
Wilson and Jeffersonian-Democracy seemed to have ex-
tended from the Atlantic to the Pacific and from the lakes
.to the gulf. From the latest bulletins it appears Wilson and
Marshall have swept 'entire East. President Roosevelt
seems to have run"ahead of Taft fqr second honors, the
Progressives making a remarkable showing, with the
. vresult as 'to second place still in doubt.
Kentucky again did herself proud by giving the Dem
ocratic ticket the handsome majority of 40,000 votes over
both Taft and Roosevelt. And to Mr. J. N. Camden,
State Campaign Chairman, and, his associates is due a
large part of the credit for Jthis splendid victory.
Montgomery County 852 Democratic.
Owing to the untiring efforts of our hustling County
Chairman, Hon. A. A. Hazelrigg, and the Committee, this
county gave thejticket a plurality of 852. C. C, Turner's
plurality for Appellate "Judge in the county was 1110.
Roosevelt Carries Illinois.
7Rooeyelt carried Illinois by safe majority, and,, his
throughout the Ration surprised the regulars.
MONTGOMERY COUNTY RETURNS
THREE LEADING PARTIES
ELECTION HELD TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1912
PRECINCTS
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First Ward
Second Ward
Third Ward ,
Fourth Ward
Aarons Run
Sideview
Grassy ,Lick
Bean's--
Levee..
JofforsonvillQ
Camnrgo
Spencer.
Smithvillo
Howard's Mil!
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TOTALS
PLURALITIES -.
President
200
178
57
105
in
76
13
83
99
143
87
93
35
120
95
1612
852;
33
35
15l
16
42
38
35
31
60
60
51
21
109
21
51
760
20
58
42
29
14
8
62
16
18
21
17
28
25
33
15
406
Congress
200
181
57
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in
75
13
83
99
'43
87
93
35
120
96
1617
852
P
34
38
157
16
42
37
37
31
60
60
51
21
no
21
50
765
K
19
55
42
28
14
6
59
16
18
21
17
28
24
33
15
395
Appellate Judge
223
212
103
116
123
81
157
85
99
145
83
106
43
120
103
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22
25
125
17
40
37
35
31
60
59
52
9
104
23
45
694
II
40
28
28
6
4
16
18
21
15
15
22
31
12
302
Roosevelt Carries Six and Taft Four.
Wilson Gets 42 1 Electoral Votes
Taft 1 6, Roosevelt 87.
Roosevelt Badly Defeats Taft for
Second Place.
First Democratic President Since
Grover Cleveland.
Latest returns show Wilson wins by immense major
ity, carrying 38 out of 48 states. He received 421 electo
ral votes with a plurality of 334. Roosevelt runs away
from Taft, the President only carrying four states.
KENTUCKY CONGRESSMEN
Nine out of the eleven Congressmen elected 'were
Democrats, John W. Langley and Caleb Powers winning
in the Tenth and Eleventh Districts, respectively, by
greatly reduced majorities.
Turner Wins By Over Three Thousand.
Hon. C. C. Turner was elected Appellate Judge in this
district by a majority of over 3,000. This is indeed a high
tribute to our fellow townsman, as this district is normally
about 10,000 Republican. Mr. Turner is receiving con
gratulations from both parties upon his splendid victory,
and the. Advocate congratulates the district in its wise
selection.
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Hon, W. J. Fields, Congiessman from the Ninth District,
whose record has received merited endorsement.
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JUDGE ALLIE W. YOUNG
One of the "big guns" in the campaign, and to whom is
due a great deal of credit for Kentucky's enormous majority.
Hon. Clinton N. Howard
LECTURER-ORATOR
SUBJECT: "AUAM AND EVE AND THE BABY"
Tabb Opera House, Monday, Nov. II
Be Sure and Hear Mm Lecture Begins Promptly at 8 O'clock
Admission: 50c first floor and first two rows in
Balcony, Balance of Balcony, 35c
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