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THE BOURBON NEJYS, PARIS, KENTUCKYNOVEMBER 8, 1912
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THE BOURBON NEWS
Entered at Postoffice at Paris, Ky.,
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Wilson and Marshall Will Receive
More Than 384 Votes In
SOLID SOUTH JOINS EAST.
Returns Indicate That Senate and
House Will Be In Line With
West 5 Street
We Take Pleasure.
in noing up the finest shirt
waists or anything in the
laundry line. That is whay
made ihe Bourbon Laundrt
famous fov fine work and it
dever goes bsck on its repu
tation. If you are particular
about how your linen is
laundered, your custom is the
kind we want as we like to
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Cdc igriculturarBank ofj Paris,
Eorn at Staunton, Va., December
Graduated from Princeton CoIIeee
Graduated from the law department
of the University of Virginia 18S2.
Practice law at Atlanta 1883.
Married Helen Louise Axson. of Sa
Became professor of political econo
my at Wesleyan Univeristy 1858.
Became professor of jurisprudence
and Dolitics at Princeton 1890.
Became resident of Princeton Uni
Elected Governor of New Jersev on
he Democratic ticket 1911.
Received Democratic nomination for
President of the United Stttes, 1912.
Author of numerous works on polit
ical economy and American history.
Elected President of the United
States November 5, 1912.
In the national elections Tuesday
Wilson and Marshall, the Democratic
candidates, were elected bv what ap
pears to be sweeping popular major
ity in the nation and an electoral vote
of 384, with the probability that
the later returns will -increase this
Before midnight Tuesday President
Taft and former President Roosevelt
had conceded. the election of Wilson
and Marshall, ana the successful can
didates were being overwhelmed with
congratulations from leading men of
The Solid South and an almost solid
East joined their hallots for the Dem
ocratic Darty. Kentucky,. Indiana,
West Virginia, New York New Jer
sey, Delaware, Maine, West Virginia
and Missouri were the first . States to
Indications are that the Senate will
be safely Democratic and the House is
overwhelmingly in line with the new
" SweeDing all oDrjosition before
hem. the Democrats of Kentucky
rolled up an enormous plurality for
Wilson and Marshall, elected nine
out pf eleven Congressmen, and car
ried the State by a handsome major
ity ever both opponents of the Demo
cratic presidential nominees. With
practically complete returns from
more than eigfity but of 120 counties,
Wilson has a plurality of over 5,000
votes, and indications are that fuller
returns'will show a plurality of over
The victory was the most complete
in the history of political warfare in
Kentucky. Counties never before
known to go other than Republican
were swept into the Democratic col
umn, record pluralities were equaled
and then doubled, andTthe climax was
reacned when surh counties as Laurel,
one ofthe banner Republican strongS
holds of the rock-ribbed'EIeventh dis
trict, and Ohio, the , biggest Republi
can county in the Fourth district,Jcast
more votes for Wilson than for either
Taft Or Roosevelt.
The fight for second place in Ken
tucky was close, with a great lead
over Taft in Louisville, tne Roosevelt
followers confidently counted on run
ning second, but the Bull Moosers fell
away badly in the Stete and apparent
ly will be third when the complete re
turns are totaled.
There were no surprises in the con
gressional races. The Democratic
candidates wen easilv in the first nine
districts, while Congressman Langley
seems to have a safe lead over his
Bull Moose opponent in the Tenth, and
Caleb Powers appears to have been re
turned.a wiunerover Ben V. Smith,
the Democrat, and H. H. Seavy, Pro
gressive, in the Eleventh. The con
gressional delegation from Kentucky
will be as follows:
First District A. W. Barkley. Uem
ocrat. Second District A. 0. Stanley,
Third District R. Y. Thomas, Dem
ocrat. Fourth District Ben Johnscn, Dem
ocrat. Fifth District-Swager Sherley,
Sixth District A. B. Rouse, Dem
ocrat. Seventh District J. Campbell Can
Eighth District Harvey Helm,
Ninth District W. J. Fields, Dem
ocrat. Tenth District John W. Langley,
Eleventh District Caleb Powers,
Woodrow' Wilson won the electoral
vote of New York with the largest !
majorities since 1892. William Sulzer,
Demucrat, was elected Governor.
Both the presidential and gubernato
rial endidates will receive a plurality !
oi at least 150,000. laft ran second
in New York and the one gieat sur
prise was the small vote received by
Indiana gave the Demucratic nresi
dpntial candidate the largest plurality
since 1 892. The Democratic Nation
al and State ticket swept the Repub
licans off their feet. Ralston, Demo
crat, was elected Governor.
Woodrow Wilson swept the State by
the largest majkority ever accorded a
Democratic presidenial candidate.
Sutherland, Democratic candidpte,
will carry the state for Governor bv
25,000. Four Republicans and two
Democrats willjbe sent to the lower
house of Congress.
Wisconsin went Democratic for the
second time since 1856.
The home state of Governor Wilson.
which was placed in the doubtful col
umn, gave its nativeson a small ma
Ohio gave its full electoral vote to
the Democratic nominees. The plu
rality achieved by Wilson is stupen
dous in its proportions James M.
j Cox was elected Governor together
with the full Democraticticket.
The two Dakotas are still in the
doubtful column but incomplete re
turns indicate a close race between
Wilson and Roosevelt.
Nebraska, which gave Bryan plural
ities in 1896 and 1898 is Wilson's.
! Wilson will earrv thp. srntn bv a trrrav
pluralty than did Brvan.
Delaware with its three votes fell
into the Wilson column. "fFor sixteen
years it has sent Republicans to the
0 Wilson carried Massachusetts for
the first time in its history,
Indications are that Roosevelt
A BLOOD MEDIC5HE WITHOUT AXiCGSQX,.
Recently it has been dsfinitly proven by experiments on animals that ale-"-
lowers the germicidal power of the body and that alcohol paralyzes the v. nite -
puseles of the blood and renders them unable to take up and destroy disease rf
Disease germs cause the death of over one-half of the hurrsn race.
A blood medicine, made entirely without alcohol, which is a pure glycp" e-..
tract of roots, such as Bloodroot, Queen's root, Goldcp Seal root, Mandrake i- i
Stone root, has been extensively sold by druggists for the past forty years as D-
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. The refreshi j& influence of thii exfact .
Nature's influence the blood is bathed in the ton which gives life to the blo-itl
the vital fires of the body burn brighter and their increased activity consent
tissue rubbish which has accumulated during the winter.
Dr. R. V. Pierce, t!ie forrdcr of vie Invalids' HVoI m
jjgfeK Lur3icai institute, ana a pnysiciaa ot large expenencs -vH
figlS&iSk practice, was sac ursc to mass up en alterative trrrSAT ":
YMh) root3 without a particle cf a'cohol or narcotic.
' & "It is "with the irrcatcst of jilersure, that I vrifcs to let von l-im, ,-
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Yd v v pa treatment at home," writes Mrs. Wm. HEYrs, of Ladysmith, B.C. "a -"
VJ i. -t sV fered for three years from a ruminc sore. Consulted four rW '
ihrv fnilorl to mnnrl or invft rpiin ". Finillv T '.vn? tnlrl T vnu ;..
j7,-vN tlonar.d would have lo consult a. specialist concerning my aar, tL- -T
is dead bone must be cut out befoi-e the wound would heal. A ki'r u i- j
V . cdvised me to write to Dr. Pierce, which I did, and after sever r "
useoi the treatment me sore is nealed, and 1 enjoy better heai'h t - r
ever did. 1 dressed the wound vith Dr. Pierce's All-Healinjr -V 1
took the 'Go'den Mei.ical Dis-overy' and Pleasant Pelleta -troubles.
I shall always rc.o:cmend your medicines. J
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate liver and bowe's.
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ley make a thoroughly storm-proof
and hre-proot roof, neither of which can
be claimed for the wood shingle.
As to nrirp thev cost no mow than
good wood shingle, and in some places they cost much less.
Rods put on 26 years ago aie as good as new today, and have never needed repairs.
For Sale by Miller & Best, Miliersburg, Ky.
No Clinkers. 1 per cent ash.
Lots of Heat.
Dodson & Denton
carry Kansas by a plurality of 15,000.
Returns indicate (hat Texas 'gave a
majority of 375,000 torthe Democrat
Arizona celebrated its first election
Tuesday by giving the State to Wil
son by 5.000 majority.
Supporting figure? indicate Wilson
will carry the state by 50,000 while
the Wilson managers are claiming it
Governor Wilson may carry the
state of New Hampshire by a small
Missouri'will give its 18 electoral
votes to Wilson. Major, Democrat,
President Taft carried the state by
a small plurality.
Oklahoma landed in the Wilson col
umn by & plurality of 30,000.
President Taft carried the State by
a slender margin.
Indications are that Baldwin, Demo
crat, is elected Governor.
South Carolina gave WilBon a major
ityof 50,000 over both his opponents.
Wilson carried the state by 35,000
over Roosevelt and Taft combined.
Ten congressmen, were elected.
The state gave Roosevelt a majority
Alabama rolled up an excellent ma
jority for the Democratic candidates.
Wilson carried Arkansas by a major
ity in excess of 60,000. Roosevelt.was
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'Jibe vote in Idaho is very close wifch
toe three.candidatesgbeing only a few
hundred votes apart.
The Democrats carried Florida by a
majority of 20,000.
The State of Iowa is conceded to
Roosevelt by fully 25.000 over Wilson.
Wilson and Marshall carried Tennes
see by a big majority with Taft sec
While the returns are incomplete
Minnesota is likely to fall into the
Democratic column. s
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The Demons oi ths Swamp
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Then follow the icv chills and the fires
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Electric Bitters kill and cast out the
malaria, germs from the blood; give
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