MX STERLING ADVOCATE.
ITEMS, NEW AND TRUE: THOUGHTS, 8ENER0U8 AND GENTLEMANLY
Mt VOLUME XXIV.
.MT. STERLING, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1914.
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HQN, J, C. W, BEOKHAM
To the Democrats of Mont
gomery. County: . '
Mr. Beckham, has no cor
ruption fund. To defeat the
powerful interests opposing
him, with their ill-gotten
gains, he relies upon the
alertness and sense of jus
tice of that class of voters
who believe in the sanctity
. and purity of the ballot. -
The right of franchise is
the most responsible prerog
ative and the most sacred
duty of citizenship. 2ot to
exercise it wisely and consci
entiously, is to disregard
one's obligations to society.
A gentleman of high idsals
and patriotic purposes, Mr..
Beckham reflects, as does no
other candidate, the best and most progressive sentiment and action of today. .
. . Believing that decency, competency and honesty are now more generally appre-
ciated than ever before, we confidently appeal to all good citizens, who believe in the
...' -teachings of the party founded by the matchless Jefferson and modernized by the nias-
" ter mind of Wilson,., to go to the polls upon tomorrow and cast their votes for the Hon..
"J; G: W. Beckham. - -
MONTGOMERY COUNTY BECKHAM CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE;
"Vested with absolute and sovereign power, you sit in judgment upon the fitness of our public servants a Inch tribu
nal, from whose decision there is.no appeal. Learned judges, members of Congress, Senatoix the 'resident himself all who
nspue to posts of honor or distinction must come to you, like a blind beggar with a cup. ' Excerpt from Stanley's speech.
delivered under llie auspices of Mr. Lawrence Reichert, of the Frank Fehr brewery.
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Rewa r d I
Desiring to render all the assistance we can to prevent corruption and
fraud in blir "State Primary, August 1st, 1914, a reward of ONE HUNDRED
($100.00) DOLLARS is Kerteby offered for the arrest and conviction, in either
the State or Federal Courts, of the first -man caught committing the crime of
bribery in elections !in Montgomery CouYity. Sec. 1587 Kentucky Statutes.
Advocate Publishing Company, Inc.
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Wipe Out the Stain Placed Upon the Democratic Party of Kentucky by these Four Traitors and Their Whiskey and Beer Trust Bosses
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McNUTT CHAKLTUN ULLAKU MUELLER
Eight y'rs ago the Democracy of Kentucky held a Primary Election to nominate a candidate for the United States Senate. More than 100,000
Deneeratf artk!pted In that primary. Governor Beckham received a majority ef the votes, carrying 91 of the 119 counties In the state. The Legislature
wMeh fe Hewed was Democratic In both branches, mjt Governor Beckham had enforced the law as to closing the saloons In Louisville on Sunday, and had
steed fsr In County Unit Law, thereby Incurring the nmlty of the 'Whiskey Trust and the Beer Trust, and they seughVhls defeat In the Legislature. The
fceve 'four' men elects d as Democrats, betrayed their trust and voted for the Republican candidate, W. O. Bradley, thereby electing him te the Senate.
Yin 'bet a Yiti On August 1st to Endorse This Treackcnr? If not, Vote fir J: C. W.'Nckliafli, and Ritkt the Wrong Dmw Kim and the Dniocratic Party
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