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THE WEATHER-PARTLY CLOUDY, TONIGHT AND THURSDAY, 



MmiHtorsotlhc 



terian Churdi.LoxingloiiKv 

!QANIZED iai5. 



Koiidl^’es) 



Kt'iitiicky will pnldiwu u uil-.u crop 
ui ciini :iiul lie; lob:r v'.cM i.ill br 
very y ocl, iicconliii;' to lllc SciucT.lbcr . 
crop rcporl, issued by Coimuijsioiic,' ^ 
III A,;rietiUlire N’ew'jn.iii. 

I'm.-villo and Hell coimly aiillioriiies ’ 
bale id'fcrcd .1 reward oi $Jio ior ilicv 
capture oi Tli uiias Seitili, .vli" ,'s a. - ^ 
cM-eil oi liaviMK sUo; I’olicem'H All- , 
man .old is -ii] poscd to lie liidtitH ill 
tile iiioiinttiiiis Altman i- aliic a'lil 
tlieie Is a small clianee ior his rccos- 
ery. 

Despite the iTaheS set by Wtill Street 
, stock (pioialioiis swept ove! hi-t 
'un'mil m some imtaMces set new hiph 
m.ifk'. I!elhlehem Steil rose iicani 
liity pomls to t new record oi 450. I' 

S. Steel is away np .in the ei^hlie.-. !■. r 
the liist time in yiMr- the so- ailed 
himhs set the \ahiesi. • 

I’lisloii'ice inspect. irs ;iiter ,ne, s". 
.nation oi Smid.iv'- h'ddnp on a llalt'- 
morr I )llio fmii mar I'entral Sta 
lion, West \ irnnaa. -aid that less tiian 
.sUHi.iku, in cnrieniy wa- n" '-li by 
the rohhers. h'irst nport- jdace 1 tile 
.itnonn! oi cnrrenc.r m trtuisit Intweeii 
the tvea-nry and wesiein hanks at mure 
than JyiKi.iHKi 'Die rohhers .ue -lid 
at lame. 

I'ofil casnah'es o’ oliicers oi the 
llritisli Army iroin the henin.iinn ui 
the war tip to Septcndier .7. are sh iwn 
' hy fntnres jtist e'lveii ,.'tl to have readi- 
ed a total oi 17.171, oi which .S.17I1 were 
olTicers who were killed or ha I die.i. 
while iii.-iiKi were w. .tided ami t..|_'.i 
listed : - tnissinj;. 

( MTicta! advices were recetve' m 
. Washinitton that the \. 11 . C. (!o\- 
' ertmietit.s were tii accord with 'In' de- 
cision oi the United State- to recop- 
itt/e I'arranz.i as a s.ihttion ,.i the 
Me.vican sitnatidti. I'ollow im.' deter- 
min.ilton oi the iorin ht evhicli ■• •c.in- 
nilion slnill h.' extended, an einh.irn'i 
on tirms to opposiinr i.iciions will he 
placed. 

t The Ihiiled States is m.t merely Iry- 
inn to keep out oi Itonhle. hut is seek- 
ini' to iireserve the fomidations upon 
s which peace -tan b.' ndniilt, declared 
f. I’residiiit Wilson in an address beiotc 
the D.annliters of the .\nierican Revo- 



late John R. Payne, a leading lawyer 
of the Fayette bar, and Miss Ellen 
DoiiRlass Woolley and was born Feb- 
rttary 2, 1872. She is survived by Mrs. 
Charles Kerr, wife of the circuit judge 
and another sister. Miss Margaret 
Payne, treasurer of The Lexington 
Herald, one brother, Mr. John B. 
Payne, the well known business man. 
Robert W. Wooley, Direetor of the 
Mint, of Washington, and C. W. Wool- 
ley, one of the editors of the Wall 
Street Journal are first cousins of Miss 
Payne. 

The sympathy of hundreds of friends 
is felt for the hereayed and condolence 
THE GREEN EVEl) MONSTER is expressed on all sides. May they 

find consolation in the thought that she 
is safe in the aims of Jesus, receiving 
the reward he has promised to the 
faithful, and that they mav ioin her 



NxxM) (KcanncHiAN niiMn 



SECOND PRESBYTERIAN 
CHURCH 



Celebrating Its Centennial Wi'h Im- 
pressive Exereises 

The celebration of the Centennial 
Anniversary of the Second P'“shy- 
terian Church is progressing with im- 
pressive exercises. 

It was organized in 1815 with fifteen 
tiiembers and was then named the 
Market Street Presbyterian Church. 
The first church building, erected main- 
ly by men, who were not then profess- 
ed Christians, was begun in M.iv 1814. 
and dedicated fiily .to, 1815. The huild- 
ing was erected for the Rev. James 
McChord who served the church for 
five years and died May 20, 1820. To 
honor his memory, his people buried 
his body under the pulpit in whi'-li he 
had preached iim! set a marble tablet 
in the wall to inscribe the fact. To 
still further their feelings toward himi 
the people on August 26, 182.1, changed 
the name of  he church to the Mc- 
Chord Presbyterian Church. Later 



wlm-!i even ;m,'‘ tin' mim,"i-.' 
had .ati'lied their :i|ipetile- -oill 2. 
e'l with thcT '■ ■ eD. In addil'-ni 
fe.i-t. the ho«i did not neglee' 
his gne-t- saniph' some of tin- ' 
Taylor" mell ■ i w'ilh age an ! .!■ ' 
fully prepared hy i-xperienee.l 
with mint ami sugar. There ',v 
huge reeepticle oi imuch f.e 1 
wh.i i|.. not .Iriiil; the -trou,.,-r ir 
I'.ach gue-l wa- given :i menieu 
the shape o,' a small holth- 0! 



.As.sassination and Sell Murde 



MRS. NORMAN G.\LT. PM.SIDENT WILSON'S l l.XNCl 



Owsley Stanley Afks War Dcpartnicn 
to Let Capt. Morrow Siicak 



ID was saul that he was jealous of 
Mr$.JSims. This was admitted hy the 
widow, who was found at the home of 
a neighbor. Saturday night he sew her 
writing a Sunday-schotd lesson and 
asked her if she was penning a love let- 
ter to Dr. Deliauni. He demanded to 
see it. She refused and lore it up. It 
is said Sims s'riick her and that .1 son 
w?nt to his mother's aid. Mrs. Sims 
ami children theu. went to a neighbor's 
home and remained there all night. 

It was said that a year ago Sims, 
who led the choir at the Christian 
Church, was told by a woman, who 
knew of his 'ntciise jcalous.v, that he 
"had l etter watch Mrs. Sims and Mr 
DcB.aum," 

DeBauni also was a ehtireh worker 
He was a pillar of the Cornishville 
Christian Cliurch. DeBauni had hecn 
advis''d to have Sims placed under a 
peace bond hecaitse of the latter's 
threat, but refused. Sims is said to 
have told a son-in-law two weeks ago, 
that he could not stand his troubles 
much longer and that he intended to 
kill his wife and DeBaum. 



Kentucky is a democratic state state 
by fifty thousand and Stanley an I the 
rest of the ticket are entitled to the full 
democratic vote. “Gum Shoe" tactics 
will only win when you are ofT your 
guard. Go to work right now and find 
nut who is who in your neighbni nood. 
Tell your county chairman the condi- 
tion of things ind do your part toward 
voting and no complaint ran he ‘oitml 
with you or your democracy. Let's 
see if we can't outdo all former elee- 
tions in the wty of big m.ajorities Let 
every man do Ins part in electing Stan- 



BANKERS ELECT 



Kentucky members of the .American 
Bankers’ .Association elected C. N. 
Maiming, of I.exington, vice president 
for Kentucky; II, G. Sharp, of Mays- 
villc, member 01 the noniiiiatmg com- 
mittee, and C, II. Ellis, of Sturgis, al- 
ternate. 

Max Nahni, of Bowling Green, was 
clccteil president of the Kentucky 
Bankers’ Association, and Arch B. 
Davis and H. D. Ornishy, of T.ouis- 
ville, were re-elected secretary and 
treasurer, respectively. E. E. Iloge, 
of Frankfort; E. B. Robertson, of 
I.ouisville, and W. M. Bright, of Stan- 
ford, were elected on the executive 
committee. 



lower Dr 
tinnes on 
fronts 



MAJ. TENNY REGISTERED 



S.sn.ooo.mi I'n I'lGiri' PROIMI’.I- 
I'lON 

"The Wholesale l.npior Dealc-s' .\s. 
social ion ap) ropriated $,tn.ixvi,oo,T for 
the fight agaiii't the nation.il prohibi- 
tion ameinlmen;," deolarcd Mr-,. Tran- 
ces P. Parks, corresponding s-’er"f,ry 
of the National Women’s Chrl tiati 
Temperance I'lnon, in her anninl re- 
port to the forty-second annual con- 
vention of that organization at .Seattle, 
Washington. The report contiiuie l; 

“Other liquor associations ar ' piling 
up funds for ti'C same purpose Our 
oppoiicnts were never so alert ami ag- 
gfessiv i.” 

TIi- 2 treasurer's annual report siiow- 
ed a balance of $fio,ooo on hand 



In nddiii.m l.a llu' twi-'v-' cr 
car loads of n, opl,-. manv b".* 
went 'll anloin-'bih's, inclulii'. 
writer and whe, who are gri.'" 
ilehic I to Mr Wood I.ongmo.vr 
seat in his splcfdi'l machine. 



unable to leave his room, was duly re- 
corded as a voter and Democrat in the 
city of I.exington. 

Maj. Tenny’s negro body-servant had 
come to the polls to register, mention- 
ing that his master was anxious to 
vote for Stanley, especially on account 
of the father of the Democratic nom- 
inee for Governor, who was a Con- 
federate soldier. He said Maj. Tcnny 
was too feeble to come out. Mr. Ott’s 
sympathies for the veteran were arous- 
ed. After a conference with his col- 
leagues it was decided that it would 
he legal to register Maj. Tenny in his 
room. Two of the officers left the reg- 
istration booth, the other two remain- 
ing. Maj. Tenny declared it was the 
greatest honor he had ever received. 



.MORROW TO SPEAK HERE 



Dr. Charles Lee Reynolds. .Among 
these letters was one from W. C. Mc- 
Chord, of Springfield, Ky., whose an- 
cestor, the Rev James McChord, caus- 
ed the erection of the edifice, which 
“The Red Brick Church on Market 
Street” .succed.'d. Dr. Reynolds him- 
*clf read an interesting historical oaper] 
before the afternoon audience on “The 
History of the Church,’’ which brought 
out many expressions of congratulation 

Historical sketches of the church and 
its prominent rrcinbers and the reading 
of letters of felicitation and congrat- 
ulatio.i from tlte notables of the Pres- 
byterian Church and the delivery of an 
addreis on “The Ai proachableness of 
Christ,” by Dr. Robert Christie, pro- 
fessor of theol-agy at Pitsburg, filled 
and which was replete with facts re- 
gard'.ig the history of the church. 

He was followed by General V’ilbur 
R. Smith with a paper on the “Men's 
Clubs of the Church;” by Mrs. C. W. 
Matthews on a “History of the 'Vom- 
an’s Organizations of the Church,” 
and by Miss Sue B. Scott commenting 
on "The Daughters of the Church,” 
■who have 'been in the service since the 
beginning and foundation of the con- 
gregation. 

Geo P. Wilson, D. D,, preached last 
night, tomorro'w night Worship and 



LOOKS GOOD TO C.VN'I'RILJ 



Hon. E. P. Morrow, Republican 
nominee for Governor, will invade this 
section and m.ikc .speeches as follows; 

Nichclasville— Wednesday, October 
20, 10 a. m. 

Vcrsaille.s — Wcdncsdtiy, October 20, 
2 p. m. 

Lexington — Wednesday, October 20, 
at night. 

Georgetown— Thursday, October 21, 
to a. m. 

Paris — ^Thursday, October 21, 2 p. m. 

Winchester — Thursday, October 21, 
at night. 



rongrossman J. Camphell C.mliill 
eamc to I.onisv'.ll.- last night from Car- 
lisle, where h.' aildressed a large ,01 1 
enthusiastic rr.awd iu tile .afteriiocii 
He left this morning for ll.ardstoiMi 
where he spetiks this aftenioou. after 
whieh lie will return to Louisville and 
speak tonight under the auspices of 
the Tnclfth W;in! Demncratie Cluh :'t 
Twenty-sixth and Chestnut streets. Mi. 
Canlrill said that from his ohserva- 
tiniis since taking the stump for the 
ticket, that th; signs wore ttnmistak- 
.ahle of a sweeping Dcmoeratic vieln.-y 
in Kcnlticky this year. “I never saw 
Demacrats more united or in heller 
fighting trim,” he said. — [.niiisvlTe 
Times. 



C.ULARET 



licnuersoii loimty. ri'C'ignwr,! f.-r 
many years as the largest p'O.liicer of 
apples in the Slate, will prodiic-.’ over 
2(xa.0(n hiishels o' fine apples this 1;,I1. 
To d;i!e both enid .storages are full .in.l 
growers are shipping to Louise ill;. 
Nashville, St Louis an.l Evansville fe'.r 
storage'. Forty-five thousand nartcis 
have been stored there, and others ; re 
packing their fittest fruit iu hushel box- 
es and shipping to Boston, Neev York. 
Cliicago aiul Philadelphia. TItcy are 
receiving from S2 to S.t per box fo' the 
fruit, evhich eonsi.sis of the Winesip, 
Grimes Golden .Arkansas Black, Stay- 
man atal nelieious varieties. 



At the Phoenix Hotel Grill DcTghl-s 
Patrons. 

Thg most popular place in town is 
the P'loenix Hotel grill. It has not 
only proved enjoyable to visitors to 
the trots, hut is a source of continual 
delight to the people of Lexington and 
vicinity. The nicmi is unsurpassed and 
the nine carharet entertainers, who per- 
form every night, from qt.to to 12:00 
drive dull care away and make the 
moments pass most pleasantly. Every 
delicacy of the season is serve 1 and 
the service is bv the most competent 
waiters. Under the present manage- 
ment the Phoenix is more than niain- 
itaining its reputation as one of the 
very best hostelrics in the cotm'ry. 



OLLIE JA.MES COMING 



Senator Ollie M. James will speak in 
behalf of the Jiemocratic State ticket 
at the .Auditorium Eritlay evening, Oc- 
tober 22. The speech of Senator l.inics 
is expected to mark the opening of a 
whirlwind campaign in tlic comity that 
will be cnniluctctl up to the night nc- 
fore the election. Mr. Stanley, the 
nominee for Gevernor, also will speak 
'in Lexington before the close oi the 
contest it is st.itcd. 



FALLS TO HIS DEATH 

•After 26 hour; of searching, the body 
of Lieutenant Walter R, Taliaferro, 
army aviator, who fell to his death was 
located in San Diego Bay by divers 
from the U. S. S. San Diego. Talia- 
ferro’s 'body std! was strapped to the 
pilot’s setit. Hj was a relative of for- 
mer Chaplain Taliferro, of the Ken- 
tucky Penitentiary. 



CHAMPION ANDERSON 



In defeating J. W. Morford in the 
finals of the tournament for the pos- 
session of the Alexander cup F. Paul 
Anderson, Jr., became the yo’jngest 
champion the Country Club has ever 
known in its history of the sport of 
the links. 

He defeated Mr. Morford yesterday 
by the close score of 2 to i, in the 
regular number of holes. He made 
the links in 80, while his elder onpo- 
ponent. with a handicap of six strokes, 
[negotiated the course iu 87. 



DRUNKEN MOTOR DRIVER 



Gov. J. B. McCreary has offered a 
reward of two hundred dollars for the 
apprehension and conviction of New- 
ton Chenatilt. colored veteran of the 
Spanish-.Amcrican War, who is charg- 
ed with the murder of T.uther Hum- 
mons, colored, of Tlummonsville, and 
whom he is alleged to have killed be- 
cause Hummons objected to him as a 
son-in-law. 



FORGOT M.-Vr COHEN’S NAMh 



Cn.mly Judge Frank Bullock Satrr- 
day .aficrnnou found John Harnett, a 
young farmer living on the Tate's 
Creek pike, guilty of operating a mo- 
tor vehicle while under the influence 
of liquor and fined him $50 and cos:s. 
It is a pity that a jail sentence also 
could not be imposed. 



LEE MITCHELL HURT 



Don’t put up a bluff unless you are 
pretty sure the other fellow can’t sur- 
mount it. 

If every man is the architect of his 
own fortune, the world is full of bum 
architects. 



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THE LEXIIJGTONIAN 



THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1915 



THE LEX I NOTON RAX 

Published at I 

W. P. WALTON'S PRINTER V ^ 

Phone 478 

LEXINGTON, KY 

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14. I 90 ; 

ONE DOLLAR A YEAR ' 

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Entered at the Lexington Postoflke 
as Second-Class Malt,;'. 1 



W. P. WALTON I 



KEHOE DEFENDS ADMINIS- 
TRATION 



STANLEY RIDES A MULE 



DEMOCRATIC ({ANDIDATES TO 
KEBORT 



DE.MOCRATIC TICKET | 

For Governor 

A. O. STANLEY ' 

For Lieutenaiu Governor 
JAS. D. BLACK 
For Attorney General I 

M. M. LOGAN ' 

For Secretary of State ' 

BAKKSD.M.E IIAMLFTT 

For Auditor ; 

ROBERT L. GREENE I 

For Treasurer 1 

SHERMAN GOODPASTER 
For Cler'K Court of Appeals I 
RODMAN M KEENON 
For Snpermtendent Public Instruction 
V. O. GILBERT 

For Ct'niinissioner of Agriculture i 
MAT S. COHEN i 

I'or Railroad Commissioner 
Sll) T. DOUTTllTT 
l-'nr Circuit Judge , 

WILLI \M PRi'.STON KIMBALL ' 
For Conimonwealth's Attorney ! 
JOHN R. ALLEN 
1 ' ir Circuit Clerk 
J H. CARTER j 

i ,ir State Senator 
•:il().\!A  \ COMBS ! 

1 ,'nr R. ;,-e«entative 6jml Di trict | 

r II, NICHOLS I 

1 - r e- -e.-ent.-itiu- 'i.trd District 
C. (. HOBBS 

THE PRi'SIDI-.Vl ro M.\RRY j 

Wh.i vvonlil hate thought ihil with. 
In- -nnltiphciiy o' ilntR-, in one -f the 
iiM't critical perioil-, of the country's 
liistory. I’re-i leir Wilson woult' have 
found fine to woo and win a 1 harm- 
ing woman’ lb' has ilonc that very 
thing thiiM'jh .-oiil anitonnceire'it is 
made In-, auil.orily that beti.r,- the 
winter w'li'l-. Mow he will take to him-' 
self a liri'li- in ,1 e |ier-on o' .Mr- Nor- 
man Galt, ill- 'viihnv of the h'ading 
iioM-ler 'i W-i -'ihi-.;lon ami a Virginian 
by birth I-.vi rc one loves a love: and 
the wli"i nalioM j'dns in rongratnla- 
1 ; Ills t" tin- ill 's' rein. irk. ible lU'in the 
i-onnlr\ li.is i-ver produei-il Mr- Gait 
i- . ii'l 1" be a v --V beanlifnl worn I'l op 
the -iinny -id'- ■ fort;, and to In- of a 

■ y ;'r"iniiieni "iinily of ilie ( IM Do- 
minion. She -he I- u'rv '-'.;ipv 

anil well -ill- in IV be since -In- Inc 'ines 
the lir-i inly '■ ihe land .iii'l .|. -lim-d 
to b.' -o' lire or sj\ y-ars ( witi-g to 

till (act tli.it It." kill- liii-baii.l -eis a 
t r:i.||.-:ii:in ill'l ’ the \ery .e! c ..f 
W.i'lilitgioii o - iv d.i not rec igni/e 
■'i-i' .-ill-- . /ell- a- i-'pials, Mr.s 

r, I - 1 ;,- iiol 1 "-' -1 the ri-cipi. nt if the 
fioT- o' t.io-e v.li" think it a di-'-redil 
t'l , lie 0- lion; for one's fortune, but 
11'.',-. h. '- ' ig’’| ail, 1 right ail.! left 

be the lliiiikie- v.ho that think lli"_i are 
the .vo'-hr ele ■! ami regai'lwlr't they 
e.'ill c t-.iii'i .11 I '■ 'till' as unworthy of 
reeognitioii It iioiild be the exenilili- 
fieat'''ii of ihe i lernal fitne-s of things 
that till pro-lie, tAe wife of the Pre-- 
idi-iit -I1011M gill- tbein the cold 
-hi nildi r 

The agony will -0011 be over and S.it- 
iinlav nill u-ll tin tale tor th- imtiiicipal 
candidate- Ml of tlu-in (niucss the 
ttlipo-t contidefice that they will be 
mnninated. They live iti hope if they ! 
have to die in de-pair We arc pretty 
Well -at'-tied who will be '.-Ito-o'ti but' 
We w nit tell for fear it would take 
tile interest nut of the imeertainty. It 
is wonderful bow liope springs eternal, 
in tile liiinian bna-t and bow- it spiings, 
stronger in a eamlidalc's breast than 
any other linman being. He will toll, 
yon tlia' be lias a dead sure thing when 
von know that he lias not a rliance op i 
his life. It is well for him that he can I 
feel so. that is if lie does which, we very j 
iiitich ilonln. even if he will have to ex- 
perience bitter disaiipointmeni, , 

The street c.ars are carrying a iiie-| 
ture of E. P. Morrow on a card with’ 
these words, ''Vote for Morrow andj 
return to prosperous times; abolish 1 
iisclesa offices and useless officials and 
enforce rigid economy.” Sonnds good, 
but is specious. If Morrow is hy any 
stroke of fate elected, he could not 
po.ssibty institute any reforms, but b-t 
worse than a notch on a stick. Ed. is 
a go.1.1 fellow but he doesn’t know how. 



Owsley Stanley is the most indefatig- I 

When Mr. F. M. Getty’s of the able campaigner that ever mounted the ! Will Send Bac'  tj  Headquarters In- 

Great Union National Bank at raging stump. He lets nothing keep ' formation They Gather While 
Louisville, offered a resolution before from makiiip, his appointments and , Tour.tig [the State, 

the Rankers meeting at Frankfort to j, willing to undergo any kind of in- 

appoint a special committee of sewn, convenience to do so. He had an ap- I**® ' 

to be known a» the' State Financts pointnient at Hir.dman last week and ‘hat they may "keep tabs” on 

Comnultce, to make a .study of the , „-as no way to get everywhere in the state, the 

causes of the prc.scm growing d-'^.cit | ,here but to ride the 16 miles from the Democratic campaign Inanagers have 
in the State Treasury, and to reconi- railroad on a mule’s hack. The aver- assigned certa n definite territory to 
mend a remedy therefor; tn confer with jjjp 1,^,) almost as lief ride a ramet *he various candidates on the ,'tats 
the outgoing officers and place llie ! a mule but Stanley making a virtue ‘L'ket, each man to be responsible for 
good offices of the association to co-|of necessity ,)rctcndcd to like it and ‘he situation in the territory assigned 
operate with the incfuning office', mourning one tode the 16 long miles, him. It was decided, at a meeting 

Former Congressman J. N. Kehoc, I gpjd,,;, sorer at each step of the ani- ‘h® candidates at the Galt House 

now a banker at Maysville, looked |mal. He is still taking his meals from j o” ‘h® "'ght of Monday, Sept. 27th, 
upon it as an attack on tlie Democratic ! mantel, unable to sit in romfo't. bull ‘ht ‘ as the candidates travelled over 
administration and made a vigoroiis : i,g ukowed tha: he is made of sterner ' ‘h® •‘'tatt, they would send in their re- 
protest against the association iiUrr- than his opponent, Mr. Mot row I 1’'’“’’ headquarters and that they 
' fcriiig with political matters against its !^,i,o when he found he had to ride a would hold regular meetings in T.ouis-| 

j intent .'ml declared that the debt of m„)e cancelled his appointment at the '’’h® during the campaign, to discuss 

I the State was i'l large measure due to , sjime place, saying that such r ride each others reports. The managers feel 

I e.xpeiulitures for progressive measures, i p(,{ i,!,,, of commission for ‘ha‘ ‘his plan will enable them to keep/ 

Mr. Gettys declared he had no idea of ,|,c rest of the campaign. When the absolutely clrisc touch with the nro-i 
injecting imlitics into the body bid people found out that the Democratic gress of the campaign. j 

suggested that It was time for patriotic ' nominee for governor was coming to Under the arrangement arriv-cd at, 
citizens to assist, if possible, to stop the ,),p|n astride of an ass they met him on J»f'g® James D, Black, candidate for 
growing ileUcit m the State Trea.siiry 1 ,|,g ^nd r.vde triumphantly with lieutenant governor, and Col. Robert 
He suggested that a definite date of,|„-n, to town where a large crowd lis- L. Greene, candidate for auditor ofi“ 
maturity of the slate warrants would t( „c(i with rapt attention to his fervid I public accounts, will look after the 
broaden the market f.'ir them and make oratorv and cheered him to the echo. ! Eleventh Congressional district: Hon. 
them eligible for investment bv Fed- ' Knott county, a Rc- 1 Slierni.cn Goodpastcr, candidate for| 
eral reserve b.inks. Economy, a re p„i,]|i.;i„ stronghold, after such a per- ‘i‘'i‘® treasurer, and Judge Ernest B i 

adjustment of .ipportionments and an tormance docs not admit of a doubt. Clarke, candid ite forjudge of court of; 

extra five-ccnt levy for five year-, he ■|-],(. inoitntnin ))(-ople love a men who j fiPPCtiL in the Seventh Appellate di- ' 

thought, might wipe out the indebted- ^^illing to t,a' » it rough and tumble : will look after the Ninth, Prof. ^ 

uess. The other recourse he snggestcQ , ,„i  .;ta„ii.y , bero in their eyes. ' Barksdale Hamlett. candidate for sec-j 

is a eiin-.titmii)aal .anu-nilment refund- retary of State will look after the | 

ing tin debt in long-time bonds. His .| .4 f.cnder asks in pl-nn- First ; Hon Mat*. S. Cohen, randidalc 1 

crilieisni, he explained, was not of i..„ii.nees “'J the Stanley campaign ; commissioner of .agricnltiire. the; 

size of the delit but to the system of ' ib„„p||,y," ;i,„| ipc proceeds to answer , Fourth; O. St.anley. the Second;: 
fni.ancing it. j„ alfirmalive. The wish is cvi-iHon. Rodman W. Keenon. candidate 

The eommilt'C wa- not appointed , |i,.,„iy [;,|i,i.r to ilu' thonglu for surely I for the clerk of the court of appeals,! 
.-iiiil if it had been it i-otild have he-n ■ ,],pr,. j- reason to think so. Stan- i the Eighth: and Hon. V. O. Gilbert, 
able to aceomplish aitythiiig. This I j,; making a triumphal tour and is e.andidatc for commissioner of agricul- 
administration at least does not U'.'d ' ,.ygry where received with aeelaiin and 1 tiirc, and Hon. M. M. f-ogan. candidate 
oniside assistance. eiuhnsia.sin. At Stanford, a MrChes. j for attorney general, the Third. Thg 

, . . . ' ney stronghold. Monday, he spoke to .1 j Fifth and Sixth districts being cilv dis- 

" "fis pity, 'll- true, and pity 't's Til j frowd an l was cheered to the j tricts, will be looked after by the reg- 

trne." Inn lit-- soealled Progressive 14, „p,.ei;h being pronounced by | niar organizations, 

party pa-sing away like 1 s,,fi -iiin- |„,,„y 1,.,^.,, ,|e- 1 ' ■ *'• 

liter d'lt, taking the registration li-'s as i„ the town. The way he tore; THi; STR.XND 

eeiilenei. In loig llley voi-d .S.ojo argninenls oi Morrow into, 

strong in l.oiiisville and la-t week thev ip,,_ ^ eantion. It i- iliel Beaiilifiil New Movie Tbeatre CIpened 



•SEVENTY-ONE AND TWE.NTY- 
EIGHT 

S. C. Wilhoite, 71, obtained lice.ne 
to raarry Mrs. Mary Dotson, 28, whose 
husband has been dead but seven j 
months. 



GET A 

^^LUBIE” 

THE BEST 
’ $2.00 HAT 
MADE 

LUBY and 

ALEXANDER 



had melted away to (1.S7 althongli their 
eandi.lale for gi vernor, bred I. ')res-i 
ler. live- there and the heaili|ttart"rs cd , 
llu- diminisIting hosts are in tlf city.! 
Perhaps iIr- pri nnilgation by llie few^ 
who met In convention oi the adiMition 
of a platform embracing state-wide! 
prohibition and woman siilfrage KHK-k-| 
ed out tliosi- wit I can not eiidors.' .siicli ^ 
propositions -iml declined to bvoinej 
:i part to them, .^t any rate the show-i 
ing 1- eiioiigh to make Chaiimanl 



same everywhere No speake' waS| J iiesaay .’siglil 

ever more mo'e i-onlially received or 

given closer attention. The other I he beautiful Strand Theatre, (/tie of 
-lieaker- arc d-ung line work also and - the prettiest in the South, was opened 
helping to roll up th,- -o.noo majority . Tuesday night and several thousand 
it seems certain that the ticket will re- ; patrons crowded through the door to 
ceive. Nay, verily, the Stanley cam- j see the new theatre and the picturei 
paign is not -li’mping. On Ihe con-! that night and to Congratulate Man- 
irary quite the reverse. It is growing 1 ager Zahler, and the officers of the 
all th-.- lime in force and effect. ; Phoenix Amusemcnl Company and to 

■ • ■ 1 celebrate with them the grand open- 

'I'hc Rev. N. .\. Palmer, secretary of| j„g i 



Tuesday Night 



all th-.- lime in force and effect. 

'I'hc Rev. N. .\. Palmer, secre'arv of 



Combs and Manager^Holt realize what the aitli-saloon league, seems to love Many box p.artieAwere in evidence,! 
a iovli.rii hrrpc-^t;y»«re- (rt+r-.tqg'its S-e tc - Ir .-o . -il i (M i I'l i, t . and rfiiity iiiciehcr-Aai-riie Lc-mo, ■.'//«- 
lead. judging hy his proncuess tn do so. | Rigarv Chib attended in a body as a 

I lU- i  y-llcjjed !■) iiav(* told the Medio- 1 to Robert A. McDowell, of' 

i lie War Dupartiiieut has •'•■ilfrrd j di-st Coiifcreiu*' *il Hartford lluiL Stan- Hoiiiiville, a prominent Kotarian, who 
Cai»t- Charles ii. Morrow, I S A., jley was nominated by fraud ami tha^ is a stockholder in the Phoenix Amuse - 1 
I'j'.diteinth Infantry, K* retrain from! many Kepnblicaiis were permitted to mom Company ind its attorney, 
an active pan m 1 le Ke])ul)li’'tin Stale! vote for him. .\dinitliiijj that it is true, j por a first «'ltraction the tnanaift?-' 

t'ainpiiicii 111 i\i'n iicky. It *u(ik tln''j wliat Ims it to do ^^ith a inectinjj of mmit olTered the six-reel Vita*^raphl 

aeiiuii i-.llowtn.kt die receipt d i tele- Christians- Dr, Palmer (ni^dit to strike iVaiure, 'The l.sie of Regeneration,', 

grain tmiii C';.;»i \|orro\v. in whi-h he a bee line for .\1ii’higan. Ilis rr»om in i ^ dramatization of the Rev. Cyrus 

ailniitiid that he !kkI been biiiAufi Jo' Keiiiiuky is bciter than liis con nans, j I'ovvnsend Hradv's wonderful sforv of 



KODAKS 
STATIONERY 
TENNIS 600DS 



TABLETS 

45c a Dozen 

PENCILS 

Any 5c brand 

45c a DOZEN 

Univarsity Book Store 

• 235 West Short St; - ~ 



ilehver  evera! ]• )litioal sp.’e‘-!i« s ii 
KeniM'‘lx\ in bulia of bis pro.lu*r, Kd I ho American peojde seem to lo\e to (jhoice of an opening pic*ure, 

will i* .M'lri'ti'v, t le Republican ii nn be in led and  i 'tiiktr sieins t»i be die general "ti";! impression'* o\'cr* 

im-c .r G"V'-ni'" I'his i- t.. re l "rn M.-i-y d:.y :m l hour in the ye.n, -had.wved nil other iiUercsts to those 

1 , Cn|.t. .Morow’s s|)ee-iic. -I'lill . The post office (! •;, nrltneni re|)oris th.-tl the first night a 

linrm :ii*d he fceliii'g ilt'il It. diiriiig the \t-nr they h.ive heett ruhhc I l j;/ siwcess, nit i everv ouc enme nw.iy 
cl|i!ii,; It:- '.vin brother woiil.' oi 111x1,000 by irniidlenl schemes, "spressions of the siic- 

ii-ni 11m. it itisfnclioii h'lii. eoveniig n wide rnuge of tliein. .Mnity ,|,j. m„| j,j 

of ill - inkers wrote from Kciif.ickv. 



n dramntization of the Rev. Cyrus 
Townsend Brn.ly’- wonderful story of 
the same name. But admirable as , 
was the choice of an opening picture,' 



im-c ir llovi-'iio' I'his i- to '.c re horn 1 M-ry day and hour in the yeai. 
grelli- 1 , ('n|*t. ,\1 or-ow’s s|)ee-!ic. -oiil 1 . The |)o-t office (h-|,arltnenl re|ioris that 



Itavf bi-i 11 11m. -it itisfaclioii h'lii. 



The icgi'trati'ii in Loui-ville -how- 
.1 m:iior;lv bv tin Democrat' over tin 



iMiiiiii'--d tliai I'. .Samli-rs On, 



Ri |.:iM;c,-mi- :iv :e than 1 with "i 'h-.- I larro l-biirg Leader, Ins rc- 
oiilt 1.5S; (livi'li (! iiiong the iiulc'ieii.l-i liu'U-"l I" hi- li'-i love and registered 
iu|s, s.ic'alisls t.ii I what iio|s. b'r.iui'-i^ a Democrat. Mr has boxed every 
this it would leiu 'hat Stanley i- uooj point oi the iiolilieal compass and lind.- , 
for Um Ive I" l''■'lee■l ihousaiiil tii:ijoriiy ' there 1- 110 ;iarlv bke that of the pciple. 



with kindest •: spressions of the suc- 
cess oi the ii'-w house and its inan- 
ageineiit. 1 

Th,' Siraml will scat i,4C» persons,! 
I. (XX) on the lir 1 floor and 400 o.i the' 
second, of which joo arc in the mez- i 
zaiiin-,' boxes. 'J he main amlitori'.ini is ! 
ijo fort by fifty-five feet, hetwce'i the' 
stage and the foyer. The prosc.-uium 
arch on the st-igc is thirty-five feet 



in the city. If -■ his inajoriiy over Wcdcligatc I'.iblor- I’lilliam and Hul-.^^|,|^. ;,„,i ii,jr;y (ee, high, and the 



Morrow will le fitllv 5o,rxxr, unless a, 'oil 1" lie him down this lime 

feeliue of ,'ibsoliiii sc -nrity kc,'|is I)ciii-i 

ocrals ir.iin the ;i Ms which we cm not M'''. tiall's fir-l sweetheart has I'.eiii 
think men who re d"c the ’m;eirlanrc , ioiiiid ,".iiil of cour-e there will 
of the election '.vill icrntil. jolliers, I-'. J. L |idikc, a Icadi 



stage twenty-five feet deep, sufficiently 
large for use in vaudeville, and dress- 
ing rooms are .irr.anged above the ex- 



ioitiul , '.lid ..f eoer-e there will O'.' many I that go om .'rom the nnin audi- 
oiliers, I'. J. L |idike, a leading mei- j either -idc of the stage, 

chant of Barh.e.irville. W. Va . niml-j 'n„ ,^,,5 designed hy Jo- 



lt 'cciiis '.I have lu'cn tac' l\ | c-lly confesses t!tat he was lirsi sweet-, 
agree 1 to wait t ll the itriiitary i- .e. ..t ; heart of Mr-, Norman (ki 
before a vigorous cain|)aigii for s;ate , Bresi leiil \\ ils ui. Next. 



bean of Mrs, Norman Galt, fiancee oL ville, and 



se|)h .'v Josc|)h, architects of l.oiiis- 



reprerents an outlay of ap- 



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is begun. 


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will ring 


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lielorc a vigorous eainiiaigii lor sate,   ri SI lem nils m. .\ext, 1 Iiroxiinatcly $).s,ooo coni|)lete. The 

and ..liter lord . fficcs is hcgiin. Alter j _ ! building was r ,'iet. id hy the Con rletoi. 

Saturday, llie v nods will ring with | Wilb.-mi Jeiuimg Bryan has "Pphed i f^nniher Company, of this city, 
oratory and ev-ry man will he iit.liicul , 'or memliersliii. in our ela-. He an- ' Officers of th-’ Vhoenix Amus.Mncnt , 

t.. .lo his duty. 'I here aiq.ears 110 sign "omices that If.- will never run I,,r ..f- Corn-tatty arc; rresident, M. Switow, 

of disaffection here ind .Stanley wlio;l'‘'c again, a "ery sensible (Ic-isiiin, „( l.D-.iisvilk", vice president, James , 
has always carried Fayette will d" so' 'nice he co.iM not lie elected dog lintm,, „( Lonisvilic ; secrctary-trea.s- 1 
again hy even . larger majority. j pcher, „r^.r manag'.'r. Louis Z.^hl’er, for- 

^ __ I I ; mcriy of Chicago and now of Lexing- 

\Ye might have known that some- ' 'Ihe Hon. Il.irry V. .McChesney is |-i,p „|Ticers comprise the 

thing was n;. win 11 I’resident Wilson ' P'’ovnig the genuineness of his Ds-moe- hoar -1 of directors. Other stockhol lers 
anitoniired that he would vote for the ’■"''y He is iii.'king speeches for the .j^c Garret 1 ) Wilson, of Lexington,' 

wnmait sulfraL" amendment at the New Stanb/v ticket ami urging evcrvbodv | owner of the site on which the theatre 

Jersey ek-elion. A pretty wnmin can!"'’ '"''U®' differences and give it a cor- 1 erected; Desha Rreekinridgc and 
gel in her work most effectively if she 'hal sni.|.ort. ; Roj,eri McDowell, of Louisville, 

selecis the jir-.iter time for it. 1 i , . 

As a result of the Sunday elo.singjKo TOBACCO POOL IN GREEN 

Mrs, Galt, 'h.' President’s fnnce, is Chicago, tin.' Court Monday had RIVER DISTRICT 

one of eleven ihildren, nine of win tn I ib cases, witon the average is over 

are living Win n they all swoop doe.-n -m S.aloon keepers claim that they 
at the White House for dinner, a k-.v k.st felly $400,000, hut nobody should 

year This i 

more i lank- wdl have to he put I'lto care or that. announcement was made by the offi i 

the extension table. — ci.als .aUhe Green River American So- 

— 1 he press a^ent is Retting m his P . \ 

C.S r i "ork imd it is hard to tell whether lie ^ 



Forty ' 

miles 

from home 

Boya — just think what a lot of fun 
you can get out of a bicycle. Saturday 
and Sunday camping trips — a 1000- 
mile tour this summer — easy access to 
the best swimming hole, secret trout 
brook or bird cover. Besides, it’s 
great exercise. 

IVER JOHNSON ; 
Scout Bicycle 

Thirty years aco your father probably 
rode an Iver Johnson and knew it ae the 
finest machine of that day. The Iver 
Johnson is siiil the strongest, fastest* ' 
easiest riding bicycle you can buy. I 

to $40' with special models a little 
biirher. • 

Ask for bif 72*pai« oataloi of bicrclii and notorcftlai 

BURKE'S BICYCLE SHOP j 

i68 E. Main - - Lexington, Ky. , 

Phone .4080 



W. S. HUNT 

Contracting, House Painter 

ESTIMATES FURNISHED 



i 



Phone 928 



145 Market Street 



RIVER DISTRICT 



$70sii 

CALIFORNIA 

And Return Via 



Some criticis-n of President Wils.T.i 



is made becanse he went to New Vnrkl"^ ’* this 



There will b? no tobacco pool In the ! 
Green River District this year This; 
announcement was made by the offi | 
cials .3* the Green River American So-| 
ciety of Equity. 1 

Strenuous efforts by the officials of! 
this society have been made dining 




to buy his engagement ring when he ^ the past few weeks to secure a pool 

might have ke-it the money in the fam- TAG DAY $640 of at 'cast 75 per cent of the tobacco ir 

ily by buying it Irom his wife’s jewcl-v Daviess, McT.can, Hancock and Ohio 

'“or®- The tag dav effort.s of the sixty Counties in Kentucky and Spencer 

ladies for the benefit of the Goo l and Warrick Counties in Indiana. 

It t.s announced that the Panama Samaritan Hospital resulted in raising The efforts -)f the officials failed, it 
Canal will not be open from the slides $640, The contributions ranged from being announced that the farmers do 
before the first of the year. The big one cent to $ID and Mrs. John Gund. not favor going back to the pools, but 
ditch is proving both costly and uneer- chairman, expressed great satisftetion prefer the loose-leaf method of selling 
tain. over the day’s work. at warehouses. 



Tickets on sale daily. Final 
limit three months. Diverse 
routes. Free side trips with 
liberal stop-overs. 

For tickets and other infor- 
mation apply to City Ticket Of- 
fice, 129 East Main Street. 

F. B. CARR, G. A. 

W. H. HARRISON, T. P. A. 
BENNETT S. YENT, C. F. A. 



OLD TAYLOR 

The Leading Beverage Whisky of America 



“If a man can write a better book or 
preach a better sermon, or make a 
better mouse trap than his neighbor, 
though his hut be in the forest, the 
world will make a beaten path to his 
door.” 



E. H. TAYLOR Jr. & SONS 

(Incorporated 

DISTILLERS FRANKFORT^ KY. 



TIRES 

ALL SIZES ALL THE TIME 
FREE ROAD SERVICE 

make-iNSTANT^a^justments-' 

1 

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SERVICE TIRE CO. 



PHONE 3436 



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Vtr labor age; we have reached the auto- 
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r provement which diminishes hand labor is the 

Column Selector of the 
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It is a Remington invention, found only on Remington-made type- 
writers. No other writing machine has anything like it. And it will 
save enough of your operator's time to cover the total cost of tht 
typewriter. 

How does it do this? Simply by eliminating hand ad justments of 
the carriage. Every adjustment is machine-made and instantaneous. 

Seeing is believing. A demonstration will convince you that the 
up-to-date correspondence typewriter must have a Column Selector. 

Call at our office tomorrow, or any time, and say that you have 
come to see a demonstration of the Remington Column Selector, 

If you cannot call, we will be glad to demonstrate the Column 
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1915 



KENTUCKY PRESS OPINIONS 



NO ENTHUSIASM AT MOR 
ROW’S HOME 



Jani)ar ', 1900. This dobt was further ' 
increased by the Republicans who as-i 
Slimed coiMrol under the brief admin- 1 
istration of Taylor; the Auditor and 
some other officers holding their places 
tor a few months. 

[he Republicans of Kentucky have 
always been vociferous in attacking 
the records of Kentucky Democrats, 
as Mr. Morrow is doing now, hut they 
have never done anything for the State 
when they were in power. They have 
been voluble in making promise^ and 
consistent in ignoring them, simulating, 
righteous indignation in charging brok- 
en promises by the Democrats and as- 
siduously cultivating deafness and 
dumbness to the fact that the only leg- 
islation from which Kentucky is pro- 
fiting today is the result of redeemed 
Democratic promises. 



COM.MISSIONER’S SALE 



THE MISTAKES OF MORROW 



Master Commissioner R. J. Colbert 
sold a ]iart of tlie James .-K. Uarnaby 
farm, embraciii ' eighty-four and a half 
acrcb, oil the Halley pike, to James 
Nunnelly at ?iso per acre. Four acres 
on the east side of the Russell Cave 
ro.id, oiic-hali 1 ,ile from city limits was 
"dd 'u M. Alice Sink for $j,Soo. 



Stretton 
Underwear 
25c to $3 



Costard 
Corsets 
$2 to $15 



From the viewpoint of a sportsman 
Mr. Morrow, the Republican nominee 
/or Governor, arouses sympathy. Hav- 
ing jiidertakeii to light, and being in 
the thick of it, with brickbats as his 
chosen weapons, he finds that the only 
bricks he has been able to lay hands on 
arc without straw. He must, indeed, 
have an acute fellow feeling for the bel- 
ligerent tom ca. without claws. 

Mr. Morrow is to be commended for 
his desire to make a light with real 
bricks instead of following the usual 
practice of the Republican ‘‘ovts” in 
Kentucky and contenting himself with 
flinging epithets and making faces at 
his opponents. It is not his fault that 
he cannot find any better weapons with 
which to fight than those he is using. 

He says, for instance, that the pres- 
ent Democratic administration has ex- 
pended $5,727,000 over the preceding 
Republican administration. The Aud- 
itor’s books show this increased Dem- 
ocratic expenditure to be $3,506,112.40, 
or $2,120,887.60 less than Mr. Morrow’s 
The present Dem- 



RAILROAD TINE TABLES 



of Workmanship Are Our New 
Suits, Coats, Dresses, Dancing Frocks, Waists 



leces 



CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RY 
City Ticket Office in Phoenix Hotel 
Telephone 157. 

— Arrivals — 

7;ooa.m. weeks days from Mt. Sterl 
8:15 a.m. every day from East. 
ii:J5a.m. every day from Louisville. 
3:20 p.m. week days from Ashland. 

4 4S p m. week days from East. 

8:40 p.m. every day from Louisville. 

— Departures — 

7:30 a.m. week (lays for Hinton. 

8:20 a.m. every day for Louisville, 
11:45 a.m. every day for East. 

4:5s p ni. every day for Louisville. 
5:50p.m. week days for Mt Sterling. 
8:40 p.m. every day for liast. 



THE MOST ADVANCED DEVELOPMENTS IN FALL F \Sltl()N’S ARE E.X EM I’Ll I'l I- D IN 
OUR READY-TO-WEAR DEPARTMENT. EVERY GARMT..M' 1 N T1 1 F. L ATEST STY I.K. NTL.U Es 
QU.ALITY AS A COMPANION TO STYLE. EVERY l.lN’i'. SHOWS Till'. SKILl, OF TliE M.'.STER 
HAND. THE RANGE OF PRICES IS SO VAR I ED TH.Vl Tl 1 F.RE ARE ATI RACTIVI .MODF-l.S 
FOR ALL. , ■- • 



SOME PREACHERS JACKASSES 



LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE. 
Louisville Division. 

Depart. 

9:00 a. III. .Week day.s only 
J:oo p.m. . Week days only. 

4 :,i5 a m. . U cek days only, 

7:00 am. ..Sundays only ... 

5:35 P m. .Smidays only . . 



TAILORED suns 



positive statement, 
ocratic administration had been in pow- 
er three years and eight months from 
the first of January, 1912, to the 31st 
of August, 1915. Comparing the same 
period of the Republican administra- ' 
tion, that is, from the 6th of January, 
1908, (when the Republicans took of- 
fice), t(S the 3ISI of August, 1911, it will 
be found that the Democrats collected 
$2,169,272.52 more during three years 
and eight months of their .ulniinistra- 
tion than the Republicans, -.ml the 
State deficit was $1,3.36,8.39.84 g—ater 
on th: 31st of August, 1915, th:;n it 
was on the 3ISI of August, n ii. Add- 
ing these two amounts together gives 
$3,506,112.40 as the excess of Demo- 
cratic expenditures over Republican. 

Bur it should be noted that tli- $2,- 
i6(j,poo collected by the Democrats 
in excess of :ht amount collected by 
the Republican administration for the 
same period came largely from increfls- 
ed assessments of real estati; in cities. 
No increase was made in the Slate tax- 
es and very little increase in the as- 
sessed valuation of farm lands. 

The princip.al expenditures which 
m.ake the total of $3,675,000 .ippropriat- 
ed by the Legislatures of 1912 anl 1914 
are as follows: 

For advancement of gen- 
eral education $1,020,815.87 

F'or agricultural education. 190,794.62 
For Confederate pensions. 997,326.59 
For increased efTicicntcy 
and care of inmates of 
our charitable institii- 

jions_ . -’0.3,956.65 1 

For a commiskion tonh- 
vestigate (he causes and 
methods for relief of tu- 
berculosis 48,4(5.22 

For the Department of 

Public Road.s 53.18,3.89 

For new home for our 

governeirs 94,6o3.,35 

To pay families of convicts 
before Court of ;\ppcals 
decided act unconstitii- 

tinn 75..376.90 

Forestry work 3^,'’34..59 

F'or holding four State (iri- 

niary elections 90,ooo.cw 

Mr. Morrow does not attack anv one 
of these expenditures by 'latne, hut 
brands the whole lump as a "wanton, 
useless and reckless extravagance.’’ 
They include most of the progressive 
and beneficial legislation that Kentucky 
has had in a generation. Which of 
them would Mr. Morrow have vetoed 
if he had been Governor? 

On the 31st of December, !9i |, the 
deficit in the State treasury was oiilyi 
$628,000. As nearly all the State rev- 
enues arc paid in during October. No- 
vemher, and December, 1915, the State 
deficit will not exceed $1,000,000. 

Mr. Morrow says that (lublic salaries 
have been incre.ised in the la.st three 
years $177,000. The salaries (laid in the 
Department of Public Roads. Bankir,g 
Deparlmcnt, Insurance Rating Hoard, 
F'isli and Game Commission, Supervis- 
or of Revenue Agents, aggregate in 
round figures $180,000 or $.i,oa; more 
than Mr. Morrow charges as the Deni- 
ocrati t increase in salaries. Tluse dc- 
(lartments were all created by Ine Leg- 
islatures of 1912 and 1914, and every 
department is .self-sustaining; that is, 
the fees collcclcd from or license paid 
by the different people affected bv these 
departments, more than (lay the sala- 
ries .and cxpemliturcs in each Icpart • 
iiieiit. The banks pay the expenses of 
the Hanking Department, the hunter of 
the Fish and Game Departnunt, etc. 
Which of these departments would Mr. 
Morrow abolish? 

There has been nothing in the record 
of Republican administrations in the 
past to warrant the hope tint this 
party would give to Kentuckv .1 satis- 
factory solution of any of the .great 
problems now before the State. This 
applies to our financial condition as 
well as to every other phase of .mblic 
life in which Kentuckians are now in- 
terested. Gov. Willson had $1,185,000 
in the State treasury January 6. 1908, 
and on December 31. 1910, he was con- 
fronted with ,a deficit of $.370,000. Dur- 
ing Bradley's administration bonds to 
the amount of $500,000 were issued, 
which (Were afterward paid by a Demo- 
cratic administration. On a fair in- 
terpratation of the figures Gov. Brad- 
ley left the State in debt on the first ot 



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SOME REPUBLICAN GR'.FTINGI 



Democrats, and reserve your lire uiilil 
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According to the records in the St.ate 
House at Frnnklort, as reproduced for 
Stanley and his camp.aign managers bv 
one of the most acknowlcdg.ehle men 
in the present administration. Willson 
made the state settle for a mimber of 
trips he took that really were not on 
business for the State. It 



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Editor William Remington has got 
ten a new dress for 1 he Paris I  emo 
crat which is decidedly becoming. 



is aBegcd 

that he went to New York to invite 
Roosevelt to come to Kentuckv .and 
make a .speech in belialf of Reivihlican 
candidates, and tlio slate paid tl'e hill, 
e He is alleged to have gone to a point 
repeated, Woodrow Wilson is not an in the mounlams to make a speecli in 
ordinary man. Here the countrv has behalf of Cal.'h Powers, and even 
been sitting up at nights worrying over charged to the .state 25 rents for :i tel- 
tlie worries of the President while he egram he sent to Frankfort, to let his 
has lieeii sittins; up niglits with a folks know when he would return. The 
widow. I w'ord ‘‘portage’’ in a mimher of ex- 

Tlicrc’s goi'ig to be an early wed-.pense accounts filed by the former 
ding. Extraordinary as he is, the Pres- 1 governor is said by the investigators 
idem cannot avert the inevitable. I who prepared the matter for Inc 'peak- 
Hicy do say that his callers yester-|cs to have meant tips to porters in 
day found him in happy mood; tha’ : ttotcis and on trains, 

the next first lady is a charming and 1 Hamictt, in 

grticioiis descendant of the first woman vilie. Monday, 
recorded in hi.story as an avowed ene- State .8itpcrin 
my of the Knockers’ Club; that her stniction J. G. 

daiighttrs-in-Iaw saw her first and ' statutes by ent 

hciicc capitulated before the President. 1 with the other 
All of which makes mighty inter- 1 to pay for cert 



AN EXTRAORDINARY MAN 



and, while an amusing ami (ileasant, 
speaker, there was nolliitiig in liis 1 
speech to inspire or excite siiiiport ■ 
He dwelt at lergth in sni:ill criticisms | 
rather than in rr-nstrueiivc policies ami] 
carefully avoided retercnce to or en- 
dorsement of fcrnier Repiibli-aii ad- 
ministrations,' either national or state 
He is straining at tliat dipterous | 
little insect known as the gnat, wilhi 
the liopc that he can induce ihe (leoiile 
of this state fo swallow the Rcpulilicax 
elephant. That portion of Mr. Mor- 
row’s speech i'l which he ((noted from 
Mr. Stanley upon the lobliy an'l eco- 
nomy in (Hiblic service elicite'i s(iirited 
a()()lansc. His a(iparent advocacy of 
these iirinciples long advocated by Mr. 
Stanley proved th/: most popular oarts 
oTriis'Speecfi.' ^ 1 

While an entertaining speaker, Mr. 
Morrow is not in Mr. Stanley’s class 
a.s a publicist or orator and there is 
Init liitlc danger of his duping th; 
Democratic voters into supporting him 
over so able a champion of Democratic 
is their distingiiislicd 



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only 'that, but it adds no little to the 
spirit of tliankfnlness. S’posc, instead 
of being a marrying man and a spirit- 
ual imityist, the President Iiad gone in 
for kultur and had backed his God to 
lick all the other gods.— Louisville 

Times, 



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gnvcri’inent as 
leader, the Tloiiorahlc O St.inley. 
Owensboro Inpiiircr. 



SO.M.MERS AGREES WITH 
SHINNICK 



Acts as Trustee, Executor, Guardian 
and in all fiduciary capacities 



WHAT DOES THIS MEAN 



.Mr. Sullivan is wrong and Mr. Shin- 
nick is exactly right. Tlie editor of the 
News siip|)ort.-d Mr. .McDermott, hut 
we ar-2 firmly convinced tiiat religions 
(irejudiee had nothing in the world to 
do wit'.i the small vote Mr. McDermott 
received. If Mr. McDermott had been 
a Protestant he would not have re- 
ceived f iiy larger vote. On the otlier 
hand, sve bclieie that if Mr. MeCIvsney 
had not been been a candidate .Mr. Mc- 
Dermott would have come nearee get- 
ting till nomination than did Mr. Me- 
Clies.icy, and if Mr. -Staiilev had not 
been a candidate Mr. McDermott 
would have defeated Mr. McChesney, 
We arc glad to sec .Mr. Shlmiiek, who 
is as strong a Catholic as he is a Dem- 
ocrat, take this fall out of Mr. Sulli- 
van whose statements tinchall-'ngcd 
might hurt the Democratic ticket, — 
F.lizabethtown News. 



Between ilse’f ind the campaign ol 
obstrucli(^m tlf "iiquor interests" will 
begin in the ev.-nt that tile issue is not 
laid ■•) - tile ele('lioii of Stanley, and tiu 
Dein-ieialie tiekri, the Courier-Jciirnal 
draws tlie lin-'. It will go no fertile.'- 
in ill-.' efforl to -l.ive off tlie inevil.ible 
On tlm eontr.-iry. it will speed tin dav 
and welconic t'le final and 'Icfmlle sel- 
tlemeiit of lltc (piestion by a .liree' vole 
of tlie pensile. 

It l:as for tweiify-fivc years made 
a brave and liom-'t fight for good gov- 
ermncnl and D(-mocratie prii'ei()les 
against fanaticism and factioni'm. I'liis 
lias .-osl till' "li(|Uor interests" never a 
penny. I’rinn.il.v it was not m.ide in 
their interest. But as rom(miient parts 
of tlie geiu-ral luisiness f.a'hric, weieoinc 
to wl'.'it lltey I. .ve Iiad, it will reliise 
even to seem -i | arty to wlial it knows 
in advanee imis- lie a course of devious 
deal and dicker -Courier-Journal. 



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CHF.F.RI.F.SS INDEED 



The Rcpiihlitan outlook is ratiier 
cliocrless. Tlicrc arc no such eondi- 
tiims as were nianilcst eight yar. ago 
when all the entimsiasm was on tlie 
Repuhliean side and Demoerals were 
elicerless and indifferent. I'oihy tlie 
Democratic (latly is united, Imovant 
and working, There are no bolters oi- 
siilkers. There is no discontent prow 
iiig out of 1I12 primary. State and 
local candidates, Iiere as elsewhere are 
working assiduor.sly and liarmonionsly 
for success, while among the masses 
there is a reiioliite determination to 
give President Wilson a hearty vote of 
confidence. 

Mr. Morrow and Ids Rc|inblicaii 
bretliren are on a cold trail in Kcn- 
tiieky.- Owendinro Imiiiirer., 



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ME.W’S MUCH TO THE COUN- 
TRY 

Tills is a Slnlf contest it is very 
true, hut a Democratic victory fo'eiiod- 
es advantages to our (larty tliat I'le Kc- 
publie.ins are hot dying to gel. F.verv 
voter -.lioiild leinember tliat tlie 'os; 
of Kentucky tl’is fall means more to 
the opposition titan most pco()le liimk. 
It gives to them a chance -to crow loud 
and If-ng, This is a Demoeratir State 
and this eotmui is now under Deiim- 
cratic lulc, so every Democrat slio,;ld 
remember that I'c not only owes it to 
Stanley but als.- to Wilson to go a^ 1 
stamp under tb ■ roo.stcr on Novemb -r 



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For Paris, 



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piioiican party, lor tie lia.s ulilizcd as an 
offensive weapon the jawbone of an 
as.s.” The i.eader contends it was 
Sampson who ulilizcd the weapon men- 
tioned. Mr, .Stiinley, however, is the 
son of a preacher with inside sources 
of information, and is certainly a better 
authority on -uch quotations than a 
mere newspaper man like Harry Giov- 
anolli. If Stanley .says it was Goli.nth, 
Goliath it shall be — at least until after 
the November (lection. 

Next thing you know the conten- 
tious Leader will be claiming Col. E. 
T. Franks, to whom Stanley referred, 
was off his trolley when he declared, 
“Broncho's .ghost would not down.” 
Great men, as well as great newspa- 
pers, would better be careful in their 
quotations.— Cynthiana Democrat. 



Morrow lacks several of the redoiit- 
:ible qualities of his once iMiist;-ioiis 



once 

imele, the late .Senator Bradley, and 
then lie lacks vastly more the plea that 
Bradley used to make quite effectively, 
for support because of what he had 
done almost sirglc-handed for the Re- 
publican party. Morrow can teU only 
of what the Republican party and Sen- 
fitor Bradley 'have done for him. But 
he lacks the frankness to do that. How- 
ever, his own conferercs know that. — 
Owensboro Messenger. 



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CLOSING UP RANKS 



Edward H. Grehan, aged 25, eldest 
son of the lat.t Robert Grehan, com- 
mitted suicide Monday by severing the 
jugular vein with a razor. He had been 
in failing health for the last year, which 
in the last several weeks developed into 
a highly nervous condition, rendering 
his acts at times irresponsible. He was 
a nephew of Prof. Enoch and Bernard 
Grehan, of this city and is .survived by 
■his mother, Mrs. Margaret Grehan, 
one sister. Miss Martha and two broth- 



,\s ihc campaign draws to a disc, it 
is well that all Democrats should close 
up ranks and present a united front to 
the opposition. When the Democrats 
arc united they can always win. Some- 
times when the.v arc torn by internal 
dissension they lose. 

There is no spot in -the Democratic 
ticket that one need be ashamed of. 
Man (or man, it grades up with the 
others. Led by the eminent states- 
man, A. O. Stanley, we can go on to 
victory in November. Close up ranks, 



NO OBJECTION WHATEVER 
MOTION ADOPTED 



Why not let Mr. Bryan go to Eu- 
rope to talk up peace. In talking up 
peace he could talk down the many 
armies, and with the armies down peace 
would naturally come. Then he could 
be spared for so good a work —Pa- 
ducah News-Sentinel. 



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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, igi.s. 



EATH OF 



L. & E NOW L. & N, 



$350,000 FOR SEWERAGE PI ANTI 



MRS. BRADLEY 



AN.'O'J.'lCeVli') TS 



PERSONAL 



It is estimated that the si'vcrage . Atjhe hoi^f of her daughter, Mrs 
plant to take care of 3,000,000 gal-| W. S. Barn?^, Mrs. Nannie C. Bradley, 
Ions a day will cost $300,000 comiting | died Monday  after a short illness at a 
connections and fully $3,000 a ycai ; ripe old age and her loss is mourned 
for maintenance. To provide the nee- 1 by a large circle of friends. Besides 
essary funds for the construction oi|Mrs. Barnes, grand-children survive as 
the proposed plant and to complete the | follows: 

city’s sewerage system a bond issue of Clarence Bradley, of Chicago, who is 
$350,000 to be voted for at the coming i a well known newspaper man; Sheriff 
November election will be nrt'posed. Thomas C. Bradley, Dr. E. B. Bradlej, 
Of this sum it will be stipulate .1 that .Mrs. George Bell, Jr., and Mrs. Wiliam 
$50,000 be used for the construction 1 W. Muir, of thi.'i city; Charles Bradley, 
of storm water sewers. of Norfolk, Va , and Mrs. Percy Hur- 

The Higginbotham farm is recoin- , rill, of New York. Her great grand- 
mended as the best adapted of the four ■ children arc Bradley Railey, son of 
sites inspected for the disposal field, .\lrs. George Bell. Jr., .and Jane Clark 
because of the fact that it is situated Bradley, daughter of Sheriff Br.tdley. 
advantageously and fronts 1.700 feel on Her surviving nieces arc Mrs. George 
the Louisville & Nashville railroad. P. Downing, Mrs. William Stoll, Mrs. 
The report points out that lor pccseui George W. Brown and Mrs. E. F. Has- 
installation of a plant with sufficient sell. 

capacity to lake care of existing coii- The pallbearers were: .Active— J. W. 






It is officially announced that the 
Lexington and Eastern Railroad, a 100- 
mile track system running into the 
Eastern Kentucky coal mining section, 
has been merged with the Louisville 
and Nashville Railway. 

Simultaneous with this announce- 
ment was one that Milton H. Smith 
and J. H. Ellis, President and Secretary 
respectively, of the Louisville and 
Nashville had succeed d Arthur P. 
Cary and W. A. McDowell, President 
and Secretary, respectively, of the Lex- 
ington and Eastern. 



Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Walton, of Stan- 
ford, spent Sunday with the family of 
the editor of this paper. 

Miss Irma Bishop will leave for New 
Haven, Conn , Tuesday to visit rela- 
tives. 

Rev. George Varden, who is ill at his 
daughter's, Mrs. E. V. Bishop, fol- 
lowing a fall, remains .about the same. 

Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Warner and son 
motored over from Stanford Sunday 
and spent the day with Mrs. Warner’s 
brother, Mr. W. T. Woolfolk. 

Mrs, James H. Wright, Mrs. Will 
Hays and Miss Emma Hughes Hays, 
of Stanford, were in the city Friday. 

Mrs. -Annie Newland of Stanford is 
with her daughter, .Mrs. Mnrvir 
Adams. 

Mr. James Drake, cashier of the Far- 
mers & Traders Bank, Campion, Kv., 
was a caller at this office on his return 
from the Bankers’ Meeting at Frank- 
fort aiiii left a good iirinting order. 

Mr. Joseph F. Leopold, secretary- 
manager of the Frankfort Chamber of 
Commerce, Frankfort, Ky., was h,re 
Monday. 

Mr. I.. N. Vaughan, tobacconist, of 
Richmond, Va , wa.s with his brother, 
Mr. (i. h'. Vaughan, for a few ilass 
while on a business tri)) in Kentucky. 

Mr. J B, Higgins and daug'iter. 
Miss Julia M, Sims, of Stanford, are 
visitiig relatives in this city. 

S. V. Bren.s and family will leave 
early i.ext week for Lexington. Ky , 
where they expect to reside in the fu- 
ture. Mr. Brents has been connected 
for the past year with the local news ■ 
papers and h.is also represented sev- 
eral out-of-town paiicrs, proving him 
self a very capable and energetic news- 
paper man and making a strong and 
favorable impression upon the people 
of this and siiiroiinding commiinitier, 
which success without a doubt be will 
maintain in his new location, — Middbs- 
boro Pinaclc. 



FeDR MAYOR 

I hereby announce myself a candi- 
date for Mayor of the City of Lexing- 
ton, subject to the action of the mu- 
nicipal primary on Saturday, October 

16, 1915. 

JAMES C. ROGERS. 



MORE 

FOR 



THAN 

ANY 



FOR MAYOR 

I hereby announce myself a candi- 
date for Mayor of the City of Lexing- 
ton, subject to the action of the mu- 
nicipal primary on Saturday, Oct-ober 
16, 1915. 

K. G. PULLIAM. 



HAVEN’T LEARNED THE 
SPEECH 



eURNEE {VAUDEVILLE 

THE STANDARD OF SUPERIORIH 



FOR MAYOR 

I hereby announce myself as a can- 
didate for Mayor of the C'tv of Lex- 
ington, subject to the action of the 
municipal primary on Octobe- 16. 

J. L. WATKINS. 



There are only three Republicans 
making speeches for the Republican 
nominees at present, and they are mak- 
ing exactly the same .speech. There 
will probably be others when they 
have had time to memorize the speech 
handed them bv the bosses. — Princeton 
I-cader. 



PROVE IT TO YOURS ELF 



FOR CITY COMMISSIONER 
I hereby announce myself as candi- 
date for Commissioner, subject to the 
action of the primary, October 16, 
1915. JAMES. P. KEARNS. 



K. T. II. B. A. IN GREAT LUCK 



The Kentucky Trotting Hor^e 
Breeders’ Association has jilayed in 
great luck. Th.; .sport has been fine 
and the weather perfect for nine 
straight days. Some records have been 
broken and some big money made. 
Hal Boy took the $10,000 race Tuesday 
in 2:01. Three more days are left of 
the meeting. 



FOR CITY COMMISSIONER 
I hereby announce myself a candi- 
date for Commissioner of the City of 
Lexington, Ky., subject to the action 
of the municipal primary to be held 
October J6, 1915. 

FRANK. G. OTT. 



LIVE STOCK MATTERS 



Mr, Alex Gibbs, of this county, 
weighed up last week 132 head of cat- 
tle, -ivcraging 1,530 pounds, at $8.50. 
Mr. Joe Rales, local buyer, was the 
purchaser. Mr. Gibbs had been feeding 
these cattle for some months and had 
put on an average of 401. This is the 
largest and be -.t bunch of cattle put on 
the market by a single individual for 
some tunc. The cattle as wdiole weigh- 
ed goi.gfx) pounds, and brought the 
magnificent sum of $17,168.20. — Rich- 
mond Climax-Madisonian. 

The Flemingsbiirg Times -Democrat 
tells of a mare it years old owned by 
J. H. Souslcy, of that county, which has 
produced in eight years mule colts 
that sold for $80 to $127.50 and aggre- 
gating $768.50. 



J. A. ’WILLIS & SON 



W.ANT.S 40 CARS OF HICKORY 
NUTS 



FOR CITY COMMISSIONER 
I am a candidate for Mommissioner. 
Primary election October 16, 1915, 
Your support resepctfully solicited. 

GEORGE LAND. 



James Searev, the well-known pro- 
duce and junk dealer, has purchased 
and shipped already one carload of 
hickory-nuts. He is in the mark»t for 
forty carloads more at $1.00 per bushel 
with the advam c in price. Jim has late- 
ly fitted up a nice concrete building to 
accommodate his increasing business, 
which is growing every day, he tells 
The Anderson News man. 



DEALERS IN 



HOME KILLED MEATS, STAPLE AND FANCY 
GROCERIES. FRUITS AND VEGETABLES 



FOR CFFY COMMISSIONER 
I hereby announce myself as candi- 
date for Commissioner, subject to the 
action of the primary, October 16, 1915. 

iNO. J. RILEY. 



INSURANCE MERGER 



FOR CITY COMMISSIONER 
1 hereby announce myself a candi- 
date for Commissioner of the city of 
Lexington, Ky., subject to the action 
of the municipal primary to be held 
October 16, 1915. 

HARRY M. SCHOONMAKER. 



COR. THIRD AND JEFFERSON STS, 



Tlie Central I.i.^o Insurance Comt anv 
of this city and the Iroquois Life 1 n- 
siiranee Company have merged. The 
new rompany vs to be known is the 
Iroquois Cenlr.vl Life In-iirance Com- 
pany with offices in I.oiiisville. 

.Stale Auditor Henry M. Boswor'h, 
recently elected head of the Ceniral 
Life here, is to beromc president of 
the merged company, and, if his duties 
rciiiiire his full time, it is tindersto.'ed, 
will move his icsidenee to Louisville. 

W. H. Gregorv, whom Mr. Bosworlh 
succeeded as president of the Central 
Life a few weeks ago and who asnimed 



SANITARY SEWER ORDINANCE 
DEFE/VIED 



PHONES 668-X, 3143 



LEXINGTON, KY, 



By a vole of 2 to 2 the ordinance ' 
providing for the construction of a sail- ■ 
itary sewer on North Limestone street, . 
from Main to Third, was defeated at ! 
the meeting of the Board of City Com-| 
missioners. Mayor Cassidy and Com-i 
missioncr McCarty voting for the or- i 
dinance and Commissioners Pu'liam i 
.and Wilkerson against it. Cemmis - 1 
sinner Hunt was ahtent from the meet- i 
ing. The construction of the sewer, ■ 
especially at this time of the year, had | 

M’.ec 

old girl in a lonely mountain pass in erty owners anc Ijiisiness men along 

Pike cotiiity, in the presence of thei^'i^ftb Limestone. 

girl’s III .’tiler. y,h(i was tied and help- ' • * 

less, is rccoumed in a letter re.eivcd JbiSIICE J-.\MAR PAR/\L i Zi’.D 

by Governor McCreary from Circuit 

Judg’.’ J, .M. R’dierson, of the Pike Lamar, of the Supreme Court 

I.eteh'v Distri.v suffered a par.alytic stroke on the eve 

111 .•.ecordaiu'c with the Jiulgc’s re- ''‘••assemhbiig of the Cmir'. Hie 

qiiesi, Govcriinr McCreary ofi’ered a 
reward of $250 for the arrest and iR- "!*= "'“'’.'R* 
livcrv of liall.ird Illacklnirn to th’’ P-’’''’’''- 

jailer of Pike C’.iinty on the cha-ge of "■ part 

crinii.iii assatiU. 

Judge Rohe' .'.on .said that a Mr.s. 

Justice .and lie- daughter, b’l’irencr, 
were ri turning horseback from a visit 
to the parents of Mrs. Justice, The 
idace I lonely and there is no halii- 
talioii tdiom. The Judge alleges that 
Blackburn ni' * ibe two women there, 
and pointing a g'liii at tbcm, conipcll- Effort 
rd them to disiiinniit, after wliicii he again to 
tied Mrs, Jiisti.-’’s hands and ass.aull- d,,,, (^ai 
ed the dang-lit’’r right before Iter ••ves. tiiwood 
Ills wliereabouts arc unknown. ^^a^ 

■ \ reward og $’oo was offered by the | 

Governor on re(|iicst of Jmige W. .A.islncc So 
Yoimg for tile arrest and coiivieiinn at an av 
of jer-y Dye, of Rowan county, charg- company 
cd wi ’i killin' Wylie Hall. i il'. 



PROMPT DELIVERY 



FOR CITY COMMISSIONER 
1 think I can fill acceptably to our 
citizens generally, the position of City 
Commissioner for the next term, and 
■will greatly appreciate all votes for me 
at the primary election, October l6lh. 

191S 

MATTHEW WALTON. 



THIS STORE HAS WON A DESERVED REPUTATION FOR 
THE HIGH CHARACTER OF ITS GROCERIES, AND FOR ITS 
PROMPTNESS IN FILLING ORDERS. TRY IT AND BE CON- 
VINCED. 



A FIENDISH ASSAHXT 



FOR CITY COMMISSIONER 
1 hereby announce myself a candi- 
date for Commissioner of the City of 
Lexington, Ky.. subject to the action 
of the voters at the primary to be held 
October 16, 1915. 

F. C. LEAMING. 



retires from 'ifficial connection vuib 
the new insnr.ancc roncern. Offices o! 
the new company are to be moved lo 
Louisville since the Iroquois already 
lias a siiiicii’iis ’ ffice building th.’r'*. 



GET YOUR 



FOR ITI’Y COMMISSIONER 
1 liereby announce myself a randi- 
ilalc for rommissioner of the City of 
I .cxiiiglnii, Ky., subject to the action 
of the primary election to be held ( )c- 
lobi r III. 1915, and respectfully solicit 
the -upport C’f all qualified voters of 
th’ nly. JAMES T. McCARTY. 



I.OSES LIQl OR AND LOSES 
TRAIN 



Cincinnati 



I’OR (TTY COMMISSIONER 
I luriby announce myself a candi- 
date for City Commissioner, subject to 
tlic action of the municipal primary on 
I •clober 1(1. I stand on a platform of 
equal and just taxation and for a lib- 
eral aii’l iirogressive city government. 

J. M. BRONSTON. 



'rile Coca C’’’i Company of .\iiaiits, 
broiiglu suit ill tile I’cderal Court ,'.t 
h’raiikfort, allcyoig tb.'.t the l.eoii.ird 
Ilotid. i.exingtor.. "in response lo nd- 
er  foe Coca ( ’la b.is delivered and 
.sold :,iid i  ’lehvering and selling a 
spurious and iiilerior beverage, the eol- 
or of v.liieli i- 1 -iiiiidatioii of the Ccea 
Cola Coiiipaiiy’. beverage," and a,,l:s 
for an injimelioii and an accounting to 
ascer'iiMii bow iinieli it has been dai't- 
aged by loss of lales by reason of Lli’; 
alleged substitution. 



136, 138 AND 140 WEST SHORT STREET 



CAPT. CALHOUN’S TRIBUTE 



FOR CITY COMMISSIONER 
1 liercby announce myself a c"-n li- 
(latc for City Commissioner, stibjccl lo 
the action of the primary Saturday, 
Oetriber i6. 1915, 

W. If. McCCRKLE. 



Preparations for llic amuial iiiectiiig 
of the Kentucky Divi.sioii of Unit’C’l 
Conf.'iierate Veterans at the Confed- 
erate Home at Pewee Valley today, 
have been roiii|)letC(l and a large :i“- 
temlance is expected. 

1 he .'iniitial election of officers will 
take place and dinner will be scryi’d 
by the members of the Pewee Valiev 
Chapter of the United Daughters or 
the Ccnfcdcracy. .All veterans and 
members of th;; United Daughters of 
the Confederacy, wdicthcr affiliateii 
with the Kentucky Division or not, arc 
invited to be present. 



A glowing tribute to the memory of 
Miss Mary De:dia, of Kentucky, one 
of the founders of the Daughters ol 
the .’American Revolution, was paid by 
Capt. C. C. Cillientn. a former resi- 
dent of Lexington, at the Silver Jubilee 
celebration of that organization, in 
Memorial Continental Hall AVashing- 
ton. 



SUNDAY, OCTOBER 17 

Last excursion of the season. Special 
train leaves Union Central Depot 7:30 
a. m., returning leaves Cmcinnati 
Fourth Street Station 7 p. m. For tick- 
ets and other information aoply City 
Ticket Office, 129 East Main Street. 



FDUC.A I'lO.V \l, .ASSOCI.A I’ION 
Tile .Seventh Congressioii.il Di,si-ict 
Educational .Association will meet in 
l’’rankfort l■■ri(l ly and Saturday, lion. 
II. V. McChesney will deliver the wel- 
come .iddress to wdiich I’rof. M. A. 
Cassidr will respond. Mrs. Nannie G 
l•’aulconer will read a paper on 
‘‘Home,’’ and Rev. M. B. Adams, pres- 
ident of Georgetown College will de- 
liver an addre-- There are many 
others on the program. The public 
schools of this city wil' go down Fri- 
day in a body .0 attend. 



SISThlR OF PRESIDEN'l’S BRiDI' 
ELECT 



.A di-patch from Winchester says; 
Mr. and Mrs. M. II. Maurey, of .An- 
niston, .Ala., arc visiting Mis.; Julia 
Graves in AA’incheste.r. Mrs. Maurey 
is a .sister of Mrs. Norman Gilt, of 
Washington, D C., fiancee of Pres- 
idenl Wilson. She is attracting at- 
tention here, not merely for relation- 
ship to the ftiUirc “first lady of the 
land," hut on account of her handsome 
appearance and attractive personality. 

Mrs. Maiirev visits friends and rela- 
tives in Winciieslcr twice ycarlv. Her 
hnshand is a nei'hcw of Dr. George O. 
Graves. She will remain for the mar- 
riage of Miss Calloway Squires to Dr. 
Charles McChord, -which will he 
* Icmnized 'Phiirsday, October 14, at 
“Meadow Brook,” the home of the 
bride, near Chilcsburg. 

Later, Mr. and Mrs. Maurey expect 
to attend the marriage in Washington 
of Mrs. Galt to the President. 



TERRIBLY MANGLED 



TOWNSEND TO DELIVER AD 
DRESS 



Work Done In First-class Manner 
Prompt Service 

Telephone 478 



Louisville 



GOING SOME 

A new world’- record in aiitomobib; 
siiceding was in .dc when Gil .Anderson, 
at the new’ Sheep-head Bay speedway, 
driving nl tlic average rate of ioj.6 
miles an hour, won the 350-milc auto- 
mohile race for the Astor cup an-i 
$50,000 in prizes. His time was 3 hour.s, 
24 minutes and 42 seconds, making a 
world’!’, record by ten minutes 42 38-100 
seconds. 



.ADMINISTR.ATOR OF MRS MUL- 
LIGAN. 

Judge' F, .A. Bullock has appointed 
.Attorney J. T. Farmer administrator of 
the estate of '.It; late Mrs. Genevieve 
Mr. J. P. G’enn, the well-knowr Morgan Mull'gart, wife of the late 
hotel man, who was operated on for H. Mulligan. Mrs. Mulligan 

appendicitis at the St. Joseph Hospital die'* three months ago, leaving 

is fast improving and will soon be out. "o will. 



STEADILY IMPROVING 



Linotype 

Composition Done 



EOOTBALI- SPONGE BARED 
The Kentucky State Board of Health 
has issued an edict to football teams at 
Lexington institutions of higher cdiica 
tion putting under ban the football 
sponge, from which players have been 
wont lo allay the common thirst. 



BIG MONEY FOR FARM 



PASSES EXAMINATION 
Nearly all of fhe local candidates 
here recited to the Municipal League 
and passed a satisfactory examination. 
Candidates are always mighty good 
just before the election. 



STATE WINS 



The Caswell Weathers farm of 442 
acres, near Avo;i, in this county, sold 
at auction Tuesday to J. W. Ferguson 
at $105 an acre, a total of $46,410. 



The State University foot ball team 
triumphed over the Earlham College 
lads, Saturday, 54 to 13. 



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Lexingtonian (Lexington, Ky.), 1915-10-14

4 pages, edition 01

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