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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fTiJVnil da :.TAl?CMnnliighamrtke founder! ilvrag wan that, la nis own estl- who beea at the kelra these mation, ahseteen years, rtqaests this notice all who may be Interested will Preldent Taft Is trying to side 'write a postal lor sample copy. track the tariff issue and raise the trust question. If there is any Still TimeToGetTlio thing that President Taft Is asbam Companion For $1 75. ed of in the record of bis adminis The publishers of The Youth's tration, it is the tariff record he announce that they and bis party have made. The Cwspaolon will accept yearly subscriptions at battle which has for Its object the $i.;5 np to the end of March. The winning of the Presidency this sew rate of $2 oo will go Into effect year is now on. Mr. Tait like all A pi ll i. The large other stalwart Republicans is do1 prevptly oo j :Mmber whtsi subscriptions run ing everything In his power to the tariff driver Into the early weeks of the obscure and side-trac- k wytar, as well as those who were (ssue so that the great monopolies suable to send In sew subscriptions and trusts can continue enriching before January i, w.U have thU themselves at the expense of the public The people of this coun. portunity to get The Companion weeks at the try are now thoroly convinced that lor another fifty-tw- o old price. If you kad bo other the robber tariff under which we periodical reading for your family, are now living and suffering Is the The "Youth 's Cdmpauloa would be mother of the trusts. The Repubs&Kttest sumcteat tor keen en lican party and President Taft do joyment by every one, young and not want that old "mother" harm old; sufficient to keep you posted ed, but they want her to live in oa the important sews and events health and flourish while he goes of painting of tke day; sufficient to give you a thru the operation mied richly stored with useful harmless red streaks on her offknowledge. Tke asw departments spring, the trusts, like a clown at have become Indispensable features a circus, and tries to make the of tke paper. Tke ptge devoted to public believe that those painted tke interests ol boys la, bcmoI and stripes are real cuts. By the enforcement of the anti-trulaw the college always kas an article of advice oh atkletMf by some Standard Oil trust and the Tobacose wko speaks witkRVtkerity, co trust are supposed to have .diswhether it is football, 'Jfceball, solved and to be cut Into several acatlg, awtamlag. or other vigor pieces. But they are not cuts a ova MUHlaae. Tke page for girls all, but merely painted stripes, ssggeetfr useful occupations at entirely harmless, and the Standard home asd pn Stable occupatioas In Oil and Tobacco trusts are doing the ewaualty, without forgetting business and gouging the people taat girts uae to De ornamental as just the same way and for the 4 well as usefnl. And there is the benefit of the same people as they family page, which ia the course did before they were theoretically of a year fills the place of a domes dissolved by the Supreme Court. The Democratic doctrine is to low. tic encyclopedia. -- Subscribe now today w h 1 le er the tariff so that the great cor 'Tke Companion may yet be had porations of this country, which now control the necessities ot Jlle, :fer $l 75 (THE YOU HS COMPANION, will have to sell those' necessities at 144. "Berkeley Street, Boston, Mass, reasonable prices, else we will buy New Subscriptions Received at them abroad. It has been clearly demonstrated that no industry ol this country needs protection from Wltfc His Life. tariff laws, because our factories " i wtnty years age I laced an are already selling goods abroad awful death," writes H. B. Martin, cheaper than they do to the Amer Pert Harrek, S. C "doctors ican consumer, so that the tariff sm I kad ceuumptlon, aad the merely enable them to plunder the dreadful ceogfc I had looked like American people. Mr. Tait and tt, sure . afeough. I tried every the Repuutcari party cannot side this I could hear oi for my couek track the tariff issue. ad'ws& under tkjireatraent of the r , la Georgetown, S. C, Dnring last year an new banks for a year, but could get bo relief with a capital stock of $10,869,470 ,A f lend advl-e- d me to try Dr. were established in the Southern King s iew uicovery. laid o, States, twelve of these being in and va completely cured. I feel Kentucky, that I owe my life to this great throat aad lung cure." It's posi New Mexico, the tively guaranteed for coughs, State to enter the Union, ceased to Cf4e, ana all oroMchlal anectkms be a Territory at 1:35 last Saturday o cefits aad 1. Trial bottle free when President Taft signed the v. tnt. j K. U- - oaarp 8. n of r jtkat'he was talkiagMo: the only kHows-werythlft- UiiviU rtJiCU JULu-- uorrrsi hs 'ud Ancorrl mm Inr itilrtu Cheops pyramid oc cupies trainee ot twelve and acres and is 746 feet high. Los Angeles, Cal., Tribune. ya5e three-r;uarter- s" Etnlle Berliner, the noted inven tor of Washington,. D. C. says: The goal today Is to get heat direct irom an electric, current. A little machine, some time, set np In one's cellar, will light and heat one's house and supply one's wife with power with which to do her sewing, launder her linen and run her sweeping and dusting apparatus. Electricians are wotking on that problem. Those who are not working are prophesying Its solution, It will simplify house keeping, and cheapen It, too, I think, but it will be hard on the coal dealer and the owner of gas stock." Dethebes, of Paris, Madam France, reported to be the "world's greatest secress," In ber forecast for 1912, predicts that the very "devil" will be to pay over the world. According to her prophecies, this Is to be the "black year;'' nations will be upheaved; a great nuropeau war Is to le fought; the hih cost of living will go higher; France will be surrounded by blood and fire; the Getman emperor will lose his crown; Spain will have plots and counterplots; England has a bad destiny In store for her; the present government of the United States will be knocked down and rolled In the dust of defeat; Asia and other countries will be politically turned upside down. She says:. tended to the finrchaslng public, fprit has bropg t hopping facilities of the clt'ct. within the reach of everyone iu the country. No donbt your express companies wllj si 5tt; but iv t not an anomaly that it costs mare to send a parcel from New York 'to San Frunclsco by ixptets than (t does from London to, say, China by parcels post? Even parcels from London to different parts In the United States cost less for postage thau the express charges in the country. If the xpress companies can make a profit on English parcels after deducting cost ot freight by steamer across the Atlautlc, they are surely charging too much for carriage of parcels in this country. It Is surprising to us that a practical people should have so long been kept out of parcels post, and submitted to ex orbltaut express charges. No one In Europe would for one moment advocate doing away with the advantages we now derive from parcels post. I hope you may also soon share the same benefits with . nuiuiw. amrxw b.iiCUV liaaiX-- Louisville For 1912 BRIGHTER, BETTER, BIGGER THAN EVER. The regular prica of The Louisville Times is ?5 00 a year. 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RIGHT AWAY to his p& per not to the Lcysville Times tj his- E m II I I s great, so widespread, that It is dangerous even to speak of it, lest It be precipitated. We will be forewarned by a trembling of the earth, and we shall know that the end of our troubles Is in sight when most of the necessities of life are wanting." "The cataclysm foreseen is so The Rev. Irl It. Hicks 1912 Almanac. timely warning. For over two years prior to 1911, the Hicks Almanac again sounded a warning of drouth danger. And so for forty years this same friend of all the peoole has steadfastly refused the offers of speculators and continued to warn the public of the coming dangers of storm qnd weather. As they should "have done, the people have nqbly stood by Professor Hicks, their faithful public servant, who has grown old iv trv ir service. Snd onlv one d t,r r to Word and Works Publisk . 'pjP ft H wpmpcirotmaallalUeoB. rKxoc-inAjiLima- t' H Hud Mutcb itt'idumr. ', ' Jr. Mr flat kmi y ad4cnt.l hooje. HOT WT. WhK jfc,M t XpM- - K. H Ml 1901, the Hicks Almanac gave Before the great drouth of Announcement was made at Lexington, last Friday, that the Burley Tobacco Society had put over another record breaking sale when thev closed a deal for the sale of 800,000 pounds of the 1909 crop ot pooled tobacco to Independent buyers, said to have been former members of the American Tobacco Company. The price realized, while not officially announced. Is said to have been not less than 1 64 cents per pound straight. Ed, sjk Jo, I SEEDS Suruttrt ta Plutt Fruk.lilIatlt.Psr 1 1 Enaiel Kill More Than Wild Beaats. MM.-Cocto- forty-seven- th at proclamatk statehood. The number of people killed yearly by wild beasts don't approach the vast number killed by disease germs. No life Is safe from their attacks. They're In air water, dust, even food. But grand protection Is tffarded by Electric Bitters, which destroy and expel these deadly disease germs from ino Company, 3401 Frai.klin the system. 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Drop us a postal id ttiklu btulmn. 1m It mn lrmtli( m.w nnrrl'nr call no nn qn.l n n n . " copy will be gladly seat. " i 1 it Nfca-rf- bp '.fci--i- ma Xrom Im'i'i jMiMvejn A. oil &er Menaces tram uj' on tne wan or i le Is In no r i I "-- 4 cah'tell a Mancbu ..Chinaman when they meet one ln'tbc 'street Most Occidental feave " vuius Andrew' said he must be going, after Asiabel had began to wonder II be was going to talk aboat,tne weather and the latest book all evening. "Mmt you go, really?" she asked. thai) When the been exceeded, how will the vessel be referred toT Arabs In Tripoli who killed Italian wo aided soldiers were not blddlns F?'t. lor gentle treatment. The engineles aeroplane Is eren less Inviting to the cautious citizen than one of the noisy kind. 3 Jest because the small boy likes to play with toy railroad trains Is no .sign that be will be president Most persons are willing to that there Is such a thing .as old age. but the bridegroom of 73, never. asteroids travel along with the arth, and one of them Is missing. Has any one seen a lost asteroid t Professor Lowell reports sighting on Mars, but could not tell by had been the telescopc.wfcisii-par- ty ceieaieu. Epilation. Why not play Santa Claus, take the "Oh. Andrew XX ring to Amabel's houe, climb in a And she then' allowed herself to side window from the porch,- - deposit fall Into his arms. the ring nnd a note In her stocking? That there was much excited conThis would make her feel that be had versation In the 'hall, that ran were planned It all as a real Christmas sur. running aroundthe house and peering brightly. "Walt Just a moment 1 prise for ner. A Christmas gift and Into dark corners in the basement and hare nomethlng for you." Christmas proposal all at once In the upper rooms was something of She went Into another room, then would certainly appeal to the romanwhich Andrew and Amabel v;f.re encame back with a small package. tic side of any girl. tirely unaware. Mr. and Mrs. Tuttle which she handed to him. So ho wrote his note, wrapped It came back, after the officers hart gone 'Jnst a little Christmas remem about the ring, replaced the ring and away utterly bewildered. Even they brance." sho smiled. "Ton won't the note in the little box, wrapped it had been so excited that the presence up, and betook himself to Amabel's of Andrew struck them an nolhttg unhome. usual. Amabel's shy but delfghted anThe porch from which be planned nouncement of her engagement was reto effect his surreptitious entrance ceived merrily,, however. In fact was a side one. He remembered that father and mother Tutfte and tho last summer Amabel's father had young people got so deep In their said he must have the catch, on the plans for the future that they almost window repaired. He knew perfectly forgot the Incident until suddenly Mr. Tuttle said: well Amabel's father badn done so "I wonder who the dickens that for he knew Amabel's father was like burglar was. anyhow?" all men. "I I'll bet It was me!" Andrew Through the side yard and over the porch rail he went The window he stammered. "Well. I must fix that window tomor. found unfastened. Carefully he raised it and felt his way Into tho room. To row," Mr. Tuttle decided, , r.JiSu uu ,tSar-- a frost IF a Little Christmas brance." Remenv YOU ARE GIVING MONEY Pre- AT THE PECKS. Vji ditch digger llght-beartedl- y Is sole heir to J76.MAiJtate. When the whistle blows at noon he can eat bis lunch "Just Here Are Some Unique Ways of senting It Without Causing Any Embarrassment stepped forward Into', the ahoClrlng. and carried off tho fitlllweU trophy nnd $1,000 for the best potatoes on the continent. This time the winner was a British Columbia man. Mr. Asahel Smith, the "Potato King." ot that province. Tho exhibit consisted of ono hundred and one varieties drawn from all parts of the province aggregating In weight one and a half tons. At the recent Dry Farming Con gress, held at Colorado springs, ana at which time It was decided to hold the next Congress at Lcthbrldge. In 1912, the Province of Alberta made a wonderful showing of grains, grasses and vegetables. "At tho Congress. Alberta got moro prizes and trophies, ten to one, than any state of tho Union." said Mr. Hotchklss to the Edmonton Bulletin, "We brought back all but the build ing with us, and they offered us that joying we might as well take all that was going. We would have brought It along, too. If we had hod a Hat car to put it on. Alberta captured nearly 50 first prizes, 20 seconds. 3 thirds. 9 cups, 40 meaais, tu nooons ana i. sweepstakes. The grand sweepsiaice prize, for the best exhibit by state or silver cup, province, a magnificent was presented to us with much ceremony at a reception to the Canadians In the Empress hotel. The presenta tion was made by Prof. Olin. chairman of the Judging committee, and the cup was receivea on Denau oi ine province by the Hon. Duncan Mar shall. I rC Baste la the fold; then turn the other curtain la 'exactly the, same way and by the same measurement! If ther are sash curtains, run In a three-quarter- ' Stranger-jSuv-s- n't this town pretty - Goat's, milk strongly recommend d as a cure for Inebriety. Still, the victim may find difficulty In getting Gomeboays goat. .. .. emperor, aged S. Is do-at can reasonably be ex " to pacify his numerous ey should not .in all mind getting it ahead of tine, wlll youT Such good friends as jou and I needn't wait for Christmas day it self, need wet" She carefully stood Immediately beneath a spray of mistletoe wbrsn she said this, but Andrew did not notice This Is further proof that Jove is blind. "Thank you." Andrew mumbled nervously. "I I I wish you a merry it Christmas, man preached In "That's nice of you, and I hope you cfftn and was car like tho little gift It really Isn't - Jth 'Tied . flbearers. And one gift Andrew. It's Just a necktie I be made for you myself. I wish it could ; prove-tha- i 333 nicer but been something havo you'll let the sentiment that goes with teed "a "magistrate not It count for what it lacks In value or ' YA prl flng It would bo the beauty, won't you!' tOif5ne ' years of bad tuck .beginning. She carelessly reached up and ad "KOiad bt jila good luck that had' Justed tho spray of mistletoe, smiling 'kept him 4 A. of trouble also at Andrew. Anarew stooa mere, M turning the package over nnd over In Fifty Pittsburg men are suing for his hands, blind as ever. Whfft Am 'divorce on the ground of extra va abel thought we never will know. jigance. It surely Is a shame for their There must bo times while a woman wives to spend the money they need Is landing a man that she Is so en Jor the Great White Way. raced with his obtuseness that she wmld keenly enjoy thumping him on More Blessed to Give. 'beep tha head with a shovel. Ths beauty lecturer who has "Stingy?" repeated the Neighbtr-hoo- d away from adrUing New York women to i.use Andrew got his eyes Gossip, "is old man TItewadd .more soap and water on their faces he's long enough to ask: Why. did you hear what ihe 'bat not to forget the rouge, remind "Are you going to have a Christmas stingy? wife for a Christmas presgave his b that some' beauty isn't even skin tree?" you ent? Ho let her go to the dentist that 'deep' ' We're "No. and have ten aching teeth We're Just going to hang up morning knowing very well that It knw. The cutting off of queues by the our stockings in front of the grate, pulled", eating any of the ..Chinese rebels is reported to have and 'et Santa come right down the would prevent her .made puffs cheaper If the revolution rhlmnpv. I love those old customs, Christmas dinner." wlas out first thing we know puffs doa't; your Fitted Into Ma's Stocking. wlll be so cheap tbey will be unfasn-i she spoke of the old customs lovely the' once more pushed the spray of Auntie Grace What a put thatfootIn mtstletoo up into place, mis time ball! Did Santa Claus European nobleman tried to red Ace Andrew saw It, and nwaji" down deep your stocking?" Harry No; he couldn't got It In, so iMstwalght in order to win a wife and ols neart ne wisneu uu were just ho put It In ma's Instead." jtad friend of Amabel's.' jto n v' In many Instances tho gift of money Is the very best for both the giver and tho receiver. Just how to give It To a Ik nften a Derulexlug question. vnnne nrrson who olays "bridge" an indulgent uncle sent a pack of cards between tho cards were ten 5 bills, The cards vere enclosed In a pretty box and bore this la 6criptlon: "For the Queen ot Hearts." may no usua u o A dainty place of concealment fcr bills ot any denomination. A clever conceit was a ball of silver cord, with Instructions to unwind eacn day until a tiny package was reached. Pill boxes containing coins were wound within, nnd funny Jingles with each. There were boxes to last seven days, and thus the Christmas mystery was prolonged. This was an especially happy thought, as the recipient was An umbrella temporarily a "shut-In.- " was sent, having written on an attached card: "For a rainy day." When the umbrella was opened a $10 bill was found securely wrapped around the handle. Woman's World. heart-shaped gm-ooo- Question for Question. . shall discharge our butler." said Mr. Cumrox. What's the trouble?" He doesn't show me proper defer ence, wnen i am paying a man I consider It his duty to laugh y, at my Jokes." And won't ho?" I don't think ho can. He's dn Eng. lish butler. When in a spirit of gen tie and condescending badinage I said to him, "Hawkins, can you tell me which came first, the chicken or tho egg?' ho said. 'Which did you order first, sir?' " Slow? Say. nearly every $ evenln' there's the gol dlngest most;, s double row of sewing, ot an inch apart. Into which you can excltln' checker game at the storsr you ever seen! run small brass rods. It for long windows, 'curtain pins Somewhat Inconsistent should be placed about three Inches Tha young woman had spent a busyapart, so that they may be hung on the rings, or. If preferred, they can be day. She naa DrowDeaten iouneen,. bullyragged, a shop run on rods also, especially If there walker, argued victoriously with a Is a heavy curtain to go over them. After you have done the first pair milliner, laid down the law to a modor two you will not mind In the least iste, nipped in the bud a taxi chaufdoing the work, and you will be many feur's attempt to overcharge her. dollars. In pocket at the end ot the made a street car conductor stop the run car in the middle ot a curtain washing season. for her, discharged her maid and engaged another, and otherwise refused Turkey In the Pan Breast Down. to be imposed upon. The best way to bake a turkey is to allow herself Yet she did not smile that evening to bake it with the breast down. In when a young man begged: this way all the fine flavoring of the "Let me bo your protector throgb turkey, the Juice of the dressing and life!" all the daintier Juices flow down to ward the breast of the fowl, and when Precise. the white meat is served you get the n The proofreader on a small flavor added durfull benefit daily was a woman of gTeat ing the processes of preparing and One baking the turkey. In addition to the precision and extreme propriety.getting In fowl itself. If day a reporter succeeded distinctive taste of the you desire to place the fowl on the into type an item about "Willie Brown. the boy who was burned in the West table before carving, you will find end by a live wire." that It will look quite as well as It On the following day the reporter would If baked In the usual way. and found on his desk a frigid note askcertainly It will taste? much better. ing, "Which la the west end of a Housekeeper. boy? It took only an Instant to reply Nut Jumbles. "The end the son sets on, of course." Take ono pound of butter, one pound Ladle' Home Journal. of sugar, and beat them to a cream two eggs, a small glasstutJ then add of milk, and flour enough to roll them out like cookies (as thin as possi ble). Brush the top of each Jumble with the beaten yolk ot an egg. Into sprinkle some granulated which sugar mixed with a small portion of cinnamon, and on the top sprinkle Bake In a some chopped almonds. good oven until a delicate brown. Take care they do not get too b,rown sales-peoplnon-stop middle-wester- slow? NatlTe "Humph!" said Mrs. Henry Peci;, "this paper hs a lot of alleged Joketi about women giving their husbands cigars for Christmas presents. 1 think that any woman who Is fool enough to give her husband a box of the ttlw thlncs ought tcr -- Why. where has Is Growing Smaller Every Day Henry gone?" Out Henry was out In the hall shah CARTER'S LITTLE LIVSR PILLS are lng bands with himself. For Greasing Cake Tins. Take a small round tin box with air tight cover. Bore a hole in cover through which insert the handle of a small. paint brush, so that tho brush the It Isn't until a man reaches the age may reach nearly to the bottom of discretion that ho discovers ho can box. By keeping a little lard In the have a good time without suffering for box and putting ft on tho stove for minute before using, tho cake tins it the next morning. can bo greased quickly and without soiling the hands, while tho close cover of the box keeps all dust from the brush. Suburban IMc. The Army of Constipation they responsible not only give relict they permc ncntlycure Ccn- ttipauoa. Mil Honey Candy. Sad Case. A fellow who lived on the Isthmus, Was bothered somewhat by strabtsth mus. He said: "It Is sad. But my eyes, which are ltd. See New Year when Id King at , Ch'rlsthmus." lions use them for BiUootaett. bdj'teilioo, Sick HeaJidie, SsDow Skin. SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SJIALL PRICE. Put half a pound of honey into a saucepan, add half a pound of sugar, of cream and a ono tabiespoonfui dessertspoonful of cold water, then mix and stir well. Allow to. stand for one hour. Pivt over a moderate fire, stirring gently until it Is stiff enough to pull. Pour into buttered tins. When cool enough to handle pull and cut into small pieces. Breakfast Biscuit. To a half cup of melted butter, a little salt and two teaspoonfuls ot baking powder add one quart of milk and flour enough to make a stiff batter. Do not knead to make Into dough. Drop from a spoon into buttered pans and bake In a hot oven, as only a quick oven will make them light and tender. lIUVUNMltlliW SllllVBBMBlHiilWr'iH A-- Christmas Thought I am thinking ot you today tecause It Is Ctrlstroas, and I wish you hapA Genuino must bear Signature piness. And tomorrow, because It will be tho day after Chrlstrais, I shall still wish you happiness, and so oj clear throught the year. Henry Dyke. Vai tpiso's I TBfor CoughZolTdsT wo BS,iBraii Nwrucr.. . Terry, who. conducted a ' chmond.-l- lrs. James Bennett, 3f colore, refused, it Is rJlecedTto an omcer.ot the Equal Rights whiTkr to two men. who therRUMn Association of Kentucky, has sent to ' ihot him f ,congrS8 memorial m??b.e Mr. .Terry was a dry goods clerk in . rhnnpitH an tn .1 u.!nr married a sister of the late Congress- w.irren can vote In selecting United man Robertson. He Is survived by S.ates Senators. Senator Paynterand Representative Helm have consented oni son, J. Cad Terry, of Brazil; four brothers, C. W., D. A., M. D. and J. R. to introduce the memorial to their bodies. Terry, of this county, and two sisters, Mrs. Beeler, of Texas, and Mrs. Has "YELLOW CATS" SLAYER. Well, of Muldraugh. X . discuss the matter. several prominent officials and ltUcns have been summoned to appear u,id testify. SENATOR BAILEY, BUYS TROTTER li. I'M nnpnlv rtlru Iff tills "EITFiTt IGTti cussed since the gnfcd Jury went Into I session. Officers are reticent and decline to HAD DONE HER PART. down, tonic made of the) glyceric extract of certain V 'xooU.wm tho best corrective. This be called 4 Dr. Pierce's Golden MedicaTDiscovery " Medical Diicoverr"Vtifp: tho stomach the food, thereby curic dyspepsia. It is esrcia!!y rultpted to diseases attended with excessive tissue waste, notably in convmlrsojrco from various, feven, for people and those who are alw)j " er.tching cold."" Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser is seat on receipt ol 31 one-cstamps for the French d book of 1003 pafies. Address Dr. R. V. Pierco, No. 663 Main Street, Buffalo, N. V. Beta, mado without alcohol, lh ent cloth-boun- St Texas Statesman Will Get Back Into the Gar RED MEN ANNUAL MEETING. She I wonder who originated the saying, "There la always room at tho topz- - He Some hotel derjc, I guess. it: bad last spring and lost his "appetite entirely, which made htm cross and peevish.- I put him on a diet of Grape-Nutwhich be relished at once. He improved Jrotn the beginning, the eczema disappeared end now he Is fat nd rpsrwlib a delightfully soft, clear skini The Grape-Nut- s diet did It 1 will willingly answer all inquiries. Name given by Po6tum Co., Battle Creek, s, Whltesburg. Tho Consolidation Coal Co., building the cities of Jenkins on Elkhorn and McRoberts on Wright's Fork of Boone, owning 0 acres in the heart of tho Elkhorn coal field, makes tho announcement that It will shortly start the construction of its third model city. The third ciiy will be built on Main Boone, below the mouth of Potter's Fork, on the main line of the Lexington & EastKILLS HIS NEIGHBOR. snidgo'th saxpence." ern road. At first some big mills 'will Russellvllle. James J. Dean shot be installed. f'THE LITTLE WIDOW and killed Pat Whltn at Rnonn Vict., AMIfMy Good Sort of Neighbor to Springs. One shot was fired from a NO OVERDRAFTS TO BE ALLOWED Have. d shotgun and White fell Hi Lexington. dead. Both were farmers and neighNo overdrafts In any of rA'llttlo widow, a nclchbor of mine. bors, living only about 200 yards apart, the Lexington banks are to bo allowed Grape-N'ut- s pvsuaded xae to try when and are said to have had previous after March 1, 1912. stomach was so weak that It trouble, lmmed'atelv nftor fh billing Resolutions to thnt effect were unanuld not retain food of any' other Dean came to town and surrendered imously adopted at a meeting of tho d. writes a grateful woman, from to me snenir. uean is to years old Lexington Clearing House association, Bernardino. Co, Cau and White was voumrpr. At ih tlm. tho signatures of all the banks In the T bftfl bppn III nnrl nnflrtA tn mv of the killing they wero only a few city being atnxcd by official represenl with .fever and nervous prostra- - zeei apart. tatives. V for three long months after the of my second boy. We were in OFFICERS ARE ELECTED. CARPENTER BADLY HURT. air until the little widow's advice ght relict Lawrcnceburg. At a meeting of the Paris. Sol Current, n nnrnontor fti liked Grape-N'ut- s food from the board of council the following officers from the Duncan avenue brldga over, nlng, and in an incredibly short were elected N. track3, a distance of L. It gave mo such strength that I City treasurer,for the next two years: thefeet, &.sustaining serious injuries.thirHarry B. McAfee: city ty It ble to leave my bed and enjoy clerk, Hardin B. Ripy; city attorney, is feared he is badly injured internally. Tn ennA m 1 n Axv F. R. Feland; city physician. Dr. months my" weight Increased from 95 Toll; city health officer. Dr. G. D.J. L. DELEGATE FROM KENTUCKY. to 113 pounds, my nerves had steadied superintendent waterworks, r down and I felt ready for anything. Hahn; chief of police, John H. Maysvllle. Tho Rev. M. S. Clark, My neighbors were amazed to see me Morton, policeman, Robert pastor of the First Methodist Episcogain so rapidly, and still more so Scearce. and new officers will H. pal The bo church. South, of this city, left for when they heard that Grape-Nu- ts sworn in tho first Monday in Jaa-- J Washington to attend the national, alone had brpught the change. uary. n League convention there, "My boy had eczema very 100.-00my-ays- Husband Wat Willing. The Scot has no monopoly of domestic felicity, as many a piquant paragraph bears witness. The other day an old farmer and his wife were doing" the sights of a provincial town, and, among other places they visited a panorama of South Africa, The riowa were extremely Interest ing, and the couple were enjoying themselves to the full. As scene after scene passed, the woman's enthusl asm lncreared. and at length, turn lng to her husband, she exclaimed: "Oh, Sandy, this is really splendid. .' I could jist sit here all "Ah, weel, Jennie, woman." replied Sandy, to the mirth of those sluing Bear, "Just sit you still there: I'll not Lnington. With over 200 members of the Improved Order of Red Men orescnt, and with Grand Sachem Wm. A. Crader, of Louisville, here to exem plify the work, the annual meeting of he Tenth district was held under the auspices of Mlantonomo Tribe No. 1, of which Frank L. Smith is the pre siding officer. The crack degree team of Cherokee Tribe No. 8, of Louisville, hlch has become famous throughout .he state, was here to put on the adop tion of warriors and chief degree for the benefit of thirteen candidates. Col. IL V. Kohn, secretary and treasurer )t the Louisville Anzelger, captain of the team, was present to see the the work done. Great Sachem William A. Jrader arrived In company with Great Chief of Records Frank L. Smith, of this city, who went to Louisville Frl-la- y to attend the district meeting In that city. Lexington. SenaiO" 'oeph W- - Bai Wadklns Held In Bond of $3,000 To ley, of Texas, vhc disposed of his Answer To Grand Jury. breeding outfit at his Falrland farm, near hero some time ago, while hero Jackson. The examining trial of announced that he again will enter tho Deputy Town Marshal Green Wadklns trotting horse game with a new outfit. for the killing of "Yaller Cat" Jeff, Da- At tho Old Glory sales In New York, vid here was held before County Judge he purchased a number of brood J. Wise Haglns. Despite the testimony mares, and also some younger horses, of Wadklns and another witness that which were shipped here. The brood be shot David In while mares will bo put in tho stud at Fair-the latter was resisting arrest Judge land, and the "younger horses sent to Haglns held Wadklns In a bond of Memphis, where they will be trained "What are you goln' to give at the $3,000 to answer to the grand Jury. by his former trainer, Harold Chiles, preacher's donation party, Mandy?" Wadklns gave bond at once. "Lands sake! Nuthin'. Why, I give e PERFECTION in wick too hah or too low. Safe in the hands of a ckild. The Periection burns cine hours on one lEng glowing heat from the minute it is lijHteA Handsomely nniahed: drums of blue enamel or plain steel, with skkel trimmings. Aurao'datoorwmmdcKrvtrM drcakrtaaayaieacr at not to no time. Always ready for use. Can be carried easily to any room where extra warmth is nerded. A special automatic tie rice makes it impossible to turn ttte Smokeless Clean Odorless Convenient The PerfectKn iiaoleleu 03 Healer warms op a room ohSter ju otandara uu company (Inoorpormted) THIRD MODEL CITY. LARGE BARN IS BURNED. ML Sterling. The large the preacher a real store necktie that cost 10 cents at his donation party only three years ago!" Handhold. Meandering Alike neaved such a deep sigh that his companion was moved to ask him what the matter was: "I was just thinking about bad roads and tho wonders of science," was the answer. "This earth Is spinning round fastcr'n a railway train behind time." "Well, we ain't fell off yet." "No. But think of what a convenience it would be if we could have some place to grab on to while de territory slid under our feet until de place we wanted to go to come along." Youth's Companion. A longing to Mrs. Bcttln Knox, near Sewell's Shop, was burned to tha ground. A number of farm Implements and 10,000 popnds of tobacco burned. The loss will reach $25,000, partly covered by Insurance. The firo marshall will investigate the case, as incendiarism Is suspected. SUCCUMBS TO ILLNESS. Hodgenvllle. well-know- n barn be- W. L. DOUGLAS SHOES Ail Styles. All Leathers, All Sizes and Widths, for Men and Women THE STANDARD Or QUALITY Wanted v.aO, "3.00, "3.50 FOR OVER & '4.00 m r The workmanship which has madcW. L. Douglas shoes famous the world over b maintained tn evry pair. If 1 could take you into my large fa3on at Brockton, Mass., and show you how carefully shoes are made, you would then realize why I warrant them to hold their shape, fit and look better and wear longer than other makes for ihe price. CAUTION Th" tannine har W. I onsUs on bottom "J1 PrleeAll Shoes Sent Everywhere Cham WJ-Dougbs 30 YEARS r w double-barrele- Greenwood Senator A. Taylor, aged 60 years, died here of Origin's disease. Senator Taylor was a lawyer, having practiced In Hart and Laruei counties for 35 years. He was born In Ceymore, Ky., was county attorney of Hart The Paradox. county, and has made his home la "My is a paradoxical one." Hodgenvllle for the last 15 years. ' "How doctor so?" His wife and four sons survive him. "The more he reduced the swelling Dr. W. B. Taylor, of Irvlngton, Ky. the higher the bills grew." Phil and Ben, of Hodgenvllle, and Edward, aged 14. SOME RACE DISTINCTION Rockport. Island Station, McLran county, Is said to b tho only Western Kentucky town which bars negroes. and not a single representative of the Ethiopian race Is to bo found there. Occasionally a colored man, beating his way on a freight train, stops off a few minutes, not knowing of the antipathy. He soon'"beats It." Even tho colored porters on the passenger trains are shy about getting oft at Island, and when they do It Is only for a moment. Clothing can be cleaned by am monla or benzine soap wi'hout danger A safe substitute Is gelatlned benzine In which 25 per cent bcnzlno is added to a mass of soap, water and am. ' monla. It can be handled without spilling: the amount of vapor given off Is slight and the amount of inSainmablo material In It Is small. .. taai inoes rt m sold In roar iowtlmM HImuo t umMUTRKW, HI TOOK W IDOW1 IjsialJ In model; dmlrM; Hie aM width mil t araallr worn: plain or rap toe; bran, mtdmra 'npd Prn. Vot llrtt kI. J do IS. larat liu, mail or (rated Catalog Free. ONE PAUl Many BOV8' S3.S-.UK3.00rUlor i illpoaltlTelyontwear IV. 1 DOKULIS. MS Spark Su, liroa toa. Bus. TWO Cl)r of onllnanr dots' aboea fast 5a(s Uttd Ettliaiotlf. r uns without pain ur Mirelcal openition. Write for booklet, lilt 11. II. WILUAiU, Bltoej. OM It's humiliating to discover that tho folks who we Imagine despise us nev er even think of us! ror ujnErtiiTfi ioias, iroup ana sore mront bit afi-- , ftwtfl ana Iloxftln'A Croup Kemecly. It tare. No nauaeu. bold bj all Draguuu. 60 cents. Too many "eye openers" will close a man's eyes. If you Lll-lar- Ju-be- You have same crowd twice. don't aell tho same story to tho Atchison Globe. h corking good memory The light Is strong and steady. A Rayo never flickers. materials and workmanship are the best. Rayo lamps and lanterns last. jwur dealer to itm you hit line of Ko;j lamps and lanterns, or writs Jor illustrated booklets direct to ant ageney of Rayo lamps and lanterns give most light lor the oil used. Standard Oil Company ( t Anti-salno- Incorporated 1 Death Lurks in Gasoline Mich. Read the HtUe book. "The Road to KellvMe," Inpkgs. "There's a reason." Gnr red fce above letter? A Tbry appears to ne Brraatae, from Mate .foiltime,' bunas' true, and arc of taterrat. . ii It Should Be Used for Washing Only pouring the dirty gasoline down the Out of Doors and Carefulbole in the sink. A largo number ly Handled. have come from pouring it In the slop bucket where It floated and gave Oasollno should only be used tor off vapor. washing out of doors and away from Putting gasoline In the water In a buildings and smokers. When the wash boiler is always followed by an washing is done the gasoline should explosion. be thrown on loose ground that will Silk in dresses, ribbons or gloves From n Gravestone. may. It rubbed hard, make a spark drink It up at once. . I emectcd It. hnr i ,u-explosions have come from which will fire gasoline. Severe guile bo soon. Ufa. nm. ijuutt.gyeJCsMl h, mi t iaaHBaVBaaBaBaaBasvassBSSBSaaaaBaSBBSsssftsSB Jaw slaBV V ftslav W BSBBBBS M JK Bp. aV . .. .1 7 . - m. .4 - Lextegtoa a4 .CaclUk fceat Friday BBtil Moa- y Jwlge Jmms Mc.Cae.k1id.& severe stuck ef iadigeadoa yesterday was relieved ia about neraiag, aa bear. C. W. Peters, oar popalar fcaa bees oa the sick list for several days, bat is better as we go to preae. fcleMfc . 4t1Uvs is Rhode Island xytlj bt Conner attempted uf puu a pistol from the holster, wten the weapon discharged, the .bullet entering We are longing for "the spring above the heart and going entirely time, gentle Annie," and for "the thru the body, coming out in the Kailr TTf ti o nnnilar vriHncr far good old summer time." eds. Mrs. Ben Wilson. drug-gitr- t, ofeoid fever, contlaaes qalte sick aad a aarse has beta procared for sos: Willie Ww. Hta Kay (or Jack, as be is called) also .baa typhoid fever. v. Mr. aad Mrs. Kelly Hunt have geae to Lexisgtou to reside, where Mr. Hant hopes to get good position sooa. We are tarry to lose these food citizens aad sin ctrely wish them well in their new The price of eggs continues high, while chickens remain re markably low for this season of the year. Remember the public sale of Mrs. Joan Chaney's farm next Wednesday. See advertisement in this paper. Saturday evening the floor of the dining room in W. E Kerns' residence was discovered to be afire, but it was soon extinguished. mer and married. Carlisle people over the delay of the Louisville & Nashville railroad company to erect a passenger, station there in place of the one that was destroyed by fire last May. Since, that time it cat coo 111 r downward course. iVhe older residents of Campbellsvllie have just cause to shiver when they recall February 13, 1F99. The winter had been a severe oue, with z;ro Tl-irnrpnther mneh of the llmr came February witbits ice, snow, are dissatisfied sleet and whatnotv that goes to cury reacneu its S nothing but a small shack has been provided, altho the foundation lor a new passenger station has been laid for some time. The matter has been taken before the State Railroad Commission. sBR- - m At Kelly Hunt's sale of house Owens Ratllff, who retired from hold goods, poultry, etc., Monday, the mercantile bnsiness January 1, low prices were realized. The has a card in this Issue to which frigid weather made the attendance we will add a few words. A co small. Incidence In his business career Is that the initials of both his former trans- During last year 317 deeds partners are A. T. While Mr. RatMrs. James McCne, who was feriag real estate were recorded in llff was himself in bnsiness twenty a, mercury vlll urclr deitror ttie sense of smell Bath County Clerk's office at years, he had previously clerked and eomyielrly derange the" ft talesuruces. wben srstcia called Boaw three and a half months the entering It through the mucous Such on prescripshould never be used by the Owingsville. Three hundred and for his father seven years, making articlesfrom reputable physicians, except damage they ago to Davenport, Okla., as the tions eighteen deeds were recorded dur- - for him a total of twenty-seve- n will do Is ten fold to the tood you can poeaiblr de death ef the wife of her son, James rive irom inem. liaui uaiarrn vure. manuiaciurea ng the year 1910. v ). O. contains no mer years behind the counter, almost br F. andCheney & Co.. Toledo; acting directly upon Ol McCae, arrived home last Is taken Internally, cury, evaslnrj&ccotaeanied bv mucous surfaces or the system. Ia employe of the an average life time. Naturally the blood and Catarrh .Cure t;ure you get the Alf Darrell, an buying Hairs Is Mill, dead our readers will want to know genuine. It j. taken Internally, and made In Toledo, . uieney Rathtagfd 6, aad Alexander Star Planing- home, dropped Ster what vocation Mr. Ratllff will fol vain, uy ruruncuia. . i a m.t irsiinioaiau iirr ihnq oy io, ricr. vri uuiuc. at Mt. In front of his aged 4 years, wao will ling Wednesday evening, Jan. of low, now that he has retired from Take Hall's Family mis ler e Upatloo. HaaUltea, 4, make their home with their graaa heart disease. He was 45 years the mercantile business. To gratl fy this solicitude we will state that During the year 1911 the police par eats here. old and leaves a wife and one he will not be idle, but will give of New Yotk City were called x-child. his time and attention to his farm, actlv x.;oo times to search for Catherine Jiving close to nature, resulting no persons who had disappeared, and Mr. George F. C roach, a farmer Near Owingsville, of oarboa county, and Mrs. Ida Young, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. doubt in the betterment ol his during this same time approximate Cliskeaeeard, of Nicholas county.: Austin Boaz, was seriously bumed health, a result devoutly wished ly 1. 000 women, 'most or tnem age from 14 young girls ranging-iwereaarriad Moaday at Carlisle by her dress Igniting from an open' for by his many friends. to 20 years, utterly disappeared It was only by prompt It k the aecead marriage for both Blizzardy Weather. e died about attention that her injuries did Nor does this number cover all the Mr. Creech's A blizzard struck this section young women who drop out of the a year aee. Mrs. Cllakenbeard is prove latal. last Thursday afternoon, the 4tb, world of their own acquaintances the wldcwef the late Dudley CUn- Miss Georgia Sledd, daughter and sent the mercury scurrying suddenly. The police say that keafeeard. of Deputy Sheriff William Sledd, down the tube from 36 to 10 de not more than half the actual dis Mr. Claade H Ratllff, of Paris, has annondced her candidacy lor grees. A wind, blowing at t appearances are formally reported aad Miss Raby Squires, of Carlisle, the office of ' Superintendent of velocity of from twenty to forty The vountr ems left absolutely no were Bwrried Saaday afternoon Schools of Montgomery county, miles an hour, brought the sever trace behind. They made no prep Jaaaary 7, 191 1, at the home of subject to the action of the Demo est weather of the winter. aratlons ior departure, and few Mrs, Tarley Squires, mother of the cratlc party. Friday's highest temperature have since been beard from bride, ta Carlisle. Mr. Katun is was 10 degrees and the lowest was Amone the reasons Riven for the Miss Fannie Peck writes from 5 degrees. sob of Mr. aad Mrs. William H Saturday brought a disappearances of the ei'U are: ex Ratiiff, ef tbk town, aad has been Asheville, N. C, that she was temperature ranging from 13 to 2 treme poverty, theatrical asplra ia bniinmn here, at Carlisle aad at told when she arrived that snow degrees, with a snowfall of about : tlons, and lurrd away. Gay never fell there, but there has been inches that afternoon and night, Recently he aad r. of Paris, leased the Kim a fall of three inches, with the Sunday's temperature ranged from Important to Mothers. JUtcl. in Carlisle, aad are thermometer registering only 14 4 degrees above to 7 degrees below. Eramtoe carefully eyerj Jxttl of CASTOBT. it on the European degrees above zero. Monday brought some thawing a safe and sure remedy rorjiuaou anu cmvrcn. The bride is oae el the most temperaand sea that It speaking in the interest of weather and the highest veaae ladles la Carlisle, The degrees, accompanied ture was beea aa operator of the the Bnrlev tobacco poo, announc by a rain.37 That afternoon, bow Tekahoae Company. Mr ed at Owingsville for last Monday, ever, colder weather set in, iuteusl- - 8 Ignitus of Ratttff 'a away friends here extend, was called on alter the bills were fi;d by a strong wind, and In the ta Vie For Over 30 Years. Always Bought The KM Yea Hare printed. There may be speaking evening eMgrataktiMC. there was another snow there later, due announcement of fall of about an inch. The lowest IT'S UPTO YOU. .which will be made Hon. Ollle M. James, the big temperature Monday was 3 degrees caa credit ealy those who pay I D mocratlc Counitsman from th above zero At Mt SterHir. Richard F. Great snffrring was caused to First district, was overwhelmingly pmaftly. Mastln, former Chief of Police, United S'a'es Sbnatnr by Respectfully, His left people and aiock.' Where natural ft on an Icy pavement. gas is used, the supply ran short, the K"ntucky legislature Tuesshoulder was broken, the ligaments Mrs. J. J. Mathews. Hon He will succeed torn loose, and he was badlv caused by the pumps not working day. Paynter. whose term Red cockerels for braised. Owing to his age, 67 properly, and the users ef this fuel Thomas H. R. I. . had to resort to other means of will expire March 4, 1913. years, his injuries are serlotis. Mrs.. Sat-inai n fire-plac- e. make up a hard winter; then that unlucky thirteenth day, when the thermometer fell to 32 degrees below zero here. "Toat was the of ficial weather report,, but some of the thermometers registered as low as 39 degrees. That was about the coldest day tver recorded In vxaeei sem scccseb t the Corn Cracker State. It was a FECIAL OFFER: frigid day all over this land of ours, a. mil Hew Baalaee. Atrtalsria to Campbellsvllie, but maxa you oar Denaaoeat esstcibar. Columbia. wrltefor Jt. For Sale. wAffidavit furnished that .... Greensburg, L:banon and, In fact, !MnilBCllIM pow and the Hat Sbeath ere w. the hand A four- - cylinder, It & Snest : Tmra, t rjlirulM i mm. baas niU- all of this section of the State show 4 er, tfrana- - some hair above In ninety ditys. HunV a iAHj MLAMltlMW ed a colder weather rectrd than growing hair now. other Mention this. Paw-Write lln automobile; in good running dreds of as writusers men use It. L'nlesi any ether part of the'Ualou. as Women "Tsfsf" condition; tires as good as new; your head has burned by- acid or SEND 10 CENTS will :ell cheap flume, nsbooUIet explains, ta Its. Beware of Ointments for Catarrh will grow hair for jou. Aet4J m Address, 625. o ftMiutu iMtrcTe IM IMH vfMtuMt .riant - m and tile Une package or 18 23 UOU Winchester, Ky. that Contain'ftfercury,' IW ay ia. t riHai Hat Sheath will work wotders with a will store 18 acres of good well near each dwelling, sey- -. eral nice pooh, and a running stream through - .the farm. 105 acres ol this land is In grass, 52 acres in cultivation, and 35 acres in timber. TT?R MS; One-hn- lf cash: the other half in two tqual payments In one and two years with six per cent Interest from date of deed. Anvnne desirln? to look over this farm, or for hither information, call on or address W. A. BOYD Auctioneer, Sharps' urg,Ky. MRS. 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Udder this offer subscrip tions mu-- t be sent to this office This U the best subscription offer mode iu years, nnd this being a Presidential year, every household should have a good dally paper In 01 ke the Courier-Journniction with the local paper. Remember, mbscilptlons under this fffir must be made before reoruary r : Dilly and Snnday LexHerald, 1 year, $5 CO. Ladles Home Journal and SaturS. D. Thompson, optician, of day Evening Post, 1 year. $3.00 Owlngsville, will go anywhere in J. S. Shaip, Agt. this or adjoining counties to fit glasses. Drop him a card and he Tobacco Insurance. will call and test your eyes and Adams & Ratiiff 's Insurance properly fi: you with the right Agency will protect your property Ijf kind of glasses. by placing your business with the; strongest companies In America-- . All notes and gppiunts due the We Insure everv class of town and, late firm of Ratllff & Jones are farm property. Including TOBAO payable to Owens Ratllff. CO and TOBACCO BARNS, llvi j A. T. Jones stock, grain, hiy, etc . .Owens Rtllff. Your business Is solicited anJan. 1. 1912. appreciated. Office at Citizens Bank. Thp Hlnn Oas Comoanv. which Sharpsburg, Ky. ington ' Don't forget, Return Saturday. You must try it. Com ler Journal, D illy Times-Sta- r, 1 year, year, 1 - Is to manufacture? and sell blati gas In Kentuckv and-- Tennessee, has Posted! Beware!! LouUvllle Hunters are warned to keep off tilth a capital stock of two million dollars. Hon. H. Green Garrett, our land. We will prosecute tresJudy & Bascom, for the Railroad Commissioner, and Law- passers. A B. Barnes farm. yer J. M. Stevenson, both of WinB W Wlls..n. chester, are among the directors P. W. Birry. tnd officers. Blau gas can. be used J R. Bascom. or lighting and cooking purposes A R. Brans aiid will be available la .countr) Miss Beltle WlilUs. towns and homes where therels no Mrs. Susan Clark. mural gas or electricity, as Jt. will Ml-s- s Cells Scruggs. be shipped in steel tanks and can 9Addit(onal names wlllj be he connected for nse by any- one. for 25 cent? each. It is said to bexheaper than coat or added tolhlg-Us- t 'een Incorporated at - 1 Harry-Berry- 18-2- 1 39. natural gas. ;.cash. . . jk . '. . " . . . m. a. is- - "Sfefr j'ft-Ni.'.- - i. wruaaiC-- : Salt'- - &SEPt': 'A; '