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Now is the time to buv vour winter suddIv
Potatoes. They are well matured, mealy, whj
elegant stock. Cheaper than have been in 5
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That when thoy aro not fcoling woll,
many persons find thomsolvcs in
ttoubt whether to tako a Uttlo patont
n'cdlclno or try somo now brand of
In Congress Fight Would Havo Had
324 Votes in Electoral Collego
Had It Been a Presidential
In tho presidential election of 1012
tho Republicans (Taft) curried 2 States,
Utah and Vermont; Progressives
(Itoosovelt) carried 6 states, California,
Michigan, Minnesota, Pennsylvania,
South Dakota anil Washington; Demo
crats (Wilson) Carried all tho other
40 States. Wilson's electoral vote was
433, Koosevelt's 88, Taft's 8.
On Tuesday tho country voted on
"tlie Wilson policies." For represent.'!
tives in Congress tho electoral vote
for President is based on tho number
of Congressional districts the voto
shows what the result would hnvo been
if the election had been for President.
Republican California 13; Connect!
cut 7; Delaware 3; Idaho 4; Illinois
20; low.i 13; Kansas 10; Maine 6;
i!it8.ichusctts 18; Michigan 15; Minne
sota 12; Nebraska 8; Xcvnda 3; Now
Hampshire 1; Now Jersey 14; New
Mexico 3; New Yorjk 45; North Dakota
5; Ohio 21; Oregon 5; Pennsylvania
38; Rhode Ma nil 5; South Dakota 5;
Vermont 4; Washington 7; West Vir
ginia 8; Wisconsin 13; Wyoming 3;
Democratic Alabama 12; Arizona 3;
Arkansas !'; Colorado 0; Florida 0;
(leorgi.i 11; Indiana 15; Kentucky 13;
Louisiana 10; Maryland 8; Mississippi
10; Missouri IS; Montana 1; North
Carolina 12; Oklahoma 10; South
Carolina 12; Oklahoma 10; South
Carolina 1); Oklahoma 10; Tennessee 12;
Texas 20; Virginit 12; total 203.
Progressie State 0; doubtful States
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A boy's best friend is his mother;
but you can go to any poorhouse In tho
State and pick out plenty of evidence
that a mother's best triend isn't always
Snake poison is sometimes its own
antidote; and by the same token a lot
of folks get cured of love-sickness en nn
over-dose of the object of their alloc
tious. A suddenly awakened conscionco
otten does moro blubbering around than
a six-monthsold baby unexpectedly
jerked out of its ufternoon nap.
Moro people are run down by the
consequences of their own misbobbles
than will over be hit by automobiles.
Lifo is a museum, and each of us
tbiuk's ho's tho freak that ought to
draw the big money.
'Most of tho 100 per cent cflicieucy
men get their first vacation in the
Winter is coming on! "Buy a bale''
of shingles and patch your roof.
Now that tho election is over, what
are you going to do about It f
Will insure to this county a healthier
and moro intelligent "Family of the
futura."jand many a woman, obviously
unfit fot marriage, has had hdr health
restored by tho timoly use of Lydia
K. Plnkhnm's Vegotablo-Compound, tho
most successful remedy for female Ills
tho world has even known. Euonnous
quantities of roots nnd herbs are used
annually in making this good old-fashioned
remedy nnd no woman who suf
fers from female ills should loso hopu
until rIio has tried it.
it is mighty hard to tell whether tho
world is laughing with you or at you.
So don't got fat-headed.
Those- who hunt trouble encounter
no closed seasons.
As Administrator of Kfllo Jackson,
deceased, I will sell at Public Auction,
November 28th, 191 1, household and
kitchen furniture, to tho highest and
beat bidder, without rosdrvo. Terms
ninilo known on day of sale Sale to
begin, at 10 a. n., at h late resldenco
in Phlstor Alloy, Second Ward.
.HARRY 0. CURRAN,
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Program For Annual Meeting In January
-Chance For Members of Boys'
Organizations in the State
Lexington, Ky., Nov. 0. Tho Ken
tucky Corn Orowors' Association an
nounces tho preliminary premium list
for tho fifth annual show which will
bo held at tho collego of agriculture
of Stato University in connection with
Farmers' Week, extending from Jan
uary 4 to !). Liberal prios will bo
given in each of tho classes. The
contests will embrace boys' club pro
ductions, and a tobacco show also will
bo hold in connection with tho corn
exhibit. The ollicers of the Kentucky
Corn Growers' Association are,: F. M,
McKoe, president, crsaillcs; Charles
Caldwell, vice-president, Danville; A.
II. Gilbert, treasuror, Lexington, and
T. 11. Bryant, secretary, Lexington.
Tho district vice-presidents arc:
First District, S. M. Bradley, More
head; Second district, If. M. Stpiires,
Lexington; Third district,
Tho rules, conditions and
for the show aro as follows:
All adult exhibitors must
association membership feo of 50 cents,
which entitles them to all the
priileges of the Association. In the
boys' department the membership lee
is 25 cents.
Entries close Saturday, Januiry 2.
Kxhibits must bo in place not later
than Monday, January 4, at 4 p. in.
This will enable exhibitors attending
Winners' week to bring their exhibits
with them. Inhibitors from tho Thiid
district, i. c., Westom Kentucky, may
bring their exhibits as lato as .) a. in.,
Tuesday, January 5, provmed, however,
that ery tew will find it necessary
to present exhibits at that late hour,
.is it adds greatly to the confusion ot
opening. Tlie entry blank must li:it
been pre iously sent in by mail. Bx
hibits may be shipped prepaid to the
Secretary, who will pl.uo them on ex
hibition. Do not o-xpeet any extension
of time. Hntry blanks should be sciurcii
from tlie secretary. Do not ship com
without your name and address plaiuU
written on outside. Do not niclosi
communication in bo.
For tho purposo of creating more in
terest iu the corn show, tho State has
been divided iutp three divisions ii
which premiums will bo ollcrcd.
The first division comprises Lewis.
Rowan, Menefe, Powell, Estill, Jack
son, Rockcastle, Laurel, Whitley, and
all counties lying to tho east.
Tho second division comprises all
counties lying between tho first and
The tiiiVd division comprises Hardin
Laurel, Green, Metcalfe, Monroe and
all counties lying to the west.
In each division liberal premiums
will bo ohTered in tlie following classes:
Class 1. Ten ears white dent corn.
Class 2. Ten ears yollow dent corn.
Class 3. Ten cars dent com other
than white, or yellow.
Class 4. Single car white dent corn
Clnss 5. Single ear yellow dent com.
Class 0. Single ear dent com otln
thau white or yellow.
Class 7. One peck wheatany varioty.
ciass 8. One peck oats, -any varioty.
-.ass 0. One, peck of soy beans, anj
Class 10. One peck cowpcas, an
, TJio boys' corn club department is
for boys who are members of organaircd
corn'clubs and Imyo actuallygrown tlie
cortl "they propose, to exhibit,
In each division liberal premiums
will bo offered in tho following classes
Class 1. Ten ears dent eo-u, anj
Class 2. Singlo car corn, any color.
Class 3. Highest yield of corn on
For tho Stato-at-large.
Best half-bushel com, any color
State sweepstakes aro as follows:
(Bost ten ears com, any color.
Best singlo ear corn, any color.
Highest yield per acre.
Greatest profit per aero.
Greatest percentage of sholled corn
from 35 ears.
Greatest total weight of shelled corn
from 35 ears.
It is hoped that members of tho
Corn Growors' association will gtvo
or procuro premiums to bo offered In
tlie various classes. Tho securing of
premiums Is too great a task to be left
to tho secretary alono.
All communications should bo ad
dressed to T. It. Bryant, secretary,
Experiment. station, Lexington, Ky.
Still, wu. vory sorlously doubt whethor
an election was over carried, by tho
simple expedient of lying about the
fclzej, the candidate 'it orowds.-t-fjMo
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STRIKING FACTS ABOUT
"Filipino Eager For Enlightenment' Says Roy H. Brown,
"And Now is the Impressionable Time" Plans For
Tokyo Convention Campaign in South America-Episcopal
Missions and the War
A Foreign Mission's Library
(By Southern Missionary Nows
Bureau, Ida Clyde Clarke,
Of striking and dramatic interest Is
an articlo by Roy II. Brown of tho
Presbyterian church, U. S. A., on "Tlie
Now Philippines." Among other in
teresting tilings, Mr. Brown sajs:
"In every nation tiiero aro times of
especial opportunity for tho herald of
the cross other than the great heart
hunger and blind gropings after the
truth. Political awakenings and up
heaals like China's throw the doors
wide open to the ambassadors of the
Prineo of Peace. When Dewey took
Manila bay he threw wide tlie portals of
new life to the Pilipino people, lie un
chained the Bible that for centuries hail
been bound and hidden from them who
were eager to receive its teachings and
follow its instructions.
But with tho passing of the years the
government's magnificent unit lias
brought us to a time of opportunity tlie
like of which was only expressive when
Christ came in tlie "fullness of time."
Through human instrumentality splen
did Roman roads reached to the distant
parts of the empire, Roman justice and
tho Greek tongue protested the mes
scnger of the cross and gae liim a
universal language to tell of n Savior's
All of these our government has
given to us. Places that were inacccs
sible have been opened to consumers
and the new pulsing life and sport of
tho new time in tho Philippine has
entered. On thest boats embark the
modern Pauls to preach to the people.
Every town in our province save
two small ones may be reached b,
automobile Nearly four thousand miles
of good road for motorcycle or auto
mobile open tho country to the Pro
ti stunt missionary. Road foremen
motorcycles, engineers of districts have
automobiles, supervising teachers own
them and are supplied by the Govern
ment in the interests of ellieiency and
economy. To some extent our mission
has profited by the example of Govern
ment and business houses. We hav
some motorcycles and they have in
creased the ellieiency of the workers.
There nre 530,000 boys and girls who
nip ready to listen to you, not in the
dialects, but in English; 8,500 Filipino
school teachers are prepared to read
ami grap the great ideas of the English
writers. Four of our Christian workers
in the province of Albay write to me in
English. When you announce in i
town you arc going to speak in e.nglish
4ml not butcher tho dialect, it is easv
to get tho crowd oT school children
:iouud. What an opportunity for us
to teach and influciico iu our own
tongue, that has become theirs!
Tho Filipino is eager for enlighten
ment. Tlio.ro is nothing to hinder tin
message being given to him save lack
of messengers and ijuick ways of 'cach
ing him. Now is the impressionable
time, ero the days of indilTorenco conic.
There nre somo few thousands ot
American troops in tho islands to pre
serve ordor, aided by tho constabulary
and tho Philippine scouts. But there
is a better army than that; through
fourteen years it lias been recruited
until it numbers nearly 75,000 strong!
Liko tho troops of Garibaldi, these
servants of Christ woro promised per
secution, hard marches, horoic service,
but in tho end liberty to Christ Jesus
and they nro tho hopo today of tho
Philippines. When tho stars and stripes
are hauled down and tho troopers em
bark, thoy will remain to garrison the
land for Christ. They havo stood
under lire nnd not wavered, they have
charged ninny a hill of superstition and
placed tho cross of Christ on its summit
From n political standpoint tho year
has stood most emphatically for unrest,
with tho change of administration,
rumors of every description circulated
lu the nativo press and wcro launched
from tho public platform. Tho pooplo
knew not what to expect. A spirit
of dissatisfaction soon bogan to crys
talio and tho people felt as though
they wore being defrauded of their just
rights of independence Promises that
woro aguo ambiguous woro largely re
sponsible. Being capable of the inter
pretation that tho Filipino desired to
placo upon them, llttlo by little the
Furthermore, It would bo a raro oc
qurronco for a man to forget to kiss
iiis wlfo if thero werg any monoy in
moreover, rod llaquokbeajts Itngerjo,
for keeping a wo
THE NEW PHILIPPINES
sentiment grew that America nnd
Americans were unfair to the Filipino
Tills nttitude grow until almost any
thing Amorican was heartily disliked.
This oxperienco of Dr. Carter and
myself in n mountain vlllago perhaps
reveals the tfiought I would liko to ex
ptess. Tho chairman of the meeting
arose and introduced us in a verv
patriotic speech, saying in substance
thnt hero were two Americans, at
least, who had not come for their own
good, but for the benefit of the Filipino,
and then he closed by saying: "At
though they are Americans, they are
Christians." So stiong grew the sen
tlnient against any tiling foreign thnt
one pastor and another leader felt it
necessary to separate from our church,
as they were open to the charge, thev
felt, of being connected with and domi
nated by foreigners.
Tokyo Convention Plans.
From both sides of the Atlantic have
come inquiries as to whether or not
great war had interfered with plans
for the holding of tho next world's
Sunday School Convention iu Tokyo,
Japan, October 18-20, 1010.
The World's Sunday 'School Assocla
tiou aiiuouncos that so far there has
been no hitch, and that plans for a
gieat Sunday School gathering are
being pushed both iu America and iu
Japan. Should tho European nation?
continue iu the present unhappy con
diet until 1010 (which may God forbid),
of course the convention cannot be
truly representative of all Christendom,
but the Orient can still be readied, anil
there are strong reasons for pushing
with ever increased energy tlie claims
of Christ and religious education upon
the Par East.
Campaign for South America.
Many American do not think ot
South America as a mission field. De
ceived by the splendor of n few gieat
'ities and by the number of great
i tthcdrals, many of them very benuti
till, they do not consider that North
America has any responsibility toi
mural and leligious conditions iu tlie
southern republics. Now that tlie at
tentiou of American business men i
being drawn to South jtiiicrica ns never
before, iu view of possible closer re
latious on the opening of tho Panama
canal, it is right that Christians iu
Amciica should bo brought to realise
how shockingly low moral and religiou
conditions are iu Latin America.
Episcopal Missions and tho War.
"Tho war has had very little elTect
on our foreign work so far," says a
member of tho board of missions of the
Episcopal church in West Africa, wliicl
lias been almost cut oil' from connection
with tho rest of tho world.
"Our missions in China, Japan and
Brazil have not been interfered with
as yet; that in Mexico, of course, is
affected by the unsettled stato of that
country, but tho European war has
had no effect on it."
Tho Foreign Mission's Library.
When you visit Now York do not
fail to go to tho Presbyterian build
ing. On the eighth floor you will find
an attractive room known ns the
foreign missions library. Hero it is
wlioro tho board of foreign missions
cares for its moro than ten thousand
books on every pliaso of tho foreign
missionary question, besides its large
collection of photogtaphs, curios and
Even if j ou cannot read tho volumes
printed in tlie languages of India yu
will bo interested to look at the trans
lations of tho Bible mado by those
noble bcrampore missionaries iu the
beginning of tho modern missionary en
terprise and to see tlie Biblo of which
our own first missionary to Japan trans
lated so large a part. Only tho other
day there was received an album giving
iu fine pictures the contrast between
tho past nnd present in Japan, a won
derful revelation of tho strides which
Japan lias made lu material things
since the days when sho shut horsolf
away from tho rest of tho world. And
if you would like to tako a rccont mis
sionary book nway witli you and mail
it back to tho library you may do so.
Anothor reason why the cost of llv
lug is higher than it used to be Is bo
cause there is ton much going into
tho, rug bag mid too little coming out.
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THE FUTURE OF THE BELGIANS.
(Now York Sun.)
Bow many hundreds of thousands of
Belgians, innocent of any degreo of war
guiltiness, aro now fugitives from their
native laud it is impossible to say.
Yesterday they were reported as still
pouring into Rotterdam and the border
towns of llollitrd. In England it is
becoming a serious question what to do
with them. Meanwhile the Belgian
Government, itself in exile, has called
to the colors every male inhabitant of
tho kingdom between the ages of 18
The futuro of this brave, industrious
and intelligent pcoplo is in the lap of
the gods. Their bearing during the
most terrible trial that a nation can
be made to undorgo has command"d for
them the admiration and sympathy of
almost everybody in tlie world except
their oppressors and the apologists ot
the oppression. If the soil of Belgium
should bo cleared again for them by
the result of tho war nothing is more
certain than that they will fall to am
rebuild their towns and cities and re
store their shattered fortunes with
incomparable energy. If their distinj
is less fortunate, it is equally certain
that a considerable part of the papula
tion will refuse to return to be ub
jects of a process of Gcrmnuizatiou
under a hated rule.
Where would immigrants with the
racial and individual qualities of the
Belgians bo deemed more desirable oi
be surer of a wclcomo than in tin
Smoke La Tosca No. 5, mado by the
Geo. W. Childs Cigar Co., iu Maysville
It's a smoko 29St
Old papers 5 cents a hundred at Tht
IIPHiirr of OlnlmenU for Cnlarrb TIiki
mercury wlllun!lydetroy the nie of smell
mid completely derange the whole tyiteui vshen
mteriDK It through the muooui turfacet. Sucb
urtlclei should never be uied except on prescrip
tions from reputable physicians, as the dnniHK
hey will do Is tenfold to the good you cau poasl
My derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, man
iifactured by V. J. Cheney A Co., Toledo, 0.,cnn
lalni. no mercury, and is taken tntornallv, acting
lirectlyupon the blood and mucous su'ceot
he system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure tie
sureyou get the genuine. Ills talren lulenmllj
nd made In Toledo, O., by K. J. Cheney A 1
Sold by Druggists. Price 75f perbottle.
Take Hall's Pnml(v Plllsforoonstlpatlon
PRICES 25c, 50c, 75c, $1 and $1.50
SALE OPENS FRIDAY MORNING
AT CRANE'S PAINT STORE
Guess How Many
See Our West
ONE ON THE DOCTORS.
In n recent case tho jury was being
oxnmincd ou their competency to sit
us jurors in tho cause.
Ono member of tho panel was a well
known nnd popular undertaker. The
attorney asked him: "What business or
profession do you follow?" Tho answer
ciuio promptly and iu tho most innocent
tono of voice: "Oi follow the niidical
profession, sor. "
TRULY, "THE KIND THAT
MOTHER USED TO MAKE."
THEY DELIGHT THE PAL
ATE AND MAKE YOU WISH
FOR MORE. THEY ARE
BAKED FRESH DAILY AND
THEY ARE WAITING FOR
YOU HERE AND AT THE
AND YOU KNOW THEY'RE
GOOD IF MADE AT
Look and See Why You
Should Buy Oysters
Hecnuso they aro cheap, healthy and
They havo no bones to throw away.
They havo no fat or waste.
They are all meat.
They are good.
Theso aro only .a few of tho facts
about oysters, and tho prico is not high
and wo havo arranged with tho best
shippers in Ualtimoro for fresh shuckct.
ousters to arrive hero daily.
(iive us your order and see what a
delicious flavor there is in fresh oysters.
J. C. CABLISH
When You Need Anything in the Line of!
JEWELRY, WATCHES, CUT GLASS,
Get the best. We will furcish you with any of the goods niel
above for a mice that will be satisfactory to ou. In Clrt
handle the Seth Tliomos and the
the world. In Cut Glass we handle
Sterling Silver we handle Gorbntii Manufacturing Company,
MatiufuctitriiiL' Coimnuiv and Toule's line. In Watches. Ill
Klgin, Waltbain, Hamilton, Illinois
any better. Jewelry ot the leading euil best makes.
D T TVTTT-DTD-ETV THE JEWEL!
JT . O . JLYJ. KJ JAtA. J.J.
Northern Seed Rye
J. C. EVERETT 4 0
A. G.SULSER CLARENCE MATHEWS J.C.EVERETT S. P. BR0WN1WG
Mr. Tobacco Grower
Everybody says that thli prosent crop of tobacco is the largest
and best one over grown In Mason Couuty.
Now that you have your part of this great crop In tho barn,
don't tako tho chance of losing It by flro
LET US INSURE IT FOR YOU.
Wo roprcsont tho largest and strongest group of Flro Insur
anco Companies doing business In Kentucky,
cilJCCn UITHFW ft M EVERY FORM OF INSURANCE
oULOLn, rnftinL.no x u Ko. bocoukt tkkmt
Smte National Ilnuk llulldltiir. Ttilephona No. 1.
Fancy New Orleans Molasses
QUALITY FINE THIS YEAR.
t nm ro,.lvlni Dailv Seal Shipped Baltlmoro Oystora of tho Finest Qual-
itw .in.l niw-iv handled In tho most Sanitary -Manner. Thoy aro flue this year
and prices reasonable. Iu a few days I
tatoog the vory best that comes to this
if .nm imv vnur Potatoes of mo. Alv purchases of fall and winter goods are
coming every day and in a vory short
ii nto. xniiH st hi? of evorv articlo in my
Fruits ofi nil kinds, and of tho vory host always In stock. Prunes, Evaporated
Poaches, Raisins, Currants, Citron, Datos, Figs, and every articlo ln.tbat llniS
In fact, every articlo and of tho very host, usually found In a store of tkq,
Mn.i t nm A Mir aunnlv of Annies. Oranges and Lemons always In stock, and
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uuu t iur(jui4 mm. ou. .. .,.-.
Wo wonder just what sort of
nlty can ever repay Belgium forj
losses in tho wnrf And in tho'flra
placo sho was merely an innocent
A sulVragist says lhat somo'
woman will fill men's shhes. A lotfioH
them seem to be wearing No. o'b righ
now, mv duar.
DR. E. Y. HICKS 'rt
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