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C OMY IS ACID'TEST
IN JUDGING GOOD COOKS i
The real superiority of a good cook I
lies not so much in making fancy or 4
e, pensive dishes as in the attractive
preparation of inexpensive, every-day
dishes, and in the sk illful combination <
of flavors. The appetizing dishes a I
good cook can make out of the cheaper j
.uts of meat or of meat "left-overs". 11
getting it b3
plies of fish
the trade fo
old sta. dar
Not the lowec
the end the c
re ?most endless. Moro skill and
ime are required in their preparation v
han in the sirpple cooking of the mo-e a
xpensive cuts just as more time and p
kill are required for careful intelli- p
rent marketing than for haphazard I
irdering.. Once upon a time some a
ouse-keepers seemed to have a pre
udice against economizing. Today
nest of them are glad to have sugges
to the h
NTO THE NAME,
1o want fish in, their fertilizer
insisting on Royster's, the orig
have been successful in securi
and will be able to fully meet tl
c this popular ammoniate. Ask
te Fertilizer tha
Fish Scrap Far
F. S. ROYSTER GUAlM
Ik, Va,- Richmond, Va. Lynchburg,\
irlotte, N. C. Washington, N. C. C
inburg, S. C Atlanta, Ga. Macon, Ga
Tontgomery, Ala. Baltimore. Md.
WVE ju;r rceived a
ir load of Thornhill
>n raade~ in the hee
regjionl of toug~h Lhig]
the long~ wcar wat
ated features. Mad!
~st pricedl wap~ons but the
NI LIVE STOCK
ummerton, S. C
ions for economical methods which RI
vill insure the comfort of the family
nd keep the meals as varied and ap
etizing as when they cost more. A
ood housekeeper, the United States
)epartment of Agriculture suggests,
hould take as much pride in setting M
good table at a low price as a manu
acturer does in lessening the cost of
)roduction in his factory.
1 I t
can be sure of :
inal Fish Fer
ng ample sup- c
-e demands of m
for Royster's rh
'a. Tarboro, N. C.
olumbia, S. C.
. Columbus, Ga. ?
rt of thceL
a with the"
beCst and in I
IN DEATH Of FlYE
artial Law Declared in Lexington,
TROOPS REACH SCENE
ob Bent on Lynching William Lock
ett Fired Upon By State
Lexington, Ky., Feb. 9.-Martial
w prevails here tonight. Six hundred
decal and State troops are patrol
lg the streets to prevent further riot
g which (luring the day exacted a
11 of five dead and 15 wounded. ;
J. M. Rogers, 61, a farmer of near
2rsailles, Woodford county shot by
e guardsmen (luring the fighting this
orning died tonight from his in
ries, bringing the detth list to live.
The city was quiet early tonight.
it authorities fear a recurrence or
olence. Five hundred additional
nited States troops are en route
oi Camp Taylor, Ky.
Lexington and all of Fayette county
as placed under martial law at 3
clock by Brig. Ceni. F. C. Marshall
,on his arrival from Camp Taylor
ith 300 troops of the famous First
vision which helped re'pulse the Ger
ans at Chateau 'Thie-ry.
RIiotin g began this morning ia when a
oh bent upon lynching William
:ckett, a negro who confessed to ti:
urder last week of ten year obl
eneva lardman. was fireal upon with
fles and machine guns by state mili
limlen as the mob was storming the
ayette county court house to get, the
gro during his trial.
Jnst Before Confession.
'Th1e attempt to ly neh Lockett was
ade just after h had confessed to
le mu1rder and as the jury tound him
iilty of mu rder in the first degree.
V w as sentenced to die in the electric
ciir Maircl 11.
The shooting tenporarily dispersed
ie 1)101) and gave the authorities time
I which t) rush Lockett to a Secret
ace of safety. The mob rc-formed,
IvevCr, and01 looted pawnshops and
.1ardware stores to .,(t fi rearm(01s.
Faring l an attack upon the hand
d of National (Guardsmen on duty the
itholrities appealed to Governor Mor
>w for assistance. As a result 500
'pops, members of the Twenty-sixth
nd Twenty-eighlth in an try, arrived
1. '1 o'clock oil a special train from
The federal troops immediately be
an the work of patrolling the streets
> keep crowds from COngregat int.
Lockett, arrested last. Tuesday night
1d held in the state penitentiary at
raikfort for safe keeping, was in.
icted late last week and was brought
lre on .w special trail) this mo rnilig
)1" trial. lie was heavily guarded.
hundreds of farmers from the sur
munding country arrived early to at
nd the trial and sullenly watched the
'isoileri as le was marched from the
ain to the court house betwe(n lines
state troopers. When the trial
)ened the court room was crowded to
tralcity'. Every oneC was searched for
rear'ms be fore being admnIit ted to the
murt house. 1IIuindreds weie uinab!e to
in ad iittaince to the court room and
mngregatedl in the street inl front (of
Ce court. house.
Fairmler Starts 11ob.
'The cry, "L1 et's get. hoim,"' from a
-awiny farmer on~ the outskirts (of thle
-owid turniedl the crowd into a imob
Iieb began surging towards the en
aince LI) thle build inig. Soldiers iand(
dice d roppledl back inito close forma
iand tra inedl the ir guns on the
oh which nievei heositated.
Adiutanit General Dleweese, inl coim
and oif tihe m)1ilitiamilen, shouted a
mil warning to the crowdl andI thlen
edi aI revolver into tile air. It was
le signal for tile trloops to( fire.
Sohlieris and police fired point blank
to the c!rowd ani a niearby imachine
in rattleid. From the w'indlows (of
ce court roomi1 abiove another hail of
ilets spatteriedl downl on the asphalt
Four me)n fell at the lirst volley.
The mob wvhich had surgedl hal f wvay
I the steps pressed back andl broke.
nick action on tihe part oIf the au
orities golt tihe negro out of the
Those killed in tihe clash wvere: B. F.
l1rrier' and1 L. M. King, both of Lex
gtonl iand JTohn Thomalrs and WiI
mil Eflinigton, both) of Versailles.
Among thlose wounded~l were: J. WV.
ansell, W. .J. Reese, Otis Sharp, Em
ett D~ozicern, Irwin Gwynn, Emmlet
alnz/iger, Fred Sowders, II. C. Weath
's, Mr's.. E. TI. Cross, Jamles Malssevg
I an'l J1. M. Rogers.
Search for Firealrms.
IFoiled in its first attemplt to) get thle
'isoner, thle mlob brioke inlto small
owdls which paid hurriedl visits to all
L di-a Ask your 11r' rst fo
Isn'it'ts'ia".'snn, -rnds ,
b oxes, seate<1 willh Blue ibbon.
- nko T o oe.* iu'isi idatnd od~tairria
DIA& ?0ND iLnA N19l 1114, for 25
%* years known nliles, safest, AiwaysiRelable
SOLD BY DRUGG6ISTS EVERYWHERE
>f the pawn shops and harware stores :
in the city in a quest for firearms. I
rhere were ominous mutterings on all
aides. In some stores as many as 50 -
or 60 revolvers and guns were seized.
Groups of men congregated on the
.treets. and sought to leai the where
.'bouts of Lockett. The w.rd that
regular army troops were coming I
.spread and no further violence was at
Lockett's arrest indictment trial and
sentence sets a new record for, rapid
ity in Kentucky. lie was arrested last
l'uLsday night, indicted Friday and
was tried, found guilty and senten'e-l
in a few minute ; today. Under his
eantence he will die in the elect rie
chair March 11.
-'he little Hardman girl's holy was
found mutilated in a corn field last;
Tuost'ay morning soon after she hal
eMft her horme for school. Her head
hal been crushed in with a stone and
1.er hody partially covered . ith corn
Lockett, recently discharged from
the army, Was suspectedI an' p oPse.s
were formed immediately to loink fcr
him. IHe was found at the home of a
fric l six niles from the scene of the
ttmrer late that night. Police kn
nounced that the negro had con fes;e'
to the mtuider, adding that he "didn't
know" .v he had killed the girl.
It he-one known tonight that ILoc
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Tble registered trade.mark I. Indelibiy stamped In h. end o
is undoubtedly t
from which to m
age floors, or for
cellar, or sills for
is so because no
cally no effect on
is almost "ROT
('comes and go
any wood that ce
it or not-as yo
and lasts and lasts
Let our" AiJ.-IUINI) H El.i' lEi IA
sour1ces nlr. at your11 4 rvi.'- wil
correspoieince with n
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WeC hanle the accou
Molony & Carter C'o
Armour FertilizeRi M
U- nion Fertilizer Co.
See us before pl1acing
co. was never tatken out of the court
louse and that he still is confined
here under a heavy guard. During
he excitement the impression prevail
xd that he had been taken out of the
Groups of men gathered on the
stre'ets tonight and discussed the day's
event. The temper apparently had
iooled and there was no inlication
lit they would resort again to law
Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 9.----Governor
Morrow late this afternoon signed
Lockett.'s death warrant. The negro
.Fill die in the electric chair at the
antite pctitentiary here, March I.
C('lING ONIONS IN ''lll FIEL)
Ottians are sontet ines allowed to
tire i r windrows in the tield .and if
h" weather is clear, yellow and red
vaniet ils ctn he htatdhl stcessfully
n thi manner. It is prieerahle, how
" , to place t.htt in stattei crates
'n 1' topping an I pile int Open
i stacks in the field. In the
:1 t a: the pile. shorIl he cover
-1 .fh ! t1mn""t:.ry roo,!fs for prtote~tction
. osurt I', of white vatrie
i \ eitte jn the field ill
h .inogv prove fatal, and
b.1 h t ;!e th( .; it a curing
h h :.-an~ nn(.,It he taken
!). 1'I, o l 1 ''' i l'; vi n' erol lto io.~ t
f every boar.tof truei "Te.ter"Cyiress. took for it.
he best: material
ike stable or gar
planking in the
the barn. This
sture has practi
PROOF" and it
riks and swells
es") as little as
icr grew. Paint
u wish. It lasts
OTJMIN " help YOT'. Ou utiro re
I~elm~le (ww I.We i vtoo
uerious purpose in it.
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