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Juit th- k of it-jnly 28 more
-duysunt' ' lS!"-ti9Vtg'
It in x tatlp' Straus will
-ahow v.-1 ,kt "vyv ui progressive
wind ' k in n. w Y.rk.
Attorney General Garnetthas da
cidtsd that, iho Oh oMar la nil ift
KetittfcK.v und hu-iiHta "wh'd shonl
dticka o?i it will have to pW
Eleven thousand women registered
in Loui i le at d e rea tj to leaven
ithe whole '"nr.
Vice President Sherman is believed 'reIeased.i
ti be critically ill. He is kept in
seclusion at his home in Utica, N. Y.
Mrs H len Land us fined $800 al;
Darvi le Siturday for killing hei
hU'linnrt She thought the price
wa hiRh, but agreed to pay and was
A Kentuckian. twice divorced has
just married the same wife for the
third time and thinks he's found the
Only 4000 straight Republicans
.-registered in Louisville, but it is
fair to our friend Billy Bradley to
aay that be is one of them.
Dr. S L. Stellard of Clintwood,
Va., in a fit of insanity, fired into
lot of boys he met on the road, kill
ang one and wounding another.
A negro named Yarbrough died
very su Idecly at Americus, Ga., Sat
urday,. shortly after he. had. made a
fiendish attacfc on a 12 yeafld girl.
$100 Reward, $100
The readers of this, paper will be
pleased to learn that there Is at least ono
dreaded disease that science has been
able to cure In all Its stages, and that 13
Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only
posltlvo euro now known to the medical
iratornlty. Catarrh being a constitutional
dJsea3c, requlrea a constitutional treat
pent. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken lh
ternany, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system, there
by destroying the foundation of the dls
ase. and giving the patient strength by
building up the constitution and assisting
aturo in doing Its work. The proprietors
bave so much faith In its curative pow
ers that they offer Ono Hundred Dollars
for any caso that it fails to cure. Send
for list of testimonials.
'Address F. J. CHENEY CO., Toledo, Ohio,
Sold by oil Druggists, 75c.
Take UaU'aPacUyPllla for constlpitlon. :j
Bull Moose Teddy will start; out
in a few days on a tour covering
eight States, in which he will touch
only in high places. He will play
Louisville Oct. 16.
Colonel Roosevelt crammed a S10
bill into the chubby fist of a baby at
the New York, held in its mother's
arms, saying it was "very cute."
The woman was Mrs. Ellen Hunter,
of Webster, Pa.
SEEMS A GO.
Outlook b Very 4 Promising
For a Fair Next
Year. , ;
FINDS PLEASURE IN WTi
Mm. J. torrftft Harriman, Society
LtMkr, Practices Somewhat
!o Form New
BALL STARTED TO ROLLING.
Business Men's Association Is
Ready To Got Behind the
Under the new law every medicine
reader, complimentary puff, political
boost, sale notice or other reading
advertisement is required to be
marked "advertisement" in the pa-
per. This is another of the laws by
whichlhe crovernment ia Gradually
taking charge of the newspaper bus
iness in all its details from the col-
Section of Htlhsrrintinna fn tho Inhol.
ing of advertisements. It is all a
newspaper man can do nowadays to
keep himself out of a federal prison
in attending to his own business.
Reformatory Not Pen.
The Frankfort State prison has
been designated a Reformatory and
the prison at Eddyville named Penitentiary.
Smithson & Everitt,
FREE PREMIUMS . .. .
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Nothing, Here's Your
In these days of High Living, it behooves us all to be
on the lookout for money-saving propositions. The Ken
tuckian has arranged with a celebrated premium house,
-for a line of high class subscription-premiums and for a
tshort time only is prepared io ;open a BARGAIN COUNT
ER that will make every housekeeper sit up and take no
tice. Here are the articles that you can get absolutely
FREE by paying your subscription a year ahead, or by
taking the paper if you are not alrpady a subscriber.
IM . .
xne city court room held an en
thusiastic crowd yesterday morning
at 11 o'clock when men from all
parts of the county gathered to con
sider the question ai to the best plan
of organizing a county fair.
The meeting was called to order
by S. L. Cowherd, who stated the ob
ject of the meeting. The matter
was discussed by M. C. Forbes. R
H. McGaughey, T.J. McReynolds.
John Kelly, Capt J. W. Riley. L. H
Davis and others. It was demon
strated that the fair is a sure thine
for 1913 by subscriptions being made
In' a few minutes for $3,000 stock in
stated amounts. There were a doz
en others who promised to take
stock when the subscription papers
are started. The demand was for
an old-time agricultural fair a
place where every man could take
his wife and children. A dozen or
more men, representing every mag
isterial district in the county, were
named to. canvass their district for
subscriptions R. E. Cooper, Fresi
dent of the B. M. A., was present
and addressed the meeting, pledging
the co operation of the association in
every way to make the movement a
succes?. It looks very much ad if
only a little work in different locali
ties in the county will assure the fair
at i s meeting next week.
m teUMFIELD CHAIRMAN.
That Mrs. J. Borden Unrrinwjn,
who is onebf. tho-moit nc'W mm-
find time for the 6ldcf5!riior;'d ocfchkl
pation of knitting,;
many of her friodw 'But 'hen
is not attending a mooting at iho
Colony club, of which bIk- is prom--
lent; equipping milk stctioiis for
poor babies, making speeches nt club
mcetincr8. lookine after the wolfaro
of children in general, or devoting
time to the management of her coun
try home in Westchester, she ia likclv
-- - v
to bo found with a pair of knitting
needles in her hands and a. ball of
worsted tucked in a knitting bag on
her lap. Her especial fancy in this
line of feminine work runs to knit
ting waistcoats for Mr, Harriman,
and she does them so quickly that be
fore hf hns hun" a chariot An wnnr atio
out another, differerft in coloring and
design, is ready" lor the tnilor to
make up. Mrs. Harriman knits the
most intricate patterns with ease
and speed, and when she finds a
friend who is equally fond of tlu
quaint old time fancy work she is de
lighted to sit down and spend
pleasant hour or two with her.
Committee, of Five 'Will Report
County Committed Next
HJ?D ANJIirrtL -ftINC? -DQ'
Pursuant to' a call issued through
District Chairman W. G. Barret, of
Henderson, the Bull Moosers held a
couvention Saturday afternoon and
formed a County organization. There
was a small attendance, but much
J. J. Barnes, ex-sheriff, was
namft temporary chairman, L. O.
Brumfidid was then elected chair
man i.f the County committee, and
E. Foreman, colored, was selected
A :Wimittee of five was appointed
8 ''M'?-e County commUtee pne
from jgjich' voting "pceciVct.anUf. tn
repurWt another tne&ting tpjbhjejd
mxt Saturday afteriioon. aft .wHfch
she organization will be completed
ami d p'an of campaign mapped oilt.
Chairman Brumfield read a "mod
ern declaration of independence,"
which was greeted with much ap
About 30 took-part in the meetintr
which was held in the city court
(Eye, Eir, Nose and Throat)
1. Half Dozen Tea Spoons.
"2. Carving Knife and Fork.
3. Midget Kitchen Set. 3 piece?.
4. Patent Tension Spring Scitsors.
5. Sanitary Paring Knife
6. One Hand Egg Beater and'
Samples of these goods can be
seen at the Kentuckian office and to
s'e them is to want them. For 30 1
days every cash subscriber for me
ear will be given cither one of the
premiums numbered 1 and 2 or any
two of those numbered 3. 4, 5 and 6,
upon payment of $2. Subscribers
whose times are not yet out, may
take advantage of this proposition
by paying a year from date of ex
piration of their subscriptions.
Premium No. 1-One Set of 6 Tea
Sjoona. i'hu ut&igu is a brand new
pattern, of fine stjle and good grade,
cirr a heavy plate of pure oil
ver on a NickHl bse, French Grey
fini-l 7reo with one year's sub
scription at $2.
Premium No. 2 Cocobolo Carving
se r-n-isting of a carver 13 inches
long, 9 inch biude, and pot iork 12
iuchtB long. These are something
worth while, blades of crucible steel,
hand ground under water, and oil
tempered, thus securing a flexible
blade that will hold its edge; handles
firet quality cocobolo securely rivet
ed with brass rivets. These goods
sell at hjgh prices and are good
enough to use in anybody's home.
Free with one year's subscription at
Premium No. 3. Midget Kitchen
bet, packed in bx 2 Paring Knive
, . . ... . .
wiui -icujper -n srwi bihdH! Hnd rie
high gad Cat. Onei.er with tem
pered cuttp-, waterproof handles on
all. A dandv hich OTA flp nrcminm
- " Kt WI1I1UI1I.
Premium No. 4 Patent Tension
bpnng Scissors 8 inch size, guaran
teed for two years, the best prem
ium shear on the market Its sale
has been enormous and every lady
should have a pair.
Premium No. 5. Sanitary Paring
Knife, solid aluminum handles. This
knife is GJ inches long, blade of ex
itra quality crucible steel, ground by
jhand on grindstones under water
. and oil tempered, insuring a flexible
blade that will hold its edee itulpfin.
itely. The aluminum handle is cast
solidly and securely to the blade,
leaving no crevics to hold dirt!
making blade and handle practically
Premium No, G.The One Hand
Egg Beater, a perfect E?g Beater,
Cream Whip and Mayonnaise Mixer.
This is a desirable premium in every
way, just what every housekeeper
needs. It is Simple, Sanitary, Dur
able, Quick and Effective. Hard
wood handle, fiber finish, Oil tem
pered Steel SDrincr. cuarnntd
Great beating capacity, Bix heavy
wires. Ball bearing foot or rest
prevents slipping. This is sure to
be a popular one with the Jadies.
Any two of the 4 last named Drem
iums given free with a year's suh.
scription at $2.
"MUTT & JEFF.",
"Mutt and Jeff" is a cure for all
ills, even family troubles. Thej
grouch disappears like mist in the
sunshine. It s an aid to digestion
and a sure remedy for the "Pip,"
whatever that is "Mutt and Jeff"
has made a dent in the theatrical
record that it will take years to
wipe out. It's the biggest sensa
tional musical comedy hit of a quart
er century. That's why you'll Tyant
to see i. At Holland's Opera House
STATEN ISLAND FACE SCREEN S.
Staten island sets its own fashions
in taking care of babies. A summer
sojourner in that borough saw a
bunch of small wire screens reset:: ti
ling baseball masks dangling in a
Tompkinsville store window.
"'What are those tlnhcs. for?" 7,-as
"Screens to protect the babies
faces at the Italians' Sunday ouf
mgs," said the shopkeeper, "On their
gala occasions every carriage load of
celebrants pelts every other carriage
load with candy pellets as big as a
pigeon egg- and hard as a rock. If
they hit the babic3 m the face thev
are likely to put an eye but. Such
, foHiatb Sauce.
One cud strained tomatoes, two ta.
blespoonfuls butter, two tablespoonfuls
Hour, quarter teaspoonful salt, sprinkle
with pepper. Melt the butter, add
flour, blond thoroughly; add gradually
strained tomato, stirring constantly.
Boll three minutes or more. Season
with salt and pepper. If desired, a
little chopped onion may bo fried with
the. butter and removed before adding
flour, and have baked crackers with
it. Split round crackers In. halves,
spread a thin layer of butter on the
inside. Place them the buttered side
np in a pan and brown In a hot oven.
Serve plain or with tomato'sailce o;
any kind of soups or oyster sfew.
One pint dried bread-crumbs: roll
fine; put tablespoon butter into fry
nasin, mix cruraos with half cup sugar
and brown In fry basin. Make a nlnt
or more of apple sauce, Bweeten. fla-
vor witn iresn lemon, put layer of
sauce and layer of bread crumbs into
pudding dish; whon the dish is full
put melted butter on the top; bake-
GO TO THE OLD RELIABLE
M. D. KELLY
to have y Mir eyes examined and
nuea witn correct glasses; also
your fine watch honestlv and
lotellljMmtly reoaired. Is al-
wnys up ft) dale wi'h the bt
i "u raiments "tul methods fW .r
30 'nrsan nirtlH m nnd uw . ,
or vi!n. i. . . .
No. O NorH WJaln S net,
() ! I'urr HoUPf
iiirift mi ' f i hiii r i mi m
A. BURNING SUBJECT
If Dollars Grew on Bushes
Would You Pluck Them?
Then Why Not Gather In the
Dollars Which M
' ;lBy Buying Your Winter's Sup
piy oi uoai at Present fricesv
. FOR THE MERCHANT
It's Better than Discounting
FOR THE HOUSEHOLDER
It Means MORE COAL
iFor the SAME MONEY!
Office and Yards 7th & Railroad Sts.
Homo Phone 1341. Cumb Phone 158.
COOK'S DRUG ST0!
THE COLDEST SOnfl
' " W 1
fHE PUREST DRUGS
frfE SWEETEST CANDY$)
Come to See Us We
Want Your Business.
ucviut'iiia iiavu naDncnea. mis sum- ha f hnur yor. tfc ...jji .
uiL-i iiiuuicrs nave oecome more care- I coia ana cover with whipped cream
f ul and they tie a screen over the
oaby's lace until the candy has all
been thrown away
These Offers Good Till November 5.
STRIKE WHILE THE IRON IS HOT.
Mis Harry Harton and Mrs. T. A,
King spent last week in Elkton.
Mrs. Frank Byers, of Chicago, is
visiting r.Luves here.
Mrs. W. T. Williamson, who visit
ed friends in Henderson last week,
has returned home.
Miss Mary Jones has returned
from a visit to Vicksburg, Miss.
Miss Louise Ad well is visiting in
Mrs. S. A, Edmund9, of Nashville.
come over last week to visit Mrs;
T. R. Troendle.
Mrs E. J. Weller and Mrs. ILB.
Welch, formerly of th s city, after
spending the summer in Kansas City,
Mo., have gone to San Antonio, Tex
as, for an indefinite period.
Mrs Frank Hamlett. of Eastland.
Texas, came over from Clarkaville
Friday for n faw days' visit to Mr.
and Mrs. F. J, Davis and other
Mrs. Shepard sat on her niaaza.
entertaininfr little "FTnlnnn frntri
door. After a prolonged pause in the
conversation, during which the
child's eyes had fixed themselves ner-
sistently upon Mrs. Shepard's can-
vas-snoa zeet, sue inquired tenta
tively : ,
"Do you like vhite stockinsrs. Mrs.
"Why, yes. I like them with whita
"That's very funny" observed
Helena reflectively, her eyes still
lixed on Mrs. Shepard's feet. "I
didn't know crown un ladies ever
wore white stockings: I thought it
was only suffragettes."
NEWER 'EDUCATION OF GIRLS.
The board of education in Denver.
Colo., has established a course to fit
girls above the age of twelve for
motherhood and the duties of ihn
housewife. The course includes cook
ing, sewing, laundry work.
house management and tho care of
It is better to make the dav befom it
lb to be served. It ia improved by put- W;iL u n,
ting a little trult spice into the pud i,0nl ftMtll aHfl Wain StS
.tint V V-l.I I '
Low Rate of Interest
rUI FLETCHER S
O ASTO R I A
Annanrf' a Wastn RaakaL
On of New York's blccrnsfc sclentl.
flo surgical choppers haa often found
tootbbruah bristles in a patient's ap
pendix Two hours after midnight
yesterday ha onernted on a man al-
most at the point of death, taking out
tne appendix, which was as big as a
deerfoot sausatre. In It was a cln all
crusted over. For somo people tho
appendix seems to be n waste basket
NEW GCHOOL FOR WOMEN.
At TVinficld, L. I.. Ground 1ms
been broken for a school for women,
in which plumbing, building, masnn.
ry and other similar trades will l
Umght. Thero will bo room for 13
students and more than half thtr
number have already been enrolled
IN THE KITCHEN.
rDo you want mo to fix this n
aaeg flavoring for you ?"
"Xwuld take is aa a grate favoi
Drain tho Juice from a can of pine
apple (grated). To the fruit add one-
nan pouna marsnmallows broken In
small pieces, one-half cunful
ono-ialf cupful chopped English wal
nuts. Let stand a while, then over
It turn one Tlint henvr Uvea
m " v w w cam I , v , -
and whip all together until It be- We are in DO?itinn fn tyiqIto
comes a stiff froth or when dron . aiti 111 PoslclO" tO HiaKe
fr thiitapcfen it win stand aione loans on improved farm lands
atfrd onficehinui ready to serve, in Christian county, in any
.pium pudding. sum, d,U00 or overy on short
uu yuunu curranis, one pound notice. Your noto mill rrl
eeeaieso raisins, one pound suet, one . u . ,
quarter pound candled -lemon peel cut t0 De repaid at the end of
ssrjsjsz ?eP-with the privileee
namon, ono teaspoonful nutmee nno 01 Davme SSI Of) nv mnro oh
Qmnll ttirnln Ann mnll a. I
Si apple: "one small" potato? this the end f and
must he grated; mix with thro e-quar- on any interest period there-
Tuttl-Fruttl lea Cream.
Take a tablospoonfiil each of the fol
lowing preserved fruits: Raspberries.
Birawoernos. currants, apricots, green
gages, gooBooerries, piums and gin
ger. Add to these a little candied or
ange peoi, cut into tiny, thin ninpn.
Sweeten a quart of cream with i.n.
half pound of sugar, and add tn if .
- V U
cordial glass, or noyau; then thor-
ougmy stir in tno rruit and freeze.
Cream two tablesnoonfuln nt l,,,..
ana rour taDiospoonruis of flour to-
Keuier. uuu yoiks or tnrnn
two cups of milk and cook until thick,
oned. Add salt, pepper and a pinch
of cayenne popper, one-half f'npn
ful of mustard and one can of shrimoa
u.uutu iu bluiwi pieces.
IB. M. GRAVES & SOW,
Market for Rhodesia
Tho oranges of Rhodesia, in R.mth
Ainca, win nave their market in En
land, accordlns to tho Lomi on Tlina.
durlng tho summer months, "when this
cmss oi rruit does not come from oth
er parts or tho world."
A Word to the
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rower of this
paper, don't you
think It la an In.
justice to the man who i
paying for It? He may be
looklngforltat this very
ular visitor to your home.
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an Investment that will
repay you well.