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What is CASTORIA
Castorla is R harmless gchstltmt for Castor Oil, Pare
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contains neither Opium, Morphlpo nor other Narcotic
substance. Its ago Is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverlslmess. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relftvca Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years
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an era of Prosperity
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IN THE SEWING ROOM
SHORT BITS OF WISDOM
ARE OP VALUE.
Will De Fotfrid to De Labor 8avcrVaa
Well aj economical (r4ovv,Rusty!'i
Ncc'lff.May'Be Effective- '
When darftftiK rent In woolen
j?ords. and )t Its fmpoaslfole to raitol
out the poodi Itiiolf for thrond to darn
with, u?c lfiiig Iiri1r3 rrom your4 own
hoad Tho. iooso&voavo of the woo
loeoa tho litflr InTlfs moahes. and bo
the dnrn becomoo Invisible.
The host way td'clean rusty needles
Is to run them up and down In tho
earth. Just go oiit. In tho garden nnd
stick tho ncedlos In tho ground! thon
pull them out Have tho noodles
threaded, with tho thread tied double,
bo there will be somothlng to catch
hold of to extract tho nccdlo from tho
earth. . This method Is even better
than using an emery bag.
When buttons como off shoes and
you bow them on again, run through
all tho other buttons with the same
throad with which you replace the
missing ones. It will strengthen them
all and mako the next buttoa sewtag
a task far in the future.
Small holes In black or wfctta ktt
gloves can easily be meade4 witk
court-plaster. Cut tho platter a, little
larger than tho holo Itself, ad stick
It to the under part of the gtevt) di
rectly over the holo, presatag the kid
down smooth on the stloky surface of
the plaster. This will last' as long as
tho gloves themselves do.
If the tip breaks oft the end of your
scissors, the Jagged point may be
smoothed off by rubbing It on a whet
stone. Tho point will bo uneven, but
It will cut all right Tho same treat
ment may bo used for blunted needles.
Qlova clasps, or snap fasteners are
better to uso as a fastening, for plack
ets on cloth dresses than are hooKs
and eyes. But when the lattor are
used bo 4suro to buy those having tho
peat eyes' Instead of tae ordinary loop
Silk petticoats always give way flrst
at the seam; therefore, when you buy
a now ono, sow silk seam binding
over each seam on the right side.
This will often serve as a euro for
When doing drawn work or hem
Gtitchlng on linen, soap tho place
where tho threads are to bo
drawn, using a thick soap lather and
a soft brush. After the work Is once
started. It will bo an easy matter to
draw out tho threads, as they Blip very
easily on the soapy surface.
For a family of five buy two pounds
of corn on tho cob, or ono pound all
shelled. After popping pick It over
and remove all hard kernels? For tho
sirup uso two cups of molasses and
one-half cup of whlto sugar and boll
until hard, when a few drops aro put
In cold water, .then add a piece of but
ter size of a walnut and a quarter of a
teaspoonful of soda. Pour over the
corn and stir thoroughly. Butter the
hands and while the corn Is warm
form Into balls. You will have to
work quickly as they cool fast This
makes anywhere from two to three
dozen cornballa, according to the size
you make them.
Heat two cupfuls of granulated
sugar, une cup of rich milk; add two
squares of chocolate and boll until It
hardens in cold water. Just before it
Is done add a small pleco of butter,
and then begin to stir In marshmal
lows, crushing and beating them with
a spoon. Continue to stir in marsh-
mallows after tho fudge has been tak
en from the fire until a pound has been
stirred into the fudge. Cool In sheets
three-fourths of an inch thick and cu'
Peanut Fudge Filling.
Two cupfuls of sugar, ono pint ol
'milk, four -squares of chocolate, four
'tables oonfuls of butter, one teaspoon
ful of vanilla efisonco, ono cupful ol
'chopped peanuts. Put all Ingredient
'into a saucepan and let this stand at
(,the back of the range until tho mix
'turo liquefies. Boll until a soft ball
Is formed; beat until creamy; spread
j$ Aunt Maria's Cake.
VOne-half cup butter, one cup browt
BUgar, one cjfp sour milk, two cupi
flciur, ono teaspoonful soda put In dry
flour, ono teaspoonful cinnamon, one
flair teaspoonful cloves, one egg (beat
whjto separately), ono teaspoonful mo
lasses, one cup chopped raisins. Bak
Shell large chestnuts and blanch
them. Then boll until tender. While
thoy are still hot imuioruo them In
French dressing to which has boen
added a little onion juice. Drain and
chill "thoroughly. Bervo in a bed 0
To pickle trlpo cut Into squares and
lay In an earthen pot, and pour over
bolllngvlnegar enough to ww, 1
which a' blade of mace, a ftaa waota
cloves aad a stick of clauses aave
been boiled. It will be ready for cue
In 12 hour.
To clean .white Iron bedsteads ue
a damn clotk and a UttXa cooking soda.
'.This will leave the bedstead clean
and white. Soda will also remove
newly all atalna from the sink.
fltfkinsville Market l'
Corrected Dec. 28, 1912.
Retail Grocery Prices.
Country lard, good color and clean
17c and 16c per pound.
Country bacon,vl5c per pound.
Black-eyed peas, $3 25 per bushel.
Country shoulders, 12Jc pound.
Country hamsj&c per pound,
Irish potatoesffl.OO per bushel.
Northern eatihtr Rural Dotatoea
$1.00 per bushel
Texas eatingijfonions, $1.30 per
Red eating ontons,$l 30 per bush)
Dried Navy f beans, $3.40 p
Cabbage, l cents a pound.
Dried Lima beans, 10c per pouna.
Country dried' apples, 10c per
Daisy crearnjh cheese, 25c Dei
FuM cream brick cheese, 25c pei
Fu'i cream Eimberger cheese, 25r
Popcorn.dried on ear,2c per pound
Fresh Eggs 30c per doz
Choice lota afresh, well-worked
country butter,in pound prints. 30:
Lemons. 30? per dozen
Navel Oranges, 30c, 40c,per doz
Bananas, 20c and 25c doz
New York State apples $3.00 to
Gash Price Paid For. Produce.
Dressed hens, 12c per pound
Dressed cocks, 7c per pound
live hens, 10c per pound; live cocks
3c pound; live turkeys, 14c pe
Roots, Hides, Wool and Tallow.
Prices paid by wholesale dealers te
butchers and farmers:
Roots Southern ginseng, $5.75 lb
"Golden Seal" yellow root, $1.35 11
Mayapple, 3i; pink root, 12c and 18
Tallow No. I, 4i; No. 2, 4c.
Wool Burry, 10c to I7c; Clear
Grease, 21c. medium, tub washed!1
23c to 30c; coarse, dingy.tubwashed
18c. Feathers Prime white goose, 50c
dark and mixed old goose, I5c to 30c;
gray mixed, I5c to 30c white duck
22c to 35c, new.
Hides and Skins These quotation!
are for Kentucky hides. Southeri
green hides 8c. We quote assorted
lots dry flint, I2c toj I4c. 9-10 bet
Dresspd geese, 11c per pound for
:hoice lots, live 5J
Fresh country eggs, 23 cents per
Fresh country butter 25c lb.
A good demand exists for spring
chickens, and choice lots, of fresh
Hay and Grain.
No. I timothy hay, $24 00
No. I clover hay, $23 00
Clean, bright straw hay, 25c bale
Alfalfa hay, $25 00
White seed oats, 50c
Black seed oats, 50c
Mixed seed oats, 65c
No. 2 white corn, 80c
Winter wheat bran, $28.00
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Heavy Snow Falls.
A heavy snowfa'l in the Cascade
Mountains last night caused the rail
roads again to renew their fight to
keep the tracks open.
To feel strong, have good appetite
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Accentuating Plant act Bra.
It haa beea found that under red
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houbc4 la their chief character the
Uafy plant beeoraea mora laafy, all
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Kwaaad, the ssaaltlve pUnt more
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great annoyance and embarrassment
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Lion and Lamb.
Senator-elect James and Senator
Bradley arrived in Washington Wed
nesday, and it was announced that
they would work in harmony for all
measures not political in their na
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of interest to Kentucky.
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Seven jvere killed and one injured
when a C. & O. freight train crashed
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