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ILLE KENTUCK1AN, JAMlARY 9
VMI-m4 EterrOthw- Dy,
r, Tmursday and Saturday
CHAS. M. MEACHAM.
rtd -tttie OepVlmrttl-VtoBe 3eaa4
UMn Man titiur.
! YEAR ...$00
C MONTHS 1.00
THREE MONTHS. 60
JINGLE COPIES 5c
Sia ftOTTTX MAIN STREET.
James R. Keene, the horseman
rnd noted stock gambler, died in
JNew York last week.
' A member of the Tennessee Leg
IsUture who foreot his biled shirt
.bad it sent by parcels post.
C. R. Hancock, of .the Pembroke
journal, nas lasen cuurge -Guthrie
Journal, and will ran both
i , .1 i r
The Lyon County Herald and
Springfield Herald of January 1912
owns rusuiiiK iuiu mia uinv-w i
week after a year's delay.
Two Caesarian operations were
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inn hn Ahi rifan tiro do uDn r n nil u n
uotri mothers oiea. une oi mem
- . i it
Jived two days.
J. N. Heiskell, editor of the Ar
kansas Gazette, of Little Rock, has
Jbeen appointed oy uovernor uo
naghey, U. S. senator to succeed the
iarn .iprrrevn uavis. tie was uum ut
I iftnavoiri nil I Ann in xi nnn icpni
arum juemuius lu ijillib iwwai
f Gov. Samuel M. Ralston of Indiana
has found too small the chair that has
'aerved the governors of Indiana for
several years, and selected one more
'substantially built to accommodate
his 275 pounds. The chair used by
Governor Marshall, vice-president
elect, may be given him a3 a relic of
bis administration. It is plenty-
large for the next vice-president, as
ta vocnerha nnlw nVirmf 1.10 nnnnrla
i tifli i.arnprs tvi v v.
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This 13 an age of great discoveries.
Progress rides on the air. Soon we
nay see Uncle Sam's mail carriers
lying in all directions, transporting
4. People take a wonderful in-
st in a discovery that benefits
That's why Dr. King's New
jvery tor uouens. uoias ai a
throat and lung diseases is -the
popular medicine in America.
iured me of a dreadful cough."
ies Mrs. J F. Davis, S'.ickrey
nrnnr io arrpr unnrrir a rrPHi.
n r . i . f .1 . 4.
and all other remedies had
ailed." For coughs, colds or any
ronchial affection it's unequaled.
ICC UVl. UUU j)l.Vt A i I'll u lv -
free at All Druggists. i
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Eaten By Cannibals.
Butchered by cannibbls at New
uinea was the fate of two planters
amed James and Herman Weber,
rothers. It is believed that they
ere devoured. A punitive expedi
on has been planned by the gov
What Makes a Woman?
vOne hundred and twenty pounds,
tore or less, of bone and muscle
m't make a woman. Its a good
'undation. Put into it health and
ijrength and she may rule a Uing
m. But that's just what Electric
liters give her. Thousand bless
em for overcoming fainting and
?ay spells and for dispelling weak-
14C4 VUU9IIC93 UBWRHUJC UtJU
d, listless, worn out feeling.
Electric Bitters have done me a
,,irituoi gooa, writes wzi rooi.
tea t ri t . r
Spew, Okln., "and I thank you,
ih a.ll my heart, for making such
;6od medicine." Guaranteed by
9 gaaaral impression that the
tllanmaa'g lite is rather proay ia
port4 by tho atatement of a'Loru
Lr who yiBlted at Clay Center. , Ha
I ha never had tasted fried chick
or atrawberry ahortcake, the 'two
B4 unknown to the culinary art' U
.wwmtry, Kaneaa CHy Star.
CWlfLTY TO THI WJMLAA
Jotph Ttttflhm Showtd N Mtrey
to the Trap invader of His
Joseph Tftltcnham, ft writer ef
short sforiw. oixniorf the Iwil door of
! his apartment op lofhw Sixth ave
ime, reports tbc Ncff York" Globe.
As he did o be .heart! a ower uoisc
within, lit, Tatfenhin paiieod, for
th JTawTrk flat roMxr is apt to
ba highly tcmenunetifl person if
inlorruptMl at bfs frk. Then he
saw a shadowy form fit down the
corridor and leap through a window.
"So," said Mr. TaUenham, "I light
ed the gas and looked about to sec
what was up." On a chair by his
bed he found all of his clothes in a
neat pile. Under the bed was a tat
tered suit belonging to some person
who distinctly does not travel in Mr.
Tattcnham'8 set Nothing was miss
ing from the flat He sat down to
consider. There came a (imid tap
at the door. "Well?" said Mr. Tot
tenham, Opcning it to a shivering
person, who had obviously removed
the ragged suit Mr. Tattenham had
found under the bed and had not
had time to get into any of Mr. Tot
tenham's clothes. "Well?" "Please,
sir' said the shivering man, very
meekly indeed. "Please, sir, may I
have my clothes?" "Are those your
clothes?" asked Mr. Tattenham, in
dicating the discarded garments by
a gesture. "Yes, sir," said the wil
lowy individual in the halt "You
see, sir, I'm a little insane at times.
And I'm afraid I entered your flat
and took off my clothes whilo I was
raving." "Well," said Mr. Tatten-
nam brutally, "rave
closed the door.
qh." And he
KEPT HIM GUESSING
jiowe jjiq you ever sail on an
TT TT"V 1
Wise Well, I rode on one once,
but I don't know whether I was
sailing, skating or swimming most
of the time.
A young lady passes by, leaving
in her wake a delicate odor. "All,"
you say as you sniff the sweetly laden
zephyr, "thafs violet" The chances
are as ten toninety that you are
wrong. It is so labeled by the per
fumer, but the honest druggist will
tell you that it is the perfume of
the root of the Iris florentina. or
Florentine iris, otherwise orris root
The root itself, as seen in the shops,
is white and of irregular shaped
pieces. Some years ago the young
man who had partaken of liquid re
freshments chewed this root as an
effectual disguise to the alcoholic
aroma lingering upon his breath.
Immense quantities of this root are
grown in Italy. It might well be
cultivated in this country. The
plant thrives in mountain regions,
attaining its maximum in stony
ground. The best months for plant
ing are August and September.
ART AND .INDECENCY.
"Of course," 6aid Art, "we have
nothing in common."
1 "Of course," said Indecency.
"But as long as. I get you tolerat
ed by the police. and you get me
cared for by tho paying public, we
have mutual interests," said Art
"Precisely," said Indecency.
And so the world was, after all,
big enough for botk Life.
Miss Jaggs Is ho one of
chaps who would sooner be
Mr. Itaggs Oh, ho is not so rigid
as that; but I think he would .soon
er be right than .vicc-rpresident.
"Why do jou wish to bury your-
eelf in , ths army ? 'Promotion is
Promotion, is much moro rapid
since tne. aeropmne corps was es
" J bH
"The Winninr WWow" will btli
attraction at Hollands Opra HoUs
Monday night. Jan. 3. , The .pint
deaUwith two imm'ewaly wea'fhv"
men, Heine Schmi'z and Dinnis M,
Faddan who hav acqalred thefr
fortune by selling CheJe and Corn
beef. The first act takes place or.
the campus of one of our leading!
colleges and hero the two meiHcine
Schmits and Derinis McFndden meet
the Widow Lloyd (The Winning
Widow) who also has a . large for
tune. They proceed tojf make love
to the Widow at once tat she re
fuses to listen to them "until they
have spent every dollar of their for
tune, promising to marry, the one
who spfids it first. The Many novel
waya in which they try to get rid of
their money evokes roara of laugh
ter. They go to Pari3 and try to
lose their money in a large Gamb
ling House but fortune smile3 on
them and everything thy touch
turns to gold. Max Spiegel has giv
en "The Winning Widow'? one of
the most lavish scenic aad coetume
productions ever seen en-tour, in
fact, the identical production which
was was seen in New York, Chicago,
Boston and Philadelphia, and all the
other large cities during its phenom
See J. H. Dagg for contracting
ouilding and general repair work of
all kinds. Phone 476.
5 Per Cent Money To Loan.
OnGoodSouth ChristianLand 5
J. B. Allensworth, Atty.,
Office-Phone;267-2. Res. 742.
T.S. KnightS Co.
n.r)d Insurance, otiice
soutti side Gourt
Every now and again somo Individ
ual arises to tell us Why We Are,
and What Wo Are, and How We
Know Why We Are, and How We Are
What Wo Know, and Wiat We Would
Be if We Weren't, and What, Precise
ly, Areness Is, also Wereness, and
Why Wo Aren't What We Mightn't
Have Been If Wo Weren't, and other
simple and entrancing facts. Such
an Individual Is called a philosopher.
atBt view sMcmm
MANY ClOARITTIt SMOKICK
The Aiwrtwo pvopto an 4rtaMBf
Meffl wMdky and tear a4 aateatng
'more clgara and cigarette Umk err
More' In history, according to tax re
tains received by Royal K. Cabell,
oommlMlcHior of Internal rev&iiNe..
From July t to October 1, 191J,
more than 3,Si0,00fl,0W cigarettes
were smoked, an iw Crete w bt ea Wl
Hon ever &e corresponding period bt
the previous year, which broke all
Tho nation coasnraed 33,180i00 galr
lona ofVhUky during July, August
ana September, an Increase of 480,60
gallons as compared witn mat quar
ter of 1911, "while nearly 1,966000,000
cigars werp smoked during that time.
The clRdV.conBumptIon promises to es
tablish a record.
A total of 19.SOO.000 barrels of beer
wcro conBumed during' tho three
naonths, which was 320,000 barrels
Moro than la tho same period of
1911. This somewhat surprised reTe-'
nue ofilcials, as beer drinking fell e
considerably during the fiscal year,
esded Juno 30 last That decreaaa
was partly accounted for by Commla
nioner Cabell by the Increased popu.- '.
laxity of buttermilk a a Bummer
Insect Bite Costs Leg.-
A Boston man lost 'his leg from
the bite of an insect two years be
fore. To avert such calamities from
stings and bites of insects use Buck-!
len s Arnica Salve promptly to kin
the poison and i revent irfkumation,-
swelling and pain. Heas burns,
boils, ulcers, piles, eczpma, cuts,
bruises. O.ily 25 cents at All Drug
Answering a Point of Etiquette.
William Henrys If, while you are'
making an evening call, the young
lady of tho family-is pushed .forward
to' entertain, and begins to back and
nil and declare that she Is so ee-heel
heel hoarBO that she Just knows she
can't sing a note, it is bad form for
you to glvo tnree cneers. Etiquette
does not often demand the active or
audible, form of lying, but the pasBlvo
form I. e., saying nothing, no matter
how painful Is en regie 'most any
time. You should always strive to bo
a gentleman, let tne rnips iau wnere-
Hewitt But I thought you had a fat
Jewett I guess it struck some obe
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bad blood or foul breath. Avoid
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Office Furniture and Fixtures!. : 3 O0O00- v .
Cash and Exchange for Clearing " 89 831 24 H
Sight Exchange..,, 197 362,81 , Z
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The Love Letters of a
W'E begin in the November issue a series
of real love-letters written over fifty
years ago by one pf our national
heroes to his sweetheart during the period of
'6 1 to '65. This great general will go down to
posterity as having accomplished one of the
most brilliant feats of arms in the history of
'.he wld. He was as great a lover as he was
a general therefore these letters combine au
'.'.cr.tic history and exquisite romance. They
siL-d a human note that no 'other work of
IJ;srature has done in a decade; it is
literature. You simply can't afford to
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