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8myt ef lAgnKt ttlre.
Haay years ace, "wkea Beoater Ia
gaDfl iu la the seoats, oleoaarfariM
was a boae of contention. Tfca debate
led Ib sills to atter one of tfceaa H
sraamatla seatencea -wkka bm4 atrn
taawBO. 1 bare aerer, to my kaowt
iCfl, taste oleonargarlBe," Mid Is
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mm of saalBa buter -wita awe for Its
etreagta a&4 rairereaca fer its aatl
There la something flnor than to
do right against Inclination, and that
Is to have an inclination to do right
On account of the inclemency of
the weathe the instillation of officers
for 1913 cf Church Hill Grange was
postponed until the fourth Friday,
Jan. 24. The following officers are
to be installed and it is very nec
tcessary that they be present.
R. H. McGaughey, worthy master.
S. F. Holloway, worthy overseer.
Allan Owen, worthy lecturer.
F. P. Rtowe, worthy steward.
R. H. Boyd, worthy assitant stew
ard. G. R. Pierce, worthy chaplain.
J. M. Adams, worthy treasurer.
Richie Williams, worthy secretary.
J. M. Gary, worthy gate-keeper.
Mattie Adams, worthy lady as
Mrs. S. F. Holloway, worthy Ceres.
Bpulah Adams, tvorthy Flora.
Mrs. R H Boyd, worthy Pomona.
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Walls, Va Mr, Mary Vatt, of
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well for thme ywm aerf at awrt wm
taken bud. I oeerid net itaart on my
fW, I hd such paioa. I aaJtad all
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Tne season's record price for a
hogshead of new barter was broken
on the Louisville tobacco breaks Fri
day when at the Planters' Central
Warehouse thirty hegeneada of the
sew weed from Anderson county
were sold at an average of $23.90,
the highest being $33.50 for a single
hogshead. Despite rainy weather,
the market was active. Offerings
were not as active ae during the
early part of the week, but almost
every warehouse realized exception
ally good prices on tobacco auctioned.
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GAUGE OF SCENE NECESSARY
INF V J
George W. Lederer, who added
the word vaudeville to the lexicon of
the native theatre when he and
Alexander Herrmann brought to
America about a score of years ago
the first all-European company of
variety artists, which he labelled the
"Trans-Atlantic Vaudevilles," a
classification he chose with a view to
distinguishing the foreign specialty
artists from the rank and file of na-
luctant obedience, and that 1b' Joyful J tive specialty turns, then somewhat
obedicnoe. The rank of virtue is not 'in dispute under the term "varie
measured by its dlsagreeableness, but I ties," has successfully used the term
iJ. r , , r "" vaudeville again n th s country,
is joy. For what you rejoice In. that ' wnue VPW"K " raaicany an
you love. And what you love,
you are like. Henry van Dyke.
The Choice of a Husband
is too important a matter for a wc-
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that ierent use. ihe programme at the
New Amsterdam Theatre, New York,
; the current home of "Madame
onerry, aescrmes tne piece as a
''French Vaudeville " which means
a form of musical play where all
qnncra nnri nil tVio nnmin Kiioinoea ii.a
man to be handicapped by weakness, rppt ;B311oa fpnm t. BfATO - .
u.. . ..... v.. uraij u..u i.wi.,
as in the common or garden variety
of native musical comedy.
"Madame Sherry" will be played
at Holland's Opera House by the
New York New Amsterdam Theatre
Cjmpnny on Thursday, Jan. 16
Thought HI Duty Ended.
The Due de Raguse once explained
to the Countess de Doigno the nature
of his connection with tho emperor aa
follows: "When the emperor said,
'All for Prance 1 nervod with enthusi
asm; when he said, Trance and 1 I
served with obedience; but when he
aeld, T without France, I felt the n
eeeelty of separating from him.''
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On Pennsylvania Farm.
"Hore Is one of the stories, says the
Amerlcus Greeting, from the old man's
row in front of tho barber shop: Ono
man said back in Pennsylvania they
farmed the land where the hills were,
so steep that when they planted pota
toes ono man had to hold them In a
furrow while another man covered
them up. When they dug them In the
fall they were Blmply allowed to roll
to the bottom of the hill before any
attempt was made to pick them up.
teme ef Mm Thln Thi We Are Art
te Ovrlk In Trelnlnf Die Yetmfl
sWe Twe Werkers ami Whet They
Tb new teacher wm doing her beet
at the littl schoolhcttM at the fork
of the road. She had been at work for
three weeks and her s-plrita were
droop lag trader the care of fifty boys
and glrfc that recited ki eight different
grades, to my nothing of the worry ot
a smoky stove and a very aaeomfort
The old colonel at whose home the
teacher stayed had said to hie wife a
few moments after be had met her:
"She carries her head like she bad blue
blood in her veins. No need of an over
check with her. Seems a pity she's
goin' io have to worry wKh thie school,
One evening when the little teacher
had told the sympathetic old colonel
the troubles of the day, the restless
ness and inattention Ot tho children,
be smiled quietly and suggested, "How
would you like to try some of the ad
vice I give the men who train my
blooded colts that arc being taught
trotting for tho race course?"
"You don't Incan that 1 must begin
to whip the chlldreu, do you?"
"Oh. dear, up! Very little of that
docs any good' either on the training
track or lu the classroom. It is llko
thlspWe put the colt on the trade and
day after duy he goes' over and over
his lesson. lie gains for some time in
his work: then suddenly he seems to
lose Interest. The whip cannot givej
him back his lost interest, so I tell my
trainer to Jog him nlong one of the!
turnpikes. I tell the man not to try to
give him any speed or lessons of any
sort, but just let him see a bit of new
country, some wagons and horses aud
autos passing, give him a change and
n rest. In a few days we bring him
back to the track, and he's better than
ever, and his interest in bis work is
"You don't mean that 1 could waste
my time running around over the.coun-
mi Beit Hoae for the entire flunfly,
- J- Women and Children, can alwy bei
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"Onyx" Hoe in Cotton, lVlale, 8iik !W
or Pure Silk, from 35c to $5.00 per pair oe
genuine without trade-mark ttamped om
every pair. Sold fcy all dealer.
Lord & Taylor - - New York
Wholesale Distributors r
And will pay high
est cash prices for
Butter, Eggs, Hens, Spring Chickens,;
Turkeys, Ducks and Geese, "i
Cow Hides and Sheep
Get Our Prices Before Selling.
Cumberland 26. Home 1322
the HAYDONpRODUCE CO.
HERBERT L. HAYDON Manager.
CASTOR 1 A
for Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Returns to Kentucky.
J. M. Binne, who removed from
Trigg county toCanada several years
aco with his family, where he hrd
been engaged in farming has returr
ed and has bought from C. R. Wel
lington the P. K. Redd farm on Lit
tle River, six miles east of Cadiz,
and has taken possession. He will
bring his family back in a short
while, but will live in Cadiz, where
he can have access to a good school
for his children. He has done well
in Canada from a financial standpoint.
Nice Quiet Place.
Did you find a nice quiet place to
kpend the season?" "Yes," replied Mr.
Growcner. "Everybody else In the
family -went away and I stayed home."
Every now and again eomo Individ
1 oHrah to tell ua Whv TCe Are.
'and What We Are, and How We
Know Why We Are, and How We Are
What We Know, and What We Would
; Be If We Weren't, and What, PreclBO
' ly, Areness Ib, also Wereneee, and
Why We Arent What We Mightn't
Have Deed it We Weren't, and other
lmple and entrancing facta. Such
aa individual li called a philosopher.
THE LITTLE SCHOOLIIOCSE AT TUE FORKS
OF THE ROAD.
try with my pupils, do you? Why, tue
people are paying me $00 a moutli for
"Again, 1 am made to understand
things." laughed the old colonel. Sud
denly his face clouded, and he exclaim
ed: "I shouldn't laugh. I ought to cry,
when things are as they are. Here you
are struggling with fifty children. You
are expected to give them their paces
for the great race of life, and you are
paid $50 n month for your work." He
paused a moment, the frown on his
face darkening, then said hurriedly: "1
why. I pay that fellow you see out
yonder driving that young trotting
horse 5300 a month ior every montu in
the year. It's the old story over again,
We fall to realize that the biggest and
best thing In the whole world is the
brain and character of n child in mak
lug. We fall to see anything but the
dollars and cents that nre close at'
You can not keep posted on current . events
J unless you read the
(Loui3ViLLE, Ky. HENRY WATTERSON. Editor) J
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She Wat Twice as Good.
The group about the cross roads
store had been discussing the new
teacher 'who had taken the school on
I the ridge when he trustee of the dis
trict rode np and dismounted. At
once ono of tho men asked: "Say, Ben.
we've been tnlkln' about the new
teacher out on the ridge. How's she
"Well. 1 think she's One. I think
'she's just about twice as good as the.'
one wo had last year.
"You do? Why, I thought you was
certain tbeone last year was A No. 1.
How" do you figure it out?"
"Yes, 1 believe she is. You see. 1
watched the teachers I hire out at my
school mighty close. I dp. Ilonest. 1
don't think she missed whlppin sorae
boy every aay, an' sne averaged about
two n day through both terms of
school. That's goin' some. This new'
one has been out to the school only a
little more than two weeks, an' she's
started out mighty tf.ro'hg. Do you
know, she's avenigln our boys a day.
So you see I'm cerW.ii 4hes Just twice
as good as tho other one we had."
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