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Wm IWRfB ib IB I IV v in mis.
Then thwe were nine.
Ntee Httle errere, Wrry te relate.
He Mid, "It deeea't" for "It don't,"
Mid then there were eight.
Mgfat iitUe errors. (I'm glad there
"e spoke to whom!" for "He spoke
to who?" Then there were
even little errors. Ills tongue the
word would mix.
lie learned. "It Isn't" for "It hain't,"
and then there were six.
Mat little error, sure as I'm alive.
Bo said, "May I gof for "Can I rT"
i Then there were Are.
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JNre llttie errors. He struggled o'or
9 ay "There is no" for "Tnt-e hm't
no. Then there were war.
fenr little errors, ungrammatlcal as
Me said, "Ho lay down" for "Ho laid
own." Then there wore threo.
Three llttie errors. (It's fine there
t were so few).
He learned "Woro. I you" for "Was I
tot." and then there were two.
Two little errors. -Iloth he tried to
"K is she" for "It is her." Then there
was bnt one.
The last little error at length was on
He used "sitting hen" for "sotting
hen." Then there were none.
No, it wasn't esay to make such er
Bit by his perseverance Bobby won
A. F, Caldwell in Epworth Herald.
Manhattan Bhirts at the Walsh Co.
JOHN FOX PLAY AT THE TABB
"The Little Shepherd of Kingdom
Come, which plays at the Tabb Thoa-
tre December 15, brings home to Ken-
tucklans many of their age-oM tradi
tions. Taken from the famous novel
( tho sumo name by our own John
Vox, Jr., and with tho spttiug In tho
Mountains of Kentucky, the nctors
depict tho feuds and dthor character
istics of tho mountain life with true
mountaineer dialect and naturalness.
It is the story of Kentucky in a set
tlement known as "Kingdom Come."
The little shepherd, who chances into
the township, knows little of his ear
ly life. He has just wandered .'rom
door to door in early chlIdhoodt seek
ing shelter from kindly mountaineers,
who gladly fathered the youth about
whom there is a tluge of mystery.
The mystery Is solved and he .(saves
his mountain home to go to the Blue
rasa for education, but when the
oall to light for his early friends
oomes, with the true mountain fidel
ity, he forgets his later associations
aad offers his life and his never miss
ing rifio in their defense.
Lester Howard, as "Squiro Middle
ton." takes his part in a particularly
bio manner. A typical backwoods
Magistrate, whose idea of law and jus
tice is somewhat confused, the squiro
lands an air of levity to tho play with
out which it would be a .failure.
Big Joel Turner, taking the part of
a typical mountaineer, also lends a
great deal to the play as he Bplno his
Borolver around on one, finger and
ays, "I take tho lie, from no man."
The play is presented by the O. E.
Wees Company, of New York, tho
tamo 'company that appeared at Ma
auley's theatre in Louisvlllo and Is
playing Lexington this week, with
bookod engagements for Dayton, Co
Umbua and Cleveland for the near
future. "Tho Little Shepherd of
Kingdom Come" will bo given here
auder the auspices of tho city high
FUGAZZI 8U8INESS SCHOOL
Mrs. Ora H. Nutter, of Georgetown,
was hero yosterday, a representative
m the Fugozal Business, College, Lox
tegton. Mrs. Nutter is a business wo
man who knowsjhor lesson woll, and
the Fugazzi schqbl is her theme. This
cchool, we desjro tp say, stands in
point of excellence and proficiency
second to none In tho state. It Is to
Ills business college that thousands
c business firms and professional
look to for trained men and women
to look after their business affairs.
As evidence of Uie correctness ot this
tatemwt, we only have to look over
tbe trained list from ML Sterling who
are earning salaries that are far be
yond their most sanguine expecta'
tfons. We jus want in this connec
tion to mention one person, a young
womaa of determination who finished
business course at this school less
van two years ago and Is now In
Washington, D. C, drawing a salary
munodtog $390 per month, and what
Vise Dorothy Peed hasfattalned many
otters could be aamod. This school
takes the boy or girl with a high
Mbool education from loaf ng resorts
mmI, prepares them for life work.
Pimm Interested oaa write to the
LJbwbiMM College, Lexington,
i rU Or If. Nutter, of George
N ijtiilunn tw( fcMt I. The
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"PROFITABLE PIGS NEVER
STOP GROWING" SLOGAN
In an exhibit entitled "Pork Dro-
auction," shown by the United Statos
Department of Agriculture at tho In
ternational Live Stock Exposition, at
Chicago, December 2 to 9, the de
partment gives the essential points
for raising swine economically.
Good breeding stock, proper mat
ing, and careful feeding ot the brood
sows are all important, but a point in
bog, raising, that should receive more
attonUon, because It is often neglect
ed, is the necestlty of keeping the
young pigs growing continuously from
the moment ot birth to maturity.
Kren before the pigs are weaned
they should have access to corn In
self-feeders as a supplement to the
sow's milk. As Boon as they are weau
ed the pigs should be kept on full
teed, either by self-feeder or by hand.
Approved types of &e)f-tederti, bay
rak. trough aU watering fountains
ara shown In the tohibit. proper
tMMlti uU exreUe ftohJ to Ti
orwi. ptft of prof type ruk ta
FOR THE GIRLS-
Fifteen-piece Set of China Toy Dishes
Eleven-piece Set of Toy Dishes
Ten-piece Set of Toy Dishes
Fifteen-piece Tea Set China Dishes ..
Painted Tin Dishes, per set; 10c, 25c, 50c and
Fourteen-piece Set of Aluminum Dishes
Old Ivory Doll Chairs -
Genuine Reed Doll Buggies, 24 inches high
Genuine Reed Doll Buggies, Corduroy Lining
Desk Seta with the Alphabet
Desk Sets with Drawing Chart
Mary Jane Doll House
Five-piece Laundry Set
Doll Beds with Art Ticking Mattresses
Doll Beds without the Mattress -
Toy Range with Utensils
Children's 18-ply Hearth Brooms .'..i
Teddy Bears, 49c to
Kid-Body Dolls, extra good features
Jointed Dolls, from 98c to
Dolls that talk and walk, $1.98 and
Nicholas Dolls, 31 inches high
Pianos, all sizes.
Story Books, 10c, 15c and t
Children's Straight Back and Rocking Chairs,
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hogs ot markqt weight at about eight
months ot age.
"The profitable pig is the one that
never stops growing from farrowing
to market," Is a good slogan for every
ENGRAVED GREETING CARDS
Now is the time to place your order
for engraved greeting cards. We have
a beautiful lino of samples and advise
placing orders at onco. Prices are the
lowest In several years. THE ADVO
CATE PUBLISHING CO. (9-tf
WILFUL MURDER CHARGE
The Clark county grand Jury Tues
day returned an Indictment charging
wiful murder against John D. Wob
ster, It Is alleged that on Monday
morning of last week Webster, a tax
cab driver, while Intoxicated, drove
up In front of a garage and shot John
Wells, the' bullet going through a win
dow. Wobstur was arrested at once,
and has refused to dlscuw hU eatw
la his. eel) at tho Clark county Wr
hats Ik. Tim
- - 2.50
50c to 1.50
A KENTUCKY WAIL
A Kentucky firm ,ln an effort to
Btlmulato trading among tho people of
this state, sends forth this complaint:
There Is uothlug the matter with Ken
tucky except that entirely too many
of us get up In the mornlug at the
alarm of a Connecticut clock, button
a pair of Ohio suspenders to Chicago
trousers, put on a, pair ot shoes made
In Boston, wash in a Pittsburg tin ba
sin, using Cincinnati soap, and a cot
ton towel made in New Hampshire;
sit down to a Grand Rapids table, eat
pancakos made with Minneapolis
flour, and Kansas City bacon tried on
a St. Louis stove; buy fruit' put up
In California, seasoned with Rhode
Island spices, put on a hat mad" In
Philadelphia, hitch a Detiolt tin mule
fed on Texas gasoline to an Ohio plow
and work like fury all day long on a
Kentucky farm covered with a New)
Tmiolnnil -n4 nt tv . itn.il ..i.h fl.it I...T
euraace money to 'New York, San
PreaeiMO and Shanghai, and at nigHt
Mawl uader a New Jersey blanket tp
h kpt awaktt by a do th oalr
FOR THE BOYS-
Drums, from 25c to
American Flyer Trains, $1.98 to .-.
Wheelbarrows, each -jj,-;
FRICTION TOYS. '' ' , ;
Trains, Automobiles, Fire Wagons, etc. ., p
Roller Coasters, 12 feet long ..
Kiddie Kars, Animals, etc.
Turkish Towels, 18x36, colors, each
Bath Mats, pink and yellow, each
Rag Rugs make an ideal Xmas Gift.
Woolnap Blankets, full size, per pair, Xmas
Other Woolnap Blankets, up to
Sure Enough All-Wool Blankets
. "'j. .. mttuni' IM WtUlttUiI
homo product on the place wonder
ing all the whllo why ready monoy
and prosperity ore not more abundant
in this wonderful state of ours.
HERE HE IS AGAIN!
Discovery of a second specimen of
the baluchlstberium, a long extinct
mammal which roamed tho Mongolian
desert two million years ago, was an
nounced at San Francisco by J. B.
Shackelford ot the American Museum
of Natural History, who arrived from
tho orient on tho steamer President
Pierce. Shackelford said the skele
ton ot the prehistoric animal was on
its way to the United States to be
set up In tho museum for study. The
expedition was In Mongolia tor five
months. According to tho scientist,
tho ukeletons ot the Gobi desert in
Mongolia are the richest 11 nd for pale
ontologists for a long time. Many
specimens of prehistoric animals are
to be found thore, he declared.
Kven It we don't have sunshine on
(ivery 4ay of the year, the dark cloud
fvr a wuMkwiU of jrfaaen.
THREE THOUSAND MILES OF
KENTUCKY ROADS IN PLANS
The selection of the roads to com
pose the system ot federal old high,
ways, which under the requirements
ot tho federal highway act of lost No
vember wUl reach Into practically
every county in tho United Statos, ia
progressing rapidly, according to the
bureau ot public roads at Washington.
Out ot a, total mileage ot 187,400, the
Kentucky sections ot the foderal aid
system will Include 1,370 miles ot pri
mary and 1,880 inilos of secondary
road, a total ot 3,250.
SALVATION ARMY OWNS
OVER 915,000,000 IN REALTY
The Salvation Army owns realty In
the United States ot a market value
of 116,326,6m, It has boon revealed in
a court order permitting tho organisa
tion to mortgage its property at Pert
Chester tor ?M,W to build a aew
Tq walk the bright way, wtth a tt
thrill la the IrtMwt, to live hwt mm
day with the ww-M at Its WmU
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