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We have them of Every Description and can give you Better Va tne oney than any House in Town. J. When you want Shoes, Come to a SHOE HOUSE to buy them. Do not buy your Shoes without first examining Our Fine Lines. ER KY. FARM AND STOCK NOTES, i Cattle of every age arc too often thrown together; the largest and strongest tal;c their choice of the food and leave the refuse to the weaker animals. Separate them and give the best to those which usually get the poorest. There is more wasto, too, in feeding in large herds. A variety of food for the fowls must be furnished for the fall and winter. Amono- other thinsrs, feed sorgum seed on the stalk; it gives exercise and pro motes health. Heat is a condition of nature favor able to the production of eggs and m-nt .d to nesrlect providing com fortable quarters is to invite defeat. Commissioner of Agriculture Moore says that the Kentucky agricultural stttion at Lexington will next year make a test of raising sugar beets. lie sirs the only question as to the production is the amount of sugar the beet grown m Kentucky win 3'ieiu, Should the yield be what is expected, a beet sugar factory will be establish A at Frankfort, and the industry promises to be one of the great indus tries of Kentucky farmers. A farmer went into a store over at Berkley the other day to sell a lot o fin notatoes. savs the Arlington News. He was offered 75c a bushel. A traveling man, who was standing by, remarked to the farmer: "If you had those potatoes in New York you could get S1.00 per bushel for them. "Ya-as," answered the farmer, 'an if I had a pail of water in hades reckon I could get 10c a glass for it too." And the drummer collapsed. W. It. Cook sold to Fox twenty eight head export cattle at 4.23. The Kentucky Stock Farm has changed its name to the American Stock Farm. The Christmas edition was a beauty. Cap. McKee, who has been handlin mules at Atlanta, came back th week to buy a couple of loads on special order. He has already han died over one hundred, but says the market is off. Danville Advocate. Mrs. Stark, Pleasant Ridge, O., says '"After two doctors gave up my boy to die, I saved him from croup by using One Minute Cough Cure." It is the quickest and most certain remedy for coughs, colds and all throat and lung troubles. Stories' Drue: Store, lm Women are being trained in agri culture by the State of Minnesota, which has just opened a school for the purpose that will accommodate CO students. Hatcher cattle sold on our streets at 2, 2 1-2 and 2 3-4. In m litis 1 of a cough a hacking, racking, rasping cough that irritates the lungs and leads to dire results. It is in such cases that E Eti? Hit lz ILs Oil ' "konoy ' proves its wonderful efficacy. The cause of the trouble is eradicated the irritation is al layed the lungs arc healed and fctrcncthcucd and cold leaves the system as snow disappears before the sunshine of spring. T.r Rflfa PlnfvTiir-TIcnev Is an In- fi'llibleiviiiwly lornll lung am! bronchia! !rfuli!n.b!!slit or Bi-tero. All dniats ioll it at i"c, 60c am! SI.UO a bottle, or it will be sent uK)ii recctiit of price. The E. E. Sathcrlmd JMIdno to., I'sJotci, Kj. HARPER NEEDS MONEY. Fnr An r.'ceriotl for Amil'jerDormilory nt Chicago Vr.l versify. President Harper, of Hie University of Chicago, is looking for pome one with about $100,000, who will build an other dormitory for the use of the Mid way "cocls." The present women's halls Kelly, Hceeher and Foster have for sonic time been inadequate to sup ply the demand for rooms which the constantly-increasing number of wom en .students has created, so that ninny of the new "coeds" have boon obliged to secure rooms in private houses. This condition of affairs is not approved by the authorities, nor is it aeeoptable to the parents of some of the young women. At a mooting of the trustees the other days plans drawn up by Henry Ives Cobb wore considered, and if was de cided that another dormitory should be built between Heeehor and Kelly halls, facing Lexington avenue, and costin nmti'oxiinatelv S75.000. It. was de cided that the authorities should go on till hunt for some one with capital mid sufficient generosity to build th coeds" another hall. A NEW GERMAN LIGHT. Blood Poison. Contagious B'ood Poison has been ap propriately called the curse of mankind. It is the one disease that physicians can not cure; uieir mercurial auu poiasu remedies only bottle up the poison in the system, to surely break forth in a more virulent form, resulting in a total wreck of the system. Mr. Frank B. Martin, a prominent leweler at 026 Pensylvania Ave., Wash inin.on,u.u.,says: I was for a long time under treat ment of two of the best physi cians of this city, for a severe case of blood poison, but my condition erew worse all the while, not withstanding the i fact that they ! charged me three 'hundred dollars My mouth was filled with eatinsr sores: my tongue was almost eaten away, so that for three months I was unable to taste any solid food. My hair was coming out rapidly, and I was in a horrible fix. I had tried various treatments, and was nearly dis couraged, when a friend recommended S.S.S. After T had taken four bottles, I began to get better, and when I had finished ei eh teen bottles, I was cured sound and well, my skin was without a blemish, and I have had no return of the disease. S.S.S.saved me from a life of misery." S.S.S. guaranteed purely. vegetable) will cure any case, ot mooa noison. Books on thedisease and its treat ment, mailed free by Swift Specific Co., Atlanta. Ga. T. 15. Walker bouirnt of Pence 'si ex tra good calws at 21. It was a pretty bunch. J. E Bruce of Stanford sold to Weil 30 head 1,590 cattle at 4 l-l. Some of those who recently sold ex port cattle at 2 1-2 were ottered 2 o- in October. Its hard to tell just when to let go. It is easy to cateh a cold and just as easv to tret rid of it if you commence early to use One Minute Cough Cure. It cures coughs, colds, bronchitis, pneumonia and all throat and lung troubles. It is pleasant to take, sale to use and sure to cure. Stormes' Drug Store. lm Weil bought of It. L. Lillard, at Stanford, 47 exporters at 4 1-t and 32, weighing 1,502, at same price. During the year wlrch just closes the following five men and race horse have earned or won $234,000: Fitz simmons, the plugilist, has to his credit, 505,000; Tod Slo;,.-llie jocltey, $50,000; Michael, the bicyclist, 30,000; Ball, the bicyclist, $15,000; ltusie, the base ball player, 5,500 and the great race horse Hamburg; 3S,530. Ex. Preparations are being made to erect in Louisville the largest plug to bacco factory in the world. It will employ 3,000 hands. Miss Allie Ilughcs, Norfolk, Va. was frightfully burucd on the face and ncclc Pain was instantly re lieved by DeWitt's Witch Hazel Salve, which healed the injury without leav ing a scar, it is tne lamous ptie rem edy. Stormes' Drug Store. lm The indications now are that good stallions will do a big business in Ken tucky next spring, says the American Stock Farm. Horses are now scarce hereabouts that the increase of breeding will be absolutely necessary, The man who will be able to produce a dozen or so of good colts a couple or three years hence will have a fortune, Our breeders are coming to a realiza tion .of this fact and will breed more of their mares in 180S than they have bred in years. It is said that Nancy Hanks 2:04 safely in foal to Bingen 2:12 1-2 A special from Danville says: Far ris & W hitley, of Danville, delivered to Simon Weil, aeent. 223 head of fancy beeves, for which they receive! the round sum of S14.1G5. The cattle were shipped in a train of thirteen cars for Newport News, whence they will ship for the English market The cattle averaged .1,427 pounds to the head. Weil is one of the purchasing agents for Nelson Morris, the big Chi eago exporter. Over 100,000 worth o export beeves have been sold by Boyle county feeders this fall, and more are to go yet. Farris & Whitley have handled about 1,000 head. UlHioTorj- Tlmt Will Revolutionize JIot:if!i of Mlnmlimt Ion. Consul Dcuster, at Crefeld, Germany, reports lo the state department of discovery made there which it is said revolutionizes the methods of illumina tinn. It is an incandescent iras. A sin gle iet of ordinary size can omit a light of much more than 1.0C0 candle power and fine print can be read at a distance of 100 feet. The inventor says the cost for a light of 1,500 candle power is only 4V., cents nor hour, while that, for an ordinary electric light of 400 candle power is 11 cents per hour. BACON AND LARD HOGS. THE Mim Mutual to Mil Co., Assignees Notice to Creditors. sss A great shortage of sheep exists in all the States east of the Miss ssrppi it j.s said greater than for many years, and many of the buyers now on their way to the Northwest are from Michi pan, Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania and New York. X Statement of the Demand for Them Here :inl Alirontl. Director Curtis, of the Iowa experi mental station, has .submitted to Sec retary of Agriculture Wilson a com parative report on English and Ameri can lard hogs, embracing the results of tests to determine the best for food and the prices received for each breed. The report states that the market dis crimination between the breeds is very slight, only ten cents per 100 pounds in favor of the Tnmworts and Berk shires. the English breeds. They sold for $3.80 per 100, while all the others brought $3.70. All the breeds of hogs tested made pork at substantially the same price for raising, feeding, etc., auout two cents per pound, fcecretary nson savs while the demand abroad may bo greater for the bacon hogs than for the other the demand for lard negs is ai creat here as ever. Stranger Quite a popular town this, ain't it? Leading Merchant How popular? "Why, there appear to be a groat many r.eonle nettling hero." "Do, oh? Will, my books show thin there ant 1 ;rn one son ting with, me or tho !:u t tim e n.eiiilis." Richmond Mspat"h. OF LEXINGTON, KY. Our plan is a new application of an old principle, and is based up on tho actual experience of successful life insurance companies, cover ing a period of over 200 years. The same principles govern both, only- WE pay while you LIVE. THEY pay when you DIE. WE ofler the INVESTMENT features. THEY protect in case of DEATH. With them, death is the moving factor, causing the payment of the policy; with us, a definite and fixed mathematical rule, in lieu of death, matures the policy. INSURANCE IS A LAW OF AVERAGE. They figure on so many men out of a thousand dying we figure on so many policies, They kill the man we kill the policy. rJ here is no reason why a man should die to reap the hen- lit of his investment. We return an average of $2.30 for every dollar paid us, and yet' we assume an obligation less than one-third as great as has been assumed and paid for years by the leading life insurance companies of America OTJDR, MISSION. Only about twenty (20) per cent, of the people are insurable. Only the sonnd.aml healthy, who least need it's advantages, can oMain life insurance.'- Why should there not be a means provided whereby the other eighty (80) per cent, of the population can carry an invest ment the same as the favored few who can get life insurance? Our mis sion is to open the door to the entire population to enjoy the same or greater benefits for an equal or less expenditure, considering the ad vantage to be derived, and that those advantages may be enjoyed during life by the one making the investment NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS. That our plan is popular and based upon sound business princi ples, is evidenced by our large and increasing membership, as shown by our remarkable 'Exhibit of Growth, See literature. We court the clysest scrutiny and most thoroug investigation. No statement made that cannot be verified by actual results. Others Make Money. Why Not You? The endorsement given this Company by the investment of bankers. law ers, merchants, ministers, doctors, railroad men, mechanics in fact, men of business sagacity in every vocation of life is an evidence of the soundness of our sj'stem. ACTUAL RESULTS, AND OPINIONS OF SOME OF OUR CER TIFICATE HOLDERS. Rev. J. V. Riley, of Mortonsville, Kv., says: "I have had an investment in the Southern Mutual Investment Co., of Lexington, Ky., for more than three years. 1 have nad 23 couoons to mature by redemption, which, cost me less than 530.03, and returned to me 81,410,00." Lexington, Ky.. September 10. 1S97. To whom it may concern. This is to certify, that mv husband. v. F. White, acout three years airo. in vested in the Southern Mutual Investmsnt Co. Since that time there have been SG coupons to mature, on which the Company has paid his estate 1,021,96. Thes3 coupons cost his estate less than $700,00 to mature them. I am pleased with the investment he made, and am still carrying Gl coupons in the Company Mary E. White. The creditors of Willis II. Adams will take notice that I will bo nt the offloe of li. II . Tomlinson's in Lancaster, Ky.. on Satnrdny, of each week for the next four weeks to re ceive claims against the estate of Willis B. Adains. Jau.otu, 1S9S. SALLIE A. LEAVELL. Assignee of Willis 15. Adams. z z 0 0 mm 9t If It's Worth Printing lie Twice-a-Week Conricr-Jonrnal Will Print It. nd Ever Democrat, Every Republi can, Every Man, Woman or Child who can read will want to read it. 1 k:-' life 2 3- c - SCRI BNER' S FOR 1808 A GREAT PROGRAMME. A Misapplied Theory. I notice that vou eat the heart oi your watermelon urst, saiu tne tncor. ist. "That is all wrong, lou ought to save it 1111 tne last. "11111." said the other man. "Ac cruing to your theory a man oughtn't to begin the honeymoon until he lm been married ten or twelve year." '"""clnnati Enquirer.. Hatkt Itport. Taken from the Louisville Times of Wednesday alternoon: WHEAT No. 2 red and longbeiry 9."95c No 3 red and loiiRberry 3393c; rejected 28c less; on levee lc less. COltNXo. 2 white 29c; No. 2mlscd29c CATTLE Extra shipping $4 25 4 50 Light shipping 4 C0 4 2o Best Butchers 4 00 4.25 Fair to good butchers , 3 25 3 85 Common to medium butchers 2 75 3 40 Thin, rough steers, poor cows and scalawags 10200 Good to extra oxen 3 00 3 50 Common to medium oxen 2 00 2 50 Feeders 2 75 3 t Stockers 2 25 3 Zt Bulls 2(0 J 310 Veal calves 5 25 5 60 MILCII COWS- Choice 35 0045 CO Fair to good , 15 0025 00 HOGS Choice packing and butch ers, 225 to 300 lbs 3 50 3 10 Fair to good packing, 180 to 200 lbs. . 3 03 3 1 Good to extra light, ICO to 180 lbs.... 345 3 Fat shoats. 120 to 150 lbs 3 35 3 45 Fat shoats, 100 to 120 lbs 3 2 ) 3 CO Pigs CO to OOlbs 3 CO 3 1 Roughs 150 to 400 lbs 2 50 3 10 SHEEP and LAMBS Good to ex tra shipping sheep 3 40 3 CO Fair to good 3 25 3 40 Common to medium 2 25 3 00 Bucks , ' 250 300 Skips and scallawags, per head 60 1 00 Extrashlpping Umbs 4 50 4Ko Best butcher lambs 4 00 4 SO Vnlr tn eond butcher lambs 3 60(4 4 00 Ta'Unds 250 300 A Smith Browman, Mgr. No. 11 Cheapside, Lexington, Ky. J. C. Hemphill, Agt., Lancaster, Kentucky $1.00 The Subscription price of DEMOUEST'S is reduced to $1.00 a Year gDEttORESTSl A YEAR FOR DEMOREST'S FAHILY MAGAZINE. "Meantime, we prefer to take our chance with the conservative dem ocrats, fighting within the party, to reform it of its excesses, and to restore it to its better uses, than to pursue an gnis fattus which, if it had ben more real, would have resulted in the elec tion, instead of the defeat, of the free silver fusion in 1S90, and which, w-ith singular unanimity, the voters have refused to follow. The Courier- lournal is a democrat, not a republi can; anu it will under no circumstan ces or conditions pursue a policy whose only Effect is to continue the republi can party in power." of DemoresVs Family Magazine is more than Fashion Magazine, although it gives the very latest uome ana ioreign iasnionB eacu iiiuiuu; iuia ib umy una of its many valuable feature?. It has something for each member of the family, for ev jry department of the house hold, and its varied content? are of the highest grade, making it, pre-eminently. The Family Magazine of the World. It furnishes the best thoughts 01 the most interesting and most progressive writers of the day, and is abrest of the times in everything, Art, Literature, Science, Society Affairs, Fiction, Household Matters, Sports, etc. a sinsle number frequently containing from 200 to 300 fine engravings, making it the MOST COM PLETE AND MOST PROFUSELY ILLUSTRATED of the GREAT MONTHLIES. Demorest's Magazine Fashion Department is in every way far ahead o that contained in any other publication. Subscribers are entitled each month to patterns of the latest fashions in wo man's attire, at no cost to them other than that necessary for postage send wrapping. NO BETTER CHRISTMAS GIFT than a year's subscription to Demorest's Magazine can be made. By sub scribing at once you can get the magazine at the reduced price, and Will also receive the handsome 25-cent Xmas Number with its beautiful panel picture supplement. Remit fl.00 by money order, registered letter or check to the DEflOREST PUBLISHING CO., no Fifth Ave., New York City. The Story of the Revolution by Sanator Henry Cabot Lodge, to run throughout the year. (For the first time all the modern art forces and sources will 03 brought to bear upon the Revolution. Howard Fyle and corps of artists are making over 100 paintings and drawings expressly for this great wcrlc.) Cantain A. T. Mahan's "The Amer ican Navy in the Revolution,"' to be illustrated by Carlton T. Chapman, the marine artist; Harry Fenn, and others, Thomas Nelson Page's Fijst Lon, Novel. "Red Rock A Chronicle Reconstruction." Mr. Page has de voted four years to the story, and he considers it his best work, (Illustrated by B. West Clinedinst.) Riulyard Kipling, Richard Har ding Davis, Joel Chandler Harris, George W. Cable, and others, are under engagement to contribute sto ries during 1S93. Robert Grant's "Search-Light Letters" replict to various letters that came in consequence of his "Re flections of a Married Man" and "Ihe Opiniyns of a Philcsopher."' "The Workers" in a new field Wal ter A. YVyckofT, the college man who became a laborer, will tell about his experience with sweat-shop laborers and anarchists in Chicago. (Illustra ted from life by W. R. Leigh.) The Theater, The Mine, etc., will be treated in "The Conduct of Great Business" series (as were "The Wheat Farm," "The Newspaper," eta, in '97). with numerous illustrations. Life at Girls' Colleges-'like the ar ticles on "Undergraduate Life at Har vard. Princeton and xale. and as richly illustrated. Political Reminiscenceshy Senator Hoar, who has been in public life for forty-five years. C. D. Gibson. will contribule two serial sets of drawings during '93, "A New York Day," and "The Seven Ages of American Woman." The twice-a-week Courier-Journal is democratic paper, of six or eight pages, issued Wednesday and Saturday of each week. The Wednesday issue prints all the Clean News, and the Saturday issue prints Stories, Miscel lany, Poetry, all matters of special in terest in the home. It is edited by Henry Watterson. Price $1.00 a Year. You get 104 good papers, of six or eight pages each, lor 1 Less than one cent a paper. USEFUL PREHIUHS Are given Club Raisers, and good-paying commissions are allowed agents. Daily Courier-Journal, 1 year $6.00 Dailv tlntl Sunday. 1 year S.o Sunday alone, x Year z.oo TwiceaWeek Courier-Journal And the CENTRAL RECORD, Both one year For Only $1.50. 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