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Attn 'voor Watthe Dttft 7 OL, XXXIV KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, DEdtMBER 31 , 1912 No 156 di tonal Comment, HOROSCOPE MarV Gaynor, of New York, dis- . ACME MILLS ONLY TWO LITTLE MOVING RECORD .YEAR GOING ON ' . cussing the ideal of George Wash. from correct-ington, says It is a matter of f act heww He says,. of warm blood and prone to pasiion, Of The 40 DefendTo And the Machinery Will Begin Thirty-e- i is contemporaries agree, lie Hopkinsville Will Continiw is known to have sworn like a ants Cinivkted In Dyna-- , Running HJn the 15th Jbwkh Like A Green (TOO per ac tunes. is pitted and be ha4 bed teeth and kite Cases. Of January, Bay Tree. ,. . other phyakal imperfection. fr FOR 1913 ABOUT READY WAS 1912 Hopkinsville Growing and Many 23JHore WhiteCouples Married New Houses Are Oc- : This Year Than In Jeai 1911. cupied. Sometime in February the Cleve (ffliNGES OF BUSINESS COLORED INCREASE-WA30. tod. a bo cnrryta 5v wows and flffj, JI1E I. C. KEEP 'STEP. NECESSARY MATERIAL HERE! THE UNI0 LABOR 90 bacbelors on a tour arotma wi ; f., ii .in world, wilt arrive at Saa Franeteeo. " J&xtX. started from New York on a Convicted Houses. For Rent Have Been Dearth in Matrimonial Market Nearly Aul Of as NewDepdtOne Of The Crying Sound Of Big Stewn Whistle purely tfnatare trip, with flirtfn " in the principal occupation on board. "Midsummer Made OaarWera Oicialt Of Taken as Fist as Will Be; Wekoaa, News NeedSi Old long OutGood. Mrr. Sarah Joheeer, considered a Vacated. To All: ; Iroiwriers Union. grown. pauper, who died in St. Louis, had a baa; around her wlat containing $fc,04. "She lived with a sister who JhdianaDOlis. Ind,, December 80. The. year 1912 was leapyear, but There is never a time when cot Eight mill wrighta are now over from an exchange that a)o bed a.big bank account shown hauling the machinery of the Acme TniVty.fcightL'j&bof nnlon .Officials tasres and pretentious, residences are durjng midsummer there were very i the IliinoiavCentral Railroad Co.;is to by .papers in her posseasion. Moore, the. engineer Saturdayj w$re founq .guilty of com riot in demand litre. It is true that few marriages, the- dearth actually build a new passenger station at Mills, James' engines up' to the time plicity; in the McNamara dynamite the cityis already'feo compactiy built encroaching on the first two. fall who ran the Commonwealth's Attorney Robt, May field. the big plant was steut down, baa plots, including the'wrecking of the that vacant lots near the business months. In November there was a "life. Franklin, of Frankfort, resigned This revives a promise made by overhaule devery thing in his, depart--; Los An gelds Times, building. noticeable cannot be 'ridsy and Gov. McCreary at once the same company, something like ment and is ready to turn on steaitti Frank M Ryan, president of the center large numberobtained, but in ial market activity in the matrimon1912 a of homes more and the move from sinappointed victor a. urauiey, of three years since, that if the city wben the order is given. The small- International Association of Bridge remote froth business were built and gle blessedness into the joys of marGeorgetown. authorities would allow the company er engine is running every day and and Structural Iron Workers, was most of tftd owners had either leased ried life attained such velocity that T W. Montgomery, Lieut-- to repair, paint and. otherwise im- - night to furnish electricity for the among those convicted. He with them or moved into them before in ten days 25 applications were Benjamin lnaahort millwrights and other men working others, was accused of unlawfully prove its Uhnstmas drew near. UI course made at the County Clerk's window Governor-eleof Colorado, died at comnany would erect a time the transporting dangerous explosives thsscf homes cannot be found in the for license. This was kept up until about the plant, but the big Sunday as tbeesult of an Denver station in keeping with the growth power engine', looking as on interstate passenger trains. Two last city directory and at the end of after Christmas day. operation. He was 78 years of age. of the city. During the year 224 licenses were 3 a' new edition wili be almost an bright as a new silver dollar, has not defendants were found not guilty.1 As yet nothjng has been done, or yet been started. However, it They are Daniel Buckley, of Daven absolute necessity. issued to whites, against 201 for the Hotel McAbin. the largest hotel There are not as many changes of year 1911. in the world, has just been opened even thought of, so, far as we know, stands ready at a moment's notice to port, Iowa, and Herjnan G, Seiffert This year 231 licenses were issued homes this year as usual, not that in New York. It is 25 stories high bv the comDany ir. carrying out its start the wheels revolving and giv of Milwaukee. that the com ing life and energy to a great plant About thirty wives, with almost as the influx from the county is less to colored people, against 201 last and extends 60 feet into the ground. promise. It may-bpany is' contemplating making a that has been lying idle for three many children, are separated from than formerly, it is due to the year. St. T.nimfll nvtrl Van start in the spring.. their nusbands by the verdicts. years or more. fact that the desire of every man to The total this year was 455, against Sckian one year for only $5, to But therear?;8ome tilings that Mr". Mac Nisbet, who is to have Almosc the entire staff of execut- own his home is becoming more gen 432 in 1911, country subscribers only. This offer force themselves (pcrj:ornsid?ration creneral mansrement of the mills, is ive officials of the Iron Workers' eral. These figurswere taken from the good only a short while. In order to keep pace with the records in the 'office of County Clerk this time. The People ire con- to arrive tomorrow, and it is gener Union was convicted. The only at moving spirit prevailing at the end Stowe Monday afternoon, with Tuec-da-y scious of the fact that the I. C. is a ally believed that by the 15th of officials not on trial were J. E Five of the 34 hiking suffragettes great feeder to Hopkinsville and at January the mills will now Stcretary, and of the year we.havebeen able to get up to be accounted for. reached Albany in good condition 'the same time kqqw that the road is again. We are told that large ship Ed Lewis, Sap Francisco, a member "a line'' on some of the changes al There were really more than 455 RatiirHftv. havinor wa ked 160 miles doing its share of railroad business marriages in the county during the ready made and contemplated. ments of flour sacks, bran sacks and of the Executive Board. since Dec. 16. freight other necessary material have aT Chas. W. Miller, the United States 116 North year just closed. Quite a number Saxe McCormack, from both as to passenger and traffic. The Illinois Central Railroad ready been received, a general clean District Attorney, who spoke for the Liberty street to 107' South Camp of licenses were purchased in other In Chicago the 1912 marriages ex- counties and the rites of matrimony bell. is a great corporation, but somehow hg1 up of all the premises, including government, said: eded those of 1911 by 3.QC0, In Si "Nothing else,could have been ex W. R. Wheeler from 107 South solemnized in Christian. This ino nnn HopkinBville .does not receive the the offices on Campbell street, has consideration at the hands of the been about completed, wheat has pected. The evidence of a nation- Campbell to South Virginia and crease of 21 is a prettv good indication of the continued growth of company that it should. The city been nut into the elevator and al wide conspiracy which was begun in Eighteenth street. Cholera among the 10,000 pilgrims local sluggings and assaults on nonauthorities as well as the people are most everything is now ready for Lander Meacham, of Gracey, will the county in population in the past now gathered at Mecca and 1714 They large force of employes to go to union workmen and grew because move to the city and live in a cot- twelve months the more young patienc and 'deaths have occurred in four days. do not expect great things from work. Everybody will be glad when local authorities failed to prosecute, tage at 108 West Seventeenth street. people there are, the more marrying Judge Chas. S. Walker, an Owens- - railroad companies, but they like to we hear the big steam whistle an became finally so bold that dynamite He has accepted a position with the there is going to be. nounce that one of Hopkinsville's was resorted to. attorney, was found dead in see fair play and justice. Planters' Hardware Co. biggest industries has again started This prosecution will be a. benefit appoplexy. CORPSE COUGHED James W. Lander has moved to ffice, a victim of Here the very air is surcharged to organized labor. It will purge it the city from LaFayette and is occu up. Mr. Dunlap, we greet you! witl the spirit of progressiveness of the rough tactics. The whole pying the cottage lately occupied by John H, Varner and Mrs. Phoebe and everything must move, as well And Gave the Watchers a Real N weighing 300 pounds, as railroad trains everything is on course of brick on a United States owes a debt of grati L. W. Guthrie, 511 South Virginia. Allen, each tude to that jury." L. W. Guthrie has moved into his were married at Vincennes, Ind. office building. "the Sensation. Again he lets his mind dwell on new home on West Fifteenth street, A city that in two months builds a Cooper Addition. Judge Wm. M. Reed was elected ew tobacco warehouses of immense proHENDERSON WADE, Richard Brindlav, of Palmyra, Btreet from the I. C. station to Prpqirtpnfc nf the association' of ciry Mrs. J. P. Bell, from 903 South portions that are to be started when Tenn., went to the Yellow Creek to of its competitor, the L. & N. that Virginiu street to the home of Mrs. spring bird's song is heard, and cuit judges for 1913 visit Wednesday. While there he a distance of five squares, and re the in his mind sees Uncle Sam making Aged Citizen Dies At Home of West, 515 East Sixteenth street. was taken with colic and after a few constructs Main street for a distance' Gov. Wilson is back at Princeton, Mr. John F. E'lis and sister are at a cost of $21,-00- a beginning at erecting a $75,000 hours of suffering apparently died.. seven Squares, Daughter. if. moving today into their new home after a visit to his birthplace at of completes a high school building post office building, and he wonders His wife was notified and all arrangeStaunton, Va, on South Virginia street. whyHie Illinois Central Railroad approximately $100,000; ments made for burial, his wife gocosting Mrs. L. Nash, with Bassett'& Co., ing with a burial additional hotel that will Company should so long fail to give .Mr. Henderson Wade, an aged suit. While-alonMiss Violet Asquith, the English builds-ahi the trav- its patrons a station that the city and much esteemed citizen, former has rented the house occupied by with the night watchers they were premier's daughter, is visiting in increase accommodation for eling public nearly one hundred per would glory in and the company ly of this cityi died yesterday morn- Mrs. John P. Bell and will take surprised to hear a deep breath, and roomers. Messrs Fred Jackson and cent., spends from $8,000 to $10,000 should be proud of. ing at 1 o'clock at the home of his George Lackey have already secured when they approached the supposed toAll our people are friendly will in corpse he coughed once or twice and The Jamaica banana crop is 1,0Q0-00- 0 in improvements on another; Mr. w.ii. tiarton, near rooms with Mrs. Nash. ward the I. C, but.if it does not do opened his eyes. The watchers were twelve months spend $25,000 , in year; buncheft short this so awed they aroused the family. parks, should not be ignored by the something soon there are a lot who Russellville. Mr. Wade would have GONE TO FRANKFORT would shed no tears if (he fourth been 90 years old Feb. 25, next. Al who went to the room to find the Seaebody may send you a parcel Illinois Central, to say nothing of its road should be completed and give though of extreme age he retained man sitting up instead of a corpse. other feeder, the Tennessee Central . Watch tb mails. the I. C. a lesson in progressiveness. to a remarkable degree all his facul Railroad. To Accept Position in Office of Brindlay returned home next day. ties and enjoyed good health unti was not built in a' reaaaemblee Thursday. Congress But "Rome MASONS' ELECT Supt of Instruction. FIVE ECLIPSES about a month ago. when he was day," neither do our people expect everything taken down with grip, which was day of Leap Yaf r. railroad companies to do One more they would like for them to do in a New Officers for the Coming the immediate cause of his death Miss Helen Royalty left Saturday Three of the Sun and Two c- The deceased was reared near Fair morning for Frankfort. Miss Roy year, or two or three years. They For Weather Year. view and was a cabinet maker by alty has accepted a responsible posi only ask that the railroads do their the Moon. Washington, Dec. 29. A disturb- part and keep step with the authoritrade. He was in the undertaking tion in the office of Superintendent ance, central Sunday morning over ties and progressive citizens. thirty years ago, but of Public Instruction Barksdale Ham-lef- t. There will The Masonic Lodge elected officers business here be five eclipses in the the Lower Missouri Valley, will cause past fifteen years he had re The outlook for increased business for the ensuing year last Friday 'for the Just before, taking the train year 1913, three sun and two Mississippi rivlocal' rains east of the the coming year is most' encourag- night, After the election jewels sided near Russellville. Miss Royalty said that she didn't of the moon, as follows: Total of er during the early days of the week, ing, The optimist is in exuberant Mr. Wade visited this city about know exactly what her duties would the moon presented to retiring officers', March. 22, partially visible with probably some snow over the soirits and his eyes sparkle as he were months ago and was in the besV be in Supt. Hamlett's office, but she in the Understates. Partial of the L. W Guthrie, Master, and Past two extreme northern districts. foreeees what great things are in Master Georgq Clark. The present of health for one of his age. Three istprepared, to take up any of the in sun April 6. Partial of the sun Aug. wemther will follow and will Fair children, Mrs. W. Hi Harton, of Lo tricate parts of the office work. He sees JWiss 31Kinysirin the United S'area, ation speech was made by Past Mastprevail during the remainder of the L forthe tob4CCO er Judge J. T, Hanbery in his usual gan county, Mrs. A. G. Boalea, of Royalty is one of the most expert of Total.pfjtha moon Sept. i5, invisible except ot Nashville, and Mrs. A, W. Pyle, o businees in the' history of the city; happy style. The officers are: shorthand reporters and has done in, the.'Eastern Unlfed States. Par, - wruwrn porwon- h city, survive. He also leaves may not have a cent on thouhhe considerable court work; here. Prof. tial of the sun Sept. 30. visible in William H. CumminB, Jr., W. M. this grandchildren, u- Mrs. Paul Winn two A if bora xair vimimr uuu n deposit, with pride he points to our W, E. Williamson, S. W. 'ji.' Harton, in this city. Haralett is to be congratulated .on the Indian ocean and south polar i jp Mm ot the week will m . louowea --lat- - baaka mi aaa.te the newcomers, and Mr. "TT having secured het services. t.. .ftu jtwh region. C Haydon. J. W. J, Mr. WfMsi had been a member o: 'T er Wipi Uaeftjeo weairwr, who "There are our four Gibraltar ppa Joe McCarroll, Jr., Treasurer. the Cumwsc)n4 Presbyterian church ior snow, . 4p yof tacojuk with any. ef thea E. C. Frye, Secretary. Opens An Office. Xabirtet Gitess. for mapyjiyears. He was a most af;"' alreaW hh.heeira the, J. B. Gerard, S. D. nil a Leslie Boxler. J. D. mw'y friends Wife' Carter. The NewYork America nicks Cpl, "W. Ri.Howell has opened :ithrn and thinachjjiery; and, Isaac Hart steady roll ad J, T. Wall, Trus- who. wjll bear .with had regret of law officer in the offices of Jas' hU auuKojnec mem per s, as lonows: out .y'r.Li.. sincere awoke rolling in gfreat vol- tees B. seea. the Mfec Aoni Belle Wills and Mr. Aljennworth, where he can. UJoy$d JDeecretary of State or Treasury- his d'MHise., V C. P. Asnby. Marshal ume from the ttacJheftbe Acme last Carter wf married idleness, of throe The roiwfcs arrived here Ias night in future. Co I. Howell has J. W. Carlos, Chaplain. J. Bryan. Attorney Genera afternoon at the home of Mr. Milla, after an B. M. Weaver. Tiler, of hji professUm and' A. M. Palmer, Pa. Postmaster his gaze towards the ana wmiw stmn iruiu in irfffi im the ptactra' turning and Mrs. "Fi A. Triee, by Rev. Mr, years; the residence of Mr,, A. W, Pyle, 13 acuwmuate lor the Democratic eral A. S. Burleson, Tex. Illinois Central station, within a Hultzex Next Attraction. tsry of the Navy Josephua where funeral services will be held orainatfon tor btate benUor. and way up frw ln.!naU Hva near Pembroke, stone's throw of It, N, C, Secretary of Inter this morning at 10 o'clgck by Bev. J, maginficentnew ; the attraction at iuin tn Wallow. &nri above the.top ofcosting $30,000, he The next be "East Lynnthe Optra- B, Kshman. The iatermnpfc will Dr, on ihe Baaett went to Naah- - win L. Norrls. t," MquHouse will board with Elks' Home have taken rooms and . .I i f .j , j Wpp Ite f 1' We-lear- - ; ct 400-hor- se e TI T bt 1 , start long-jufferin- g. sky-scrap- er ." 0; n e Wa-hingto- n. . son-in-la- W. of-th- e we, - rT.Z7: mf u. D ex-ce- let - 1 Uk -- bat-prd- V v ... . v r4 Frk i dbpfcinsyillc Kentuckitn. PaMtefeed Every ,Yi 10PKINSVILLS KDfTUCKlAN, DECEMBER 81 OF LOCAL CfnERKST ttaMWfeat Dana to dfta. aad oa tvaral oom-- i loos Rita had biH fwtW W tnltle by til ftortoM arrival ot Ikw Stoic Lumfrwlaffc's Daugh- tb )mm&u tmm. u On Monday morala Dune had boon ter MmIi Qot4. drlnklag mora than eanotom, aa4 oa klMlac Rita oeroral ttaos .before he wouM .mi hsy H. J. COTTON. ' , fluMealy h wis:- txmtcfovn of a Amos Tuttle hobbled slowly lntolii rude log shack, a half mil below tho stranger rei:t, Mid looking up she a tall youn man standing In tao landing and camp 'of tho Kllkenney regarding Lumber company, and"weMy throw doorway' fiymoathotkally s hr. down his siring of wooden figure There was a qulpk step, aed a and .cdipGrs. clenched t caught Dunn on the ear, "It's no ho," ho dejoctodly exelalinn ho ed, "I can't go on with that scaling. and he went down. With a got mo worse wan on hia feet la aa Instant, ugly ah Tho rheumatism has than ever. I don't Khow what's to be a bull. Dunn was a fighter, and Rita trembled for the atraager; but "her tof done. I asked Dunn for a night, and he told me If I quit now concern wm aoodteaa; ho just played It would bo for'good.' Ho's had It In with Dunn; cireilag around him, and for me for a long time, and I sup- whon ho wlohod ho promptly knockpose he thinks this Is his chance to ed him down, until Dunat acknowledged he had enough. ship me." "Now," said ttte stranger, standing 'Tm sure I don't know what Is to over the prootrato man, "don't yoa become of us, with a payment due on ever tho farm," complained Mrs. Tuttlo, a you try to insult thto girl again, or won't got off so easy next time; little worn, woman. "Say, dad I" cheerfully exclaimed a and reaaoaaer aho Is .to . eontiauo with j LITRE MISS CALIPERS bo Thursday and Saturday Sow Piqpfe We Kmw Mornings, by Will Profit by Hopkinaylllo FostoffiCe Clara Mail Matter. Second Other Dy7 ilote beta. tu ml Wi ar . - CHAS. M. MEACHAM. Akt Tkw. Mm i Children ,Cry for lotchor'o MHBaVaVBVhOJBBBoiao""1 - - t M tt -- SUBSCRiPliUf RATES: iff MEE UHE YEAR MONTHS .... MONTHS $2.00 1,00 60 JMGLE COPIES 5c .autvrtlslnglRates on Applications Sll VOUTX MAIN STREET. WOMAN AS CENSOR. j. f ( I v w lMt; throwing an arm lovingly around his 1a Ralt ea' eld,eBt fnllof neck. "Why can't I take your place on ' 0rtn- - fBlor mtmbor of the the log plle7 I have been with you ever since I can remember, scaling tim- - Kllkenney Lumber company. 1 shall be here for sonrn time, looking after Der "Why, gal," replied the old man. "r teroota; and If I hear of any we shall dls tenderly stroking her cheek, "It's no ,moro ot. place for you among all those rough i'Me un yur rvioos. rmiBnmg, wiia a cneenui noa 10 men." ho turned on bis heel and walk-1J Bears the Signature of "But I know tho mnt nf them. ed away. dad, and I am not afraid." "Amos Tuttle loved his daughter , Dunn painfully rose to his feet and better than anything else on earth, and flunk away, a' look of concentrated his brutalized face. Rita, tremho was proud to have her offer to step Into the' breach. But Instinct- bling with excitement, went Into the ively he shrank from consenting to shack to think, and secretly cherish Advertisement. coming her with .something new and strange ,that contact in tor. all those rough men. For sev ihad entered her soul The days and weeks went by unln HE HEARD IT eral moments he tenderly regarded her In thoughtful silence. At length 'terrupted. Ralph Orton took up his Han Coughs and Breaks Ribs. ho spoke, but with evident reluc- abode at Tuttle's home, and the old Sn man soon acquired a distinct liking for'. tance. , THC CENTAUR COMPANY, 77 MUHRAY STRUT. NEW VORK CITY. After a. frightful coughing spell a Ralph "Well, Rita, if Dunn Is willing you this energetic young man. man in Neenah, Wis , felt terrible taay try it, but If any of those Jacks helped Rita with her work when he pains in his side and his doctor found insult you, gal, tell me, and I'll crawl !was not on the mountain. up there on my hands ryid knees and two ribs had been broken. What Dunn kept hla plaoe In sullen, vinishoot the cusses." dictive silence. Ralph and Rita soon .agony Dr. King's New Discovery Then next morning Amos Tuttle fell into the pleasant habit of waiting would have saved him. A few could not get out of bed, but his sub- ifor each other at the landing, and ends a late cough, while stitute, cheerful and walking home together In tho twipersistent use routs obstinate coughs, promptly at seven o'clock swung the light. calipers and figure tablets across her expels stubborn colds or ben's weak, It waB a Saturday night jjx Februshoulder and' resolutely started for ary. The men had all come off the Bore lungs. "I feel sure it's a God the landing. Clad In short skirts and mountain eaiy, except Ralph and e send to humanity," writes Mrs. Ted sweater, witb long calters and Sunn. Anxiously Rita waited, but still Morton, Columbia, Mo., "for I overshoes, and her riotous curls they did not come. The sun had dropby a long topped Canadian to- ped behind. the western horizon Ih a believe I would have consumption boggan cap, sh,o successfully defied deep red setting, tinging the snow , i: : if!l had hoc used this great the cold and was a most bewitching blood red. Sho trembled. A forebodremedy." It's gtinmntHcd to satisfy wood nymph personified. . ing of danger reached out and closed COURIER-JOURNA- L and you can uvt a frn trinl hnrlior Jim Dunn, the boss, was alone about her heart Suddenly she heard 50 ct. or $1.00 (Louisville, Ky. HENRY WATTERSON, Editor) on tho landing when Bhe arrived. The a step on the snow. Darting behind a ftt A!' Druggist? . Dickson So you, were at the in teams had gone up the mountain tree, she waited, alert and expectant, .Advertisement. auguration eh ? Hear the oath taken ? after their first load, and tho landing Her quick ear told her it was Dunn. RETORT MATRIMONIAL. Wickson Did I? Say, when I men had not come up from the camp. .Presently he came In sight, and her Dunn was a big, coarse, illiterate man, His face stepped on the pet corn of a man who kept his job by sheer muscular heart a sank like lead. triumph. car Inned covert, look of f He You spend too much in puffs in that crowd I heard a dozen oaths force. stinctively she knew something iad JBdt your hair. taken. "Hello, little one," he exclaimed in happened to Ralph. Soon as his d . you do the same iu a coarse, familiar voice. had died away she sprang Into ' Rita acknowledged the greeting as ,the road and sped up the hard moun jmffs for your cigarettes. TOLD OF THE COLLEGIAN. graciously as possible. She had an In- tain road like a startled fawn. QUEER CONDUCT. Her one thought was of tho man A former jest, muph used, was the stinctive dread of this man. "Father Is laid up with rheumatism. she loved better than life. Sho had no definite Idea whero to look' for "Our cook has been guilty of a jne about the college graduate who May I take his place?" tried to get a job, and On being asked Dunn regarded her a moment in him; nor had It occurred to her to AND THE tactical bull." for his credentials showed his diplo open admiration before answering, alarm tho man. Sho knew he was In ''What is it?" grave danger somewhere on that bleak ma. "Wliat a college man t" cried 4then laughing coarsely he said: "Shejias been early of late." "It's Irregular, gal,and might cost the boss. "Yes, but I'll try to forget me mo job, if tho company knew mountain side, and on her rested the task of rescuing him; so, panting and it!" answered the applicant. The it. But, I'll be d'anged if I won't do trembling, she sped on. Every few ITS PLACE. new variation is a true story because It, on one consideration. If you'll glvf steps she stopped and called his name. "Whero ought one to keep his cold it's new. A successful Cleveland me a kiss every morning, I'll do It,' !No answer como back, but thb moaning of the light breeze through the Sash?" business man of the old school inter- he finished. Rita's heart sank. On she pushed to the top ol wpods. "Where particularly?" viewed his nephew a recent alum-- ! "Is there no other, alternative?" she a ridge. ' It had got quite dark now. "In the snow banks, of course." tius of a great institution of learning asked. Pausing on a ledge almost on the top "I don't know what that jawbreak- of the cant, she shouted: the other day. Finally the old man "Ralph! Ralph! whero are you?" said: "Billy, you have an unusual er means; but I reckon you mean, la Ends Hunt For Rich Gill. I opine there ,there another "Here, Rita, at the top of the cant," amount of knowledge for a man just ain't. It'B a k!cs a" day, or you don't Courier-Journ- al Often the hurts for u rich wrV came the quiet, reassuring reply. With graduated from college." "Yes, .get the job." a glad cry sho hurried to the top of ends when thejrinn meets a woman "Put a daughter of yours In my the ridge, where a lone spruce stood. grandpop, I have," candidly admitthut ust-- Electric Bitters Her ted the boy. "But explain this place, Mr. Dunn," she 'pleaded. it I Then she stopped, and her ,h"eart strong nerves tell in a briirht bruin "Ain't got none, an' If I had reckon '' way: - I 'had a good common school a kiss wouldn't hurt her any," was his sprang into her throat. She saw his and even temper. Her peach-blooand swayed dizzily. education before I went there 1" unfeeling reply. Her plea had fnllen iauger, complexion ar.d ruby lips result from "Courage, my little girl, courago," It .on barren ground. She hesitated. smiling lips In cool, her pure blood; her bright ejes from was an infamous proposition he of- came from the Move On Now! "her father's Job, even tones. "This is some of that devil restful sleep; her elustic sr. p from fered, but on It hung Dunn's work. When my back was turnfirm, free muscles, nil telling of. the aays a policeman to a street crowd, ;and they needed the money. accept," she crUply replied, "pro- ' ed tho coward laid me out. Take heart, "I health and strength Electric Bitters and whacks heads if it don't. "Move you take the kiss when no one little one, we win yet." It was an apgiva a woman, and the freedom from on now," says the big, harsh miner- vided Ralph was bound ANDpalling situation. Is around." to tho lone spruce with a piece ol indigestion, backache, headache, al pills to owel congestion "All right, my dear, just as you and sufThe spruce was neare say. Guess I'll take' me first Install- snub warp. fainting und dizzy ppells they ly cut off, so that It cracked ominousfering follows. Dr. King's New ment now." Everywhere they are Inwardly Rita trembled, and an oven ly In the rising wind favorite remedy. If weak or Life Pills don't bulldoze the bowels. Rita heard it roaring ailing try them. 50c ac All Drug Tnev gently persuade them to right powering disgust for this beast fill- and knew when that In tho distance, wave reached ed her soul. But she resolutely held glH'H action, auii health follows. 25c at up her head and submitted to the them tho spruce would break and leap Advertisement oyer tho ridge to tho north, a sheer ' AH Druggists. sacrilege. Advertisement. It was well Amos Tuttle did not drop ot one hundred feet. A namewitness the act; If he had Jim Dunn less terror seized her as she frantically HAD THE LAST WORD. would never have lived to insult an- dug at tho knots, and tho rising wind civic jeaCoOsy." roared in her ears llko the knell ol other woman. fA lecturer rvas annoyed by a man Energetically wiping her outraged doom. Squire Durnitt (of Lonelyvilley "Take H easy, Rita, dear, there li Hps, Rita went to the scaler's little in tho audience who insisted on rls- ' ibQy earth-yo- u shack to wait for her first load pi plenty of time," his cool voice reasmo that ing anusking questions. "Sit down, sured her, "My knife Is In my pocket, ass!" said a second man, jump- -' 1uake in yur town th other day. timber. not long befqre several team tear It out and cut tho warp." ' was It ing up.. "Sit down, you, too," cried Xt didnt bother us 0,ne- Nearer and nearer the wind came, drove on tho landing, with clanking ol - chains, booming of' dragging timber, roaring like a domon In her ears. UUC1 urearyweioy uoaa a third man: "you are both asses Witb one lost mad effort she cut the "There seem to be plenty of asses hurst) Should say not.; Ther and hoarse shouts of the tetimsters. about tonight," put in the lecturer "ain't no woy o' gittin to your Rita's, debut created a sensation, but last ooll, and Ralph stepped from the one. It was a cordial, tree, safe. To Got calmly, "but for heaven's sakelet! b.lnme(1 lltUo villngo 'ccph travelin of This Cut ' With a wild, exultant swoop the by dirt road, an' no decent earth- iiRhenr onn nt a timn!" place amid wind tore through the tree tops and, so bravely took her father's Be Courier-JournaUs, NOT "Well you go on then" saia the Quako would take thf trouble to do such trying circumstances brought out with a sharp crack, the lono spruce l. I that. . , j a shout of approval from those rough spraug over the lodge. first man, resuming uno oioieamier, a inena 01 j mon. "My brave little girl," he tenderly enthusiastically: Can't look well, eat well, or feel ; her father's, shouted little Miss qil- - whispered aa sho clung' to him, chok' "Bully for y.ew, Makes The Nation Gasp. ing back quick, nervous sobs- well with impure blood, Keep tlje ' ?er'?" "Thank Godl you are safe, Ralph." blood pure with Burdock Blood Bit I hp awful use of iniuriep on A cheer nd tho name were, taken sho fervently murmured. July staggers human) ters Bit simply, take exercise, j up and repeated, until the wood rang was the "God Is good, 1ny against lt however, is the keep cleun, and good health is pretty with ber reply. There was not a man in camp bu( "Let us thank him, Ralph," she sofe si healing, by Bucklen's sure to fodow, $1 00 a bottle, j would have. chajnploned. hor, and ly whispered. Of four good Dictum, every day. Mr. Tirwi BurttwM Man and the weary AdvertisementirSslve, of thousands who taken a licking frpin' Dunn, had she Devoutly two faces wero lifted shopper will be wonderfully by ikopptasr in for an hour of clean d from burns, cuts, bruises. appealed to them. Out Bhe realized heavenward, one, fair and trustful, Death Reveals the Truth. was a pdwor (hero, and If would (ho other strong, masterful, compel!-Ing- , ntertainment. Conducted by horo pople and the money taken in at Dunu wqundp pr explosions. Its The neighborhood of tho tomb en- do good to appeal to anyone When and In each were thanks, mute the box office la all aifent right here with you, healer of boils, ulcers, larges tho mind, Tho proximity of she.no could stand U no longer, she wouU and appealing, or pile?. To cts at death sharpens tho perception of 'lull. (Copyilsht, I'M, by the JcCiur Nw U S'- truth. Victor Hugo, Tuttle tr v vec'i 8yndlcate.) , tnreo commissioners irovern zh&m, Altu, tinder tho 2 tatiliiie, found themBolvcfl entire--r to heed the- insistent ap- p.tl of "the various woman's dubs nit thetnorintf pictures exhibited in )aV city be carefully and csntinu- ly supervised. So they appointed private secretary of ono of the jnmissioners to act as censor. Her Inty requires that sho sco every new (play brought into the theaters, and texcludo whatever, in her judgment, pfienris. So far the plan has "worked well, fand the new censor declares it is Jrather a rest to her to visit ono a flay, poing at the noon hour from uier busy office. From the Delinea oo-eus- y t a a - ? This is a purely local event. It took place in Hppkinsville. Not in some faraway place. You are asked to Investigate it. Asked o believe citizen's word; To jconfirm citizen's statement. Any article that is endorsed at home is more worthy of confidence than one you know nothing about, endorsed by unknown people. Mrs. J. H. Morris, 514 O'Neal St., Hopkin8ville. Ky.. says: "Three or four years ago I used a box of Doan's Kidney Pills and was relieved of severe pains in my back. For some time I suffered from these pains and had found nothing that would do me any good.' Seeing Doan's Kidney .Fills sp highly recommended. I got a box' and their use as directed greatly benefited me. I can recommend this preparation as to do just as advertised." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 Co., Buffalo, n cents. Bole agents the New York, United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. Foster-Milbur- tab-lot- car, lay-of- The Kind Yon Have- Always Bought, and which has been in use for over 30 years,, has horno the signature of and has been made nntier nis per- ' fonal supervision since its infancy. C444; Allow no one to deceive you In this. are hut All Counterfeits, Imitations and ExjMsrimento that trine with and endanger the health of Infants and Children JExperlenee against Experiment. - ff''l "Just-as-goo- d" ; tired-face- d it. . fi " goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It. la Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Kareotie subtftahee. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Pererlshness. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation nnd Flatulency. It assimilates the Pood, regulates the Stomach and Bowels', giving healthy and natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea The Mother's Priend. CAstoria Is CASTORIA What Is substitute lor Castor a harmless Oil, Pare- dtry, GENUINE CASTORIA. 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Send or Bring in Your Order Today 4 rThe T TE hwe Letters of a rs Confederate General begin in the November issue a series of real love-lettewritten over fifty years ago by 'one of our national heroes to hi3 sweetheart during the period of '6 1 to '65. This great general will go down to posterity a3 having accomplished one of the most brilliant feats of arms in the history of t'.ie world. He was as great; a lover as he was a general, therefore these letters combine au- thentic history and exquisite romance. They sound a human note that no other work of literature has done in a decade; it is war, it is romance, it is history, it is literature. You simply can't afford to miss this wonderful scries an inside story of the Civil War now.published for the first time and containing all tha freshness pf a contemporary happening. These letters will grip you hard,, Iipf T7I1 sit li r ntirl ri nlrl infamef f irrr rc h ninri nn'l enn.'l now before vou forcet it. tr-l- t - 1 - If- - . The V Pictorial Review Co. 222 Wet 39 v SU Pictorial Review Xv 15 Ntw York City Ceats a Copy Ono Dollar a Year Enclosed please V find 25c. for which please send me P.R. for Nov., Dec. and Jan. Name. Address. Washington. Thfe navy department has beguu tho preparation of data proparutory to tho formation of. a national iro.val resorvo under Buch conditions as tho congress may authorize. An analysis of tho complement r bIiowb not 6f a modorn only that 50 per cent, of tho men 61 such complement aro skilled men, but that of theso tho groatcr part aro skilled in tho work that Is entirely confined to tho navy, Such aro turret and gun captains and crows, flro controls, turblno machinery, etc. Tho demand, therefore, for now mon In time of war can only bo filled by those who havo had this particular training. Thero aro thousands of men in tho country who havo had this training in the navy. Tho department has no doubt but that in tlmo of emergency these men will glvo their services to tho country. It Is felt, however, that, einoe modern wara begin quickly and last only a short tlmo, tho Bervlccs of Buch men can bo most valuably employed by organizing in tlmo of peace. Such la tho object of tho naval reserve. But there Is another object to bo gained by getting together tho men who havo served In the navy. That object is to keep allvo in their minds an interest In tho navy by keeping ollvo tho memories of their own associations. Thdro is no class of mon In the country whoso experiences are. analagous to those who have served In the navy. To the merchant sailor there are experiences of tho sea, of strange ports and foreign people; man there but to tho are all theso and more, for there aro active campaigns in thoBo remote places, and thero aro contests and competitions from baseball and boat races to turret guns and high speed guns. Looking over the. history of this country, It is found that after each war, organizations, societies have been formed for the express purpose of keeping alive their associations; such are the Order of the Cincinnati; tho Aztlo society, Loyal Legion and n Grand Army of the Republic, War Veterans, etc. The man of today and of the future will likely have some campaign larger or Bmaller In his experience. With" his interest alive, the desire to return at intervals for a brief association with his old service, to renew personal associations, and observe the changes and improvements in the material, will, It Is believed, bo a great gratification to the man. For unlesB he is totally different from all other men, his desire to return to tho fleet will be the same as that which sends the hundreds of thousands probably millions each year to yell and scream themselves hoarse over a contest between their college and some rival. Consequently, preliminary to the formation of this branch of the proposed naval reserve It is necessary to have the address of each man, in order that he may be communicated with. Therefore, It Is requested that each man honorably discharged from the navy send his address to the office of Naval Reserve, Navy Yard, Washington, man-of-waman-of-war'- L. FuletvetMk, of this raftered with pins all "I , over, espscislty in my bek and side, and Was so weak I could hardly do my house work, A frieml tefci rne Corrected Dec. 14, 1912, of Cardui. Sinco taking it, I feel so' much better! Now I can dej all Retail Grocery Prices, and pains don't bother Country lard, good color and clean me any more at all." Cardui is a 15c and 16c per pound. strengrth-buildinp- f medicine. Fifty Country bacon, 15c per pound. yeara of sqcce93 have produced, Black-ey- ed peas, $3.25 per bushel. amongst its many users, confidence Country shoulders, 12jc pound. in Cardui nnd what it will do. DurCountry ham3, 22c per pound. ing this time, Cardui has relived the Irish potatoes, $1.00 per bushel. female ailments of over a million Northern eating Rural potatoes. women. Why not vours? Try it, $1.00 per bushel today, Your druggist eells it. Texas eating onions, $1.30 per Advertisement. bushel Red eating onions,$l,30 per bushel YE8, SOMEWHAT. Dried Navy beans, $3.40 per Tom McJTcal tells of a candidato bushel Cabbage, 1 cents a pound. for sheriff who ttos going around Dried Lima beans, 10c per pound, among the voters soliciting their Country dried apples, 10c per votes. Ho had a little book with him, in which, ho entered tho names pound, 3 for 25c Daisy cream cheese, 25c oer of tho voters he interviewed, and their politics. Ho came to one blunt, p:und Fuji cream brick cheese, 25c per heavy-jawe- d man who and round evidently did not like him. Fu'i cream Limberger cheese, 25c ,fWeli, Mr. Jones," said tho candidate,-"I suppose that I can count pet pound Popcorn, dried on ear,2c per pound on your support at tho election?" Fresh Eggs 30c per doz "Haw, you can't count on my supChoice lots , fresh, said Jones. 'Td rather take port," country butter, in pound prints, 30c. poison than voto for a like you." Fruits. "From, the way you talk," said tho Lemons. 30? per dozen candidate, "I reckon mebby I had Navel Oranges, 30c, 40c,per doz better put you down as somewhat Bananas, 20c and 25c doz doubtful." Kansas City Star. New York State apples $3.00 to pi, Qiotatiiss. Rati of Interest We are in position to make loans on improved farm land in Christian county, in any sum, $3,000 or over, on short notice. Your note will read to be repaid at the end of ten years, with the privilege of paying $100 or more at the end of the first year and on any interest period there- after. ML M. GRAVES & SON, TRENTON, KY. big-fist- ed well-work- ed son-of-a-g- un Preferred Locals. $6.00 perbushel Practical Braav XJy Perfection Lais The purification Ijjjif&fifl of whisky Jftcr distilling is just as important as are the selection of the grain used, the distilling method and Cash Price Paid For Produce. s (Advertisements.) Dressed hens, 12&c per pound See J. H. Dagg for contracting Dressed cocks, 7c per pound ouilding and general repair work of live hens, 10c per pound; live cocks alKkinds. Phone 476. 3c pound; live turkeys, 14: per Roots, Hides, .Wool and Tallow. Prices paid by wholesale dealers tc On GoodSouth ChriatianSLand 5 butchers and farmers: . years time. Roots Southern ginseng, $5.75 lb J.JB. Allensworth, Atty., "Golden Seal" yellow root, $1.35 11 Office.Phone;267-2- . Res. 742. Mayapple, 3&; pink root, 12c and 13 Tallow No. I, 4i; No. 2, 4c. Wool Burry, 10c to I7c; Clear & Co. Grease, 21c. medium, tub washed,' 23c to 30c:. coarse, dincrv.tubwashed', Poultry. the honest aging. That's why 5 Per Cent Money To Loan. pound CASCADE does not fall short of goodness in a single particular. Original bottling bai old sold label Spanish-America- man-of-war- 's T.S. Knight Rbal Estate. .Loans and Insurance. Ofiice souta sidre Court Sauare . No Profit In Alligators. GEO. A. DICKEL & CO. Distillers Nashville. Tenn. j GEO. A. DICKEL & CO., Hopkinsvil'e, Ky. 18c. Feathers Prime white goose, 50c tors to supply tho demand for the animals and 'skins Is that they do not attain full growth for about 100 years. Tho skin of the six or animal Is available, however, for many practical purposes. There is one on a farm at Palm Beach which measures 18 feet In length and is Bald to bo about 900 years old. There aro dozen Fresh country butter 25c lb. several of these farms in operation at Special tho present tlmo, but the industry will A good demand exists for spring not bo really profitable until the wild chickens, and choice lots of fresh alligators become scarcer. country butter 9-- The difficulty about raising alliga- seven-year-ol- d dark and mixed old goose, I5c to 30c; gray mixed, I5c to 30c white duck. 22c to 35c, new. quotations Hides and are for Kentucky hides. Southern C. O. Wright J. C. Johnson green hides 8c. We quote assorted betlots dry flint, I2c to I4c. 10 ter demand Dressed geese, 11c per pound fur choioe lots, live 5& REAL ESTATE AND LOANS. Fresh country eggs, 23 cents per Skins-'-These Wright&Johnson Attention Given Farm Properties. N . and Liberal Commitsions to our Agents. a.u e d : 1 THE PICTORIAL REVIEW CO. 222 West 39th St., Now York City $10,000 in Cash Prizes D. C. Give Stout Figures Slender Lines Without Discomfort Guaranteed to reduce hips and abdomen one to five inches, firmly "My child was burned terribly about the face, neck and chest. I AID FOR THE IDLE. applied Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Oil. The pain ceased, and the child sank Utilization of the Bchoolhouses of the country as employment offices for into a restful sleep." Mrs. Hanson, those out of work has been taken un- Hamburg, N. Y. der consideration by the United States Advertisement bureau of education, which has apOn Pennsylvania Farm. proved any movement that will mako Hero is ono of tho stories, sayB tho the schoolhouses more general In their sphere of usefulness. Professor John Amerlcus Greeting, from 'the old man's row in front of the barber shop: One R. Commons of the Wisconsin Indusman Bald back in Pennsylvania they trial commission Is one of the princi- farmed the land whero tho hills were, pal advocates of the plan to utilize tho so steep that when they planted potaschools as labor exchanges. toes ono man had to hold them in a The proposed plan contemplates tho furow while another man covered opening of a regular channel of in- them up. When they dug them In tho tercommunication between the schools fall they were simply allowed to roll of a state with reference to the un- to tho bottom of any tho hill employed. Through tho drectors of attempt was mado to pick before them up. tho social centers connected with the schoolhouses, tho man out of work, on registering the fact of his lack of employment, could bo placed In touch with employers over a broad field, Educators and scientists believe tho organization of Buch a system would do a vast amount of good In popularizing education, "While educators havo no way of Hndlng out," says the bureau in a statement issued the other day, "Just how far tho suggestion will be adopted, the fact that a proposal llko this receives attention proves how widespread Is the sentiment in favor of any and all projects involving a wider use of school plant for tho benefit of the community. Tho study of children In school, to aid and advise them in choosing their life work, also Is advocated, ALASKAN RAIL ROUTES. 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 Beed oats, 50c Black seed oats, 50c Mixed seed oats, 65c No. 2 white corn, 80c Winter wheat bran, $28.00 HEAL IT WITH Bucklen's Arnica Salve KEEPS FLESH TONE THE ONLY GENUINE IN Everything Hcalable. Burns, Boils, Sore?, Ulcers, Piles, Eczema, Cuts, Corns, "Wounds and Bruises. FROM SKIN TO BONE. Heals CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. SI 25c AT ALL DRUCRIfiTfi. SATISFIES. OR MONEY BACK. The Kind You Have Always Bought Boars tho Signature of OVER 65 YEARS EXPERIENCE support the bust and abdomen, coax the flesh into long, slender lines, and erect and graceful. $3.00 to $S.OO hold' the figure Hives, eczema, itch or salt rheum sets you crazy, Can't bear the FOR SALE touch of your clothing. Doan's Ointment is fine for skin itching. All druggists sell it, 50c a box. The Lafayette Ice & Electric Advertisement. ? Trade Marks CoPYntQHTS JLc. Anyone sending a iketch and description mi? aacertaln our opinion free whether i Intention U probably patentable HANOO0K on Patents ont Tree. Oldeat auencr tot lecunntrpatMiti. l'atonti taken tbroagu Munn fc Co. reoeiva tptctal notice, without cause, la ttta Desiqns Invaluable to women afflicted with weak backs, aa this corset replaces cumbersome abdominal appliances, ivith comforting support, and possesses all the virtues of an abdominal belt, with none of its inconveniences. ? WWfGARTEN BROS., Mmhtr. 34th St. kb J Broadway, New Yetk r Accentuating Plant Characters. It has been found that under red light (light through red glass) plants become more robust than in any other. They also become more pronounced in their chief characters tha leafy plant beeomoo uore leafy, all shades of green bocome more the sensitive plant mors sensitive aad all In every way befeoaM Uf hly specialized. -- Co., at Once,, for Division. "IQNEST GOODS AT HONEST PRICES:" FOR RELIABLE WATCHES AND JEWELRY. Tm moat go to ft c Reliable, Competwu iml ExperkNKMd We make a soeclalty of FSm and. RJiab!a Uro-pfor all pur potM, Quality Guaranteed Beet, prices lowest. Dlr. ' The People' Jeweler and Optician, Watch Inspector L. & N. R. R. JAS, H. SKARRY, If You Buy It jom SktrryItJGood, 1 1 "X or many years waa trouble! I anile oc all aoe&Ued vmtAiv r . Uafertunate Kitflltlt. t laat 1 found on Ink vtdW Tke general lmpresstoa thai t& m tbOM mlkl, yet thoroug agllshmaa's life is rather pvosy la rsally wonderfuT , supported by the statement ot a Los December, recommending Mi definite doser who visited at Clay Oeatar. H plan "in respect to the b4t and moat Always Musical. available routes for railroads in AlasMusician (to bis brda, who kisses said he sever bad tasted fried obtok-e-a or strawberry sliorieake. th two ka which will develop tho country kim la the. dark on the polat of the the resource thereof' for the uu to sole) An oetave lower,' my darling. , being unknown to t oalUuury act til the people or the United State-AdolcU Bohlii wpt. r lIW JHf IW, Ibcchaagf. has chronjc constipation. Get 'Doan's gone to Alaska to make a study of Regulets. They operate easily. 25c Alaska transportation, which will reall stores. sult In a report to the congress In at Advertisement. An exploring expedition of men, each expert In his own line, Don't use harsh physics. The reaction weakens the bowels, leads to four The equipment consists of Frick machinery. Ice capacity 4 tons daily, has been run 2J years, with dynamo capacity of 300 lights, has been run' but 1J years. Everything in good shape and now running, parties interested should address A. B. Lander, Lafayette, Ky Desirous of Belling by January 1st, 1913. Adrertlaement. Scientific HtucricatL culatlon A handsomely Ulnttratid weekly. Traeet eir. Journal. Term., ft a u viw ujaii wiaeaier. MUM &G niwIhMM Branca usos. OH if U Wablntoa. ot any lolentlbq ujuuuu, IK IGonstipation l i DR. KINO M PIUT9 bud m r-- T nrTfTriBirf .lit - wINTFr ii nil i MW. W 'ld M I 1 ad HFHAh uThr After WMOH MM my, .though the WMHMft HASPS " f COAT ... if JSTAPI.C5 1 HOOKS U(M LOCKS CATCHESl" i I. i I. . i tWf Kvili " 1 Jw ffj.. X J 3 WE HAVE EVERY THING YOU WANT IN NAIL 5 HAiWARE! 5 h " from ever sflMkiitsr tii, n n n i k v .He' sitbeJi. and: ease ft'.Kn g glance' toward Mittl cottawr jrhjjje the: piqukht "who bd captured his hea rt hved ajae with INCORPORATED ncTTather.'salTcoiitractor iri the mploy of the lanT'coospany. "I ; paving tne eage or tne setuement uciiuiu jiixiiy uoe visitea tne iqneiy point of sanH find, beach grass where PUZZLE. the, ikey-pdistodd,.Wouad "hi clock and started briskly on the return Head Coach Howe., told at the Yale training table a football story. journey, wnisuing witn growing rue Jinelisn. he berran. "are With an-I- e working capital, exceptional collection arrange- cheerfulness" as he thought of his .bed and the coffee'' pot on the back crazier over football than we are; ment?, and a thoroughly organized office system this bank has the ability and disposition to extend to its customers oi tne station stove, aor tne late au- Whyi there will sometimes be nearly tumn air was chilly. As he repassed j.uu,uuu jngnsn at a single iootoan .trery facility warranted by safe, conservation banking. the Robinson' cottage herJooked, and game. sighed again from force of habit; "Two Englishwomen ofper cent interest on Time Certificates of but he sniffed inquiringly. At class were drinking 'fctar-al- -e'the lower in a front window an uncertain gleam of 'pub' one afternoon. deposit '"What's the, matter v with 'ee, reddish light had caught his eye? though it flickered and disappeared Bess?' said the first woman. " 'Ah'm puzzled said the second. so quickly that he almost doubted ' its existence. "I certainly do smell '"What about, Bess V Nat Gaither, President; J. E. McPherson, Cashie. smoke, thdugh' he muttered; "and "Yellr ye see, my tfarge's- on the H. L. McPhersoi Asst. Cashier. there's the light again, for sure. football team,, an' when, the teanru Funny, too, for it was all dark when wins he treats me to fried' fish an'' the I went past before, and Elsa said inqvii!s,'Out wnen it loses-- , ne gies me up;,.r that she and herfather were going " 'Well, Bess, I knbw aU about ashore today to? stay overnight. Wonder, if they've changed their plans, hat. Buf wliaf a puzzlinr thee? or jilaybe theyve left a"' fire in the That!s what I asked.' - - - KENTUCKY.' HOPKINSVILLE stove and something's ;gone wrong !'y "Vcll, ye seertoday?s; match end " house-a- cd in a draw.'" Joe Waa running toward the ' '" ' full speed, his senswof duty on; I Only Nations! Gsnk ;n This Gomm'unltvi REAL HEIGHT OF LIONS. the alprt, .for fire as Wjell as water 76,000.0U . Capital),, ...v'.Y.i. j.. may can tne government uie saver Three feet or a little over is the $urplusijl$i:i.j !J. 25.000.0P " into action; The shutters were open',, real height of good sized lions and Stockholders' Inability 75.000.00 "i and, looking in at a front window, tigers. And when sportsmen realize ; V'rasbe TRAVELER'S CBE0K8 GOOD IN ALL PARTS : he discovered that the glare what an extra six inches or nine inchan open doorway inside. He-ra- es added to the stature involves in the to the rear, and a glancei through' increased length and. general bulk, to rr $ a v i n g s u the kitchen, window showed that the balance the known proportions of the ix4;a-room was aflame and TnrWfer Cent Interest Paid on Savings nncl Tim.!Oeoo' little chance of savingthat there was animaJ I am- equally sare they will the house un- admit that no lion ever scaled any less active measures were- taken at thing like' four feet at the ahoulddr .,,1 ..IMI IIJ II,JitII jU.,.llIIIIW once. He must find out whether the and 'that the' height measurements-oJiouse was empty before '.rorisirig the dead specimens give, quite a false MARTHAID. beard, d. o D.jO, , ' i 'fneighbors and his mates afrthe more. idea J .1 Be.' Phoned' Res. Phone 511. of the actual heights of the, ani 'distant station. , mals in- life. The following are the HoPklnavllla. Ky Phoeni BulTdtn'gl "Can't be there's anyolie liere," he heights at the shoulders of some of '' Office Phone 703 ' reflected, pausing to listen. But our large felidaS : Large lioness, two hark! As the flames shot higher, feet eleven inches ; Manchuria tigress, suggesting a new invasion of the two feefe nine inches; Nepal tigress, stairway and upper floor He1 beard a two feefc eight inches; Sumatran feeble sound, like a gasping cry for tiger, two feet seven inches; large help. Running to the front,, he list- male jaguar, two feet three inches; ened again. Yes, there coulft be no male cheetah, two feet two inchee. doubt of it Some one was"in! the London 2Tield, front bedroopi and the, .stairs were DOMESTIC BOMBSHELL. on fire. There was but one thing tado, and There is a tale told in every big; Barton did it without a moment's house party in Ireland about an inhesitation. With a sailor's quickness and skill, hb climbed one of the col- -, cident in1 the seventies. A peer and umns of the porch, ran over tho roof peeress in their own country houso and broke m a window. A gush of were seated at lunch with their .strangling smoke halted him for a daughter, who was not on the best of. moment, ana a burst otiiame within, i fanned by the fresh ahr, warned him long silence by observing: 'fMother, I was married this morn- that there was no time to, .lose, Ho me. Incorporated. The peeress bore the news with n way to a' bed m the cprneV and severe anPsorvc1 m dragged out the lirnp an'd sense) ess " ; : ' :fonrf..of a girl, in bathrobe aqdlslip-- 4 inS tonf , . 7 You get "down weight," up quality and a fair price when you buy hardware from us. We4have everything .you want in hardware, from carpet, tack up, ; running busily upon concerns of hS Joe, unwillingly, smok own, especially upon one recent ad weiirr, waa lawfhfrtgbwjaiii and ,puehd to the fat. Jtobinson hTkM pinful experience., hi hand wt dip feokjaw MHl Aen . "Wish" I cottW qit tJiimg.b(mt lel his lighter forwaVT "Tiajrf EIm RobiMoiit Litttc Higrhr he excladmed, "you're mSgty act 'like abe wm...b 5) akjMt herei 1iere' your duchM .aad,MM.iabL.(WBed tfce ehance to look at a real 4 Elaa, iww mor f&nrationlly because I'm ,tertrr JWW'ii U.eerf cldtheoS but fluM arW disheveled ice aikI haven't )ewi' ent in n; ha; glanced aHVly at him in painful em a show life aTr' YBnr biys, Jejok bafrafsmaiit.. JoJi steady blue eyes sice m the Hwmaf? flictttrar srfa tetttrnd her gaw.qitiUy While he she, but yeu'dbetter Wait,- - till you're waited h chaser o slip" away into bad KHe :eiperiap(j before ya nj '""Sudenlwith a little sound, haff me again to xAjrry I, doA't" want nothinfr biit. a. ml hio,'!akys Mb, Sli laugh,. abe ran io him and threw her arm about his mckhm- she, tHrniDf up nr. Uttle Jffi.HL'-jitv'l ax'-MLrh- tT it wu ill or0rr and th wd btftn to ftrtiip tionnd them Jwh tmaUia into hio M proffer lyrapwthy Jamen Robin warm lit Uk! lifeAvinjr. station son apwe jxutBj. "ThaaJt you The night was oier dark, with iriemis, ne "yon'te ft light westerly brcenfe, and the auri all worked like Iieroea and KlfR am broke o.n the inlet bar with hushed sleepy semvd. In spite of the fine I appreciate it. Now I'd like to aee the fellow who got us out & tliwe weathei.Joe sent dutiful glances ee want fo thank him for lfc? Ills wuru r& irequent imemusj one ner- I voice trembled and he or Knows, isut bis thoughts were It wMjMi.inett, abd another hoar . sai-mrttily- Joe Barton, rarftntfi No, 6, wu the aeawia the inlet and of Jus patr4 atted it from total deatruction. tfl beat effort of a men of the little aetUemen toafcw m m tb) (KM Mb. dMto Cut Prices ON , 1 1' -; DRUGGET: - 8ton, $12,50 Drugget For $10.00 " " $14.00 ..$13.00 (t U $10.00 $20.00 $20.00 $25.00 U $22.50 $27.50 , If you want bargains in Druggets come to -- r my. itere, i win save you money. i i Nttable M. JONES, EopkiniYille, Ky cte to keef lof-aiiUfiicTo-w "OhJoe PLANTERS HiARDWARE GO. ! kie' forgive me foVleKig" you rave. and tnle all mered. Then she lifted her head from his should'et' and sniiled back .pioudiyaF the sym' pathetic townsfolk. "Joe," she added, aloaa, "this would be a good time to . announce, our 6nrairement fjjq- -' i' wouldn't it?." JSfew York ?ress. v del Sankiog Facilities st . - Jhree . IBANK OF HOPKINSVILLE 1 - - rd placeon South Virginia street, 'stone Club; composed 'q the young- -' er attorneys, will be held at Hotel and ladies will be Latham present for the firsl; time. The program, following the feast, will conr speeches. sist of interestioa; way. He resides at Ced. ar Rapids;. Iowa. He came to Hop-Clever Idea of Thieves. kinsviHe from a visit made in comp method of robbing hoAn any with his wife to Panama Canal tels Is exposed hr the Geraan papers. Zone, cominjfhen on Christmas day Two young men of excellent appearand vi&itingr Mr. Field and his fam- - ance are moving about Germany, stay ly until Saturday night, wheo he ing at tho best hotels in the Ieadln holiday resorts- - After dinner ono o.s aiid Mrs. Vawter resumed their them amuses the hotel guests witl journey homeward, q.ntn train songs, pianoforte solos and anecdotes ime-o- n Saturday night, Mr and thus keeping the majority or them in companwhile Mrs. Yawter were ,guesta of honor the drawing room, private, his rooms for ion, rassacks the at a dininc- at tke Christian riarson- - jQoaey and valuables.- '" nge. li is hoped tjiat Mr. Vawter Mr. Vawter is a chief owner and a .chief manager of the R'edpath Vaw ter Chautauqua Association and as stfeft is in touth with vast numbers of the American people in a most to-nig- ht in the fiefAOR of Mr. Keith Vawter. the son and hroiher fc'pe:ltvely of Mrs. Flora Vawtr and Mrs. R. A. Field, who resiie at the Dr. Wood- - will hereafter be a more or lest reg' ular yisitor here, inasmuch as bis Puring the latter part of last mother and sister are residents week the town bad'a notable visitor .of the town. Kmim. . Blackstone Club. Th'eVntouaVbanguet pf the BkickS after-dinne- - - W$$t- Ration al'ank - 'XlNITEbSTATEQ DEPOSITARY,' i t '. - yXllil OLIVE ZEST The combination that cure ffoes wild about eon it has no equaL ! 1 shone-throug- xf yorld. r eg la depaptmekt f Fsep;a.arker, OSTEOPATHS 'it -- Prcei Moderate Quality Highest. LET US SHOW YOU. - I W. T. C00PR & CO. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS. CITY BANKandTRUST CO, (eSS&lsk) '!t:APiiiALSiOvJK.$6a.ooolQil ! Black Hdw. Co. ti f d?BiLgb I W' .'oo 1 kapebofore tho smoke overpowered private matforyoir might Wait until vluH JieW1 On the floor lay an old nian, ' " V jsfeji'pArtly dressed oii'd WcQn;iquL ' jHqiv. hot got .tlipm bqth ou,'i.Ue B,ut nxother.U is James I mar-Toand down to the erqundA"Jde' mW never know, but he somehow acconir it, and, dragging tljQjn tp a' yHALtNQ !?fORfPl'f A.CIFIC. pli ; safd disjajfco, ran to summon hrt) i Hq had not far to Jit)i 1 ' ' iLrU a Via X,nA i.l . JL V "At leaSt, DGt Ore tCU lHg SUCll 8 WEINVJTE YOU '-- To join us in business help-eac- t We can- -- h -- of other- We gk s "inevery-v.'ay't- o" favr, n6tvrpai'ihglSkjnYflifdl,lfiia :bil its"'own' 'alarm, antl inqn" 'fbflfe-- ; ,$LjbtjtWVBaJgs UUVwltUIUll rttef-e-at- LU bile I vvhql'os, Bk . i t , .m1 K O ,: This Office, 'r'wli'l . gathering from oil direcjW juy'Q)" tliem the members of tiife-savfn- g crew. Joe went to1 woif with the soih v;omfi otV'1" the la'tcr arrivals ypd their shill to. rpvive and cheer the unfortunate o.wb - 'toa'st of 'Vancouver island fibm the Scclnrt and Kyuquot sfajions have returned to port at Victoria to go irto. winter quarters at Pouit EIJico. -- bvo five vhaiifitefliui'rB tho been operating oj sporuj wluuh wept of oiircUstohiehi.r 'ItfJL TANDY, PrpsideHt., JNO, P. TRIGS VfJWsl' Tt' 4 JU. IxRA L. SMITH Cashier, BROWNING, JR., AsstCash, 3 FCR CEWT. . IftJMT . PAID 9f TJK PEPOtTj ; Vancouver Sun. ' z . - ttA WHAT THE YOUNG BOYS ARE D9M6 Local Paragraphs Date It 1018 tomormr. i Art 70a goMff to 'wmtt. off' to- JftMt NMN mn Om 4v jm iaoyq tfiAM ft tfcto4y iwttoMP as rtyt miiit LANQ WWfey Mm Pi IhAtfalff jm4 Hr th f jRipM stun nm ftjfMbtty ? BETTER THAI TREK FATHERS Increased Vttia,M Shwn In th Kx ' Dmn4rft4 hlbltisn at the Mannr In Which Yunfr Gn rAttn It Advancing! During the months of November arxl December the county papers all over the state were fall of glowing accounts of the Boys' Cor show. Probably -- Bathing that the boys baveone in years has created sucE a" widespread Interest as tUese same clubs. The large cities of tho state had not been affected by this enthusiasm uhtiMhe Ken tucky Boys' Corn club held Its exhibit at tbermory tfov. 21 to 80. 4 i One hundred boys from the various counties that had corn clubs tills tenWrs each for the city peor ple'to' see what was being done. Not oaly the public, but t&e, great daily newspapers grew very much Interested. A- number of editorial; appeared during tbe teudays of the exhibit, and almost daily a picture or some successful corn grower appeared. This display contained Ave varieties of corn. As the visitors to tho exhibit asked questions pr read carefully the labels that were pinned beneath each display of corn they began to exclaim: "There must be some mlstnko in this. We never raised that much corn on the farm when I was a boy," or, "Why, those yields are twice or three times the amount of a first class crop of corn In that neck of the woods!" Bnnkers and grain men looked 'at the statement of yields, scratched their heads and began to flgure on what such crop's would do for tho, finances of the state. Mothers and educators smiled and wondered how much mischief had failed to materialize because the boys wore out in the sunshine cultivating and thinking of the crops they wero growing. It did seem a great pity that more of tho boys who had entered their corn sea-ftnjse- In toulsville In connection with tbe Chllds' Welfare exhibit, morrow? yoa can data If you live 100 It 2018. Now let every tom that Jova tfcra oW town bfin boast in it N'r tmi-Uriflga for mxi-tm-r. If you are gthm to th mfrtt ration secure your hotel - aeeomroodh Hons rtowk The hotel have doubted ami trebled' prices, tHooffh. The public schools opened yesterday, after ten days holiday. THE RAYO LAMP gives a clear, soft light. Easy on Have you began wishing for Tab tbe eyes. Made of solid brass, nickel plated. erfiftcle entertainments yet? Lighted without removing chimney or shade. Easy to clean and rewick. Old Hopkinsvilte m metropolitan THE RAYO LANTERN la strortg and durable. Doesn't enough to have froten- snow hpm smoke. Doesn't leak. Doesn't blow out in the wind. RAYO LAMPS AND LANTERNS the streets hauled off. Are Sold by Dealers Everywhere The expre ccwpjdea hav-STANDARD OIL .COMPANY cut rates on prune from Call Jackion. Miw. (hdnwaHJ h LetrifrlH, Kjr. JicluoaviHa, FK. Birmlmlmm, Al. AtkaU. Ga. form's and the boarding house keep era ought to be happy. Thanks are due .to the parcel post, which goes into operation tomorrow; TWO DEATHS Rev. Charles L. Nourst will not Resolutions Of Respect. move into the First. Prebyterian( church manse, but will continue to Of Patiehts At Western State live in Hla own home, on East SevAt a regular meeting of the Board enth street. Hospital.. of Directors of the Planters Bank & r The revival services at the First Trust Co. held Thursday, December, Baptist church begin next Sunday. the 26th, following resolutions were Belle Vernon, a patient from War Tfen county, sent here for treatment Every City Council has ..wrestled unanimously adopted; WHEREAS, since the last meet-fn- g eighteen months ego, died at the with the house numbering puzzle, is gradually being worked of this Buard, our beloved chair- Western, State Hospital of but it so that if you cannot man, Mr. Joseph F. Garnett, has chronic dementia, aged 69 out so near give your street number you are been called to his eternal home, years. out of style" as well as "out of after a useful and religious life of jMike Turner, aged 31 years, of Ohio County, died of consumption sixty, eight years, therefore, be it date." RESOLVED; That in the death He had b' en in the institution six TAX SUPERVISORS of Mr. Joseph F. Garnett, this com- years. He was born in Hayti. The remains of both were interred munity has lost one of its best and most respected citizens; this Institu in the hospital burying ground. Will Meet Here for Business tion a strong and loyal officer, and DR. GEO. CAMPBELL this Board a wise, faithful and Next Monday. H valued member and counselor. RESOLVED; That while our Stricken With Paralysis, Not The Christian Connty Board of Chairman has been removed from tax supervisors will begin q five Improving. days' session here next Monday. our midst, still his influence should Members of the board are M. L continue always with us and his u honorable and conscientious Elb, W. J. Murphy,. John Pendleton, The latest intelligence from Dr. Robert McGaURhey, Al P'Pool, J. christian life remain firm in,; our Geo. N.' Campbell, who was stricken R. Stamps and Bernaid Atkinson. memory. with paralysis in Washington ten RESOLVED; That these reso- days ago, is not encouraging. One lutions be spread upon the records side is paralized and his face also. Beware of Ofntments for Catarrh Thai ContairrMereury of 'this Board; a copy furnished the Hi's power of speech is not .entirely aa mercury will "surety1 destroy the senso family'of our deceased associate and lost, but Mrs. .Campbell, in her last of Small and completely derange the letter to the Doctor's sisters here whole system when entering It through also to the press. the mucous surfaces. Such articles should says, he talks very little and, her letT. W. BLAKEi. never bo used except on prescriptions ' ter is of a despondent tone. from reputable physicians, as tho damage JNO.'H. BELL. they will do is ten fold to the gQOd you can possibly derive from them. Hall's T. J. McREYFOLDS. Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Adam's Satisfaction. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., contains no John T. EDMUNDS., mercury, and Is taken Internally, acting . Adam was Burveylng tho animals directly upon the blood and mucou3 surCommittee. ho was called upon to name. He faces 6f the system. In buying Hall's A copy, attest. A. H. ECKLE3. smiled with satisfaction as he reCure bo sure you get tho genu-n- n Catarrh a tnken lnternallv and made In It Secretary. marked: "Whatever else may hap Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Tes- - i it S Mfii Arti rn ioUmpsand Lantern, For Camps and Cottages - s dy .j : exhaua-tiorufro- m 'Ttt a kn6t your hftkdlnnskMC csr 6mlhi miglitlly of wtfr John, and you'll la not forget It," Me, Mid tllthers. 'Te, Mid Waggles. "I koop 11 the wife when sh6' asks ydu to!return, something homo Whon you tlMt war to koop the moths out of my from tho city at night 'iar.' Itnthor simple system of mnomonlwf J "Your furt" domanded Sltthors. Isn't it? No complicated rlgamani "TTJiat fur?" of mystic numbers like most of tW "Sliow-fur,- " Bald Waggles. Judge other memory systoms, and one tlfcaC we all know Is vonderfully effective. A Significant Sign. ' Did you ever stop to think "Arethoso two In front of us hua wonderful part in tho history what of the oand and wlfo?" world this Blinplo tying of a knot ha' "I don't think bo." played? asks tho Memphis Commer"What makes you think they ars cial Appeal, Of course, you rememba; not?" tho most famous knot and how Ale "Because whon they mot, ho raiacd ander untied it with his sword. ills nat to her, and then took her bua But older even than that, thought dies to carry for her." not so well known, Is tho history Um& Darius, on crossing tho Istlr on hi Up Against It. Scythian expedition, left with fM "Pa, I want to go la for a career, Greeks appolntod to guard tho brlifff (What would you advise?" a thong with a of knots la Jfe "I dunno. Politics Is crooked, and One was to bo number each day. B? undone law, medicine and dentistry aro over Darius did not return before tho kaafc crowded." was untied tho forces worst "That doesn't loavo me much of an knot down tho bridge and depart. 1f tear opening. I have no talents for baseThen knots have been used, as &Isw ball." gunge tho "gulpu" of tho Incas oC Peru consists of a number pf thoaty .THE YOUNQ DOCTOR. hanging from a top band, th meanlac; depondlng on tho color of Che t&oac; and tho number of knots fled fix K and their order of arrangement! Among the Polynesian trfbetf tb knot is used to make person thing and places sacred they are wmrraaafS-e- d by strings tied In a certain of knot under mystic cere monies saflf thus rendered 'tabu" Inrlola Among tbe Laplanders and glnlnrt" era It is a popular custom by mean of tying certain knots to ratso th wind or to oalm the storm. Along In tho middle ages witness to a document wero known as pod- toros (knotters) becauso It was thai tho usage that when they signed thcirr name they should also tlo a knot lathe string that was attached to that Tear Wle," WW?' m e-f- document. So you see when wrlfey asks you tor tie a knot In your handkerchief so aar Grace Dr. Violet la practlclnf not to forget her errand, sho Is only now. Isn't ho? exorcising a custom that has cosmt Ethel (blushing) Yes. down from tho primitive times. Grace What are his hours 7 Ethel From 8 to 10:80 usually, but when pa's out he stays later. HUSK THE RICE BY HAND The "gentle reader" now Is not Thought quite so highly of. Tho human dynamo Is what The magazines all love. I Strenuous Times. Msthods In Use In Burma Are SuofK I tlble of Improvement, According to American Ideas. The most popular method used tlmonlals free. Sold by Druggists. Prlco 75c per bottle. Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. i I the Burmese for' husking rice is byl Watchnight Meeting. or revolving mill,! the "chlko-set- " .which is" worked by hand. This mlDI Tiiere will be a watchfjight serwoven bamboo. Iowh vice at the Cumberland Presbyterian is made of stationary, ,$vlth Tho .cons er half is a Dec. 31, 1912,. be- shaped head of hardwood and bambc church ginning at 10:30. A cordial invitf-tio- n extending within the upper half, whicM is extended to everybody to revolves around this cone when push-- ! come and spend the hours with us ed backward and forward by means tho handle. Hard bamboo tylg3 exA until 12 o'clock. tending crosswise in th upper pox J. B. ESHMAN, Pastor. tlon husk tho rice against tho cone Between the two sections Is a sr pen thero never' will be a. shortago ' Get youf Job Pririfindone atthis opening through which the rice, In tho supply of party emblems." into a plate or basket. Take the Kentuckian for the news, office. The other method Is by a woodet j mortar, tho pestle consisting of able of wooa at tne ena or a neavy working on a lever, which Is ralseq and lowered bvAho welcht of the QI ator's body as he stepa on and oft th tc-nic- rf 3. conn JS KINO. In the exhibit could not have seen the admiring .crowds thu.f stopped, talked and exclaimed over the splendid work they had, done. It is a work that is destined to revolutionize our boys and perhaps at the same time revolution-"lztheir fathers and elder brothers. One fond father whose son hnd a yield of 103 bushels to the acre remarked: "I've got two little chaps in the Corn club in my home county. They're small, but they're all right One is ten and the. other twelve- - The older "boy "was in tho club list year and raised eighty-flv- o bushels. This year ho's got 103, and we are plannin' to get 150 bushels next year. Yes; we're goin' to uso a lot of fortillzors an do things right, becauso I just want te see bow much tbey can raise on one acre. 1 want to see It worse than the boys -- HAPPY NEW YEAR! 'I o further, end of the bar. These nhirrta nrn manufactured locally. There 1b no doubt iCconsIderahil market in Burma for 'm all rice chines caDablo of handling two hn dred baskets per day of twelve hot costing c. 1. f. Rangoon about ?80, basket is the unit of moasure In rice trade Of Burma anacjansisia pounds unnusked sevcnty-lWpounds c must be pKvTdeJ wl !2Sa separators and three outsnootfl, for white rice, coodie and husk. forty-seve- n e Srue rscJ Cross-Eye- d d 1913 It's, the sam ofd savins 61fer and nvsr wtCm Af 'frnm tite our Jiearts we thank you, one and all, for your past liberal patron We have 5""u jrecu, uukwiuiautuuing me iacc mac our wneat crop was shorty and the tobacco season for the farmers has been late-a- nd of course money matters nave been unsettled. Our county is an agricultural county and we have quite a large tobacco' crop. Our opinion is that it will bring a good price from now oh. Of course, the quality is not as gooa as it was last year yet, it will bring lots of money inthe ao-nin...v- Thero is a cross-eyeland who 1b an enthusiastic shooter. Furthermore, he is an pert. His record Is a thing to proud of. One day last autumn nervy friend ventured to Question "YOU Gunner. man in are 66 do." W cowpeaV U During the exhibit a number; ok re ports camo in concerning tbe great tdze of soma, of the crops ths season. It,s, very wobableftata great 0$ yvllljexfecd thelfQiJs&el mark) "vbich was not renched last season, Tho man paused for a moment before he continued: "You know, they call it the IJoys' '.Corn club, Why, I've learned more, about corn1 in the past two years than both of my boys put together. I tell you wbat I'm goin' to do. I am goin' to plaat just half as much land as usual la cora next spring, an' I'm goin' to. try to raise Just tho same number of bushels. Then I'll have the rest of the land for straight." tell you mv aeeMf. r aqui long tho lejrt barrel "witi tey rl. Tjyu, ana i squint along the fight rei wjiu my leti eye" fchoot 'that I don't see bow vou horrlbir ai-- a "ni AUd then I fire Dota barrel V ) A' 1 nuj v county and give work to thousands of hands, , ?v . January, February, March and April will be good .business months . We will be prepared for all the business that is entrusted to. us., We are. better equipped to handle it more goods to sell, better houses, triore efficient clerks. We are well satisfied with our new location and; have Had a big increase in v our business. fere's hoping that the New Year will bring you ana: yours a full share of fll'thejgqod things of the earth and that health and happiness" will reign supreme .. hi juui uuucuyju, xour irienas, t . filS- -i l?ne.oonevolent ia ? fn Monty. looking dated buggy?" ,:BTSftl. " t.h,who practice." oasea. m ViT who Ahd M He'a ve . aped . l. . th ""numwui uuiomoDue; wlthta r four In livery?" "Oh. tlratDrrmimnlim, who a specialty (it treating taniAi n "U JUOL WniriAtl tin4- - . FIVE THOUSAND BOYS ,JOIftljl TUB BOYS CORN GL YEA It. FOUR TIIOUSAND GREW AN ACRE OF CORN UNDER GOVERNMENT INSTRUCTION. C. R. CI rk & Co; - I". Incorporated - Wholesale' and-elja- Tl Grocers tim. s Modern ConvanUnaaf; u.u TniNO WHEN TIIEY,Kj;D,4T. H THE BOYS KNOW A GOOD " t raodevn c6nvoni uibcub yie-raa- i THE AVERAGE, YIELD OF CORN IN KENTUCKY' 1$ 'i'WENTY-NINJJUSHBL& PER A0RI5. AN IN CREASE OF FIVE BUSHELS PEB ACRE WOULD MEAN US 000,000 iSI AO CENTS PER BUSIltflJ Wer; W,cnen th Uthrbay, mK jiM- Hot w no country asvn family may regarding Stepped Those Pubs. POISONS IN PLANTS DO GOOD Ob wpertmente Tenej te v-htif L. & N: Tim Card tf Flrttot UwNiti WtKlt la urates tnMry, taya Writer la N. 121 Effective Sunday April 90, 1911, Va. Ko, 61 St. L. Express 6:35 No. 96, Dixie Flyer, 9:01 Ma. B5 Honk nsvil o Ac. 7:05 Me. JB3 St. L. Fast Mail 5:83 TRAINS GOING NORTH, JNn. 92 K? TRAM3 GOING SOUTH. 88 C ft N O. Lim. 11:56 P. C p. t a. m a. m a, C. & St. L. Lim., 5:25 a. tr St. Louis Express. 9:53 h Ma. 94. Dixie Flyer, 6:52 p. No, 56 Hopkinsville Ac. 8:55 p. Ne, 84St.L. Fst Mail, 10:10 p. Nr. 9R and 94 will make Nos. 90 and 91's stops except 94 will not stop at Mannington and No, 95 will not atop at Mannington or Empire to. 52 and 54 connect t St. Louli and oUui ytiati west. Ko. 51 connect at Outniie tor MemphU oLnit aalar south as Erin and for Lonlsvl ClnclBoatl and e Bast. at Out No. 53 and 5 make direct conn rls lor 'LoulsTllte, Cincinnati and all point art and east thereof. No. 53 and 55 alto con Met tor Memphis and nay points. o. 91 runs thrown to Chicago and: will eo rry oassenjters td point Souui 0 ETinnMr Mn. 4a carouffh sleeoers to Atlanta, k.M JacksonTUle, St.AusrusUne an Tamp, Pit AJroPullmiui sleeners to New Orleans. Cor at Guthrie for1 points East and West. 93 wU not carry 'ocal passenifers iorpntu frcr 111 wm wry fclt with mmudj tfeublee. If one examinee the ordinary aof I tried different docttre trftcoak) el lid will find Ihat in rriost; cases the no relief. I had given up ail story glorifies at least .by implica- ftt of hope ertr wetting we P. I took tion wealth and rank-- . On the other Cardui, and it relieved the pain bv hand at least by implication it my side, and hwi feel like a new encourages a contempt for poverty, i p?rson. It is a wonderful rtedfclne." and, what is worse, for any form, of jMan women arfl c(&,piete(v worn honest, useful labor. If in the course out Bnd rifiennrnrfe(j rtn .f or a tale anv character appears1 - mo aniong uioso who are mtenaea 10 DaTakoCirdul( U)e womana tonic attractive ami lias attributed to mm It8 rec0rda showa tllat Jt wif h lp ,uuy uccupaiiqn oj wmca uc earns ins y0U, Why wait? Try it living, it is usually a very gentle - ' A1 your druggist about it. raaniy one. sawyers, artists, qoc- - Advertisement, iors, cicrgjTnon or siock Droiang kings are the most frequent types. Hi. V. But, while some of these callings At aa examination held la a frater are useful and some aro iiot, vju) in- tcaool a composition ou cats was fluence of fiction docs not end with Ono young hopeful wrote tkJfoilwappreciating them, for it goes on to lng: "Cats that's male for llttta boys girls to maul is called "Mai' pour contempt on all others. All tho teee" and cats. kmo cats ara kaowH sr persons who appear in tho course of their queer purr; these are cattoa the stqrv who fill any really indis- - "JParrsI&n" cats. Others with vac to-da- y Wil!tt rVvUw. nar, of ttrttf place, nys, "F years, I aad a pain in my rifbt tUt? uri Ccfttr BM, Va.-- Mr ef them Ave teeil Hrny Aejalntf m' FREE i PREMIUMS j -- tm at - nonsnhln nfTW nuoh na nrrrirtnlhirnl Inlmrnra finrmnn A. mcstic servants and mechanics are snfnra JUshTllls Tec systematically belittled. This characteristic of uselesjness is an almost inevitable accomani- -' ment to the hero and heroine in most novels. More so in the case of j the heroine than the hero of eourse. How earnestly most wrilers strive to THE convey the impression Ihat if at any time in the course of the story the I d tempera W known M "Aa- ' K0rl" C&t with deep tMXB ate called "Feline" cats. Very flae aa4a are sailed "Magnificats." t. CASTORIA THRICE-A-WJEE- K Children Ory FOR FLETCHER'S OF THE EDITION J C. HOOE. Apt Tennessee Central Time Table No. EAST heroine has to do any "useful work, that is an indignity and an injustice. How carefully the story secures that she shall be delivered from such a position. S. H. Halford, in the Socialist Review. SOME DAY NEW YORK WORLD Practically a Daily at the Price Tne part played by the powerful ehemkal eobetanew aecnted in tbe various, parts el mot pleat is Ja perfectly mifentoottt free pratl acid in some plaata' wa the mark-abl- e discovery made not long ago, and now Professor. Peche lias coo- -. eluded that in, the.clwrry laurel i&ii poison is stored in varioita tissues as a.resorvo plant fo6d. Other Ger man biologists have (bccn. seeking to jirovo that various plant poisons give protection against enemies. Results have been obtained by Prof. W. Pey er tending to show that the various acids, oils, alkaloids. lucoiks and other chemicals of plants are poisoft-ou- s or offensive to rabbits, snails, insects and other creatures. In the pastures tho plants yielding medicinal oils are avoided by both grazing and wild animals. The acid bearing plants, such as are used for human food as salads, are poisonous to snails and slugs, and are protected nearly as effectively against rabbiU. Beans, peas nd lentils contain some unknown poison that causes rabbits and mice to refuse the seeds until the active principle has been "re moved by several washings. An acid product of seedling- roots such as. maize, oats and rye repels snails, as do hairy stalks and sticky surfaces, and plants having bundles of cal cium oxalate crystals are Offensive or poisonous not only to rabbits and snails, but even to. man; - You Want Somei thing Nothing, Here's Your Chance. V In theie days of High Living, it behoove u all to be propositions. The on the lookout for money-savin- e celebrated premium house,, had arranged with a for a line of high class subscriptionrpremiam? and for a short time only is prepared to open a BARGAIN COUNTER that will make every houselceeper sit up and take notice. Here are the articles that you can get absolutely FREE by paying ouf subscription a year ahead, or by taking the paper if you are not already a subicriber Ken-tacki- 1 an WISE BOY of a Weekly. No 4 Taking BOUND EffeH November 17, 1912. .No. 12 Leave Hopkinsville 6.30 a rrt Arrive Nashville... 9:45 a.rr 3:45 p.m. 1H. 14 Leave-Hopkinsville Other Newspaper Low a Price. in the World Gives So Much at So Arrive Na9hville...7:00 p. rr WEST B UND. 7:55 a jt U Leave' Nashville Arrive Hopkinsville 11:10 a.n Ne. 13 Leave Nashville ... 5:00 p.n Arrive Hopkinsville 8:15 p.rr T. Jj. MORROW. Ajtrp' No. THE PRINCESS THEATRE feriGOOD place to go When you come to town taring the family and let Ihem see the show. Matinee Daily 2 O'clock to 5:20 EVENING 7 TO 10:20 r- Admission Children - - lOCtS - 5Cts Averitt's Bed Bog Paste The new exterminator for Bed Bugs, Roaches, Ants and all. other insects. Not only kills and devours the bugs butprevents the eggs frorr hatching. Is convenient to use. Does not run or spread the cracks. A posi' tive exterminator and ' Venative. .Made by the re- - Auderion-FDRUG CO o w1er Incorporated. 3oId by Druggists and Groc- ya at ,25c per bt. with Brush pr applying. Electric liters from patottt.y d baek writaa H. toot worarrifht, lactrio iiltiars t man STORES Stage Manager Thi is the set ting for the balcony scene in "Ro meo and Juliet." Critic But I seem to miss- some thing. Where is the ladder ? The . Stage Manager Ladder ? modern Romeo does nottclimb a; Iad- er. He comes in an airship. body can ufifordd its Thrice-a-Wee- k edition, which zomea every other SCHOOL MA'AM'S WOES. day in the week, except Sunday. It The schoolmistress in England will be of particular value to you Thrice-a-Wee- k Wor d al Haa obstacles to be reckoned with, now. The so abounds in other strong features, not dreamed of by the American schoolma'am. On the opening of the aerial stories, humor, markets, carschool at the Tillage of Earl Stone- - toons; in fact, everything that is to ham, ten miles from Ipswich, after be found in a.first class daily. THETRRICE WORLD'S having cycled fiVe miles in a pouring rain, a teacher found the rector of regular subscription price is only he parish and the school managers S).0O per vear, ancj this pays for 156 barring her entrance though she had paperp. We offer this unequaled oeen chosen lor the place. They newspaper and the Hopkinsville wanted a man for the reason that Ken tuckian together for one year next to the rector the schoolmaster for $2.65. Th tegular subscription price of is the most important functionary in at is who organizes the two papers is $3.00. the village. He all social functions, is secretary of the flower show, leads in the cricket Eight Who Deserve Slaps. Eight men who deserve to be and all tho sports, looks out, for the reading room, the institute, is a pow-- sr ulapped on tho face: He who despises a man of power; in the local lodge of Oddfellows, houBo uninvited- andhe who enters a unwelcomod; ho ta clerk to the parish; council, and is who giveB orders in a house not hl8 often the collector of taxesj own; he who takes a Beat abovo his : position; ho who apeab's to one who does not listen to him; ho who inFOR THE 8AKE OF BREVT.Y. trudes on the conversation of others; in Qermany," he who seeks favors from the ungen"I heard a story erous; and he who expects love from jays Schmittnacht, who haa; just re- his enemies. From a Persian Saying. turned, "about a novelist and an editor. The editor had ordered a story of a certain length, and the novelist had written several hundred words FOR FLETCHER'S too many. In order to make the story fit the 6paco at his disposal the last few paragraphs were condensed into a single sentence. This is the Ice And Electric Plant For Sale See the advertisement elsewhere way it read : "Von Bcrken took a small glaee of the Lafayette Ice & Electric Co. of whisky, his hat, his departure, no The company wants to sell by Jannotice of his pursuers, a revolver out uary 1st. Everything in good order of his pocket, and, finally, his life. and now running. Adyertlsement. Plain Dealer. e Tnis is a time of great events apd jyou vvill want 'the newa accurately ai.d prompth. The Democrats, for the fits, time in sixteen j ears, will have the Presidency and thtiy' will nave ihn Prfsidency and they will l ' ja'Ho control Imth branches of Con- f?res. inH political news h sure to be of the most absorbing interest. There is a great war in the Old Wpr d'; and yoi may rpad of the the vast Turkish Empire in Europe.josUas a few years ago yi.u read how Spain lost her last foot of soil in America, after having ruled ihe empire of half-thNew World. The World long pince established a record for imuartihlity, and any. I 1. Half Ooien Tea Spoons. 2. Carvina: Xnlfe and Fork 3. Midget Kitehen Set, 3 pieces. 4. Patent Teneion Sprint; Scissors, 5. Sanitary Paring Knife 6 One Hand Egg ' Beater ami Cream '"whip. Samples of these goods can be seen at the Ken tuckian office and to see them Is to want them. For 80 days every cash subscriber for one year will be given cither one of tne premiums numbered 1 and 2 or any two ot those numbered 3, 4, 5 and 6, upon payment of $2. Subscribers whose times are not yet out, may take advantage of this proposition by paying a year from date of ex piration of their subscriptions, Premium No. 1 One Set of 6 Tea Spoons. The design is a brand new pattern, of fine style and good grade, carrying a heavy plate of pure Silver on a 'Nickel base, French Grey finish. Free with one year's subscription at $2. Carving Premium No. set, consisting of a carver 13 inches long, 9 inch blade, and pot tork 12J inches long. These are something worth while, blades of crucible steel, hand ground under wstei, and oil tempered, thus securing a flexible blade that will hold its edge; handles first quality cocobolo securely riveted with brass rivets. These goods tell at high prices and are good to use in anybody's home. Free with one year's subscription at J?rmium No. 3. Midget Kitchen Set, packed in box 2 Paring Knives with. temp red steel blades and one Can Opener with tern- pared cutter, waterproof handles on all A dandy high grade premium. Pr'eioiara No. 4. Patent Tension Spring Scifseors 8 ineh size, guaranteed for two years, the best premium shear on the market. Its sale has been enormous and every "lady should have a pair. Premium No. 5.Sanitary Paring Knife, solid aluminum handles. This knife is G& inches long, blade of exsteel, ground by tra quality-crucib- le hand on grindstones under water and oil tempered, insuring a flexible blade that will hold its edge indefinitely. The aluminum handle is cast solidly and securely to the blade, leaving no crevices to hold dirt, making blade and handle practically high-grad- one piece $2. Premium No. 6. The One Hand Egg Beater, a perfect Egg Beater. Cream Whip and Mayonnaise Mixer This is a desirable premium in every way, just what every housekeeper nedds. It is Simple, Sanitary, Durable, Quick and Effective. Hardwood handle, fiber finish, Oil tempered Steel Spring; guaranteed. Great beating capacity, six heavy Wiresx Ball bearing foot or rest prevents slipping. Thi8 is sure to be a popular one with the ladies. Any two of the 4 lastname-- prem iums given free with a, year's subscription at $2. J Mr. Newwed When we were on our honeymoon trip no one could tell we were a new bride and groom. Oldwed How did you manage it? Mr. Newwed Every time we came to a tunnel I got up and got a drink of water. OLD BRASS AND PLATE. These Offers Good Until January 1. WANTED! -- And will pay high- est cash prices for The lucky possessor of, a genwine bit of brass, or real Sheffield plate candlestick through whose' silver coat tho mellow copper gleams, is often at a loss how to clean the 'antique without injuring. Tarnished brass or copper may be cleaned with j, a mixture of rottenstone, gum oxalic acid and sweet oil. Use three-fourtof a pound of rotten-- , olU ara-bichs Butter, Eggs, Hens, Spring Chickens, Turkeys, Ducks and Geese, Cow Hides and Sheep Peflts, Get Our Prices Before Selling. PHONES: ...26. Home stone powdered of an ounce of gum arabic, an ounce of oxalic acid, an ounce and a half of sweet oil and just enough water Cumberland. to reduce tho mixture to a thick paste. Eub tho article well with the paste; then with a cloth, and finally three-quarte- rs 1322 - :i Old plate with a bit of leather. should not be rubbed with a cleaning powder. ' Shred a pound of yellow kitchen soap into two quarts of water and add a handful of gashing soda. Whip the boiling suds to "a thick lather and boil each piece of silver for two minutes in the Buds; rinsing afterward in clear wafer and then polishing with a soft bit of cotton cloth. CONDEMN The HAYDON PRODUCE CO. HERBERT L. HAYDON Manager. Special Low Rates VIA THE fAUSTACHE. Children Cry -- CASTORIA N.C41aiti y DM yea asa a &ies taiat plaee, te Wfmi the saasetir "Yes," reel lee Mr, Mother ;Now go kiss mum feed SUKE FACT. Greweber. "Kvwybeey alee la the alght and let hr put you to bed. faatlly west away aad I stayee aaase.'' "This couple want their weddi! Little Helen Doat want to She Wftfckiste Star. & chronicled as a marriage ia hifh Deeimber 18, 14, 17, 19, 30, 21, 22, 18 , H, M, 11, 1112 aad January steps folks that try to kiss her now, 1, 1913, life." Mother Why, what a story, LWW Returning te January 6, 1913. For farther inferaaatk ippjy to "now dp they make that out?" Helen I "They were laarried in an FOR FLETCHER S HelenrWcll, you ask pap if 4he C. don't. 'Dartmouth Jack o' Lantern, 1 0MCRVIN9 pHILD. Niac Qvlet f1frM. English doctors who grow raus ran tho risk of spoiling their practice. G. V. E. Russell, in "One Look Back," remarks; "Quito certainly tho first time I ever fell into, tho hands of a mustached doctor was in 1877. Everyone coa demned the hirsuto appendage as highly unprofessional and when sooa after the poor man found his way into a lunatic asylum, neighboring doctors were not surprised, that there was a bad family history, and that he himself had shown sigaa of eccentricity, That meant the mustache and nothing elee." tachea once ACCOUNT Christmas and New Years Holidays. Dates of Sak: Children Gry J. HOOE, Agent; ii'.--. In 4' A'- - NEW IN frocks SWEETS FROM MAPLE ALMOtTANY NUMIIK Of GRADES TO SELECT FROM. While There ts a Suffestlon of th tltle, the Majority of Gowns Are of Round Length Soma of the 8lmpl'cyr Although tho street oult la generally tho first fall purchase, the women who dress tastefully and correctly In tho houso also look for indoor frocka at this time. There arc grades in tho now houso frocks as in everything else. Somo are too magnificent almost to bo looked at, as well as a shade too eccontrio with their varied loopings LHHIIIw or distinct panlers to seem sultablo for any but the idle rich. But out of tho hurly-burlof suggested bustles sorad of the rear loopnga of tho skirts are moro than a mere hint of tho old turnsre the pointed trains, exaggerated tight sleeves and inorThV Above is, a Cut of. Ouif Latest Improved Flat Work Iroher, The Best, Grade dinately high and tight collars, thero are features which all tho world may of Work With No Wear on Goods. ' copy to advantage. For example, tho majority of tho dainty gowns are of We also have aa advei t aed the Prosperity Collar and Cuff Shaper, which prevents collar breaking and rouDd .length, and even leaves room for tie to slide. In the shirt department we have cuff presses and latesf- improved Bosdm Ironer, ing of tho Bklrt seems if somo loopto be needed all of with experienced wotkmen insures best of work for HOPKINSVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY, for the look of style every species of j drapery is capablo of much simplification One Now York shop which devotes itself entirely to indoor gowns refuses to entertain the elaborate house Of course you use an antiseptic in your styles, showing little costumes of a family and In the caro of your own per sort any woman might wear or copy son, and you want the best.. for us in a modest home. Silk and Instead of what you havo been using wool fabrics in all such as liquid or tablet antiseptics or in j aro made up in of tho new whites style, tho peroxide, won't you please try Paxtine, a, concentrated antiseptic powder to be bodice treated to rolling polo collars t dissolved in water as needed. and cuffs in color or black, and the Paxtino is more economical, more belt of tho same. Th sides of tho cleansing, rrioro germicidal and mora Bkirts Bhow the panier influence, some healing than anything you ever used. or the Bide breadths being gathered to bulge out, or the garment displayIn fact, I carry the Best Line of Goods to be found in any ing a definite tunic, parted at the Grocery. Call and Bee for yourself. Phonet 314 and 1128. mlddl front and drawn back in two Bkimp puffs, ending in a little flattlsh bunching at th back. Other skirts ANTISEPTIC Once a Customer, Always a Customer.. display the separate tunic with the In tho toilet to cleanse andwhiten looping very low at the Bides, these the teeth, remove tartar" and prevent falling sometimes over plain skimp decay. To disinfect the mouth, destroy skirts of the same silk that trims diseajfc germs, and purify the breath. the collars and cuffs. These demure To keep artificial teeth and bridgework clean and odorless. To remove nicotine and yet coquettish frocks suggested from the teeth and purify the breath asm the needs of the business woman who after smoking. To eradicate perspira-tio- n wishes to make a nice appearance at odors by sponge bathing. the boarding house dinner and be As a medicinal agent for local dressed for evening collars. treatment of feminina ills where pelvio In the shops where busy women catarrh, inflammation and ulceration ; of medium means must always buy exist, nothing equals hot douches of both practical and fine clothes tho Paxtine. For ten yeara the Lydia E. Pinkham Med. Co. has been . "jlarly simple frock for afternoon and evenadvising their patients to use cause ing wear seems very closely related of its extraordinary cleansing, in stylo and material to the skimp and and germicidal power. For this purdainty things one has seen all summ,l pose alone Paxtine is worth its weight lBaaaaaaaaaeaaa''t mer. With sleeves set in or cut with iQ gold: Also for nasal catarrh, sore tho bodice kimono fashion, high walat throat, inflamed eyes, cuts and wounds. line, plain scant Bklrt and low col All druggists, 25 and 50 cents a box. Trial box and testimony' of 31 lars and cuffs or flat sleeve women free on request. bands, these dresses sell in autumn THE PAXTONTOILET CO.,BosTON,!VlAsa challles, silk trimmed, from ?8 up, Have your teeth attended to now. Don't put it off for and in Bilk with appropriate deckings . FOR DELICIOUS CONFECTIONS THOSE FOND OF FLAVOR. itkell fittriiury rhyijeknfj5rjtn Mt Mi HSf Ittl Cr. Dr. B. P. rs. lDrphn u. i At This Seaeon the Sirup Should Be, at to Beat, and Here Are Hh'ei Ways of Employing It to Beat Advantage. I Dr. R. F, McDamol, Practice Limited la ..sk y - For Women Who Care New Nuts, New Evaporated I Goods I Andsthimcsfccmplete line of Can Goods El th citv. Nice, fresh one-piec- e OYSTERS AND CELERY up-to-da- te I J. K. TWYMAN . DEAR DELAYS - ng roll-bac- k more convenient season. They may get in such condition as will be difficult to repair. Our methods are modern. Prices reasonable. Maple Charlotte. One cuif'of grated maplo sugar, one heaping teaspoon of powdered gelatin, one pint of milk, two eggs, two tablespoons of granulated sugar, ono teaspoon of vanilla extract and a half cup of chopped Attorney-t-Uwalnut moats. Dissolve tho maple sugar in a half cup of hot water. DisOffice: Hopper Buildintr, solve tho gelatin In the milk and set on tho Ore. When boiling, add the egg Up Stairs, Front Court Houae. yolks, beaten with the sugar. Stir honea Hopklnavllle, Ky over tho fire till it begins to thicken, then removo from the flro and stir Into It the stiffly beaten whites of tho eggs. Add tho dissolved maplo HOTEL LATHAM sugar, vanilla extract and the walnuts, chopped. Pour Into a wet mold BARBER and turn out when Ann. This is delicious with whipped cream. FINE BATH ROOMS. Maple Bisque. Ono cup of maple Four First Class Artiste. sirup, four eggs, two cups of whipping cream and a few chopped nuts. FRANK BOYD, Put tho maple sirup and tho yolks of the eggs into a saucepan over tho flro and stir until thoy come to a boil, then strain and cool. Add tho whites of eggs (stiffly beaten) and the whipped cream. Pour into a wet m FRENCH FEMALE mold, cover with buttered paper and y tho lid and pack in ice and salt for A Sin, Cmin Bzuir for Sirruin writuino four hours. Turn out and Bprinklo NEVER KNOWN TO FAIL. s.rt s.r.1 Spdr B.il,. chopped nuts on the top. u"lttiT. ""T Rfonded. Stat prepaid for 11.00 Mr box. Will tend thra.n irUl.toD. p.ljfor Man KlltTed. Simple. Frw. If jour drojil.t dM. no Maple Russe. One cup of maplo iww .cum jwii vrueri i, u. UNITED MEDICALCO.. ,o Tt, sirup, two cups of whipping cream, UwfeTtH. r the yolks of four eggs, a half cup of boiling water, one and a half table Soldh HopkhuUU by the AedtiscQ.Fowltr Drug Co, spoons of powdered gelatin, a few Incorporated. ladyflngers. Line a charlotte russe split in mold with the ladyflngers halves. Dissolve the gelatin in boiling water and whip the cream. Scald' the maple sirup and poar it in a fine HUGH stream on the beaten yolks of the eggs, stirring constantly. Cook over THE PLUMBER. hot water "until tho mixture will coat the spoon. Add the dissolved gelatin, Phones 312 s Heat thoroughly, strain and cool. add the whipped cream and pour the whole into tho prepared mold. Turn out when firm. Maple Pudding. Heat two cups of milk, stir in two tablespoons of fine iiinaumei tapioca, cook for twenty minutes and remove from flro. Add the well AMD beaten yolks of three eggs and a pinch of salt. Stir again over the fire till it thickens, then allow it to get cold. Add one cup of chopped nut meats and of a cup of maple sirup. Pllo the Btlffly beaten whites on tho top and serve. Maple Cake. Sift two cups of flour with one and a half teaspoons tt?e&2&? tr. TRIAL SCIRE FREE of baking powder into a basin; rub ?AKD ALL THROAT A$) IUNG TROUBLES in ono tablespoon of butter and add GUAPJVTEEO SATfSFACTOfiy two well beaten eggs, half a cup of oeo. 1 milk and one cup of maple sirup. Mix W II MIL and add a half cup of chopped raisins and one cup of chopped English walnuts. Bake In buttered and floured cake tins in a moderate oven. Eye, Dlti Etr, Nose and Throat. J. B. Aliens worth, w, SHOP, Propr. PILLS. MCSHANe74 I jth Malnjl IB i ffiBM,THE6QUGH CSJRBthe WK6SI two-thir- II gly MECHANICS V f PAINLESS EXTRACTING MY SPECIALTY. if "1 Popular Mechanics Magazine SO YOU CAN UNDERSTAND IT" Next to Court House. DR. FEIRSTEIN Estab. 1902. Using Closed Door Space. Both Phones 23EDEE "WRITTEN H which will hold your interest forever. 230 PASES EACH MONTH 300 PlCTUflES 2C0 ARTICLES OF GENERAL INTEREST Continued Story the AGREATreading at anywhichof you World's Progress may begin time, and McClaid & Armstrong DEALERS IN GRANITE AND MARBLE MONUMEJNTS, CUT STONE, ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WORK. Marble Yards and Office N. Main Street, Between 1st and 2nd Sts. 1 !The "Shop Notes" Department (20 pages) now to maKe , tives easy ways to ao tnings I useful articles for home and shop, repairs, etc. j "Amateur Mechanics" (1? pages) tells how to maKe Mission lurniture, wireless outnts, Doats, engines, magic, and all the things a boy loves. 01.50 PER YEAR. SHMLE COPIES 15 CENTS CEMENT AND LIME Cumb. Telephone 490. F"OR. SALE Hopkinsville, Kentucky. Ask your newsdealer, or WRITE FOR FRK SAMPLE COPY TOBAY POPULAR MECHANICS k 318 W. Washington St., CHI6ASO CO. DR. R. L. BRADLEY. 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Beat the, butter, lard ana sugar together until creamy, then add tho eggs well beat en, tho sour milk, oatmeal, raisInB,V soda, flour, currants and walnuts. Mix and drop on a '.uttorod pan and bake in a moderate oven until ready. Beef Extract. Wipe steak, removo fat, broil for threo mlnutos, turning constantly. Cut In ono and a half inch pices. Cut these two or threo times on each Bide, and squeezo out tho Juice with, a lemon squeezer. Turn into a hot cup, season with salt, and servo as hot m' New Leaf By subscribing Turn Over for THIS PAPER ror r " r? xr GIVE Atrm .'7fr mT A CHEAP COAL IS CHEAP FUEL BORN GENUINE CAS COKE AND GET NOTHING BOT HEAT, COMFORT AND ECONOMY, WITH NO SMOKE, SOOT OR DIRT, AND VERY LITTLE ASH. S5.00 PER TON, DELIVERED, from $10 up. Hero and thero ono la capable of the roost clover changes, tho addition of a chiffon poplum jumper or a fancy sash arrangement turning the plain thing at once into something of the utmost elegance. possible In unmade materials suitable for pimple and smart hoube frocks there Cleaning Leather are many bargains, from the very Shabby leather bags isay be fact that so many summer textures d In appearaaee by beta rubbed caa be used, Silk is always useful weXrtea dreMy howee frock, aa it la ;eer yktte iC u4 t&e iHebe4l correct tor both day veal, ad'turptlH-e-, the fiwil ,)timwu witeree-rubbe the moat charming chalice vwi wiui, son, clean ctotk. eeekM only correct for day wear.. 1m-rev- re si 1 LEAKARir , rniifiTajfl ri t)t a4 ec i KENTUCKY , PUBLIC SERVICE CO. INCORPORATED. Meat Pie Crueta. X woman la sometimes fugitlyt, In rational, indeterminable, lllogieal and contradictory. A great eal of for the bottom crust of bearanco opght to be shown her, I brush qver tbe crust with watte toron mt ni. ml if ar1",,t'-i- t.' 1 f 1ma mw fy fw MBHrg f WRNINGSf 3 ON '..li.i'V HINTS! REMINDERS? A BURNING SUBJECT! Only V Fr foaJOBiits eifide fouler? Twiiaiawr, OVER 10 IW , TO ' COT. Total f 95 feiik dug In 'c.. ! in" mi srt' ha tlMTeftT S'n.le the Enemy, OM Weath- , ... iTV W fousd on earth tlan' HopkkftriUeT -- laatJvJe'Now, s thrive khire S, 3 Mjkka.Jts ..Appearaacel YaurOoal Bin qont? dttha c ' A infre- - t . jth j,T. Jphnsdn, th'eicton ertie Cemtry,, In l)is aiuioal to "X"' fe-p-c 0 V .t, Ma . 8ieairuJy AtUoW r ;m c and Yards 1Ui ft JUi!red Sta PWoae 1844, Cnmb. Phone 156. tWular rflettr, will aay to that body that during theiyear 19IZ w has dujc but 81 graves for adult and 14 for children. He will aleo report that faring th month of December only one pep sori 'died' in the , city, Drv John W. Jordan., In- December but" three other persona were laid to rest in Garnettand Riverside, Mr. K. Harned, of the county, and Mri: Henderson Wa,, who dfed' yee day morning in Ruseellville. In his report to the council Mr. Johnson wffl wy tttt "for the year just closed hf baa jeceived and paid into the city, reaury between 'fl,600 and $1.700. "This amount came into his hMs in the way ol sale' of lots, digging graves and for work done for lot owners. The?record of one death for the month of December was equaled in aB 1 ddth for May; in 1910- -1 death lor November. - hfy Council at'ika next .CV.. JF. 'Mi sariir' appreciates, the adv:ant-;- n thJ giyeshem.-- . Please, call;, andi! .IV :. r I Forbes Manufacturing Co, I Uii.ieiiiiU4Uii4UAiiaiii4iAi u t INC0RPORATED. I . . .SI 'f.l f 16 I. -- ?f.w. . WHY frarear the old'fjat Lens when you ' ; 'can;f?fK;,:our jiew you a.mwibjwider vision? If you have Flat lenses and are satisfied we can duplicate them ini, to this new leHjS without examin?. jog the.eyes, iNo WAlUNG. Can deliver glass's same day order is left. Con a in and Jet us explain why, this lens h ' 7' Rt!PPM - WIDE ANCllE LENSES? Can ltj ou ttha t th'ra Jens gives ' R. 0. HARDWICK, Manuf'g. Jeweler and Optician, Hopkinsville; Ky. 4 ' GO TO THE OLD RELIABLE examined anrf fitted, with oprreqt'jlassee; also your tea watch, hpneatly and 'intelliuanlly repaired. Is always up to date with $hd 'best instruments and methods. Over 30 J ears an optician and jewler, to. y otir .eyes j$, P hce KELLY -- $1 25 Years graduate tometrist. No 8 North Main Op- Hrt, Opp. Uonrt npvm. How to Get the Bet New Books Thib ia an age of books, and every wjp intelligent reader and buyer of books feels the need of keeping informed on the best Tambng the 10,000 new' volunies that ccme from vt he press every year. The wisest- way to ,do MR. HILL'S SSTEI 1 thisie to subscribe for a. good metro-politan newspaper that prints daily Dies at1 lrme DiiigkUr in reviews of the most important books' A. las fast is thpy appear. The Chica- PI- - r. t.V uo t;cvHiJ r1:X.i. generally conoHAt.u'is Mrs. Anna H. Car s( well, wale of ctded to be the leading literary, daf- Geo. W. Oardwell, a well JkoettB y west of Nfe.w Yqrt. It ia fhevtkiy newfpaper m the countrj that prints traveling' man, and sister book news evejyday in thf farv It James D. Uill, of thte city, diei laec cqvera' thewholerange of current Thursday at ber borne in LeewiHe lit&ature as . if it believed books were actually as, intetesting 'to its had reeided wita her daughterKMrs. Cpelc, ia Leuisyille, for readers as, say, the pork market or McDonald the put two sars. Mr. Hill, went the la,eRt murder, The RecordHeraid'a literafj de up to Louiv?re and attended.,the plrtniftnt,. .under the, editorship of filHeril Friiay. JJdwin L, Shuman, js pndoubTeal' the most, complete and the most abSmlthson ly conducted in the west. Mr, 's TUN tWAL jMjggCTOlfih literary judgment? are quoted all over the country, and Miars new those of hie able cifrps of skfAed sitanta. The column of,bief5 book goaip ey'fryFrida. ia widely reidtj Walter Littlefild,'i weekly nef ter from NewYork keeps Tbe Rec RtHjpsjpi. leaders Informed on the hi forthcoming; boojts. and; htf urawry the J. QaBr ef of leading magazine futures t the' .'."ot: ObiaUfak beginning of each iooehkverywtfo able. Naturally ptnMim jti Uteary eoaaty, mm. resisted d OsfMe- taste prefer Thd Reeord-VMrsto qresry oa BVatHNMr wppofya art other Cbcgo momig papers. ThoeF. Ctardy tsti vm j 6ardr k one of the WImt - tin Li'! in Purely Personal. f Mrs. C. O, Prowse and Mra.'George - el-M- r. , fctvrrti Shu-man- aJ josm c ord-Heral- d 'lswitlatfiet ,Fth M - 1 Mdkits?oYk r GOO K, iRUG&P Jobn Lawtoft, one of the. oM'tt in 'every way a first oMmh ma of the firi departrpnW tsfGHMnr ba isd iotoieJ ' sw'jappiisriftc hiw. Aisjnatb4s ojd.lci. .Mr, . . i. KJ submited te an operation a tbe la-- ' - ' HAWkMr tM wkalrtf filial Tk ruviAr wt attsa was 'an entire sUetieM aad it M m aere. vwiiar am maw. asassj boWi tba Mr, Lsjfson will 'a it. fciiin mi aaan in a snort unii, jgew Kolb returned from Nashville Sun day n ight, 'after avisit '.to Mrs. , Prowse'a mother, I Louie P. Guthrie, wife and daugh- ww jm ovaiis. Will DB ter, of Brooklyn, Ind., visited relat reay for business ives Jii tfce city and county last week.' f Mw. F. L. GoffFwho has betn Mrs.. Gatum's father lives in the visiting relatives hercrand at pem- Sinkinflt.'Fork neiKhborhood and broke. Returned to St. Louis yeataiv a,r year of his ageand r,n nowintbeSlst whn county. Louis' is native of this; nrnBnpnH d8y Ai . Pflmfti Rev. J. N. Pfestridge,--D- . many years a re- -; Christmas. I Gathrie wa for D and I Mrs. Prestridee, wh.ri spent the holU city anddurtng his resi dent qf this .i n T ir;' t w.ir. wmiree,, jr., ywueu L Urfl p,Dcf;j, for the John dence was tlves in Paducah last week. Cou( Dr. and Mrs. Joha D Ciardv, near Moayon Carl Wynn, of Providence, Ky Newatead, left for,'Louisile ye "Nick Gaither,.who has been in the arrived. Friday on a visit to Mr. and terday. " v freight office of Jt)eL. Jfc.N. at Louis-viil- e Mrs. W. Wynn, East Seventeenth Has returaed Mre.F. B, ' ferHMny years, baa arranged striiet .' from a several Wilkins days stay in Cadiz. to go to California, and gqtfeto Ire Mis9uby Eahman. of' Cowan. McCiure Kelly I Tentu, is visiting her paretxs Rev. Mirriafe Lkewe ; Mr:, Sal lie McGeHee, of Clarkr and Mrs. Eshman. Oa the 27th marriage Uoeaee wefa ' ville, Hkmt Sunday with Mrs Jebb Mik4.MargueriWMcPo(tld, of issued to the following couple:, TbtsraMNMi, Hepper Coiirt., t BlackfoW avenue, gave a house : 'Joim Smith and Miss See Cdkw Superiatendeat Davis A. Clark parts' Thursday aveeieg, eatertaia James T. JehtMoa and Miss Aaaia spent vjaruNanas wim an, oiarK m log for, her beaee gueeis, M(4 Delja LeaBujtlar. ' '. 0s J x CUtll, BTlllt " J. r Z LoaieviUe. Tf liuanifoil Mia mtmm tt uiphimmm, Oa Saturday yHcebsa were' hiuoi r JiopWeWWe illlejpaarier. for the BMrriatelpf Mr. sjm." Faal Wiaaaeot in liTille. 8nn "Mies Mariba MaClanahM.? wbt Holland Bod aad Mies Mary Tayioc apedt parti of . the -- Cbrttrtmas holi- Charles Brawn aad Mka SMeDavja, Aaotber eaaale obtaiaed licease days with ,Misa . Martba; KfMy, vieiMC.aaaaw.AaMr - ajtbeXTtb, but to Pembroke Sacdayo f sdmVreaata; soe. ATO. aowdea, who Umw Jl1'. . BetaV Ware wW go t Tsaaw my ata noc waat; task aansteaaMpg Ja,J3ibMM. aaMidowa Misc IWied. wtnocrow ia apeaa iwa nontas wewi to-da- Judge C."H. Bush went to Prince-- i ton Friday on business. Judge W. T. Fowler and family visited friends at Dawson last week. Miss Lolla Hisgen is visiting rel atiyea in Petersburg, Ind. Mrs. Phil Huffman visiied her parents in Henderson last week, Miss Bertha Cayce visited Miss Catherine Kearney in Mayfield last Journal office. MnQ. R. Atkins is moving" y f raiirl the Fairviev pike, to the Pneloa farm Sn tlw wpuhom' Bukif,.' '. of the city and will conduct a dairy I'lW ( u(j-lu-u- Jra" Ferguson wept to Pembroke yesterday to become foreman of the 'I 'to-da- y. i rn ...J ji, . book-keep- er 51 h joMr-aittewit- V e4 -- re-tara- ed A. 1 - fliM'nkti ... ii i a'. - giwuifaW.Cv OWHIHlSnMHv' SSK7 niiejmt' IfMi,. U vWtmg aWfiaaHy of ,Pm IUl - Mm l!f AVlrita, of Paaslarolia; Tbwnas bar wHl leave bi a few days-fo- r ittafea, aaMa- - villa, G to speed the' rest af tb . ailiti'k'iA Two CfiUf. . Mtw. aajr. aa um. ij. U.i.t .,. a., t ataaaM piataiMMtv.at Peeabroke. aS,:1'i m J. .. .if : - . 2 L w r Holiday Goods, Cut Glass, iyler (Jan- . . ,,.. r-'.a - ..,.f. IT . ,aBBB ....-d...fcik- ,. 3Prfi laSHHHBaaaaMaaaaMSBBBBBaaaBiAHl 9 our many f riendor their Hn shown during. tr Jllqees and' death of fur wife und motaer. Rhetklli West, and we (kblre to staUiliajij iWetiM'fia mMlia f r.- - .JafaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTaTBsaWB iCavni . .,Fr f. la kj' r.,,.-. J ,am.. 'i LaaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB A Pair o( jnme castor WEN FREE Ai. pMiium for-Six Month's Sub scription to Uie Km-- 1 kiBg their deed)" wi U.lifitb i injr tver !i- - tuckian st, leuu-infip- - IL. jLuhi... " 'i ejBf2 r h