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Aftn ronr Vol. xxxy Editorial Comment Representative SfwMM, HW HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCXT. THUKSDi. MAY 1, 1913. No 52 BIG CROWD CITY SCHOOL CORN AND FOLK DAY-- BIG IN LOUISVILLE About 800 ELECTION Trusteeor Chosen. ALL Q. K. TOMATO CLUBS Hamlett $250 Prize Offered For Clubs. Cham- EVENT A tesfoni semi to bt ev the tretibl. thaff Iivaa during the month ot Apr, but th auto fen aviator killed r jpt Jp "rimMm" hot . .i Mat Teftdrs and Triii- - Two ' Three Years " Famous Statesman is to mobile abt aa many. tees Attending Educational Association. Service to Be ' Letteffo a pion of Each of the . Appear Here Chautauqua Week. A boafe of union for the Methodist Proteetant and Unit! Brethern in waa adopted at a Christ church CHRISTIAN IS. REPRESENTED. joint conference in Columbus, 0. 3 CANDIDATES ARE NAMED. PROGRESSIVE IN EDUCATION. PRIZES TO BE PAID IN GOLD OPENING DATE TO BE JUNE 1G The IUv. Dr. Charles Augustus Briggs, a noted theologian, once disSpecial Car Left Here at 11:50 Win. A. Long Stands For missed from hie church on heresy charges, ia critical y ill in New York. Tuesday Night For Thos. W. Morris. Pennsylvania's new bill pensioning: thftfjjothers of dependent children hdpecome a law and is something brand new in the way of legislation. Re-Electi- City'sMonderful Growth. Due Extra Effort Largely to Splendid School System. Money Will Bring Am- Some Cities Where He is to to the bitious. Speak Plan for Address to . Louisville. , Out. ; Muclias Chamber of Comm'ce. . Louisville is full of pedagogs this The terms of W. A. Long and week. Trustees are also numerous, Thos. W Morris, members of the Ulight earthquake shock waa ex- School enced at Montreal shortly after the occasion being the annual meet- Hopkinsville ing of the Kentucky Educational Board of trustees, expire in a few 7 o'clock Monday evening, but no damage is reported from any sec- Association. The sessions are being days and an election of their succesheld in the First Christian church, sors is to be held next Saturday.' tion. Rev. E. L Powell, a former The election is to be held at the city being the pastor. court room and the polls will be open minister, Cyrus L. Adler, of Louisville, will succeed Bernard Flexner, of Louis The association was called to order from 6 o'clock a. m. until 4 p. m. ville on the Tuberculosis Commission yesterday morning and will continue The following gentlemen have been named by the Mayor to conduct the May 1. Mr. Flexner's resignation in session four days. Public written about he The offers of big prizes to the Big interest is being taken all growth 'and general prosperity of boys and girls for the best yield of along the line of the Redpath Chau- the city, in a great measure attribut corn and over 800 quarts of toma- tauquaa this year in the fact that been Hop-kinsvil- le was accepted Saturday. There were several inches of snow on the highest points of the Cumber- land mountains, overlooking Mid- dlesboro, Monday, ihe fruit crop was considerably damaged. There ia some doubt as to what kind of winter we have been having 1 itely. It is too late for the groundhog's extension and not late enough for blackberry winter. Although four men are held by the police in connection with the Mary P. Ha- murder of 14 year-ol- d body was found in the gan. jp.oose bastfaVt of the National Pencil comt$7ny's factory at Atlanta early Sunday morning, the identity of the person or persons, who killed her yet remains unknown. Mitt Prytttt knouse, or near and James Crav b'a Cr efs, of HarabieTX., were married Thursday. The groom was forty-foThe and the bride fortj-n- e. couple had been sweethearts for twenty-fiv- e wars, and their court ship is considered the moat unique of any ever reported in that section. A bank book, faded by mud and water, issued by a bank of Elizabeth town, 111 , shows four deposits of 51.000 each and another of $4,000, was taken from thd clothing of a fbater found Sunday at Evansville. The name of the holder printed on the cover was too faded to be deciphered. Inquiries at Elizabeth-tow,lea- d to the belief that the body isiidfcfof a stockman named Hall, wrcJfidappeared last November. The United States Government Public Health through its Department at Washington, deliberately declined to have any part in the securing of the Friedmann consumption cure for the people of the United States. On the contrury, the 73ic!al hounding was bo bitter that two m. Friedmann finally, i&onths of opposition, severed any communications with the Government authorities and has arranged to establish institutes in the several states beyond the .reach of Washing" ton "ethlca." Christian county sent a large delegation. They left here at 11:50 Tuesday night and arrived at Louis-vitabout 8 o'clock the next morning. At 5 o'clock Tuesday afternoon 53 tickets' had been purchased and many others "were expected to be on hand, when the train pulled out from the L. & N. station. All the arrangements for the trip were made by Miss Jennie West, County Superintendent of Schools. She heads the delegation of lady teachers who wept from the county and city. In arranging for the te teachersto attend Bhe not only se- ur after Attorneys for the "wets" filed 300 names in the bounty court at Henderson ot voWrs.who de3ire their names w.ithd'rawja, i?m tHe "dry" local' option petitions asking 'stor election funop unit was co yf,$Mk ti4M Jc- e), r6centcounty y. un he caee when it d. The rly 50 per e county, a required sus- - ceffKof w when only in each pr "weia" v C I Uin their claii the call for an manager of th tilled a staiem defeated E. Stag they will iwi- -- .isarmv uturMawcuritur new te- titions in everyfweeut Jn tn counKjJ ty. opttottf4e,(is-- t been accused of "salting" the dia mond in order to get the idle negroes Dance of kith. to go to work, but he pleads irmo Pa , April 23 Mrs. cenco of the charge. Anyway, he got Peayer Falls. John Kuzlus, a bride of three da) a what he wanted and was a quarter off by his find. is in a critical condition and may die, better as a result of dancing too much durCompanies Lose. ing her wedding festivities. The A jury at Greenvilh returned a Polish custom of dancing with the bride for $1 a dance is responsible. verdict for $4,179.56 in favor of the During th 293rd dance, with 293 Ohio Valley Mercantile Company of silver dollars constituting the bride's Owensboro on policies amounting to dowry, Mrs. Kuzlus collapsed and $(5,100, the insurance companies failing to sustain their charge of arson, may not recover. cured a very low transportation rate but by extra efforts had a special car, capable of seating 94 persons sent down. The car was decorated and' large streamers, bearing the words "Christian County," extended from one end of the car to the other on each side. She also arranged for the teachers and trustees to have an opportunity of "seeing the eights" of Louisville, a large per cent, of them having never before visited the Falls City. If Christian county has the largest delegation in attendance they will be treated to a ride about the city in automobiles. Mr. Arthur M. Henry, one of the most active educational men in the county, is on the program for an address today or tomorrow. The visitors from here will return on any regular train they may select, but the limit for return is Sunday night. Below we give a list of the people who had purchased tickets up to o'clock Tuesday p. m. though there were others ready to go who had not reached the city at that time: Misses Georgie Major, Annie Hord, Mary Pierce, Louise Backus, Sudie Backus, Jennie West, Nellie Under wood, Annie Cato, Eunice Mayes, Lillian Brasher, Bessie Harrison, Sadie Buck, Lena Foster, Mary E Walker. Mrs. Nora Williamson, Mrs, Dr, Barnes, John Keith, Luth er Ladd, J. G. Rollow. J, E. Brown, A, R Renshaw, John Keith, Ernest Gladdish, V. F. Cook, Tobe Morris, Elmar G. Adams, M. F. Adams, Je? se w. uoard, ti. r. nayes, j. u Marquess, J. A. West, Chas. W. Lacey, John R. Knight, E. W. Pratt, C. B. Wood, J, W. Capps, Dr. Geo." W. Lacey, O. M. Barnes, A, L. El gin, Joe Johnson, J. T. Cau9sey, W F. Lacey, H. W. Cornelius, J. L. Renshaw, J. T. Simpson, J. L. Payne, J. Harned, C. W. Lyle, J. W. Edgar Harned, Chas. A. Combs, Hubert McCjwri, James Orten. Cu!-we- ll, election: W. F. Randie and A M. Wallis, judges; James Breathitt, Jr., clerk; S. G. Buckner, sheriff. Under the law, this being an election for trustees of the white schools, ladies are allowed to vote. Mr. W. A. Long stands for reelection, but owing to pressing business Mr. Thos. W. Morris haa declined to allow his name to go be fore the people. There will be other candidates, Mr. H. H. Abernathy having announced his candidacy a month or more Bince. Col. B. B. Bassett'a name has been mentioned also. Mr. Bassett was seen yesterday- and in reply to the question as to whether ho would be jn the race or not, he said, "I am in the hands of my - friends." The gentlemen chosen will hold for three years. 1 his is a affair and the question of fitness is the only one to be considered in choosing men to 'manage the ci ty schools. But ever body entitled to vote should take enough interest in the city school system to go to the polls and assist in naming the' two men to take places on the board. There are said to be oher men than those named who are contemplating getting into the race, but their names have not yet been given out. office non-partisan able to our city public schools. No one will 'dispute, the assertion that we have Ta system that deserves all the praise it has received from many sources,' but a statement from a man who has1 had every opportunity of knowing is worthy of repetition. In the extracts from a private letter from Supt. Barksdale Hamlett, published below, Mr. Hamlett gives his opinion of our schools and at the same time pays a tribute to Mr. W. A. Long, a member of the Board of Trustees, for his faithful service during a period of about eight years. The letter bears ddte of April 21: "But, I am writing more especially,, to congratulate the city of Hopkinsville and the public school system of Hopkinsville on having had your splendid, wise and able direction aa President of the Board of Trustees, for the past several years. I believe that Hopkinsville, without any aount wnatever, nas maae more educational nroeress in the past few years, than any city in Kentucky 4 or for tijat matter.any city in the South anything like her size. No city can boast of such splendid public school buildings, nor such a magnificent plant, by comparison, all of which has been due to the splendid har mony and unity of your board of trustees, your board of council, and people of Hopkinsville, under your direction as President of the School Board. "I know of 'the long and hard struggle through which we had to pass to secure the erection of the new high school building, and know of the personal work that you did to this end and the many sacrifices that you have made, and I congratulate you on the splendid success you have had in carrying out all of those measures and policies which have brought the public schools of the city of Hopkinsville to their present high condition of efficiency." STATIONARY ENGINEERS To Hold Their toes this year ought to inspire them to renewed efforts for bumber crops. Prizes offered are to be considered the main subject, but the increase in products and the resultant effects of a more general effort will count more than anything else, as on every farm where there is a live and progressive boy, who desires to achieve something in life. A letter from Mr. James Speed, of Louisville, ha3 been received by Miss Jennie West, under date of April 24th, authorizing her to pub lish the following prizes offered by Mr. J. B. McFerran: First prize: $250 in gold will be awarded the boy in the corn clubs of Kentucky who is State champion and exceeds 150 bushels on his acre. Second prize: $250 in gold will be awarded the girl in the tomato canning clubs in Kentucky who is State champion and cans to exceed 0 of an 800 quarts from her acre. Corn planting-i- s now general all county, many farmer hav over the ing already gotten about through with their part of the farm work. But we heard a successful farmer say the other day that he makes it a rule to always plant corn in the month of May, so it is not yet too late for the boys who have not already planted their acre to get into the contest. Boys, remember that a Christian county boy took the pre mium last year at the State fair, and it can be done again this year. Now is the time to put out toma to plants and the girls who have agreed to get into the contest may safely put out their plants. We would like for Christian county to land both of Mr. McFerran's premiums this year. Get busy, girls nice for you. 11-1pin-mon- speak upon the subject, "The Fight For a State." In some of the cities he is to visit, arrangements are al ready being made for him also to address the Chamber of Commerce at a luncheon, and in other places twenty-fiv- e to thirty automobiles will meet him at the train. Gov. Folk is one of our greatest public men. The State of Missouri, it will be recalled, endorsed him as their candidate for the presidency before the Baltimore convention. His own fight for his state, whe re-he cleaned out the race tract gamt- lera and otherwise wrought reforms against most strenuous odds, is well known. All is activity just now at of the Redpath Chau-tauquas Gov. Jos. W. Folk, of Missouri, is to in Chicago in preparation for the chautauqua which is to be here and at many other points on the great chautauqua chain of 1913. The opening date of the chautau qua in Hopkinsville is June lb. ANOTHER CONSUMPTIONXTJRE Tests To Be Made in Chicago. By Jesuit Scientists.. Washington, April 29. In the belief that a cure for tuberculosis has been discovered, aside from that an nounced by Dr. Friedrich F. Freid-manit is announced here that tho Jesuits have decided to establish a research laboratory in Loyola Uni versity, Chicago, in which tests look ing to the establishment of the claims of the inventor of the cure will be made. No report as to the supposed efficacy of the alleged cure accompanied the announcement. The serum, it was announced, is the discovery of Dr. Peter Duket, a physician of Chicago, who claims he has cured advanced cases of consumption through its use. The Jesuits will investigate these claims, and will also test othor serums and soppused cures in the new laboratory. Dr. Maximilian Horsog, formerly a pathologist in the United States public health service, will be in charge of the tests. n, DR. BASSETT CLEAN PRIMARY Pulls Off New Stunt in Base ball Tactics. A local baseball official is tellinga new trick performed by Dr. Frank 11th Annual Is Receiving Attention of Democrats of Hopkins County. Convention Here Next Week. The approaching August Democratic primary is going to be one of The ll'h imnual convention of the the warmest primaries ever heid in Bassett, President of the Kitty gtate Association of the National Kentucky and, the Louisville Times League. Astociation of Stationary Engineers of the 28th says, the county comLast Monday Dr. Bassett was anx w li meet in Hopkinsville next Wed- mittees over the State aro taking n ious to have done a lot of work on nesday, Thursiuy ai d Friday. Thia hand to tho end that the use of money the grounds of the park. There were bidyheld its eighh convention in and other corrupting influences by pienty of negroes on the grounds Hopkinsville in 1910 and has under- the candidates will be prevented. It but none of them could be induced gone u marvelous growth since that also says that in Muhlenberg county to go to work. Finally Dr. Bassett time. This Association is unique in the committee i3 requiring the got desperate and grabbed a rake to make an affidavit that its purpose is purely an tduca-tionand began raking off the debris left with the comone. The meetings held each they will on the. diamond by the carnival. voaale hv thfl fliffflrflnt local over tho mittee in securing "a fair ana free people. He made only a few licks ' nfrv nrfi dnvottd to tha hetter primary, devoid of bribery or un. .. when ho turned up a bright silver . " They are even going mechanical lines. fair quarter. Then the colored people g hlgh,y important when one so fttr us to make the candidates Tha got busy and ike to have raked tQke3 jnt0 consideration the danger "mifce oath afterward that they have themselves to death, believing that ' ,.?nfp,i on.mtin.r atpam quarters might be found anywhere boilers that carry a high pressure. Tms double-actio- n method to seand everywhere. Result a clean di- This organizuion has resulted in an- cure fairness ought to remind the amond, but no more quarters found other order being created, known as committee of Muhlenburg that if lying around loose. The doctor has thing themCentral State3 Exhibitors Associ- - they want to do tho . car-didat- " HELD OVER es al that To Next Grand Jury On Charge Of Horse Stealing. with the .. nt ation. itiis itiuur oruer is c unposau of the representatives of ull of the largo manufacturers of mechanical supplies a'l over tho United States and at the different engineers conventions they place on exhibit the devices manufactured by their firms. 1 1 1 Idiots CAiliuiia Jiu iijju i iu tu i9jci- tion of the' public and are very in- -' teresting. Tno automobile owner will come in for n great deal of interest, as there win beheld an illustrated lecture on the gas engine that will appeal to the o vuers of machines. The program will be published later. Last Saturday night u fino mare was stolen from G. M. Brockman, of Trenton'. The Chief of Police hearing of the matter arrested a, negro by the name of George Elkin and notified Mr. Brockman, who came here Tuesday and identified his anifair selves that Ciristhn county, by rota- mal, which had been loft at the farm Clarks-vill- e tion, is entitled to name tho ntxt of Richard Leavell, on the to town pike. Ho then came State Senator. and recognized tho negro and charged him with stealing the horse. Pure Food Inspector. Elkin made a free confession and A pure food inspector is in tho city will be held until the June grand calling on the grocers and looking jury passes upon his case. into sanitary conditions. His apRunaway Girl Found. pearance may have been unlooked for, but he doubtless fcund things Romona Borden, daughter of Gail in pretty good condition, It will Borden, the millionaire milk dealer, take two or three days for him to who disappeared three dbys ago, make the rounds ot the different was found in Boston and restored to houses that come under his m-a- ns her father. UOFKlNdVILLt KlttflUCaUAl., MAY 1 H aameaaaaMawaaaaattaBaaaBaaagwwswaOT i. . . pkinsvillc Kentuckian one Mfcbei Every Otbar Day, Way of foolinc papa ttiwtiAY, Thursday and Saturday MOftNINOfl, BY Haw the WIm Mlekn Indwtet Him to Favor Her Very Nerve ANNOUNCEMENTS Hs-wel-l, WOMEN IN PRUSSIA'S m( ARMY I Hay Pramlnsnt vrl sf Thi af Haalisa a Partita. War. The 1 CHAS. M. MEACHAM. 4 Kofikhw-rllls CJI Mali M.f Fotoe .-, M M .$2.00 1.00 SUBSCRIPTION RATES: ADVKXTf&XMlNTS "You know, dear' said tho yowig We srajMrtfeorraad to announce man nervously to thd pretty girl, . Wc are authorial to GEO. W. MKNIGHT JOHN W. BOOEBS "I'm really frichtoned about speak candi- a a candidate far tne BcpvbHeaa ing to your father, he's bo awful sura t ma Danwcratic df himself, you know' date for County Aaaaaaar, sub jail to' nomination for Covntr Ctadr, sub "la that all that's causing the de ttta action of tt penury election ject to the astlon f the state pri mary on August ,2. lay?" inquired the modern mm,. dry ActMt 2,1913. , ly. I'll manage father." : MONTHS Accordingly next morning 6lie &f- 60 THREE MONTHS 5c proached paterfamilias as ho potted .. PWGLE COPIES Atfvarttatng Rates an Applloatlens plants to the accompaniment df choice Havana and carpet slippers. US SOUTX MAIX IIMIT. "Pana." she curded with feirnod mirth, as she took his arm, "what do . A man at Omaha was fined $10 for IJ" ou tninK. Tnat young iooi, i'er- Ignoring in a court room. to mei .jusc Kins, nas proposeu fancy I" And tho lady doubled up A Los Angeles woman has sued in incoherent joy, ber husband for divorce becauso ho But papa BhOok himself free and Made her nervous by "staring" at tugged with the fury of a baited bull Jber. as he stormed: "What! Itcfused young Perkins A searchlight has been installed in that estimable young man ? Why, Swope Park, Kansas City, on top of I am ashamed of you You modern a tower, to break up spooning in the girls never know when you're lucky I park. You'll make it up with him at onca at once, I say and don't let mo In Antwerp, Belgium, a pair of have any nonsense !" lovers climbed to the top of a church And papa neve knew the reason tower and jumped off together, a for the peals of laughter which is distance of 180 feet. sued from the drawing room that same evening, when Edwin Perkins ecstatically greeted the dainty Clara.. A Tennessee man who bought drake from a neighbor brought suit London Answers. when the drake laid an egg, claim ing five cents a day for its board.' THE REASON. ft KI YEAR "If that's it, jUBt leave it to me. we are autnartaao to annMnec HUGH SSaRGENT FRANK. JUTES as a candidate for 'tie Democratic ae a Republican candidate tor Cettrt- nomination for Ce4iitv Attorney. tjr Assessor, subject to the arjttfm of 2, 1913. subject to the scctetvaf the primary the primary ejection Aug to be held August 2, m3 We are authorised to acnovnee We are author uto annouBce BAILEY RUSSELL WALTER KNIGHT J. ae a candidate for City Councilman as a Democratic candidate for coun in the Seventh ward, subject to the ty judge of Christian tounty, subject action of the Democratic primary to the action of the primary Aug, 2, Aug. 2, 1913. We are authorised to annoiiftca 1 The report that Congressman Stanley would combine with Gov. Mc- Creary and run for Governor instead Senator, seems to have originated with Beckham's supporters in Louis ville. Nashville is to have a Greek Pag5 and 6, and half fares will be given by the railroads from all towns in this section. It will be given iu Centennial Park with many spectacular features. eant May Owing to expiration June SO of law permitting Senators and Representatives to make two appointments to the Naval Academy, Secretary Daniels has directed an additional examination June 5 to fill as many vacancies as possible. A Hardin County Hawk, Owl and Crow Club has been formed for the purpo j j of eradication of the pests. Premiums are to be given to the person who succeeds in killing the greatest number. Prizes will be awarded in E izabethtown August 9. In Harry Sommers county they have organized a club to ki 1 crows and the champion killer will be given : :ji n . tl: w... u uwHraeu nve ub days after the Aucust nrimurv. iustl ' about the time a great deel of crow will have to be eaten. jj w i Housewives Have Good Time. Some housewives of thia city are combining pleasure and femomy in a very ingenious way. The are forming themselves into Lurkin Clubs-jf-Te- n and buying their Soaps, Spices, Teas and other household supplies direct from Larkin Co. The Cub meeting are made very enjoyuble affairs, and prove an excel 'en t me ins of bringing neighbors together in h friendly, social way. Although L Co. charges you thi same pr;C3.s for their products that you would pay at the store, they Rive you double the quantity that you could get at the store, and in that nay reduce your living expenses fully ti ic By forming a Larki i is possible for you und your ueigi bors to share the benefits of a $10.00 otder for household supp ies, ui d divide ho txpense eveiny betwten you. Write to L irkiti Co., Buff ilo, L L 1. N. Y.. for their largi catalog R 101, Small Girl I don't think ho is, which wi uivtioufull uarlicuiurs ardlntr this Cluh.nf.Ten hUn. It mister. 116 was do slowest kid ill do r will ha thu mtmnfl nf in, i.in Mnrl neighborhood. Puck. neighbors u great nutty doi your QUITE SO. lard Advertisement. ' "Tho small husband of a large Make Little of Lire's Ills. To bo poor is not always pleasant. woman is not oxp(jgtfld to bo assort- but worse things than that happen at ive. sea. Small shoes aro apt to pinch, I 'ortainly not. And "least of all oot; out not ir you navo a sm jby tho large woman1 vn Tinvn lltfln mnnnn If will ln woll to have little desires Poverty Is no MERCENARY AGE, shame, bjit being discontented with It 1b. Charles IL Spurgeon. "There goes a man wprth knowing." "Is that so? How much is hs worth?" I Tor Infants and Ohildrsa. AN EXCEPTION. Thi KM Yon Hiyi Arwiys lmtk "Walls have ears." Boars tho "How can they havo 'em around Signature the dumb waiter?" ir-k- in one-hal- f. Club-of-Ti- -- action of the Democratic primary, primary August 2, .1913. Aug. 2, 1913. We are authorized to announce yVo are authorized to announce C. L. DADE A. E. MULLINS Democratic candidate for re- as a candidate for, jailer, of Chrit- - eection M magistrate in District uan county, suoject to ine action oi No Q object to the action of the the Democratic party, in the official nHmary Aueust 2. primary election August z, x)id. We are authorized to announce We are authorized to announce JAMES J. CLIBORNE IRA D. SMITH a Republican canidate for nominaas as a candidate for County Attorney tion for Sheriff of Christian county, for Christian county, subject to the subject to the action of the Republiaction of the Democratic voters at can primary August 2. 1913. the primary election, August 2, 1913. We are authorized to announce We are authorize to announce HENRY H. WEST D. D. CAYCE a3 a Democratic candidate, for the as a candidate for City Councilman nomination of County Superintendin the sixth ward, subject to the ent, subject to the action of the action of the Democratic primary August primary. August 2, 1913. We are authorized to announce We are authorized to announce PROF. L. E. FOSTER R. T. STOWE as a candidate for the Democratic County Court Clerk, as a candidate nomination of Superintendent of tor renomination, subject to the ac Schools in Christian county, subject tion of the Democratic party in the to the Democratic primary, August Floorwalker Why do you stand primary election of August 2, 1913 2d. 1913. so long in this one place? Stranger I'm watching those We are authorized to announce We are authorized to announce women at the bargain counter getJOHN M. RENSnAW JEWELL W. SMITH ting their change. Never realized as a Republican candidate for nomi as a candidate for Sheriff of Chris- nation for Sheriff of Christian counwhat frenzied finance was before. tian County, subject to the action of ty, subject to the action of the ReESKIMO LAMPS. the Democratic party in the official publican primary Aug. 2, 1913. ' ptimary August 2, 1913. It is believed that the Eskimo We are authorized to announce We are authorized to announce lamp was invented beforo its posLUCIAN J.HARRIS sessors emigrated from their original HUGH C. McGEHEE as a Democratic candidate for County home, which was probably farther of Gracey.'as a candidate for County Court Clerk, subject to the action of ;6outh and near the seacoast. But the Court Clerk, Bubject to the action of the primary August 2, 1913. .form of thp lamp becomes more the Republican party in the official specialized the higher the latitude is. primary August 2, 1913. We are authorized to announce q gouthern Alafjka hav0 The TOM CUSHMAN .. i V .im n wink' nnorn nr rwn lnonna wmm We are authorized to announce as a Democratic candidate for Counthose oi oint .Harrow and northern ty Assessor, subject to the action of T. S. WINFREE Greenland have wick edges of 17 to the primary election August 2, 1913. to the ' as a candidate for 36 inches. The lamp is employed office of Constable in District No. 2, "Tnr mnlfinrr ennw ntirl ?o fn nlifnin We are authorized to announce flem. the. ac"on .o MAT S. MAJOR .drinking water, for cooking, light- - flubj.ect voters in the primary election, as a candidate for Sheriff of Chris'mg, warming, drying skins and in cratic the arts. It is also a social factor Aug. 2, 1913. tian County, subject to the action of and the sign of the family uflit, each the Democratic party in the official We are authorized to announce head of the family having his lamp primary August 2, 1913. DR. J.. A. SOUTH ALL Harper's Weekly. us a candidate for Councilman in the We 'are authorized to announce SCOTCH CURIOSITY. Third Wurd, subject to tho Demo JOHN C. DUFFY cratic primary August 2, 1913. as a candidate for the Democratic A woman sent her servant over to tho house of a sick neighbor. We are authorized to announce nomination for State Senator in the Sixth Senatorial district, composed "Mrs. Smith," stil she, "sent mo TANDY D. McGEE' of Christian and Hopkins counties, VmRlinml wna nvor fnn ennir linn vor as u candidate for City Councilman subject to tha action of the primary ti.;.mAminir ' e Sixth ward, subject to' tho ac to be held August 2, 1913 "Vorv hnd. inrlmifl. Tim ,Wfnr tion of the Democratic primary Au- savs he mav die nnv minuttf."' was We are hereby authorized to an2 1913- tho reply. nounce "Ah, wool, sajd the woman, "I'll Wo aro authorized to announce E. C. MAJOR, R. M. WOOLDhlDGE who is now in the employ of Forbes other thing tae dnc the ,nQO.w as a candidate for City Councilman MfgCo.,asa candidate for sheriff of Christian county, subject to the in the Sixth ward, subjecc o'the SOME HOPE. of the Democrutic primary Aug action of the Democratic primary Man (makintr rescue) Tic may u 2 1913. election AugUBt 2, 1913. s . are authorised to announce W. J. McGEE S. G. BUCKNER aea Democratic candidate lor tne as a candidate for City Councilman nomination of Cjunty Assessor, sub in the Second ward, subject to the ject to the action of .the Democratic We We are 1913. authorisaefto announce passafe in the history ti Pitrssia. A hundred years ago Pntaeie rose against Napoleon, wo was already weakened by the retreat from Moscow, snd with the help t the Aaa-triaami also of a very large body A GOOD PLACE TO GO of Rnseistis they' managed id drire tho 3Trch amy oirer tfsat frontier Whm ron eoaMfas town bring after defeating ft in the treroertdwes ttta family seatf tit them see two days' struggle at Leipsic. the show. . Many are the centennial celebrations that are arranged for this year. MfcJfcc Dsi-U- 2 O'clock Histories of the war, generally knows to 530 as tho "War of Liberation,' are also Ereminr 7 to 10:20 being issued, and naturally enough one or two of these deal with the part that women played in the war, writes the Berlin correspondent of lOo the London Standard. In one of these Major Noe, one of the chief students of tho history of this campaign, gives a sketch of the career of seventeen daughter of Prussia who were specially pro.ninent in the fight Incidentally it 6hows that in sevX 39 Cmfatn Lr tot BcrrtwiD MiimuTtov eral 'cases Prussian women were most capable a6 soldiers, ablo to command for 140 per box. Will srtid them on trial, to be ra bar thert ttDd Tour orders to tha tfnd ready to "obey, as well as being, UNITED MtOICALCQ.,ox 7, UwCTtW. Pa. able to withstand the hardships of campaigning. To site some in stances, Maria Werdcr, a woman of Silesia, was allowed to .serve as a hussar in the same regiment as hei? Bed husband; who was a wealthy land owner. She was wounded in several engagements and saw her husband shot dead by her side at Leipsic. Elenora Prochaska is one of the The new exterminator for better known of these heroines. She Bugs, Roaches, Ants and engaged under the name of "Carl all other insects. Not only Eenz" in the light horse when only kills and devours the bugs eighteen, and several poets have written of her courage and of her death but prevents the eggs from just before the battle of Leipsic. A hatching. Is convenient to monument stands to her memory in use. Does not run or spread fills the cracks. A posithe cemetery at Potsdam. ns Te yetr 1013 merits a notable Princess Theatrem Admission Children 5c 4yeritt's Bus Paste Bd HOT ONE x tive exterminator and Made by the pre-venativ- e. Auderson-F- o DRUG CO. wler Wpafl. Sold by Druggists and Grocers at 25c per bt. with Brush for applying. Madam, Read McCaS? Hie Fashion Authority McCALL'S U a Iarffe, IrtUtic, hand. ill m.l. il) tia tr . 1 In1HKA BIOCUIT. .wvpsBV that addine Io the liBpp!- ana ariici.DC, Qt I women each month. Each Issue 1 brimful of fanhtom. ftlu"jrra"nB non storiex. ana , or ana monor-savln- p ii. . . fur women. There are more tlinu mi r "ewet defims of tho cclcbralcU JlcCALL PATTKIlNS in eadi luuo. McOAtb PATTERNS aro famous fur jtylo, fit, simplicity and economy. Only 10 aud is cents each. Tho ptibllsliers of JrcOAiUS will spend thousands of dollars extra In tho coming months In order to keep McCALL'S hend and shoulders abovo all other women'u nianulnes at any price. However. S Is only 60o a year; positively a Magazm J; labor-savlu- tr Cholly I live as you may say by er-my wits. Miss Caustiqu2 Yours must be s precarious livelihood. er-er-- er er IN A HURRY. Bits of colloquy between counsel and witnesses in tho local courts, while not important to tho case, sometjmes make good reading. Pot instance : "Madam, how old are you?' "Witness naturally hesitates. "Come, come, madam. The longer you delay answering my question tho older you are." GROOM BARELY LOOKS LIKE ONE. muscrlbo quickly. Yon Mr Stlttt Anr Or McC.ll Ptl.r from your first copy of McCALL'S, If you 236 ffsd 37li St, (few ToA McCALL'S wondM, Simple cony ami nit. TEE HcCALL COSPANT, " W 1$?!? rrtiulum oiulosue. Jul OVER r I I "How women do love to store at sand tho cynical youth. "Yes," nssentcd tho 6avago bachelor,' "that is ono why they always flock to weddings." Bostor Evening Transcript. a hero' IMii . aaaaav EXPERIENCE 65 YEARS' fFmSUQ TaBBBBBJBBBBBBr t BADE MARKS Designs- - ALL Mrs. tl'iuiBtrlctlyconllilaiitlul tintlDBODK onl'atents tout Irco. Oldest iiumioy lor securing Datents. I'ii tents taken tlirouuh Munn A Co. receive iptcuil notice, w llbout charao, In tho quickly mcoctiilii our opiiilyu Iruo nlietlior an Comniunlcn. luroiitlnn U prohnbly pnlenliililo Anrono icndlna a skelrri and description mar 16 VANITY. A Scientific Ettiericati. hsndsomely lllnptrsled trcekly Ijirgest clr.- -. ! culatlon of nnr nclentltlc Joiirnul. Terms, f yonrt fnurnioiiUis.lt. Sold brail nevTsilealeBSr Co.381- Hew llrancb Ofllce. mYBL. Wosblnstou. I). U ac-ti'- .n T .1 1 . . I T CASTOR A the most oooular humor section in PLAIN GOLD ONE. America To obtain this extraordinFur u limited time, and subject to ary offer prompt action i3 nece3aary, Heck1 They say a ring around tho withdrawal ufter oi) uuja, rile we Hemu to J. B. Lippincott Company, moon is a 'sign of rain. fco.wu pub ishlng housw of the J. B Washington Square, Phila., Pa. Peck So is a ring around a wpm-t nmp.iny, Priilvtielphia, Unn,o-- " an's finger a sign of reign. Boston Jjiffj Tin Shop. Transcript. fimi d io 1792,, offers to the readers I have opened up u tin shop in the o( c w pap r u 12 mom ha' suhcrip- TEACHING THE YOUNG IDEA. tion to ''Llupineott'a MaghzitiM" und building .formerly Occupied by the a j ear's subscription to ihe Kbntuck-in- , New Era, West 7th street, and I am "Pa, when a man fells a girl .that bUh for 00. Thlslslhe price prepared to do all kinds of metal she is the sunshine1- o'fVtiis life wliat of a twtlve months' subscription to work, such as roofing, guttering, does it mean?" "Lippincott'8'1 alone. Additional to "It means that hp is talking moonobtaining every if s'jo of this paper galvanized iron work, etc. Also re- shine, my son." for a year, our readers will receive pair bicycles, guns and other work REAL SUFFERER. In "Lippincott's,". great compMe of this kind. Best of srvke sadVll novels by popular authors, lOo short work guaranteed. PriQC3 "Mam, can you do somethin' for a stories, crisp, entertaining, original; My. brother. Jerry Weaver, will as-- sufferer in the war in the Balkans?" 45 timely articles from the pens of ea t me in the business. Give "In what manner did you suffer?" musters, and each month some ex- trial and you will be satisfied. "I was, a proofreader on a daily A. J. WEAVER, cellent poems witi the right senti- Pnono 71-- 2 nnnA ment, and "Walnuts and Wins," 1 . Tlfincnnl nflfnr Tn (n uVqWo Gramercy You'll find the weather lovely and warm in the Mediterranean. Mrs. Park I hope, my dear, be too. warm to wear my new set of furs. London Opinion. MM Yoif 't SPECIAL TO WOMEN Do you realia the fact that thousands of women are now using r A Stkbtf as a reaMcly for lections. pelvic ci tion, caum have 42 jptjc rowtW : liitfirAsti membrane ai- - or iauoa ulcers- en who - weieht in i apply kxialr,. . Pinkhum' nvfended Paxtii respontknee wi For all hygiel ntfequal. Onlyi Bits or sent nost 'he Paxr on Tc r rwatl tha-- ! rtblU rscotn- - private oor- - reoabl, si oilet uses it has ie box at Drug-i receipt of price. i, Boston, Mass. is w flam sacking k sal at this of here. Sacks 0 t 4. mmstimsm NEW IDEAS il mmmssmm HOWE CUISINE uumEiu roil Jnst Clyde, Half In Bed. CHARACTER TOLD BY RECIPES Autobloflmphy of Houtewlfe Is In Cooklnf Directions 'I Which She Keeps. By nothing Is Re-veat- 8om Things that Will ft by AN MemevHvM Who Wlomd Art In f Novtltltt. Ta wM kMMkoM Inborn is always on tho x for Hew ideas. She hi also to And old ones ImiKoved' upon offered In now form. Tho dfice Efftctiv Sunday, Jm. 0, 1MB. ration for a cako, a now receptacle stufwherein to cook an entreo, a TRAINS OOtrtQ SOCT1. fing for fowl, a now pie flllU.. or a ,'98-- C. .m ft N 0. Mm. rlglnal garnish are as dear to the Ht. 61 St. L. Exdmm B'M i . m good cook's heart as a atato secret Is to that of a politician. No. 99 Dixie Limhed, 10:41 p. m. r So much has beea borrowed from t. 96k Dixie Flyer, SM ft. m nations I "tats Use that there 56 HopMmvUki A. 7906 . m Booms llttlo left .bow under tho sun, SS- -3t. L, Feet Mail so It now behooves thoso In search of novelty to turn their eyes Inward and TRAI1M OOtlfO ItMffli. Invent and create novelties frora their Advertisement. Ner'9- 2-. ft t. L. LJm., S:X s. rt own experience. Tho populi individN 62 St. Lum tesren, 8:52l1a;rn. ual Borvlco given wldo scope for the Marriage proposals. cook's imagination, and many suggesLimited, 7:03 a. m. ixie No. a A Bill to require marriage pro94. Dixie Flyer, 6:53 p. it. tions sho will get by Just taking llttlo trip through the favor shops, Ne. 66 HepktoerttVe Ac. 8:56 p, n. whero many Ideas of thte kind are posals to be made in writing and to bo properly filed has been introduced Mail, 10:12 p. r I started. Me. 54 St. L. A cake of three layers, with a soft into tho Massachusetts legislature by Noe. 96 and 94 will make Nos. 90 and 91'a stop except 94 will not stop creamy filling and a soft frosting, be- Winfield T. Primo of Worcester. may bo frosting at Mannington and No. 95 will fore tho "with finely stiffens pistachio These clover girls who coax an unsprinkled ground suspecting swain into their net, make cat stop at Mannington or Empire. nuts, and on top, In star form, candled mint leaves and finish him confess that lie's madly in lovo Nos. 53 and 51 connect at St. Louts !for tho center with a roso mado of tho and forco him to propose marriage, points west. candied roso leaves deftly arranged. then wait for tho victim's passion to No. El connects at Guthrh for Memphis and Marrow bones stuffed with sweet- cool points as far south as Erin, and for "Louisville. and sue for a healthy breach of breads and mushrooms, with savory Cincinnati and tho East. promise reward, surely would be seasoning, when they aro taken from No 63 and C5 make direct connections at Guth rii(iWj)uIavilIo, Cincinnati and all points north tho aych, may be fitted with a high thwarted by tho legislation.-Nepaper collar and narrow black nccktlo York Sun. and ast thereof. Nos, 53 and 65 also connect ft Memphis and way points. tied In a square bow, and a fool's cap ,92 runs through to Chicago and 'will not of paper, and they should bo sorved on t passengers to points south of Evansvlllo. Wonderful Skin Salve. laco paper doilies. Extra mayonnaise is served in a iw" 93 carries through Blcepers to AtlantaHa- Bucklen's Arnica Salve is known co'n, Jacksonville, St. Augustlno and Tampa, Fla. half lemon skin that has' been reeverywhere as the best remedy made Also Pullman sleepers to New Orleans, Connects lieved of tho pulp and had a slice cut at Guthrlo for points East and West. No. 03 will from tho end so It stands upright. It for all diseases of the skin, and also not carry local passengers for points north of may also bo covered with a fluted pafor burns, bruises and boils. ReNashville, Tcnn. per cap, Tho yolks of hard cooked eggs may duces Inflammation and is soothing J. C. HOOE. A&t. have pepper, salt, ollvo oil, a dash of and heeling. J. T. Sossaman, of News, of Cornelius, N. C, Worcestershire sauce added to thom and mixed to a paste, then formed in- writes that one box helped his serito small balls, roll them In powdered ous skin ailment after other remedies nuts and drop them Into tho salad, usfailed. Only 25c. Recommended by ing tho rings of white for tho garnish all druggists. time Table No, 4 Taking Effer on top. For tho slmplo homo luncheon the Advertisement. November 17, 1912. ordinary pancake may do duty for desEAST BOUND sert. No. 12 Leave Hopkinsville 6:30 a.n ( Advertisements.) Arrive Nashville... 9:45 a.n jta. 14 Leave Hopkinsville 3:45 p.r Corn and hay for sale. Phone 174-Arrive Nahville..7:00 p. n J. R. GREEN. . Tijie Card No. 131 tlM r pt1dk txummlt tre culinary branch of who takes vleaMire nv sis-to- Mti,n I. A. t)eck: "I recommend Cardul, the woman's tonie, to any woman in need of a remedy. For five years, 1 was unsafe to k my own work. Half my time was in bed. At last I tried Cardui. Now I am welt and happy, and csn do my own work," Don't auffer pain, headache, backache, and other womanly miseries, when your own druggist has on his shelf a remedy for such troubles Cardui. Get a bottle for your shelf. As a general tonic, for weak women, nothing has been found for 50 yeas that would take its place. Try it. It will help yous Ky.Mrs. spent distinctly known than by her cooking a housokcopor more CASTORIA Tor Infants and Children. 98-D- written , ar-ran- go recipes. A collection from different sources la almost autobiographical. BotwepH tho lines ono may catlmato tho amount ot Income, tho size of tho family, tho .charactor of their entertaining, arid to some extent tho mental caliber of tho writer. Ono person may bqjpbltually extravagant In tho ubo of eggs and butter, another is conspicuously stingy. Tho housekeeper, cooking for a largo family, gives directions on sucli" an ample scnla that'' tho brldo Is appalled. Soma cooks run to tho elaborate and fuBsy, anil and others restrict themselves tdtho easiest and simplest dishes. JjSbmo ovldoiitly cater to stomachs, and show in tholr thcro aro invalids and children, at their table. Others Beem to rovol: In. delicious lndlgestiblcs. Ab to'tho form In which a reclpo Is given, etho writer shows plainly whether, sho Is systematic and methodical! or careless and haphazard. Tho order in which ingredients aro put together and a careful measurement of , tho materials aro Indispensable features of a reclpo. Nothing Is bo discouraging to a beginner ns tho vague rcferenco to "flour enough for n?jftift dough," or "milk .enough for a .ttfln batter." Tho housekeeper whoso Sutry shelves aro kept In good order Tapt to write a neat and exploit recipe. Tho knack is worth acquiring? del-lent- The Kind You Have Always Bought mi ALCOHOL .1 PER crnt g AVcgelablcErcparalionroriU-similalingiheFoodafldRedula-(Irr- (lie S lomachs andJJowlof Bears the Signature of "At o Proraofes DigeslionJdwrftf nessamlRest.Contalnsndto Opiuntorphlnc norHiocraL NOT JN ARC OTIC. flcvpia Serd' Jtxhtttt&itx-jtoistSud A - AW JO III For Over Ctmfird Sujar Mm Seed' .SSS&' AperfectRemcdyforConsfiftion , oour aioraacii.uiciiiiiui I VYorras,tovuisions.reverisu-rtcs- r s nndLoss OF Sleep. W racStmHc Signature of NEW YORK. MSI Thirtv Years EGGSi'SERVED IN A NEW WAY H Style Known as "Washington" lo Recommended as a Change From the Old Method of Cooking. Roll f 12 Exact Copy of Wrapper. YHI CINTAUn COUPAHY, NCW YOB CITY. put-lish- or Tennessee Central WEST Ne, UND. , If kitchen floors aro painted with boiled linseed oil, they are cleaned very easily. A tiny sprinkling 'of sugar placed over each layer of meat in a Btcak THMHRICE-A-WEE- K EDITION nidding will make tho steak tender. A few drops of alcohol rubbed on OF THE the Inside of a lamp chimney will remove all traces,, of greasy smoko when water alone is of no avail If linoleums and oilcloths are rubbed, after being washed, with a llttlo linseed oil, thoy' will be found to wear yRjjactically a Daily at the nee longer and have a polish without being sllppory. To clean picture framo glasses take of a Weekly. a small piece of wash leathor, wet It with methylated spirits and rub on tho glasses. This will clean them' No Other Newspaper in tht beautifully. Polish afterward with sale at P. J. BRESLIN'S. a soft duster. World Gives So Much at So Pastry, to which baking powder has Cheap Bananas. been added should be placed in tho Low a Price. oven ns quickly as possible, otherwise Car near L. &.N. depot. Bunche tho effect of tho baking powder will be wasted. 50c to $1.00. 10c per dozen. Ad 7:55 a.t Arrive Hopkinsville 11:10 a.r Ne. 13 Leave Nashville..... 5:00 p.i Arrive Hopkinsville 8:15 p.i. T. L. MOltROW. Aarent U Leave Nashville Household 'Questions NEW YORK WORLD i tho white from tho top so as to enable you to easily scoop out the yolks; when all are scooped out, placo the yolks in a bowl with ono ounco finely grated Virginia ham, ono saltspoon chopped saltspoon one parsley, chopped chervil, a tablespoon of good butter and two tablespoons thick salt, cream; season wlth'half-teaspooa saltspoon grated nutmeg. Mix the whole together to a puree, placo In a paper cornet and carefully press in25 nice saddle and drivinc horses to tho ecooped-ou- t eggs; cut 12 round pieces of bread, quarter-Incthick and for sale. Not afraid of ibches in diameter; f one and C. H. LAYNE. toast to a nice golden brown; lay an egg-oeach toast and place on a tin; FOR SAL- E- A large bay horse cover the eggs with tho cutoff tops, works and drives well. Also a com' spread evenly over tho eggs tho following sauce: Heat in a saucepan one bined saddle and harness mare. tablespoons welted but f and G. W. LYON. ter, add two tablespoons sifted flour f stir Well, then add one and Sea W. D. Porter of the O. G gills hot milk; season with f Sprouse Co., incorporated, about teaspoon salt, two saltspoons cayenne grated nut your next tailored suit, suits ti popper and a saltspoon two minutes; meg; sharply whisk for order $12.50 to $40.00, Suits in stocb add one ounco grated Parmesan $5.00 to $35.00. If you care to savf , cheese and whisk for two minutes; add ono egg yolk, briskly 'mix while visit us. cooking for two minutes without al lowing to boll; after spreading over Jumbo Peanuts. eggs, set in the oven to bako for ten minutes, or until of a golden color; The kind you ought to plant, ft r remove to a hot dish and servo. utes; remove, plunge In cold water for a minute, lift up and shell them; cut a piece: oft the thicker end of each so th'ey will stand up; cut a quarter of fresh eggs for olght min- 5 Preferred Locals. n 3. IN THE HEART OF THE THEATRE, SHOPPING AND OFFICE DISTRICT ABSOLUTELY aut-mobil- es h one-hal- EUROPEAN PLAN ONLY n one-hal- Hotel Henry Watterson Louisville's Most Modern Hotel Here in the newest and most beautiful Hotel in Louisville, you'll find every comfort, convenience and safety. It sets a new standard, not only in point of service, but unlike other first class Hotels the charges for Elegantly Furnished Rooms are exceptionally low and so are the prices for our excellent Restaurant service The Cafe Is In charso of Experts and tho Elccantly Furnished Rooms with hot nnd CI flft culslno and ecrvlco Is unexcelled. Our cold ruunlne water uud private are most moderate Europoan service, I ono-hal- ono-hal- toilet, per day... Elegantly Furnished Rooms with Private bath, per day CI Cf) This is a time of great events will want the news accurately and promptly. The Democrats, first time in sixteen years, wii have the Presidency and they wil have the Presidency and they wi alsqpntrol both branches of The political news is sure to be oi the most absorbing interest. There is a great war in the Old World, and you may read of the extinction of the vast Turkish Empire In Europe, just as a few years ago you read how Spain lost her last foot of soil in America, after having ruled the empire of half the New arn-yofo-thCon-gnflp tfWld. 'The World long since established a record far impartiality, and Puree Du Barry. Divide ono Bmnll cauliflower one weighing about a pound Into small bunches, and parboil In salted water. When tender drain them and put In a saucepan with ono pint of boiled milk vertisement. minced potaand two medlum-BlzeMeat and Pastry Rolls. toes, for the thickening. Cook gently These are nlco for luncheon or until tho potatoes aro done, then rub For Sale. supper. Small quantities of cold ham, through a tammy, add sufllclent boiled chicken or other meat may be utilized One good second hand, 4 H. P., milk to make tho desired quantity. for theso. Chop the meat fine, add horizontbl International gasoline en .skim, add a large lump ot butter, sea enough savory fat or butter to "shape" son with salt and pepper, and, If not well. Season well and roll into shapes gine, in good running order, at sufficiently thick, tho beaten yolk of of finger, length. Make a short dough bargin. an egg may be stirred in at the last of one pint of flour, two tablespoons moment before serving. Tho Epicure PLANTERS HARDWARE CO. tara, pno teaspoon oaKlng powder, Incorporated; salt, and milk enough to mix. Roll Sliver Polisher. thin, cut Into strips, fold about tho sliver, especially For cleaning meat rolls, care being taken to keep Motorcycle Bargain. knives, forks, spoons, ladles, butter the shape. Bake In quick ovon until 4 h. p., 1911 model, free engine knives, etc., mako a strong solution of delicately brown and Bervo hot. of soda, first-clarunning order. Sell for salt and bicarbonate water. Putabout artiequal parts, and cold P. P. WALTRIP, best offer. Srown Sugar Gingerbread. cles to be cleaned in a dlshpan and Ono. cup brown sugar, cup 534 N. Virginia and First St, cover well with tho solution. Allow ard, one teaspoon salt, ono teaspoon them to remain about two hours, take soda, two teaspoons cream of tartar, out and dry well with a clean cloth, Fully Explained, teaspoons glngor, ono lf one and Every now and again aome Individ- - when It will bo found that al Ithe cup milk (diluted condensed milk may H.I .n toll ua TlTltw WT a dust and tarnish havo disappeared "V flun' What We Are. ana How We and tho articles will look as well aa fl 86 1, ' hCa Know Why We Are. and How We.Ara though rubbed with silver polish. d ss $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00 Private IJath, purday Qi.o3 m ot club broakfast, each 30r person Tablo d'hote luncheon from 12KX) to Crtr. vo 2:00 p. m.,iorixirson Tablo d'doto dinner, from 6:00 to Q1 Aft w V 8:00p.m..porpur!,oa. Rathskeller open frora 4:00 p. m. to 1:00 a. ta. Erlcos Music by the Finest Orchestra la tho City Reservations should he made whonever possible. RODT. D. JONES, Manajrcr. GEO. SCHENCK. Ass't Mcr. Hotel. Patten, Chattanooga, Tcnn., and HoTEr. Assur (open May 12,1018), Atlanta, Ga., under eamo management and ownership. W03T3 nv';-o-? "S "r? E. O "1 f n n 1r WW one-ha- lt k?,i!!rf ta U P. S rf n n IZ ,, -t one-ha- i rrl IU?r ,nfeuent T1' UB,?5 one-ha- lf A ' ii mi n iv in m f any-bodyje- an ,ur;WaatWe Know,andWhatWeWeuld 7. rr m. t i. 1 affords its Thrice-a-Wee- k edition, which comes every other day in the week, except Sunday, It will be of particular value to you World albow. The Tbrks-a-Wee- k so abooada hi ether stroag features, serial stories, humor, markets, cartoons; in faet, everything that is ta be found in a first ekes daily. Apple Pudding. Two eggs, pno small cup of sugar, two tablespoons butter, cup of mute, one neaping tenspoonrui baking powaer, pwen oi sau, one ana cup flour. Line bottom of pudding pan vlth apples Bllcod sprinkle with sugar and cinnamon,' pour above mixture over this mil bake la a mudhrate one-naif ' Why We Aren't What We Mightn't Have Been If We Wersa't, and other ch JkkIa m! estraBcln facta. ' .B iu,idni.l U sailed a BtilleMaker. -B1Ub. ildaer. aven. affW Ceeklee. SPECIAL OFFER: 114 Vtw Uotniw. AtrUl-RlU WORLD'S Take one cup of sugai? one egg. oneTHE THRICE v mim you our pnaaoea( etMiumar. of Bhortcala. regular ubseriptiM prlee is esvly half cup of sweet milk, efour table-sUUntUlT.tMtMS ipoonfuls aad oi tuiUc la fcU. $1.QD per year, mi titfe pays for IK teaspoonfuls of Mwder, ono We offer this ttttequakd teaspoontul of vanilla ami WrH to'dsyf Mntkn tkk Ppcr. flour jvPQEpaper and tne QopkinsviUs io roll well. Roll tkle very thin and fancy shapes with Xmlxxkbn tettska far oae year eat into Bake a light hrewa.'1 a eooky ' If tht tTuaM ?MUer, ' mm mi b . lor 12.66. retuiax Mbaertptioa Iprfate el Tba si IMsV Waea ceeklng oaloas, sat a.tia eMail Iht tew H aail.Tl of v!nar e the atove, tmtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmtm 'e Mam9Wa 4wr: wkH' taea h ht We are prepared to do all khaas of the room. job printing. Try ua. e - yet ono-twa- lf 9 f ucKsar s scem succacB t sugar and a llttlo nutmeg, or flavor with lemon or vanilla, pour Into a baking dish and bako about half an hour. Let it get cold; beat tho whites ot tho eggs, add 2 tablespoons of sugar, flavor, spread ovor pudding and brown In ovon. Coloring for Gravlei. Tako a piece of butter the size of a large nutmeg, two tablespoonfuls ot brown sugar, molt In a saucepan and let It scorch brown; tako It off and pour In boiling wator, slowly stirring all the time, till thin enough to pour Will keop somo time. In n hot tin Orange Salad, W.ul untl Kfin.'irfftr. nmnr-nu Rice Meringue. sorted rice One cup of carefully boiled In water until it is soft. When done, drain It, let cool and add 1 yolks quart of milk, tho ot white of 3 eggs, 2 tablespoons well-boatcn s ear. oh-w-b- .s' m m Pa 5. Eg QS.ajB m f SYSTEM, KENTUCKY. lk.-- n H. H. BROWNELL & CO. POLK-GENUNG-POLK Intn unn. HP" high-grad- tlons. romovfni pulp from covering Mix two cutis of nulu with cup cud of illctid celery 'and one cup brokei aorve uu lettuce witl nut nieatu. rich muyouuaibo. MONOLITHIC CONCRETE SILOS Phone 921. HOPKINSVILLE, fEMALE COPS THE LATEST two JOL T. H. XKkU Of Lafayette Is a Candidate ' Fir I ma L5 ay sum Mr. Thoa. H. Joiner, the to Patrol Beats in Los known Republican loader of the Will Also well La AngclesTopeka Have Them. , I fayette district, is announced today subj ct as a candidate for to tho action of his party in the August primary. Mr. Joiner is an ex- tensive land owner and a prominent arirl inflitanrli.1 nii-7- in Qnlltlt f!hrtr- - Los Angeles, Ca!., April 30. Two tian. Ho has been a staunch Re'ph!n clothes" patrol women will publican but has never held an office. walk beats in the downtown district His knowledge of values and" his of Los Angeles at night, beginning wide acquiantance are qualifications May 1. This innovation was an- - that will make him a strong by Police Chief Sebastian dato and if nominated hewillgive ticket in a ferdav. accompanied bv the state- - strength to his that the police women would district that has seldom asked for ment devote tno9t of their efforts to the representation. protection of cirls. Mrs. Alice stebbins We.is, who Twelve Old Maids Famous in ... , claims the distinction of being the I illStOTy. police woman in the United! first States, and Mrs. Rachel Shatto, for Queen Elizabeth, in whose reign somn time a police matron, will be I England reached her golden age. Florence Nightingale, angel of the pioneer patrol women. Thev will visit dance halls, skating rinks, mercy in the Crimean war and es- tnblisherof organized nursing in war "movies" and cafes. rahdi-ndunced party I sn HI r 3 I Topeka Follows Suit. Topeka, Kan., April 30 lno im mediate appointment of two women members to the police force was de cided upon yesterday by the City Commission, acting on suggestions from the Woman's Advisory Board. The board of Topeka was appoint- d by Mayor Cfran re:ently. Its f unctions are to work with thb City Commission in many matters. BASEBALL times. , Dorothea Dix, pioneer of reform in prison and reformatories' methods. Frances E. WMard, founder of the temperance movement. Rosa Bonheur, who opened new artstic fieida in the renreM,ntfltion 0j anjmai fjfe CIara Bart founder of the Red Cross Society and savior of thonannd.4 frnm Aontu nmi an(rPrntT Joan of Arc, one of the important factors in French history. Susan B Anthony, pioneer in ef forts to procure more equal rights m v I Lexington Team Coming For for women. Charlotte Bronte, whose novels ar-'among th best in English literatun Jane Austen, whose pen picture of English vil age life promise to b i nmortal. Jane Addams, first citizen of Chi cago and head of the Hull House. Julia Lathrop, chosen from amonjr the women of America to lead i preserving child life and hnppinesthroughout the counliy Ex - Two Games With Moguls. The Brat baseball games of the jseason will be played at the Park this afternoon and tomorrow' afternoon between the Moguls and the Lexington, Ky., team, now in the Ohio State League. Games will be called at 3 o'clock. Admission 25 cents. The line-u- p of the Moguls cannot be given at this time. H tts MM . . l iif n ni rracucai vvav to ixeau A I WE PROPOSE - J A. m l " je. jl. m ai nl ir wrv. r a - nr i r. v iiii iiii xttmo tec . v it n o Some Groundless Objections. In some communities there is much How's This? offer One Hundred Dollars Ho- misinformation extant concerning: ward for any case of Catarrh that cannct bo cured by Hall'3 Catarrh osteopathy. This is circulated by, interested parties, or is repeated by sCure. ZT. X CHENEY '& CO.. TaleOo. O. ' those who are misinformed. " "We. Uho liavo P. J. . Clitney ur.t!er!snc(l. years, hnownbellcvo far the lait 15 and Some people have the idea that Wis perfectly honorable In all business transactions and financially able to carry the treatment is so expensive as to out any obligations made by Ills firm. "V7e We have always tried to give our Hopkinsville friends the highest quality of goods at the most reasonable prices offered anvwhere. We are now going a step farther. We propose to offer you a generous discount on the .purchases you make from us paid to you in better goods than you could buy for the same money at retail, and we know exactly what we are talking about. The truth of the matter is "S. & H." Stamps are equally as important to you as your change, for they represent interest on the money you have already spent. We know of no better way to show an honest and substantial appreciation of your trade and that is all there is to it. 91 HI DON'T FAIL TO VISIT THE "S. & H.' ERE : '. ti make it prohibitive to those of modHall's Catarrh Cure la taVen lntcrnallv, erate means. Others seem to think actlnff directly up3n tho blood and it is so severe that invalids cannot surfaces of iho system. Testimonials "nt free. Price 71 cenU pr bottle. 3o!u "stand the treatment.'' There are s all DruBglsU. still others who have the idea that "alto IlaU'u rai3ll7 Pills for constipation. 1 Wvertlsemcnt. all patients are treated nude. These erroneous notions have pre vented many who need the treatment, and who would be benefited by it, from having it. On all these Fresh, Reliable Pure matters the best way is to get inforCuaranleod io Pioasi I very Gardrr.tr ml . mation at first hand, from reputable PlantertbouMUa :t;.n physicians of the system. If this is unerlor inrritaof rur Northern Grown Seed j. i done, it will be found that, all things SPECIAL OFF EH FOR 10 CENTS considered, osteopathy is the most we will lend postpaid our NATIONAL. DANK OP COMMERCE. Toledo, O mu-.co- Hi 7lc 1-- COAL E. L. Poulks. JEWELER J as. H. Skarry. GREAT ai T5L i: i GROCERS J. E. Hawkins. G- B. Williams. John Charlton. : - FOUR-DA- Y SALE TO INTRODUCE iiroo. 1 J 1. co d.j T;u I 1 . . , rU. L'.rl irrK.,. tody! F.nd n4 lf.S.U4Jnlf CtUr f.hb.gi r.F.U.rtM M.rk.t Ulto 10 11- -li pklor 1308 9Writ, trl.ll..tb.tn..rS..di ... r , . . ' v. -- nc.it. tU.bot. "r.mo'i c.ntl to h.lp it, ,l.,.Vn" cblfc.l...i ' . . Jo. Itoge St. ltnckforri.JUln. . economical treatment known; that it is adapted to the condition of the patient; is as applicable to babes and the weakest invalids as to the more robust; and that there is nothing about it to which the most refined and sensitive could offer the slight- IB iiiiij Amoskeag Apron Gingham, all tlie new styles.regular 10c value, at7 2 jj aiii iui icaa iui liic icaauu wz uuv xui lit uuutu &ia t.t yiik w liic i Liy-i'i- iir i ii cents.' . 4k Good Brown Domestic, made to us. we nave iust received, ana otter to vou ior iour uays oniy. viuu ay. k when we designate them bargains you can be assured that they will appeal strongly to you. ested in, then give us a call and we will show ydu. sat regular 6 1-- 2 cent value, at 4 c. Oxfords for Ladies All the New Shapes $2.98 Grey Buckskin Oxfords, worth $4 00, at 2.98 Tan Buckskin Oxfords, worth $4.00, at.... 2.98 Grey Whip Cord Oxfords, $4.00 values, at 2.J98 Red Kid Button Oxfords, $4.00 values, at. . . . 1 98 3 styles in Pat. Kid Strap Oxfords. $4.00 values, at 200 pairs Odd Sizes in Ladies', Misses' and Children's Oxfords, $3.50 99c and $4.00 values, at Ladies 1 8c Hemstitched Huck Towels, regular value 15c each, at 8c. est objection. of Osteopathy. Extract from Herald 4c Crash Toweling, would be cheap at 10c, LEE'S HOG REMEDY KEEPS HOGS Like the Brook. Owensboro, Ky., April 29. Fede ral court with Judge Evans on the bench will convene here Monday. A continuance will be asked in th case of Mrs. Elsie Gaylord Latham against Dr. D. A. Amosa and others, of Hopkinsville. This is the remain ing suit of Mrs, Latham against the alleged night riders, the other cases having been compnmised between the parties. Tho compromise has been pleaded in bar of the pending at 4c. 4c Apron Gingham in every color, size value at and check. Regular 7 cents. 4 l-- 2c 3-- Here Are Some Real Specials 89c Brocade Vail Flouncing, worth $1.50, at ..'.39c Hands to match (worth more) $6.99 buys a full pattern, newest designs ot excellent quality bilk, $6.99 worth $8.75, pattern only Our Hosiery values are too numerous to mention. We have a full line to show you and prices in keeping with our other wonderful values. .mi 1 4 WELL Wash Spring i Stylish -- Full line Condition Powders for horses, cattle, sheep, hogs and chickens. Cook's Big Drug Store W. Cor. 9th and Main. suit. Shemmel & Co., against cer tain alleged night ridera in Todd county, has been compromised and will be dismissed. C. C. '4 "S & H." Premium Parlor on Our Balcony Floor. You d on' t have to spend so much to feboiii e a valuable premium from us. Doit c fail to visit the Hourly Specials For Four Days Monday, 9:30 to 10:30 a, m. Tuesday, 9:30 to 10:30 a. m. 6c , Hope Domestic, 10 yards to a customer, at per yard . 9- - 4 Pepperell Brown Sheeting, 18 .... at per yard 20 84c 10- -4 Pepperell Brown Sheeting, at per yard .... . 9- -4 Pepperell Bleached Sheeting, at per yard . , . .19 10- - 4 Pepperell Bleached Sheeting, at per yard 21 , l-2- 3-- 3-- 3-- If. GO TO THE OLD RELIABLE Bible Class Banquet. The Men's Bible Clara of tho First Baptist Sumlay School will wive a banquet at the church this evening at which Dr. Edmund Harrison, the former teacher, will be the guest of honor. Covers will be laid for about 75. There will be informal dpeechea from several members of the claae. buildin of. My kind that you want moved see K. C. Lawaoa or call CurnWUuMl lnuia 787.9 Af1tfOj.ftaaBuut- your fine watch honestly and intelligently repaired. Is always Utl.tn rlatrt wlfh ih hvat Instruments and methods. Over JO yera an optician and jewler, to haveyour eyes examined and fitted with correct glasses; also M. D. KELLY COOK BUILDING, EAST NINTH STREET $mmm Warnm vwwwMMVvv' 'wwwwwvw M Yara graduate No. S North Main tometrist. Op Ofp. Court Hqm. ttrt, lyoi have a house or BPH o wsammi mSMtmi Vivw"c ipaaMK "Vwvwvwvvvv fKanil MopiI laMl iDMO iwgBm iKPH "Wuvwvww vvvvvvvvvwvv' yvwwvwwvv, Isra poapK WESmm s f IMl, rr ' i ? . 4 0 WIWWW W IIIH1M FfOPkWsviLLK V tinmmui, may1 i ... INJURIES PROVED FATAL PADUCAH POSTMASTER MWI II wwwwvw.. wwwwwwvh- - vwvwvwws. wvAwwv. .wwwwwvai Mrs. Bingham Died as Result Interested in Dawson's New of Collision With Car. Louisville. April 28. Mrs. Robert W., Bincrham. who suffered a frac tured skull and other injuries last nignc wnen tne automobile m wmcn slielf'and a nnrtv of relatives were driving was struck by an interurban kuc, uicu louuy. Century Hotel, Here on Business. Frank M. I'islier. Parlucnh's nost- master, capitalist, sound Republican J newspaper publisher, heavy stock lioldcr. in the Now Century Hotel at Dawson hail fellow well met. cenial as a sunbeam, and general live wiro, was in the city Tuesday on private business.Mr. Fisher is always antrlfncr for business and generally landa what he baits his hook for. We aro authorized to announco III V. r fWill CLARK BOWLES Engage in the Hotel Busi ness at Nortonville. T. H. JOINER G. C. Bowles, who recently sold of Lafayette, as a Republican candi out his livery business at Crofton, date for County Assessor, subject to has leased the Nortonville' hotel and the action of the primary election took charge this week. Mr. Bowles August 2, 1913. has had considerable experience in HUGH McSHANE the hotel business and has a wide acquaintance, especially among the traveling men. Buys Property and Will Move Moss Bros.' Greater Shows. Green River Lodge I. O. O. F, has engaged the Moss Bros.' Greater Shows to hold over another week, and have located just opposite the baseball park, in a very pretty loca Hon away from the dust, where you can spend a pleasant afternoon with the children. We will make mention of a few of the shows the public was able to see last night. The Wild West show has all the lure of the golden sunset, all the thrills of the book you used to steal and read and added to the real acts the fate of the horse thief as he is pulled away with a rope into etern ity. Pretty cow girls and big hearty cow boys and spirited horses and funny clown?, go to make up one of the best wild west shows that has ever visited the city. O'Beretta, just a very neat con caption of Edison's. Ideas of the transmission, or reflection thrown on goo: canvass, besides four vaudeville acts. The Liles are very funny and their little tot who does the dance is there with the goods La Belle Aleta, is just pretty and er poses must be seen to be appre ciated. This show runs forty min utes and you are guaranteed your money's worth or your money back We do not want to slight the old plantation a little bit, but it needs no recommendation, as the tent won't hold the people now at each show they give, Mr. Mos3 has cer tainly got together some colored singers and dancers. A big Bill is on at the Athletic show tonight when Bert Flaherty and Mickey Gannon will have a boxing bout for a purse of is a Pensylvanian $100. Gannon welter weight. There will also be siveral other bouts, making up a first class athletic exhibition at a very small price of admission. There is a snake in Charlie Johnson's show that measures 27 feet, the largest we have ever seen and the other attractions which are included in this tent make it worth your while. Capt. Joe. Malonay, the half man high diver, is one of the free acts, and with only one arm and one leg he sure can climb that 110 foot ladder and leap into a net about eight foot square. Maloney is a pleasant fellow and tells, some very good yarns. The Spiral Tower comes next. The act is pleasing. Phil Green ascends t a tower feet high on a ball propelled with his feet, plaja see saw and comes to earth mid a grand display of fire. This act is grand. You must not forget to shake hands with the Electric Girl, and receive a very handsome present. Mr. Moss intends staying here all this week, playing every afternoon and night at 2 p. ra. and 7 p. m. A special matinee every afternoon for ladies and children. His Plumbing Shop. Hugh McShane last week pur chased the home of the late Richard West, at Liberty and Tenth streets He will remodel the house and will use it for his business. He will move in two or three months. One flat liftiiiMS D OFFER YOU se the Most Efficient Means in Existence of Decreasing It? tn 'Pi for rent at St. Charles 157-3. Court. Phone Advertisement. the High Cost of Living GREEN TRADING STAMPS "S. & H." Premiums will supply every reasonable need of any home. Among them youjwill nd Furniture for any part of the house,. Cut Glass, China ware, Silverware, Leather Goods, House-ol- d Necessities, Blankets, Toys and a large assortment of the dainty personal things prized by tevery woman, including Fine Jewelry. You have only to call at the "S. & H." premium parlor foefore leaving the store and convince yourself of the real saving "S & H " Premiums mean, and the best part of it is they cost you absolutely nothing. The "Announcer" At a Party: In the May American Magazine. James Montgomery Flagg, the fa mous wit and artist, contributes aa amusing piece about a tea party.' Following is an extract that a good many will appreciate: ."Mrs. Bostockhad hired a train announcer out of a job to bawl out the names of her guests, many of whom had never heard their names called out so stentoriously before except by their better halves in a' mood." gj lis Ijjfj other Young Lawyer Locates Here. R L Mre, i.f Bjiiioij, Ky., who granted ticdiu ui Calloway circuit ciurtrto nructice law, a week ago, hus decided to miske Hopkins-vilt- e was his home . IUMsPARLOR ON OUR BALCONY FLOOR! en Are uivmcr H uur otamps: BAKERS George's Steam Bakery. DRY GOODS Men's Furnishings, And Ready-to-Wear ERUIT, CONFECTIONERY 5i "Princess" Theatre. P. J. Breslin. with J. B. Al.ei,..onh. Mr. Myrjl prepared himseif rur his profession at Washington & Lee University, Va., and is a yuunjr man of fine ability and is well equipped for his chosen profession. We pndu for him a bright future Ins tn'fn offices 10-rou- Purely Personal. John G. El !3 has gene to Reform, Ala.l(to visit his fiie.d, Ben Carloss. Mr. a d Mr?. Felaud Clark, of and Miss Agns Reems, of Greenfield, HI., spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Dick Lynes. Llarks-vill- e Hop-kinsville. Leai-'Jhronic'e The 0. 6. Sprouse Co., Incorporated HIS WONDERFUL SAVING PROPOSITION community the benefit of our wonderful purchasing power. We are constantly in direct we immediately are notified, and we always take advantage of the sacrifice price that is ik,' MONDAY and TUESDAY, MAY 2, 3, 5 and 6, the following wonderful bargains; and see thm is to buy them; study this advertisement closely, mark the items you are inter- - 10c Special in Ribbon, Satin and Taffeta in all shades and widths. 25c value, at 10c- " - . H III iliip I 5c An excellent assortmentinlall colors, special for four days 5c;; &v' raists, 1 Great Values in Our New Department Must Be Seen to Be Appreciated. 50 dozen Men's Elastic Seam Drawers, all sizes ; . 25 dozen Boys' Waists, all colors and sizes 100 dozen Ferguson McKinney Shirts, $1.00 valued. New Suit Cases, exceptional values, . . .' '. . 50 dozen Blue Chambray Shirts, all sizes . 75 well made Trunks, worth double the price if.'. $15,00 Trunks, for three days, special v- Mv 50 dozen Men's $5.00 Oxfords, English Toes, made for usjjnewest styles (see window display) , . , . , Odd lots Men's Oxfords, all styles Men's Stetson Hats, all shapes, splendid values BS 10c . .L. . . , c. .SEc ipresstpp .................... 3n's Iters If ,25c 49c 9Sc White Pique, worih?12 15c White Pique, worth' 17c. wj '. S9c $1.49. 9,E 20c White Pique, worth 25c. H en- mm fifty-eigh- Presses, r. Emits, kirts All the newest shapes in straw hats just received, at. . Newest Blocks in Panama Hats, special value Caps for Men and Boys, every shape at i Fifty dozen Men's Hats, new shapes, at. 1 00 50 dozen Men's Pants, all sizes; 80 to 50 in waist, for , t 2.98 Men's all Wool Serge Suits, ask to see them, for ,$7.50 & $10.00 ". Special lot of Boys' Suits at 1.49 ;if bargains you must call in person as we cannot afford To procure these to send them, you must call and take them with you. 3.50 .f , 1.00 3.50 ,25c, 50c;'75c, $1.00 ... , '. . . 5 00 00 25c 60c, 75c, We purchased the ..'.. Jl tire output oi". a large manufacturer of Ladies' Ratine, Russian Crash, Linen and Voile Dresses, and will offer them m this sale at a W6 Sill Attorney John Feland, of Oklahoma, arrived Tuesday on a visit. Misses Lucy Whitlock and Louise Jones are visiting relatives in Lex- l igton, Miss Helen Royalty, of Frankfort,, i3 visiting her mother, Mrs. Mary Royalty, on South Main Btreet. Mrs. Clyde Crenshaw left Monday for the South. She will be absent for a month visiting relatives. Warden Jno. B. Chilton, of the E Jdyville prison, spent yesterday in the city. Gilmer Bell, of California, is here on a visit to relatives. Miss Agnes Flack left yesterday for Terre Haute, Ind., to visit her sister, Mrs. R. L. Woodard. Miss Ada Duncan and Mrs. E. P. Fears are at Mt. Sterling attending the State Christian Endeavor convention. Great Sacrifice." USE COMPANY ted- 9 Choice tomato plants at W. R. Thomson's atlOcdoz. Thursday afternoon, at 4 o'clock, theW. C. T. U. will meet at the Came Here and Were Married First Presbyterian church, Tuesday By Judge Knight. James Montgomery Flagg, writing in the May American Magazfbe, says: Misa Ella Wright and Mr, Jesse " You really can't tell nowadays Brake, a popular young couple of Kelly, came to the city Tuesday, and from a man's appearance whatjhls having secured their license, called job Is Congressmen look like Taxi in the services of Judge Knight and Drivers, Head Waiters look like were united in marriage in the after Eminent Jurists, Artists look like Stockbrokers, and bo on.' " noon. KELLY COUPLE w. c. t. uT" , "WALK A BLOCK AND SAVE A DOLLAR" CA3XORIA CA3.T.ORIA 1 Children Ory FOR FLETCHER'S Children OryFLETCHER'S FOR - a opkinsville Friday May C BASEBALL GROUNDS ZiQC Pries I! d.icedforThiilityOn.y I OC. 9 $150 DINNER FOR A PET BLACK "tfgt"A4inl Actor WiA fier. Dines try Arm Stowi m dinner. urn i ALL fiSUTBY BROSQ "Ni," HinHjt, a aul tk).(iil.v,,cipricorn Hurl (M' as bck m mid NOW THE GREATCiT TENTED EXHIBITION NEW THIS YEAR BUT THE TITLES WILL POSITIVELY EXHIBIT TWICE DAILY AT 2 AND 8 P. M. EVERYTHING 4 BIO SHOWS IN one: "TIMES ITS FORMER SIZg II THE WORLD The 25th Anniversary Year of America's Standard Tented Enterprise now presents the Blue - Blooded Aristocracy of the White Tent World. - i I THEPICK OFTHEWORLD S ' 2tffeit Via EEmEMBEE THE DAY AMD DATE Talro 3 'Jw'2a8itatt8p iffi eW ; jff - i!iSSi 11 JtLlM ,M'JM. fiimtttf jj I k BEST ARENIC STArS SHOWS THIS YEAR No Act too Bis or too FEATURE GENTRY BROS. ALL KIW MORE Expenirc far Gentry Bros. Sole Owners and Managers, Wfj . y. Rare Specimens of Wild and Domestic Animals aB aHy other show affords flnp Tirlfpf ADET Td yfe"-- -- ALL o otlior Blfj Entiro Show Givos Half as Mtioh for Your Monoy. Don't Mio Family-NfiPMTRY Holiday Bring tlio T4tyf. 5i 100 THOROUGHBRED PONIES -- 100 2 Herd, of the Greatest Performing Elephants in the World. 2 Drove of 50 Persian and Arabian Camel. Monkey Comedians. utiua. shows this year lOO BEAUTIFUL. HORSES - IOO AIL NEW FEATURE jMtKrkMK MimMsOli cfir ilv'fflPLV vMiMvW feETi vwd'tyK 6gSV ever difud nn rPMimtMiey, is one oi the trained e'eurtirei that M be it. this elly Friday, Mi,Scw.ti Gentry Brotat ra showa. "Hji," In add!-- , tion tolfeeing a traUiwftgoat, is many ways He has all the earmarks, pecolrjntles; and vagaries of appetite diMto creatures of his kind. Three yeara ao,v, when Gentry Brothers thowa worejxhibited in a Iktle town in the. a boy came to the frowt. door leading "Nlgg." He also ltd a youngster two year.- his junior. In a pitiful way he pictured the poverty of his family, said he had no money, and for two tickets he would trade the goat. "He is a pet and ajfgood goat," said the tjder boy asfi handed over the Btring to the tra'.npr.. "Nigg" is a pet arid a' irood goat. One day he strolled into the ticket wagon. Something gre n caught hiseje. He ato it Then he was discovered. The go.it had devoured hreo hundlc-- of paper money, fifty '; Jollara to the hundlp. He h the leadtr of the splii-hoperformers wrh Gentry Brothers ihows. They wii h 're with Gentry Brothers Famous ShJws, Friday, Advertisement., Ma 9 pre-coctow- fn HAVE YOU SEEN Freedman Victor Postqffice WHITE WAY? Beautiful. Good Light at 2c BER HOUR KENTUCKY PUBLIC Incorporated " 4 SERVICE COMPANY WORK f Virginia-mountain- s - HIGH GRADE LAUNDRY Can Be Done Only By Use Of The Latest and Most Improved Machinery Try YOU CANNOT FIND a, . A BETTER EQUIPMENT ANYWHERE IN You KENTUCKY THAN AT May Skilled Labor is Another There are others. This is the beginning of the Floral season, but our season lasts the year round.-- Funeral, Party and other special orders always have the promptest attention. Our facilities in this line are greater than ever. METCALFE' STEAM St s LAUNDRY of We have acquired a habit of investing in every new machine that is to be had as soon as it is put on the Vmarket. That is one reason why our work ia always satisfactory. Got bad i npI Ration. , COMEDY WIRE ACT SLA AMORA SI'jTEflS MARGELL & LENHETT Sensational Acrobats and Comedy Bar Experts. THE 20 BIG FEATURE ACTS, 4- - among them being the Following European Importations COMIQUES Wonderful Spanish Con. ortlonists and Physical culture Exponents. Les Esmardalo Family THE BRACHARDS ACROBATIC ACT PER0CII FAMILY OF Sensational Aerlil Artists. WONDERFUL EUROPEAN B NEW A FORTUNE EXPENDED IN OUR MAGNIFICENT pDPp QTOPPT PAlMflE JlHUCA lAIViiiJlJ Which POSITIVELY takes place, rain or shine, 10:30 A.M., Show Day AiSOLID MILE OF GOLD AND GLITTER ! DOORS OPEN FOR INSPECTION OF MENAGERIE AT 1 AND 7 P. M. PERFORMANCE COMMENCES ONE HOUR LATER. GRAND FREE EXHIBITION ON SHOW GROUNDS IMMEDIATELY AFTER PARADE After seeing "movies" .of the wild west at a. theater in New Orleans, La., three boys, James Eobinson, aged thirteen; Edward Douglas, aged eleven, and Joseph Fleming, aged twelve, remained hidden in the theater, and Miss Margaret Gardner, owner, was counting up the night's proceeds, held her up. They stole the night's receipts of $48 and a handbag containing three brooches, diamond ring, a pair of earrings and seven diamond rings, the entire haul totaling $700 in value. As soon as Miss linruner recovered trom tright she screamed and the police Shortly after were summoned. word the three youths were found burrowing into the ground under an old building nearby to bury .their plunder. New Greenhouses, Offices and Laundry, Seventh & Liberty Sts- - T. L. METCALFE, Florist -Laundry. Hopkinsville, Kentucky. BOYS AND GIRLS FROM KENTUCKY TO SEE Mammoth Cavd1 Round Trip R. R. Fare From All Stations. Adults Children 1 For t!:e' Weik and Pxervous. I IOW0RATE ROUND TRIP EXCURSIONS OH ALL RAILROAD Louisville Daily Herald And Hopkinsvilk leetuckian BothOne Year For wei k, nervous men and nmrjitiQus, ener OJid getic, full o fn and al ay have a o d do the ?ood ppe i f if t'"e take Elecsensible thing for tric Bitte s Notirngb tter for the kidneys. Thous- item ch. Jivdr a ids say they owe their lives to this Tir "'-o- n', FREE! MAY 14 . Board at Cave Rotel Meals or Lodging womei' 1 ui. 1 hi-el.- h $3.40 Limit on tickets 10 d'ys . 1.70 Good returning on all trains. Adults Children 50c 25c tr $175 For a short time and until further notice the above special rate will obtain ED. PINAUD'S LILAC IS wonderful remedy. Mrs 0 Rhine- au t, o Vestal C n'er. N Y., say: ' I regard Eye rie Bitters as one f the greatest gifts. I can ne er fo jet what it has done for me." G t i bjttle for yourself and see what a difference it will make in your 50c anc SI. 00. Recar. health. 0 1. druggists. mended bj 1 One Route in the Cave $2.00 or Two Routes $3.00 .... BOYS OR GIRLS UNDER 16 YEARS OLD PASSED FREE. . t ; ... Advertisement. . FOUR-LEAVED f, LIVE ON , CL6VER The Daily Louisville Herald Enjoys the largest circulation in Ken- M. and Mine. Tardout, who hove a small farm at St. Erance, were brought to the verge of ruin a few years ago by a bad season. Mme. Tardout found some four- leaved clover plants in their garden, and since then she andjier husband have made a living by selling the "lucky plant," chiefly actresses and to jewelers, who set it in brooches and pendants between two pieces of crystal. Michel-sur-Orde, tucky because it is the best newspaper in the State and the people know it. i NEWS WHEN IT JS NEWS giving the the rtliablc market v DEFINED. Willie ALL ng THE RAGE - IN - PARIS,, What's "an artistic end- - Ing," dad? Crabshaw When the author gets stuck, and can't finish the story. This world famous French perfume is delightful for handkerchief, a atotsker, bath, finger bowl and- for spraying the linen closet. The favorite preparation. Try it for yourself. Put up in a plain package, but the quality is wonderful and the price only 75 c, (6 oz. bottle.) after-shavi- Besides public moit reports as well as general news, The Herald's spscial features make it among Louisville news- papers, Sp(cial attention is directed to Herbert Quick's masterful articles now running serially in Th pre-eminent ' - , Puck. Herald entitled- - Constipation Cured. ASK YOUR DEALER OR WRITE US DIRECT. a little testing bottle, enough for fifty handkerchiefs, Send Ac postage' to our American offices.!! A You will love this exquisite perfume once you try it to-d-ay ICC Write for PARFUMERIE ED. PINAUD, Dept. M. ED. P1NAUD BLDG. :: ' :; :; NEW YORK Dr. Kin 'a New Life Pilla wjll relieve c na ipution promptly awl get your bowels in healthy condition sgdn. John Supsic, of Sanbury, Pa . says: "They are the beet pills I ever ued, and I advise everyone to use them for constipation, indigestion and liver complaint." Will help you, Fiea 25cy Recommended by all ON BOARD THE GOOD SHIP EARTH Beck numbers of tbeee article free on requeet to all wr uberibe now. Hie Daly Louisville Herald and Hopkinsville Kentnckiaa No eubtertptlon drug(ts. f rf" $3.Z2 1 m be taken for The Herjud to be mailed to My town or city where that paper ie d-- Job - Printing at This ,Qffice. MT. tagr SUBSCRIBE NQW. ! tol Wy eevrHer, teaveatea'tly. L4oa wkka cab b QkriM, SUBSCRIBE NOW. ft a HOPKINSVILLE KENIUCKIAN, MAY 1 fDR. a OMot ami c P. ISBELL BEF STEW AND DUMPLINGS Helpless As a Baby. I CUTTING OUT THE UYER Diet Ten-Doll- ar f itirtntry niyiioitii Httattal Cw. 7 ttrm mi JMt-n- 4. Cxcillent lath Dr. R. F. McDanlet Wye, Ear, Noti and ttirwt J. B. Alleniworth, Attrnty-at-Law, Qtifa: Hoppw Baildh, Up Stairs. Front CwrtHHN. Cut two onions, one small turnip HMklnavlllo, K and half a carrot Into dice and eth'PhnM Valley Heights, Va. Mrs. Jennie Substantial Dish That B. Kirfoy, in a letter fromthte plce, May Be Prepared at Comparatively Small Expcnco. 1 wm atef: in bed far meatha with womanly troubles. I I vm an "altch" bono for this and helpless, at times, reserve Jart for a roast, as tho whole wm so weak and that I could not raise my bead off bono would mako stew enough for 15 ooplo. However, Bhlnbono can bo the pillow. I commenced to take (SPd If you prefer. Card si, and I saw it was Helping me, Take off enough vt tho fat to brown at once. Now I work all day." As he meat and vcgotublea and Jet H a tonic, for weak women, nothing ie trying out while you are preparing been found, for fifty years, that io meat. If there Is not fat use a would tako the place of Cardui, It little pork fat or drippings. Cut your meat into dice about n will Buraly do you good, Cardui is nch largo each way, dredge prepared from vegetable ingredients, ell with salt, pepper and flour, ad and has a specific, curative effect on irown in hot fat. Put Jn your stew-pa- the womanly organs. Try a bottle What ttwngry Racetrack Gambler When, Ha Found a SOOT-1-C- I nji nine llll. DE tfc-- e n. Hotel Latham Barber Shop Fine Bath Rooms. Four First Class Artists. FRANK BOYD, RS. FEIRSTEIN & OUISENBERRY DENTISTS " Jk Office Over Waller & Trice 'Phone 419 brown; add to the meat, cover with boiling water and cook until tho meat is tender. Remove bono and skim off tho fat; add six or eight small potatoes, which have been pared and parboiled. Add salt and popper to taste. Cook until nearly dono and then add dumplings. Dumplings. One pint of flour, teaspoon of salt, 2 teaspoons baking powder. Mix thoroughly. Add enough nilk to make, asoft dough. Shapo and cook ten minutes in the soft dough. Add salt and baking powder to the flour, and sift all so as to mix them thoroughly with enough milk to mako a dough' you can handle; it will tako about & cupful; they can be dropped from tho spoon or shaped a little with the hands. Tho stew should bo boiling rapidly when tho dumplings aro added, and continue to boil rapidly while tboy aro in. Do not have so much water or broth in tho stow that tho dumplings cannot rest on tho meat or on tho potatoes. If they do not they will be heavy. And do not put in so many that they will crowd each other, for that makes them heavy also. Boston Globe. r L HUQH MC8HANE THE PLUMBER. oth Phones. 312 S.'.MalnSt a, J Household UyESTIONS Wood alcohol is excellent to clean a flno gold chain. Hot vinegar will remove paint stains from glass. The drooping fronds of a fern indicate that It is rootbound. The paraffin paper which lines boxes is good to polish "flatirons on. Zinc can be polished 'by rubbing it with a cloth dipped In kerosene. Cold water soothes the pain of any sudden Inflammation of the eye. Equal parts of milk and lukewarm water Is- excellent for sponging palms. A torn umbrella can sometimes bo mended by using black adhesive plan - Sale Bills If jro Intend to bava a sal iti oar price PRINTED Si R i , I arc fixed for turning work cf this kind double-quic- k, time. Herbert Corey, tho champion long- dislanco anecdote teller of the world, says thniwhero he camo from, in Ohio, there wna a stranded! hungry racetrack- gambler who struck town and found the friend of. his 'boyhood restaurant, runnings a short-ordhs says tho.Saturdny Evening Post. Tho rcatnuranl man made his old o welcome and at first fed him copiously! but after a week or so SOOT-I-CID- E trrew wcarv of bo unrirohtnble a today. At your druggist's. decided to give tho wait- guest Advertisement. crs a gentle hint. .XT SolieMn8lructed tmr.waiters to begive himjbnly liver to eat-li- vcr thoT cheapest thing on the' bill Hopkinsville ing of fare.( The racetrack man had liver for breakfast, dinner and sup perjust liver, and nothing but liver.Ho lived on liver nine days; then,3jnthc morning of the tenth he 1913, Corrected Apr . 8, foundSlO bill on the street. Retail Grocery Prices. Hoimndc hotfoot for tho most nrc- tentiotBf'cafe in tho place. The menu Country lard, good color and clean I CARRY THE MOST COMPLETE LINE OF 14c and 15c per pound. was printed m French, lie beckoned TT ii.- Country bacon, lGc per pound. to me waaiuf i imm. Black-ey- ed "Have you got liver here?" he peas, $3.25 per bushel. osked Country shoulders, 12&c pound. Country hams, 21c per pound. "This is liver," said tho waiter, pointing to a line on the card. Irish potatoes, $1.00 per bushel. TheTgambler laid a thumb over Northern eating Rural potatoes Of any house in the city. Give me a call .when you per bushel it firmly. $1.00 want something good to eat. "Now, then!" he said, "bring mo Texas eating onions, $1.25 per bushel $10 worth each way from liver 1" Red eating onions,$1.25 per bushel , Nice Line Fruit and Candy Always On Hand. Dried Navy beans, $4.00 pei WOMAN AS MOSAIC WORKER bushel Large'' Fane) of the Virgin In WestCabbage, 2& cents a pound. minster Cathedral, London, Dried Lima beans, 60c per gallon.' Is Her Work. Country dried apples, 10c pei 204 South Main pound, 3 for 25c In Westminster cathedral, Lon- - 1 Daisy, cream cheese, 25c oei don", .a, woman "master" mosaic pound worker;. Miss Gertrude Martin, has Fuji cream brick cheese, 25c pei been instrustcd with carrying out the mosaics in the Lady chapel. She in . round ' 1.. i Fu'j cream Limberger cheese, 25c ii. vuiy wuiuuu ujinibiui li luusaiu ! uie : worker in England, and her present pei pound Popcorn.dried on ear,2c per pound work marked the commencement of her career as such. The designs, Fresh Eggs 20c per doz which are by Mr. Arming Bell, con-si- st Choice lota fresh, of a largo panel, representing country butter, in pound prints, 30c. OEA.1l.ERS IN .the Virgin, behind the altar, and GRANITE AND MARBLE MONUMENTS, Fruits'. four niches representing the proph-- ( Lemons. 30? per doz. CUT STONE, ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WORK. v ets Daniel, Jiizekiel, Isaiah and Navel Oranges, doz Marble Yards and Office N Main Street, Between 1st and 2nd Sts. Bananas, 20c and 25c doz Miss Gertrude Martin says that New York State apples $3.50 te CEMENT ANl LIME FOR SALE when a child she. wanted to be an $6.00 per barrel artist, and when she was old enough Cumb. Telephone 490. Hopkinsville, Kentucky. Cash Price Paid For Produce. she studied in art schools in Eng- er CLEANS FLUES And Removes Soot from Stove Pipes t com-rad- aff Your stoves smoke and won't draw geta bbx of and end your troubles. Price 25c. IF Market FOR SALE BY Incorporated. Quotations. Anderson & Fowler Drug Co., Staple and Fancy Groceries Country Produce Bought and Sold. J. K. TWY MAN ( ( SEE well-work- ed McClaid & Armstrong Jere-miah- 30c,-,50c,pe- r ter. il POPULAR f aa)9MBBBBBaaaVHaB7 Popular Mechanics "WRITTEN SO YOU CAM UNDERSTAND IT" Magazine - A GREAT Continued Story of the A "iay begin reading at any time, and viuch will hold your interest forever. Tir.tJ. ,t,,W. unit When soaking mackerel or other salt fish seo that the skin is upper most. Fill halved peaches with whipped cream and cover with grated macaroons. Begin at the root of an onion, peeling it upward. The Juice will not fly In your eyes. When watering house plants, a little sweet milk added will often be a benefit to them. Dried lemon peels sprinkled over tho coals will destroy any disagreeable odor in tho house. When frying oysters, try adding a little baking powder to the crumbs in which they aro rolled. Poultry. Dressed hens, 12c per pound Dressed cocks, 7c per pound live hens, 10c per pound; live cocks . 3c pound; live turkeys, 14: per -pound A U11U y Roots, Hides, Wool and Tallow. Prices paid by wholesale dealers tr butchers and farmers: -- 0 PASES ' tij I Constepaf mm "For many years I was troubled, In rc medical need. fmlto of all At last I found quick relief and euro In those mild, yot thorough and d Curried Tripe. Slice two onions, good sized ones, nnd drop them Into a stewpan with two tablespoonfuls of butter and brown them over a quick Are. Then piece of tripe that has mrur Mechanics" (10 pages) tells how to into this put a small pieces, pour over - '."!?oTfumlture,wireIessoutfits,boat3, been cut into h lit, magic, and all the things a boy loyea. enough broth to cover and stow until ru',1 X EAR. SMMLE C9WS 15 CENTS Into a teacupful of broth tender. Ask your newsdealer, or and half a teacupful of cream stir r J3 mSE BAKPLS POPY TODAY slowly a teaspoonful of flour, with the and MECHANICS CO. same amount of curry powder, with uLAR when smooth stir tho mixture in A rt., ciMcaeo 1 1 iv. .vihintftoi the tripe and onions, and boil a little longer, or until it haB thickened as much aB It will. When this is cooked I turn into a hot dish and garnish with croutons. 360 PICTUKS ZOO ARTICLES OF KNERAL INTEREST "Shop Notei" Department (20 pages) r"j easy ways lo do things how to make EACH MONTH I . 11 1 1 J I I really wonderful DR. KING'S KewLif r reuti prn nnm Adolph Schlopoek, a t,r ai Buffalo, N. V. 1 nntinniQTO. 10 AND 15c yolk of one egg will bo required to mako n good broth which will be found most strengthening for an invalid. Strain out all the moat and pieces from the brqth, and put It Into a t'aucopan on the flre. Make it very .hot, but do not lot it boll and then add to It the beaten yolk of egg and thomllk. Stir it over tho tiro tor a minmo. or iwo, buubuu u carefully, Und'aerve It In a hot cup or basin, . . quarter of a pint of mutton broth. three tablespoonfuls of milk and tho A Mutton Broth for Invalids. T PER COPY ALL THE LATE Rag Songs, Etc. double butter, add two tablespoons of flour mado smooth, and pour, over not mint anu return to tho bo'llor. Cook a little and put away to cool. Then add your lobster In small pieces and pour over It and put in. tho ovou and brown. This is delicious. holler." two tablespoonfuls of Put'ft pint of 'milk in tho Lobstt 8tew. AT Blythz's DRUG STORE, COR. 9TH and CLAY German Cabbage Salad. of a head of. cabbage cut aa for sauerkraut; ono Btnall onf tableion, sliced; ono and spoonfuls of oltve oil or salad, oil, salt and pepper to tasto. Cover and let stand on back of stovo for threw to use. It is a home Hours, stirring or mixing occasionally. 50c and $1.00. Guaranteed f of a druggists. When ready to serve add manful of vinegar. AdvwtiMUcat. M Ono-quart- pne-hal- Roots Southern ginseng, $5.75 lb "Golden Seal" yellow root, $1.35 11 M ayapple, 35; pink root, 12c and 13 CONCERT INNOVATION. Tallow No. I, 4i; No. 2, 4c. Pnnpprf rnprs hnvn oftnn heon an- Wool Burry, 10c to I7c; Cleai Grease, 21c. medium, tub washed noyed by the encore system. At next I DEPE DEN 23c to 80c; coarse, dingy, tub washed Saturday's symphony concert at 18c. Queen's hall the problpm will be1 Feathers Prime white goose, 50c solved. If you like Scriabine's "A a dark and mixed old goose, I5c to 80c; Poem of lure, winch has arouscu "HONEST GOODS A !' H0N8ST PRICES." gray mixed, I5c to 30c white duck' controversy in Russia nnd is now presented for the first time in Eng-lnn22c to 35c, new. gFOR RELIABLE WATCHES AND JEWELRY. do not "encore" it. For it is quotation Hides and Skins These You must go to a Reliable, Competent and Experienced Dealer. are for Kentucky hides. Southern to be played twice, the second time s We make a specialty of Fine nd Reliable for all purgreen hides 8c. We quote assorted at the end of the program. Those poses. Quality Guaranteed Best, prices lowest. betlots dry flint. I2c to I4c. 10 who do not want to hear it again ter demand Dressed geeso, 11c per pound for may go before the symphony starts The'.Peoples' Jeweler and Optician. Watch Inspector L. & N. R R. choice lots, live 51 again. It is a' good idea to lot out Fresh country eggs, 15 cents per those whose digestion will not stand If You Buy It From Skarry It's Good. dozen two goes Of symphonies. It will be N Fresh country butter 25c lb. A good demand exists for sprinp interesting to note how many perchickens, and choice lots of fresh sons etay at tho end of tho meal to country butter take anothor cut from the joint. London Chronicle. Hay and Grain. ' v No. I timothy.hay, $18 00 CHECK ON HER HUSBAND. i. No. I clover hay, $17 00 Clean, bright straw hay, 25c(bale A Lakovvood woman has made a Alfalfa hay, $21 00 wonderful invention and she hasn't White seed oats, 50c protected it by patent QrvgJpyright, Black seed oats, 50c body. bo it is now available Mixed seed oats, 65c '. to it. Listen No. 2 white corn, 70c A friend of hors wns calling the whea&bran, $24.00 Winter other day and she said :, "How do you know when your Best Medicine For Colds.; husband forgots to mail the letters When a doctor recommends 7a you give hifh in thbm6rning?" remedy for colds, throat and lung - "Oli. thato easy, T always put a troubles, you cm fee I sure that he card addressed to mysolf in tho knows what he is talking about. G. bunch. If I don't receive that card Lower, urugeist, of Marion, Ohio, on tho next day I know that he has been delinquent. And i can prove writes of Dr. King's New Discovers "I know Dr. King's New Difciveryiit on him. And-- it only costs one ' is tho best throat and lung medicine' cent 1" Cleveland Plain Doalcr. I sell. It cured my wife of a severe REAL TE8T. bronchial cold after all other remedies failed." It will do the same for, You Undo Ezra Groat cracky t ..... ll A Blick stallion owned by I, L. Litchfield, is nt the mil lie servire at hP W, S. placp, near Longview, for the season of 1913. Fee $15.00. I ways has Deen mucn interested m mosaic work. The panel of the "Virgin and two of the niches are now complete, and are good specimens of mosaic work, especially the figure of the Virgin. -and Child. The faces, seen at dis- tance, have a wonderfully soft ef--( Of four good pictures, every day. Mr. Tired Business Man and the weary feet, inis part of the picture Miss HhonDer will be wonderfully refreshed bv stonninc in for an hniir nf nlenn Martin carries out herself. entertainment. Conducted by home people and the money taken in at tho box office is all spent right here with you. ; j O D AAAkJ I Rex N The Theatre Beautiful Runs That Universal Program j N T PICTURES ONLY d, time-piece- 9-- JS. H. SKARRY, for-ever- . r 1 King Alcyone, Ch-ath- am b, .11 !5.,6""J Puck. P1"- - one-hal- can give 'em a pennant. ,Ko,v Ic'8 M. lf Advertise in The Kentuckian. - .3S 8 HUPKINdViLLt KENfU USUaW, Will CEMETERY THE CARNIYAL 144,000 FREE MEALS RIVERSIDE CUT PRICES! HI Seem To Be the Order of the Day! FOR THE VETERANS Imummm Stxtot'i Utatty Report 12 Stan h Or Ftr Aaotiwr wee, lick- - 4$v" PrtotnMM! Made 1 it Btutf Chattanooga U tariak Dvriag .. - April. e4 By Moat fte (MA Fefiowi. I,, li Come to my store for your goods. I will meet any competition. My motto is always Entertain Yettraits. CWUmoofr,'TM., April 30 In - THE BEST AT LOWEST PRICES! New Silks and Trimmings, new Wool Dress Good' and Trimmings, Ratine, Russian Cords, Poplins, Silk Ginghams, White and Colored Linens, Pique, Lawns, White and Fancy Goods, Pepperell Sheeting, 10-price 22c yard; Ladies' Suits and Extra Skirts, Carpets, Druggets, Rugs, Mattings, Linoleums and Oil Cloths, ail at CUT PRICES. . 4, T. Main Street, ML JONES, Hopkinsville, Ky. ft: hi It is a per- 35 Head Brought an Average of $57.50 PerHead fect food for infants or anyone troubled with weak digestion. TRY A CAN. We have 3 sizes 5c, 10c and 15c. sterlizing and is absolutely nothing but milk. TheW. C. T. U. Medal Contest has been postponed and will not be h ld until next Tuesday night, May 6.h. Mrs. Florence Loomis, State Superintendent of Medal Contest work, who will drill those who will take part, arrived in the city Tuee day and the contestants are all pre paring enthusiastically to win the silver medal. There will be a pro : W. C. T. U. Drill. : gram of music, drills, and other interesting features. Everybody who Mrn. Florence Loomis arrived Bob Taylor Lives, can do so should be present for it Tuesday and is drilling the contest Attorney-at-LaYou cannot afford to buy other In the two bright and beautiful will be a very enjoyable occasion. ants for the W. C; T. U. medal. Illuminants when you can buy Office: Bohn Building, Up Stairs. books just issued, "Lectures and Mrs. Loomis comas' to us from Mad- Front Cuurt House, Best Literary Traductions," and isonville where she was wonderfully FOR FLETCHER S R. L. MYRE, same office. Collec"Life and Career" of Senator Rob- successful with three contests. tions aspecialty. ert Love Taylor, handsomely iilus- FROM US trated.you cannot hear againhis voice Bribery Trials On. or see the humorous curl of his lips, Put a Columbia National Mazda Lamp in every Charleston. W. Va., April 28 that convulsed a continent with W. T. TANDY, President, IRA L. SMITH, Cashier, The trial of seven members of the socket before you pay your next month's light bill. laughter, but, within the covers of West Virginia legislature, one senaJNO B. TRICE, Vice Prest. J. A. BROWNING. JR., Asst. Cash. . these volumes, are the pictures wovhis wondrous w6rds, and, tor and six representatives, charged en of laughing through their sunny pages, with accepting bribes in connection are all of the inimitable stories which with the campaign of Wm. Seymour old kind he told to the multitudes. In "Life Edwards for United States senator See that every light you buy has the Columbia and Career," pens of genius have last February, is set for today in the traced his romantic life from its Kanawha county intermediate court. stamp on it and you will be sure to get the best. miming in "Happy Valley," through Those under indictment are Senator his young and roseate dreams, B. A. Smith and Delegates H. F. through stress and storm, through Ashbury, George S. Van Meter, T. cheering throngs, and on intojthe J. Smith, David E. Hill, S. U. G. INCORPORATED. waiting shadows, loved ancUfaurel Hhodes and Rath Dun4. crowned. A Hen With a Reputation. We expect to sell millions 6f these Treats all diseases of domesticated DR. R. L. BRADLEY. According to the current issue of books. First edition going fast. animals scientifically and performs al) Cloth, $2 the Volume, $4 the Set, Farm and Fireside creditable egg Veterinary Surgeonjand Dentist Half Morocco, $2.75 the Volume, records are not confined entirely to operations known to the Veterinary $5 the Set, Full Morocco, $5.50 the flocks of the experiment Btations. A Office. Infirmary and Shoeincr Force profession. Special attention givST Wyandotte, which is 8th, bet. Main and Water Sts, Volume. $10 the Set. The people Golden-Lace- d want them. A harvest for Agents. still less than a year old, laid 90 eggs Office Phone, 211. to the shoeing of horses with disin 104 days. She is a product of First-Cla- ss Night Phone, 127. Liberal comissions. Address, Texas. Night Phone Home, 1479. eased feet. Terry T. Martin. Gen. Mgr. pf Ky. Box 6 Hopkinsville. Ky. The public don't realize that Evaporated Milk is simply Care If you have money to invest we Advertisement. k can place it for you, Secured by cow milk reduced to the consistency of cream by evaporamortgage on real estate, at 7 and 8 Furniture Dealers Funeral Directors I tion. VAN CAMP is guaranteed to be absolutely pure CATTLE SALE. per cent. Can loan sums from $200 on up. and wholesome in every respect. It is prepared by ! PENSHAW LJARTON National Mazda THE QUALITY COLUMBIA MAZDA LAMP. commemoration af the bloody battle at Cnkkamauga w ymx ago, Chattanooca announces Miection of tha plana for enterlalrtaiawfc of the Unit ed Confederate Veaarans and tWa Sons who will hold ,fair 23rd animal officials Reunion May of tb G. A. R. stale-- ' that Chatta nooga's expenditure far entertain-men- t and amosem-etc., will bt on a moro lavish &cA,tfcn was ever necessary for their eting, even surpassing: the high water mark at " Loa Angeles. expected in Chattanooga that It is upward of 12,000 veterans w 1 be present, all of whom will betendered free lodging and meals at Camp Alexander P. Stewart. Some fellow with a love for statistic? nals figured that this means the seryice'of 144,000 free meals in the course of it o u r days. The requisite number of Government tents and cots have been loaned by the War Department. Theyearl913 will perhaps mark the last pilgrimage of most of the veterans of 1863 to ground made sacred by the heroes of the Blue and Gray on the heights and in the shadow of Lookout Mountain. 27-Hle , total of 12 burial daring April, 9 of eHy people and S of pao-p-i. Ten of theaa ware la en weak, making; the record waak for the Cemetery. Tho Hat of burials for tbe month if givan baldwr Krt. Hanry Anna Marnad; infant of G. T. LittleHaM, Mm. Mary . Morris, Mrs. Battia Campbell, counoot-af-to- The report oi J, T. Jeajisow, am tdi af KirtraWk Cemetery, shows a BrotWs are taa naly show- . try; Norrii C. Clamans, Virginia Kellie Frances Piaree, TbomH, Mm. Annie Jonas, Mrs. Al cyan Bacon, Mrs. Sal lie B. Stmwstt, Illlinoie; John M. Barron, county; Alex 6. Warfiald. Ca cMW; Mrs. nara for a two weeks. Tbafr flrat en itav of gagement with the Old Filows closed last Saturday mailt. Their contract stated that if tfta rain should interfere with the cerformancs the first week they could hold over for the second week. The two laat daj of the weak, which are always ta best, wara altogether unfavorable, hence a new contract being entafad into. The shows were moved into the vacant lot west of the baseball park, as the grounds were needed for practice by the local team. that have ever baa Why "IFORNI" LKN8C a ma HaMai. one of tha kws of physics that if wa look sfoaignt through (perpen- dieanur to- taa sarfaca) any trans- - It is (A - . Bouquet For Bryan. DR. BEAZLEY 11 aipacll!ait (Eye, Ear, Noae and Throat) Contest Postponed. tah Ogden, Utah, April members of the W. C. T. U. informed Secretary William J. Bryan that his "diplomatic dinner" was to their liking. Mrs. E. E. Shepherd, the center. state present, and a delegation of COME IN AND MAKE ME PROVE white ribbeners, representing the THIS, state organization, met the secretary at the railway station. After preS. H. HORNER, D O. S senting him with a monster bouquet, Mrs. Shepherd formally thanked him for his course, and praised his cour- Wholesale and Retail age. Jeweler and Optician. 28.-U- parant sabatance tueh as glsja ae rays of light will proeaad differ, but If wa look at an angle to the. surface, the rays of light are bent (refracted) from their straight .course. Therefore, with the ordinary. FLAT ens, there is only one position, the center, that gives perfect vision. With my "IFORM" LENS, no mat ter whether you look straight ahead r at one side, up or down, you are looking through the lens perpendic ularly to the surface, and get as clear vision at tha edge as through I R. C. HARDWIC , J. B. Allensworth, w, . Children Cry CASTORIA City Three times as much light for the same cost Bank & Trust Co. BLACK HARDWARE CO. Sole Agents. Capital Surplus $60,000.00 $100,000.001 i- - VAPORATED Is a ("REAM Article. (D Walter Kelly & Co. Advertisement. PHONE 861 OL HOPKINSVILLE See Out Show Windows. W.T. Cooper WE GIVE PREMIUM & Co. TICKETS WITH CASH PURCHASES hundred. Most of the cattle U82d for herding. After the working capital, exceptional collection arrange- first Pdnnyrpytl fair thero.wil he With ample ments, and a thoroughly organized office system this bank more attention paid to raising fii e the ability and disposition to extend to its customers canl, Banking Facilities deposit. Hopkinsville is not only a leading tobacco market, well up to thefront as a mule market, always busy in buy'ng and selling horses, but is also opening up as a cattle market. Last summer we had a mosr. satisfactory sale of fine hogB and Monday 35 hend of Hereford cattle were sold here at Richard Leavell's stab'e by J. W. Russell and J. E. Mosely., Th.iire was quite a cr nvd present and bid ding wa3 spirited, the bunch being di posed of at an average of $57.50 Why Not Buy the BEST Lawn Mower? IT DOESN'T pay to buy a poor one. Poor ones go to pieces in short order. They gnaw the grass ' P't will be instead of cutting it. They are clumseythey jerk and rim aslant and make you think it's more trouble than it's worth, to keep your lawn looking trim and fresh. Make up. your mind to have the easiest work- -' ing and .sharpest cutting lawn mower made. It will cost you no more than an inferior kind very facility warranted by safe, conservation banking. Three per cent interest on Time Certificates oi has THURSDAY NIGHT May 8, is Date of Coneert if it at you buyj a NORLBIGH' DIAMOND or RUGBY BANK OF HOPKINSVILLE (X Pembroke. A from us. Nat Gaither, President; J. E. Mcpherson, L. McPherson, Asst. Cashier. Casme.,-H-. benefit concert and old time fid dlers' cqntest will be given at FIRST NATIONAL BAN Is HOPKINSVILLE KENTUCKY. I UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY On(y National Bank In This Community) Capital., $75,000.00 Surplus 25,000.00 , . . . . 75,000.00 Stockholders' Liability ISSUES TRAVELER'S CHECKS GOOD IN ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD. broke Thursday night, May 8, the 'net proceeds to ir towards defray- Ing tho fxnenses of Confederate Veteran's of this county who desire to attend the reunioi at Chatta nooga, but who are financially un- able to' di) so. A varlori and veri novel program has been arranged and the entertainment will doubtless be liberally patronized. Prr; ery class of work that any other on the market. We. can sell vou a mo.wer that is best for ev- will last longer and do more work with less labor than , It will stay sharp, kepf a keen cutting edge, and soon pay fpr itself in Stop' in to-da- resharpening expense. y and select the one you want. Wholesale jDestructi Half of the tobacco beds hi Henderson county are said to have been ruind by gram seed. Reward have been ottered for the perpetrators, HAS Thro Pr Cnt lntorl A REGULAR SAVINGS Paid on I avktsi DEPARTMENT and Tim Dpe', wmmmmmmmmmfmmmmmmfr