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THE YEAR Will Probably Be Held Watch The DaU promptly. nd not mlm mm beiv Th Pottal INrtriMtwM requlrft sabfcrlcUOBI M ht paid la adrance. roar Mm, uw Yol. XXIV Current ' HCFXINSVILLE, KENTLCKT THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1913. NO 81 Comment. ENTHUSIASM 'FIRST MEETING RAIN FOR Was Manifested Night. There were many speakers at the meeting of the H. B. M. A. last Mon day night and the talks along different lines were very interesting and enthusiastic. Mr. J. F. Bible said that where there was a live business me'ns as sociation much could be accomplished that could not be done by others, no matter how interested men might be in anything looking to the wel fare of the city. By united efforts almost anvthing can be done.. Judge W. T. Fowler, who ia fa miliar with what has been done by agriculturalist Morgan, commended him in most positive terms and made the assertion that Mr. Morgan has already saved the county a hundred times what it has cost to have such a man in our midst. Mr. Morgan gave a most interest ing talk, dwelling more particularly on the northern part of the county. He thinks that section is a. garden spot and the proper cultivation of the farms wi'l show that it is rich in agricultural resources. There were a number of other speakers, nmong them President Cooper Hon. Frank Rives and A. H. Eckles. These gentlemen all know the possibilities of the Association for future work and spoke in glow ing terms of what has already been done. DOING WELL Purely Personal. , MiM Jessie Wilson will bo the 13 h White House bride'. . REAPPOINTED at Business Of New Directors of II. B. M. A. 'Men's Meeting Thursday Life say's a woman in the kitchen Public Library Directors Named ia'worth two in the voting 1ooth. Tonight. The following is the result of the annual election of officers of the Hopkinsvjlle Business Men's Association held last Monday night. President, R. E Cooper, re elect ed; 1st Vice President, W. R Wheel er; 2d Vice President, M. C. Forbes; Treasurer, J. A. Browning, Jr. The Secretary is elected by the Board of Directors. Tiie Board of Directors elected Monday night is composed of the following gentlemen: J. H. Bell, H. M. Frankel, Geo. D. Dalton, G. E. Gary, E. H. Hester, J. C. Johnson, H. A. Keach, J. D. J. J. Metcalfe, I. M. Neb-letF. K. Yost, D. D. Cayce. The Directors-wilhold their first meeting tonight in the rooms of the Mc-Gow- j& ;vH-- . , i boy and his dog rescued a man For Terms Beginning 'ftr frorn drowning at Atlantic City, the do"doing the biggest part of the work. July 1. ' WASiPAID FOR jLieut. L. H. Call, of the army av- MUCH WORK iation corp3, was killed by a fall at City, Texas, Tuesday. He fell ,'500 feet! Heavy Expenditures For Sew-- ; w. Mrs. Sue Shanklin has returned from a visit to her daughter, Mrs, Grubb9, at Oak Grove. Thirty Inches In Six Months, Mrs. W. E. Glllenwater, of Na3h yille, i3 the guest of Mrs. John Win-fre- e, Half of It Was In South Virginia street. Miss Bessie Waller has gone to January. Colorado Springs to visit Mrs, P. T, Waggoner. Mrs. H. W. Scott, after a vtsifc Icr MAY AND "JUNp VERY DRY. Dr. and Mrs. M. W. Williams, hac returned to her home in Monmontb, -- Official Records As Kept . Both houses of the Georgia legis cloture refused to allow the women ' suffragists to meet in the capitol chambers during their StaCon-- . vention. - , ers And Streets Last Month. Weather Observer W. F. Randle. III. Mrs. OdieT, Davis has gone to By Salem, Ind., to visit her parents and will be absent for some time Mrs. Jamfl3 McClure went to Nashville last week to visit relatives From Nashville she will go to Col- Porter Charlton, of Jersey City, will be taken back to Italy this week with all priBent except Dr. & N. folvthe to be tried for the murder of his A contract with the L building of the 14 th street sewer unwife three years ago, while t h e.y" der its right of way was ordered were on their honeymoon". signed by the Mayor. "The Council met Mmdnv night t, l Association. , ft The Library Board submitted a to compromise report snowing what has been done with thesuffrugettes. why not g ant the ballot, to unmarried women only for the last six months in preparing who are over 30 years of age? There for the erection of the building. The would not be enough of them to mayor reappointed the Board f6r the full terras beginning July 1, as burn a church. follows: Mrs. W. A. Radford to July 1, 1914; Frank Rives to July 1, TO STAY IN JAIL 1915; Ira L. Smith to July 1, 1916; W. T. Tandy and Mrs. T. C. Under Henry Forrest Failed to Es- -' wood to July 1, 1917. The appoint ments were approved by the Council. ; If England wants WANTS $1,100 For Damage to Himself and Breaking Up Buggy. Thomas West, early in the morning of one day last week, while driving out South Main street, drove un der a rope stretched from the East side to the West side of the street as a blockade. The buggy body was torn from the running gear of his buggy;but it was not reported that Mr. West's 'sustained any personal injury. Last Monday Mr. West filed a suit against the city in the circuit court in the sum of $1,100 for damages to himself and his vehicle. The rope wasjacross the strpet to stop traffic on account of the critical illness of Miss Annie Forbes and ' a red light was hung upon it. HIGH TEMPERATURES tablish an Alibi. Jk. Tuesday morning Henry Forrest, , was before Judge Knight on a charge of assassinating Howard Burnett, col., last Thursday night. After hearing the evidence and a strong effort to establish an alibi At Forrest was put under $1,000 bond to' await th actiqn of the September wgrand-3ury- . ,.. Ora Lee Trice, the negro woman mixed up in the case, was set at lib erty, as there was no incriminating evidence before the court. col . THE REX Is Offering Fine Bills For day and Friday. Manager Shrode presents To- a fine The is an Imp leading presentation drama, called "His Mother' Love." Friday's bill is a thriller as a starter for other good things. It is a Bison, entitled "The Guerilla's Menace," and like all western plays catches the young and old alike. There's something doing every min- bilhfor today and tonight. 2-r- The budget of accounts for June contained bills aggregating $5,758 78. about $4 200 for sewers. Judge T. P. Cook was allowed $50 for services in the Gee case nnd the Basebal Club was given $200 The Assessor's report was accept ed and the Collector's receipt for $71,967 58 in taxes and apportion ment warrants ordered to record. " In of citizens anrer"to and on recommendation of the Health Officer the sewer traps removed at 9th and Main last year were ordered put back at the four corners. Citizens complained of horse trading on Fourth street and "swapping alley" was ordered removed to the open ground at Edgewater Park, near Second street and the river. An order was made to provide the postmaster with a new map of the city for his use in routing the city for free delivery. Several pavement ordinances were passed, including sidewalks on Jones street, on both sides of Bryan street to Clay and on west side of North Main from Means avenue to Mrs. Means' corner. In California Are Hopkinsville Young Men. Everybody likes to hear of the suc cess achieved in the business world by Hopkinsville boys, who are to be Weather Observer Randle has fur nished us with his report of the precipitation for the first six months of this year. The report is quite an interesting study to those that "mind the weath er." During the month of January the city had 9 rains with 5 traces of rain that is under half an inch. On the 6.h 2.15. 7th 2.15, 8.h .90, 11th 4 00, 12tb .90, 17th .90, 20th 1.20, 23d. 90. 'The total precipitation for the month, including traces, was 14.73 inches. The total rainfall for the other five months was only 15 71 ir.ches, against 14.73 inches for January 1 inch more for the 5 months. In February, on the 3d, 10th, 22d. 27th, we had precipitations under an inch in measurement. On the 26th we had 2 inches of rain. Total, 4.32. In April we had but 2 52 inches of rain. On the 10th the precipitation was 1.18 inche?. On the 3d the trace was .48. 8th .05, 9th .05, llth .18, umbia, Tonn., before returning home. Mrs. Willie Goldthwaite has ro turned from Elkton, where she visited her daughter, Mrs. S. M. Russell, Mrs. J. P. Lindsay and daughter of Bardwell, are the guests of Mrs, Clifton Harned. Miss Linda McDaniel, of Louisville, is visiting her aunts, Misses Katie and Lottie McDaniel. Miss Mabel Oldham, after a visit to her cousin, Miss Ruth Oldham,, returned to Elkton last week. Adrian Humphreys, of Louisville, was in the city this week on business. Leslie Kelly, who has been making: his home in New Orleans for some? years, is here visiting relatives. Mrs. J. W. Harned has returned from a visit to Nashville. Mrs. E. H. Barker and daughter and Misses Cornelia Cowan and Dor- ute. First Bnrial, Man Killed; In 1881 when the new Riverside Cemetery was opened, the first three men buried in it were killed. Last month the Cave Spring Cemetery for colored people was opened and the first man buried therein, Gilbert Hooks, was killed at Casky. However Hooks was not the first person to be buried. The first grave was for Lottie Trice, a young woman. found in every part of the United States, fighting their way from the bottom round of the ladder to the top. Charlie and Cliff Uvershiner, who went to California many years ago to grow up with the country, have done remarkable well. The latter is hers on a visit for the first time in a long wbile and is now living at Orange, Cal. By persever-an- d and close attention to business he has risen to the position of assist ant cashier of the National Bank of Orange. Charlie Overshiner, who learned the printing business in this office, has long since been a newspaper pub lisher and is now proprietor of the Santa Ana Bulletin, He has made IN JAIL good and will receive his appointment to the postmastership of Santa Ana in a few days. He has already re Charged With Killing Gilbert ceived notice that his name will be ssnt to the Senate and his confirma Hooks, Near Casky. tion is beyond question. A large crowd Are So Common That People Don't Mind Them. Got Out Alive. A boy named Aries Bell fell into a deep well at Dixon but was reecued before he drowned. Scraps of Wall Paper Clue To The Identity of a Night Rider. Henderson, Ky. July 9. Scraps of wall paper clinging to the tacks with which a night rider notice was posted, furnished the clu which led to the arrest of the first light rider. The wall paper corresponded to je wall paper in the home of Claude ill, aged 28 years, a farmer, Hying the Webster county lino; and he was arrested. The night rider notice had been posted at the homo of Will Spencer, ajwell-knowWebster county farmwas followed by the destrucer, and tion of Spencer's home by fire. Spencer and his family barely escaped from the burning house with their lives. lr n f t NICE SUM County Court room last Monday, vhen the case of Will Thomas, charged with killing Gilbert Hooks, Realized By Eastern Star On near Casky, some time since, came "From Manger to The up for trial. Unexpectedly Thomas waived an examining trial and was Cross." sent to jail to await the action of the September grand jury. Manager Shrode, the ladies of the John Bonte, of LvansvUle, spent Eastern Star degree and, it seems visited The the first of the week here visiting to us, Rex during the two dayB while "From Mrs. W. T, Bonte. his mother, the Manger to The Cross" was being shown, were delighted with the presentation. The attendance was all that could have been anticipated. Manager Shrode says that hot weath er doe not lessen the attendance The entrance of Hall into the when the bill ia good and ho is going courtroom at Dixon was very dra to have everything that is good if matic; Judge Henson was just de he can get his hands on it- and he livering a rigid charge to the grand can corneas near it as any man handling the movies. jury against night riding, when Hall Mr. Shrode let the E. S. Degree entered the court room to bo ar- have all net proceeds for Monday raigned. Hall, in an interview, ex an; Tuesday and the ladies realized pressed his intention to plead "guil 8overu. hundred dollars, which will ty" to posting a night rider notice be used for buying regalia, jewels and other properties needed in the on Mr. Spencer's house. He was in lodge room. great terror, His bail was fixed at only $200, but no one appeared to Oldest Known Triplets. sign his bond, and he was confined Triplets at Btomington, III,, Free-ma- n in the county jail at Dixon. It is andllira n Rakeatraw and their hoped that Hall will give informa which will assist the officers in marrlsd sUter, celebrated their 59th tion blithday Tuesday, securing o.thcr night riders. evecy-body4h- gathered at the Though we have had 100 degree temperature this week there has been but little complaint. Tuesday the mercury got up to the 10°ree mark but a strong breeze during the day made the heat bearable July has made a good start to put it over June. Three times out of seven days the temperature registered 100. Mr. Randle reports that the minimum parents. Bride. Tuesday night was 69. With cool Alberts. White, wilh headquarnights the people can stand the torRev. J. P. Goodnight of Lincoln ters at Memphis, who is now traveling rid weather during the day, when for a large implement house, was ii the humidity is not too great Old III., and Mrs. Edna Whitaker Perry, the city Tuesday. He said he just Sol has certainly been on the firing were married Tuesday evening at wanted to see how much the city had line all summer. the bride's father, Mr. D. M. Wh'ta-k- r, grown since he was here last and t i ear Casky, Rev. J. B. Eshman, hired a buggy and drove over to MUSICAL CONCERT Bide to see the High School of the C. P. Church, pc formed the building and the many new rest ceremony. It was a quiet home wedBy Hopkinsville Quartette at ding, after which they left for Nash- Idences over there. Mrs. N. Sta.dleman has returned ville, and yes'erday proceeded to School House On Clarks-vill- e from a visit to Louisville. Springfield, Mo., where they will Pike. Will Cate and Miss Ruth Hayden spend the summer. The bride was the widow of the late Rev. H. F. ' attended the mpeting of the Ed- The Hopkinsville Quartette will Perry a Cumberland Presbyterian worth League at Central City this give a singing entertainment at the minister. Mr. Gnodniphf-- is n min. week. W. S, Porter went to Springfield? scliool house in front of Fred Har-ned- 's jister of the same denqmiratlbn. He farm,-oyesterday to put on a big sale for the Clarksville pike, has recently been in shvine under the O. G. Sprouse Co. Saturday night July 12th. The treatment for his eyd composed of L. E. For-t.e- r, quartette is Guy Barnett, E. W. Clark and W. M Cate. Admission 25 cents for adults and 15 cents for children under 15 years. Y g 13th .05. 25th .18, 16th .30, 27th .05. othy Eckles have returned fron Dawson. Total 2 52. Dr. J. N. Prestridge came dawnr May and June were almost as dry as the proverbial powderhorn. - We from(uouijville Tuesday to visit the had no rain in May, only traces, the family of Dr. J. D. Clardy. local showers never measured an Mrs. Jouett Henry returned from inch 68 on the 23d being nearest to Dawson Tuesday. it. The traces were on the 15th, F. R. Dryer left for Los Angeles,. 16th, 17th, 20tb, 22d, 23d, 27th. For Cal., Wednesday. Mrs. Dryer and May 2.18 inches. daughters have been in Los Angeles-foIn June there was no ra;n, with a month or more. Miss Bernicetraces on the 7th, 9th, 20th, 22d. Dryer, who had been taking vocal All the traces measuring .52 of an lessons in Berlin for two year3, had'' inch. to return to America on account of So far in July there has been 35 failing health and will be at the of an inch. family reunion at Los Angeles. W. T. Tandy attended the funeral GOODNIGHT-PERRof Joseph L. Friedman at Paducab Tuesday. Mr. Friedman wac diof the local water company, Young Widow for the Second rector Mrs. R. T. Stowe, Jr., went Time Becomes a Minister's Spring this week to visit her r - the-Eas- . Mineral Wa er of Fine Quality On L'our Sides of Hopkinsville. It is Robert Hille's Rise. Mr. Robert E. Hille, formerly edand itor of the Mrs. Hille and little daughter, will leuve Tuesday for New York, where Mr, Hille will enter the journalist field. Before going to New York they will visit relatives in St. Louie, MrT Hille came to Paducah about five years ago, and has been editor for of the j ears. Paducah Sun. News-Democrat, HopkinBv.lleis only a few miles from fine mineral wells on four sides. Cerulean, famed for 100 years, is 1G miles to the west; SjlJ'lkria. is only 9 miles to the eaa JSfet near Kelly, is a few Pe II, -. north and the sulphur wbi is only five miles to the Smithson News-Democr- at four Mrs. Bettie Smith and children, of Paducah, and two Umm Smith, of Cadiz, are visiting Misa Johnnie Brd, on East FourtMnth it, not generally known that has had the water analyzed and it contains properties that make it equal to well known sulphur waters. The water is clear and coofc and not unpleasant to the taste. has been tried with favorable reault by a number of prominent citizen of the city and county and all speak in high terms of its v a u e, Mrv south. Mr, Smithson about 15 years Smithson has decided to place the ago dug a well on his place at Hebron water on the market &nd ha Church, near Church Hill, and at a ranged to have it delivered in the depth of 105 feet struck a fine stream city at 15 cents a gallon or 10 cmlo of mineral water that has medicinal at the well. The Coatw Drug Co. is qualities of great value, especially in Introducing It in the city for Mr, constipation, indigestion and stomach Smithson, He calk it the "Churcb Recently Mr, Snalthaon mi Mineral WU,' troublw. It 1 9B SB i eg.,' juiiiJi1 iui1 TuooKinsviiie ivcntucRim. rwnliahwi Every OtHac Day, )AY, THURSDAY is 1 Md SATURDAY , ma , LEARN Advantages of Night Schools ami they have become n part of such systems. The raral have been slow to understand tho great wasto in energy that comes through the lack of education in each aud every community. Of courso a few Counties In the pnst year or two havo developed "moonltgM" or night schools, but it is merely a beginning. Naturally one would suppose that a county which had for Its county seat a city the sizo and importance of Louisville would havo seen tho trcnicndond-vantag- e of such schools, but such has not been the case. Whcn It has bees suggested some wiseacre hrts romnrked sagely: "It nln't any use. Nobody '11 come. If they're tod lazy to work they won't come, an' if thoy'ro hard at work '; they'll be too tired at lilght to Come. So there you are." One day early Inst spring your correspondent happened to bo in tho office' of tho county superintendent at the courthouse at Lotlisvillo. While waiting he overheard n rural teacher ask, "If I set u few boys in my neighborhood interested In n night school proposition will you and tho board stand by mo nnd furnish light, heat and somo now lamps?" Of courso tho superintendent sconce agreed to the proposition, but h farmer who stood by edged a llttlo closer nnd asked, 'Who's goln to pay for tho extra work?" Tho teacher flushed for a moment and then managed to stnmmer, "Why-h- ow what do you mean?' "Why," he answered, "yoji ain't in the school teachln' work for "your health, are you? What are you g'oln' to get for this extra two or threo nights work a week from now untU tho end of the spring term of school?" "I'm going to get a big price for the work," she answered, with spirit "Tho price is to be my own satisfaction that I am doing my full duty by tho good m mm Planters Bank of the A' I CondoDted Financial Statement lORKINQSj'BY, CliXs. M. MEACHAM. How Ywmg Brrds Art Taught to ' .. Sing. 4.-v Daftger Frtfm Pneumonia hi Un-settl- & Trust Company HQ?kfotttll, Ky. At thp ctoM C FOR jenrsour largo cities havo recognized the absolute neessrty tor fefct te-- , Weattxe. htieinesa ItMnT t the HopktnatUlo Postoflee Second SUBSCRIPTION RATES: .'...$2.00 PME YEAR Young birds learn to sing, as chll' 1.00 aren MX MONTHS part learn .50 by Imitatingto talk, for the most THREE MONTHS their parents, but while 5c the mother Is tho chief Instructor of HKGLE COPIES Advertising Rntoston Applications baby children, tho father is the principal tutor of baby birds, Ilnrpor's 1S SOUTH MAIN STJtSST. It It Mainly by Imitating Parents, Out While Mother Is Chief Instructor of Children,. Father It Principal Tutor of Baby. Birds. Great Menace In Street Car 'rl Thy Should Be Shunned CHirlnf the Rueti' lours, and EieclHy RESOUR0E3 While One It FaUgUMf. Loans and Discounts... .$2&0.804 ? Jane 30, 1013. Unman id criminals in New York last year outnumbered the married imes three to one. A Henderson barber was prostrated with heat while shaving a man hours later. 2nd died to Jballoonist, Bluff, Mo Mrs. Mirie Coleman, a woman fell 200 feet at Popular , and was killed Friday, Prince Putrica is said to be en gaged to Prince Adolf Friedrich, a German p mce. Princess Pat is 27 and the pi ince several years older. Daniel Turner, a civil war veteran Angeles, now 107 years eld, says the reason he has lived so long is that he has never been "married by a wife." at Los Perry's old flagship the "Niagara" is doing duty in the celebration at Erie. Ic was from this fchip that he sent the famous message "we have met the enemy and they are ours." The Japs at New Castle, Cal., paid all he expenses of a big Fourth of July celebration, decorating the platform with American and Japa nese fl gs. A Jap toastmaster pre sided and there were several Ameri can speakers. JRid Your Children of Worms. You can change fretful, children into healthy, happy by ridding them of youngsters, worms. Tossing, rolling, grinding of teeth, crying out while asleep, ac companied with intense thirst, pains in the stomach and bowels, feverish-nes- a and bad breath, are symptoms that indicate worms. "Kickapoo Worm Killer, a pleasant candy lozenge, expels the worms, regulates the bowels, restores your children to health and happiness. Mrs. J A. Brisbin, of Elgin, III., says: "I have used Kickapoo Worm Killer for years, and entirely rid my children of worms. I would not be without it." Guaranteed All druggists, or by mail. Price 25c. Kickapoo Indian Medicine Co., Philadelphia and St. Louis. Advertisement. Hair Not Right far Learning. Tho Devon education committee has received an Inquiry from the boar& of education concerning a gjrl who Is said to havo been refused admission to a school because her hair was not dressed in pigtail fashion, the London Dally Mall states. The commit-'to- e has decided to leavo tho matter for the local managers. The incident happened, It is stated, at a little school near Bishopstelgnton, .South Devon. The medical officer of tho county recently visited tho school ;and came to tho conclusion that it would bo advantageous to the children's health to have' their hair In . pig-(tail- s. i All the girls came to tho school with 'their hair plaited except ono girl between ten and twelve years of ago, twho insisted on wearing her hair Ihanglng loosely down her back. She was Bent home. Day after day she 'presentod herself at the school with the Bamo result Unsightly Face Spots Are cured by Dr. Hobson's Ecz ma Ointment, which heals all skin eruptions. No matter how long you have been troubled by itching, burning, or scaly skin humors, just put a little of that soothing antiseptic, Dr. Hobson's Eczema Ointment, on the sores and the suffering stops instantly. Healing begins that very minute. Doctors usu it in their practice and recommend it, Mr. Alleman, Pu., says: "Had of Littjetown, eczema on forehead; Dr. Hobson's Ecemt Qintment cured it in two weeks" Guaranteed to relieve or money refunded. A drutrrists, or Price 50c. Pfelffer Chem, by mail. Co,, Philadelphia and.St.' Louis. ical 1 ?VUBMlt. Pradu&lna Ootlmlim. X vary good remedy for anybody's 'paastmlaia to Mai a 14a to pay ate -- V9 Tt hW NIGHT SCHOOL IN LOUISVILLE. folks that have kept mq In one school for ten whole years. Don't you think I owe something to tho people who have given me my bread and butter for ten , years?" That conversation made your correspondent vow that he would visit the llttlo schoolhouse before tho end of the spring term. He did rldo out to tho llttlo building that is perched on a steep hillslope to keep it out of the Ohio river during flood times. It was a dreary, rainy night. As lie nenred tho trolley station ho felt that thero would, bo no one there for work, but he was mistaken. Four boys out of the eighteen enrolled wore on hand nnd ready for business. Not one of the four had walked less than a mile in the damp night air, and all of them bad been nt work all day. Yet there they were, smiling and bright and eager, youngsters who during tho time they had been in school as litrJe tots had done practically nothing. When the teacher said, "I am sorry it's n bad night uud there are only four present," your correspondent thought: "Only four present! But if at this moment each and every schoolhouse in tho county had just this number nt work it would mean that each year 400 would bo caught nnd held nnd developed Into something better and finer thnn hey would be otherwise. If It could be kept up for :en years It would mean ody. thut tho county would have 4,000 made over citizens. In u few years It would Dut not all young birds get such regular lessons. Many try the songs mean n new state. It Is most certainly rery much worth while." themselves, after listening to their fond fathers, and queer, stumbling atFor Cuts, Burns and Bruises tempts they make at first, very much To Mammoth Cave July 30th. the efforts of children learning to like In every home there should be u R und trip railroad fare $3.40. talk. Imitation, therefore, counts for Thus tho egg3 of the English Board at Cave hotel including the box of Buckieu'd Arnica Salve, ready much. to apply in every ca of hums', cuts, common linnet have been taken from routes in the Cave for S5 5) tho nest, and placed under brooding svenl wounds or scalds. J. H. Polanco, skylarks, wood larks and titlarks; and Making ti'al cnst for two dry trip Delvalle, Tex , R. No. 2. writes: in such caso the young linnets have $8.90 Special Couch on regular-trai"Bucklen's Arnica Salve savd my learned tho song of their foster par7:05 a. m. fom lb pklnsville. little girl's cut foot. No one beents. But imitation is not everything. Quito apart from singing lessons and lieved it cou'd be cured." Tho &N. Avent. mimicry, song seems to bo as natural Advertisement. world's best salve. Only 25.. Refor birds as the truo baby talk Is for commended by All Druggists. children who only begin consciously to Advertisement. Punctuality of M. Polncare. imitate their parents after many A story Is 'told in illustration of the and months of on their own accounts. Tho claim that M. Polncare is tho most British Cows Which Eat Flh. European cuckoo, for example, 1b no- punctual manin France. Ho had promDried coalfish, unsalted, is eaten by torious for laying hor eggs In other ised to attend a public banquet, but tho inhabitants of tho Faroo Islands birds' nests, generally those of tho was detained by public business. Ac- (between Shetland and Iceland) or quiet lltle hedge sparrow, Just as the cordingly, ho sent his secretary to their cows, says a consular report. American cowbird lays hers in the take his place at the table and an- The fish, which 1b of tho cod typo, is Yet young nounced that ho might himself bo ex- considered good for cows, as it ennest of tho learn to call, though they pected at ten o'clock. Doubts of his ables them, it Is stated, to yield an cuckoos never know their parontB, and there Is coming wero expressed, but the secre- amplo supply of rich milk. Tho dried no record of tholr ever repeating the tary Bpoko confidently: "M. Polncaro fish is not cooked before being eaten; song of their Involuntary foster par will come; ho will be here at ten- - to It It merely laid on stones and then the minute." In due course, the pouaJ?d with stones or hammers, ents, tho hedge sparrows. clock struck ten, and M. Polncaro was still invisible. The secretary was i Work for Robert. chaffed on the subject, but ho did not Mules For Sale. It Is particularly desirable for tha lose confidence. "M. PQlncaro is bore," principals of foraale seminaries nevor ho said; "he Is waiting for the musio 25 Head Good Big Mules for sale. MIhb to stop bofore entering." to' .lose tholr Tho musio Good for" fallowing purposes. un establish, tho principal of X stopped, and, as the last note died RICHARD LAV ELL. ment of this kind, Is noted for hor away, M. Polncare walked in amid vocoolness. One day alio heard a num- ciferous applause. Advertisement. ber of hor pupils screaming violently . In the Use a Bruh. Perhaps a Traglo Comedy. "Young ladles! i'oung ladles!" she A. paint brush is an excellent thins A writer once said that the world said, reprovingly, entering the room. to remove diwt from cracks aal Is a comedy to those who think, a can be Mho matter that you tragedy to "What It reaches crevlcea thoso who feel. Ho doesn't carved furniture. never could tha where a dust rag shriek in such a way?" say what it is to tlo follow who tries next- yoa cksaa "There's a moueo in tho room!" garbage can througk dust. Try this when to take a wide tho baseboards, window sashe,. "Indeed! But why should you Satire. a narrow alley-wawill never be without a brash. oxalted over so small a matter?" then, with a sharp eye on the nd ;oor, she turned to u subordinate and eraurked, with groat coolness, "JHbs Blue Ribbon patent Flour is as FOR FLETCHER'S good ia can be Jones, go and fetch a policeman at Advertisement, quickly as you caa." Weekly sayS( .Tho power of mimicry is strongly developed In many birds, like our mocking birds, tho English starlings, and tho Indian minus, to say nothing of parrots nnd cockatoos. Somo years ago there was a glossy black hlllminn in tho London zoo, which used to say: "I sy!" and "all might," with a perfect cockney accent, picked up from a worthy keeper, and parrots can learn Hindustani as easily as tho parrot In "Vert-vert- " learned Fronch. The knocking bird seems quite consciously to imitate other birds. Many less conspicuous songsters do the same. Tho little English redbreast, who is the truo robin, has boen hoard singing tho brilliant song of th thrush. Tho English blackbird, one of tho finest feathered choristers, has on two or thrco occasions been caugbf imitating tho cheery call of chant! cleor. An English skylark has bor rowed the homely little song of the chaffinch; and convorted It into soarln? skylark rhythms. But quite apart from this random borrowing, which, how over, shows tho perfectiou of ear, and of tho faculty of mimicry, there is thp regular study and practice by which young birds leant their own proper songs, as well as their call notes, the'r flight songs and the whole repertory o. bird music. Certain birds have been heard giving regular singing lessons to their nestlings. Ovenbords, the HUP ground warblers brown, which fill our woods during May and June with their excited call: "Teacher! teacher! teacher! teacher!" give their little ones systematic singing lessons while tho youngsters are still in the shaped nest on the brown, Dutch-oveground, that has gained the birds their name. First tho father and mother bird sing a duet; then the little ones try to Imitate it; the parents go over it again, and the youngsters try It again After a while tho dinner question presses and the elders go off to hunt for grubs and caterpillars. While they are away the young ones practice thelv singing lesson, going over it again and ngajn, and then singing it once more after their parents on their return English naturalists have noted very similar lessons given in the month) of August by the familiar and attractive yellow bunting, so abundant in the hedge rows and so popular a personage In folklore. The song of the has for generations been rendered thus: "A little bit of bread and no cheese!" Then the young tries to copy It, haltingly at first, and perhaps gets as far as "A and llttlo bit of bread and then stops, not remembering, or not feeling equal to, the cheese. The parent sings again, and the youngster again repeats, still in a weak and uncertain way; but as August merges into September, and tho haws swell on tho boughs, the young one's song grows stronger and more assured, till at last he graduates with the full melgold-creste- d n no" Tho end of the winter, far from bringing a termination- to the danger from pnoumonla, in reality marks the beginning of the Benson when tills becomes an extromely serious cause of Increase of mortality, eaya the Journal sof tho American Medical association: This is truo particularly in largo cities. Iu reccht years. this increase has becorno more and .more marked nnd is all the more striking because of tho decrease In deaths from other infectious diseases. Pneumonia has been aptly termed tho "captain of the men of. death," displacing tuberculosis, which for so long occupied that "bad eminence." The .most important problem' bofore tho medical profession at present is the reduction of tho death rate from' pneumonia. Considering the nature of the disease and the lntonso strain which It Imposes on the heart, it is probable that tho only hopeful outlook for any considerable reduction in. pneumonia mortality Is through the prevention of the disease. Tho prospoct of a cure for It, In tho popular sense of that term, has .grown less as we havo learned moro about tho disease. While pneumonia Is most frequent In- the colder portion of tho year It Is not dependent entirely on low temperature The disease occurs at all seasons and in all 'climates, but Is rather Tare In the cold of high altitudes and Is almost never known to occur within tho Arctic circle. In splto.of all their' suffering from cold, Arctic explorers escape this danger. Hence we must assume that cold acts in conjunction with' some other factor in the production of tho dls-- . ease. Pneumonia is favored by lack of sunlight and It occurs among those who are much exposed to dust or who have to breathe the emanations from the lungs'of other people. Catarrhal processes affecting the air passages prepare the soil for the Implantation of tho germ of pneumonia. It Is particularly a disease of city life and crowded living. With our present knowledge tho prospects are hopeful for the control of pneumonia in the future through prevention. This is of special importance to the individual. The avoidance of pneumonia Is largely a question of personal precautions that prevent the development of tho disease by lessening the predisposition to it Men In middle life, 'particularly tho&e above fifty, must learn in unsettled weather to avoid crowds, especially when fatigued and when they have been for a number of hours without eating. Late at night, when for any reason a meal has been missed, crowds are dangerous. If this lesson could bo generally learned there would bo less pneumonia among thp well to do classes. The principal danger comes In crowded street cars, which, if possible should be avoided at rush hours. It needs to be emphasized that the danger from overcrowding Is greatly enhanced by fatigue and going without food. In a word, the prevention of pneumonia la now much clearer than It was. Like all other Infectious diseases, instead of being a more or less Inevitable dispensation It has come to be recognized as due to certain definite factors which can bo gpreatly lessened by public and Individual hygienic regulations. dls-Ca- o Mortgag...'. 42.54,26 , 3.450.0O Stocks and Bonds ow 50 Overdrafts 7.506.00 Furniture and Fixtures.;, Banking House and Lot.. 22,000.00 Cash and Sight Exchanjuj 128,289.23 $495,528 03 LIABILITIES', .;:..,$100,000.06 Capital Stock Surplus and Undivided 18,919.47 Profits, ... Dividend this day ,N6, 69,, 3,000l0O Set Aside' to Pay Taxes.,. - 1,500 00 .' Deposits...! , 372,108 56 $495.528;03 - Commirclal Dlposils.1 X In , - Secures IrVdlWh Trust DeptrAm&nt $372,108.56 " 432J49 38 - AEMrnHted'Vuue of Real Einio nefd us" Trusfeo, Guardian, Aytnt. Etc. 174.700,00 Total Banking Business...$979,i57.94 A. H. ECKLE3. Cash. STATEMENT OF CONDITION OF- - BAM0FH0PKINSVILLE t At the Close of'Business June 30, 1913. RESOURCES: . Loans and Discounts :i$340 629 32 Banking House, 23 000 00 Stocks and Bonds 89 147 46 ' 1813 24 Overdrafts,. Cash, Cash Items and Exchange 136 881 91 $591 471 93 LIABILITIES : 000 oa Capital Stock Surplus Fund 25 000 Due Depositors..... 452 649 09 Due Other Banks 9 912 92 Dividends Unpaid 99 00 Dividend No. 96, 3 000 0O this day 810 92 lax Account $591 471 93 J. E. McPHERSON, Cashier. English Yeoman. Tho degradation and misuse ot words goes on apaco; it is a pity that every writer who misuses the printed word can't bo fined for the benefit of the language and tho national exchequer. A contemporary, referring to emigration from the south and west. "1,260 Yeomen has for a Leave England in One Day." Now "yeoman" is a good old English word tho meaning of which should bo carefully cherished. Any country laborer or farmer is not a yeoman. A yeoman is a man who cultivates hte own free hold, who .farms his own land. Ho la no man's servant, and may hold his. head as high as tho squire. Thero are still yeomen of ancient blood In England who would sniff at the offer of a title. Ono of tho finest men I evor knew was a Dorsot Yeoman, and his ancestors had farmed tho samo land for threo centurlce, London Chronicle. e, A good story Gullnnd, M. P.; Cautious and True. 1b being told of Mr. government Scot- S.-e- " "goo-goo"-in- g ! tish whip. sitting During a recent whoh everybody wanted to go homo to bed and couldn't, ho passed a liberal M. P. reclining on a bench, halt asleep. "Is this debate going on much longer?" tho M. P. asked drowsily. It was ono of those questions with which whips are forqvor bolng bombarded, for, needless to Bay, no one not ev Mr. Asquith could answer It with any degree of certainty. Mr. Gulland was equal to tho occasion, however, for he glanced at his nuestioner with tho most sympathetic air in tho world, and answered, gently: "I think wa'ra getting noarcr ,to tho ond of all-nig- to . The King of All Laxatives. if Tit-Blt- wood-warbler- - I claBH-room- - i The Healer, physician, at a luncheon In ProviAdvertisement. dence, told a dialect .story; "A physician from the.south," he began, 'sald he was glad that a ne Clever Idea of Thlevee. troHtment was. now better understood Ah method of robblag that It was not looked on like the tela ia expoaed n tho Gormaa papera. treatment of Dr. Moao. Twa youB mes. of excelleat appear-a- n "A whl(e physician, meeting Dr. are moying about Germaay, stay-I-s Moso, said: at tka teat hotel ia taa lead lag " 'Well, Moso, where havo you been?' holiday reaerts. After dlaaer ot "rieeu to see Cal Clay,' Moso re- them amuaea tae hotel yaeata with plied. 'HaJ)utei a. blood vessol wrea-tlln- ' songs, pianoforte aoloa aad anee4otM, hlto.' with Wash thus kei4ac taa majority of them ia "Why, Moso, that's serious; what tha tkawta won, while ala conpaa- did you presorlbo?' asked tlio white Jea raaaaew taa pmate doctor. aaeaay aad Taluahka. 'VI' fixed him up all rjght with alum and gum arable,' Moao answered. 'Alum to draw the pahts together, and the gun to stick 'epi.' " A For constipation, headache, indigestion and dyspepsia, use Dr. a, King's New Life Pill. Paul Y.( says they of Buffalo, N. are the "King: of all laxative?. They are a blessing to all my family andj always keep a box at home.'' Get a box and get well. Price 25c. Recommended by All Druggists. Ma-tiulk- ee bo-?c- eta-Yo- ( Children Ory CA8TORIA md. I Same Here. "Ella Wheeler Wilcox says that a hundred years from now tho eating of meats will be a thing of the past " ' Well, she Is right so far as I am concerned," CASTOR I A Tar IaiaaU aad Childraa. Baara tha Tin Klad Yon Hut sntf Always Butf ytT ' HOPKlhSVlUA KKNfMt JPLY 10 fjjka n iiii i -- - 8 Hi . HI' & ri L-Jfi2- I SJ wi unu I umn Porlnfknti and Children. xn mm rftSTflDfiThe r-i?- KlSIiSl Mill, ALCOHOL. 3 PER Kind You Have v Always Bought L OEnT 0)4 EgZfXl H IBBB Signature of '3S2 i Af AajT 'n Use UIuI fvWSSxC"Colon, C. Z. I am going to tako you through tho completed Panama canal on tho first vessel to pass across tho Isthmus from tho Atlantic ocean to tho Pacific. Truo, tho canal Is not yot completed, and will not bo for a year or so, but that shall not prevent our making tho trip now on paper. Let us Imagine ourselves, then, on nn ocean liner approaching tho Atlantic or northern ontranco of tho great canal, propared to enjoy this initial trip and to wonder nt tho sights In storo for us. In that word "northern" lies the first surprise for mnny of the passengers who did not know that the canal runs not from cast to west, but from northwest to southeast. This seeming anomaly Is due to the fact that tho Isthmus of Panama here trends almost cast and west. It Is still early morning when a watchful passenger shouts "Land," and all who are up rush to the port rail to gaze upon tho hilly, Jungly coast of the isthmus between Porto Bello and Colon. As the steamship plows swiftly through the waters as blue as ever were those of the Mediterranean a cheer goes up from tho deck, for wo have caught a gllmpso of the Stars'and Stripes fluttering above a fringe of cocoanut palms. That marks the location of ono of tho big forts built to protect the canal in time of war and is on Margarita island, virtually a part of tho mainland. now Colon, flat and unpicturesque, comes Into view, and directly ahead breakwater of us an immense stretches a mile out from tho shore on the right. At its land end, on Toro point, is another fort whoso great guns aro masked by tho tropical foliage. Now we have "virtually entered tho channel extends canal, for the far out fronv the Bhoro line. At re duced speed we enter Colon harbor and the Bay of Limon and steam past tho pretentious Washington hotel, Uncle Sam, proprietor; tho docks or Colon, crowded with shipping from the United States, Europe and many a port of Latin America, and tho American town of Cristobal on whose water front stands the statue of Columbus sent over long years ago by the Empress Eugenie. Skipping about tho bay, looking like long, black water beetles, are the cayukas or native dugouts, and moving lazily beforo the sea breeze are tho little sailing craft in which tho queer San Bias Indians are bringing their products to market. Four miles and a half wo steam through Limon bay and tho shores channel, narrow in on our still at tido level. Now look ahead threo miles and get a glimpse of the Gatun locks, that tremendous flight of threo water steps up which wo aro to bo lifted. In a fow minutes we reach the towering dividing wall of concrete, 'our' own p owor is shut off and the electric locomotives on tho lock walls tako 'us in tow. Four of these powerful machines attafih their hawsers to our ship, two in front to pull it and two astern to keop it steady and to bring It to a stop when entirely within tho lock chamber. Tho Immense gates closo silently behind us and at once tho water begins to flow Into tho chamber through culvorts that havo their openings in tho concrete floor. Slowly the vessel risos until it Is on a lovel with the second chamber, 28 feet above sea level, when tho gato ahead 1b opened and tho electric mules move forward, this tlmo up a heavy grado by means of tho center racks In tho tracks. Twico this operation is repeated, and now wo aro at the summit, 85 feet above tho sea. The last gate opens and tho locomotives pull us into Gatun. lake. As our propellers begin to turn again and we steam out into this artificial lake, a marvclously beautiful landscape Is spread beforo us. Tho surfaco of tho lako is dotted with islets, once the summits of Tiger hill, Lion hill and a dozen other eminences; on both sldos aro steep promontories, lovely little peninsulas and deep bays and inlets whore tho water has spread into tho onco jungle-fillevalleys. Beforo we get too far from the locks, let ub step to the starboard rail and have a look at tho Gatun dam, enormous stretch of. rock, sand and clay that has formed Gatun lako by impounding the waters of tho Chagres river. It is in reality a low ridge, ono and a halt miles long, built across tho valley, and when we aro told that it is nearly half a mile wide at Its base, 400 feet wide at tho water surface and 10e feet wide at Us crest, which is twenty feet above the lovel of lake, hqw utterly ridiculous seem tho fears, of those alarmists who predicted the dam would be pushed over by the Ckagre in, time ef flood! 500-fo500-fo1-- 3 d Aperfect Remedy for Cowfif Worros,Convulskms.Fevcnsk- tlon,SorStoiaach.Dlarrteci lit iffl l & Ji f4) iT i ' zone. IRST THROUGH RNAMA Jf , XX 71' onal - t T, H. JUlfSEK of Lftfayette, m a Republic caadf-da- te (Advertisements ) for County Aseefuor, subject t We are authorized to announce the action of the primary ctoctta August 2, 1913. ' Announcements geo,w. Mcknight w am mnthanutf tn innnnM. ( 1.1T A I - ncssMvdLossorStEEP. w M - h(Y vf IWP.V I Ul Nearly In tho centor of tho dam wo can seo tho famous spillway through which pass the surplus waters of tho Chagres. It Is a concrete lined channel 285 feet wido cut through a hill of rock and across it is built a curved dam of concreto on top of whlchjs a row of regulating gates. Just below tho spillway, out of our sight, is the hydroelectric station which supplies power for tho operation of tho entire canal and tho lighting of tho wholo Our channol through tho lake for wo still must follow a path Indicated by range towers on the shores Is now a thousand feet wido and leads gMIHfliGTnMi Guaranteed underthctood Exact Copy of Wrapper, THE CtNTAUR COMPANY, MtW YOB OITT. "SlTi Thirtv Years IS BETTER THAN w NOW WHEN GAS STOVE- S' can be connected now. But when bought in the rush season we cannot tell just when we can get to your particular order. Sold now Kentucky Public ServicefCompany INCORPORATED ha a 2.1 5- - feu i3 tJ'i.'S G b 3 ?a.a S. 5 B CO E. -n M ? . ci i3 r s ii itiiifiy 5 r Geod. "HONEST GOODS AT HONEST PRICES." FOR RELIABLE WATCHES AND JEWELRY. You must go to a Reliable, Competent and Experienced Dealer. e Wej&ake a eeecialty of Fine and Reliable for all par poeee. Quality Guaranteed Beet, prieee loweet. time-pieee- 'The People' Jeweler and Opticiaa, Wateh Inepeeior L. & N. R. R JAS., H. 8KARRY, It From Skarry It' If Tow Buy to Job Printing at This Office. us somewhat tortuously through a maze of Islands. Look down as we near some of them and you will seo below tho surfaco tho tops of giant trees. For we are sailing over what but a few months ago was tho valley of the Chagres, denso with tropic vegetation and dotted with native villages surrounded by banana and cocoanut plantations. Close to tho shores the stoutest of .tho trees still stretch their naked, dead limbs abovo tho water, but beforo long these, too, will have rotted and fallen, leaving tho luxuriant landscape unmarred. Parsing over the sites of Bohlo, Frljoles and Chagreslto, wo now come to tho placo whero Tabernllla once stood, and hero both lake and channel narrow down, tho latter being first 800, then 700 and finally 500 feet wide. On tho hillsides to tho right stand a Tew abandoned houses, all that rea mains of Mamel, Juan Grande, and Matachln, busy places while tho canal was building, now covered by tho spreading waters. Along the left shore of the channel runs the relocated Panama railway and hero at Gamboa it crosses tho Chagres river, which our vessel now leaves to enter the far famed Culebra cut. This great gash through tho spine of tho continent is 300 feet wide at the bottom, but, because of the tremendous earth slides which cost Undo Sam so much monoy and time, its width at tho top is astonishing, being half a mile just hero opposite tho town of Culebra. Beyond, on our left, towers Gold hill. 495 feet abovo tho bottom of tho canal. Far up on its rocky slope we a streak of white paint which marks tho level to which the French company carried its excavations. Nearly opposlto is Contractor's hill, 3C4 feet high. As wo move between these, tho loftiest hills along the route, and pass the location of that notorious "cockroach," tho Cucaracha slide, tho Pedro Miguel lock stands beforo us, white in tho noonday sun. This, a slnglo flight lock, Is 30 feot high, the highest on tho canal. Again we are taken in tow by electric mules and In less than half an hour we have been lowered those 30 feet and steam into another artificial body of water, Miraflor.es lako, only a mile long. At its southern end wo pass tho town of Mirafloros and enter tho locks of tho samo namo, a double flight that lets us down once more to sea level. Tho exciting part of tho passage Is over, but thero is yet much of interest to seo. Down tho broad channel wo look clear out onto tho glittering waters of tho Pacific ocean. Nearer at hand, on tho left, Ancon hill raises summit, and clustered its verdure-claon Its slopes we seo the many structures of tho big hospital, tho new administration buildings of tho canal and the barracks of tho marines. And swamp now, steaming between fllled-llands, wo como to Balboa, which tho government has made Into a fine naval station, with an immonso dry dock and extensive machine shops. Stretching out from Balboa into tho Pacific is a breakwater, two miles long, which protects tho harbor from storms. At its outer end is a cluster of littloislands, Naos, Perlco, Culebra nnd Flamenco., and hero wo rm&a under tho powerful guns that guard tiie racmc enu oi me canm. xnoy aro mounted high up on tho summits of theso rock islets, rilled cannon, ono shot from which would sink a battlo-shiand huge mortars whoso shells can be dropped behind Tobago Island 12 miles away in the direction of Japan. In ton hours wo havo crossed through tho continent and now float on tho broad Pacific. As we look back tho picturesque city of Panama lies bathed in tho light of tho westering sun and on tho Bide of Ancon hill shines the big whlto Tivoll hotel. The sudden night of tho tropics is soon to full, and already, as far back as wo can see along our route and beside tho ocean channel, are twinkling the lights that undo Sam has set up to gylde the world's commerce through this most wonderful of canals which he has eullt Go'r-gondls-cor- of Howell, as a Democratic candiWe are authorized, to annouaee date for County Assessor, subject to MACK J. DAVIS the action of this primary election as a republican candidate for newf-natlAugust 2,1913. for Sheriff of Christian cowh ty, subject to the action of the. ReWe are authorized to announce publican primary Aug. 2, 1913. FRANK RIVES asu candidate for the Democratic We are authorized to announce nomination for County Attorney, TOM CUSHMAN subject to tho action of the primary to bo held August 2, 1913; as a Democratic candidate for Coa-t- y Assessor, subject to the action ef We are authorized to announce the primary election August 2, 1913. J. WALTER KNIGHT We are authorized to announce aa a Democratic candidate for counJAMES J. CLIBORNE ty judge of Christian county, subject me action or tne primary Aug. 2, as a Republican canidate for nomln io 1913. tion for Sheriff of Chr.stian county, subject to the action oflthe Repub-ca- n primary August 2. 913. We are authorized to announce S. G. BUCKNER We aro authorized to"announce as a candidate for City Councilman JOHN M. RENSHAW in tne becond ward, subject to the Republican candidate for nomiaction of the Democratic nrirnnrr. as a nation for Sheriff of Christian counAug. 2, 1913. ty, subject to the action of the Republican primary Aug. 2, 1913. We are authorized to announce A. E. MULLINS We are authorized to announce as a candidate for jailer, of Chrismat s. tian county, subject to the action of tho Democratic party, in the official as a candidate for Sheriff of Chrisprimary election August 2, 19J3. tian County, subject to the action of the Democratic party in the official We are authorized to announce primary August 2, 1913 IRA D. SMITH We are hereby authorized to anas a candidate for County Attorney nounce for Christian county, subject to the E. C. MAJOR action of the Democratic voters at the primary election, August 2, 1913." who is now in the employ of Forbes Mfg Co., as a candidate for sheriff of Christian county, subject to the We are authorize to announce action of the Democratic primary D. D. CAYCE election August 2, 1913. as a candidate for City Councilman in the sixth ward, subject to the We are authorized to announce action of the Democratic primary August 2, 1913. JOHN W. ROGERS as a candidate for the Republican We are authorized to 'announce nomination for County Clerk, subject to the astion of the state priR. T. STOWE mary on August 2. County Court Clerk, as a candidate for renomination, subject to the ac tion of the Democratic party in tbp We are authorized to announce primary election of August 2, 1913. HUGH SEARGENT as a Republican candidate for CounWe are authorized to announce ty Assessor, subject to the action of HUGH C. McGEHEE the primary election August 2, 1913. of Gracey. as a candidate for Countv Court Clerk, Bubject to the action of We are authorized to announce he Kepublican party in the ofhcia BAILEY RUSSELL primary August 2, 1913. as a candidate for City Councilman in the Seventh ward, subject to the We are authorized to announce action of the Democratic primary, on uimsm . TANDY D. McGEE ns a candidate for City Councilman in the Sixth ward, subject to the ac f.ion of the Democratic primary Au gust 2, 1913. We are authorized to announce R. M. WOOLDRIDGE as a candidate for City Councilman in the Sixth ward, subject to the action of the Democratic primary AugWe Aug. 2, 1913. We are puthorizd tn ' announce W. J. McGEE as a Democratic candidate for the nomination of County subject to thf action of the Democratic As-psso- primary August 2, 1913. We n ust 2, 1913. are authorized to announce cratic primary August 2, 1913. Third Ward, subiect to tho ripmo. are authorized-tannounce DR. J. A. SOUTHALL as a candidate for Councilman in the d n p, We are authorized to announce Democratic nomination for RepreMINOR G. ROGERS sentative in the Legislature, subject of Lafayette, as a candidate for the to the primary election August, 1913 Democratic romination for RepreWe are authorized to announce sentative in the Legislature, subiect to the primary election August, 1913. LUCIANftJ. HARRIS as a Democratic candidate for County Court Clerk, subject to the action of Unusual Offer To Our Readers. the primary August 2, 1913. For a limited time, and subject to withdrawal after 30 days, the well- We are authorized to announce known publishing house of the J. B. MISS JENNIEEST aa a candidate for the Democratic Lippincott Company, Philadelphia, renomination for Superintendent of founded in 1792. offers to the readers School in Christian caunty, subject to the Democratic primary, August of this paper a 12 months' subscrip 2nd, 1913. ' tion to "Lippincott's Magazine" and a year's subscriotion to the Kentuck-iaWe are authorized to announce both for $3 00. This is the price PROF. L. E. FOSTER as a candidate for the Democratic of a twelve months' subscription to nomination for Superintendent of "Lippincott's" alone. Additional to Schools in Christian county, subject obtaining every issue of this paper to the Democratic primary, August for a year, our readers will receive 2d. 1913. In "Lippincott's," 12 great complete We are authorized to announce novels by popular authors, 105 short H. C. MYERS stories, crisp, entertaining, original; as a candidate for jailer, of Christian county, subject to the action of 45 timely articles from the pens of the Republican party, in the ofllcal masters, and each month some ex primary election August 2, 1913. cellent poems with the right senti We are authorized to announce ment, and "Walnuts and Wine," the most popular humor section in C. L. DADE as a Democratic candidate for re America. Toobtaln thlsextraordin election as magistrate in District ary offer prompt action is necessary. No. 6, subject to tho action of the August 2. primary Remit to J. B. Lippincott Company, Washington Square, Phila , Pa. We are authorized to announce T. S. W1NFREE Jellyfish Defined. to the "The Jellyfish," ccordlug to the as a candidate for office of Constable in District No. 2, definition given by the Star Boardor, subject to the action of the Demo- la onjy a bass wuu a judicial tempo , cratic vote" in the primary election, . wt." Aug. 2, 1913. n, on CHAS. W. MORRISON, of Pembroke, as a candidate for the JEWELL W. SMITH Yi ars aathDrizil tj anoai33 for Sheriff of ChrisESQ. T. F. CLARDY tian County, subject to the action of the Democratic party in the official as a candidate for renomination for primary August 2, 1913. magistratcin the.Mfth district, subject to the action of the Democratic Wc are authorized to announce party Aug. 2, 1913. as a candidate v D t a ipn, f u mm i mmun li "in i'bm t" f K.I.T. BASEBALL Hopkinsville vs. Henderson TO-DA- Y POSITIONS ON BALLOTS AH ITw Aim! tkitoew. The annual picnic and barbecue of Tandy on Julf CaatttatM Draw Ptc I Plating Club will beviren at Lift Mtmla number ot toftted meets, in attftfott t Um &mb4Hm of the nvmheri, wfft be Arwy the Christian County Hunting and YOUR CHANCE To Buy Table Width 72 tehee, WMthTf mcfce, Width 72 iaetwe, Width 72 inches, Width 72 inches, Width 72 inches, Width 72" inches, Width 72 inches, Unn and Napkins to Match at Cat Price" u , Ptats Ctwrty Ckrk'i . licritt. v Ladies Admitted Free. Game Called 3:30 p.'m. JoJw WhttAt'lJ, col, enlisted the army at the local recruiting fice Monday h of- ard was lent to letter-ni- n COMIN- G- Owensboro Friday and Saturday JULY 11 AND 12. DONT MISS THESE GAMES .Admission 25 Cents tssz - i c:..,. Pi ti i A II I I 1 III J.H 1 waifs "I XJ II A 1 HI The drawing for pcsltions on the vliicial primary bUot Tuesday re ' ulted bb follows: DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Cjunty Judge J. Walter Knight. For County Attorney Ira D. Smith, Frank Rive's. For Sheriff Ed C. Major, Mat S. Major, Jewell Smith. For County. Court Clerk R. T. Stowe, Lucian J. Harris. For Assessor Tom Cashman, Geo. W McKnight, W. J. McGee. For Jailer A. E. MulHns. For Supt. County Schools Nancy Jane Wtst, L. E. Foster. For Representative Chas. W . Morrison, Minor G. Rogers, John C. Duffy. Barracks, Mo. ,' Mineral Waters. The following citizens of Hopkins-vill- e and Christian county are using the mineral water from Church Hill mineral well. Anybody sfllc'cd with indigestion, constipation or stomach trouble can inquire of them as to the virtues of the water. Mun-c- y Moss, Roy Kenner, Gus. Breathitt, J. C. Hooe, T. L. Metcalfe, J: W. Lender, Rev. E. W. Barnett, Flem. C. Clardy, John C. Gary, Del. Henderson and many others. Anybody wanting this water can telephone 633-or Coatea' Drug L. H SVIItHSON.- Store Advertisement. 5, Napkins To Mateh at Same Cut.jPriccs.. 50c Red Table 90c Red Tabic Damask $1 ..... . pri fc, cut to jtt prfeeTfc, cut to...... I 6' v , ,71c prSee)e, cut to price $1.00, cut to ...... 85c ... price $1.25, cut to $ 1.10 ". . . , 1.25 prke $1.50, cut to. . . . m . , . . . . . price $1.85, cut to. .'JAV.Cft 7. i f $ll37i'. price $2.00, cut to . . . JJ$i- - i . . . .S '.5 . fift ....?.. .7, . .'... ' cut td Red Tabic Damask cut to RED TABLE DAMASK Dmek. cut to ,, .,':. Mm 85c r ... .76c; ' Big Assortment of Linen Towels at Cut Prices. The Above Cut Prices are For Cash Only! T. M. JONES Main Street, Hopkinsville, Ky. 1 M I B N571 I I SAIX. ttVSm lttEH3BMi'HEmmtttBg&i 1 1 IVItjrvi I fl'X I MvX M itl I I I FROM ONE TO FOUR MORE Bushels of Wheat Per Acre This is the result if you sow your wheat with 4i Thomas Single Disc "This is -- Drill worth thinking about and you should let us explain just why .:. .:. .:. this is TRUE. IT'S THIS WAY OUR discs and tube boots (15 in. wide). The seed is scattered all over this wide The Other Way ZITHER makes of single disc drills make a wedge shaped furrow; the grain all runs down to the same place, piles up together, and does not get the same good chance to grow as when the seed is scattered over the wide furrow made by the "Thomas" Drill and throughly covered over. For Justices of the Peace Second District: John M. Morris. Third District: Sylvester Reese, By D. Eddins. Fourth District: W. WalII ton Garrotr. Fifth District: L. D Rogers, Howard Brame, Thoa. F. Clardy. Sixth District: C. L. Dade. Seventh District J. W. Cox. Eighth District: J. R. Renshaw, C. W. Lile, V. F. Cook; S. T. King. For Constable Second District: T. S. Winfree, Bryant Baker. Fifth District: J. F. Adcock. Eighth, District: C. L. Hight. For City Councilman First Ward: A. D. Noe, Chas. J. Gee. Second Ward: Garner E. Dalton, S. G. Buckner. Third Ward: W. B. Grubbs, Dr. J. A. Southall. Fourth Ward: J. W. Carloss, Chaa. L. Nourse. Sixth Ward: D. D. Cayce, T. D. McGee, R. M. Wooldridge. Seventh Ward: Bailey Russell, Dr. R L. Bradley. , For Town Marshall, Pembroke ' A. C. Keeling. A. H. Smith. ,. For City Judge, Pembroke E. U. B and. REPUBLICAN TICKET. County Judge Robert A.' Cook. Sheriff J. M. Renshaw, Jas. ' J. Cliborne, Capt. McJ. Divis. u County Clerk Leonard E. F.owjer, John W. Rogers, Hugh C. M'cGehee. County Attorney AlvanH. Clark. , Jailer J. M. Miles, Lee Witty, H. . Asphyxiated. Tom Hayden and Clifton Starks, colored workmen, were asphyxiated while working in a gas pit at Owenp- - Have You An Ice Cream Freezer? boro. Farm For Sale. Farm contains about 175 acres, 21 miles from Hdpkinsville. Price $25 per acre. Homestead 'Investment Co. Adrcrtlsement. 9. . IN t mil III C er, who was ironing some linen. "Is it hard to iron, mamma?", she asked. "Pretty hard, sometimes," tho moth er replied. Tho litUe girl was thoughtful a moment, then she exclaimed: "Oh, mamma, wouldn't It be flue if you had married a Chinese laundry man 7" Losing Faith. Old I doa't believe this sure cure tonic- - is to do me any Little Sarah was watching her moth Fine for Ma. F NOT, THESE HOT DAYS ARE THE TIME THEY ARE NEEDED. Have no superior. Peerless Freezers COOPER & CO. ldy We can furnish them in all sizes.Tf We give Premium Store Tickets with cash sales. ! good. Friend It's highly spoken of in the papers. Old Lady Yes; but 1'vo taken 47 .bottles, and I doa't feel a bit better. I ntell you what It is, Sarah, I'm be ginning to think those newspaper editors don't know" everything. ' A ' W. T. Test In Memory. a wide furrow, furrow, and every grain given a chance to stool out and grow. So there are more and better stalks, producing more grain. You ought to have a THOMAS Shall we DRILL CATALOG. ' ! teni it? A class of seventh grade boys waa .having a review In geography. After asking a number of questions, tho C. Myers. teacher turned to ono of tho boys and said: Supt. of Schools W. E. Gray. "Now, John, namo a peak in the Assessor Hugh Seargent, W. C. eastern part of the United States." Gresham, T. H. Joiner. John looked up, a smile lightened Representative M. A. Brown, hb face, and answered: "Chesapeake' j Magistrate First District: John National Monthly. W. Knight. W. S. Witty.T. H Moore. City Life. Third District: Ernest Brown. Six"How long have you known that th District: Will R.Hammond. Sev- - gentleman we just passed?" enth District: F. L Hamby. Eighth "Well, I don't really know him at all, to tell you the truth. I just District: E W. Woodburn. Constable First District: E. H. sort of scraped acquaintance with him. you might say. We have lived in ad- Moore. joining flats for about ten years, and i Councilman Fifth Ward: Hiram the ther day I ventured to speak to ' S Smith. him, don't you know.'! j I ft ifi lEt The ALASKA war .v w Witn tne Aerating uasner ,m A V FREEZER Aiatta Kids ! "lHE most wonderful of all freezers. Its astonishing aerating spoons whip air1 JL into every particle of the cream, making ice cream that is a revelation in texture and delicac'. It breaks all records in speed maKes penect ice cream in 6 minutes. Requires much less labor and uses less ice and salt than any other freezer. r I RHBfA WATER COOLERS Hardware That is The Best. Big Assortment of Queensware. LET US SHOW YOU THOMAS DRILLS and LIME SOWERS 1 F. A. YOST COMPANY INCORPORATED With ample working capital, exceptional collection arrangements, and a thoroughly organized office system this bank has the ability and disposition to extend to its customers rry facility warranted by safe, conservation banking. Three per cent interest on Time Certificates oi Banking Fa cilities deposit. Cupid and Card Index. "Charlie Is so systematic." by local applications, as they 'cannot "How now?"' reacn uio uiseaseu portion or tno car. Thcro Is only ono way to euro deafness, "I asked him In my last letter It end that Is by constitutional remedies. bo liked my eyes and now he refers Deafness Is. caused by an inflamed condime to his communication of February tion of tlio mucous lining of tho Eustachian Tube. When this tubo Is Inflamed 24. Says ho treated the subject ex you have a rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing, and when It Is entirely closed. hauBUvely in that communication." Deafness Is tho result, and unless the Inflammation can bo taken out and this In Passing. tube restored to Its normal condition, hearing will bo destroyed forever: nlno "Professor, this Ib tho first time this cases out of ten nro caused by Catarrh, year I have seen you down town withwhich Is nothing but an Inflamed condl tlon of tho mucous surfaces. out your overcoat." VTenlU Elvo Ono nundred Dollars foranrcato of "I know it is; I couldn't get it out Deafness (can sol brcatarrhUhatrunnot bo cured Df UaU' UatarrU Cnro. Bond for circulars treo. of the pawnshop." Tolodo, Ohio, P. J. CHKNKT, 4 "You couldn't! Why not?" Bold br Pracftlsts, Tic. Toko llall'u family i'Uls for constipation. "It wasn't there. Good day." Deafness Cannot Be Cured Black Hardware Co. Incorporated. W. T. TANDY, President JNO. B. TRICE, CO-- , Died At Hospital. Bertie Wynn, of Trigg counat the Western State Hospital yeaterday morning, of pulmonary tuberculosis, in the 37th year of her age. Tbe deceased had been an inmate of the Hospital for years The remains were shipped to Cadiz yesterday for intermeht. Mis3 Marriage License. License was issued last Tuesday If capital provides security; if surplus and undivided profits indicate prosperity; if steady growth is proof of good service, you should give your business to the ty, died for the marriage of Miss Rebecca Baker and Mr. John Hammond, both of the Pilot Rock neighborhood. City Bank & Trust Cp., CAPITAL SURPLUS - BANK OF HOPKINSVILLE Nat Gaither, President; J. E. McPherson, Cashier; H. L. McPherson, Asst. Cashier. , four Caldwell Couple. Mr. J. L. Poindexter and Miss Bertha Bell Poindexter, of Caldwell county, were married at the court house yesterday by Judge Knight. The groom was 81 and the bride 19 Lyne Starling, of New York, ia here to Bpend his vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mr. J. M. Starling, North Main street. Mrs. J. O. Cooper and Mrs. J. J, Chappell have returned from Nashville Nice Curat Place. $60,000 $100,000 FIRST NATIONAL BANK HOPKINSVILLE KENTUCKY. GO TO THE OLD RELIABLE UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY Only National Bank In This Communltvi ?76,000.0J Capital 26,000.00 Surplus 75,000.00 Stockholders' Liability GOOD IN ALL PARTS ISSUES TRAVELER'S CHECKS to baveyour eye examined and, fitted with correct glasses; also your fine watch honestly and. Intelligently repaired. Ia ak ways up to date with the beet? instruments ami methods. Over SO years an optician and jewler, M. D. KELLY With every facility to properly care for all business entrusted to us, and op- crating along conservative as well as progressive lines we respsctfully solicit your patronage. IRA L. SMITH. Cashier J- - A. BROWNING. JR., AM't C'r nc tup wmi 26 Yars a graduate Optometrist. Opp. Court House. n 111 ht REGULAR SAVINVS DbrARTMENT Pr Cnt lnter1 Paid on f avlns and Tim DpIlt A No. 8 North Main Street, DM you find a ale quiet pta to HNd the season?" "Ym," ttU$4 Mr. Oreweker. "Kverybedy 4m la tirt fcuMUy Furniture Dealars RENSHAW Pay Hlht ll4. PHOHia wM"r"" west away Mar. a! I Uy4 ke," GL JD Funeral Directors 14 A R TON 11 HOPKINBVILL1C ROPKlNrfVlLLK KKNfUCJUAf;i JULY 10 0 . 4 OLD TIME CLEAR A NCE SALE! WALL & McGOWAN'S Begins Friday, July 11 and Continues Fifteen Days! When we have our Clearance Sales we mean business; everybody knows it! "Why? Because we give the people good honest merchandise at sacrifice prices. "We don't handle or buy junk, job lots or bargain plunder that are bought for a song, marked way up and then sold at half-pricIt is our Clearance Sale time and when we clean up a season's stock we do it thoroughly. It's not a question of what goods cost but what price will sell them. Clothes, Hats, Shoes and Furnishing all must move, nothing reserved. It's our Clearance Sale time and that's the whole story. If you've ever attended one of our Clearance Sales you'll know what a big saving this means. If you've not, come and you will not regret it.. e. G-ood- s Semi-Annu- al CLOTHING DEPT. kerchiefs chiefs MEN'S FURNISHINGS 5c men's plain white and bordered hand, Boys Jacket & OQp Pant Suits 3c 6c 5c 11c 50c men's balbriggan and nainso'ook shirts and drawers iOc men's fine soft handker10c women's black hose good $1 men's union suits lisle or nainsook 79c OQa Owl quality 50c men's blue work shirts, cut 36 ins. long, full made, with long sleeves 50c men's blue Chambray shirts, with 1? 15c women's black and white hose : 10c boys stockings 15c boys and misses stockings rock proof without collar, soft or stiff laundry. or . 39c 5c ..7c 11c 10c boys suspenders.'. 15c and 20c men's and boys , quality 25c men's 50c mixed balbriggan undershirts and drawers a kind, sizes 36, 38, 40 and 42, special 50c men's 18c 1Rn suspenders suspender 10c 25c men's best 25-ce- nt lot men's drawers, one and. two pairs of v. ' .... favorite 18c 50c Common Sense suspenders a in suspenders. . , 39c 7Qp 15,0 for 50c elastic seam drawers, perell drill, cut full the best genuine Pep- - QQp $1.00 men's fine negligee shirts an endles3 variety This store is always offering something better in style or better in value than the other ftliow If you want to buy your clothes from a house that has nothing but a square deal for its customers come here. This department is full of rare bargains in Prudence and economy will certainly prompt Men's, Women's and Children's footwear, made on you to attend this sale; our clothing is the best. $10.00 Men's and young men's fancy suits, worsted the newest lasts and by the beat manufacturers. Bnd cassimerea, blue serges and jt7 AQ "u LOr 1 Tan, vici kid, gunmetal and patent Oxblack the best $10 suits we have. . fords, made by Edwin Clapp & Son, J. P. $12 50 Men's and young men's fcl QQ Smith and the Walk-Ove- r Shoe. OQ QQ $15 00 and $16.00 Men's and young regular price $4 to $6.50 W.OO .'. men's duits 1 9 Lft LOT 2 Good styles tan, gunmetal, patent Oxfords, $17 50 and $18.00 Men's and young men's suits Q button and blucher, regular prices C9 A O $3.50 to $4.50 for M QQ $20 00 and $22 50 Men's and young There ismany a man who will later on regret that he did not take advantage of this sale. We are cleaning our stock and our prices are our brooms. Come and get your share. Suits $2.00 Knickerbocker Suits $2.50 Knickerbocker Suits $3.00 Knickerbocker Suits $3.50 Knickerbocker Suits $5.00 Knickerbocker Suits $7.50 Knickerbocker Suits $10.00 Knickerbocker $1.50 Knickerbocker SHOE DEPARTMENT J. P, Smith, Walk-Ove- r and Beacon Oxfords, tans, gunmetals and vici kid, regular fcO QQ price $3.50 for 98c $1.48 ,30 Walk-Ove- $9 38 J. P. Smith and Beacon Oxfords, all this season's best styles and leath- 9 QQ pc.i7U ers, regular price $3.50 for r, $1.68 $1.98 $2.68 ssia Burt Packark guaranteed patent Shoes and Oxfords, new stock and style, regu- fcQ AQ O,t-lar price $4.50 for & 0 s: $4. gg gg $3.78 '. LADIES OXFORDS Ladies Walk-Over $25 00 and $30.00 Men's and young men'd auits $16.48 ODD PANTS 50c Pants en' Pin Check Cotton QQg dark bide pants $1.50 men's pants in brown and ;. gray $2.50 men's pants all $1.00 Men's wool $3 50 79c 98fi men's pants, all colors worsted and cassimerea..,..' $5.00 men's pants, all colors worsted , . and ca'aaimeres $6 50 men's pants, all colors worsted and cassimeres v $198 $9 ' 63 CQ 7K A ........ 'u AQ SPECIAL FOR LADIES A limited quantity of women's work aprons, very long, with sleve band 75c quality, as QQp long as, they last Ladies Oxfords and Pumps, $3.00 values We are hatters as well as clothiers and every head we fit wears a JUST RIGHT hat! We show Ladies Oxfords and Pumps, .$1.98 all the exclusive hatters' hats without charging a $2.50 values , LOT 4 Men's and Boy's Indian Mocassins, the dollar or two extra for the label. r; Men's straw hats.ISenates, Yachts, Manillas and Ladies Oxfords and Pumps, best grade made, $2 00 $1.48 softs- $1.48 values $2.00 values GQn $1 00 hats for These shoes are in tans, vicis, patents, white $1 50 hats 98c canvas and Nubuck and Velvet Oxfords and Pumps. .$1 for $1.50 Mocassins. $2.00 hats 'BOYS' OXFORDS $1,48 for 98c $1.25 Mocassins. $2.50 hats Boy's Oxfords, made in manish styles in all for the new shapes of the season. LOT Lot of Work Shoes broken lots $3.00 hats $1.48 Boy's Oxfords all leathers, .' and sizes for $1.98 for ; $3 50 values Panamas MEN'S OXFORDS $3.50 and $4.00 quality Boy's Oxfords, all leathers, $3.00 values Men's and young men's soft fur hats, in all the Edwin Clapp & Son Oxfords in all the newest latest and newest styles, colors and shapes, Boy's Oxfords, all leathers, .$1.98 $1;50 Quality shapes and leatbers,Tutton and Q8c A QQ $2.50 values 4 $2.00 Quality blupher stjles, prices $6 and $6.50 for $1.48 Boy's Oxfords, all leathers, "...$1.88 $1.48 $2.50 Quality $3.10 and,.! .75 values $5.00 Quality $3 25 60 Pair Edwin Clapp & Son Sample Shoes, all TEN lER CENT DISCOUNT ON leathers and styles, sizes 6jJ and 7 o QQ Put part of your money back in your nocket: JO.iJO ALL SHOES. only for you won't need it if you are coming to this sale. ) LOT 3 Ladies vici, tan, velvet and patent Oxfords and Pump?, regular prices $1.50 QQ a to $2 for $3.50 value Oxfords, $2.89 $2.39 Hat Department 38 $179 5-- $2.89 $2 39 $3,48 t.50 Don't Forget the Date Doors Open Promptly at 8:30 O'clock Friday Morning, July The time to make money and to save money is now. Visit our Clothing Department (or big val ues. Everything Cash. Goods regular prices. charged will be at i 11 WALL & McGOWAN THE HOUSE OF GOOD CLOTHES Corner Main & 7th Sts. Hopkinsville, Kentucky. Hundreds of articleson sale that space forbids mentioning.Come and see for yourself. Everything marked in plain figures. Your money back if you want it. Come and see the difference in this sale and others. "TsT rvrt. ip 'm ma- y- t( , ft at St. CaeWWe. gil MMillllll ti liTITITItrt Mftli 1 IW IN.33-- C. IV l-- VI A VsgXr--- ). -- leA I A 1 - fIiV 4r TMe Card Nt. TRAINS GOING SOUTH 131 Xflkcthre Sunday, Jan. 5, 1913. AN 0. Lira. ll:K.y. Jfe ti. Jf. Expr jaa 6:35 I . n Dixie United, 10:41 p. m. Ifc. W. Dixie Flyer, 9tfl a. ra X$ -J-BopkirMyille Ac. 7:03 a. n 8 -- Si. L. Fast Mail 5:33 a. it 61 TRAINS GOINd NORTH. it. L. Crandafl. Ttx "A.tr Mr ta ipll olSickMes," write Hire, BMe TeeJ. of thft dtf," rtfltetMd ver ill, and lUyed in W d for eight wc4ta, thk ttm, wn4, I couldn't fret thef(h my doetor eam to mm em every day, he didfi't domwy cod. I had taken but m bottle of Crdul, when I was up, gong evrywiwre, and soon I was doinx all my housework." Cardui helps wmn other medicines have fai erf, because t contains ingreciien's notfound in any other medicine. Pure, eaf1, reliab'e, gentleacting Cardui 13 the ideal ToedicInHl tonic for weak; fiick wo m-- n Try it. .- Out flat for rei Court- - Pbont 167-- 8. Adwtkwwnf. 8m J. H. Dan rWx boitdinsj and repair ail ktan. Plsoe 471. -it gnrai at x ., OlTTHK ' .. Adrntiecment. The man who desifnfcted ''BraW" th Staff of Life" was mrely U advance agent for Cate'a BlueRiMi Flour and water ground pearl Advertisement. ''. hity Bank &Trust : f ; AT THE CLOSE OT BUSINESS ' : ? ml. V -.- 1 June ; 30, 1913. " tj Loan and tRESOURCES. v. . Ditcounts Cheap. Watermelons. Gar ;Bonds ...... , , h .. ...... '"fM . 'Sfe.-A .$-87- : 287-28,5, , , " Advertisement. near M L. & N; 'Overdrafts Bewkirnr House Othr Real Estate . .-. .i tl St. L. Lim., 5:25 a. a Louts Express, 9:52a. in. fit. Hau DSHBlxie Limited, 7:03 a. m. Flyer, 6:53 p. ar AS A STAR Sopkinsville Ac. 8:55 p. o Kc, If e. Stf- -St . L. Fast Mail, 10 p. ti Must Be Given Time to Visit the Box ifc.4Snd 94 will make Noa. 90 Office and Watch the Money poiSi' stops except 94 will not stop While Being Counted, Kfinnington and No. 95 will Rex Beach said at the Inaugural juttttcp at Mannington or Empire. lsk.2-C.- & d'p5t. SAW NO HARM IN ,v .'. . ' . ,543 W (WOO 17 1 300 00 3 000 00 19 . ff.2 KISSING Prod Advertisement. .. .'. Furniture and Fixtures, Cash and Exchange..-. Ht.JDixie ACTOR-MANAGE- R Wife Considered Her Reception of miscuous Osculations "Broad-minde- For Sale. g ..i . . t . 138 r- J8 . Jte. 62 and 51 connect at St. Louis or ' tec, VI connects at Guthrli for Memphis snd .&timm cc far south as Erin, and for Louisville. Otorfanatlnndtho East. 'Ken. I i!cd 5 make direct connections at Gath-iftCcc Louisville. Cincinnati and all points north thereof. Nos. 53 and 55 also connect for tusf SEVmnfeUand war points. e ct mas through to Chicago and will not jjnr'lsSir M7er3 to points south of Evansyllle. J5o.Se crrifS through sleepers to Atlanta. Uct 92 Ms-Co- Jacksonville, St. Auirustlne and' Tampa, Fla. Connects No. 93 will tsat carry local passengers for points north of SLtRjivillc Tenn. tisa Pullman eleepcrs-t- New Orleens, at Guthde for points East and West. J. G. HOOE. Agt.' Tennessee Central fiwo Table SXa. last. '"But, meeting of tho Authors' league In New York: "I don't prophesy that this league s will make of us- -; s that will becomo as common as In. fact, r wouldn't I'm afraid an get on. Ho Is not mercenary enough. ''Have you heard, by the way, the latest story about our famous Hamfat? "Hamfat's reader was turning down a play. " My good ycung friend, the reader said, 'it Is plain you don't understand play construction. modern, Why, In this play here Mr. Hamfat, as the star, wouldn't bo oft the stage five minutes from the first act to'tho nuthor-publlshorauthor-publisheractor-manager- author-publishe- aotor-manage- r, te No, Effoc November 17, 1912. EAST BOUND "'No, no said tho reader; 'not your stars; not your twentieth century No, no, young actor-managers. that tho young playfaltered wright, 'I thought the stars all liked t2 Leave 4T. Hopkinsville 6;30 a.rr. Arrive Nashville... 9:45 a.n: 14 Leave Hopkinsville 3:45 p. in Arrive Nashville.. .7:00 p. n.. CS?ST ,UND, man. You must always leave your modern at least 15 minutes in the second net to go round to the box offide and watch the money be ing counted.' " actor-manag- er servants of my own city were the 7:55 a.r freshest on earth," said a New York afio. U Leave Nashville Hopkinsville 11:10 a.n man, "but a recent experience In KanArrive sas City has led to a revision of that 5:00 p.n B?o. 18 Leave Nashville , Hopkinsville 8:15 p.rr notion. Arrive a rail"One afternoon I dashed-int- o T. L. MORROW. Agen:. way station of that town with just half dant a minute to buy my ticket and enter The court said he would sign a dea train for Chicago. I dashed through cree awarding the custody of' .the EDITION tho first gate and; pointing to a cer- young child of. the couple ;to Lock, fSE THRICE-A-WEEtain train, aeked hurriedly of tho gate-ma- wood. Now York Sun. s brond-minde- d v ', broad-minded "I had nlwayB thought Smart Gateman. the public Tho propriety of promiscuous kUs-Inby a wife camo before Supreme Court Justico Gavegan In a recent suit 'tor dlvorco brought by David a civil engineer, agninst Mary A. Lockwood. Mrs. Lockwood ad mitted on the witness Btand that sho had kissed the tho, first night she met him and a good afterward, but sho didn't see any harm in It. The testimony of Mrs. Lockwood, her sister, Miss Maud Plumstead, and Mrs. Evelyn Maybee, Indicated that tho Morton S. Arvls, showed no favoritism In his kissing, but treated nil three women with equal generosity. Mrs. Lockwood's story of the evente on the night when her husband contended she had been guilty of conduct which entitled him to a dlvorco "was that Arvis really called to see Miss Plumstead, and that sho was Just entertaining him until her sister returned, when Lockwood burst Into tho Iioubq with a party of friends. "What explanation have you married women to make for kissing a man on the first night you meet, him? asked the court. "Only that J did not see any harm in It," replied Mrs. Lockwood. "Mr. Arvls was sociable and kissed us all." "Do you think It proper for married women to kiss strange men this way?" "Well, It's not improper. .You Bee, Mr. Lockwood often kissed other women, and we came to look upon such things from a point of ' view." you think you were exceed' "Don't ingly that night, Mra. Lockwood?" asked the court. "Yes, I' do now,.' replied tho defenLdck-woomany-time, Six fresh Jersey cows, four regist ered and two graded. All fre9h arid' C. L DADE. all good. '. LIABILITIES. y $752T6M61( - Advertisement. d, s you want moved see R. C. Lawson or call Cumberland phone 878-2. If you have a house or building of any kind that Capital Stock... 60,000 CO1. ;10O 000 00 . .. Surplus. Earned Undivided Profits .,v . 2 017 12 Set Aside for Taxe3. . . v". :i. J. .... .' .'. . ll OOO'OO , 3 000 00, Dividend No 66, This Day x ;?'. .f..i .5. . . . 443 92if Cashier's Checks. OOOJ Bills Payable .V. . . . 55U21g57fif . .?. Deposits .t , ! J.. i.'Mi..,. . ' Advertisement. Ponies For Sale. Some nice gentle ponies for children to ride and drive. C. H. LAYNE. Advertisement. ' IRA Li SMITH. Cashterri; 1 " WANTED! . To cure your hogs of cholera. Louisville Daily Herald AND Satisfaction guaranteed. J. C. YOUNG, Oak Grove, Ky., R. R. 2. Advertisement. Notice To Tax Payers. . The tax books are now ready and taxes are due. Paynow andavoid; the penaltv. LOWE JOHNSON, S. C. Advertisement. Hopkinsville Kentuckiao Both One YearFor " For Sale. Farm of 50 situated near provements. er, Lafayetle, Hopkinsvil.le. $4.00 For a short time and ttti-- f til further notice the above special rate will obtain. acres, more or less, Church Hill. All imApply to A. B. LandKy., or J. W. Lander, K n; OF THE Advertisement. 1W YORK WORLD "Ptactically a Daily at.the i nee with exasperating deliberation. be it is, but the cars have the pany's name on them.' "Harper's Magazine. 'Maycom. "'Well, I don't know,' replied he, '"Is that my train?' COW HAS ARTIFICIAL LEG For Sale. One good second hand, 4 Illinois Veterinarian by Skillful Work P., Preserved Usefulness of Valuhorizontal International gasoline enable Animal. gine, in good running order, at a of a Weekly. $o Other Newspaper in the World Gives So Much Low a Price. at So Near Galena, 111., a veterinary BurComplaint. geon owns a con' with a wooden leg. "You are always complaining about Owing to an accident her leg had to tho taxpayer." the be amputated Just below the knee. with "Yes, I sympathize When the wound healed the doctor masses." "How much do you pay in tho way fixed up a log with a hoof on a hinge and attached it to. tho animal and she of taxes?" "My dear sir, that has nothing to do with the case. The man who is paying a whole lot of taxes Is usually so busy that he hasn't time to do his own complaining." WELL, FROM $200 DOWN. bargin. PLANTERS HARDWARE CO, , Incorporated. Advertisement. "Onyx" gMi Hosiery Thade FOR SALE One 18-hor- se Mark events and yoa will want the news accurately and promptly. The Democrats, fo the first time in sixteen years, wi1 Save the Presidency and they wil faa've the Presidency and they wi afeo control both branches of Congress The political news is sure to be of 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 5oa read how Spain lost her last foot at soil in America, after having rated the empire of half the New This k i time of great power GarrJScott Engine in good running Traction order, and one 32x56 Frick Sepera-to- r, nearly new and 'in first class condition with band cutter, wind stacker, feeder and bagger, with tarpaulin 20x30 ft. to cover same, Will sell together or separate on eary terms and cheap. Chance for an enterprising man, with a fine foal crop of wheat, to pay for the rig promptly adopted it. She now manages to get about comfortably, al- this Reason. W. P. W1NFREE&S0NSC0. though not very rapidly, and is aa fat and In every way as valuable aa Advertisement. any other cow on the place. The doctor believes that many valuable animals that Bustuia Injuries of this kind might bo saved by tho use of artificial limbs. Exchange Best Hose for the entire family, Mfj Women and Children, can always be femsn in the "Onyx1' Brand. and Wear, get ft FOR Quality, StyleCotton, isle, Silk sd A "Onyx" Hose in Wc or Pure Silk? from 25c. to I5.00 per pair none stamped, on genuine without trade-mar- k "by all dealers. pair. every Sold Lord & Taylor New York Wholesale Distributors HIGH GRADE LAUNDRY Can Be Done Only By Use Of WORK World. Wlfoy-rt- f do really, need a now The World long eince established record for impartiality, and Hubby How much? Wlfey WelL I could get one for affords its Thrice-a-Wee-k from $10 up. edition, which comes every other Hubby I'd rather know from how 4gy in the week, except Sunday. It much "down." will be of particular value to you Worked Both Ways. World al cow. The Thrice-a-Wee- k "Two mighty sad looking women." so abounds in other strong features, "Aren't they?" their trouble Is?" "I wonder what erkl stories, humor, markets, car- - "One of them was jilted by tho mac 4aomr, in fact, everything that is to sho was In love with." "And tho other?" &9 found in a first class daily. "Oh, tho man she was In love with bon-fcet- . any-fcodylc- ati CASTOR -- Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S The Latest and Most Improved Machinery Try YOU CANNOT FIND A BETTER EQUIPMENT as You ANYWHERE IN May KENTUCKY THAN AT METCALFE'S STEAM Fully Explained. Every now and again some individual arises to tell ub Why We Are, and What We Are, and How Wa Know Why Wo Are, and How We Are What Wo Know, and What Wo Would Bo if We Weren't? and What, Precisely, Areness Ib, also Were'neas, and Why We Aren't What Wo Mightn't Have Been it We Weren't, and other simple and entrancing facts. Suck (an individual is called a philosopher. Bulletin, Bianey. LAUNDRY it is put on We have acquired a habit of investing in every new machine that is to be had aa soon ' marketf That is one reaea why our work is always satisfactory. the g For Sble. A gen'le driving and WORLD'S married her." THETHRICE work hnre, five years old, 1G hands subscription price la only high. Will sell at a hargain. regular Her Injunction, pays for 156 year, and this 1.00 J. G. JONES. "When you kissed your weeping We offer thia unequaled mothor goodbye, and weit out into Phone 55G-it. fortuno, and the Hopkinsville the wot Id to mako your injunction I pre- AdYerttenient. waa sume her )ast tearful ucKitvn together for one year for you to be good?" Ideals the Guiding Star. "No, make good." Ideals aro Ilka stars; you will net subscription "pric of succeed in touching tken with yew vx Th regular Claiming the Credit. bands. But, like tke aeafurln sum two Ppera I 13.00. J "His wife has made a fool of him.1 a doserts of water, you efeeoae tkeaa 'He doesn't know It." yur guMec, asd following them ,a "How do you know he doesn't?" nva nvrva rati in ila sill VltiAa n your oeeiuiy. carl goaurs. man.1 "Ho says he Is a a job printioaT. Try u. Slcilled Labor is Another. Tk-ere ar otlwrs. pr This Is the beginning of the Floral seas, hut our lsts the year round. Fwttra, Party ad other special orders always have the prewpteet attention. Our facilities in this line are greater Uum ever. s0R 3. New rnhout, O1t1os and Laundry, Savanth Le x fb LibartySts. T. METCALFE, Florist -Laundry. Kentucky. Hopkins ville, self-mad- e - I l HOPKIKBVILLE JKENTUCKlAN, JULY 10 Dr. H. F. WlcDaniel. PWtffevt LtovftMl fll HeB Eye, fir, Ntttawl Throat, The j DR. ANDREW SARGENT, U Physktftn and Surgeon, I Office and Residence t. Charl Court. 'Phone 443, I Princess u .: :n v.. Theatre A GOOD PLACE TO GO J. B. Allemworth, Attoney-at-Ltw, fciya Mrs. John L. Drew, year's of thla plac, "I was sfll ctcd with pains and irregularity every month. I suffered continually, wa3 weak and despondent, and linablo to do my housework. I took Cirdul, and in one month. I felt like a new woman and worked hard all summer. I am now in perfect health, and recommend Cardui to all suffering wo- Ono employe of tho senate, at least Mrs. Ma Drew Better. has not yot been a victim of the McLKMbro, III. "About five ... chango In admin- . EC ao," HIS J0D IS S3 SafG as litration. and the EVOF cli.-.nee- a 1 fa Charles N. t Richard. nrc Hint .i: not be. llo 72 years old, SOOT - 1 - CI DE t suffHntcndonof the annate 'station. ry room, u'hrj fiaa Just stirUid on his iik Ai jcif of sclcc. ?Tr nc)tfiri tiered tlie odrvlco of the senato Iff th days whanvCharles Sumrrr and aiiry Wilson ware tho laMaohusetts.lls na- err.' rs f And Removes Soot from Stove Pipes CLEANS FLUES Mrr" U.13. frii Bohn Buildine, Up Stairs, Front Cuirt House. R.L.MYRE, same office. Collec-- tions a specialty. Office: When you come to town bring tho family and let them see the show. DR. G. P. ISBELL Veterinary Physician & Matinee Daily 2 O'clock to 5:20 Evening 7 to 10:20 men." Every day, duriog the past 60 years, Cardui has ben steadily forging ahead as a remit of ita proven value in female troubles. It relieves headache, backache, womanly misery and puts fresh strength into weary bodies. Try't. )i$ He wa appointed to oAko fifteen be.'oro Sapator Luko Laa o,f Teui-nrttt- at present Uio youngsst mcin-br- r of the senato, was born, and was icrvtng the Mahbat legislative body In tba country lotifc boforo many of the' Surgeon Rail-read. Office and Hospital Cor. 7th and Admission Children . 10c 5c 1(1 FRENCH FEMALE Both'Phenes MIIIMUI.WB' U Hill I" HUGH MCSHANEi I THE PLUMBER. hrilUIIUv'UV. WWIIIVIII W I W I J RlUIV forScrfSCMfcll VKMSTRUATtOf. TO'f All. (IDftrinlecd or Money KefafulHL Hrol prepaid bor. Will tnl them on trial, to tx paid for for 11.00 not irtiaii nUertti. Ramptea Free. IfycrardrujMutdoea fcara thtm ,cnd your ordcri to tha UNITED MCDICALCO..BOXT4. tANCTtR. PA. CtKTAt A NEVER KNOWN Sit. DPILL.S? rr Sr.lFr BplI rirtccnt day senators had seen tha light of day. "Title Is thi third time that tho Advertisement. Democrats liUVo had a chance to lop olT my oflloIaV'hMd," said Mr. Richards iho .other dfy, "and they haven't done It yet. What's the reason? Horo are throe: First, I am a stationery Clark; secondly, they want a sample of tho old raccals, to show just what a bad ' ... iul wo wre, anai iinruij, muy Buem to want mo to stay, and I want to stay more than thoy want to havo me. There Is not n senator, mombcr of Corrected May 29, 1913. tho house qr member of tho Supremo Retail Grocery Prices. court who was In office when I began Country lard, good color and cleaD my work htlro." Your stoves smoke and won't draw get a box of SOOT-I-CID-E and end your troubles. Price 25c. FOR SALE BY IF Hopkinsville Market Quotations. ! . Anderson & Fowler Drug Co.. Incorporated. I CARRY THE MOST COMPLETE LINE OF 14c m Sold In Hopkinsville by The Andcrson-Fowh- t incorporated.)! II . Diug Co. Hotel Latham Barber Shop Fine Bath Rooms. Four " III ' First Class Artists. FRANK BOYD, PROPR. LI1 PRINTED Bills flg 1 If jroa Intend fa kave a sale Dr. M. W. Rozzell Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat SPECIALIST Glasses Fitted. Eyes Tested. Office CI We arc fixed for turning out work of this land in double-quic- k time. at Residence, Cor. 7th and ClaySts., one block East of o- tel Latham. Phone 1033. Hopkinsville, - - - Kentucky. Madam, Read McCALL'S melya McC; Tlie FasMon Aajbprl! i a larce. artiatic. tinrM- a illuitrated tn. nl Magazina that U acldins to th A.) and efficlancy of 1,)' ncti women each month. Each luuoU brimful of faMiIons ...'.it. work, Intcrcxtlne sliort storlpK, anil sum l.l I and of R lLO-palabor-aaviumoney-Kuvluix pur pound. and Country bacon, 17c per pound. Black-ey- ed peas, $3.25 per bushel. Country shoulders, 15c pound. Country hams, 21c per pound.1' Irish potatoes, $1.35 per bushel. Northern eating Rural DOtatces $1.35 per bushel Texas eating onions, $2.25 per bushel, newjstock Dried Navy beans, 5375 pel bushel Cabbage, 3 cencs a pound. Dried Lima beans, 60c per gallon. Country dried apples, 10c pe) pound, 3 for 25c Daisy cream cheese, 25c tej oound Fu.U cream brick cheese, 25c per ound Fu'j cream Limberger cheese, 25r pe. pound Popcorn.dried on ear ,2c per pound Fresh. Eggs 20c per doz Choice lots fresh, country butter, in pound prints, 25c 15c -- The net oarnlngs of corporations of tha United States for tho calendar - Corporations' Big Earnings. were ?3,ooo,ooo,ooo, an vnnr of 1912 Staple and Fancy Groceries when you -- This amount wllliylold an Income to Of any house in the city. Give me a cajl tho federal govornment under the cor want something good to eat? poration tax law of $30,000,000. which 8 per cent., greater Is $2,500,000, or than a year ago. Royal E. Cabell, commissioner of Internal .revenue, has Nice Line Fruit and Candy Always On Just received returns from practically all corporations, and today completed assessments to the full extent of the ?30,000,000, which must be paid to tho government by Juno 30. In addition $2,000,000 will como from delinquents 204 South Main Not corporation of previous years. earnings for 1911 decreased 2 per ,J?7aajlilHIJlJaaJi cent, as compared with 1910. The tig urea for 1912, however, showing an increase of about 8 Der cent, over 1911, were 6 per cent, greater than of inc"asoover 000,000 1911. Country Produce Bought and Sold. Hare! J. K. TWTMAJ 1910. i DRS. FE1RSTEIN QUISENBERRY DENTISTS . & -- Office Over Waller & Trice 'Phone 419 if for women. There aro more than the newest designs of tho cc!i'lir&ivu McCALL EATTKllNS in each lwio. McCALIj PATTEItNS are famous Tor tyle, lit. fimpllclty and economy. On.y 10 and 15 cenU each. The publishers of McCALTVS will rpend thQuxandi of dollars extra In thecuniliii; montlis In order to keep McC A LIAS lip:nl and thouldcn alxivo all other women's miunulnes at any price. However, McCALL'S U only toe a year; positively worth f 1.00. Yon Mir St1t Any On Htf ll PHm Fr- from your flrrt copy of McCALL'S, If you subscribe quickly. l t 10 AND 15C KcCMl COtfPANY. 2j6 West 37A Su New TA NOTE Ak lor a free'eopy of McCALL'S wonder lul new premium catalogue. Sample copy ao4 pat tern catalogue ko tree on request. THE After a six weeks' "hike" from his homo In Mississippi William Gregory, a former negro Long "Hike" employe of Sena tor Vardaman Fnr a Jnh limped, footsore into tho capital in and Fruits. search of a job. Ho got it. He went Lemons. 30? per doz. to work the other day as a porter In Navel Oranges, 30c, 50c,per doz the senate office building, for Senator Bananas, 15c and 20c doz Vardaman believed the display of grli New York State apples $3.50 to made by Gregory in Bearch of offlco deserved to be rewarded. $6.00 per barrel "I'm glad William is hero," said the senator, "for he will prove an example Cash Price Paid For Produce. to the members of his race." Poultry. He ndded that this old employe "never would take a seat in a street Dressed hens, 12Jc per pound car while a woman was standing." Dressed cocks, 7c per pound live hens, 11c per pound; live cocks Representative Henry D. Flood has 3c pound; live turkeys, 14c per a constituent down In Spottsylvanla county, Virginia pound who has long His Backing Roots, Hides; Wool and Tallow p" afPlred ,t0 paid by wholesale dealers tc Was Strong. well-worked SEE McClaid & Armstrong DEALERS I IN travel-staine- GRANITE AND MARBLE MONUMENTS r CUT STONE, ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WORK. Marble Yards and Office N Unin Street, Between 1st and 2nd Sts, CEMENT ANl Cumb. Telephone 490. LIME F"OR SALE Hopkinsville, Kentucky, .GO TO. Prices postmas- butchers and farmers: . PER COPY ALL THE LATE - Rag Songs, Etc. LkUJi OVER 65 YEARS' EXPERIENCE Blythe's DRUG STORE. COR. 9TH and CLAY POjPULAH'r AT Anronoeondlnu i aliBirR nuil dcaerlntlnnmaT opiiiion wnciuor anlcklr lucertnlu our poientnWoireo Conimunlea. u fnwoiition Is prohnbly HANDBOOK onl'ntpuu t oni.trlctlycoiiildeiill'a tout free. Oldest agency tor ecuriuapatonls. l'nteuu taken tliroimli Jlunn & Co. recelre tpteUUnotiCt, wlllioutchnruo. In too i Trade Marks Designs Copyrights &c. Roots Southern ginseng, $5.75 lb "Golden Seal" yellow root, $1.35 11 Mayapple, 35; pink root, 12c and 1S Tallow No. I. 45; No. 2, 4c. Wool Burry, 10c to I7c; Clear Grease, 21c. medium, tub washed 23c to 30c; coarse, dingy.tubwashed 18c. crossroads store. His name Is Stephen Noah, and when at last his application was presented to Mr. Flood for approval ho Indorsed It as follows: "I take pleasuro In supporting Mr. Noah. Wo Floods supported him several thousand years ago. H. C. FLOOD." "(Signed) ter at tho neighboring THE Coal 6) REX IT'S COOL THERE Feathers Prime white goose, 60c While the.most of us nro attributdark and mixed old goose, I5c to 30c; ing tho floods to tho neglect of men governments tho gray mixed, I5c to 30c white duck and their precautions In to take with dealing necessary Hides and Skins These quotations are for Kentucky hides. Southern creen hides 8c. We quote assorted bet 'lots dry flint, I2c to I4c. 9-- 10 Astronomer's Theory. and Timber Lands Bought and Sold elr. A handsomely lllintratod weekly,I. Ijireest $3 a Trmi. culatlou of niiy .cleiitlue fniiina newadealerr. Sola bjall fourmontln.fU Scientific flincncnn. iranca Offlce. fl MUNN&Co.361BfMdNewYorl: Y BU Waahlogion. 1). U. SPECIAL TO WOMEN Do you realize tho fact that thousands of women are now using Popular Mechanics M YOU CAN WHTAH IT" the GREAT Continued Story .& World'. PrsgrM which you miv hrtin rondiner af anv time, and I .witch will hold your Interest forever. WltnTEH I Magazine A Soluble Antiseptic Powder sa a remedy for mucous membrane afi fections, such as soro throat, nasal or pelvic catarrh, Inflammation or ulcera- L 9M IHCTWKS IF KNERAL WTfKST hi "Shop NotMM DeartiMt (20topases) --. . . etiiv .wava to do thlnes how t make r mtiiul aiticiea lor nome anu snop. repairs, eic miieur Mecbuitci" (10 pages) tells how to Vr Minion furniture, wireless outfits, boats, v.ijiuea, masic, and oil tho things a boy loves. SCO PAGE EACH MONTH ;C0 ARTKUS . - tion, caused by female ilia? Women who havo been cured Bay "It is worth its weight in gold." Dissolve In water and apply locally. For ten years the Lydla d E. Pinkham Medlcino Co. has In their private Paxtino with women. For all hygienic and toilet uses It has i v nn a lnrrro box at Drucr or aent postpaid on receipt of price. eista recom-mende- tho rivers, Camlllo Flammarlan, tho eminent French astronomer, suggests a theory that puts the disaster over and above tho power of man to prevent. Wq, say that men have errod in narrowing tho river channels and ter aemana that In Dressed geese, 11c per pound for building bridges ovor them Ho say3 time serve as dams. flood choice lots, live oh country eggs, 15 cents per that tho disaster Is duo to tho moveFresh ment of tho earth's crust. "Tho dozen wholo of the westprn section of tho country butter 25c lb. Fresh he says, "Is A good demand exists for sprirg great lakes region." rreen slowly but surely sinking In a southchickens, and choice lots oi westerly" direction," and then he tolls country butter us that somebody has computed that Hay and Grain. If tho subsidence continues flvo cenNo. I timothy hay, $18 00 turies hence, Lako Michigan will end by running away Into tho Mississippi. No. I clover hay, $17 00 "That may bo. But In tho meantime Clean, bright straw hay, 25c bale well for men to deal with It will Alfalfa hay, $2100 tho rlvorsjntoljlgontly and with fore White seed oas, 50c sight. Columbus Dispatch. 22c to 35c. new. CHRISTIAN COUNTY FARMS and CITY PROPERTY Our Specialties. All Kinds of Insurance Written in the strongest old companies of America. The Homestead Investment Agency Office-2- 05 CHAS. F. SHELTON, Mgr. : Main St. Telephone North 38 or :03-- 2. b' E. H. HESTER Contractor and Builder BUILDING MATERIAL ni v. Ask your newsdealer, or ron rxzt ay.?u copy tobay Oi'cLAR MECHANICS CO. Sill W. Whlneton vi., quiEASB jf , a New leaf fty ubscrlblmrf TuraOvei ImImoI book Imw it ww ba that all oU aad UriU b trills Iob to Um tteiaaf M Ua UeUria, but not to Um books. Wo tmppom H. la rlut It to batUr tkat Uliron Uvo boalthfully than tbat ao tin hoiiorotl aa Institution aa Um Tha avUt Crtln OM S(Wl bixunl urgaa i office for THIS rATKR . oaaMoAtloB sckool book and towol Grap Bag. (or i at H Blade. Beards on Wheat as Lightning Rods. Wheat'growors In general do uot HOPKINSVILLE, KENTUCKY favor long'bearded grain, as the straw not liked by farm-armade tlieofrom is PHONE 540. OFFICES 106 SOUTH VIRGINIA STREET animals. infwlndy regions tho board of Still, FOR FLETCHER S wheat Is found to act as a protection, Its elasticity keeping tho plants from I Jnjury. It also checks tho Inroads of birds. Not Entirely Biblical. But quuo a new function of the When tho Blblo was translated into pointed bristles has been discovered Japanese an equivalent to tho word by Profogor Lemstron of tho Univer"baptize" could not bo found, and the sity of Hel8lngfors, who poliita out word "soak" had to bo used Instead. that tho points of tho brtsflos dissiBo that Japanese biblical studonts aro pate electricity, .acting somewhat like acquainted with a person named rolulaturo lightning conductors. Treats a" leases of domesticate BRADLEY DR. R L "John tho Boakor" and with a doctrine of "soaking for remission of ulna." animals Bcienuncaiiy.and perioral business Head. Veterinary Surgeonnd Dentist Old Bullion (on his deathbed) operations known to the yr' All my pfoporty Is willed to you, but Book Annoyad Him. Tnfit.moi.tf fi fl Qrinoinrv T?Anrn I'm Afraid, my children by jpy ilrst rPR "Ob, please do away with tHat wlfo wlll.Smko a contest, and then the 8th, bet. Main and WaterStB. profession. Special r wnmo V rf o man in i.aii wm get it Offlce Phone, 211. --to the shoda ot . ' wvm. xoung wiitfunai ... worry, mr iuvu, hi Night Phone, 127. , tmi, Night Phone Home, 1479, d Black seed oatB,50c Mixed seed oats, 65c No. 2 white corn, 70c Winter wheat bran, $24.00 Children Cry C ASTO R A Flooring, Ceiling, Laths, Shingles, Sash, Doors and Moulding. Paints, Oils, Etc. Window Glass. ggjXgr ir L:rj::y:crLZTv iye V 1 V 1 - bor, md 4 V '1? TOOK FIRST FROM HENS vOfming Game JP THEtARNlVAL CtwfcttM 0 .0 M la tfc Ttytor Lira, two bright 5, flopfchMvitlt (. Hwrtofeurr 9, Vlmttmn 8. Henderson 5, Ovrenstarc 2. DOING WELL ' ( Very Slow ef Serits One Tues- - A Vlncennea,9, Paducah 7, The Attendant is jut iwotd, "Lctttrt and Uterery Production," and Bet "Life (Mid Carwr" of Senator Rob ert Love Taylor, handsomdy illusiftcreastitg trated, you cannot hear againhis voice foote , ud Hopkinsville 6, Henderson 5. Harrisburg 5, Cairo 1. Owensboro 6, Clarksvillo 0. --- , i Back in second place and only 78 points behind Paducah. After Henderson, comes Owens THE Frew Day T Dqr. day.,, JADIES ARE FREE TO-DA- Y. SHOWS ARE CLEAN. boro. JjOwensboro Don't be dcceived.There is no flour Tomorrow made that is better than Blue Rib- Knights of Pythias. Working bon Flour. For Two Games With HardTofoaktfta Advertisement. Comes Success. Pessimist Criticism. "Men who meet to discuss serious mattore aro not often guilty of taking up subjects pertaining to women," Bays The Whitney Shows, brought hero STANDING OP.GLUBS. a Vienna letter, except In England. whero abnormal conditions exist." But by the Uniform Rank K.' of P., are W. L. Pet. Clubs. an excoption of an interesting kind oc- drawing good crowds, each night 36 19 655 curred In tho Austrian parliament ro- Paducah .' showing increased attendance. There Hopkinsville . ,30 22 577 spoko tho passing of tho buxom are no objectionable features about :. 28 25 528 womanabout deplored Cairo and tho fact that by theBhows and in every way they 31 26 544 tho decree of fashion Owensboro tho thin and ought nof to fail in bringing in a Clarksville 30 27 526 scrawny straight-linwoman had tak nice revenue. The K P. 'a are doing Henderson 25 31 446 en tho place of tho plump beauty who their part in boosting the shows and flarriaburgr 24 32 429 was onco tlo prido of tho Imperial the free attractions brings a good city. "Tho now woman," ho said, "no Vincennes ., 17 39 304 matter how well she may conform to crowd every night. ,;: tho prevailing fashion, is ugly, and street leading to the Carnival The Tne Henderson series opened Tues- hor training to reach the straight-lingrounds was oiled Tuesday and there day and in a slow game Hopkinsville demands will certainly have a bad ef- will be no clouds of dust in reaching fect on tho coming generation." uron Ly 6 to 5. The Moguls were bethe grounds at Fifteenth and Canhind much of trie time, but made ton streets. DR. BEAZLEY the winning runs in the eighth innTry a sack of Blue Ribbpn Patent ing. McArthur pitched loo o The Moguls. or see the humorous curl of hs lipa, that convulsed a continent with laughter, butt within the Cfrra of these volumes, are the picture woven of his wondrous words, and, laughing through their sunny pages, are all of the inimitable storied which he told to the multitudes. In "Life and Career," pens of genius have traced his romantic life from its morning in "Happy Valley, ""through his young and roseate dreams through stress and storm, through cheering throngs, and on into the waiting shadows, loved and laurel crowned. We expect to sell millions of these books. First edition going fast. Cloth, $2 the Volume, $4 the Set, Half Morocco, $2.75 'the Volume, $5 the Set, Full Morocco, $5.50 the Volume, $10 the Set. The" people wai.t them. A harvest for Agents. Liberal comission?. Address, TerryT. Martin. Gen. Mgr. of Ky. Hopkinsville, Ky. Care Box G. Advertisement often bm lt Eft trtw4 M tlMt of Mwarrf I. Every othor yww his temb la WettMlnster abby was opened, and the wAx or tho hint's eertctoth re mowed! Trobahly this was con netted With his dying charge to hlu son thnt his flesh BHould he bolted, KEEPS. his bones carried at the head of the English, army until Scotland was subdued, and his heart sent to the Holy Land.. With the fall of Rrchard II. and tho dynasty, these hopes vanlskei, and tho tomb was not, disturbed again until toVard "tho onil of the eighteenth century, when tho Society of Antiquaries did It Having viewed the body, they poured pitch upon H, and! as Horaca Walpolo says, "boaet now of having inclosed him so effectually that his ashes cannot be Violated Cf . W . Cor. again." F feodtwi Dtatwrlrirtfl hY Karri 6 I. LEE'S H08S WE k4. HOG REMEDY Full line Conditi Powden for hones, cattle, sheep, hogs and chickens. Cook's Big Druj? Store 9th ar d Main; Townsyllle. There aro pitfalls in place names. Tho Observer has tumbled into ne, and ih fraternal charity It 'must lie it alludes to tho "obvious redundancy" in TownsvillJ, tho name of tho chiof center of Northern Queensland, and asks, us "not to bo' hard on tho plucky pioneers, stronger in brawn and brain than in book learning, who Thero Is no 'invented Townsvillo." The Blrapio "obvious redundancy." historical fact Is that tho original' pioneer; settler was a certain Captain Towns, and that tho place was named ' aftor him, , d. W If fgnij) XV : '"A great many old plays are being with alleged melodies and ., y'Tho Current Craze. fitted,'-ou- t for the cals and Henderson used two pitchers. In the absence of an umpire two players umpired. The second game was pliyed yes terday and the last of the series is scheduled for Ladies will be admitted free and a bjg crowd is hoped for. Tomorrow and Saturday Owensboro comes for two games. to-da- Specialist (Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat) For Tired Feet. When your feet ache, caused by long standing, exerclso them by rising first to tho toes, then on tho heels, Ja a rocking motion for a few times. ffhla was advised by a specialist-Wom- an's Homo Companion. Flour. Advertisement. t The Hard Part.-w frie "You get your money saay enougral" "Oh, I If you want the best flour made, know I get it easily," replies tho oth- call for Blue Ribbon Flour. er. "All I have to do Is stand In line for my pay envelops. It was tho Advertisement. earning Jt I was kicking (about Dr. T. W. Blakey went to Dawson Judge. "Huh I" eayo Quick Business Transaction. While a flock of cheep was being driven along tho Glasgow and Carlisle road, near tho town o Xiockorbio, Scotland, the other day, a motor ran Into it, killing three. Tha motorist at onco drew up, Inquired as to the cost of tho sheep, paid for them, bade, the ehophord "Good-day.- " and went on his way, tho whole affair being the work of a few minute. ' "That's right But far. I know of one actress who Is going to star In a musical version of the multiplication table." out'as aat they're operqttas." going too Both Near and Far Vision in One Lens with No Line of Demarcation Two pieces of eha nre so akillfully Hoe fused that scam exists. KRYPTOK LENSES Kiyptoks look exactly like regular single-visioleases. They are smooth the touch. to n no or City Tax Notice! City tax bills for 1913 are now in my hands for collection. Prompt payment of same is R. C. Hardwick Wholesale and Retail Mfg. Jeweler and Optician. Tuesday. desired. JNO. W. RICHARDS, City Tax Collector. South Main Street. A MIGHTY BLAST SALE! up-to-date A MIGHTY BLAST SALE BEGINS FRIDAY, JULY 11th and LASTS THROUGH SATURDAY, JULY 26th OOPKINSVILLE'S Greater Store and its large stock, consisting of Shoes for Men and Boys, Clothing, Hats and Caps for Men and Boys, Ladies' Coat Suits, Dry Goods and everything you wear will be wrecked. A time that cost of manufacturing is ignored and the cash must be realized in order to make room for one of the largest and most stocks of goods for the coming Fall ever brought into the city of Hopkinsville. Clearance Sales, Week-En-d Sales, Mill End Sales, etc., are common occurrences, but the two weeks of July as a final time set for our value giving will beyond a doubt be the greatest two weeks of values of seasonable merchandise ever given in Hopkinsville and Christian County. Make it a point to get here, heed and act at once. You can't afford to miss this rare opportunity, JULY 11th to 26th, 1913. GREEN TRADING STAMPS GIVEN ON ALL GOODS SOLD Mid-Summer $9.98 d Less than value. Men's Fine Suits worth from $15.00 to $30.00 will be in this sale as a final Special, $9.98. Your choice of any suit in house for $9.98. Our stock consists bf fine English Mohairs, Crashes, Blue Serges, Young Men's Norfolks, etc. Suits that positively can't be bought elsewhere for less than $15.00 to $25.00. one-thir- Hose Ladies' 25c Hose 18c Ladies' 15c Hose : 11c : .'. Ladies' 10c Hose 8c Boys 25c Hose 19c Boys 15c and 20c Hose ..a ; 12c Boys' 10c,Hose 7c .'. i. Misses' 25c Hose 18c Misses' 15c Hose 9c Ladies' Extra Fine Line $1.25 Silk Hose, all colors, inthis'final ff sale, choice, the pair, 89c. Ladies' 75c and GQc Silk Hose, the pair. 39c. Children's 15c Fancy Tops on sale, special, 11c. Ready-Mad- e $9.98 All $15.00 to $30.00 Ladies' Coat Suits in this sale as a final midsummer offer. Special, your choice, $9.98. A picking of 100 Suits. Ladies, you can't afford to miss these offerings in Suits. Will be sold at less than value. Bear in mind one-thir- d that these are the most are not offerings of out-of-da- up-to-d- suits that can be had and styles. te Big Lot Silk Ratines Big lot of Silk Ratines in tans, white, and blues, all 75c values; special, 49c. Big lot of Scrim, all colors, positively all 25c values. Special, the One lot Fancy Dress Ginghams, positively all 10c and 12 values, in this i ale, as a final offer, choice, the yard, 9c. 8 l2c Apron Ginghams, in this sale, 5 yard. One lot of Table Damask, extra quality, 50c values. In this sale, 39c yard. One lot of 75c Table Damask. On sale, the yard, 59c. Special lot of $1.00 yard values. Special, the yard, 89c. One lot Checked Nainsook, worth 7 yard. In this sale, the yard, 5c. Extra quality American Prints, all mill ends, in this sale, 5c yd. $1.25 Middy Blouses for Misses, on sale, special, 89c. One big lot Middy Blouses as a final offer. Choice, l-- 2c mid-summ- Men's Hats All Straw Hats at One-haPrice. John B. Stetson Hats, all shapes, in thjs sale $3.25 Tiger Special $3.50vHats on sale, special, $2 69. Men's $2.50 Hats, $1.89 Men's Stetson shape Hats, 89c. Big lot Boys' Hats, to close, 39c. One lot Blazer Hats, to close, special. 19c. Silver and Ide Shirts All $1.00 and $1.25 Silver Brand, spring lf yard, 11c. Dresses mid-summer l-- 2c c Big lot of White Dresses, handsomely trimmed and made, all 7.5Q to 10.00 values, in this sale as a final offer, special, choice, 4.98. One lot of ready-mad- e Ratine Dresses in tans and blues, positively 8.00 and 10.00 values, choice, 5.48. One lot of House Dresses on sale, choice 89c, all 1.25 values. Big lot ready-mad- e Dresses for Children, in this sale at 48c. Big lot of Children's Fancy Parasols, in this sale, special, 43c. Big lot of Ladies' Fine Skirts, in this sale at 1.98. Big lot Ide's $1.50 and, $2 00 Shirts on sale. patterns. Choice, 89c. Special, $LS9. UNDERWEAR AND NOTIONS. Ladies' Union Suits, on sale, 39c. Ladies' two piece underwear, tho garment, 19c, Men's fine f 1.25 Union Suits, special, 89c'. Men's good Sox, 7c good Suspenders, 7c. Men's Men's extra quality Silk Hose, 23c. Men's fine Belts, 19c. i Men's extra quality Shirts, 29c. Men's 50c Ties on sale, special, 23c. One big lot Men's Ties, special, 39c. Men's Handkerchiefs. 3c. Men's and Boys' Tennis Oxfords, all sizes, 48c to,75c. , V mid-summ- er C9 cents. s Sandals and Oxfords for the Embroidery I 7 er c. Little Ones mid-summer Extra quality Extra quality offer, special, 9c. 10c valups and 15c values, 15 extra widths, on sale, special, inches broad, in this final mid-summ- ' $2.89 Florsheim's $4.00 and $4.50 Oxfords in all leathers patents, tans, gunmetals; final summer offer.special, your choice,$2 89. A. E. Nettleton's Oxfords, special, $2.98. Big lot of $3.50 and $4 00 Oxfords, O. G. Sprouse Co.'s specials Special, your choice, $2.69. and Big lot of men's $2.50 and $3.00 Oxfords. Choice, $1,89. One lot full dress Pumps for men. Special, 98c. Big lot boys' $3.00 and $3.50 Nine O'clock Oxfords. Special, Non-Equal- s. One' big lot of one strap gun metal, patent and tan Pumps, sizes 5 to 10, all 2.00 values, in this sale, choice, 1.59. One lot. of White Canvas Oxfords, sizes 9J to 2, on sale at 1.89. All Misses' 2J50 Nine O'clock Oxfords, all leathers and sizes, in offer, choice, 1.79, this sale as a final Big lot of Infants' Shoes and Strap Oxfords, 39c. Big lot of White Elk Sandals on sale, 89c. One lot of Infant Shoes, 19c. Men'a fine Suits, in this sale as a final offering, 1.98. Big lot of Men's Shoes just received. Will be in this sale at 2.98. POSITIVELY all 3.50 and 4.00 values. The shoes are of tho very best stock that can be had and are in all leathers, both all-wool Men's $3.50 and $2,50 Pants for $1.98. Extra quality Khaki Linen and Pin Check Trousers, in this sale, Your choice 89c, Big lot Men's fine Pants, choice-98cOne lot Boys' Pants, all sizes, 89c. Boys' Pasts On sale, J9c to $1.98. . Men s so w ranis lor , $2.89 All Ladies' $4.00 and $5.00 Oxfords, as a final midsummer price v will be in this sale, special, your choice, $2.89. choice, $2.19. buttons and bluchers. One lot of Men's Shoes in kids and gun metals, on sale, 1.89. One bjg lot of Men's Extra Quality Work Shoes, all 4.00 values on sale, 2.98. Grey bucks, white bucks, red bucks, satins, all colors, the now low heel, snug fi ting Pumps, pat. Gibson Ties and the new rubber sole, white canvases, all in this sale. Remember the date, Friday, July 11th to 26th. Stock will be arranged so the crowds can be easily handled. S. & H. Green Trading Stahip given on ali .goods sold. THE O. G. SPROUSE CO. ii "Walk a Block and Save a Dollar." (Incorporated) 0 Cook Bldg., East 9th St, Hopkinsville, Ky.