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XXXV qpy-wri- te HOPKINSVILLE KENTUCKY, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1913. No. 145 Editorials. DEMOCRATS Jr. left an estate of MR. WHALLEN'S REVIVAL HOT FIGHT ENDS TODAY . Clay, I3$0 ,000. II FILE ANSWERS CAREER ENDS TO CLOSE Officers of the German array have bfien forbidden to dance the tange. Denver la under two feet of snow and railroad traffic is greatly Impeded. The funeral of the late Col. John Louts-vill- a H. Whallen will take piece In to-da- y. Salty Counter Charges and Gen The Most Prominent Louisville At The; Cumberland Presbyter- - Qf " wmim ouuuaj eral Denials Are Hade Uflmocrat, tor Twenty- . . Campaign To Be fold Electiofl to Restore the Saloons Wt Against Contestants. five Years. V: Night. IIIUI UUlUblUU UVIV To-da- y. nnopllft nnrD m uuium 111 rro- - gress. DRYS CLAIM MUCH FRAUD IS CHARGED. DIED ON WEDNESDAY NIGHT GOES TO 4 HOWELL, TENN. FITTING CLOSE TO CAMPAIGN THE VICTORY The Keutucky State Fair will be held next year during the third week Specific in September. Uncle. Sam has advertised for more army aviators. About one-thiof those in the service have been killed. rd Allegations Made ot Was a Master In Shaping the 35 Conversions Wk and 18 Addi- - Business Houses Will Close Women Bribery arid Other Forms of Corruption. Pnlirira nf TWiirln's uuwvu Metropolis. finflSThfi RfiSillt of Twn Weeks' Services. Xiu wvUrvr.w A Hand. And fcilncnonnln Tnl at the Polls Wil1 n n ii r ine UIJ Side. Work .' W.W I TUblUK j The rebels now have undisputed y The five Democratic officers elect Col. John H. Wha'len died Wed is the grana raiy oi tne sa,o()ng flt Crof tQn .g fco fce pnsged up. Not on account of lack of interest. csntrol of nearly all of Northern have filed answers to the contests in nesdav night at his home in Louis but the- previous engagement of week's campaign for good roads in fa election now in pr0. Mexico and 4500 were due to enter stituted by their repub'ican oppon ville after on illness of several Evangelist Logan, necessitates the Christian county. In every particu- - Qn yesterday. Cfeihua ents defeated last month for county months. He had been unconscious closing of the meetings at the Cum- - ar it wil be a htting termination oi The rampa;kn has been an excit. ... rnWWt?ftn offices. The answers are similar and since last Monday, when his physi berland Presbyterian church next the united efforts of the H.B.M. nna Trteen cities throughout tne I A., the nooDle of Hopkinsville gen- are very lengthy and specific. The cians abandoned hope for his recov Snndav niorht. rallies held every night. country, following the example set answer croes into details about the The services have been going on erallv and the best and mostenter- - Women and children are working ery. will have by .New York last year, change of opinion among the colored Col. Whallen's death removes fortwo weeks. All of them have prising farmers of the county. Hand for the dry side and will serve din community Christmas trees. voters, many of whom are no longer probably the most widely known been largely attended and Mr. Logan in hand they have worked and plann-ha- s ner to the voters and there will be ex delivered many powerful and ed, spent time and money for one citement and lively interest through man in Louisville. He was 63 years Twenty-fou- r deaths have so far Republicans. Objection to the reopening of the old. He led an active life and fought convincing sermons. Yethis strength great object better roads every- out the day. Crof ton has been dry been reported from the Texas floods, boxes and recounting the vote death with the same stout heart that is unaoateu and apparently ne was where and right away, una severai yearg. caused by the overflowing of the ballot 1 an the grounds that these made him victor in many political in as fine, physical shape Thursday eration on the part of the people has Brazos, Sabine and San Marcos riv- is made I, I : nnrl f i. j r i u! zeuii e i...rr been in the strutrcrles. - snown oi wnat stuu uui boxes and contents have He was a Democratic nigni. uiiu ina lor uini&n'H am"""""" SMALL BLAZE tJO ers. custody of County Clerk Stowe, leader, former chief of police, thea ners unto the King was as assertive merchants are made and hascertain-a- s when he preached the first sermon iv broucht in a new era of good Rats gnawing on matches started who, it is charged, "has been bitter ter proprietor and dispenser of char Fire Department Called Out the fire in Boston m which twenty ly hostile to the Democratic ticket" ities.- He numbered his friends by Ul iiiu ociics. iuc uuaiui aiiu J. iul. rOHUS UUU timolol uenu primary, thousands. During his last illness Henderson and the entire concrega- - onst nf marketinc farmers' crops. eight lives were lost, according to ever since his defeat in the First Time Since State officials who investigated the and of his deputy, W. R. Wicks, who men and women of all stations visit tion regret that Mr. Logan should The benefits to accrue, and speedily, was secretary of the Republican cam ed his home to express their sympa leave at a time when there is no are not by any means confined alone Nov. 15. fire. paign committee and there is dan- - thy for him. abatement of interest buttheevan- - to the farmers. Everybody will share ' of the boxes not having been ICol. Whallen is survived by his gehst thinks it best to not postpone in them and the enthusiasm now run- Mrs. Dodge, president of the assojn rom Q alflrm suffrage, proper y safeguarded to prevent brother, James P. Whallen; two the meetings he is to conduct at nine so high will not run out ana , . ciation opposed to woman marshaled her forces in Wash-ngto- n them being tampered with. with the closing or we daughters, Mrs. George Moore and Howell, Tenn., the coming week. has cool down The departmentmade aprompt ,. , . . Regarding the Newstead precinct. Mrs'. Ella Herferth, both of New If results in opposition to a Standing Unto Thursday nieht there had wpM's work here on Woman Suffrage. the answer makes denial that the port, Ky., and ten grandchildren been 35 confessions and 18 additions come, it can be only by constant and Committee the fife .q itgincipiencyi which Democrats were not in any wise to Charles Blantod secretary of the po to the church. unflacdnc interest and exertion. had started in one of the family Col. Barbosa, one of 20 Federal blame for the disturbance, but that ke department, is a relative. Yesterday's meeting atHowe lwas vjuunco uit.uuiuia ruuiua ui. officers "executed" by Mexican reb- it was due entirely to a race not equaltotheoneatPembrokeThurs- - Rome Themi. ori inated in the PROGRAM fire conscious-netfte- r els at Torreon, recovered which followed the uncalled for jost-- 1 day. As was lorecasieu ui room b v the mantei draoery catch- Giving President jOrders. being left for dead and ling of a white Woman by a negro . . ering in the woods near Pembroke . fi hneM. . efwBaIIy reache-d- Mexico City, woman. It is also stated tnat xsew- For The Elks Memorial Exer was a rouser. and the peop e of that Ill , dau-ht- e. The National Woman Suffrage As who wa3 the McGinnis' where he is recovering. stead went Democratic four years sociation, in convention in Washing section turned out in large numbers only one at home at the time, was in cises Sunday at 2 p. m. ago. and inspired new confidence in those another part of the house. The fire ton, adopted a resolution directed to The Madisonville Savings Bank enpraged in the campaign Answering the charge that a num , was soon extinguished, but the man vesper ueus activelv t. closed its doors Wednesday. It is President Wilsan calling upon him to voluntary Bnpnk5n(r an(l demon- of voters' names were unjustly w IJlVVI tel was burned and the paper on the will get ber Rex Orchestra thought that the depositors stricken from the registration ists, pend at once a special message to stration, there was a call for an en- walls and the naintingwere so badly OPENING CEREMONIES their money. Jas. H. Laffoon, a it is said, all were served with notices Concrress advocating a suffrage rollment as members of the Christian damaged by smoke that the loss will Introductory Address farmer, is president and W.E. Woot to appear and show cause why their County Good Reads Association. The approximate $50, covered by insu amendment to the Constitution. H. E. Brown, E. R. on. cashier. The directors are Ira names should not be stricken from and business men replied to rance. "Anchored" farmers Solo M. Hanner. J. D. Oldham, W. L the lists and all failed to do so. vote of the Democratic can call with such promptness and the from the Tais is the first time the depart Mr. J. L. Shrode Brown, T.E.Finley and F. F.Brown. proper didates. Making counter-charge- s unanimity that it looked like every ment has been called cut since the Quartette "Nearer My God to Thee" body wanted to get into the AssociaAt East Crofton it is charged that the answer goes at the proposition 15th of November, which wa3 a false J. L. Shrode, Guy Barnett, Malcolm Yeamanhas given an without gloves. Judge tion first. When an opportunity to alarm. one of the election officers made a E. W. Clark, Prof. L. Foster. oninion that the Imperial Tobacco Co. In precinct No. 7, it is charged that practice of bluffing and intimidating make a count came it was found that from buying tobacco there was no secret election; that at the voters, that the precinct was Duties Defined. .. .Officers of Lodge the list contained the names of 74 of When you want fire, is not debarred in Kentucky pending a motion for a least two, thirds of the ballots were flnsPfl for thirtv minutes and that Sign of Grief. . . .Members of Lodge the representative farmers and busi tornado.life or bond new trial of the Union county case, so marked or folded and handed to many illegal votes were cast, six OneningOde. Air. "Auld Lang Syne" ness men of that immediate neigh- insurance in the. . . . Invica tion Rev. Geo. C.Abbitt, Chap. continued till March, and then sub- the election officers that the way in names being given. borhood. Pembroke, thus far, we Oldest and Strongest words, it cm "The Lost Chord', ject to appeal. In other Mill there was a Solo cast could which the vote had been believe, is the banner section favor That at Baker's Mr. Pettus White. do business this season if it cares to. readily be told. Companies, see whereby the time was ing the great good roads movement. consm'racv "The Old The Company has not announced its unnecessarily and at least Orchestra Selection As to the dinner for the crowd that H. D. WALLACE, At Lantrin's the officers of the consumed Church Organ." plans for the future. Mr. J. T. Thom- election are said to have "never once 100 Democratic voters were preventwas present, Pembroke, as ibalways office up stairs, over Office 395 as manager of the Hopkinsville house, observed the law from the time the ed from voting. 32 names being Memorial Address. . . .Hon. David H. is, was on the spot with the "goods Anderson Fowler Residence 644 Kincheloe, Madisonville. Home the biggest tobacco factory in the polls opened until the time they given. right kind in drug store, corner and coods pre- ... Selected abundance. of the Phone 117 city, is not buy ing any tobacco at a Quartette That illegal votes were cast in Closing Ninth and Main or were closed" so far as keeping the Officers of Ceremonies will, of The meeting here workers and strikers back the pre- number of precincts by persons who Lodge. scribed distance from the polls; that were not qualified voters for one Closing Ode "Doxology" Audience course, overshadow all others, as it Transferred to Frankfurt. is the final rally of the week and all Republican workers were around the reason or another. Most of these BODY FOUND Benediction. Riley B. Butler and wife leave for travel will be headed this way in the doors and windows electioneering are named. The list, is: Brent's to make their forenoon, when the people of the Frankfort "openly bribing the Democratic Shop, 7; Bluff Springs, 5; Dogwood, and TUBERCULOSIS DAY county will gather enmasse to witness home. Mr. Butler has been with the and that $400 and much 7: Concord, 13; Perry's School House, At Platte City, Mo., Supposed voters," the closing of the most important Kentucky Public Service Co. here whiskey was used for this purpose 8; Longview, 14; Palmyra, 17; How to Be of Kentucky Boy. The names of J. ell. 11: Lantrip's, 15; Beverly, 6; Sunday The Day Set Apart To campaign ever made in the county for the past several months in the at that nrecinct. The program in part embraces the capacity of adjuster of differences. W. Gee, Morris Trotter, J. W Shel Lafayette. 20. Total, 123. Talk About Great Dogwood, Arthur Rogers is al He has a general knowledge of elecis in re- by, BUI Patterson, Noah Orton, W. following: At Postmaster Williamson tricity, having taken a course in the and Arthur leged to have received $4 and Andy ceipt of a letter from the coroner,of A. Storms, G. W. White White Plague. GRAND PARADE. electrical engineering department of eeekingto ident- Newsom are given as having been Jones $12. Lucian Rogers is named Platte County, Mo., 1st Regiment Band, leading. the Kentucky State University, and ify a young man named William bought and it is alleged tthat Storms as receiving money, but the amount To morrow is the day set apart by Co. D. in line. vote is not stated. he also has considerable practical ex Frazier Owen, aged about 22, who and White received $4 each to Perry's School House ten Dem proclamation of Acting Governor Address by Mr King. perience in the business. The Com At was found dead at Platte City, Mo.. the Republican ticket; besides these Split Log Drag demonstration. alleged to have been paid McDermott some time ago as Tuber pany has transferred Mr. Butler to Nov. 24. He was supposed to be it is charged that at least 37 others ocrats are Speaking by a number ot citizens. their Frankfort plant, where he will stay away from the polls. culosis Diy and all ministers are ex from this county. The name would were influenced by money, whiskey to g Call for signatures as members of have charge of the de That at Howell a barbecue was pected to observe the day in some indicatethat he is some relation of or other forms of bribery; another Association. voting house by which position which carries the partment, a Frazier W. Owen, formerly of Kelly. allegation is that there was no regu served in the way in their churches by warning Exhibition drill of Co. D. with it a handsome increase in salary. were lar booth in the precinct, but that an voters were influenced to support the young man's parents The people of the dangers from this most of multitude in Cooper's Feast thought to be dead. He appeared improvised booth which included a Republicans. Bribery is also a leged at Bennetts dreaded of all diseases. Talks will Warehouse, Young Bride Suicides. well raised and had been in window, was used, and that persons to be be made in many places placing prop branch of the service of the on the outside could look through town. merchants A glance at the list of somo Mrs, Geoge Evans, a bride of a few In conclusion the prayer js made er emnhasis on the importance of and other business men shows that months, committed suicide at Hick this and see how the voter was mark government. ing his ballot, and that the voters that the plaintiff's petition bodis fresh air, sunlight, good food and practically evory business house on man from despondency over the tragRepub- missed and their pleas for a reopen general ciro of the health. Main and Ninth streets, and many ic death of her father, Sam'l Williams, Hopkinsville Tobacco Market. who had been bribed by. the licans were instructed to hold up i lcr of tho ba lot boxes arid recount others will close from 11 o'clock until who was killed by an accident. She Below is Inspector Abernathy.'s their ballots bo that it could bo seen, of tho vote bo denied; that tho elec As Saturday is the beat business was 18 years old. 1. Starts Southward. weekly report for week ending Nov. and that at least 100 votes were thus tion be declared legal and the Demo day in the week for everybody, tho " Willi 2.000 rebels, Gen. Villa, en- - colsing illegally cast; further it is .charged crats duly elected. of stores demonstrates that Wound Was Fatal. In the event the court should de route from Juarez to the evacuated enthusiasm has taken hold of every OHhds. that the officers disputed and wranTTccelptsforwpek James T. Briggs, age 20, who was ouy hub. gled much over making tho count cide to have a recount of the vote, city of Chihuahua, camped at Mon- - body. Kecojpta ror year Bhot accidentally while hunting near 11 HtlUS. and it was improperly done, that, tho defendants ask that Hopkinsville tnr VOPOlC Clou tezumu, over 100 miles out. It is 3283 Hhds. Sales for year after the Democratic inspector had No. 7, Lantrip's and East Crofton stated that the military headquarters John Taylor at May field shot his Bjwling Green Tuesday, died WedLOOSE FLOORS, wife and then himself In a family nesday evening of his wound. He bo thrown out as well as tho illegal left, Lee Cranor, one of tho complained of, and that they of the Constitutionalist party will be auarrell. both dying. He also shot was a Bon of the late Dr. James T. "fraudulently and wrongfully" votes 151045 Lbs, Sa'esfor week., at Chihuahua. Briggs, his child, but it will recover. 228970 Lbs. changed the tally sheet, subtracting bo declared the duly elected officers. established Sa'os for season 1 1 Il ..... To-da- .... - .Ill ...... wv -- i. fof-mora i - I to-da- y. . i "VT . . w.- - J, to-da- y book-keepin- offi-cer- s. She Broke Down Entirety. WflftDERFUL YIELD j. j. c. Mcknight mad. Lantx, W.Va. Mrs.TbeTalbotr, It it a ad thing; to Iom a good elt- ubtabed Etery Other Day, of this place, writwi "I had been Forlv-- S Rirrak Porn Rjiftfttl isen from a community.- HI.dIm. in t vm. vw 'J Iwuay, Tiumday and Saturday roubled with womanly ailment for the affairs in which 1m lived and mov On 0m Acr. some time, and at last I broke down ed, will be hard to fill. Mornings, by, entirely. I got so weak I could scarec Tbesraing of Mr. McKnightiaa CHAS. M. MEACUAM. W. M. Hutsofl, of Blandville, rais severe blow and shock to ly walk acroee the room. Thanks to eur neigh bush boreeed. He was stMh a great factor and thirty-on- e Cardui, I improved right off. Now 1 cd I t Mm HopklnrTllle Poatoflle m Second do my housework, and am feeling' els of corn on one acre of ground in the development of oar materia CkH Mm Hatter. During the past 60 years, this year, Hutson has the testimony resources, that he became one of our well." I m m mm m m.w I m two-hundre- tfridttiYille KontuckitR js DAILY Courier-Journ- al d more than a million women have been iUBSCRIPTlON RATES: $2.00 benefited by taking Cardui. You OtOC TEAR 1.00 must believe that Cardui will help MONTHS MX 50 you, too, since it helped all these oth- THREE MONTHS 5c era. Cardui is a safe, harmless, veg- .. JUNGLE COPIES Applications etable remedy, of positive curative varHBlng Rates en 41S 0OUTX MAIN 8TRKET. merit, for women. At drug-- stores, Try one bottle. It will surely help you. ANNOUNCEMENTS Advertisement. We are authorized to announco HON. DAVID H. KINCHELOE, of Honkina county, aa a candidate contracting See J. H. Dagg JUDGE BUSH for Congress from the Second district, building and general for work of repair agriculturist. subject to action of the democratic all kinds, Phone 476. His relation to his neighborhood primary August, 1914. Defended Geo. Morris In Circuit was just as hightened and manly. He Advertisement. cultivated the good will and opinion Court at Elkton. For Congrers. whereFor Sale. and esteem of his neighbors with the Wo are authorized to announce Courier-Journ- al Judge Chas. H. Bush returned same great care that characterized One good second hand, 4 H. P., J. W. HENSON his daily life on his farm. To him, from Elkton Tuesday night, where horizontal International gcsoline Tri-Weeki- y, furm a candidate for the Democratic gino, in good.running'order,aten he secured an acquittal for George honor among men, based upon abso a Congress for the nomination for bargin. Morris, of the Pilot Rock neighbor lute honesty, was the goal toward b'ecend Congressional District, hood, for shooting R. T. Kirkman which he moved fearlessly, yet qui PLANTERS HARDWARE CO. a abject to the action of the primary last summer at, Allegree. Ed Mor etly. Incorporated. to beheld in August, 1914. The gloom cast over ourcommuni ris, a brother, was defended by Mr. Advertisement. ty, and especially upon his home, be Bush also, who was discharged on Two highwaymen robbed a bank speaks the love and esteem in which payment of a very small fine. Fire Insurance. nnd killed the cashier at Blythe, Cal. he was held. There has been quite a number of Radford To Re National Lecturer For nine years he was deprived of Courier-Journ- al his Bight, an affliction which he bore The Nashville saloon men don't F"irft TnHllronnn Pnmnnnioa tnVi?Vi Atlanta, Ga. President Barrett without complaint. .. t seem to be willing to Neil to .the i,. oi me iNuuunui rarmersiMiuciuoiiai AnW. He was a member of the Disciples Judge. unciuuKii, ul.t. nunc Ui luo uuuiuauira ond uub Union of America. Church at Liberty. renrPRontPrt hv na hvA milt. wr!Hnr He was born Sept. 9, 1832, and Three men were killed and seven of died Nov. 24th, 1913. injured when some cars ran wild you all the Insurance you want in of Peter Radford, the best of Companies. Call and see the Texas Farmers' Union, as Na His first marriage was to Miss d own an incline at Aycock, Fla. us when wanting anything in the In tional Lecturer, with headquarters Ophelia Willis, who was born April at Fort Worth, Texas. Mr. Rad Mrs. W. C. Polk and her four chil surance line. Remember our Motto ford's department will do education 8th. 1853, and died in her young womanhood, Sept. 2nd, 1879. To dren-werdrowned by the sudden is quick settlement of losses. 1914, al and organization work and he will of J. H. HIGGINS & SON. this union was born two children, rise of a small creek near Dallas, handle publicity work for the Na George W., of Hopkinsville, and Courier-Journ- al Advertisement. Texas. tional Union, discussing, through Ophelia, who lived only days. three of the press, agricultural questions from He married as his second wife, standpoint of the men who fol Miss Allie Lyle, and by this union Gov. Bilbo and State Sena the Lieut. SALE CJOE Offer low the plow. tor Hobbs, of Mississippi, have been five children have been born, Fronie HIG-LIVING-- . I will on Tuesday, Dec. 9th, 1913, indicted on charges of soliciting Jewell, Mrs. Ruth Museley, Crit, at the late residence of H. L. John "bribes. Lyle and Ophelia. son, on the Madisonville road, about The funeral service, which was four miles north from Hopkinsville, "Frank M. Thomasson, editor of the at the home, was largely attended, sell to the highest bidder, the followGeorgetown News, was defeated for and was conducted by his pastor, ing personal property belonging to Mavor of Georgetown by Kinzea Rev. Mr. Stephens, of Hopkinsville. the estate of H. L. Johnson, deceas Courier-Journa- l. Stone. The body was carried to the fami- ed: Wagons, Plows, Harrows ar d y burying ground and there it now other Farming Implements, Mule he leaders of the Navajo Indians awaits the resurrection of the dead. uprising in New Mexico are in cus- Also a lot of Household and Kitchen X. X. X. tody at Gallup, N. M., after a round-Ti- Furniture. Terms made known on of 100 miles. LUTHER JOHNSON, 'Holiday Packages May Be In- Admr. of H. L. Johneon, deceased. is believed that the efforts to It sured. ' Advertisement. arphyxiate Ra ph Sopex, the Mexican desperado in a Utah mine have An important change announced Hiving sold all my real estate at Bemettfltowr, I will close out One Man Killed. successful. by the Postofiice in the manner of Icon my stock of merchandise to the value nf $4 000 00 at sending packages containing articles A man was killed and four other Married August 3, 1907, divorced persons wounded, when police fired of merchandise during the Christmas These goods must be sold as I will discontinue the business. July 7. 1913. married again Oct. 22, into a crowd of strikers at Indiana? holidays is that these packages may This stock must be closed out by January 10th. You will get these wonting a second di- olis, Tuesday. 1913 and now be insured instead of registered. goods at price3 that will compel you to buy. PETER RADFORD. vorce is the rtcord of J. H. Harvy fee insurance up to For a five-ceNational Lecturer, Farmers' Educa- S25.00 can be secured and for ten and wife in Louisville. the many bargains we have to give you. Don't miss this opportional and Union cents, $50 worth of insurance can be Local Brief lets. tunity, as you will never have such un opportunity again in this of America. secured. Parcels within 150 miles We do not think much road work section. "will be done in Christian county after The National Uuion now has ap- of the mailing office may weigh the men eat those 1,000 pies that the Miss E len McClendon is stenogra proximately four million twenty pounds, but' beyond that women are going to serve at dinner. pher for the new County Attorney, members and has state organizations eleven pounds is the imit. Elizabethtown News. IraD. Smith. states and local In order to facilitate the preparain twenty-thre- e The pies come Saturday after the states. tion of the insured packages and to unions in thirty-threweek's work is practically over. The Odd Fellows attended there prevent the crowding of the postof-fic-e vival services at the Cumberland lobby, patrons may obtain in adA Trust You Throw Away. Presbyterian Church last Tuesday vance insurance tags, take them A suit has been filed in the federal home and prepare them there These night by special invitation. AT THE CHURCHES. court at Baltimore to dissolve the parcels, however, must be mailed at Can Company, the socallcd the main postoffice or one of the sub E. meeting at the First American ihe First Baptist Church- - Rev. C. M. "tin can trust," which the depart- stations, where the sender can se Thompson, castor. & e v i c e s as Presbyterian Church last Monday ment of justice alleges controls a cure a receipt, for it. If he mails it UBual. night was largely attended and new large per centage of the business of at a street letter box he will have no Thadb mTSmW Mass Sunday School 9:30"a. m. interest was aroused by Mr. Evans, Morning Service 11:00 a. or, the United States in tin cans, con recourse in case of failure to deliver. the principal speaker. entire family, Men. Best Hose for B. Y. P. U. 6:00 p. m tainers and packages of tin. The All mail matter, except the parcel Evening Service 7:00 p. m, "Women and Children, can always be fotma American sheet and tin plate Co. was post, may be registered. Brand. in the viujuib ure uiuuming, duos are made a defendant. It is expected that the ability to swelling and the weather is so spring Second Baptist Church Rev. W Quality, Style and Wear, get ajMlff secuie insurance tags in advance R. Goodman, Pastor. like that it make3 a housekeeper Christmas Eve. will be taken advantage of by many "Onyx" Hose Cotton, iUsle, SilfiTEble Sunday School 9.45"a. m. think about gardening. t i ti i mau-oruPreaching 11 a. m. nouses, wno can save or Pure Silk, from 35c. to 5.00 per pair none Mother of God, pure, undefiled, t Preaching 7:00 p. m. time by tagging the package at their genuine without trade-mar- k stamped on Wandering through the snow, R Prayer meeting every Wednesday Tobacco began rolling in Monday own offices when it is wrapped. Sold by all dealers. Bringing us the Holy Child, every pair. p. m. night 7:uu and Tuesday, and the tobacco busiHave you no place to go? ness for another year will soon be Some Hunting. Episcopal Church Rev. booming. Methodist Are we as cruel and blind today, A. R. Kasey, Pastor. Charles Threlkeld, manager of the And in our hearts the sin, Wholesale Distributors Sunday School 9:30 a. ra. Turning you, Mother of God, away: Carrsville (Ky.) telephone exchange, Morning Service 10:45 a. m. Every turkey in town has been eatbelieves he holds the world record in Again no room at the Inn? Epworth League 6:15 p. m. en except the one in J. H. Anderson geese events. Evening Service 7:00 p. m. Caroline Giltinan in December Lip Prayer meeting at 7:00 p, m. every & Co. 'a window and that's a dummy, He set a couple of geese decoys in pincott's. Wednesday. a corn field in Livingston county yesAnd now the tax collectors are hav terday and secreted himself behind a Free Wool. Westminster Presbyterian Church ing a rest and the penalty is on. stack of Stalks with a shot gun. Rey. C. H. H. Branch, Pastor. Raw wool is on the free list under The charm worked, Sunday School 9:30 a. m. With ample working capital, exceptional collection arrangethe provision of the new tariff act, Men's Bible Class 10:00 a. m. The Hopkinsville and Evaneville and millions of pounds were withPretty soon enough geese to make ments, and a thoroughly organized office system this bank Morning Service 10"45 a. m. accommodation begins running next drawn from bonded warehouses. a professional hunter smile with glee has the ability and disposition to extend to its customers week. bad gathered themselves together ev&ry facility warranted by safe, conservation banking. First Presbyterian Church Kept too Long. near the "dummies." Sunday School 9:30 a. m. Without delaying matters Mr. Three After this week everything will Seventy-fiv- e Chtistian Ende.vtr 6:15 d. m. rabbits were condemnCentflnterest on Time Certificates of Weekly Prayer Meeting- - -- Wednesday seem to have died out to make wav ed as unfit for food at Paducah Mon- Threlkeld got his weapon in action 8:00 p. m. and set a paco for the world. day morning. for Xmas, ' The record is thirteen geeee in five Cumberland Presbyterian Church shots. New President. J; B. Eshraan, Pastor. The Cherokee Building is n earing If anyone has ever done better Sunday School at 9:30. completion and it won't be many Fairfax Harrison, president of the than that Mr. Threlkeld is willing to Preaching at 11 a.' m. Nat Gaither, President; J. E. McPherson, Cashier; days before the roof will be on the Monon railroad was elected presi- withdraw from the limelight. PaChristian Endeavor 7:00. Hospital. Jennie Stewart Preaching at 0:0 p. m, H. L McPherson, Asst. Cashier. ducah Sun, dent of the Southern. Preferred Locafs. of several substantial men of his neighborhood as to his record crop and they have made sworn state- merits setting forth the facts. The corn is of a variety known as Reid's Yellow Dent. Hutson claims to have placed on tho ground no fertilizer of any sort. He selected one acre of his bottom land on a larre farm and carefully worked it during thegroW' ing season. best informed men in all phaeee of farm culture. Others could give you theories plenty on how to successful ly run a farm, but he could show you by doing the thing himself, It was with pardonable pride, that his neighbors pointed to his beaut! ful farm as perhaps the best tilled and managed in his neighborhood. No one who knew him and the farm upon which he lived and died, ever had one doubt as to the fact that he was an industrious and intelligent AT HALF PRICE DURING 1 DECEMBER JANUARY FEBRUARY . TheflopkinsvilleKentuckian I I n.r has made a special arrangement by the Daily and the can be Kentuckian, nished one year for $5.00, six months $3.75, by mail (Sunday Courier not included) to all person? who will give their orders to us during the months named above. Remember, thej Daily and THIS PAPER one year each 1 For Only $5.00 After February 28, e PUBLIC the Daily alone is $6.00 a year. Take advantage this special Bargain at once and RED THE H the price COST OF To Get Advantage of This Cut Rate, Orders Must Be Sent To Us, Not to The p SELLING OUT SALE Sacrifice Prices nt Come and See For Yourself active J. A. MILES, Bennettstown, Ky. e u "Onyx" "Onyx" Hosiery ' pHB the FOR in ef er Lord & Taylor - - New York - Banking Facilities Per ueposit. BANK OF HOPKINSVILLE 1 1 rtAn"JWMrr. Hopkinsville Market BATTLED BY TELEGRAM Qiotatiifls, Corrected Nov. 20, 1913. Retail Grociry Pricm. iBpountry lard, good coler and c Stated Father Wm III For Him to Come Immediately. Spta&d Tonic. Cora, Ky.Mrt. Iva Moore, of this weak, I could And plftet, My: "I wm te was A Longfellow Ujr To Date. Clothes of women still remind Spite of all our jest and japel That they still expect to find us Interested in their shapes. -- Rody McPhee In Springfield Uni Since"the slit has been in favor With our maids of lissome gri Very few men stop to notice What they look like in the fac -- Kee Maxwell In Peoria Journa Tell me not in mournful numb Those are all but empty dren But I've heard my heart itumbc They're notal ways what thty se D.xon Merritt in Nashville Bant Let us then bo up and doing, With an eye for any Bight, Always watchful, always view! What'Js shown when skirts are tig lw per pound. Country bacon, 17c par pound, Black-ey- ed peas, $3.50 par bushel and 15c Country shoulders, 16c pound. County hams 21c per pound. Irish potatoes, $1.30 per bushel. Northern eating Rural petateet, $1.80 per bushel Texas eating onions, $1.75 per bushel, newfetock Dried Naty beans,. $3.00 P bushel Cabbage, 3 cents' pound, Dried Lima beans, 60cl per gallon. Country drledapples, 10 per pound, 3 for 256 Daisy cream cheese, 25c oet pound Full cream brick cheese, 25c per . Annapolis, Md., Dec, S An inci dent in connection with the army-nay- y football! game In New York, Saturday, is. being investigated by naval academy authorities. Just be fore the game started, Nichols, navy quarterback, washanded a telegram which said his father was seriously ill; and requested him to start Imme Juntry round Fu'j cream Limberger cheese, 25c per pound Popcorn.dried on ear,2c per pound Fresh Eggs 35c per doz Choice lota fresh, butter, in pound prints, 30c well-worked Fruits. Lemons. 30? per doz. Navel Oranges" 30c to 50c per doz. Bananas, 15c and 20c doz Cash Price Paid For Produce. diately for home. The initials were not those of Midshipman Nicholls. The telegram was dated Baltimore, while Nicholls' family live in Spar- tanaburg, S, C." Although Nicholls discredited the telegram, he felt some anxiety until he learned his athef was in good health. If the telegram was the work of, some one who wished to weaken the naw team as has been suggested, Nichbl s naturally would have been selected, as upon him devolved the se'ection of navy's plays. Midshipman C J. McKeavy, navy halfback, who was put out of Satur day's game with a badly dislocated knee and torn ligaments, is in the navy hospita1. Surgeons say he hnrdlv wi'l be fit for duty inside of four weeks, and will not bo able to take nart in ath'etics this winter. Perry, who played center, was kick ed in the sitie and has an internal in jury, but it is thought not to be tQ hardly walk. I tried Cardui, and greatly relieved. It hi a splendid ten- I have recommended Cardui to many frtenda, who tried it with good results." Testimory like thte comes uneolicited, from thousands of earned women, who have been benefited by the timely use of that successful tonic medicine, Cardui. Purely veg etable, mild, buc reliabl', Cardui well merits its high place in the es teem of those who have tried it. It relieves women's pains, and strengthens weak women. It. is certainly worth a trial. Your druggist sells Cardui. Advertisement. Killed Him Anyhow. THE THRICE-A-WEEEDiTI' W F. Woodham shot and killed S. OF THE NEW.Y0RK W0RL Cdlber.th at Cuthbert, Ga., who had jast been acquitted of a charge of betraying Woodham's Practically a Daily at the Pr K Bister. TALKING CLOCK WAKENS ONE ! of a Weekly. No other News- - No. 509, 6th Ave. N., Nashville, Tenn. paper in the world gives so so much at so low a price. This is a time of great events, and you will want the news accurately and promptly. All the countries of the world steadily draw closer to gether, and the ielegraph wires bring the happenings of every one. No o'ther newspaper has a service equal to that of The World and it relates everything fully and promptly. Gives Alarm In Words of Disgusted Wife Who Has Breakfast Ready. Poultry..1 Dressed hens, 121c per pound Dressed cocks, 7c per pound Jive hens, 11c per pound; live cocks 8c pound; live turkeys, 14c peRoots. Hides, Wool and Tallow. Prices paid by wholesale dealers tc butchers and farmers: Roots Southern ginseng, $5.75 lb "Golden Seal" yellow root, $1.8511 Mayapple, 31; pink root, 12c and 18 Tallow No. I, 4J; No. 2, 4c. Wool Burrv. 10c to I7c; Clear Grease, 21c. medium, tub washed 28c to 30c; coarse, dingy.tubwashed 18c. Feathers Prime white goose. 60c dark and mixed old goose, I5c to 80c; gray mixed, I5c to 80c white duck. 22c to 35c, new. fgHides and Skins These quotation. iShBfor Kentucky hides. Southerr fireen hideB 8c. We auote assorted bet- lota dry flint. I2c to I4c. 10 ter demand Dressed geese. 11c per pound far choice lots; live 51 Fresh country eggs, 30 cento ppr dozen Fresh country butter 25c lb A good demand exists for sprinw chickens, and choice lota of fresh 9-- sound country butter Hay and Grain. ms. No. I timothy hay. $22 00 No. I clover hay. $20 00 Glean, bright straw bay, 25c bale Alfalfa hay, $21 00 White seed oats, 54c Black Beed oats, 53c Mixed seed oats, 65c No. 2 white corn, 92c Winter wheat bran, $28 00 Although it wosld seem that al most everything necessary to the comfort and convenience ai mankind had been fashioned, inventors keep right on dreaming and achieving. Among the latest offerings is an alarm clock which awakens you with rious. the words of a disgusted wife who In Lippincott's And The Holidays has breakfast on the table. set the the before retiring you evening The Christmas number of Lippin clock' for 630; at 6:30 you will cott's Magazine will bring the .'good probably get up. Here is what will cheer of the season to every reader, waken you : old or young. Ihe complete novel- "Six-thirt- y, feature of this, as of every, number time to get up; get up, can't you? :s a story of unusual charm entitled Get up, you miserable, lazy man. Gel " BHty's Virginia Christmas," by up, get up, get up P Molly Elliot Seawell, who surely needs The first clock oi this kind was exno introduction to the discriminating hibited in 1900, but it cost $3,500 to reading public. This, her latest long make it. The present offering costa story, remarkable for the vivid and $25. If.yMi are awako in the midsympathetic picture Bbe gives us o dle- of the night and; wish to know tho the South in the holiday season, its time, press a button and the clock picturesqueness, its gaiety, and its t quarter-hou- r, boundless hospitality. The plot has as: "Two fifteen" if it happens to to do with the romance of the bo 2 :13 or 3 :18. Tho phonographic "Batty." a typical record is on an endless belt and the d but Virginia girl, and a young army offi grooves in which the voice vibrations cer from the North. Of course it aro recorded run lengthwise of the turns out happily, but there are belt. The belt continues to give out enough complications to keep the sound until shut off when once startyoung lovers, as well as the reader, ed. So far the clocks have been supon the V anxiouB seat" for a long plied with belts ich talk m 35 while. After finishing the story, the languages. reader is likely to cudgel bis brairs EXTREMELY SO to think whether he can't scrape up some Virginia friend or rtiitive that he can arrange to visit next Chrht- sii-thirt- Gerard & Hooser DEALERS IN Wall Paper, Window Shades, House and Sign Painting, upholstering and refinishing antique furniture. Mirrors resilvered.' Your patronage Solicited. 312 S. Main St., Hopkinsville, Ky. Phone 199. r y, six-thir- ty; The World long since established a record for impartiality, and any. body can afford its Thrice-a-Wee- k edition, which comes every other day in the week, except Sunday. It will be of particular value to you now. 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Nan, N. Slam, August 9, 1918. Ytm never taw Men a slim mail ae The Peter Fox Sone Co, are ar- came last week: Not a wretch for Opera ranging to put up a cold Storage anybody, from "the euteMe coun- Will Take in Holland' ptant here in connection with their try;" only a few straggling local House Beginning In poultry bueiMM and be prepared to letters, The mail got here earlier toeual. so we surmise that the Jairawy. Keep open lor bonnees the year than fearing bed weather, .1 mind, pecking dreeeed fowle in ceW had started out frem Prae. and not storage and supplying them to the waited for the mail from Bangkok. ONE SHOW FOR EACH WEEK eastern markets. The plant is to be However, it means that there are installed at once at their depot on not many letters to answer this First and Railroad streets, and will week, which is a relief when one is be in every respect. crowded for tima. This has been Musical Companies and Famous our examination week, and I have been unusually busy. Then weJiave Celebrated Dramas Local Bricfleta. been in such a pickle about the herd of cows, The cattle disease got into Included. them, and we had a time. The first A dance is to be. given at the armohe" ry next Wednesday night, the cow died at Taylor's.place, so seat the herd over here, to confine the Manager Horand has p'aced his Wright Saxophone Co., of disease there. But the next day, two to furnish the music. opera house in the McDonald circuit died here, and several others later, and will get the high c'ass shows so he took the well cows back to his syndicated by that concern this sea Christmas arrives right in the mid piece. He had 17 cows in his native na surprising unanimity a movement1 declaring'iBwas the best lotr availson. dle of the week this year, and it is herd, and he and Dr. Beach recently to put Hopkinsvil e in the Third able within the appropriation of Among the big musical shows less than three weeks off. bought Gillies herd of Burmese cat Class, where it could then vote upon $1500. He said he felt confident the which will thus be secured are: tie, four cows and two cows, pay a commission form of government, street improvements contemplated The Pink Widow. ing about $100 for the lot. Now Since we've had a tobacco season under an enabling act applying to would answer all reasonable objecThe Girl From Lunemburg Third Class cities. there has been quite a noticeable im there is only one cow left of this tions to the site. s. The .. herd, and six or seven others have provement in business. Mr. Geo. E. Gary was chairman President Frank Rives, of the LiSunny Side of Broadway, died. It has been awfully tryjng, to of the meeting and Spa'ding Trafton brary Board, also spoke, saying that with Max Bloom. see them dragging around here, day was made secretary. Hon. Jno. F. the Board, was satisfied with the site Four Marx Brothers. Money In Hogs.. after day, nothing but skin and Bible was the principal speaker and and felt that the Mayor and CounThe Winning Widow. bonep. I think that has worn me out part or his speech was a se cil had done the best they could. Miss Nobody From ine nrst Farm and Fireside says: Starland. more, this week, than my school vere arraignment of the system un "The cotton farmers of the south The meeting adjourned without a Colonial Minstrel Maids. work. There is one good thing about der which it is possible to trade off motion on the question raised. are slowly turning to Some of the ce'ebrated dramas the offices of the city every two Chairman Gary yesterday named ley have every facility for this their having been sick over here years, often removing good officials the following committee, all of whom are: business, and will succeed if they though; and that is, that he won't Deep Purple. for no other rea-othan that their were seen and agreed to serve: study it." Theuneversal testimony dare turn the well cows in here again 'Paid in Full. places were wanted for others in pay of stockmen is that there's more this season, for fear of their taking John C. Duffy, C. 0. Wright, A. The Wo f. mentof political debts of interested H. Eckles, Jno. F. Bible. W. A. Wil- money in hogs then any other live the infection. We can't keep the A ias Jimmy Valentine. ' bosses and rjngsters. He called gus, K. E. Cooper, Sam Frankel, M. stock if it weren't for the cholera school yard at all decent, with 32 Third Degree. upon all who opposed the spoils 'sys- C. Forbes, W.T.Tandy, Geo. D.Dal- and hogs grown on forage are cows in it. The girls put out flower?, These are only a few of the many and they eat them right up: and tem, operated for the benefit of a ton, E. W. Moore. J. M. Neblett, T. excellent attractions that will be not as subject to cholera as dry-lo- t there are just stubs of the palms few men, to get on the side of the L. Metcalfe, E. M FiacK.S. Y Trimp seen here at the popular price of hogs. Hogs will break up the can'tcomplain, for it is so people. He then turned his atten ble, Hi Clay Smith, Chas. M. Meach- system of the South and left. But I only 50 cents. A. N. McDona'd hard to get grass for them, and Paltion to the advantages of a commis- am. Uther names wni oe added. p manager of the circuit, was here that is to be desired. A mer didn't get any bay for them, to sion form of government, run by country is a counthis week and perfected the use during the dry season. And business men for the business interSPOILED MEAT Hopkinsville being on try." . then, it is good to have their milk to ests of the city, and presented many the line from Chicago to Nashville. strong reasons for the proposed drink; and we have been having very Married at Clarksville. The shows will spend Sundays in good milk lately. Of course we don't change to a form of government be- Some Of The Heavy Loses By Evansville, playing Henderson, Miss Addie Dollins and Mr. John skim it; there wouldn't be anything ing adopted by the most progressive The Warm Weather. Owensboro, Bowling Green. Clarks-v- i Carroll, of this city, were married Itf c of it if we did. cities all over the country. le and Hopkinsville and perhaps Tuesday night at Clarksville by Esq. Hiram E. Brown and Robt. A. We went down to Hartzells' yesMadisonville. There wii be one at J. M. Jarrell. They made the trip It i3 impossible to estimate theact- Cook, Republican leaders, were called terday afternoon to tea. They had upon and both endorsed the move- ul losses frcm spoiled meat) follow- traction each- week, nnd Hopkins-ville'- s from here in an automobile. a guessing contest, of pictures of night wi probably be Friday ment, pledging themselves to assist ing the warm weather last month. public men, cut out of magazines. I Many farmers hastened to kill hus In the larger cities a week's engage, in making it a success, liss Lou's? Jones has returned got 21 out of 30 right, and the next with' the business men of the city ir at the first f re zs and nearly ull lust ment will be played. from a stay of several weeks in Cin- nearest was 14. Most of the people 1 he first of the shows will come their joints when the cold spell end- respective of politics. cinnati. . got only seven or eight. I fell down Among the heavy to Hopkinsville the mid'd e of Janu Following their speeches, Mr nr ed so abruptly. on the cabinet officers; I hadn't got-te- n A. Wilgus offered this resolution losers known are E D. Jones. T. C. ary and thereat tor tnere win be one familiar enough with them to rewhich was adopted by unanimous Jones. C. H. Boyd, W. H. Adams, J. a week until the summer vacation. member their names. T Steg-S.tgtr Bros , R. G. Rick-ma- n vote: The babies are awfully cute, though and W. A. M Kerzie. Receives Promotion. December 16th with MR. BRUMr neither one of them is pretty. But "Resolved, That we, the citizens . RS22 MUe Crrie Grace Akin, who his FIELD and see ur truck and fruit William is handsomer every day, and Coming In. land proposi.ion. There will be talks the greatest jargon of English If anybody is of the opinion that) been bookkeeper for the Singer Sew- cheap rate3 on at that time nnd you and Laos, most'y the latter, you ever Catarrh That Centair Mercury there is nothing doing at the lodse ing Machine Company at Hopkins- will have a chance to make a good heard. r m rcury ere'.y stroy t.i" floor houses he ought to visit the ville for several sears, has been pro- Christmas trip, .and at the same oi sKitll and con.pU itl C ru tlie This week, a prisoner who was in whole system when ntrrlnT It ihrnueh houses and see for himself moted to head bookkeeper for the time investigate these cheap, fertile the marous surface j. Su urt'.jlrj jail for thirty years, rah amuck Tobacco mostly on the stalk thus far iupr te used except bn prescriptions Xrum reputable jrtiysicians. as the damage same company at the Liuisville of- lands of our?. This is the best truck and killed the jailer; so they wrote they v.Ill do Is ten fold to ti.o food vou has been rolling in ever since the proposition in the State for the new ran possibly derive from them. Hall's season began a week or ten days fice and she has assumed her money. Mr. Brumfield has a truck to Bangkck for permission to have Cure, manufactured by r. J. Catarrh Cheney A Co.. Toledo, O.. contains no ago. duties. The charge is not only a farm in cultivation and you can see him executed at once, which meanB, mercury, and Is taken Internally, olrectly upon the blood and mucousactlnR surnice promotion but carries with it a for yourself what these lands will having hid head chopped off. faces of the system. In buying Hall's Mental Training. Catarrh Cure be sure you get the jranu-InI got a long letter this week from An educated man is a man who can substantial increase in promotion. do. For particulars see It ts taken Internally and made In do what ho ought to do when ho ought Toledo. Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co. TesMrs. Steele, telling me about that Miss Akin spent last week here with timonials free. s to do It whether ho wants to do wonderful baby of theirs. There's it or her parents. Judge and Mrs. J. T. Bold by Druggists. Price TEc per bottle. not. Nicholas Murray Butler. Take nail's Family Pills for consUpatlon. no doubt about it; there never was Agents. Akin. Princeton Lender. - "iiiiiiimii urn rTMnrTrtTwnrT;-niiimMiiimni minw i m SHOW (MIT PlMt k Being Infilled By tke They seem te be Ptter Fox Sons Co. mail-carrier- s, up-to-d- ate Colum-bup.'Ohi- o, Heart-Breaker- . hog-raisin- g. n one-cro- one-cro- . - 1 p, . Li e. another like her. Everybody says so. surem el r happy over the "precious treasure." 'TMs week I got a letter from you, dated ten days earlier than the one I had received the week befor,JWt wm addressed "Loas, North and had evidently lain In the fost-offic- e somewhere. Until they found out where I lived; when someone added "Nan" in pencil and sent it on. It's a wonder I got it at all, but I wae very glad it turned up, you may be sure. Dr. Taylor is off for WiangSaa this morning, to stay over Sunday, to examine into some charges of witch-craf- t, brought againet one of OHr Christians; to doctor a sick woman, and incidentally to try to improve the spiritual condition of the church in genera'. We hear that there have been thirty deaths there, from whooping cough. The disease is very bad in the Boys' School just now, but we have had only one bad case so far. Hope it won't spread among the girls. There is news that a cart road is to "be built between here and Prae soon, which wi make the trip easier nnd shorter, in nnfnf. nf fimo V, people are to be drafted, to dj work as far as the boundary of 3uV province, while the Prae people work from their side. Five hundred men are to be impressed for one year, to work the road, 500 to handle the boats that bring materials by river, 500 to do carrying, and another 500 for something e'se, making a total of 2,000 men in all from this province. The men who are not doing actual work for the government, are to work the fields of the men who are on the road. The men are not given a cent for their work, and are allowed- off, only so much time' as they need to go home for food. That seems to us a pretty hard way of do ing things, doesn't it? I have just been down to'Jsettle a young man who was howling in the front yard; he comes often to see his sisters, and is dreadfully spoiled. I called to him to stop, but he didn't pay any attention to me, so ' I went down to see what was thematter. Dr. Taylor has a pile of sandi ijfcur front yard, and this young majfftS amusing himself by throwing it away. He miscalculated once, and threw the sand all over his own head.' He wasn't hurt at all, but verymad about it. I took a stick out to whip him, but it was so funny, I made fierce threats, and wenton back to . the house. We are having some very dry weather, and are afraid the rice crop is going to fail. We have our hardest rains this month, and there has been scarcely any yet, except for a week of hard rain in July. Where there is no water to' turn in on the fields, the people have been unable to plow. Every one seemed to be expecting a lot of rain this year. LUCY STARLING.. 1 "J . ' Wright & Johnson Miss Lida Wilkinson has returned to Cadiz after a visit to Mrs. Will Kemmons. niwmrt r I IT'S FUNNY WHAT hand-tailore- A DIFFERENCE A FEW CLOTHES MAKE up-to-da- V d When you buy one of my Suits, made AT HOME, you will see the marked improvement in your appearance. You can buy SURE ENOUGH tailor made clothes at the price you are paying for the My shoe department is te in styles and quality. I handle the celebrated J. E. French, Edwin Clapp, SUPPOSED-TO-B- E ones. Johnson & Murphy in $5.00 and $6.00 grades. Also my $3.00, $3.50 and $4.00 line guaranteed qualities, such as Packard makes. Work shoes of all kinds and at all prices. Large and Well Selected Stock in New Styles of ReadytoWear Clothing, Furnishing. Etc. SELWYN HATS, THE BEST $3.00 HAT. IF IT IS NEW AND GOOD J. K.H00SEB HAS IT. J NO. 3 SOUTH MAIN STREET. HOOSER SUCCESSOR TO GREEN & HOOSER. til r HOPKINsVlLLE JCKIAtf DECEMBtR fSKliOS NkMvM A PRIMITIVE RACE sweet Singer Chirmi Rex Patrons For Three Days and Nights. AlPftrwwirAi Had AmuiMlt Thtt Explarw THffl brppd Among Frm H Mwn. The Fact Remains No amount of misrepresentation by the peddlers of alum baking powders, no juggling with chemicals, or pretended analysis, certificates, or falsehoods of or cooked-u- p any kind, can change the fact that I MAGAZINE WORLD The "North Pale natim" alluded to by Captain Amundaen in a recent As a vocalist Mrs. J. Law Sipple, liwtare were discovered by hjm while whoafe stage name is Miss Anna HoffWa navigating his little craft, man, hm a closer ho'd on music lov- T EE THINGS -' I 2 . . ujoa, s?n;e in throurh the Northwest ers than anyone of her profession 1903-7. He christened tkem "ffechilH," and considered them to be the moat primitive race on earth. No white man had ever before invaded their icy fastnesses. Consequently, they were ignorant of the uee of iron. Their fishing implements were long spears, fashioned out of reindeer horn. They knew no other method of procuring fire than that of rubbing two pieces of wood together. They were, in short, still in tha stage who has ever sung here. She has of civilization reached by our ancestors of the stone age. . So cut off were they from others of their kind that they imagined their tribe was the only one in the world, and displayed the utmost astonishment when told of populous countries far to the south, where neither ice nor snow was. The Gjoa and her crew they thought to have dropped from the moon, and the first Nechilli to come aboard felt the deck, Ijfits, boats, oars, all the while whis-jNpng to one another in amazement : vHow much wood there ia iu the moon how very much 1" GOING SOME fcv been heard at the "Rex for three consecutive ofternoons and nights in grand opera and claseic numbers fa. mjlar to most ears. She has a voice of rare sweetnees and range. Never has anyone with better voice control been heard hero. Even those who care but little for song have been enraptured by her renditions, and when she sang "Swiss Echoes" Thursday night the great audience was entranced. When she sang the old familiar song "Annie Laurie" she scored a success equivalent to an ovation. The Rex was crowded Thursday night. All standing room was opcu-pie- d by those eager to see Miss Helen Gardner in "Cain's Wife" and to hear Miss Hoffman. The entrance was packed and peaple were massed on the sidewalk, patiently waiting for the second display of the five-refilm, to be fol.owed by Miss Hoffman in her selections at 9:15. By some hook or crook Manager Shrode induced the great vocalist to remain .over Frjday and Friday night. True to his policy .of giving Rex patrons the best to be had, re gardless of cost, Mr, Shrode brought Miss" Hoffman here for three days. Open All Day. Owing to the great crowd that is to be here today the Rex will open its doors this morning and not close them until 10 o'clock tonight. The bill is one of the best and reels will run all day, not stopping for dinner or supper hours. el ..NEED.. First a iro hfndteJ YOU lias been found by the official examinations to be of the highest leavening efficiency, free from alum, and of absolute Royal Baking Powder purity and wholesomeness. "KentucWan" tto family should not bo without. 7o?ach will wlSoutarr fivor. You honest,Hod In thi papor an .tralhtforward- -lt toSlr. Chan, & the Interest of tha entire community at heart. Issues of depart-weIs nt paper your Second (a tho Technical World Magazine only entertains In n fasclnaUnfc manner, but which nlao Royal Baking Powder is indispensable for making finest and most economical food. It li the ummertftero fnvento.W nHiVor nnd Interestlnit way of tho discoveries of scientists, tho achievements of chanced upon my first copy of TLCHNICAI. "1 have What, Jcek London like It. I want mor. and I cannot wait for thtm Isn't "hid, please enter my Bubscriptlon and send mo Immediately tha last two years' back numbers. not or for tho for inSne that tho buy business man. nt tho sameperson vjhpIs wants to lull away a Ume. It profusely Illustrated. Informed nitneta. JlmSnySSXAVk Third .., , TWO NEW TRAINS May B$ CHANGES Office Put Into Service Over Made in Local of Ken Co. b. & N. Tomorrow. The usual heavy winter travel over the L. & N. began at the usual time but is some heavier now than a year ago, as most of the travelers are making their way South. It has been found necessary frequently to run the Dixie Flyer, going South and passing hero at 9:02 in the morning, to be run in two sections. It has boen arranged for the Little Dixie to be put into service tomorrow to run between Hopkinsville and Evansville. The Fait Dixie Limited, which was in service last winter and up to the beginning of spring, is again, it is said, to be put on. tucky Public" Service Regular Services. Army Service Law Halts En Will beheld at the First Presbylistments. terian church tomorrow morning and evening at the usual hourV. Washington Dec. 3. M irked de Rev. E. E." Gabbard, of Louisville crease in army enlistments under the will preach. enlistment law was new seven-ye"Alice is a splendid chauffeur." brought to the attention of the war New Captain. "Is she? How fast does she go ?' department by Inspector-Genera- l Cooper W a':s will be captain of Garlington in hia annual report made .,v gh, fifty smiles an hour!" the H. H. S. football team. for 1914. public today. "Recruiting officers The election is asuitable one in every , FLIES FOR FISHING. way, an he nas uaen one of th best and members of recruiting parties," bhhI the report, "have curefully ex players for three Mr. Volker was very fond of trout plained to applicants the nature of a fishing,, and each year tried to have RUG FOR THE BABY the ei hstment contract with referat least a week of goad sport. The CREEPING ence tj service with the colors and day before he was to start on his long Present That Will Bo Appreciated in the reserves, but the applicants looked for vacation his wife, smiling Both by the Recipient and are not satisfied mid frequently i . joyously, entered the room, extendHIa Mother. themselves unwilling to enlist ing toward her husband some sticky, Princeton's New Officers. because of the reset ve features wh eh speckled papers. A present for the baby that will Mayor, R. YV. L!sanb . "For goodness' sake, Laura," he prove a comfort to its mother as well p:aco them under obligations for too City Attorney, Guy Steven. exclaimed, "what on earth are you is a creeping blanket of generous long a period." Police Judtfe. George G. Harralson. ' luw provide3 f jr three years' The ; doing with those old fly papers ?" proportions made of firmly woven Chief Of Police, Alex B. Hopper. sub"Why, I saved them for you from cotton blanketing,' embroidered here sarvicewith ttiecolors' atid four Policaman, W. H. Malone. ; last summer, Jeff," she replied. "You and there in gay colored flowers', ani- ject to call in the reserves. One inPoliceman, Herman Jennings. know you said you always had to buy mals, dolls, etc., set far enough apart spector reported to Gen. Garlington Treasurer, T. J. Joht-sonflies when you went fishing." to oblige the baby to take a creeping that careful inquiry of the 425 former City Printer, Leader. solqsera eligable for enlistment in trip to get from, one to another. Works Supt., D B. Leech! BASEBALL TALK IN 1950. "I have seen a baby amused with reserves resulted in en iiting only Water Cemetery J. K. Greer. such a blanket for a long time," says three. "Do you know that back in 1913 a tho woman .suggesting the present. Buys out His Partner. pitcher would sometimes pitch a "The embroidered figures should all Divorce Granted. whole game?" Mr. Jas. K. Hooser has purchased bo different and dono in different "So tradition says," asserted the On an appeal from tho Logan Cir- the'interest of his partner, M R. S. color schemes. Heavy washable emother manager. "Well, they worked broidery cotton should be used and cuit Court to tho Court of Appeals, Green, in the clothing store of Green pitchers too hard in those days. last Tuesday the court granted Mrs. & Hooser, and will continue the busthe figures outlined boldly. ,r I never let a pitcher go over "The baby I watched creeping Bernie G. Peterson, of New York, iness at the same stand as heretofore. lvansas City Jour about on such a blanket seemed to an absolute divorce from E. G. Mr. Grefin will remain in the store innings. nal. ' enjoy the sensation of clutching at PcJierson, who is manager of the until January 1. M", Hoc ser expects the heavy outlining. I doubt if his Cadillac Automobile Company, of to enlarge the business another year HEARD IT SPLASH. and aid new branche0. interest would have been so keen if th's city. The most popular feature of the menu for dinner had been soup, of on. The crudest, brightest colors, which the little girl had partakeD such as are used in decorating toys, heartily. should bo employed. "Dear me," she sighed, as she went on with other thiigs, "I've eaten so THEIR PLACE OF SEPULCHRE much 60up that every time I swallow HONOR ROLL BANK ' a p'iece of bread I can hear it splash.'' Darky's Opinion as to Burial Place of t ar saa-onH- . The resignation of R. A. Fields as mapager of the Kentucky Public Service Company brought with it several changes in the personnel of the office force. R. A. Choate, who has had charge of the gas business, will remain and, it is said, will be second only to H. D. Fitch, who succeeds Mr. Field. Mr. Fitch will not leave Bowling Green but will move the main office to Bowling Green, necessitating the removal of the auditor and others to Mr. Fitch's home town. Mr. Fitch is well and favorably known here, as he is one of the directors of the Hopkinsville Water Co., and it is to be regretted that he cannot see it to his interest to move here and contiuue this as the home office of the Public Service Co. Miss Ellen Young, who resigned her position as one of the faculty of the City High School, to which she was reelected last summer while in California, to accept the first place in Mr. Field's office, resigned her place last week. Riley Butler, another member of the office force and who handled the accounts of the patrons of the company, loses out at the Io-- c office, but will be retained by the company and sent to the Frankfort office. His many friends will be glad to learn that this transfer is a promotion in the service of the company with an increase in salary. aiiiorny. Joe Doe; Jim Longi crier. vine Sisters." Free head cheese, apples and hard-cidSolo "Some Day 'Twill All Be for all. Come and have a goodi Over." time." The Lord's Supper. 3 p. m. Sermon: "Some Mistakes About Sin. Cheering Outlook. Solo "As We've Sown So Shall Secretary McAdoo.'s first report We Reap"' submitted to Congress predicts bet7:30 p. m. God's Last Call." ter times under new laws, says the Solo-"- The Three Calls." tariff act has not had sufficient trial Only two days remain of these to afford a test and urges the passmeetings today and tomorrow. age of the Currency Bill as a means They have been most fruitful of of hastening a more prosperous figood thus far and It is hoped connancial era. fidently that these two days will see much more good done in them. The meetings of this week have exceeded in interest those of last week. Despite many counter inA Shipment Of fluences in the way of special business of the highest public concern the meetings have been uniformly large. Many have made their way forward' during the week to confess pub icly their faith in Christ. Others have come forward to renew their covenant with Christ. Yet others have come into the church by letter The Old Reliable Jeweler and and statement. Optometrist. 10:45 a. a "WMI Fine Atlas er Sermon: "Three Di 'i JUST RECEIVED "BIG BEN" Alarm Clocks. M. D. KELLY ant Something Catchy? Buy a Copy of The LATEST Sale Associated Charity Notes. Owing in part to good weather. last week we have not had many nejft calls for relief. One woman wanted money to pay her rent but instead we found work for her which will enable ln:r to hlp herself. We.do this when ever possible. There are three cases on oar re cords which aire particularly pathe tstic, all women deserted by. their husbands and left with four or five children to support. Two of them a e worthy of any assistance given them, as the mothers are striving to keep the children in school. The third has called at our office a number of times and has b sen offered the only relief we could give in her case but she has not accepted. An old man in whom we have have bt en interested for some time died Tuesday but his life insurance which his daughter has kept up relieves us of any further responsibility. On our rounds of investigation we sometime3 meet with humorous situations. As illustrations: Oneoll colored wonjan said "I has two rhaumatis, the old fahioned kind andtheflamity rheumatis." We called on a family the other day which included a father and mother. one son and a daughter, twelve yfars old. The woman told us her daughter had been going to school (in another ci(y) einceshe was six and had never been promoted from the first grade. She marked "I guest she just hasn't JUaitzz&s Louise PIANO HIT. For at all Music stores or send 12c to Harding and Miller Music Co., Evansvi !e, Indiana. tx-prt- sa FURNITURE IFOR Christmas Presents Renshaw & " . Harton Furniture and Undertaking. phone: 1134 Day Night 861 i ' ! 1 THEATRE ! CITY BANK AND TRUST CO. Apostles HAVE YOU MET GRIGGS? Possibly tho Professor Said Fossils. A darky servant in tho employ of a noted archaeologist was telling a i: others?" "Yes, so far as ho will concede friend of a conversation he had overheard between, his employer and a that they have any rights." scientific colleague with reference to certain important discoveries. PERMANENT UNION. "Does GriggstVespect the .rights of AMPLE RESOURCES WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS ACCOUNT, LARGE OR v SMALL, got the talent for learning." But underlying each remark the evidence of ignorance and destitu tion and urgent need for better con ditions was apparent. Mre. Lillian Gillock, Agent. Two Boys Expelled. Because the "Temntation num TODAY "Lasca" "Almost an Actress" j A two'reel Bison, taken from the famous poem by the same name. The story tells of a Mexican girl's love for her cowboy Bweetheart and how she gives her life to save him in the stampede. One of the most thilling and exciting Western dramas ever put out by the Bison people. ' 48 -- ttHy "De professor," said the darky, Enicker The Atlantic and Pa "was sayin' dat de bones he finds in cific are wedded. the cave in de south was the Tostles' Bocker And neither of them can bones. How can ho tell do Tostles' possibly go to Reno. bones from de b6nes of any other men dat's what I wants to knowl" HIS SPECIALTY. . "Well said .tho darky's friend, after a, period of deep reflection, lawyer friend prefers cats to "maybe your boss has dono found de as pets." "It is natural for lawyers to pre- Garden of Eden, and do 'Postles' fer anything in the o species." bones was dere. Where should de Tostles' bones bo if it wasn't in de THE RULING PASSION. Garden of Eden?" Illustrated Sunday Magazine. "How can th women run after Must Hav Stimulant Smith 60? He is a mrkqd map." Where there la neither love ser "I suppoee, then, they thought he hatred la the game woman's" play ie vm marked down." BiwHocre, F. NleUcha. fee-lin- and offer Our Services in Loans, Investments, Financial Matters and Management of Funds. (Joker Comedy) versity humorous monthly, was ob Everybody knows what wo jectionable tho editor-in-chiand when we say we have a Joker mean Com art editor were expelled. edy. Th funniest reels released in any service and this one is no exception, FOIt SALE. ef ber" of the Cornell Widow, the uni HI in - Four White Japanese Si kies; for prices and birds, see, James Hill West, at Hill House, Hopkinsville Ky. MONDAY Jane Gail and Mat Moore in Who Killed OlgaCarew? Waiting For Emma. (2 Reel Imp CAPITAL SURPLUS - $60,000.00 $100,000.00 Feature.) This is an extremely exciting Plans have been made at Plymouth to arrest Mrs. Emmeline detective story and with these la two infilm favorites in the lead, this Pankhurst, tho suffragette leader. deed a feature. Solon Higgins Dead. Solon Hlggina, the wall known 3 PER CENT. PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS. "The Doctor's Orders" (Powdrs) jeweler of Murray, died this wk, Powers juvenile company. A real live comedy by tha famous ' MKM&fsvi LLE MNTOCtUK DflOpllft V1 ' THE Loo PICTURE HAT proached her and Mid with winning the full course V Young" for Htr, But Shi "I don't quite understand what the course ie," the replied heeitatisf- Found a Way to Rtmtdy That By MAUD ISIDORE DOUGLAS. mile: "I undenUnd fat hmkUih Ukw I Sho could havo forgiven the actual Jrords, although thoy hurt, but it wad ho half wondering, half scornful lit- ln loiirm irniph nrvrtmrhAnilVi fHp.TO nhat remained in Alice Vernon's ijnemorY, and wa responsible for all Tthat came after. Sho had brought, homo a new bat Kfrom the tempting, sales, one which Miad taken her vL i i it- - -i wo Buop fancy greatly, and ii ueisunc i wiio mMu iwiucn 1 u :t it - 'HEROES IN 'ACTION WOMEN STENOGRAPHERS Motion Pictures to Advertise Said to Have Supplanted Men the Government For years it has been admitted that the Government of the United States is one of the poorest advertised cor porations in the world, says William N. Taft, in December Techynica1 World Magazine. Tnis, it is charged has been largely responsible for the ' unrest and lack of confidence oppar ent in certain sections of the country How to remedy this condition was the questlo i. Newspaper publicity and advertising were tried with small suc cess; billboards and lectures did little better; govertment bul.etins were for the most part cast aside unread, It has been, therefore, apprent that the Government must take some entirely new tack and approach the people from an untried angle. It was the Department of Agricul ture, more versed in the scienc'e of publicity-thathe others, that first hit upon the scheme later adopted by all the governmental branches. Agricultural Department officials.decided that motion pictures, showing what the Government is doing for the farmers, would.be of far greater value than than the lectures. At the same time they would costless and would attract larger and more attentive audi ences. Orders were accordingly given for the preparation of half a dozn At Washington. Without dodging in and out of the offices of professional men in no one can form an idea as to the number of young lady stenographers employed. While their name is not legion, yet observation shows that the number is largely in excets of that of young men employed for Hop-kinsville the same purpose. Many reasons may be assigned for this, one of them being that competent young men are seeking employment that pays larger salaries and which women cannot fill so well. Bit, after all, as to stenographers women are said to do better stenographic work than men and they are daily taking the field for themselves in the largest cities as well as the smaller ones, and even in towns. We are sustained in this by a dispatch sent to the press of the country from Washington, which foil lows: en films. t . The War and Navy Departments, being desirous.of bringing their en- Hated strength back to its former high standard, decided to give the "movies" a trial; accordingly arrange, ments were maue lor the production of two of the most pretentious mul tiple reel pictures ever taken. The climax of the Navy reel comes in the great naval battle where the enemy's ships attack the South Atlan tic Squadron, which is handicapped by the fire from the Bhore batteries. The battle is going against the Americans until the hero turns the tide by dropping bombi upon the attacking fhet from a hydroaeroplane piloted by Lieutenant John H. Towers, chief of the Navy Aviation Crops. (The pictures which accompany this article are such as are rarely given out concerning government enterprise. In fact the prints from which the cuts were made are from the hands of the official "Where has the male stenographer This is a problem occupying the attention of the civil service commissions, who have unsuccessfully sought candidates for positions pacing from $840 to $900 a year. Women apparently have driven their male competitors from the stenographic field, but in certain lines of stenographic work government officials desire to employ men." gone? Question of Taxes. Lexington, Ky.,Dec. 1 Tne quep. ion whether the Burley Tobacco should pay taxes to the city of Lexington on tobacco stored here and on large amounts of money held in the Lexington banks during the years 1910. 1911, lyl2 and 1913, was argued Saturday before theBoard of City Commissioners, called sposi 1 session for the purpose. Si-ci- ely The Pelican. make. She had purposely refrained from "There's a bird in the zoo called the looking at herself before- - leaving pelican, full-leng- th had assured her earnestly: "Must have been made for you, madam it is so singularly becomling," and she had thought so herself, until sho showed it to her cousin Elsie (her junior by ten years), who had commented with the frank bru tality of premiere ieunesse : dear "Candidly speaking, my Alice, it's too young looking for you ; as a rule you dress so very suitably' adding, as sho tried it on her own flaxen head, "but it's exactly what I want, for Miles Gregory is coming up to town this week, and I haven't a hat worth putting on. This is just ripping, and buhs me perfectly. looking at her own reflection in the mirror as she spoke, waiting for her oder and richer cousin to say, with her usual good nature : "You can have it if you like." But this time the words did not come, and presently EIbio took it from her head and flung it carelessly into its box, 6aying with a Blight- ly malicious laugh: " , "I can't admiro you to wear it yourself, Alice, I really can't dear, If b quite unsuitable it wants lots of hair and a few curls, and more color than you have. I must go now." After the door had closed behind her, Alice took the hat again and tried it on. It suited her very well, sho thought, but mechanically she loosened her hair a little, and instantly noticed a visible improve ment in her appearance. It was strange how Elsie's careless words had hurt her, for although she no longer tried or pretended to bo "a girl," no ono had ever put the hard fact of her ago before her until then. She had been very kind and generous to Elsie, and the girl had gradually set herself up as a judge of what was, and was not, suitable for her cousin to wear, and the things she disapproved of for Alice she had generally secured for herself. This time sho had not done so, and felt extremely irritated as she went home. "Selfish old thing," bIio muttered, "she'd look a perfect fright in a hat like that, and I do want it so badly. Never mind I I'll pop in again tomorrow, and if I don't get it, why, my name isn't what it is." Alice took out her now hat and put it on with determination, then set out for a walk down Modo street, where sho had a few purchases to "The beauty course, madam," was the surprised asewer; "this ie a beauty specialist's,' and when madam has seen how very much we can do for her in ono visit, I am quite sure she will decide upon the full course never have I seen anyone moro calculated to benefit under our treatment Allow me" and her fingers deftly removed the new hat, loosened the tight eoils of hair, which she combed with tender touch, leaving it waving like a dark mantle over the shoulders, murmuring under her breath as she did 'so: "It is positive sin to screw up such beautiful hair into such tight, unbecoming twieta but madam will soon see the difference for herself." vSho was in tho toils and submitted meekly to tho careful attentions of the beauty specialist's trained assistants once or twice she started when she was asked to look at herself in a mirror. "Ah no wonder madamc is sur prised," said tho pretty attendant with a half laugh; "until today per haps she did not realize her own beauty." "I beg your pardon why why, it's Alice I mean Miss Vernon. What an age it is since we last met; As, she turned hurriedly out of tho shop Alice had literally run into the arms of Giles Gregory, arid certainly no ono could have complained of her Jack of color then. A scarlet tide had swept over her face and her eyes had darkened with complex emotions at this chance meeting withi the man who, years ago, had been the one star in her sky, and whose image had j never quite faded. "It is indeed a long time since we met," she replied a little breathlessly. "I heard you were coming to' town this week, but I hardly thought I should see you." "I have been abroad for the last seven years," he explained, "and only returned to England a .month ago, and I And everything and everyone so changed that I am a little bewil dered. ''Take pity on an old friend end lunch with me," ho said, and when sho hesitated, he urged the point so vigorously that before she realized what was happening she found herself seated with him at a small table in a restaurant, and tho curious feel ing pervading her mind that something she had missed in her early youth had come to her now some thing, for the lack of which her whole existence had been desolate. The meal was rather a silent one the woman was telling herself : "If s the ono golden hour of a dreary life; don't expect it to last, don't build even the feeblest hope around it" "How beautiful she is," the man was thinking, as he gazed into the iquid dark eyes, and saw the wealth of cloudy hair underneath the becoming picture hat "A penny for your thoughts," said Alice with a smile; "you look so serious that I can hardly recognize you." "Cash down and you shall have them," ho replied. "You knew why I went away ten years ago, Alice ?" "That is what I nover knew," she replied in a low .tone. "Your aunt died and left you rich. I was practically penniless, and I had neither money nor expectations there was no course open'to me but tho one I took. I was fortunate enough to make money. My uncle left me more. Alice, will you marry me?" "I I I'm older tlum I look today," she answered hurriedly; "you ought to marry some ono years younger than me somo one some one like Elsie " "Thank you," he retorted calmly; "if you've no objection, I'd rather choose for myself and you forget, I think, that I happened to be amongst tho guests at your coming-oball." "Miles," sho gasped, .with a courage that deserved the V. 0., "when I ran into you today, I had just;been to a beauty specialist, who my hair, and and puffed it out, and I simply don't know myself. It all began when I bought this picture hat" lie leant back in hie chair and simply roared with laughter. "Alice," he replied, as soon as ho could speak again. "I'm willing to take all risks just say yes, and give me yourself as I sco you now, and I sliall be content." Lady's Pictorial. . GREAT CLUBBING OFFER The NASHVILLE DAILY BANNER and the HOPKINSVILLE KENTUCKY AN will Jboth be seiit one year for ttie suni of $4.50. To make the offer more attractive both papers will be giyen free to January 1, 1914. That is, if you PAY NOW, the papers will be start ed at once, but subscriptions date from January 1, 1914, and r Hill January 1, 1915. The KENTUCKIAN will give you all the home and neighborhood news, while the Banner will supply all of the foreign, general and State news. The Banner has the unrivalled service of the Associated Press, a special cable service and an efficient corps of correspondents, covering every nook and cranny in Tennessee. With these two papers you will get "all the news all the time." Take advantage of this oi . the longer you wait the more you will lose. to-d- ay 1 I CARRY THE MOST COMPLETE LINE OF Staple and Fancv Groceries Of any house in the city. Give me a call when you want something good to eat. Country Produce Bought and Sold. Nice Line Fruit and Candy Always On'Handl CASTORIA FIRST NATIONAL BANE to-da- y. Thr Whose bill will hold more than his home, but came suddenly face to face with a bellican, mirror in a shop and sustained the shock which so He can keep in his beak often comes to one on such occasions. Enough food for a week, The hat had tilted slightly to ono But darnd if we see how the side and her hair was disarranged hellican." and to finish her discomfiture sho saw her Cousin Elsie turn into the street, in the peculiarly sauntering FOR FLETCHER'S manner which suggests tlio hope or Subscribe for this paper expectation of meeting sonio special fricnd. "The last person I want to see at this moment," muttered Alice to herself, hurriedly entering the shop KENTUCKY. HOPKINSVILLE where the mirror was hanging and , being instantly confronted by a Community. handsomo, stately lady, who asked Only National Bank In This her graciously: $75,000.00 Capital "Which department docs madam 25,000.00 Surplua desire?" 75,000.00 Liability Stockholm Alice glanced hurriedly round, but ISSUES TRAVELER'S CHECKS GOOD IN ALL PARTS the atmosphere of the place was, unOF THE WORLD. familiar and alio found herself at a DEPARTMENT loss what to ask for, so she HAS A REGULAR SAVINGS J. K. 204 South Main TWYMAN m Children Cry" UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY, - ut ij sets Pr Cent Interest Paid on 1 avlngs and Time Deposits : With Possession Given January We still have a few very choice FARMS FOR SALE 1, 1914. farms for sale, can accommodate late buyers by giving prompt possession, Christmas, or January the the first. Let us show you our bargain list, $10 per acre and up. THE HOME INVESTMENT AGENCY nfllxn OAK "M Main St.. CHAS. P. SHELTON, Mgr. Phohe 38 "Can you recommend any any "Everything, madam; wo guarantee all our specifics to bo absolutely safe, harmless, and efficient," was tho dignified reply; "may I suggest that madam takes tho whole course, when I am confident that sho will be more than satisfied.' Rather bewildered, Alice allowed the proprietress to conduct her to the lift, and she was whirled to tho seciwo ond floor, where she was received by very pretty girls, who ap who-curl- ed Job Printing at This Office. r am Or, R. F. N.cDanll Wihm riiiWstwrtl to 4 HOW Difficult 71 SELECT CORN EARS to Dlttlngutsh m kf I. W SEALS THAf ARg FIGHTERS - Eye, Ear, Hose and Throat. retls of riety Has ChartrUtt thap. trae-nee- Color Each Ietwen Va- J. B. Allensworth, Attcney-it-Law, Bohn Building, Up Stain, Front Court Houee. R. U MYRE, same office. Collec tions a specialty. Office: DR. G. P. ISBELL 'Veterinary Physician Offlo & Surgeon Rail- and Hospital Cer. 7th ana road. Both'Phenes Hotel Latham Barber Shop Fine Bath Rooms. Four First Class Artists. The first point la Judging a wimple to of corn 1b to determine Its the type or breed characteristics. There are breeds of corn, like breeds of cattle whleh have peculiar colors or forms which distinguish them. It la difficult to distinguish botwccn breeds of corn of tho samo color, but thte may bo learned by oxpcrlonco In handling corn of various breeds. In pure corn of any breed there are marks which may be easily recognized. Take tho shape of the car, for example. The Ideal car Is cylindrical, not too crooked or too tapering. It Is as difficult to flurl an oar of corn perfect In Bhapo as It la to find cows, horses and sheep with perfect forms. The ' shape of ears of tho different varieties of corn differ as widely as the shape and form of tho different pare breeds of cattlo. Each class and variety has a characteristic shape peculiar to Itself. Tho most desirably shaped ear Is cylindrical from butt to tip. Where ears are Inclined to taper, it will bo noticed that two or four rows, as a rule, are dropped near the middle of the ear. In Judging tho corn' ear, take into consideration tho soil and climatic conditions In which cor-tai- n &N Ti.ne Card No. 136 Effective Sunday, Jan. No. No. No. No. No. No. 98- -C. Gentle Eyed But Flares They Are Content With Labrador Fishermen far Their Prey. Seals arc still numerous and are disliked by Labrador fishermen. Doctor Grcnfcll says that he has known a seal to haunt a net bo persistently that to get any fish the owner had to watch all tho while at one end of it and even then tho seal would almost snap off the fisherman's hand as he raced to bo first to disentangle the salmon. The large, gentle eye makes the seal's appearance exceedingly attractive and those inclined to be sentimental have found in him a great scope for their effusions. As a matter of fact, he cats his prey nlive. He will take a bite out of a fish and leave the rest to struggle away and die slowly. Tliey arc fierce fighters and will catch' and eat birds swimming on tho surface of the water. One was seen devouring a salmon alive. The seal swallowed him by inches, while the struggle swimming lasted. It seemed an open question whether he would succeed dr not. Another seal was seen to capture a gull on the water, but the persistent harrying he got from the rest of the birds persuaded him to let the wounded victim go. KING NOT A mn ITE CHNICAL MAGAZINE WORLD k5, 1913. TRAINS GOING SOUTH. Lira. ll:66!p. b 61 St. L. Ftprp98 5:35 p, 99 Dixie Limited, 10:41 p. m. a. m 95. Dixie Flyer, 9:01 55 Hopkinsville Ac. 7:08 a, m 53 --St. L. 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It Is profusely Illustrated, nnd tells In a simple nnd interesting way ot tho discoveries of scientists, tho achievements of Inventors, tho feats of engineers and explorers, and tho opening of every new field of human endeavor. What Jeek London Mv$."1 have lust chanced upon ray first copy of TECHNICAL WORLD MAGAZINE. There isn't anything llko it. I want more, and I cannot wait for them to come, so I am sending you herewith check for which plcaso enter my subscription und send me Immediately the last two years' back numbers." Technical World Magazine not stop at Mannington or Empire. Nos. 6 and 51 connect at St. Louts t : slats treat. lotsta He. 61 connects (at Guthrie for Memphis and aa farlsctithaa Erin, 'and tfor .Louisville Third- - - A FRANK BOYD, PROPR. Dr. ML W. Rozzell Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Jk Office SPECIALIST' Glasses Fitted. Tested. Cteetanatl sad the Bast. No. 68 and 66 make direct connections at GatV rW for Louisville. 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"What a high color Miss Pretty Office. Infirmary and Shoeing Foree 1UiC'u"' 8th, bet. Main and Water Sts. Face has 1" Office Phone, 211. to the Bh0eing "Oh. not so hicb, if vou cet it at Night.Phcwe, 127. I 6ales." the marked-dow- a Night Phone Home, 1479. feet f.'Ihergee' with' d eed IB FIRST CONCERT y F. PRENTICE. VfttuftMa Leston Aro Learrtmf In Con- f Ancient templation Literature. The wonderful afternoon had at last terxired. Dorothy Clifford was to mako far debut as a pianist at Clarldgo aad Eustaco, hor flanco was to bo pfcera Darethy had been educating herself )m a pianist for seven years. She had m&aj teachors, too. She had hoped to amice music her lifo career. But many girl who dreams of a lifo career sur- ra4ero It when tho right man comes Mess. And with Eustaco to caro for, Mm l&no had become a less valued triemd. "Still. Eustaco," sho had said, "I ima play onco In a whllo at first, oven tafler wo are married, and mako a fow rtra dollars. Don't you think so?" Sastaco had been dubious, but Dor-eikr'B father was emphatically In agreement with her. "Tou'ro going to glvo that piano ro- cHal. anyway, Dorothy," ho said. tHer I've spent nearly a thousand dollars on your musical education, frera first to last, and talked about you to my friends and how you are going ta take the town by storm: and now itf Bp to you to mako good." "Bat it will cost threo or four hun dred dollars for me to appear at Clar-lball," said Dorothy. KJood," answered her father. "That vM show tho newspaper critics that 70a nean business. That will impress dt Dorothy's father was not very worldly "wlso, but anyway ho had his TrilL And bo tho fateful afternoon arrived. When Dorothy arrived with hor father and Eustace and saw tho placards in front of the building her heart gave little throbs of pride. "Dorothy Clifford," they nnnounced, in Lrcat black letters, under her picture. "Dorothy Clifford," and then, in smaller letters, "gives her pianoforte recital in Claridge hall" tho last words very big again "on Friday next at 2:30." Eustaco squeezed her hand and her father twisted his white mustache and strolled along as proud a& a king. they told "Room 4, Miss Clifford her inside. So Dorothy Vad to say good-bto her father and sweetheart and hurry round to the musicians' entrance. She walked up and down corridors for Claridge hall is quite a large place and at last found room 4. "They are waiting for you," said an old gentleman at the stage entrance little curtly, Dorothy thought. But ho had no time to bother about such things as that Sho walked on the fetage, and one glance at tho auditorium filled her with Joy. Tho houso was full. It was not merely full, but packed, overflowing into the aisles. It was also a representative house, for it cumbered men, women, girls and boys, and as Dorothy walked forward toward the grand piano, which, rather oddly, she thought, occupied a corner of the stage instead of tho center, such broke forth a Balvo of that the tears came into her eyes. Sho could hardly Bee to read tho music that she unrolled and placed upon tho stand. At first sho was timid. It was her first appearance in public, and the presence of these strangers disconcerted her a little. Then, too, Bhe know that hor father and Eustaco had seats in the second row, but though sho had tried to seo them sho had (ailed to do so. But the knowledge that they were there encouraged her. Her hands, a little tremulous at first, regained their power, and before Bhe had played half a dozzen bars she bad forgotten whoro she was in the Joy of playing. She did not even notice that there was nobody to turn over the pages for her. She lost herself In the ecstacy ol Chopin's divine creation, and, before she knew it, tho piece was ended. Dorothy got up and bowed. To her amazement there was not 0 . single Not ono person out of that vast audience had been sufficiently impressed to applaud. There was not a whisper. They sat in their seats In stony sllenco. Dorothy controlled herself with difficulty. She went slowly out through tho stage exit. She would not go back. She would go home, she "Dorothy! Where have you been?" It was Eustaco, Eustaco standing at hor side. She tried to hide tho tears that filled her eyes. "Dorothy! That's tho wrong room. That's Number 3. Wo have been waiting for you a quarter of an hour. Tho audience is gotttng impatient" Tho absurdity of the mistake sent tho girl Into a reaction of hysterical laughter. To whom had sho been play-Inthen? Sho would not yield now; she would go on tho right stago and play her part. Otherwise well, her father would havo to pay back tho box office receipts, and that would mean threo or four hundred dollars, at least. Mocbanlcally she entored Numy hand-clapping tfeeaa." the classics because they constitute a retreat in which the spirit may commune with tho high thoughts of the past. Modern literature is modern j it concerns itself with actual life, with our distractions, our trivialtic8, our romance, our getting on in the world, with all our coarser appetites; but in the remote classics, in that cool, tranquil, distant world, we can surrender ourselves to contemplation, to meditation, to tho high influences that always stoop to tile soul's call. This remotepess of tho classics affects mo as my remembrance of gracious figures in my childhood, 6nys a writer in the Atlantic. Tho people there seem to havo a nobler aspect, a more goodly presence, larger sympathies, a wiser and a kinder attitude. We do not apply the lessons we learned from them directly to life, but we know that somehow the most valuable- - lessonB in our lives come from them. We cannot say just what we learned, but we possess a memory of quietness, or ripeness, of wisdom, of qualities that lie near the center of life, and we feel that to them is due whatever gain wo havo made in grace and moral stature. Greek literature has a like effect upon us. A HOT ONE I advocato FRENCH IVOR Have just received another shipment of French Ivory, which mak etau our line of traveling cases, toilet and manicure sets one of the most complete you will find in the city. We buy the best quality of this Ivory obtainable, as 1117 fT QUALITY IS OUR MOTTO And by buying direct from the manufacturer we can offer you these goods at very low prices. French Ivory from the inexpensive novelties to the higher priced manicure and toilet sets makes a very acceptable gift. We will engrave and inlay these pieces in any color enamel you may W select. We invite you to call and see our line of Holiday Gifts FORBES MFG. COMPANY Tom What do you think of Scribbler's latest book? Dick I'd just as lief read the city directory. USED CHEESE FOR SOAP. Incorporated. QUALITY JEWELERS. Resolutions of Respect. At a meeting of Ned Meriwether Camp No. 241 U. C. V.. held on December 2nd, 1913, the following report of resolutions on the death of Comrade L. J. HHrris was made bv the regulur Committee and adopted: Whereas it has pleased the Al mighty God in His wise providence on November 30 .h, 1913, to call our comrade L. J. Harris from thfs to a She walked in and banged a hunk of yellow substance on the counter. "This," she announced, "is the soap s the that does the washin' itself. soap that makes washing a pleasure ; it's the soap that " "That ain t soap, ma'am, inter rupted the grocer as he took the substance in hand and examined it. 'TTour little girl was here yesterday for half a pound of cheese and half a pound of soap. Thaf s the cheese." "Tho cheese !" exclaimed the wom an. "Then that accounts for thf Forest Notes. The forest of Florida contain 175 different kinds of wood. There are seven spruces in the United States. Four are confined to the west; two to the east; whi e one, white spruce, has a contincjnt-wid- e distribution. Sawmill waste of Douglas fir, of which enormous quantity is found in the western forest, is being used to make paper pu p by a mi 1 at Marsh-fielOregon. In proportion to its weight, Cali fornia redwood is the strongest conifer so far tested at the U. S, forest products aboratory. This strength is due to its long wood fibers. The Philippine bureau of forestry reports that American and European lumbermen are trying to secure large and regular shipments of Philippine woods, mainy for cabinet making. Experiments with various chemical extinguishers for fighting national forest fires have not been very successful. Tne un'imined supp'y of oxygen in the opn, forest officers say, tends to neutralize the effect of the chemica's. If and cats in a movement to banish kissing. That deadly germ3 may be transmitted in kissing is a sane proposition thoroughly backed up by science. From the hygienic standpoint kissing is all wrong and wholly unjustifiable the danger that threatens his ladyThe Anti Kissing Humbug. love? There have been sporadic attempts Must he sulk away and leave her made to unite men, women, children at the mercy of the deadly germs, whereby kissing he may save her and sacrifice himself? Abominable thought! Away with it! other thing." "Vhat other thing?" "Why, I lay awake the whole night wondering what made the Welsh rab bit we had taste so queer." "OBJECT MATRIMONY." better life. That in the death of Dr. L. J. Harris our Camp has lost a most lovable and gallant com rade, and the State and County a valuable and useful citizen, and a brave and patriotic soldier. 2. That wo the comrades of the deceased, take this method of ex pressing our deep sorrow and our sympathy with his bereaved family, and to assure them of the? high es teem in which Comrade Harris was held by us. on account of his fidelity, devotion and merit as a soldier and officer in the service of hisountry, as well as on account of his high honor and his many lovable traits of character, and his genial and gen erous companionship when in our Be d, it Resolved, 1. sit-poin- But the trouble is that people do not kiss from the hygienic standpoint. There are other standpoints and Hygiene is not the whole thing. Bisides, the young man in love is apt to consider it a duty to remove the deadly germs from his sweetheart's lips. He may endanger himself, btft what of that? Has chivalry passed entirely out of the world, that the lover no longer takes upon himself hand-clap- Young woman of ancient lineajre. beautjful as Ilelen, prudent as Penel ope, economical as the Electrcss So phia of Brandenburg, witty as Mme. de Stael, austere as Lucretia, charit able as St Elizabeth of Hungary, de voted as Florence Nightingale, lov ing as Virginie, with the voice of an angel, an artistic soul and possessed of a splendid fortune, desires correspondence with a view to matrimony. A DANGER. The deadly germ is accepted as an actual fact. Then what sort of a creature is it, calling himself a man, that will leaye a charming girl a helpless victim to it, when by persistent kissing the deadly germ might be kept on the jump until worn out and made harmless? The deadly germ theory only adds all the more reason why men should rush to the women's rescue. is sweet in such a cause. Henderson Gleaner. Self-sacrifice DR. BEAZLEY Specialist (Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat) midBt. For Rent "Do you believe in corporal nun- ishment?" asked tho teacher. "No," replied the parent "It's liable to make a boy so anxious to square accounts some day that he'll neglect his studies in order to BDend lime in the gymnasium." No Promise. on the minute book of this. Camp, and a copy Bent to the family of our Since the Freight Agent of tho I. deceased comrade, and to the local C. Riilroad Co. had a conference at papers for publication. the headquarters of H. B.M.A. there . That these resolutions he spread g, And as sho entered Just ns hoarty a round of applauso greeted her as before. But when Bhe ended the house went wild with enthusiasm. "Encoro!" they, yollod. They called hor back threo times In each of tho first two parts and six times at tho ond. And, as tho papers said next day, Dorothy had "arrlvod." "Who who woro they, Eustaco " sho asked, at tho first opportunity. Eustaco threw back bis. bead and laughed. "Dorothy." he said, "your first public concert "rras 'given bojtoro the National Association of DeafcMutes." ber 4. has been much speculation as, to whether a reduction on f rieght rates on coal would be made and many Copy attest: persons, have expressed the opinion HELPING THE MAGAZINE., Wood, Adj. be made. Hunter that a GO centrato-woul- d "A very thoughtful poet," 6aid the Mr. Durrett made no promises, Broke The Slate. editor. but said he would lay the matter bethe board of directors of the "As to how?" Four of thelsix Democratic mem- fore And there "Always sends me book my rejecthe matter rests. road. bers of the Georgetown council mat tion slips to use on him again." and agreed upon a slato of 'officers, The Boston Holocaust. bat when the council met the other INEVITABLE. two Democrats and two Republicans Investigations of the lodging house "The young follow you boo yondor voted for another Blato. Mayor fire In Boston, which, early WednesMontgomery voted with them and day morning, resulted in the death is a coming man." "JnOjdd! Who is ho?" e'ected Kinzea Stone, Miyor; J. H. of twenty-eighomeless men, were "The rent collictor."' Cleory, Clerk;B. M. Lee, City Attor smarted. ney; Arthur Salyers, Police Chief; A. WORSE STILL. K. HawkjnB.T'reasurer; Owqn Off utt, Univcrsalist Church. S. C. B irlow, Physi"Tliat horrid woman has broken Assessor; Dr. Petty, City weigher. Services at tho Uneversalist cian and John upaiyhomeF Police Judge, Ceme- Church tomorrow evening at tho Jomes Bradley, "Takflu away your husband?" tery Sexton and firedepartment were usual hour. There will be no "No; the book." selected unanimously HUNTER WOOD, Comm'ttee. -ht J. P. BRADEN, Offices once. Over my store room. There are no offices in the city better located or more convenient. If wanted apply at jW. T. COOPER. pre- nrv