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Th PoiUl rutaMe paid In adrance. mn lobwriptlont to bt VOL. XXXVII KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, No. 66 CONFLICTING EDITORIAL COMMENTS. STATEMENTS read to tho cabins Russian Claim J?' The President , a statement to be communicated to the leaders of all Mexican factions, That Teuton WADLINGTON CUT READY FOR THE WINNER MORGAN DAY Inspection Tour Over Parts of The County At The Pennyroyal Fair Ground OUT QUIBBLING In- Medal Will Germany Be Guided by Advance Seems Was Checked a Barbecue serving notice that unless they them For Oratory In Annual Debate. ternational Law or Not, Wilson to Demand. With Mr. Morgan and There Will Be Many Others United States to bring about thetes ZEPPELINS DROP MANY BOMBS GERMANY JUSTIFIABLE SECOND NOTE THIS WEEK. IS tablishment of a stable government. To Join His Party Here. The statement was approved after Answer Would. European War Question Is Unfavorable prolonged discussion. The Mexicans Russians Evacuate Polish .City SPEAKING AT FAIR GROUNDS, AND NIGHT AT. VIRGINIA PARK are left to guess what other means South of Warsaw, Is UnofBring Severance of RelaSettled In Favor of will be adobted. The statement was ficial Report. forwarded to all factions yesterday. Evening Program. tions, Is Prediction. Teutons. If the weather clerk will smile on Hopkinsville the visitors who ' :8:00 p. m, At Virginia Park c Do no fail to read the advertise London, Juno 2. In the face of will constitute the guests for ''Morby Third Regiment band. Chas. Washington, June 2. President The annual debate between the merit in this issue calling a meeting of Monday's Russian claims that the gan Day" will have the time of their M. Meacham, presiding. Intro- Delphic and Ciceronian societies of Wilson determined Tuesday that tho farmers for June 7 to putn foot a grip on Prxemysl lives. ductory address, Hon. Geoffrey Mor- the High School was held at the United States must ascertain defistrawberry culture movement. This had been Everything is in ship shape for the gan, state agent, Lexington, 'Ky. Christian Church Tuesday night and nitely and promptly from Germany broken, and that the offen is'a matter of supremo importance sive in the great Galician struggle entertainment and from early morn- Address by Dr. G. Crabbe, presi- won by the Ciceronians, who took the whether that country intends in the J. to this county and the opportunity had passed to the Russians, come ing until late at night there will be dent Eastern State Normal 'school, affirmative side of the question: future to be guided by tho accepted by, the should be grasped both. German and Austrian official something doing every busy mo- Richmond, Ky. Hon. Bradford Resolved, That Germaay's attitude principles of international law and of the county. Mr. Fox will statement asserting farmers n ment. that the Knapp, Washington, D. C, and in the present wu3 is justifiable. the rights of neutrals. ortUo follow have something to say to those who troops have been successful It is one of those times that Electa Jjdge Henry S. Barker, Lexington, The speakers were Joel Roberts, its own rules of maritime warfaie. :attend the meeting. to tho north and southeast of the Zsigler lias written about: n Livingston Leavell and Tandy The Pres'dent listened to a varied The Mayfleld Messenger has come fortress, that the forts girdling it to "Springtime in Kentucky for the affirmative and H. K. expression of opinion at a meeting The weekly matinee races will be and the north have fallen into theirhands, Oh! there's green fields everywhere, to the conclusion that tho held this afternoon to furnish enter- Jarrett, James Skerrett and James of his cabinet, taking little part in "i" in Mayfield are silent and use while on the southeast they have An' h:!'3 with trees in blossom the discussion himself. Later ho tainment for the hundreds who do Higgins for the ncgntive. less letters, and that thenamb should wrested Stry from the Russians. An' skies overhead so fair not take the automobile trip in the The clas3 medal to the best speaker began the preparation of a note to say An' blue and clear 'and kind-likIn fact, the be spelled "Mafeld." As that hap afternoon, who are at the fair was awarded to Tandy Wadlington, be dispatched before the end of this nens to be the middle name of the tjjat the campaign is running in their That ye look up in yer glee "grounds for dinner and for the who closed the argument for the af- week, embodying his own ideas and present writer, a protest is in order, favor everywhere in the eastern An' w.sh that they'd just step down speeches. firmative side. what seemed to him tho concensus and it is zone, from Libau, in the north to An' lift yer up to sie We prefer to haye The judges were Judge J. T. of his official family. List of Delegates and Visitors. the southernmost tip of the better to be 'y s. Oh, I tell yer I must holler The verdict of a majority of the Frank Rives and A. H. Eckles. battle line. I must jump or I must sing Hon. Karl Vrooman, Asst. Sec'y. Edward Dabney presided and made cabinet was that the German reply San Marino, The little republic of . t r It is apparent that the Russians, Fer springtime in Kentucky li a brief and' appropriate speech and to the American note following tho ui rtKncutiure, wasiungton, u. u. Mf!22 square miles, surroundedjby Itali since being forced back to the San, Makes ye do just such a thing " sinking of the Lusitania was unre Hon. Bradford Knapp.Special Agt. introduced the several speakers. an territory, is liable to be drawn in. have been rushing up heavy rein Only give Us blue skies and old in charge of Farm Demonstration sponsive and unsatisfactory, disre,If it continues neutral, Austrian forcements in the hope of averting Christian will do the rest. garding the good will of the United TO NIGHT COMMENCEMENT work, Washington, D. C. aeroplanes might take refuge there ithe fall of Przemysl. But the Aus States, doubting its facts, and dis Judge Henry S. Barker, President Itinerary and Program. long enough to take on supplies and undeterred by stupen-- j claiming all blame for the destrucState University, Lexington. evade capture. The full program of the day is ae And Large Class Will Receive tion ot the merchantman with Amerdous losses, have as yet shown little Dr. Fred Mutchler, Director of disposition to accept a purdly defen follows: ican lives. The question of fact The refusal of Chairman Van Sant Certificates of Graduation. 7:00 a, m. All automobiles as Extension Work, Lexington. sive role, and trie uruisn critics raised by Germany were regarded! Prof. Geo. Roberts, Head Agronto call the Democratic Executive seem to have been a bit premature semble as near hotel as possible. .as irrelevant at this time. The Committee tocether, bids fair to beat in saying that t.Gernjan thrust 7:30 a. m. Party leaves Hotel omy Department, Lexington. Class Day Exercises were held by trend of opinion was C, W. Matthews, Head Horthat the United Prof. every man his crowd is far. Some had definitely failed . itinerary as follows: for forenoon the High School ye6terday, at the States must learn soon whether times the people know what they .No British official communication Out Nashville pike to Bradshaw ticultural Department, Lexington. Tabernacle and the following pro Germany intends to recognize the Prof. E. U. Goods, Head Animal 'want and when they want it. was issued today. The French con road, thence to the Wheatland' gram was carried out: hitherto accepted principle that Grange Hall, thence across to To Husbandry Department, Lexington. Piano Solo fine themselves, generally speaking, Miis Leonora Wall neutrals may travel anywhere t has on The Dixie T. H. Carmody, Extension Ptrof. to recounting their suiocssat Ablian bacco road, through J. H. Williams' President's Address. .Cooper Weaks the high seas on unarmed about subsided. We iknew when it merchant - Horticulturist, Lexington, farm, taking a view of Imperial ImClass History ... . Miss Gladys Taylor ships, even St. Nnzaire. if carrying contraband, didn't come by Hopkinsville that it The German omciai statement ig perator, the greatest living Duroc Dr. Robt. Graham, Head Veteri Advice to Undergraduates and that merchantmen which did not nary Department, Lexington. wouldn't amount to much. Mis-nores tins, and tells or roiaor gams boar; thence to Pembroke, arriving Viva Locker resist capture mus"t be visited and Dr. H. K. Wright, Asst. in Veterelsewhere. It adds that the French at 8:30, where Chas. E. Barker will inary Mr. Edward Dahney Grumbler News intimates The Elizabeth-towsearched and the passengers and Department, Lexington. redeliver a welcome Miss Leonora Wa'l crew Giftorian thattthe only thhsg lacking to cause effort to break through the German sponse by Geoffreyaddress witn transferred to a place of safety Hon. J. W. Newman, Conimission-o- r Morgan, short Piano Duet. . . .Misses Mary Rice and before big run of June weddings there is lines has failed. a the vessel is destroyed. Agriculture, Frankfort. addresses by Hon. Geo. Roberts, of Mis3 Lucil? Cowherd. A German Claim. a. stock of grooms. An unfavorable answer to this Dr. F. W. Musselman, State VetHenry S. BarLexington, and Judge There are 25 graduates who will inquiry would lead, it was predicted herlin, June z. According: to an ker; leave Pembroke at 9:S0; thence erinarian, Frankfort. vThe American who invented the receive diplomas at the in official quarters, to a severance Dr. J. C. Crabbe, Pres. Eastorn Commencement of "that he was anoffici.i report from Piotrkow tp J. J. Garrott's farm; thence thru submarine little realized exercise?. diplomatic relations on the ground, changing'the naval warfare of the Russian Poland, the Russisiia have Garrott and Pendleton farms, cross- Normal School, Richmond. that the United States could not Prof. J. H. Pullen, Head Agriculevacuated Random, in Poland, to the ing Bradshaw road, by F. B. Lacy's world. Formerly Lived Here. continue intercourse with a governtural Department Eastern Normal south of Warsaw. and Richard LsavelPs to Bolivar, on Louis Fuqua, a son of the late Dr. ment which repudiates these princiAs bomb extinguishers, the water Clarksville pike, down piketoClardy School, Richmond. Zeppelin Raid. F. F. Gilmore, Editor, "Kentucky Wm. M. Fuqua, who as a boy lived ples. Steps then would be taken to streets of Venice may coma in pretty London. Juue 2. N'nely fcombs hitrhwnv. snnfJi of Onk firnrr?; thence in Hopkinsville, died at PJttsburg inform Americans of the dangers to by Ciardy highway to Bell's .station, j Farming," Louisville, ihandy. Sunday, aged, 34 years. He leaves a which they were exposed were dropped its .he m'A on London James Speed, Editor, 'Farm and as a result rnturnintr lietwcon the farms of Jno. Ken- Monday nfcht bv Zeppelins. wife to whom he was married last of this action, and such Welco'meTd the best town in measures W. Garnett and Howard Bramo to Family," Louisville. fall. J. R. Embry, of this city, Is adopted to safeguard the lives and tucky. Four persons we e killed and i Mr. Lawson, Shelbyville. Miller's road: thence by Clarksville few were injured. F. E. Merriman, C. Agt., Louisville, his cousin. Mr. Fuqua was connect- interests of citizens of the United Pike to city and Pennyroyal fair Greater Hopkinsville wants you. No public bu'ldings was dar.iss.'ed grounds. George G. Burge, Jeffersontown ed with the U. S. Steel Corporation States. Should Germany accept the ' principle in a way that would constiArriving at Pennyroyal fair Clarence F. Bryan Wood Crady, Federal Chemical Co, Joe W. Gibson, and 3 more farm- tute a guarantee for the future, grounds at 12 noon sharp, barbecue government would reiterers, Somerset dinner served for all from 12 to 1 Louisville. J. Lewis Letterle, Harrod's Creek. T. J. Taylor, Co. Agt., LaGrange. ate its demands for a "strict acMusic furnished by Third Regiment A. A. Gailbreath, South Park. C. G. Tachau, LaGrange, R. R. 1. countability" for violations of this band. W. E. Mortimore, Louisville. Jas. Schrodt, Lagrange, R. R. 2. principle and the killing of AmeriPresident Cooper's Appoint Afternoon. List Drawn From Which Jurors cans in the Lusitania. O. E. Pfouts, Anchorage. S. D. Clore, Crestwood. Geoffrey Morgan in charge. ments Confirmed By II. B. E, S. Kegley, Co. Agent, and 4 J. W. Russell, Fisherville. For Will Be Selected 1:00 p. m. Address of welcome II. H. Simcoe, St. Matthews. farmers, Louisa. M. A. Directory. responded to by Dr. J. G. Crabbe, June Term. James Short, Louisville. W. H. Clayton, County Agent, president of Eastern State Normal " L. E. Stockrad, Flemingsburg. President R. E. Cooper has de school at Richmond, Ky. Richard T. Broeck, St. Matthews. - Following is a list drawn from tho Geo. Maddox, Flemingsburg. signated a nominating committee of Address by Hon. J. W. Newman, W. II. Newman, Louisville. J. II. Ewan, Flemingsburg. jury wheel to compose the petit ju Commission of Agriculture, Frank Late Lafayette Bowles Leaves Elgin Peck Flemingsburg, J. 6. Senior, ries for the June term oiurcuic five to nominate candidates for the various oflices.of the H. B. M, A.t fort, Ky. Amos Wilhoyte, Goshen. Clarence Parker, Ewing. T.J.Moore, R.J. Hopson, Court: All His Property to His Address by Bradford Knapp, spec- - G. C. Rii hardson, Co. Agt., Cat II. E. McSwain, County Agent, E. II. Armstrong, W. C. Perkins, B. who are to be voted for the first of K. Hoos-e- July. The board of directors met al agent in charge of farm demon lettsburg. Hindman. S. Lackey, E. E. Sieger, J. Wife. for U. S. Government, Ben Williamson, Catlettsburg. A. M. Casey, Co, Agt , Maysville. Joe P. Sizemore, Dudley Stamps, Mocday afternoon nnd confirmed stration work Washington, D. C. J, M. Ross, Cannonsburg. Charles Wallingford, Esq. Dover. A. E. Word," W. R. Dudley, Dick the nominations. Thecommittoe is Address by Hon. Karl Vrooman, as follows: The will of tho lato Lafayette Ful-W. S. McGlothlin, Ashland. B. F. Boyd, Jr., Augusta, R. 1. Shepherd, J. fi. Cooper, R. A. Bowles wa3 admitted to probate yesGeo. W. Crenshaw, J. D. McGow-n- assistant secretary of agriculture, G. W. Calvin. W. E. Pyles, Maysville, R. 2. Arnold, James II. Gate, Jr. B. M. L. Elb, Sam Frankel and Washington, D. C. Samuel Morgan, Co. Agt.,London. Dr. W. E. Hord, Maysvillo, R. 3. terday. The instrument bears date W. A. Payne, J. L. Daniel, W. II. 3:00 p. m. sharp. Visitors leave Rives. J. M. Feltner, W. R. Reynolds, Co. Agt., Tyner. of February 22, 1S88, and was ac Butler, John W. Garnett, J. M. Har- Frank knowledged before J. R. Penick nnd " Sam C. Barrett, A. J. Hamilton. Tyner. yesterday mcde up fair grounds for afternoon itinerary, W.G. Haile, John Tho committee ris, W. R. Cherry, as follows: S. N. Lowry. He bequeathed all " Theo. S. Mory, L. D. Sandlin, Oneida. W. S. Harned, James fo lowing list of nominations. Sholar, the of his property to his wife, Laura C. Out Cox Mill road to Church Hill, David Campbell, J. T. Mainans, Posey. P esidentW. R. Wheeler, J. 0. J. T. Proctor, W. J. BrashBswles,. and she is named aa execuwhere party will halt for short adE. H. Faulkner, Co. Agt., WIN Luther Hatton, Manchester. er, C. L. Lifchfield, Geo. D. Dalton, Cook. trix without bond. C. Forbes, A. W. dress by President Henry S. Barker, iamsburg. 1st V. P.-- M. R. F. Spence, Co. Agt., Borea. G. L. Campbell, C. Stevenson, E. of State University, Dr. Fred Mutch- II. H. Tye. Williamsburg, J. W. Herndon, Charlie Jackson, Ed. Powerd, J. L. Wood. 2nd V. P. C. M. Meacham, T". C. er and others; thence to farm of E. A New Embarrassment. " Dr. A, Gatliff. J. K. Baker, P'Pool and M. S. Hopson. Underwood. D. Jones, thence through farms of M. J. Hoffman, " W. L. Flannery, JURORS. GRAND Col. Ike Hart is tho most Intense TreasurerBailey Russell, J. A. E. D. Jones, R. II. McGaughey, and E. L. Stephens, " E. T. Fish, Ross Hensley, Wallace Bennett, Browning, J., Germpn sympathizer in Hopkinsville. A. M. Henry to Newstead Pike: William Siler, Dishman. S. P. Caudill, Conway. II. D. McCord, C. A. Warren, E. M. Military experts are already specuII. Bell, J. D. Directors-- J. thence to Dr. J. D. Clardy's farm; William Tye, Co. Act., and one Turner Kelly, Station Gap. Flack. J.S.QuarIes, V. T. DoughR. E. Cooper, M. L. Elb, J. across to Canton pike, down farmer, Barbourvllle. R. D. Brockway. Countv Acrenr. lating on what kind of a soldier tho erty, J. C. East, J.F.Taylor, J, J. M.Forbes. H. M. Frankel, V. L. thence colonel will make if war ia declared Stevenson, E. E. Lacy, J. J. John- Gates. D. W. Kitchen, G. E. Lackey, to Julian through G. H. Stowe's J. C, Gentry, Co. Agt. Harrods- - Burlington. Riley, Edgar CJ. Burlington, son, Hall Minor, J, W. Alexander, T. J. McRevnolds, Ira D. Smith, Ira farm; thence back to W. R. Brum bury. .nd tho Kentucky troops nnd staff Dr. J. C. Cleek, Walton. C. E. J. T. Layne, J. W. Jenkins, D. D. L.Smith, R. Clark. Woodruff, Frank field's, where a strawberry feast will Jno.Burgin, Esq.,' Burgin. Jas. A. Huey, Union. officers have to go to the trenches.-IL. II. Davis, G bo served on the lawn; thence Rives, C. Exra Avlor, Hamilton, back Jno. Dunn, Harrodsburg. Cayce, C. M. Kea'tts, Tom Cushman, E. Gary. E. C. Radford. II.A.Keach, (he meantime, tho rnlnnal hoc. Mr. Milton Smith. Yic Pres. r, V C. 0. Wright, Jesse Brandon, C. B. Ed L Weathers. J. J. Metcalfe, J. to Hopkinsville, making a short tour James Baxter, N. R. R. Louisville. iriends on all aides who will nrohn. Wc(Qd, George Grace, J. W. Gore Bonta, " M. Neblett, V. M. Williamson, F. K of the city. Mr. J. L. Godfrey. Imhistrinl , bly bo able to keen him from h;n Supper at Hotel Latham. YHt. W. C. Wilson, Co. Agt., Somerset. Agent, L. &N. R. R. Louisville. UWIJS shot aa a Bpy. to-da- y, selves' compose the situation, some other means will be found by the Premature. List of Visitors Expected mu-pj- Austro-Germa- n wide-awak- e Aus'tro-Germa- Wad-lingto- V . Austro-Gemian- s e Han-ber- y, ' Gali-dan- s' 1 1? A 11 I v Hichway-excitemen- FOR JURY NOMINATION SERVICE COMMITTEE WILL IS PROBATED r, S. n, y, Mc-Gow- n Jftopkinsville Kentuckitn'. PuWIehcd Every Other Day. 4ir hv,. vj - i 00qoooooooooooooooooocj3 PATENTS AND POLLY Nearly Smothered. of i i- - i I e Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday o 8 Morvings, BY X By MOLLY M'MASTER. 8 CHAS. M. M EACH AM ooooooooooocoooooooocxoooo Hopkinsville Post- - (Copyright, 1915, by the McClure Newspa Entered at the per Syndicate.) office as Second C ass Mall Matter. RATES: SUBSCRIPTION ONE YEAR SIX MONTHS THREE MONTHS SINGLE COPIES Crawford was fla'tly discouraged. As ho mounted the steps leading to his boarding house ho realized that he had ers, but that caused Larrlmore no dls Of course Laura would not lost the small model of his patent. tress. However, since tho thing was not $2.00 have come to the prison gates. She 1.00 worth financing and putting on the had pride, and, though ho had been 50 market, Crawford didn't caro what unjustly condemned, Laura was not 6c happened to it. lie had banked rather going to publish her shame before the eyes of the newspaper men. Advertising Rates on Applications heavily on tho outcome of his visit to tho financier, but his dreams of sudlarrimoro baa done no wrong. 212 SOUTH MAIN STREET. den and vast wealth brought about by True, ho had beggared a few score of women and trusting men who had put a startling demand for his patent egg their all In his wildcat scheme, but boiler had vanished into the past, even Locals as his model Itself had lost itself in then everybody did things like that THURSDAY, JUNE 3 every day in tho course of business, tho subway. See J. H. Dagg for contracting Tho flvo years in tho penitentiary that returning And Polly Woodward, from a hard day In tho office of her building and general repair work of he had served had been a gross injusZeppelins shelled the outskirts of employer, picked up tho small pack' all kinds, Phone 476. tice. Larrlmore felt no degradation. Ho meant to repeat his trick, but London Monday night, but no sari' age that had been left In tho seat into Advertisement. which her tired body sank. more craftily, in order to secure the ens damage ws done. She was far too weary to ponder on funds to start things going again. tho exact nature of the thing she had Still, ho was ho sat in Good morning! Have you tho train, a lot thinking, aswhich dis King Victor Emmanuel, of Italy, is found, but knew it to be something of things tressed him; and yet ho could not not only at the front with his army for kitchen use. It might bo a baby seen Tne Courier ? shake them but in a recent fight actually operat feeder or even a grill of sorao kind Evansville's best mver. gone to the out of his mind. Ho had metropolis twenty years (Advertisement gun himsplf and fought with For the present sho closed her eyes ed a they were strangely luminous and before, a gawky farmer boy, to mako the common soldiers in a hard rain robbed tho gentleman opposite of the his fortune. Ho had become wealthy pleasure of watching them. He, also short spaco time, FREE Set of Aluminum In an incredibly was quick toof adapt The monument to the victims of a tired toller of Wall street, had been lor t.arnraore to tho the Maine explosion 17 years ago resting his own eyes unobservedly on Ware given you with every himselfyears dubious ways of finance. weary little worker, ten ho was married and had was unveiled at Arlington, Monday tho beauty of thowas moro McDougall Cabinet, value $5. In houso on tho avenue. a than over have remembered the John Galsworthso many women wcro Now that we regrotful that Something for nothing, sure He had married tho daughter of his Maine, what are we to do about the forced to entor the field of labor. employer. Ho had not loved Laura exactly,, but she had thought he had. Whon Polly Woodward had finished enough this time. lusitania? her evening meal she sat down with THE WALLER & TRICE CO., After his marriage ho seldom, went patent and studied it minutely. home. He made his old mother an von Bernstorff has made the Ciunt Incorporated. adequate allowance, but ho had not "An egg boiler," she mused. "I. wonjiublic a series of charges against der if it's any good or just like the seen her for threo years before ho the Russian soldiers who invaded thousands of other egg boilers." Curiwas sentenced, with his connections Sack Your Hams. he could not afford to have It known East Prussia alleging atrocities osity got the better of her and 6ho New Bupply of sacks just received that his mother was an illiterate old of the most fiendish character tripped lightly into her kitchen' to exwoman. periment with Jim Crawford's patent at this efficp, Laura had never seen her; against the inhabitants, eggs. Larrlmore had been ashamed to let and one of her Gape Extractors. Using great care so that no harm her know. The battle on the San, in the vi- would come to the model, Polly put in Still had Call at Kentuckian office for ex which, there man been trying episodes, of tho world, he as a cinity of Przemysl, is developing in her egg. tractors for removing chicken gapes. difficult to explain to his wife. The Indicator on tho egg boiler favor of the Russians, according to 10 cents each. snapped For instance, old Mrs. Larrlmore's official announcement. Furthermore, only to and Polly removed tho egg, find It half boiled. She sighed letters. The old woman had been the Russians between May 12 and disappointingly. The patent had growing lonely. Sho wanted to come Baned Rock Eggs. May 24 have captured nearly 19,000 seemed so promising, yet it failed be to town and live with her son. Of cause of the indicator. A few settingslfof high class course that was impossible, and ho prisoners. "Surely it could be quite easily ad- - Barred Plymouth Rock eggs for sale had told his mother so frankly. But one of Laura Justed," she pondered while she ' and at $1.50 for 15. Standard Poultry letters, had seenLarrimorotho had been The Italian invasion of Trent is clgned the model and dried it T Co. Phones 94 orf449. "" K proceeding steadily, and reports ashamed. "You see, sho never could learn to When a week had passed and no ono from the frontier say that the group spell very well," ho explained to his had advertised for tho model Polly For Sale commanding of fortifications the wife. "We are of good family, but passes leading to the vast intrenched became impatient. She had perfected Four H. P. Gasoline tank cooled mother was always tho dunce at the boiler until it worked like a charm, camp, which haB its center at Trent, and it irritated her to realize that the International engine, in good condi school." have been occupied by Italian troops. inventor was so lacking in interest as tion, at a very low price. May be The look in his wife's eyes when ho npologlzed for his mother had vagueto put forward no claim for his patent. Been at PLANTERS HDW. CO. , who finally adly annoyed Larrlmore. It was Polly IncoporoUd. Although recent reports fromCon- - vertised for the herself who had left a person After his conviction Laura had come Advertisement. Btantinople have favored the Turkish small package on the subway containto see him regularly each three troops in the operations on the Galli ing onlnventionT months. Three months before his sentence expired she had told him that Crawford, from whom the shades of LC. poli Peninsula, the British War Of she thought It would be no use their fice announces that in a furious en- gloom were gradually lifting, hapAny one wanting to buy or sell a living together. Tho house had been pened to see the advertisement and gagement of recent date the Turkish went forthwith in search of his lost farm, house and lot or real estate of .sold, and sho was living then In a casualties numbered 2,000, while the property. boarding-house- . Larrlmore had not any kind, call on Radford & Johnson. Allies lost only 300, answered her, because he meant to ''You can make stacks of money out go to her as soon as he came "out of of that," sho told him when sho had Office over Anderson & Fowler's. prison and explain that he would bo drawn him Into tho cozy sitting room. Advertisement. Germany has published an order "It only required a simple hit of regua rich man again within a year, and calling to the colors all first-clas- s that he could provide her with every lating. You won't mind my showing A Doctor's Prescription for luxury. That would alter his wife's members of the landsturm, or the you, will you?" Crawford listened attentively to her Cough An Effective Cough decision, he knew. final reserve force?, not previously curiously Intelligent explanation of his Nevertheless, when he got out of This order does not ap- error. summoned. Treatment. tho train ho was dissatisfied with himply to Bavaria. Germans in Ger"By Jove! My head is solid Ivory to one teaspoonf ul of self. Something of conscience had .begun to prick the thick skin of the many must report between June 8 not to lutVe soon that," ho said with a Dr. King's New Discovery; taken as man. When ho called at the boarding-hous- e and June 10. Germans outside of splendid dash of color in his cheeks needed, will soothe and check Coughs, ho discovered, to his dismay, and sparkle to his eyes. Germany as soon as possible. "There is a Mr. John Galsworth In Colds and tho more dangerous Bron- that his wlfo had gone away. A letter our office building," Polly began hesi- chial and Lung Ailments. You can't was banded to him, and tho door Larrimoro did not The Marion which was tatingly, "I feol sure ho would be in- afford to take the risk of serious ill closed on him. door; he went tho closing until recently a presidential office, terested are taking cheap and simple rem- mindthe park and of tho the letter. "You into read far too much ness, when so has so dropped off in receipts that trouble," Interrupted Crawford. "If you edy as Dr. King's New Discovery is "I nm leaving you for over, Henry," it will on the 1st of July of this year will agree to tako halt tho profits I obtainable. Go to your Druggist to- his wlfo had written, "because I candrop back to a third class office, and will be glad to got tho thing off my day, get a bottle of Dr. King's New not livo with you again. For years I the postmaster will from that time mind. The thing was useless without Discovery, start the treatment at have borne your callousness, but my your improvement." eyes have been opened. You are tho on have to furnish his own clerks. It J Whon he was gone Polly skipped out once. You will be gratified for the most selfish, worthless man that ever is believed that in consequence eeV' to the telophono in the corner chem- relief and cure obtained Advertise- lived. I am going to the last placo eral of the employes will lose their ists and made an appointment' with ment. on earth where you will think of lookJohn Galsworth. places. ing for me." Tho big financier received her tho Tho letter was signed simply Individuality. following day in his luxurious office. "Laura." Wo hear much about tho developPresident Wilson will speak vigor- His philanthropy was well known. None of us is so bad but sooner or ment or individuality for a ously and if necessary act decisively Polly approached him with no fear experience. That is fatal doc- later the day comes when we see and put her model before him. in the mirror of our spuls. Lartrine It takes right conditions to deIn the international crisis which has Galsworth remom'bered having rest- velop a right individuality. said afterward that it was tho As & rule, rlmore arisen. The tenseness of the situa- ed tired eyes on her beauty ono eve- man is tho creaturo of circumstances. reading of this letter which shook ning In palace of his colossal tion caused by the receipt of un together the subway. Her magnetism, It ho comes out of a swamp ho will down tho Ho with tho undoubted valuo of bo covered with mud. Tho sat for hours In tho o entiro yielding reply from Germany to the the egg boiler vlilch sho demonstrated Is developed by tho parablo of park, dazed with tho hideous self demands of the United States for to him, quite worked tho charm. tho sower. It depends altogether upWhen Polly returned to her office, And, ltko tho prodigal in tho parareparation for loss of American lives after a most happy lunch hour spent on wheie the seed falls whether it blo, except that the more loving parshall bear fruit or not ColumbuB ent remained alive tohlm, Larrimoro and guarantee3 for Americans on with Crawford, sho rejoiced for the (Ohio.) Journal. second time that sho had worn her said: impelled the new blouse. John Galsworth S38S in the future has had tele"I will arlso and go unto my mother." President to the end the quibbling of phoned her. Ho wanted her to bavo net tired Tho following morning ho took tho the Berlin Government and without dinner with him if she was was much of talking business. There train out to tho llttlo village whero delay reiterate the demands? to be discussed about the egg boiler. his mother lived. And as he dismountAnd if at dinner thoro were red ed upon the platform a great terror roses on tho table for-- Polly, and roses camo over him that his pilgrimage " How ShopkeepeRs Wash Windows. was vain, and his mother dead. in Polly's cheeks for Galsworth and Housekeepers ought to know how only a short talk on lhe subject of Ho hurried up tho shopkeepers have their windows egg boilers, no ono minded overmuch. Single Edge Dozen street. Ho reached the little cottage. washed. The latter would laugh at Tho evening passed with wondarful Tho place was occupied. Ho knocked. the soap and water used by tho for- promise of happiness In its trail, for Double An old woman with whlto hair camo mer and call them 'waste of energy Polly and Galsworth had found ono to tho door and peered at him with end time. Their method Is this: Mix another. her dimming eyes. And Larrimoro one port of alcohol with threo times WE CAN PLEASE YOU. gasped out his repentance and fell Crawford went up that evening to Its bulk of water and stir In enough tho home of tho sweetheart I who had upon tho floor before her. .whltlng to thicken It to the consistency been waiting Impatiently to "Mother, I am going to take care of BRING THEM TO hear tho of tbln cream. Apply this to the glass news of the egg boiler. Dut all Crawyou," ho said at length, rising. "We with waste or a cotton cloth. Leavo ford did was to take her into his two will Hvo hero together, and" Jt to dry, which It will do In fifteen arms. The door opened softly, and Larritwenty mlnutos. Then rub it oft 'or moro, looking up, saw Laura standing "Can you bo ready for that trip Ju with a clean cloth. The window Is T." beforo him. One glanco at him, ono not only cleaned, but polished, tho about four weeks he asked her. incredulous look, and tho two children woodwork la In no way Injured and J vers kneollng in each other's arms at An ordinary bathtub can be made to much timo and labor haro been servo for a vapor bath by the use of wblte-uatrewoman s ieeu a Baved. Ithe w 9th and Main Sts. sometimes in the game of life ; cove, recently Invented for the pur hearts aro trumps after alL pose. smothering spells everyday, bs bad I expected death at any time. I could not sit up in bed, I suffered from womanly troubles. My nerves were unstrung. I had almost given up hope of ever being better. 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' The Secret of a Good Figure often lies In the brassiere. HuwlreUi of thousands of women wear tho llien-Joll- e Uruuiero for tho reason that they rvtfant it ns neceuary at a corset It supports tho buit and Kick and bItc tho figure the youthful outllue which tashlon, decrees. SAVE YOUR Razor Blades " 25c 35c " mTut serviceable garments Imaginable. Only tho best of materials are used for Instance, "U'ulolin", o flexible bon-In- e of irreat durability absolutely rustless pcrmittlne laundering without removal. They come In all styles, and your local Dry Goods dealer will show them to ou onrtj-ques- t. If he does riot carry them, he can easily get them fur you by writing to us. Send for an illustrated booklet showlne styles that ore In high furor. are the daintiest. ( BENJAMIN'afjOHNES - 40 Warren Street Stile JW Newark, N. J. COOK'S DRUG STORE a IT WILL PAY YOU TO ADVERTISE. 1 Hi il $ For Your Use CHEER UP That Tired Grouchy Feeling Means a Lazy Liver. will clear you out, and "make you feel fine and dandy again. It is just as effective as calomel, but has none of its well known Hopkinsville Market I OUR Quotations. Corrected April 24, 1915. Retail Grocery Prices. Country lard, trood color and clean 15c per pound. Country bacon, lCc per pound. Black-eypeas, $3.50 per buBhel Country shoulders, 12Jc pound. County hams 20c per pound. Irish potatoes, $1.00 per bushel. Northern eatimr Rural Dotatoei $1.00 per bushel Texas eatinor onions. $1.75 Der bushel, new stock Dried Navy beana. $4.00 Dor UiC This Mogul Oil Engine tory machines that arc built, for the use of' Great MoneySaving Combination Bargain I All Standard Publications of the Highe3t Merit Which Will Be Appreciated By Every Member of Your Family, o F all the satisfac one of farmers and contractors, this I HC Mogul oil engine the best. 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DO YOUR OWN SHOPPING Onyx" mk Hosiery 3 Gives tie BEST VALUE for Your Monsf Eoerg Kind front Cotton to Silk, For Men, Women and Children Any Color and Style From 25c to $5.00 ' Loot for tie TraieMukt SoU by All Cood pair; DcaW disagreeable after effects. eliminates poisons, cleanses the system, and relieves constipation in a thorough but pleasant manner. A little taken regularly, means consistent health and no doctor bills. Guarantee. Every bottle bearing the likeness of L. K. Grigsby, is guaranteed to give satisfaction or your money will be returned. For sale here in 60c and $1 size bottles at bushel Cabbage, new, 5 cents a pound. L. L. Elgin's and Anderson-Fowle- r Dried Lima beans, 60c per gallon Drug Co., Incorporated, Country dried apples. 10c ner HdTertlieznent. pound, 3 for 25c Daisy cream cheese. 25c oer FOOTBALL WINS OVER CUPID pound Full cream brick cheese.' 25c Der British Soldiers Turn From Writing to Devote Their nound Time to Favorite Game. Full cream Limberger cheese. 25c per pound Football as a cure for Popcorn.dried on ear,2c per pound. may appear to bo a somewhat novel Fresh Eggs 20c per doz remedy, but it has proved partieu-larl- y Choice lota fresh, efficacious at the front, accord:ountry butter, in pound prints, 302 ing to Lieutenant Crosby Smallpiccf Fruits. of the Army Service corps : Lemons. 25? per dozen "For some time," he says, in an Navel Oranges 20c to 40c per dot. amusing letter written at the front, Bananas, 15c and 25c doz "the section of which I am in comCash Price Paid For Produce. mand was sent to rest at a base, and it was part of my duties to censor Roots, Hides, Wool and Tallow. all tho letters the men wrote home. Prices paid by wholesale dealers to They had nothing else to do but butchers and farmers: write letters, and the censoring beRoots Southern ginseng, $5.75 lb came a very serious business for me, "Golden Seal" yellow root, $1.35 11 as I frequently had at night care- Mayapple, 34; pink root, 12c and 13( Tallow No. I, 4i; No. 2, 4e. fully to wade through 150 Wool Burry, 10c to I7c; Clear Grease. 21c. medium, tub washed se"Ultimately, however, the men 23c to 30c; coarse, dingy, tub washed cured a football. The result was 18c. quite magical. The men took to it Feathers Prime white goose, 50c so keenly that they played football dark and mixed old goose, I5c to 30c all day, and had very little time left gray mixed, I5c to 30c. white duck After 22c to 35c, new. in which to write the introduction of the football I Hides and Skins These quotations are for Kentucky hides. Southern never had more than five to censor at night." London Tib green hides 8c. 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This offer is open to all, both old and new subscribers. If you are at present a subscriber to any of the above send us your order and your subscription will be extended from the date it expires. Please remember our agreement with these publishers is limited and we reserve the right to withdraw this offer without further notice. Therefore, OUR MOTTO IS, take advantage now while the opportunity is afforded you. We can conscientiously recommend this offer to all our readers and feel satisfied you will be more than delighted with the investment. It is impossible to send simple copies, but we advise, however, that they may be seen on display ot our office. KE.V-tuckia- n. y-- LESS CRUDE RUBBER THIS YEAR. Dressed geese, 11c per pound for Call or mail all orders to HOPKINSVILLE KENTUCKIAN, Hopkinsville, Kentucky. WHOLESALE jT?7v T7Jo NEW YORK Careful estimate of the quantity Fresh country eggs, 15 cents per of sap collected so far from the rub dozen wmm in Fresh country butter 25c lb. ber trees m South America, Africa and the East Indian plantations shows that there will bo loss crude rubber in 1915 than there was in 1914. The shortage may prove very serious at the beginning of next year, as tho indications point to still smaller quantities in 191G. The crude rubber crop of 1911 amounted to 71,977 tons of plantation; 37,000 tons of Brazil and 12,000 tons of miscellaneous caoutchouc a total of 120,977 tons, representing an increase of 11.5 por cent over the 1913 crop, Tho figures for 1915 are given as (approximately) : 85,000 plantation, 30,000 Brazil and 5,000 miscellaneous rubber, a total of 120,000 tons, or a decrease of almost 1 per cent. Scientific American. HIS TRADE. A good demand exists for spring thickens, and choice lots of freeb country butter? Hay and Grain. No. I timothy hay, $24 00 No. I clover hay. $20 00 Clean, bright straw hay, 15c bale Alfalfa hay, $20 00! White seed oato, 51c Black seed oats. 53c Mixed seed oats, 60c No. 2 white corn, 90c Winter wheat bran. J2S.00. u i1 urn mn Do Not Ask Us About Banking ities SUPREME COW FEED Ask your neighbor or any Dairyman near Hopkinsville, they now. -- , With ample working capital, exceptional collection ar rangements, and a thoroughly organized office system this bank has the ability and disposition to extend.to its Customers every facility warranted by safe, conservation banking. know. Neuralgia Pains Stopped. You don't need to suffer those be- onizing ner?e pains in the face, head, arm, shoulders, chest and back, Just apply a few drops of soothing Sloan's Liniment; lie quietly a few minutes. You will get such relief and com fort! Life and the world will look 3 brighter. Get a bottle ounces for 25c, at all Druggists, Penetrates without rubbing. to-da- THREE PERCENT. 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Women who have been cured say it la "worth its weight In gold." At FOR FLETCHER'S druggists,. 60c. large box, or by nail. Tk Puto TaUvt BatM, IUm. FIRST NATIONAL BANK --HOPKINSVILLE KENTUCKY. UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY, And Member of The Federal Reserve System. Children Ory CA3TORI 1 PFR C. 75,000.00 30,000.00 Prompt.lCourteous andlEfflclent Service. PM HTFI1RT PIN IN savings account , Capital Surplus W TIME DEfOSlTS. B0PKIN8VILLE KKNTUCKIAN JUNE S i I HAVE THE EXPERIENCE, THE TAILORS AND THE GOODS, YOU WANT STYLE, FIT AND BEE LINE DIXIE ROUTE Evansville Starts Movement To Follow MARRIED A MONTH Dr. Andrew Sargent Springs SERVICE, PLUS ECONOMY. a Surprise On His - TRY ME. THIS TIME Leave Your Measure To-da- y the Natural Course. Friends. and I'll Please You. Suits $15.00 to $50.00. Shirts to Order $2.00 to $10.00 Let Us Clean and Press Your Clothes. WE KNOW HOW TO DO IT. A STRAWBERRY ASSOCIATION FOR CHRISTIAN COUNTY A suggestion to our land owners: Hopkinsvi.le and Christian county have come prominently into the limelight within the last two years as the most progressive ommunity in the Stite. When they go aftet anything they get it, and they are much eiven to go after things. This is partly because we are naturally a nrocressive Deople and partly be spirit cause of the close the people of thecoun that actuates ty and the town in whatever they BELIEVES GERMAN WIRELESS DEVICE BLEW UP STEAMER London. June 1. The suggestion has been made in the.Evening Stand ard by Fred T. Jane, the naval au- thor, that the steamer Princess Irene was blown up by a German wife ess device. The Princess Irene, an auxiliary in the British cavy, was blown up last week in Sheerness harbor, with a loss of o rer 300 lives. "The sudden and complete destruction of the Princess Irene in the Mr. Jane writes, "at no great Med-way," undertake. As witness the Good Roads move ment with the large re.eultant number of King Drags in use. The Fox Bros., big creamery and the biggest County Fair in the State and the second largest of all. These are a few of our very recent achievements. In view of all which, it is a matter of astonishment that v,e have not yet organized a Strawberry Growers' Association. Everything is for one and nothing against it. We grow finer strawberries here than any where else in the world. At a luncheon I attended the other day, they served the strawberries with the cans on in large dinner plates, full plates too, and there was not a berry on that table IC33 than distance from where the battleship Bulwark also wa3 suddenly blown to atoms may be a curious coincidence. Italian experiments have provtd it possible to explode a properly attun ed charge by wireless from a short distance. If that charge be surreptitiously placed in a magavne everything in the magazine will go the same way. Une spontaneous explo eion is thinkable enough, but two in the same district demand too much from tha imagination." BRITISH LOST 213 VESSELS SINCE BEGINNING OF WAR London, June 1. An Admiralty statement, giving the number of British merchant and fishing vessels sank or captured since the beginning of the war, shows that 56 merchant ship? h?ve been sent to. the bottom by tru'cjrs of the enemy, 12 by m'nea and o2 by submarines, a total of 130. E'ghly-t'rc- a fishing1 rrrfts have been lost pnd of rh so twenty-fou- r were sunk by mines. Siuce German Eubma.iars begpn their attack on merchant Bh pjiinc Januar 27, the merchant vcrels sunk ly tuemnum-b- e e and the fishinc craft thirty one. Lio! Ing at thes lossen from the standpoint of i nnae, it is eren that since 'he war bcs?n Creat Br'tain haa lost L8.C06 tons in metchant shipping and 13.585 tons in fishing craft. fifti-nin- ence. Many of them were much larger. All raised right here. Could not have been grown that big anywhere elso in fad. Chrislian county could raise and export, without much additional out. lay, a half n.illion dollars worth of strawberriesnot to men ion rasp blackberries, berries, cultivated gooseberries and cherries, grapes and and other small fruits, and ps to peaches, the very poorest lands in Tennessee, the historical Tennessee Ridge, are now a great value owing to the settling there of a foreign colony that plant' d the clay liillsides in Elberta Peaches. All of theso crops are capable of being planted, tended and gathered Destroyed by Fire. by women and children, a class of ClarkBville.Tenn., June 2. Shortlabor now utilized but little here. we are just one ly after 2 o'clock Monday morning furthermore, night's run from St, Louis andCbica the Clark & Coleman tobacco warego and on a "bee line" to both. An house, on Spring Street was totally express car of Btrawberriea leaving destroyed by fire, entailing a loss of here on the Dixie Flyer at Seven several thousand dollars. Since the 1914-1season, the o'clock p. m. reaches Chicago atSev opening of the building had been used by Clark & en the next morning in time for late breakfast. S.me with St. Louis. Stafford as a warehouse and loose The building was Few, if uny, other towns can say as floor salesroom. ownrd by M. K. Clark and Mrs. much, btcause the fist truini do not Jame Coleman. How the fire orig- stop. tna'ed is unknown. SMrren county claims to ship Half Million Dollars worth of strawberJudge Wall Back Home. as d ries annually. This is crop amounts Judge Garrett S. Wall, chnirmnn much as our tobacco to. It makes you feel rich to think of the State Board of Charitable Int,i a new crop bringing in that much, tuitu' 'ons, who several weeks ago doesn't it? And we have three rail- went west for the benefit of his roads to Bowling Green's one. has returned to Maysville Now we can do nothing without health, good time fully restored. organization. It is a right now to organize this Strawberry Association and get ready for will help you organize. Are you Innext year's crop, or call it a Fruit terested? If bo, do not loEeSany Growers' Association and organize further time. I am ready to help all kinds df fruits and berries. any way I can, Business Men'8 Association GEO. E. GARY. 5 one-thir- four and a hh If inches in circumfer- initiated at a meeting in Mayor Bos se's office Monday night attended by representatives from Knox and Van derburg counties. The plan is to tap the Dixie High way at Danville, 111., where it shoots eastward to Indianapolis and Louis ville, and thence to Nashville, and improve a bee line route through Terre Haute, Vincennes, Evansville and Henderson on through Kentucky and Tennessee until it joins the Dixie Highway again at Nashville. Mayor Bosse was made president of the meeting. He was authorized to call a meeting to organize Van- derburg county and later to call together in Evansville representatives of all the counties traversed. Evansville, because of its location, will be made the central headquarters and the executive direction will devolve on Mayor Bosse. The proposed roadway would trav erse twelve counties in Indiana, Ken tucky and Tennessee. Permanent county organizations will be formed tin's week in Vanderburg and Knox counties and the others affected will be asked to join the counties which have taken the initiative in the for mation of an organization to be known as the Dixie Bee Line High way association. Each county will be asked to im prove the highway within its own .borders and all will be banded together, with Knox and Vanderburg taking the initiative into an organization to promote and build the high way, which would connect with the Dixie Highway at both Nashville and Danville and cut off about seventy-fiv- e miles of the route through Louisville. Dr. Andrew Sargent sprang a surprise on his friends Tuesday evening appearing at the ' Elks Homo on TO NASHVILLE by EVANSVILLE the arrival of the G.45 train with a bride. It was tho first intimation Of Course Passing - Through that he had been married since May 5th. The City ot Hopkins-vill- e. The Btory makes quite r pretty little romance. Six years ago white Dr. Sargent was travehag in Scot land he met Miss Isabella Dora The Evansville Courier of June 1, King, of New York. They were says: "The Dixie Bee Line; a short impressed with each other and there er automobile route from Chicago to was an exchange of greetings bethe South than the one laid out by tween them from time to time in the commission, was years Dixie-Highwa- BIG MARKET HOUSE MR. FARMER We want to call your attention to the fact that we have the largest and best selected stock in Western Kentucky. We want your business. Our prices are right, i . Clark's SUGAR f L1 i 4 Car' Loads of Ohio River Salt on hand in good tion and under shelter. supply. condi- that followed. Last Jan the uary Dr. Sargent sent a New Year's card to Miss King that, elicited a reply and a correspondence resulted that grew in interest until it very naturally led up to the subject of matrimony. A few months later Dr. Sargent obtained Miss King's promise to become his wife on June 16th. Last April he suddenly dis covered that urgent business called him to New York and ho spent three weks in'the east. It was wVile there that he became an impatient lover and the result of his pleadings was thot the marriage took place in the city hall, at New York on May 5th, the officiating clergyman being Rev. Madison C. Peters, of the Presbyterian church, of which the bride is a member. Mrs. Sargent is a lady- of impos ing presence, extensive travel ana varied accompjishments. She is a talented musician nnd possesses a a mind richly stored with a wide range of literary culture. Announcement cards have been sent out by Mr. Walter J. King, the bride's brother, and for the present Dr. and Mrs. Sargent will reside in the Fankel Flats. It was intended that Mrs. Sargent would come to Kentucky September 1, but that proved io be too long a time to keep the secret and so it was arranged for her to come three months earlier. Dr. Sargent met her at Princeton, taking none of his friends into his confidence until they stepped off the train. - Come and let us sell you your Car Load of Standard Granulated Sugar on hand, low price. If in need of anything in our line give us your business. Oats, Corn, Bran, Feed Stuff, Flour, Lard, Meat and Molasses. WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS. C. R. Clark & Co. INCORPORATED. Wholesale and Retail Grocers. Nuggerts of News. Shot To Kill. More than half the clothing made Henderson, Ky.. May 31. Because in this country is made in Greater his wife refussd to become reconcil New York. ed with hira Bfter having filed suit Senator Shepherd of Texas pre for divorce, Volly McGraw, aged 24, diets national prohibition will come a prominent young farmer living in Web3ter county, near Dixon, atin ten years. The latest design in toipedo nets tempted to shoot her tonight on an may be places in position in three L. & N. train which was pulling into the union station last night. Mrs. minutes. McGraw, who is 22 years old, knockMore than 100,000 pedestrians and ed the gun nside, and the bullet 20,000 vehicles pass over the LoDdoh struck her cousin. Mabel Shelton, bridge daily. aged 18, who was riding with her, in Russia has 100 provinces, and. sev- the Bhoulder. eral of the largest exceed the State oo Texa? in size. Dime Novels. Los A ge!o3 regulates jitney bus F. K. Mathews, chief librarian foAv operation hv a law drawn by the jit- the Boy Scouts of America, told. the " ney men '"mselves. American Bookseller convention at France cems to be the best for- New York, p few days vso, that the eign patron of our patent office, dime and nicklo novel is fast disappears. Publishers that used to isGreat Britain following closely. Europe is tho most densely pop- sue rhece fictions Bje co'mplsining ulated of all the continents. It has that their business Ups been hurt bv the picture shows. 121 persons to the square mile. Hospital Team. At the meeting last night facts were produced to Bhow that the Bee Line route would need the improve ment of but a few short gaps that travelers would encounter less trouble from floods over the new route than over the official routes of the Dixie Highway that the topography of the country traveled over is more level so far as Indiana is concerned than either the Cincinnati or Louisville routes of the D.xie pike and that the Bee Line is altogether the most feasable and the shortest routo Chicago and the South." Hogs and Bulls as Racing Mounts. Tho eighteenth century experimented with bulla and cows as racing mounts, instead of horses. Tho early nineteenth century saw an equally Interesting substitute for the harnessed horse. Just a century ago a small farmer of tho neighborhood drove into St. Albans on market day In a llttlo car drawn by four hogs. Having toured tho market place three or four times amid applause, ho put his animals up In a stable, did his marketing und drove off again 10 tho nccompanl-wen- t of louder cheers, which did not mako them shy. It had taken him six months to train them, and ho refused an offer of $250 down for tho vchlclo and team. Dr. Roy Robinson, manager of the strong Western Keotr.ckv Hospi'cl te 'm at Honkinsvllle, will bing his ball tossTS here ne.c Friday for a game with Stone's sluggers. The Hopkinsvil'e tcim is the onlv ore that ha been nil 3 to defeat the locals and is said (o be the strongest in this section. Manager Stone will work Hrncock in this contest and is confident that his gang will cop. Nearly 500 acres of land near Huailcr. Paris 'a devoted to raising young trees of peculiar shape for umbrella Last Meeting For Summer. handles. The June meeting of the Athe One census report shows that prehas been post- ventative medicine and sanitation naeum for poned to Friday night June 18 Rev. save 500,000 lives annually in the C M. Thompson and T.J. McRey-nold- s United StiUs. are on the program. WANTED TO BUY second hand Woman's Missionary Society. poriablo tt"ni engine, 15 to 2U Missionary Society Outlook Discouraging. Rev. Joseph Severance, of the State Tuberculosis Commission, wa3 here Tuesday taking a very pessimistic view of tho prospects for a tuberculosis sanitorium in Christian county. Contractor Killed. note change of time from Friday to Monday. Adam Oster, a contractor, was kill The Woman's horso power. Must be in good shape ed with a hatchet in an encounter of the Methodist church will meet and price light. Address Room No. with a negro tenant at the rear of Monday, June 7, at 3:00 p. m. Please 5. Glprin B'df.. Clnrksvillo, Tenn. his home in Louisville. Bloody Breathitt. Joseph Heldon was Bhot buBh at Bryan s Creek, county. The slayer is Heldon was not known to any enemies. from am- Breathitt unknown. have had Mrs. Lily Waller Chatten, a dis tinguished reader and impersonator, Neutrality Note. gets mad nt is on a visit to her friends, Mrs. L. When mother-in-lawife- and demands her passports so she M, Daniel, for several weekr. can leavo, husband is a fool If ho Sun. doesn't remain neutral. Plorida Times Union. Knockers. Sometimes it's an opportunity that knocks. Oftenor it's only a man. Mor-ganfie- ld Proposition Defeated. Murray. Kv.. June 2. AtfbsDecial election in Calloway county Satur How's This? day n proposition that $200,000 of Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars Rebonds be issued for building toads ward for any caso of Catarrh that cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh was defeated by 1.3G7 to 932. Curo. NOW IS THE TIME TO USE Charlie Woodrow Radfoid. SALT ROCK can furnish you any We Cheaper and Better. quality. It's Born to Mr. and Mra. W. til Radford, West 19th street, on June, 1st, a fine boy, Charlie Woodrow, T. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, O. Wo, tho undersigned, havo known P, J. Cheney for tho lost 15 years, and believe him perfectly lionorablo In all business transaction!! and Jlnanclnlly able to carry out any oblleatlora made by bis firm. NATIONAL DANK OP COMMERCE, Toledo, O. mu-ju- Barring th unforeseen, each retail buyer of a nevvFord enr, between August 1911 and August 1915, wi receive from $10 to $G0 as a share ot the Ford Motor Company's profits. The Ford car is everybody's utility, because it is easily adaptable to everybody's work or play. It is reliable; serves everyone and brings pleasure to all. An economy because it saves money an average cost of two cents a mile to operate and maintain. Runabout. 440; Touring Car, $190; Town Car, $090; Coupelet, 750; Sedan, $975, f. o, b, Detroit with all equipment, 1 On display and sale at IDEAL MOTOR COMPANY (Incorporated.) Get our price. ALLEN & JACKSON The OutftlM Tht EtoM Hot AffKt ffw HMd lleeauai of (( lonle and laxative rflccL LAXA. y t) all Druggists. TJ VK I1UOMO QUININK U better ttuu fcrdlusry TaJts IXail'H Vastly Fills (er coasUpaUoa. Quinine and doe not cauie nervousness nor twwd. Remember the lull lime and tineing la look for Uk HgMture ol K. W. CROt K. Uc. AdYWUtWBMt. Hall's Catarrh Curo is taken Internally, s ictlng directly upon the blood and surface of the system. Testimonials nt free. 1'rlco 73 cents per bottlo. Sold HOPKINSVI NTUCKIAN JUNE 3 FJUWERS tTTENINM MONDAY, TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY June 7th, 8th and 9tli A. .. A. MR. F.,G. FOX, of our firm, will be at the FOX BROS. CO. plant at First Street and the L. & R. R., Hopkinsville, for the purpose of meeting farm- ers who are interested in raising Strawberries. We propose to contract with Christian County Farmers for a limited acreage to be put in Strawberries next year. We propose to arrange for the production of strawberries to be equal to the famous Bowling Green, Ky., Aromas, the growers of which this year are reaping enormous profits from their crop, all of which Mr. Fox will be ready to explain to you. .,jf As we will only contract for a limited acreage, it is to your interest to call early. THE PETER FOX SONS CO. Incorporated. PRINCESS BUYS REX "E" Records By High School fc Chicago flHnMFP Rk Students For PURELY PERSONAL lHil'ea' DaaareaP'' LibbHhL. 'sV IHIHSfc-BLtai 'tk! aDBfl r alBi Transfer Took Place June land Both Theaters Will Still Run. The Crescent Amusement Co., of Nashville, owners of tho Princess Theatre, on Monday closed a trade for tho purchase from the Rex Amusement Co. of tho Rex Theatre, ucross tho street from tho Princess. M. L. Stockloy, manager of the Princess, will manage both houses hereafter. Mr. Stockley assumed control Juno 1. Chas. F. Shelton Manager of The Home Investment Apency The Real estate man with the real bargains. We buy, sell and exchange real estate anywhere. Farm, jKuit and Grazing Lands our specialties. "We are offering some splendid bargains in real classy Farm Homes, also some choice City Properties. Mr. Stockley has not outlined his policy yet, but the intense rivalry between the two houses will of course no loncer exist. The Rex used the Universal service and tbe Princess the General, or licensed Bervice. There may bo n change in,- - the ser vice of the Rex. but Mr. Stockley will maintain the highest standard for both houses. Mr. J L Shrode, manager of the Rx, has not announced his plana, but for the present haa opened an office in the Cherokee building. To Drive Out Malaria Anu UUIlil up ino system Take the Old Standard GROVE'S B Milll TnNIfV Vnu know what you are taking, as the formula is prinieu on every isoci, buuwiur u, is Quinine and Irou in a tasteless form. The Dulntne drives out malaria, the Iron builds up tbe system. SO cents iadi Mack Doing Good. 0. A. McArthur, formerly of this cicY. i pitching for Grand Rapids, Office 205 North Haln Street Central' Jeaauo, against Erie, last Sunday, won a ten Inning game, 1 to PHONE 38-1- . 0. Mack allowed only six hits and struck out nine. Ho has won three out of five games since joining the Todd Surrendered. Grand Rapids team. Cirnver Todd, of Paducah, Indicted in Hopkins county on tho chargo of Unir an accessory before too ISCC tdtha murder of Demmitt Wood ruff end Grover Hoard at Hamby Station lat Februaiy, has aurren- - (Eye, Ear,JNose and Throat.) dered to the autboritiei. DR. BEAZLEY Specialist ' j: a Regular Monthly Meeting of ijH5 Miss Marie Hille has returned Magistrates Held Here "E" records made by High School from Cordeli, Okia., where she Biudents for the tenth month, are as taught music in Cordelle College Tuesday. follows: during the past ses3ion, and will spend the summer with her mother, COMMERCIAL CLASS. Fiscal Court was in regular month Edward Breatbitc, Floise Redd, Mrs. F. C. Hille. Miss Hille is now ly session Tuesday. Margaret Morris, Grace Sal'ee, Vio- on a visit to her pister, Mrs. Percy The contract for building turnpike Richardson, in Clarksville. let Owen. on the Madisonville road was award Mrs. Somerville, who was matron ed to D. L. Cranor and Brother. SENIOR. R. F. Vaughn was given the con Lucile Cowherd, Doretta Grau, at Bethel Female College, and her daughter. Mis3 Dorothy Somerville, tract to build pike on the ButterVirginia Pursley, James Skerritt. one of the graduates, .left for Me- milk road. JUNIOR. tropolis. 111., this week. The contract for building one and Louise Breathitt, John Metcalfe. W R Smithson is attending the a half miles of pike on the Julian SOPHOMORE. Confederate Reunion in. Richmond, road was awarded to J. D. McQuary. Dorothy Ecklea, Ray Moss, Ira D. Smith, County Attorney, Va. and A. L. Elgin were appointed by FRESHMEN. Mis3 Otey Bartley is . visiting the the court to make a contract with Ann Bell, Julia Breathitt. Grace family of Mr. J. P. Meacham, at the Kentucky Military Co,, leasing Lucy Macrae, Elizabeth Hadden, Gracey. or giving permission to said military Moseley. Florence Southall, Malbel Miss Iris Brandale, of Clarksville, organization to establish a rifle Trahern, Ruth Hulse, Lela Walker, range on the land near tho poor Tots Day, Alfred Pate, Waiter Shep- is visiting friends In the city. herd. Prof. L. B. Castile haa gone to house. About $300 of general claims were Tennessee for a visit of a week to allowed. friends. Taft In Patriotic Roll. Poorhousc claims amounting to A committee of 100 prominent men Miss Ida Henderson, of Nashville, nboutSlOO were also allowed. of tho country, headed by William is v siting relatives here. H. Taft, have issued a call for a conHarry L. Means, of Louisville, R. A. Rogers Vice Presidnet. ference tp be held in Independence was here yesterday on business. Frankfort, Ky., Jun 2. The Gid Hall, Philadelphia, June 17 to conMrs. Eigor Bradshaw is spending eons held the first session of their sider the adoption of proposals for a I eague of Pence, or League ofNa. Bevcra uays ut Juiien, witn tier State convention hero Saturday night and elected the ful owing officers: tions. It is proposed, according to daughter Mrs. Ed Reynolds. President, C. H. Hamilton, Louistho text of the nail made public toville; vice presidents, Mart Sieve"-- , night that the United States shall beEscaped Lunatic. Lexington; J. B. Stacy, London; R. a league of powers come one of Paducah, Ky., May 31. II M.Er- - A. R"gers, Hopkinsville; H. K. Luk-inwhich ehall agree to use their joint rnnn, Paducah; V. E. Aswell, Hardins-burmiltary forces to prevent any one of vin, of Murray, a Secretary, T. J. Hiser, Louisgoing to war with who haa but recently been released their number from he asylum at Hopkinsville, was ville; field secretary, J, C. Pritch- another beforo recourse Is had to a from insanity hearing , Madisonville. judicial tribunal or, where the ques- bound over for an Judge Cropland, after ho is not juitifiablo to an by Ckv tion in dispute into police court international council of conciliation. had iOo, taken Hearing In Progress. charged with "beating his fare" in a The plan is largely the idea of Mr. liney. A letter written before his death Ervin offered a jitney driver Taft, who will preside at the confer$25 to take him to Murray and when by Judco L. S. T.oun, bofore whom ence and is understood to have the way point, insisted on being Leo M. Frank vvaatt U J and convict personal though unofficial endorse-nu- ft thehalf taken back to Paducah, It is charg- eJ. wes read nt the hearing before of President Wilson, ed. On the way back, he informed tho Georgia Prison Commission in JJudge Roan exprcscd the driver that ho was Harry K. Cwh 9W Swm, Othw RMes Won't Cwa. On his return he foiled to doubt of Frank's tuilt and said he o( bow Ions (tindintr, Thaw. The wprit cam. 09 matter afe cuttJ by the wonderful, old tellable Dr produce the fare, and was takeuto hop"d tho sentence would be com l'orter'a Authentic Hcilluz OIL It relieve muted to life imprisonment. Fain tad Ileal at the same time. 23c. 50c. 31.M pol ca headquarters. s, one-arme- Tenth Month. :,. t FISCAL COURT WHAT HARRY SESSION REALY SAID Boycott Was To De Carrying Liquor of Papers The editor of tbe Louisville Post wrote Harry McChesney to know if" he was correctly quoted in his Barlow speech. His answer is given be low: V "I am in receipt of your letter. psking whether I made a statement in a speech at Barlow, Ky., which has been attributed to me by publi- - cation in the Louisville Times and tho Hopkinsville Kentuckian, and ' commented upon by the Elizabeth- town News, Mayfield Messenger and sion of a State-wid- e other papers opposing the submis amendment. The publications allege that 1 said at Bar low: "Brethren, listen to me! I would advise you allow no newspapers, large or small, to como into your homes winch doe not stand for State-widprohibition." I made no such statement at Barlow, or any othr place, nor any starnment remotely akin to it. What I did say at Barlow, and at e d g; I nt j, Aa". every other p'aco where I have spoken, and what I shall continue to say throughout tho camp? n, is,that there is a time coming in Kentucky when the people will not allow nny newspaper which can ics a liquor ad- vork;emo' t m us columns to como. into their homes. I suppose some of the papers nub- ' dug nis alleged element were imposed upon by an I'jcnt of tho liquor interesrs, who purposely mis quoted mo. 1 trust these papera will bo fa' enough to!f lirht' tha ihey haw done mo jbyynow publish; in? what I did tny, Thanking you for your kindness in ns'.Ing mo for the facta beforo making any comment on the matter, L am, very truly yours, . . 1 A mmmsmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmtKrm H. V. 6 HOPKINSVILLE KENTUCKIAN JUNK 3 Breathitt, Allenswortb & Breathitt Attomeys-at-La- Woman's Greatest Trouble. Big Sar.d, Tenn. Mrs. Ltt'cy Ctn-trel- l, Offlco: Bohn BulldinfCi Up Stair Front Cuirt Huuao. JOHN C, DUFFY Attorney-at-Law ble. Cardui 13 woman's greatest med icine, because it overccm.s that RHODE ISLAND REDS FAVORED BENEFIT OF GOOD HIGHWAYS weakness and britga back strength Latest Addition to List of Popular In the past 50 years, Cardui helped Main Market Roads Reach Majority of Try it for over a million women. American Breeds Good Egg ProProducing Areas and When Imducers and Grow Rapidly. your troubles today. Advert!.. proved Land Values Increase. ment, (By O. EltP.) specialists of the The The Rhode Island Red breed Four tutes the latest addition to the constiUnited States department of agriculof list ANNOUNCEMENTS. ture in bulletin No. 136, entitled popular American breeds of chickens. the This variety differs from the majority The Kentuckian is authorized to "Highway Bonds," have of a following to say about tho benefit of breeds In claiming for themselves announce highway to property owners FRANK BOYD. PROPR. an origin basod solely on practical HON. JOHN C. DUFFY, whose property Is not directly on the considerations. They are partly of Asiatic blood, of Christian county, as a candidate road to be Improved: In planning the highway system or but In their selection, which extends for the Democratic nomination for tho main market roads it will be found over a porlod of fifty years, attention Atjtorney General, subject to the ac necessary to omit many roads the ImPractice Limited to Disease ol has been paid to rapid growth and egg production, so thnt the breed today tion of the August primary election. provement of which is greatly desired by abutting landowners. Tho fact that THROAT. more nearly resembles the Leghorns NOSE AND EAR, EYE, such property holders must pay a tax We are authorized to announce for the bond Isaue Is only an apparent injustice, for If the highway system HON. A. O. STANLEY, CHEROKEE BUILDING, will a candidate for the Democratic nom- is well planned the entire county Hopkinsville, Ky. feel the benefits of the Improvement. ination for Governor, subject to the As a rule, main market roads reach action of the primary August 7th, tho majority of producing areas, and 1915. when they are Improved all land values tend to increase. of Specialist in Treatment The fact that cities and larger We are authorized to announce Trachoma, (Granular Lids) and towns are frequently taxed for bond HON. HENRY M. BOSWORTH all diseases issues to build highways outside of of Fayette County, as a candidate their own limits is sometimes made a Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat In New Location Over M. D. Kellv's Jewelry Store Hopklnsville, Ky. Phono 331. of this place, ea,8: "Every two weeks, 1 had to go to bed and stay there several days, I suffered untold misery. Nothing seemed to help me, ur til I tried Cardui, the woman's to: Although I had been afflicted ic. with womanly weakness for seven years, Cardui helped me more than anything else ever did. It is surely the bjst tonic for women on ear.h " Weakness is woman's greatest trou- WAR! M -- Hotel Latham Barber Shop road-buildin- g Fine Bath Rooms. First Class Artists. d the whole world gone stark mad over a very foolish and trivial question? Are swords rattline, cannon rumbline, mailed armour elistcnine just because Russia wanted to show her love for the little brother Servia f Tear aiide the curtain of Europe's politics ana see OAS Dr. R, F. McDaniel ' the grim and sinister game of chess that it being played. See upon what a slim, yet desperate, ekcuse the sacred Read the history lives of millions may be sacrificed. of the past one hundred years, as written by one of the greatest authorities the world haj ever known, and learn the naked, shameful truth. Just to get you started as a Review of Reviews subscriber, we make you this extra ordinary offer. We wdl give to you .... tjt?. tv $es&MH JLuruy s mstory or ine FREE!, Four splendid cloth volumes, full of portraits, sketches, maps, diagrams wr1 J worm Dr. M. W. Rozzoll Spectacles Eye Glasses Office Pnoenix Building Cor. 9th and Main. Hopkinsville, Ky. Office Phone 645-1. for the Democratic nomination for Governor of Kentucky, subject to the primary election August 1915. Today is the climax of a hundred years of preparation. Read in this timely, authoritative, complete. AND THE ONLY" CONDENSED classic world history of which ovtr 2,000,000 cBfiiet have been tolJ in France alone Just what has taken place in the inner councils of Europe during the past one hundred years. Read in these entrancing pages how Russia has for years craftilv been tryinz to escape from her darkness d to get a open port, with its economic freedom. Read how Germanv and Austria, fearful of the monster's latent strength, have - been Irvine' to checkmate her and now .... ! .i .1 ii nicy iLtvc pinncu aii in uns iasi, cuprcmc iuui year-roun1 1 A The Lesson of the Past UNDERTAKERS AND FUNERAL DIRECTORS Modern methods used in embalming two experienced Undertakers. H. L Uarton. and J. H. Reese. Promp and efficient service. Phone SCI. ( H. L. Harton, 1134. NIGHT J. H. Reese, 978. PHONES ( Leslie P'Pool, 1113. Single Comb Rhode Island Red Cock erel. than does either the Plymouth Rock sr Wyandotte. One fundamental difference still exists that shows the siatlc origin of the red chicken: They are persistent sitters. The Rhode Island Reds do not re produce themselves with certainty as to shade of color or style of comb, but .n practical points they may be considered a distinct and breed. d We are authorized to announce HON. JAMES B. ALLENSWORTH of Christian county, as a candidate THIS thmuter of tie jvn rruttlrar tfclf w I'm tttm ihowi yoti tbe flory tbtt wu Greece! Rwn.'i. He riilde yoa ibrourh tbe for the Democratic nomination for Commonwealth's Attorney, for the Third Judicial district, composed of Christian, Calloway, Trigg and Lyon counties. We are authorized to announce HON. DENNY P. SMITH, of Trigg county, a candidate for re election as Commonwealth's Attor ney of the Third Judicial District of PU JJ Torki id flew rlewt will rite you a line Interpretation of the crentitbat are taklni Send me. on with men rapidity. It U not enouta to read tbe dally newt pforal, char-e- i pall Your abil to coxDrehend conditions, and to discun them by you. Duruy rationally depends on a true Interpretation of tbe meanlnt and the torj of tbe World In 4 why of events. In your mind you must brinr order folumei bound In doth. out vf chaos and the Rcrlcw of Rrriewi will do it for you. uo cmer my name ioi place hlntAi-r- . thrnnttS th( Drmiiunrf n ta rnntfmnnnnmui isrhlrb. Prof. VjrotTcnor nwpinci ia milium luauucr. in iu siury ui uic pus. rst tVutiv. W ratlin! thm tWttr hrn Anil Villi tsr 111 yoa the Rcriew of Rerlewi for year for tbe Rcrlcw of VLf R' ROTIC WE rjt "R Get the FVTFW nf 11FVTFWS -' " tor a i car Z W. A. P'POOL & SON. GIVING to the action of the Democratic party at the primary More Egos Produced Than From ele:tion, Saturday, August 7th, 1915. Fowls Given Grain Ration Supplemented With Meat Scraps, We are authorized to announce CLAUDE R. CLARK as a'candidate for the Republican nomination for Clerk of the Christian County Circuit Court. Primary CHICKENS SKIM MILK Keatucky, subject Sen J tbe coupon only. It brirtzi the cjurfci whole rt four volume prepU iwoluteljr free. AH we Iithit mtter yon trt tbe bociti ni like them you tend ZS centi sVjw,, for iblrplnr and 11.00 month for three montbi io ptjr ior tae Kcriew oi Keriews. n toe doom Jllirtn tcu 4 wunu uioic tuaa yuu jmj mr dwu ana magazine u tether, lend tbesi buck st oar er rente. But be prompt. The OctMfatim .., .......... M world-wid- e fame of Durny will make tbete 5,000 teti dit For cash with order lend only 11.00 and we appeir from our rock room a; once. Scad your coupon tit Day shiooio chariei. auti dc in ume. tour The beautiful Ya leather tetcottionly afeweenti more. For a let of this luaarloui blndmc. cbaart I Rerievr oi Rrriewi Co., 30 Irriar PL, N.Y. months above to S months, or tend JS.OO cash la fait VfiMAF iiiuii.my JrT 1NO Sfnr1 2$ centi for ihipplnc and st per month for three month for tbe miiaxlpe. and retain tbe His tory of the World without chine. Otherwise I will, with I a 10 days. rt return the booki at your expetue, f SxtxtS "i 10 n i Time Card Effective Friday, Apr. 2. 1915. TRAINS GOING iSOUIH. No. 93 C. & N. 0. Lim. 11.56 p. m No. 51 St. L. Express 5:29 p. m. No. 96 Dixie Flyer 9:35 a. m. No. 55 Hopkinsville Ar. 7:00. a. m. L. Fast Mail 5:24 a. m No. 63-- St. TRAINS GOIMO NORTH. No. No. No. No. No. Dolats 92 52 94 56 54 C. & St. L. Lim., 5:29 a. m St. Louis Express, 9:55 a. m Dixie Flyer. 7;08 p. m. Hopkinsville An. 8:55 p. m St. L. Fast Mail 10:16 p;m No. SI connects at Guthrie for Memphis as far south as Erin, and; far Loulvll: Cincinnati aad the East. Nca. ii and G5 make direct connections at Gnti. rle for Louisville. Cincinnati and all points ncrtl and east thereof. No. S3 carries through sleepers to Atlanta. Mi. con. Jacksonville. St. Ausustlna and Tumpe, Fla Also Pullman lite ten to New Orleans Connie t at Guthrie for points East and West. No. S3 wll not carry local passengers for points north NaihTuie. Tenn. ti J. BHflHHa C. HOOE. Aszt. According to a general opinion of many who have given the matter much attention, the value of skim milk to laying hens Is from 70 cents :o $2.15 per hundred pounds. Tho latter figure is evidently a little optimistic. According to experiments conducted by the Indiana experiment station. $1.73 per hundred was returned Bounds of skim milk purchaeed at 30 cents. These experiments covered a period of two years; one pen of laying hens received corn, wheat, oats, bran and shorts in the same proportion, in addition to all the ekim milk the fowls would drink, and another pen received only the grain portion of the ration that the former received. In averaging the results obtained from feeding ;hi s rations through two year3 of experiments it has been shown that the n i r.ige number of eggs laid per hen receiving grain and skim milk was 133.5 oggs, whereas the lions that did not receive skim milk with the grain ration produced an average of only 3G eggs per hen. It was also shown that during tho winter months, December, January and February, when eggs are the highest in price, that the pen shim milk produced seven per cent more eggs even than the pen receiving a grain ration supplemented with mpat scraps, a feed generally recognized as a great egg producer. AGE .FOR Improved Road Is argued In the Woods. August 7, 1915. We are authorized to announce JUDGE GUS THOMAS of Graves county as a candidate for the Demccratic nomination for judge theCouitof Appeals from the First district, subject to the Demo cratic primary election Aug. 7, 1915. of We are authorized to announce JUDGE J. T. HANBERY, of Christian county, Q3 a candidate tor as Judge of the Third Judicial District of Kentucky, subject to the action of the Democratic primary election Aug. 7, 1915. We are authorized to announce HON. THOS. S. RHEA as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Auditor of Public Accounts, subject to the primary August 7, 1915". ' Dr. Feirstein --DENTISTNext to. Higgins' Drag Store Hopkinsville, Ky. The oldest and best Dental Office in the city. artificial teeth without a plate is my specialty. In-serti- Heeth.$5.00 Extracting 25c. Whenever You Need a deneral Tonic Take Grove's The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless Give Them All They Will Stuff of chill Tonic is equally valuable as a General Tonic because it contains the Cornmeal and Middlings Furwell known tonic propertiesof QUININE Supply of Grit. nish and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Capons should reach full size be- Builds up the Whole System. SO cents fore fattening, and this should bo when they are from ten to twelve Important Accessory, Anyhow. months old. Fatten them from two to The automobile people to tho conthree weeks before marketing two If they are shut up In dark coops. Feed trary notwithstanding, tho best spark- ,n device continues to bo a sofa, with them all thoy will stuff of corumeal i juugo. and middllncs. wot un. but not too . lUB "sulB iuiuu wet, with milk. Cracked bits of glass aro usod as Invigorating to the Palo and Sickly an aid to digestion, but good grit is The Old Standard centra! strenirtlienlnif tonic, safest whore tho ground stuff is used. GROVE'S TAST1ILKSS culll TONIC, drivel out Malaria, enriches the Mood, and tiuihlsuptheiyi-tens- . Grit of somo kind they must have. A true Tonic, i'or adulU aud chlldnru. 50c. Tho armor who does not keep over a lot of male birds as capons will logo Early State. a big spring prolit on fowls, ns turkeys g Maryland was an early do not at any time soil as high a3 colony, for In 1642 Governor Calcapons per pound. vert bargalnod with a certain shipmaster for tho delivery of 13 African Dampness Causes Leg Weakness. Leg weakness in ddoks la usually "slaves." caused by dampness. If a duck is Age of the Ostrich. compelled to sleep in a damp house The average ago of an ostrich is elio is likely to be attacked with rheumatism or cramps, for which there, is thirty years, and the annual yield of no sure remedy. Overfeeding will a bird in captivity Is from two to also do it. Sometimes ducks break four pounds of plumes. down by persistent attention of heavy drakes. Plies Cured In 6 to 14 Days Your drurelst wilt refund money If FAZO Place for Brood Coops. OINTMENT falls to cure any case o( ItcslBg, If possible place the brood coop Mtai, Weeding or Protruding Pile In 6 to 14 days, rtn skst awltcttiaa gUsa Kw aad Ks. Mc, near taacoratatd. wbtak FATTENING CAPONS Slave-Holding slave-holdin- the county wealth Is within the corporate limit of such cities and towns highway bond money should also be used to construct their streets. It is even urged that the expenditure should bo made proportionate to tho assessed valuation within the city limits. If the proceeds of highway bond issues were distributed In this way, their purpose in many cases would be defeated. The primary object of the county hlghwuy bond Issue is to build county market roads and not to lmnrovo city streets, although a high percentago of the assessed valuation may be city property. It Is now known that tho expenditure or. city tnvps nn countv roads is a sound prin- ciplo and that it is one of tho best features ot state aid for highways. In Massachusetts the city of Boston pays possibly 40 per epnt of the total state highway fund, but not a highway has been mile of state-aibuilt within its limits. New York city also pays about CO per cent of the cost of the state highway bonds. Some stato laws prohibit the expenditure ot proceeds of state highway bonds within corporate limits of cities or towns. The Improvement ot market roads results In Improved marketing condk Most Hons, which benefit the city. cities are essentially dependont upon the surrounding country for their pros perity and development, the development of suburban property for res idence purposes 18 UlbO ucjicuucui. upon highway conditions, and It Is becoming evident yearly that whatever makes for an lucrease In rural population must bo encouraged. Since tho Introduction of motor trade country highways are used to an increasing extent by city residents. In fact, tho cost of maintaining many country highways has been greatly lucreased d motor by the presence of vehicles. The general advauco In facilities for doing country business from town headnuarters when roads ,nro Improved Is no Inconsiderable fac tor In the commercial lire ot tue community. d city-owne- ,olnt of debate in bond elections. It that becauso a large part of McCIaid & 'Armstrongs DEALERS IN GRANITE AND MARBLE MONUMENTS, CUT STONE OF ALL KINDS. . 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On tho common earth roads and In the fields horses can on an average pull CO per cent more load on a wldo-tlrcwagon Jlian ono with narrow tires. In other words, two horsea can pull as much load on the wide tires wagon. as throb can on a narrow-tireThe wide tires help .pack tho road, hc narrow tires cut-rut-s. d d fancy is the favorite for 1,1V.WU.L. kl 4143 forty-fiv- e years. UvCIl U It Mrs. J. T. D., a subicrlbcr ot Temple, Ca., writes: put ,"Vou on the list with those who think 'McCALL'S 2JAGAZINK 11 worth twice as. much a 30 cents, a year -- or every one 1 in ine lamiiy. so mny pretty fashions anj so K mnc.h gooJ reading 1 can hardly wait to see It. FREE McCALL PATTERN Each iublr!hr tnr .Tit. f . "Family Bsreiln" may choose from her first copy ol McCALL'S re. teUed, mi ol the celebrated McCall Don't Miss This Writ or taH tvnUi Building. One c: the secreta ot good rod feuUdlu Is the praUy roiw44 art Good Road at At b4U of Alt Offr fatut vi wruaini a potrai card request AT direct to The CsllCom. AV pany,. New York, tMn NuaW and Sh. Mrcd jAV tviw 1 nierns ritte, (nlueI5c) A 1 HOPKINSVILLE KEtyTUCHAN JUNE THE THRICE-A-WEEK 3 7 EDITION OF THE NEW YORK WO RIO TERRY COAL & COKE COMPANY FARM t SOLD Practically aDtily at thi Prise of a Weekly. No other Newspaper in the world gives so so much at so low a priee. The year 1914 has txea the meet extraordinary in the history of mod' Lia .fr. Apn f t m a a Alt HUB vtu tiiuoa T f Vin n rraueoBcu vac uuk' mrMlc nt thn crrear Kiifnni war. a (JmjgRle bo titantic that it makes all others look small. You live in momentous times, and you should not miss any of the tre mendous events that are occurring. No other newspaper will inform you with the promptness and cheapness k edition of the of the New York World. Moreover, year's subscription to it will take you far into our next Presidential campaign. L Jl BREEDING OF DAIRY" CATTLE Community Plan Has Many Advantages Stimulates Friendly Rivalry Among Dairymen. PROPERTY POULTRY Somo hens of course mako better mothers than others, but more than this, some nre much better than others for sitting Itself, according to a subscriber to Wnllace's Farmer. Two hens were each given an egg to cover whilo waiting for tho sitting of eggs to come, and when tho eggs arrived two or three days later tho two eggs In ttw nests were taken out and broken. Tho egg from hen No. 1 showed a third less development than the egg under hen No. 2. As the first flvo days are the most Important time In tho sitting period, indications wcro that hen No, 2 would hatch out moro chicks than hen No. 1. These results were indicated by tho behavior of tho two liens. Hen. No, 1 seemed to bo lacking (said the owner) In hen sense. She felt tho fevpr ot broodlnoss, but ap parently didn't know what was tho matter with her, only she wanted to sit, and she sat. When she was taken off the t nest for food and water, sho continued to sit, gluing herself to tho floor' like n hirnp of putty, pleklug up tho corn within hor rango, but making no effort to get what lay out of Did You Ever top to Consider That an accident or sickness which destroys the use of arm or feet, or causes the loss of sight, is not only a physical calamity, but the most severe of all losses. ' - NOTICE is hereby given to the DIFFERENCE IN SITTING HENS Stockholders, Bond Holders and Are Lacking In Creditors of the TERRY COAL & Some Fowls Not Cover TheirHen Sense Eggs and Do Exten-tio- n COKE COMPANY, that an In Proper Manner. Sale Contract of its MINES and ' (By JAMES PHILAN of New York In PROPERTY at MANINGTON, KY.t Kimball's Dairyman.) was made on the 30th day of March "Whom two or more men start to breed the samo kind of dairy cattle In 1915. The property is to be paid for Means the Wasting; Away of An Estate Already Created? It the loss of any investment which is dependent upon the present or future earnings in power, a disfact, the loss of aster worse than death could bring. Our policies offer Better talk it over with us money expended. better protection than others for the We Invite Investigation and Comparison. the-producin- g Thrice-a-Wee- the same neighborhood, I feel aura that It they nro men that can get together, they will And it to their advantage to do so. In the case of small herds tho cost of & good bull may seem quite an item. If two or in CASH, on or before the 10th day of August 1915. Under the Contract entered into with the purchaser, all Stockholders are protected for 20 years, with a special contract whereby they can buy their Coal at the mines, under the same term?, and at the same price, given them under their Stockholders Contract with the TERRY COAL & COKE COMPANY, to-da- y. W. A. CORNETTE & CO. Cherokee Bldg. General Insurance The Thricb-A-Wee- k Tegular subscription price is only 1.00 per year, and this pays for 156 papers. We offer this unequalled newspaper and Hopkinsville Ken- tuckian together for one year for ?2.65. Wosld's Ninth Street I Fine Herd of Dairy Cows. The regular subscription price of more men buy a liull together, thex may bo able to ge a better bull than the two papers Is $3.00. Send all.subscriptlons to JKentuc- - 'oither would own individually ana tfion office. SUBSTITUTE Mies Brown I hjah you is gont into business. Mr. Black Yass, findeefl. 1's raisTERRY COAL.& COKE COMPANY, Incorporated. in' Aickens an' sellin' 'era. USE FOR A IHAND SEPARATOR Miss Brown What?s de anatter: By It. E. COOPER, Pres. L. .HAYDON, Sec'y-MaIs you los' yoh appetite? Less Work Necessary In Handling 28, 1915. Milk With .Device Than Without STIMULATES FISH INDUSTRY. Machine-SaveWaste. rDefectlve. A hand .separator saves all waste ot Through its bureau of ichoraistrf A former, .in looking his ar 'over the United States department of ag- ibutterfat What Is the use ot feeding one day, thrust a lighted match into goofl corn, riculture proposes hareaftento devote jcows costs money hay and otuer stun the gasoline tank. Tho ensuing explo and then allowing sion laid him up for several weekc .that the same attention io questions of .till a product to go to waste? On the first day that he was able to storage, transportation, prevention Less work Is .necessary to 'handle bo about ho rlsited tho storekeeper milk with tho separator than without, who hxid sold him tho stuff and da-of toiste and utilization of the various iSsh industries hecause there are fewer utensils ;to bo mandod compensation. URCd and Uw skim milk may he fad to "Why should I pay you anything?" whidh has heretofore ibecn devoted to tho pigs and calves and chickens at nsked tho merchant hotly. was meat an.l fruit industries. .St will once, and does not liave to be handled your own fault. You knew "It was it in this undertaking with again. gasoline." a6o "That's all right, but this accident ihe bureau of fisheries. Studies of "Forty or City dollars will buy a good of wastes from the separator, big enough for a herd of was caused by defective gaGollne.' the utilization tour or five cows, and It will save "Defective gasoline?" t fisheries Lave hitherto been confined coat tho first year. If properly xared "Yes, sir. I've been sticking XL u J" largely to tho manufacture of .ferti- for. a separata- is good for ten years. matchos into gasollno that I've bought 0lrn lizers, fish oils and glue, and have The cream from a separator will hero before, and this was the first not tended to conserve the food sup- bring more money 'bosauso it is uni lot that ever acted that way." Com Future beply. The "bureau luis xeoently paid form In richness, and Is sweetermilk cause, as It is separated while the Canton Ivory Shops. special, attention to the 'industry of Is warm and fresh, .it does not nb3orb There are about forty shops to Canon tho coast f odors as it would If left standing canning sardines ion, China, whero .articles of ivory aro t Maine, and has already brought around. of Poultry Farm. made and sold. The industry may he The toeparator caves 'haulipg milk to divided Into two stages, cutting and about improvement of the .sanitaiy hauling the carving. Tusks Imported from Siam largo fields which could bo alternated tho creamery and conditions under which these ilsh aw skim mflk back to then tho farm. Then constitute the raw material. These aro with the usual farm crops, tho larger packed. skim milk hauled any considerablo dis jQrst cut with a saw to the shape capa ono having ton colony houses for tho growing stock. tance) haeomes cold and sometimes ble of being worked up by carving. There is also a garden, a pasturo dirty and tainted and not fit to feed. Tho carving apparatus consists of If a farmer has ten or more cows he wooden block, a saw and a tub ot wa and a runway for tho cockerels. A large share of the grain consumed by will require a larger separator one A small dose of ter. Tho ivory Is seoured firmly, mols tho poultry could bo raised on such a Chat will handle say 159 pounds of milk and you. enjoy a full, free, easy bow tocod with water, and cut the required place and there should be a good surin about fifteen minutes, nnd he then s el movement in the morning. No should have a small gasoline .engine to shape. The cutting finished, tho blocks plus retenuo from tho sale of garden is Podophyl- - do the work. It Is quicker and .cheapei aro then carved Into shape with knives and fruit products. griping, for Tho detailed of many different shapes. schemo of tho farm Is left to bo lin (May Apple) without the gripe. than hand power. ...... .r I T worked out according to one's wishes. iii jiiti.HX r irrncLS Lilt: mute ui natlnnf irn htxr npmrctner rhp Aver CAP PROTECTS MILK BOTTLE Thirty-si- x For'25 Cents. ten-acrI y s - still have money to buy females. Thero aro other advantages, one iff which Is that tho moro daughters bull may have tho better ho may ho Judged as a sire. In the caso of men who aro doing official test wort this has considerablo advertising- value. Anothor advsatago Is that whon'HIf- forent neighbors watch tho growth of their neighbors' calves and young stock they will try not to let the other fellow's stock get tho start of theirs, This will result in better growth and better developed cattle. To show tha't I practice what preach I will say I have only 'one cow in my herd that was sired by & bull At ownei exclusively by myself. present I have a breeding interest in three dJSercnt bulls that I have used in the last year. This would seem to indicate that I intend to with my neighbors. I Believe that tho greatest Jidvan tago of community breeding will re sult from friendly rivalry In thegrowIng and development of the stock; and then from good team work In the sell ing of the same. carrying out the Order made at the last general Stockholders Meeting, by unanimous vote of the Stock holders and Bond Holders of the Company, authorizing, the Officers of the Company to make sale of the property of the Company at as early date as possible, and settle up the business affrirs of the Company. The Purchasers have furnished the money since that date with which to employ a competent man to keep the water pumped out of the Mines anil take care of the Machinery at the mines, and are un e dcr contract to do so up to and month of August 1915, cover ing the time they are to take over the property and pay for it. The price for which the property is contracted is sufficient to pay the bond Holders in full, and elfect a settlement with the creditors upon terms and conditions already en tered into with Attorneys of the cympany by all the principal credit ors of the Company. If the above salecontract ieconsummateditis the best one we have ever been able to make for the JProperty, and we trust will be satisfactory to all concerned, Yours respectfully, includ-ingth- reach. Hen No. 2 tended to do it. When take from her nest she expressed dissatisfaction, but noting that her breakfast was ready, had worlt to do, and r pouna mai never gums. penecuy sewing jHaciiiucs,vi:ntM.o,u.vjv. ,.- - . - r cuns, lawnmowers svtrymng mai ever neeus uinuB --- u 'office No grease, sso acm. a lime and polishes perfectly all veneered or varmsnea rtrniiure onu rSprink onayaraoiiMacKcneeseciuiuitiHut3utnu.'";.". absolutely prevents rust on gun narrcis.rJio fixtures, bath room fixtures,.gas ranges, everything metal, indoors or out, in any climate. ItSinKS on. into the unseen metal Torts and forms a protecting "overcoat" which stays Write todav for trenerou3 free bottle and tne ri.rn.nn-rMv-- u In- r sho ato and drank, spread her foath-erstretched her muscles, and went back to her nest. No. 1 hart to bo put back. People sometimes think that to bo means well hatched; It doesn't always work out that way; much depends on the quality of tho hen as an incubator. d s, i. . , -- -- n 50c (8 or., yi pint). ; i .! Um1... 1fV. t iwV 9Sr ( OZ.1. .j oz.). Also in new patented Handy Oil Can, 25c POULTRY Illustration FARM IS OUTLINED j 42 DA J.nodwr Ke York Citr Shows How Ten Acres May Be Laid Out for Best Results Ample for One Man. one-ma- A poultry farm of ten acres is amn ple for a establishment and a good living can be made on it, Tho o illustration shows how tho poultry farm may bo laid out for tho best results. Five thousand chickens, 500 of them breeders, could bo comfortably carried on this farm when it was running ttt Us full capacity. Thero aro three breeding nouses, counting the cockerel house, and three laying houses. Each laying house is calculated to hold 1,500 laying hens, writes Cbcsla C Sherlock In Farm and They may be built on any Homo. schemo acceptable to tho owner. Thero is also a brooder house which should accommodato 1,000 chicks at one time. Tho dwelling house and farm barn complete tho outlay of buildings for the placo. It is planned to have from eighty, to ono hundred fruit trees, although there could bo more. Thero are two CALIFORNIA EXPOSITION THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R. WCLL SELL TICKETS TO for return, of SAN FRANCISCO and RETURN iDailylMavch 1 to November 30, 1015, limited 'but not later than December 31, 90 days 1915, at rate $63.50 FROM HOPKINSVILLE Stopovers in both directions, choice of routes going and returning THROUGH TOURIST SLEEPER EVERY TUESDAY NIGHT For full particulars call on T. L. MORROW, I. C. R. R. agent, or address P. W. HARLOW, D. P. A., Louisville. Ky. 7 rn iTT7"i,",f nr TTnrrnr "n i HHifiiH!Kwa,iwarjii i to business depression generally we are ovWe also c.arrv n full lino f Cemeint, Lime, Fire-BricSewer Pipe and Drain Tile. We have all grades and colors of Face Brick. .Now is the time to build. Get our price before buying. w 'E CARRY a large stock of Brick, but owing erstocked. k, Lay-Ou- When You Build Use Brick. n I tTl Daltoa Bros. Brick INCORPORATED. WIWInTWWWI Co. -- ht Hi 1 BIHWBMBMWMrMWBWraiMHiii miii T" X A antiseptic in the bowelB. Device, Just Placed on Market, AStSs In Keeping Out JDIrt and Files With proper amount of bile, diget Liquid Kept Airtight. stion in bowels is perfect. No gap, o fermentation, no Constipation. In order to keep milk, bottles, whlU Won't be sick, nervous, irritable. In use, free from dirt and flies, a saniQsfaoUle of from your tary milk bottle cap has been placed arranged so' now and cure your Const!-patio- n on the market. This is Nature's Dr. King's New Life Pills are now glas3 bottles. supplied in weli-cork- PERCY Bjt L Jtug$st overnight. Monkey Advertisement. Acted as Jockey. John Bright, whon training horses, Bbad a monkey In bis stable at a timo Fvhen the racing was on a covered tracK. tuner the monkey had the bouI of a Jockey or-ainborn hatred for dogs, for when one came along ho woulj drop on his back from a perch and sit as tight as the deuce-troA greyhound happened in and tho monkey took tho mount. With the rider way up on his withers, tho hound started off In terror and made for the Infield. He cleared the Liverpool easily and raced for a hurdle. Here the rider was unlucky, for be hit hlu head and passed away. y. will be relieved in tho morning. 36 for 25:., at all Druggists. Advertisement, Slight Dlffernce. 'Wbat7 Your son Is an undertaker? Why, I thought you said ho was a doctor." Second; Paten nnl Itelatlvo "No: I said that ho followed the medical profession." Harvard Lampoon. A nightyour containing 3G sugar coa'ed white For Infants and Children pills, for 23c. One pill with a glass Years of water before retiring is an aver In Use For Over erage dose, Easy and pleasant to Always bears to take. Effective and positive in re Signature of sulsts. Cheap and economical to use Gee a bottle take a dose to CASTORIA 30 Livery and Board Stable HOPKINSVILLE, KY. SMITHSON UP-TO-DATE. Phone:32.ZVIrgInla Street. Between 7th and 8th. EVERYTHING to-da- y, Constipation YOUR WIFE IS STILL YOUR SWEETHEART HAKE HER A First Father PRESENT Of A two-third- Cap Protects Milk. that by moving tho stop, milk may bo No Indication. Because a man makes a profession of religion Is no sign that he Is way up in his profession. Philadelphia Inquirer. difficulty. When poured without closed, tho milk Is kept almost airtight. Cabinet Gas Range and relieve her of s of the time in the kitchen. You could not please her better. ORDER IT TO-DA- Y. 5, CASTORIA Children Cry FLETCHER FOR S Maintain Cow's Efficiency. Each cow in tho dairyman's herd is a plant that makes tho most profit when running at its highest efficiency. To maintain tho maximum efficiency in each cow la. a targe part of tin dairyman's business. CASTORIA Children Cry" FLETCHER'S , FOR Kentucky Public Service Co. INCORPORATED. F ml r J . - ' 1 at $50,000.00 WHOLESALE Europe is killing all her sheep and the war contracts taking all our wool, this HALF PRICE clothing sale is good for you. 1 1 STOCK MEN'S CLOTHING fyy BOUGHT BY ... . . This sale of a Thousand Men's Suits and more than a Thousand Pairs Men's Pants, offers great sav- ing to the prudent buyer. II ft At Knoxville, Tenn., The Regal Manufacturing Co., makers of men's and young men's clothing, decided to change their business. They had $50,000.00 worth of men's and boys' good clothing and they wanted somebody to take the entire lot and pay them the cash. Mr. Anderson was there with the ready cash and bought the enthen wired us to come and get our share. We went down last week and selected the biggest lot of men's and boys' suits and odd pants this house tire lot at HALF-PRIChas ever owned at one time Mr. Anderson remarked on looking over the piles of clothing laid out for here "You are taking back to Hopkinsville the biggest, best and most remarkable purchase of clothing that city has ever known." This clothing is all new and was never shown on a retail counter 'till now. SATURDAY, JUNE 5TH, we place this great stock of clothing on sale at prices that will absolutely astound the most vociferous clamorer after bargains. To make sale the great mercantile event of the year. the sale more general, we have added hundreds of items all over the big store and propose to make this ten-da- y E, SALE BEGINS SATURDAY, JUNE 5TH AND CONTINUES TEN DAYS. White Wash Skirts. tfjO $&,UU pique ches wide. fjn Men's and Young Men's Fine Clothing 84 in- HERE STARTS THE PALM BEACH RAGE A New List-Sto- wing . Very fine quality White Skirta-ma- ' C9 VC-.t1-- Shoes de 41 Cf) White Pique Skirts made with two pockets; fit per- For Men's extra good Worsted Suits, not all wool, but worth a lot more than price. Only 98 suits in this lot. $4.95 fectly. 1 OK For lovely quality White yi.CU p0pjin and pjque Wash Skirts, made especially for this sale. Ladies' Waists. 'Jufine Worsted Suits, pretty patterns, sizes 34 to 44; $12.50. $7 EflFor Men's and Young Men's Only 147 neat worth suits in this lot. Finest waists are marked down to the price of the cheaper kinds, and lots of new ones added to the line at popular prices. Cfl ?7 ou For Ladies very handsome 1 Net Waists, sizes 42 to 46 worth $12.50. $1 no Choice one lot white Crepe tpl.wU de Chine Waists, also colored Crepes; worth $2.50 to $3.50. 4J1 flfl Ladies' all White Jap Silk pi,UU Waists that are far better in quality and fit than the original Jap waists. ONLY 2 TO A CUSTOMER. Choice one lot of Waists, odds and ends, some of the lot worth $2.00. For Men's and Young Men's fine Worsted and Serge Suits; good dark patterns; none worth less than $15 00, some worth more. Only 215 suits in this lot. $9.95 ForMen's finest pureWbol worsted Suits neat pretty patterns; good weight. The same cloth as you find in the majority of suits sold for $20.00. Only 164 suits in this lot Men's extra fine 519 Efl Light Grey vVorsted Suits. The same cloth as we have always sold for $18.50. Only 3G suits in this lot. Q QR 41I U . O U For choice of big lot of. our own stock High Art Every and Kupperheimer Suits. one hand tailored; none worth less than $25.00, some $35.00. Only 41 suits in this lot. tf?f O PI.JU Cfl state with our Men's Palm Beach Last year we startled the whole 4l.wU Fr Sale for men and this year we go one better and offer a better suit Read our for the same money. specifications, then come and see the suit. label sewed in coat. Every coat made with double front, insuring the coat to retain its shape. Look for label none genuine without the label. $5.00 Sizes 34 to 42 $5.76 Extra and Slim Sizes at Best Overalls 90c 1C flft for Men's Genuine Palm pvl.UU Beach Suit, every suit has A.Q 24 pairs Ladies' One Strap oheck Top Pat Pumps, A, B, C, and D lasts, sizes 2 2 to 6; worth $4.00. 1 QQ 24 pairs Ladic3 Cross Strap turn sole kid pumps, E lasts, sizes z l-- z to 7; worth 53. 50 pairs Ladies kid bluch- er Oxfords. E last, sizes 2 2 to 8; worth $2 50. 2.00 Q 1-- J flfl uu B, C, 16 Pairs Ladies' patent San color top Louis Heel, and D lasts, sizes 2 to 6; 1-- 2 worth $4.50. pairs Ladies patent Mary Jane B, C, D, and E lasts, sizes 1 to 7; worth $3.00. 46 pairs Ladies gun metal Mary Jane. B. C. D and E lasts; sizes 1 to 7; worth $3.00. 38 pairs Ladies patent turn sole Colonial Pumps. Cuban Heel B. C, and D lasts, sizes 3 to 7; worth $3.50. 36 pairs Ladies' patent strap turn sole Cuban Heel, B, C and D lasts; sizes 3 to 6; wortn Shj.iai. One big Iot Ladies' Pumps and straps, mostly narrow lasts, sizes 1 to 6; worth $3.50 and 2.50 2.50 45 if: IS. A Message to Men Straight and True: The present war is consuming 200,000,000 pounds of wool a month, This is far in excess of the world's supply, and the final result is just as plain as an attempt to subtract three from two. This fall you will find clothing higher and scarcer than it has been since the Civil War. This $50,000.00 purchase of clothing at half-pric- e emphasizes anew the ANDERSON source of supply to Hopkinsville. The ANDERSON STORE says to you sir: That, whether you are a young man or an old man, or a middle-age- d man, if you miss this Bale you will LOSE HALF THE PRICE OF YOUR SUIT that's all. More Than a Thousand Pair Boys' Suits Look Qflp oul fcA for Men's Best heavy weight Overalls, sizes, 32 to 46. . 2.48 Boys' Palm Beach Suits $4.00 $ lit Kflp New House Dresses. flfl for Boys' splendidly ipT.UU taiore(j pam Beach Suits, fine Knickerbocker Trousers. Norfolk coat, double tape seams; sizes 8 to 17. Unmatchable in quality. Carpef Department. 2.48 2.48 O A QOp For the new Middy Dress, oou $4.00. Coat, Skirt and Cap to match something new for house and out- Choice one lot Ladies' House Dress both Ginghams and Percales, light and dark colors, low neck and short sleeves. door work. at Be Price , Cassi-gMu- CQp of Pants at HALF-PRI- ONE-FOURT- OFF-O- ne lot Cot-to- n Crepe KIMONAS. Ladies' New Petticoats. Messallne tf0 AQ Choice oneylot of two yards petticoats-fullwide; extra heavy quality silk; colors Navy and Black. M QO For best Taffeta Silk Petti-J)i.coatsm the city; regular $4.00 value. Only a few left. OQn Choice one lot very fine Sat-oteen Petticoats, Black and White; Navy Blue, Cope, Sand nnd Green. QQft For extra largo and good qual-0y- u ity Gingham Petticoats; deep dust ruffle. P..tI7 0 ol New Millinery Priced Low. Stylish Hats that are becoming-h- ats that are equally well suited for Dress or Street Wear. For brand new stylish VT,J7vjIatS( Sailors predominate, though there are some hats suitable for dres3 wear, Some are worth $10, others worth more. Black and White is the predominating color. Q RflFor pick of 49 Ladies' y Trimmed Hate, all the style and snap of the most expensive hats; worth up to $7.50. 71 $1 QC For choice of prettyLadies' new wonderfully Hats; some dark colors; others White and Black; worth $5.00. CHILDREN'S HATS. 1 K For children's pretty Hemp ipi.TU Shapes, trimmed with ribbon and (lowers; worth $2.50. Love-?O.U- U for Men's Pants, very good worsted parts, made unirood and strong; worth $2.00. $1.50 for Men's very fine Worsted Pants, Light Grey col or. Not all wool, but splendid wearing pants; worth $3.00. fine Worsted $1.75 for Men's attractive pat Pants, neat terns; worth $3.50. $1 OR for Men's very fine Wors-wted Pants, good patterns, extra well made; worth $4.00. for Men's very fineWors-te- d Pants, new stylish patterns, a perfectly wonderful value. for Men's very finest Worsted and Serge Pants made in the latest fashion; the samo cloth you see in $6.00 pants every where. for Boys' long pants Suits, very fine all wool Worsted Suits, sizes 32 to 36. Woith 99c u for Boys all wool mere and Worsted Suits, two pair pants. Coat Norfolk and trousers Knickerbocker. $R fill Q OR for Boys very fine mere and Worsted Suits, new styles; 6 to 19. Cassi-vJJO.OO Palm Beacii Pants $1 and $1.50. w Big lot Men's Palm Beach Pants. Very slight imperfections in some of them. Worth $2.50 We divide them in two lots at $1.00 and $1.50. $2.45 Hen's Underwear oou worth $2.50Carpet Sweepers; each. (1 QP Genuine Bissels Carpet Vl.VO Sweepers; worth $3.00. Ql n Jap Matting Rugs, 3U worth 15c. Jap 15c For size 27x54 cents. Matting Ruge, worth 25 Jap 9 En For size 36x72 cents. Matting Rugs, worth 35 $1 QO For size 9x12 Jap gets; worth $2.50. CQ flfl For Reversible Jap vO.UU Druggets. 4 sizes 9x12 Cm HO Choice of Rugs; worth 9IU.UU Brussels $12.50 and $15.00. For size 9x12 Wool and Fiber Rugs; worth $12.50. QOp Criterion Ladies fawn top c'ru lasts; sizesLouis heel pumps C and E 2 to 6 2 Q 24 pairs patent c worth Drug-vl.w- O $2.95 $6.50 $10.00. Round-U- p short sleeves and knee drawers; best Nainsook. Just as good as the very best known garment sold in America for 50c. Kflo for v,uu Ion Men's fine Nainsook Un Suits, ribbed shoulder piece, ribbed crotch. Made in every way like a dollar garment. Choice of 15 Ladies Coat Suits: Navy Blue, Sand, Black and Chepard Check, sizes 16 to 38. Regular prices $17.50, $20.00 and $25.00. QKp for Men!a Shirts and Pants, $9.98 $4.98 $6.98 choice,2 sizes 9x12 Ran Carpet Rugs; worth $10.00. For 1 size 9x12 Wool and Fiber Drugget; worth S10.00. Choice of 4 size 9x12 Tapestry Brussels Rugs; worth $16.00 to $20 00. C 17 Fifi for 1 size 9x12 Red Wil- f .UU ton velvet Rug; worth Rfl piv.ou $27.60. ?l of Women's Spring $9.99 C IR QR iot gilU.au '3J Suits at $9.95 and $12.50 The Very Latest Thing in Fashion and They Are All Cut more Than HALF PRICK. Coat Suits. $12.50 Choice of 20you find the In th3 lot very choice of our stock; values $25.00 to $35.00. worth $30.00. choice2size9xl23mith'8 piu.viu Axminster Rugs; worth i,e Smyrna Drugget; 1 size Keversi- - pairs Ladies kid Marv Janes, B. C. D and E lasts: sizes 2 to 7; worth $2.60. 9 flfl 50 pairs Ladies kid bluch-e- r Oxfords. E lasts, sizes 2 to 8; worth $2.50. 40 pairs Ladies kid but ton Oxfords. E lasts, sizes 2 to 8; worth $2.50. 36 pairs Ladies low heel blucher Oxfords: E lasts. sizes 2 1 2 to 8; worth $2.50. 1 QQ 20 pairs Ladies patent and .ww White colonial Pumps, E last, sizes a 10 ; wortn $3.uu. metal 1.98 20 pairs Ladies gun Cuban Colonial Pumns heel, B, C. and D lasts; sizes 2 to 7; worth $3.00. 1 7K 29 pairs Ladies' White Can- -' wvas Colonial Pomps, Louis heel, trun sole, sizes 2 to 7: worth $2 50. 1 4R 28 Pairs Ladies White Can- va3 Shoes buttoni Ci D and E lasts, sizes 2 to 7: worth 2.00 2 $3.oU. 38 2.00 1-- 2 2.00 f $1 1-- 2 1-- 2 1-- 2 $3.00. tR Summer Coats For Lais 0 $22.50. PALM BEACH SUITS. best Palm For Ladies Beach Suit, made attrac tive styles; will launder and clean perfectly; sizes 16 to 42. $17.50 $25.00. F flfl u.uu for 1 size 9x12 Smith s Axminster Rug; worth $7.50 Choice one lot very fine Royai wllton Rugs size 30x72; worth $7 50 to $15.00. Qflp Odds and ends in G ft. Lino-ou- u leums; worth $1.25 to $1.50 per yard. C7 fin uu CP. Of) ?O.UU Choice one lot of size 9x12 Crex Druggets. Choice one lot size 9x12 stencil Druggets. Buys' and Girl's Romp 35c. QC For best Rompers and Play Suits; Bizes 2 toG years; worth 50c. Only 120 pairs. LACE CURTAINS. 20 PER CENT Reduction on any lace curtain in the house; prices range trom 75c to $6.00. Motor genuine Palm Beach Cloth; collar and cuffs of Black Silk. Ladies' all Linen Dus-'a- o ters; full skirt length. Ladies Linen Dusters; 98c for long, good quality. tra 1 -9.FF Ladies Black Chuddah !5 ffl9'Lh Coats-f- ull Silk lined; worth $16.50 and $17.50. 9FF. Children's all wool Shepherd Check Coats: ages 3 to 8 years. CojJ.ta;. ma(lQ $6 75 or Ladies Ideal fr 4 ft-- : 14 tM ONE-FOURT- assorted styles. OFF-- 75 Men's Urn-brells- s, ft ft' ft