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451 you remember
how you felt in the
mornings when you
were a hnv T r
good it was to begin
aiicwaayi How hun
gry you came to
Die How tired you
went to bed How
soundly you slept
Dont you find your
self saying some-
Qmes how I wish I
could get up like
that boy eager for
the day and feeling
fit for it And then
dont you turn away
wtli a siph no if
uiish were itn
possible of fulfill
ment and start on
the new days
journey tired
at the outset
Its not im
possible to get
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back that glad boyish feeling again
onlymgans getting back health
Dr Ottos Spruce Gum Balsam
It I
Put
yourWoniach in order and see how soon
your sleep will be dreamless your rest
sound your anoetite heartv and vour
wont a pleasure rue Dest remedy tor
all ailments of the stomach and nutritive
organs is Dr Pierces Golden Medical
Discovery Try it and join tha great
army of sick people made well by its use
Nothing is just as good If you
go for Discovery get Discovery
The praise I would like lo give Golden
Medical Discovery I cannot utter In words or
describe with pen writes James B Ambrose
Esq ofiaosH Mifflin St Huntingdon Pa I
was taken down with what our physician said
was Indigestion I doctored with the best
around here and found no relief1 I wrote you
and you sent me a question blank to fill out and
I did so and you then advised me to use Dr
Pierces Golden Medical Discovery I took
three bottles and I felt so good that I stopped
being as I think cured I have no symptoms
of gastric trouble or indigestion now
Dr Pierces Common Sense Medical
Adviser is sent free on receipt of stamps
to pay expense of mailing only Send
21 one cent stamps for the paper covered
book or 31 stamps for the cloth bound
The noblest study of mankind in
mjjj but his favorite study is
woman
Apttysictan can prescribe Dr Otto3 Spruce
uura uaisam The Formula la on the package
Cures your Cough In a day Very pleasant to
take Children cry for t Largo size bottles
Price 25c and 50c
For a beautiful Complexion Use Dr
Carlstedts German Liver Powder
For sale by
Anderson Fowler
Trhty gypsies passed through
the Pennyrile last week en route to
the conclave of Romany tribes at
Chicago
Another Cuso of Ilhoumnttsm Cured
by
- Cbmuberlalns Fain ltalin
My son was afflicted with rheuma
tism which contracted his right limb
4HJtilhewas unnble to walk After
usTcg one and a half bottles of Cham
betvalns Pain Balm he was able to be
about agdin I can heartily recom
mend it to persons Buffering from
rheumatism -John Snideb Freed
Jlhoun Co W Va For sale by R
CIlardwick Druggist
The old time fiddlers contest a
Paducah will draw ancient per
formers from many sections
Kokomolnd April 11809
I cau sy without fear of successful
contradiction that Dr J McLeans
Liver and Kidney Balm is the best
medicine I have ever used for kidney
and liver troubles I suffered for five
years and bad about despaired of ob
taining relief when yonr Liver and
Kidney Balm was recommended to
me In it I found the desired relief
J H Abnett For Bale by C K
Wvly Hopkinsville Ky
William Payne a young man of
Skinnersburg Scott county lias
smallpox
m
Sour Btomach fullness after eating
flatulence are caused by inperfect
getioii Prioklev Asn Bitters cor
rects the disorder at once drives out
badlv diorested food and tones the
stomach liver and bowelB
SLANDERED YEARS AGO
Indiana Woman Asks for Damages
on an Old Score
Crawfordsville Ind May 9 A
very peculiar slander suit has been
filed in the Montgomery Circuit
Court and as the parties are people
of prominence great interest uttaches
JWiss Emily Cox a 50 year old spin
ster and daughter of William Cox a
local millionaire hug 9ued John T
McCain for SlOOGO damages for a
story which has been in circulatiou
for over twenty years but which
strange to relate lmsTouly just come
tQRhe ears ot the uox launiy
rly in the seventies itwarelaUd
t Mibs Cox aud a preachor named
truiu had love unwisbly aud that
it visit Mifea Cox had made in Iowa
luifl liHen born and farmed out
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course as nmv jjuomcu uu mcBiuijr
old aud was rarely repeated
W but a few weeks ago it was given now
life by the report that a hue young
man had arrived from Iowa and bad
been received by Mis3 Cox as her eon
Then the CoxeH heard the stoiy and
Jbegan an investigation It was found
that McCain had given the story cur
rency and had vouched for its truth
He fearing a suit transferred hip pro
perty worth 25000to his brother ili
law only last Saturday butiu tbcouv
plaint it isasked that the court set tho
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OLD BUCK MAMMY
Good Old Souls Now Passing
And Soon They Will Be No
More
A Vestige That Forms a Link Be-
tween What Was And
What is
Of all the lingering vestiges of the
South as it was before the war
none is held as dear by true South
erners as the old negro mammies
and the passing away of the dear
ole creatures is as much regretted
as the passing of the South s war
heroes When the black mammies
are all gone then indeed will the
anie bellumiSouthnbe laCmemory
When they go they go forever The
class becomes extinct and not all
thewealth and the art and the craft
of this world can replace them or the
conditions thatmade them
Instead of the pure old negress
who loved the children she nursed
better than she loved her life the
South for years to come will have a
negress with a smattering of educa
tion and a false idea of her position
One who will long for social equal
ity and who will not realize that
were her skin white she would not
even be possessed 01 tne tuieuis
instincts breeding or learning to
socially equal any but the lowest
class of whites
Of course every Southerner knows
what the black mammy is and near
ly every Northernerknows too but
for the benefit of those who do not
know it is well to explain that she
is the old slave who nursed the chil
dren who quarreled with them in
her noisy garrulous way arid then
took advantage of the liberties she
was always given and quarreled
with the mother if she attempted to
chastise them She is the old ne
gress who hated those of her race
who left the plantation when war
was under way and then returned
with the blue coated soldiers of the
North and showed them where the
family horses were hidden in the
woods and swamps and where the
mites of meat and flour were hidden
She is the old creature who stayed
by the famil the women and the
children when the husband and
the brothers were away and when
the larder was so depleted that she
felt it a sin to eat anything but a
few scraps for fear of depriving
missus an dechillun She is the
old woman on whose shoulder her
young missus put her dear head
and wept when the awful news that
marster had been killed came to
the family Thats the black mam
my who now forms a link between
what is and what was and who
will soon close her faithful eyes and
sink away into that long- sweet
sleep which comes to the just and
righteous when the death
angel
calls
Mnnv of the black mammies of
to day stayed with their white
iokes after the war and then
when missus died went with
young missus She is as loyal
to her family and as proud of it as
is the familys noblest scion Ex
change
RENOVATION OF THE SOIL
The Cow Pea the Cheapest Source
of Nitrogen Available by the
Southern Planter
For many years the cow pea has
been used in the south to reprevnote
the soil by our best farmers Of
course the story of them is old but
there are so many new farmers
coming on each year and so many
who have to have line upon line
and precept upon precept that it
seems necessary to tell often of the
benefits to be derived trom the cow
pea
Ournorthern farmers are waking
up to the advantage to be gained
by planting this valuable crop
thoUgh the seedljavC to be imported
from the south each year The pea
crop is valuable to the farmer in
three ways
1 It is one of the best of feeds
cither cut or hay or allowed to ma
ture and the seed used for feed It
is very rich in nitrogen and in fact
is rich in all the nutrients Cut
just at the proper time and nicely
cured it makes a perfect food
I have seen mules doing hard
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The Lexington street frail way
and the Hercules ice plant have
been sold to a Richmond Va syn
dicate
There is no smallpox in Nelson
county as was recently stated
Summer Excursion Rates
Cotmneucing May 15th anlt con
tinuing until Sept iiOth the llliuois
Central R R will sell round trip
tickets no follows
Cerulean Springs SOc
Dawsou Spruigs 170
Crittenden Springs 325
Qrayson Springs 5530
plowing kept in splendid condition Return limit 90 days from aate of
Jed pn nothing1 but pea vine hay Uale hut not to exceed Oct 8lst
t r y i 4 I v
The peas ground up into meal
makes a most excellent food for
milk cows when feed in connection
with other food not so concentrated
To be convinced that it is one of
our best feeds one needs but t try
it
The mechanical effect of a pea
crop on the soil is very valuable
No crop loosens up the soil and
makes it so porous and light as the
pea crop sowed broadcast There
is a dense mat of the roots that fill
the soil and when they rot they
leave the soil a perfect net work of
little channels or canals
These allow the water to soak in
the soil freely and serve to drain
the soil by causing the water to
sink down and pass outthrough the
subsoil which of course is the ideal
condition for many reasons
It not only aids in drainage but
in working the soil the next season
Every one knows who has worked a
crop after peas that the soil is in
the best possible condition
3 Th3 chemical effect on the soil
for the succeeding crops is unsur
passed
Whether to cut the crop or turn
it under is a question that will
have to be decided by each individ
ual farmer and he will of course be
governed by the richness ot the
soil what crop he wishes to follow
the peas and by the value of hay
in his section and amount of stock
on hand
To illustrate if the farmer has
no stock and could get but little for
the hay if cut and sold then it would
pay to turn the crop under but if he
has stock that could furnish a home
market for his hay then it would
pay and pay well to cut and feed to
them If the land is very thin and
quite a distance from the barn it
might pay then to leave fthe pea
crop on landJ
My advice however is to cut and
feed if possible as we then get a
double benefit
If sown for hay they should be
put in broadcast if for seed then
the best results are obtained form
sowing thicken drills about three
feet apart and cultivating Sow
two bushels per acre it broadcast
and one peckif in drills As to the
value of the pea crop from the che
mical standpoint or as food for the
succeeding crop it can not be sur
passed That it is one of the best
of ni rogen gatherers can be proven
by looking on the roots of a good
healthy vine Hundreds of tuber
cles will be seen andupou examina
tion by a microscope these will be
found to be the habitation of hun
dreds of myriads of colonies of bac
teria who possess the peculiar fac
ulty of taking up free nitrogen and
storing it up as plantfood This
of course is readily available for
the next crop matters not what
that next crop may be
The rest of the plant is very rich
in three elements usually contained
in afertilizer Nitrogen phosphorus
and potash
It is so rich in nitrogen that on
good loamy soil that element is
usually left out of the fertilizer that
is applied to that soil next vear
especially as it costs more per
pound than the other two combined
So where a pea crop has been
turned under or even where a good
pea stubble has been turned under
it will be economy to simply use a
phosphorus and potash fertilizer
This formula I would suggest
about two parts of phosphorus to
two parts of potash Say 300
pounds of 1 acid phosphate and 200
pounds kainit per acre
This mixture usedonour ordinary
crops after a good pea crop will be
found very beneficial Put in plen
ty of phosphorus and potash and
the previous pea crop will do the
rest
My favorite varieties are the
Black or Stock pea Unknown Clay
Speckle or Whippoorwill
Try a crop one time and you will
continue to grow the bestof food and
finest of land renovators B Irby
in Farm and Ranch
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are faulty or get clogged it
soon becomes so foul that life
is not safe in it That is just
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Liver or Kidneys fait in their
work The first little signs are
backache poor appetite changes
in urine and sometimes bowel
troubles and dropsical swellings
Do not neglect any of these
Deadly disorders may follow
STOP the mischief in time use
IMIMeans
which is sure to bring speedy re
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UIKCUIT COUItT UIKKUTUKY
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hree weeks Monday lu May teira two
ffeekg first Monday In Septembei tem three
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our weeks I nrth Monday In rteptcraber
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G H TANDY
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Office over Kellys jewelry store
HOPKINSVILLE KY
RNDIIEW SARGENT M D
Physician aud Surgeon
IIopklnentleKy
Ofllce Fifth and Main streets opposite Cltj
OourtRoom
Telephone OmcenI 3 1 Keldence 3 1
JasI Liiudes Jaa B Allensworth
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Barbers
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Kspeolalattentlou to patrons clean Linen
flitliifaotary service Cal andbccouvluccd
So far 11 Negroes have been
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inputs Stone Steps Sills Etc
All kinds of Job Work in my line
properly and promptly attended to
such us Grates Flues and Chimueysj
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Telephone 129 3 Hopkinsville Ky
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