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Hopkinsville Kentuckian. (Hopkinsville, Ky.) 1889-1918, December 05, 1905, Image 7

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I No 51St L Express 518 p m
No 53St L Fast Mail 900 a m
No 93C N 0 Lim 1150 p m
No 55Hopkinsville Ac 640 a m
No 52 and 54 connect at St Louis for
points west
No 51 connects at Guthrie for Memphis Lib
r p olnti as far south as Erin and for Loulsvill
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f No S3 and S5 make direct connection at Gut 1
tie for Louisville Cincinnati and all point
I north and east thereof No 53 and 55 also air
ncct or Memphis and way points
r No 92 runs through to Chicago and will no
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r Also carries through sleepers ta St Louis
No 9J through sleepers to Atlanta Macoi
Jacltsonvllle St Augustine and Tampa PJj
Also Pullman i leepers to New Orleans Con
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I will on Wednesday December
6 1905 oh my premises near Julien
sell to the highest bidder the follow
ing property Eight work mules and
horses lot of cattle and hogs Farm
ting implements Some household
furniturQ Lot of hay and corn
> Terms made known on day of sale
V Sale will begin promptly at 10 oclock
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DESERT WONT BLOOM
Million Acres in California Given
Over td Alkali and Snakesr Says
Ifrisco Contemporary
On June 16 1008 1000000 acres
of land in California wore thrown
open to entry This maybe tn1ten
up eithor untleithe deKefMjM
net or as hotftsteads in f h re
tracts ilhIstrip struhhe J
from MOjflV lI the ColdraaiS riv
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settlers to At this land alone
There is ttMm deal of talk bouti
UmaldngW pesert bloc js the
loaar sBme deserts btqfaoni
but not this one Nobody > yall ever
do more for this desert than
Mother Nature has doncr y
The only blooming nature has
brought about there is that its
freckled bosom blossoms with
lar e alkali pustules or pimples
punctuated with sage s Q rush and
cactus tlThis sums up the flora of
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the new promised land
The fauna include jack rab
bits horned toads Gila tno i Btcrs
and venomous snakest v
Thd soil is coarse gravel arid on
t i1 6f the coarsegravel there fs a
fi ite alkali powder which when the
wind blowsand the wind blows
often sweeps overvthe scorching
and barren land like the dreaded
sand storms of the Sahara which
by the way they much resemble
Even far to the southwest
across the lofty mountain ranges
these desert sandstorms some
times sweep reaching the favored
dwellers in southern California in
the midst of their orange groves
Even this distant touch of the des
ert winds causes trees to wither
grass to scorch and men and ani
male to suffer keenly
Over this dreadful desert the
sun moves like a ball of fire across
a sky of brass Rarely does a
cloud break the intensity of its
pitiless rays
Those credulous persons who
may believe that this is the kind of
a desert which by irrigation may
be turned into a garden are
doomed to disappointment There
ib no water on this desert strip
The waters of the Colorado may
be led on the lands of the Yuma
desert but that is far lower in lev
thism
Mojave strip is at an elevation of
2000 or 3000 feet
As for artesian water the writ
er personally knows of one well
1which was bored for nearly 2000
feet ending in igneous rock and
producing nothing but profanity
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this barren land would be the dis
covery of precious metals They
may exist there We do not say
they cannot be found But we
know that the land has been pros
pected by experienced miners for
half a century
If a tenderfoot can find a gold
mine where an old California min
er fails he is a smart tenderfoot
But we doubt his success
We warn all eastern people not
to be deluded by false even by
well meaning representations
concerning this strip of land be I
tween Mojave and the Colorado
river It is strewn with the skel
etons of prospectors the bones of
animals It is a place of skulls
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NJ Opium in Chamberlains
Cough Remedy N
There is not the least danger in
IThere ChamberUI Cough Remedy
to small children as it contains no
opium or other harmful drug It has
an established reputation of more
than thirty years as the must suc
cessful medicine in use for colds
croup and whooping cough It al
ways cures and is pleasant to take
Children like it Sold by L L Elgin
and Anderson Fowler uptodate
uptodatedruggists
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fMrs Ed Kuhn of Oxford made a
crippjg for life in a runaway ace
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Dining a la Carte
In few Cafe Cars
To Indianapolis and Chicago
Over Pennsylvania Short Line
onlyfor
for what you order New cafe car
Speciald
leaving Louisville 820 a m daily
arriving Indianapolis 11 3Q a m
Chicago 530 pm Private room
sleeping car In train leaving Louisr
vile SJS p m arriving IndianolUi
1135 p m Chicago 710 Further
information given Dy C H Hagerty
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widely recognized as they possess
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system froth that poison Elegantly
sugar coated
Pake No Substitute
gOne hundred ndditfbhS to First
Baptist church at Lcxihgtgin during
recent revival
King of Cough Medicines
Mr E G Case a nail carrier of
Canton Center Con who has been
in the U S service for about 16
years says We have tried many
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king of all and one to be relied upon
every time We also find it the best I
remedy for coughs and colds giviig
certain results and leaving no bad I
after effects We arc neve > without
iwithoutitinthehouse
Elgin and Anderson Fowler up
todate druggists at Hopkinsville >
James Sweet and wi ej < > f Plumville
parents of thirteen children last one
b0rriSunday and all thrifty oneI
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As soon as the child is done nurs
ing apply Chamberlains Salve Wipe
it off with a soft cloth jjefbre allow
ing the child to nurse Many trained
nUrses use this with the be results
Price 25c per box For saleaby L L
Elgin and Anderson Fowler up
todate druggists at Hopkinsville
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R T Warnock farmer of Tygart
despondent over financial matters
blew his brains out
Water Cure for Constipation
Half a pint of hot water taken
half an hour before breakfast willI
usually keep the bowels regular t
Harsh cathartics should be avoided
When a purgative is needed talpt
Chamberlains Stomach and Liver J
Tablets They are mild and gentle J
in their action For sale by L L
Elgin and Anderson Fowler the
uptodate druggists at Hopkinsville
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Ballroom of Capitol Hotel Frank
fort converted into sleeping apart
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Croup
Not a minute should be lost When 1 1
a child shows symptoms of croup
Chamberlains Cough Remedy given I
as soon as the child becomes hoarsec
or even after the croupy cough ap
pears will prevent the attack ItI
never fails and is pleasant and safe
to take Fo sale by Anderson Fow
ler and L L Elgin uptodate drug
gists at Hopkinsville
Thirteen road supervisors in Ken
ton county dropped from payroll by
County Judge Stephens
Heart Fluttering
Undigested food and gas in the
stomach located just below the
heart presses against it and causes
heart palpitation When your heart
troubles you in that way take Her I
bine for a few days You will soon
byCook
Cook Higgins
Rumors that Republic iron and
steel mill at Covingtonwould cease
operation denied
Cured Paralysis
W F Baily P OTrue Texas
writes My wife had been suffering
ing five yearswith paralysis in her
arm when I was persuaded to use
Ballards Snow Liniment which
eured her all right I have also used
it for old sores frostbites and skin
eruptions It does the work Sold
by Cook Higgins
Proposed electric line from Paris
to Mt Sterling via North Middle
townNeglected
Neglected colds make fat grave
yards Dr Woods Norway Pine
Syrup helps mien and women to a
happy vigorous old age
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B earl the ThB Kind You Have Always Bought
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Kentucky has 218 appointments in
the departments at Washington
Women love a clear healthy com
Pure blood makes it Burdock
dock Blood Bitters makes pure
pureblood
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A move made to abolish office of
Health Officer at Paducah V
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Bqdily pain loses its terror jf you IVC
a bottle of Dr Thomas Eclectric Oil
in the house Instant relief in cases
of burnsr sprains accidents of any
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Jnv jJJrIJfEl Completed tbf Era
adpt M1hUmohtf Entrance
f Old CambrfugoMannron
The rf tmtrlojlo spirit Which linda expression
presiifii more and more in this coun
try fh tho enaction of suitable memor
Isla and monuments 16 mark the his
torlc spats + tho sacred ground where
African hltuqry bas bofin made is
most cbmrnendttble am fortunate tori
Jt Will perpetuate the memory at
c fit W fcfofi otherwise might be foN
gotten and fix < definitely the location
of places within In years to come would
perhaps be difficult to point out with
certainty Splendid wofk III this fits
rection has been done by the various
states lid placing markers and monu
monte Upon the famous battlejlelds oil
the tbiii try and other places of hlsn
torte note are being designated by suit
able i tablet monument or arch from
time to time
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The national society 6f the Daugh
ters of the American Revolution liavd
been specially Interested In seeing
that places of revolutionary fame were
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properly recognized and marked and
their latest endeavor In this direction
Is the proposal to erect a memorial
arch at one of the entrances of the
old common at Cambridge Mass
Where Gen Washington took command
of the continental army When the
plans were first presented to Mayor
Daly of Cambridge the proposed site
for the arch was at the entrance near
the historic Washington elm but after
the various committees were consulted
In the matter the site was changed to
the Intersection of Gardner street and
Massachusetts avenue very nearly op
posite Christ church
The pjan for the arch Is suggestive
of colonial architecture flanked on
either side by low walls that form a
recess On each of the side walls are
tow stone seats Between the two
large gateposts is a wrought iron
arch having in the center the seal
of Massachusetts
MassachusettsThe
The arch will cover an area of 30
feet in length and ten feet In depth
The gate opening is about eight feet
and the arch will be 15 feet high
On the walls at either side of the
gateposts there will be two handsome
bronze tablets setting forth the pur
pose of the memorial On one tablet
Is the seal of the society and figures
representing Justice and Prosperity
with the inscription Near this spot I
Washington took command of the con I
tinental army July 5 1776 Erected
by the Daughters of tho Revolution I
the date to be added The other
tablet has a portrait of Washington
with the continental flags and figures
representing peace and war +
The total cost of the arch is ex
petted to amount to something likeI
5000 and already over 1000 has y
been raised The members of the so I
clety in all parts of the country baveI
undertaken the raising of the neces a
sary amount as part of their patriotic
work for the year
The work of construction has beenI
placed In the hands of Mr W P Hear
THE COMMEMORATIVE TABLETS
don of Quincy the architect being Mr
F J Untersee of Boston Mr Reardou
is best known perhaps through the
Valley Forge memorial which was ex
ecuted by him a few years ago with
great satisfaction to the organization
and for Its artlstJo excellency attract
ed widespread injarost
The Ideh of thja arch was suggested
to the national society of the Daugh
ters of the American Revolution by
Mrs Adeline F Fitz regent of the
state society of Massachusetts some
time last December
The reasons presented by Mrs Flu
were those U was in New England
the American revolution had its birth
It was In Cambridge that Washington
took command pf the American army I
whose integrity skill and undaunted
patriotism accomplished our country
freedom
Again we feel said Mrs Fitz
that to place a memorial In a com
t munity where thousands would gather
Inspiration and 4 thousands of visitor
from all lands revere the deeds of the
founders of our republic at the birth
place of freedom would be a glorlouf
accomplishment for our Bijclety
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ohms who have tested it in the more
aggravated and obstinate cases which
had baffled their aklll prove it tb
bo tho most wonderful remedy over
devised for the rehof and cure of But
fering women It is not recommended
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specific for womans peculiar ailments
So uniform are the results which follow
the use of this remarkable remedy that
Jt can bo truly affirmed ofU Favorite
Prescription 11 thnl > ft always helps aM
almost alWays cures JNinetyeignt per
cent of tho woman who givo this medl
cine a fair and faithful trial arc cured
and remain gurod 1
It is a powerful Invigorating tonic
imparting health and strength to the
womb and its appendages The locallV
womanly health Is so Intimately related
to the general health that when diseases
of tho delicate womanly organs aji
cured tho whole body gains in beaU
and strength For weak and sickl
women who BroIt wornout U run
down u or debilitated especially forx
women who work in store office of y
schoolroom who sit nt thq typewriter
or sewing machine or bear heavy house
hold burdens Doctor PIerces Favorite
Prescription will prove priceless bone +
fit because of its healthrestoring and
strengthgiving power
Dn R y rUmor fiuffalo N Y
with 1r trI suffdrcd for nearly thrOe yowm
with Irregular tloa which brought on severe
Olwlnoss and frequent sick hoadachos with
very severe boarlngdown pains I became
nervous and Irritable dreaded this nights as
I would toss about and was not able to get a
rood nights rest This condition was com
bottles
tles of Favorite Prescription I seemed
to Dozen lIfo and Btreneth and after using
a dozen bottles I felt younger and better
than I lead for years and became porfectlyj j
regular I gladly recommend Parorltili
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Miss ELOUISK QAnnwnn
OAamgnnt44
644 6th Street Salem Oregon
A sure and permanent cure for con
stipation is Dr Pierces Pellets Ono
II Pellet ia a gentle laxative two fa
mild cathartic
Dont allow the dealer to insult your
remedyto
to you instead of this wellknown prep
aratlon of Dr Pierce Ten chances to
one he will substitute a cheap compound
having a large percentage of alcohol
All Ostrich foods
From 5 to 10 at
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SHAfi5 AT 25c
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Hats for 100
Miss Fannie B Rogers a I
210 South Main SL Phone 6631
Endorsed on the Back
with your name checks
paid to you can be de
posited and immediately
credited to your account
as money That is if you
have a bank account If
you have not you must
hustle around to get the
cash from some friend
who has And even he
may not be always able
or willing to oblige Why
not have a bank account
of your own Start one in
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
and be independent Tho process is very simple The advan
tage are very manyy
INTEREST PAID on TIME CERTIFICATES of DEPOSIT
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IDOYOUTake Quhine
Its 10 to 1 you do if you ore a victim
of malaria
malariaDont
Dont Do It Its Dangerous
Well admit it will euro malaria but ifcJeavos
almost deadly after effects
HERDI4Eis
is purely vegetable and absolutely guaranteed
to euro malaria sick headache biliousness
and all stomach kidney and liver complaints
TRY IT TODAY
50 Cents ev Bottle Alt Druggists
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For Sale by Cook Higp C NnrrkinsvilleICy
The L E St L tty
Three trains daily between Henderson Owensboro
Louisville and points East Excellent connections in
Louisville for Frankfort Lexington Cincinnati Iud
Eastern cities Elegant equipments on all trains Par
1 lor cars on day trains Pullman Vestibuled Sleepers
onnight trains
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