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What to Give for Christmas s
Il A Few Suggestions
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Temple of
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Fashion
We all prefer useful pres
ents What is more useful
than wearing apparel
flats as a Gift
We have a beautiful line
of Pattern and Full Dress
Hats which we offer from
now until Dec 25th for
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Half
HalfPrice
S Price
All Millinery Accessories OneFourth Off Neckwear faultless in
Style attractive in effect 25c to 500 Handbags Purses Neck Chains l
Beauty Pins Handkerchiefs and numerous other articles Combs and
Hair Ornaments newest and best in town 25c to 250 Belts of all kind s I
25c to 250 Embroidery Materials Laundry Bags Pillow Tops Table I
Covers quality and design not to be found elsewhere Choicest styles and
best values It will be to your interest to See our highclass Hats now at
HalfPrice and our line of Xmas goods
Temple of Fashion
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L HOPKINSYILLES GREATEST MILLINERY HOUSE
i Petre Tailoring Co
Corner of 9th Virginia Sts Rooms 1 2
Makers of
Stylish Garments
19 AT POPULAR PRIGS
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WHIPS IN THE PARLIAM T >
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ThisrOttdce JEtttalla WeAt Salary ttnd
I Dttty Is to Bring Party Together
At the Crucial Time
Whim private affairs or other
mutters make it impossible far
our lawmakers to attend to thfifr
duties in house or senate a fC pttitf
is made put tyith a member of the
opposition alai filed with the clerk
This acts to preserve the bnltfticcr
of the majority since one vote
from eaclil aisle 13 taken aw y jThc
motto itf enflroly one of jrs6nn
arrangement and the clerks oriljj I
dutyis to reo6rd the fact
i ill parliament tlierq is an ofi
flciat to prepare these pairs and
to act as NvJHP for his party th < 3
pltilce carrying with it a salary OJ
10000 us patronage secretary l
The parlfaniedtary whip i
something more ifcan an arranger
of pairs however for his chief
duty lies in teeing that all menu ij
bets of his party are present
when there is likely to be anyj
need of their vote and for thisj
purpose he sends out through his i I
assistants notices in which tli It
Importance Of the events to tom I
is shown by the number of under 4
scored lines used j
iA one line whip wherein tijijW
subject of debate and other inf oj
mation are underscored but intQI I
is not regarded as being partiqif
Ylady pressing but a twoline wliw
commands attention and a whI
line whip means that the recipient
who absents himself is liable tb
find himself in disfavor with tmff
party Four lines are Used only n r
announcing grout events and ljII t
one who receives the occasions F
fiveline whip would think of re
maining away unless ill in bed
In parliament pairing is a mat
ter arranged by the whips of UHf
opposing parties and not by thoso
who seek to escape their duties
At times there are humorous mis
takes made as each seeks to pair
off some one who would in any
event remain away The most
notable case was one wherein a
man abed with a broken leg was
paired with a member who had
just died each whip gloating over
his cleverness until the facts came
to light
In Praise of Chamberlains s
Cough Remedy
There is no other medicine man
ufactured that has received so much
praise and so many expressions of
gratitude as Chamberlains Cough
Remedy It is effective and prompt
relief follows its use Grateful par
ents everywhere do not hesitate to
testify to its merits for the benefit
of others It is a certain cure for
croup and will prevent the attack if
given at the first appearance of the
disease It is especially adapted to
children as it is pleasant to take and
contains nothing injurious Mr E
Humphreys a well known resident
and clerk in the store of M E Lock
of Alice Cape Colony S F says
I have used Chamberlains Cough
Remedy to ward off croup and col I
in my family I found it to be very
satisfactory and it gives me pleasure
to recommend it For sale by L
L Elgin and Anderson Fowler
uptodate druggist at Hopkinsville
C A Kelton wellknown railroad
man dead at Richmond
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Hear theThe Kind You Have Always Boight
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Barber tobacco plant at Carrol ton
sold to American Tobacco Co
Travel in Luxury
On The New York Limited
Over Pennsylvania Short Line
By lea lag Louisville 330pm daily
passengers ride in The New York
Limited with baths barber
ladies maid library train stenog
rapher observation on daylight
run over Allegheny Mountains
Arrive New York 5 30 p m Buffet
parlor car connection arrive Wash
ington 500 p m For illustrated
booklet write to C H Hagerty Dis
trict Passenger Agent Louisville
Ky
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Holiday Rates
The I Ct R R will make special
rates account of Christmas Holidays
as followsI
followsRate
Rate one and one third fare plus
Twentyfive cents Date of sale Dec
22v23 24 25 30 31st and Jan 1st I
1906 good until Jan 4th 1906I
J B MALLON Agt
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The Louisville and Nashville rail 1
road company will place on sale Dec I
22 23 24 25 30 31 and Jan 1 I 1
tickets at one and onethird fare
plus 25c for round trip to all points
pn their system Tickets will be I
goo returning until Jan 4
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STATISTICS l
What They Show Concerning
Poising in This Country V 9
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rOHACIGO Doc 22Whsre are
the tens of thouBandg of persons who
are alleged to ba thQ victims opal
pit medecinos That they do n0t afc C
at ut alibis the conclusion Jiachjil I
III Y u < liji igO statistianh Who l nl cold
iltd flgflres relating to thoMuryo r
oath of persons from the usjjor a k
jidental misuse of drugslpoisons
and medicines Vi <
It has been charged by one or two
astern magazines that patent
medicines are injuring those Who use
hem and as these statements are
> o be used as the basis of the argu
nents to be made for the passage at 4
he next legislative session of laws I I
prohibited the sale of these mpdi
tines the figures of the Chicago i
Statistical are of unusual interest
and importance >
i That less than onetwentieth as
asI
Ki2y Persons are injured by the use
fef all patent medicines of which
rre has been possible to learn the trade
name or the name of the manufac
hirer as are injured by carbolic acid
alone is one of the facts proven
I Carbolic acid is not included in theI
ICarbolic denunciations of ready to
use remedies however probably for
the reason that it does not enter into
Competition with the regular school
tof medicine as do the patent med
icines The complaint > covers 697
cases reported in the newspapers of
the county during the period be
gtlween Aug 15 and Nov 1 As the
Services of four clipping bureaus
were engaged to furnish clippings of
cases of poisoning there is reason
able assurance that practically every
poisoning case that has occurred in
that time has entered into the com
pilation
None of the 697 cases is a case of
Luicide or attempted suicide or a
case wherein a drug or poison was
tised with criminal intent The cases
are actually those of accidental
poisoning or poisoning from the use
or accidental misuse of medicines
drugs or poisons Of these cases 292
were fatal to 191 being fatal to
adults and 101 to children Forty
crises were of alleged malpractice
eleven of which were fatal and 21 of
which involved criminal operations
Six were cases involving patent
medicines the trade name of which
could be learned by diligent injury
fFive of these cases were fatal
Four were cases where overdoses
had been taken three were cases
fitwhere the preparations had been
ortaUn by mistake for other medicines
and the rest were cases where the
medicines had been left within reach
oof children who childlike ate or
drank the contents of package a r
bottle There is not a recorded
case where injury was caused by user
according to directions of patent
dsmedicines but there are recorded
IYcases where perscriptions have been
written or filled wrongi
In 212 of the 697 cases the wrong
medicine was taken or poison was
taken in mistake for medicine In
208 cases bottles were left within the
reach of children and in 96 cases
overdoses were taken by mistake
= Carbolic acid figured in 141 of the
cases or in one case in every five
it was fatal in 52 cases Of these
32 were adults and 20 children
It was taken by mistake for other
medicine 85 times and left within
the reach of children 48 times It
was administered by mistake of
nurse three times one old gentle
man carrying a bottle of it fell
breaking the bottle the contents of
which seriously bruised him One
Ielittle girl in play rubbed it on the
face of her playmates all being
seriously burned
Morphine ranked second with 66
cases 46 of which were fatal 38 to
tiadults and 8 to children It was tak
en by mistake 6 times and left with
in reach of children 20 times Over
doses were taken 40 times 23 of the
victims being habitues It was ad
ministered by medical student three
timesLaudanum
Laudanum ranked third with 43
cases 16 of which were fatal 12 to
adults and 4 to children It was
taken by mistake 16 times left with
in reach of children 10 times and
overdoses were taken 17 times
Strychnine ranked fourth with 24
cases 15 being fatal 5 to adults and
10 to children It was taken by mis
take 7 times left within reach of
d
children 16 times and administered
by mistake of parent once
Ammonia ranked fifth with 14 cas I
esnon0 of which however was fatal
It was taken by mistake for rued
1A
x
iclno 10 times and left within reach
of children 4 times
Three deaths are attributed to the
use of bay rum as a beverage and
deaths nearly twice as many nJjI
are traceable to patent medecine I
were caused by the use of Florida
water as a beverage
Fly poio fiRurei in 15 cares and
caused dot in 5 alone being res
ponsible fffl moro than twice as
mangy carCa das many deaths as all
medicinesr
Lye in tlloperiod covdred by the
697 cases was taken by mistake for
medicine five times and left within
reach of children eight times the
use of it being responsible for three
deaths In the same time there were
34 cases of ptomaine poisoning re
suiting in nmedeaths reI
ePractically every known poison
enters into the 697 cases and the
figures shown conclusively that pat
ent medicines while they are prob
ably ahead in the number of times
used in the average household are
way behind when it comes to poison
ing or injuring those who use or ac
cidentally misuse them
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and 21 Dec 5 and 19 To points in
the Southwest via Cairo or Memphis
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Jas B Allenswortli
AttorneyatLaw
Will practice in the courts cf Christian and
idjoinlnp counties Special attention to calico
dons and bankruptcy proceeding
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Will practice in all the Courts
seEARL BRADLEY
Painter and Paper Hanger
Satisfaction Guaranteed
Cumb Phone 715 East Ninth St
HOPKINSVILLE KENTUCKY
nnL N TIME TABLE
TRAINS GOING NORTH
No 52St Louis Express 941 a m
No 54St L Fast Mail 1020 pm
No 92C St L Lim 600 a m
No 56Hopkinsville Ac 845 1p m
TRAINS GOING SOUTH
No 51St L Express 518 p m
No 53St L Fast Mail 600 a m
No 93C N 0 Lim 1150 p m
No 55 Hopkinsville Ac 640 a m
No 52 and f 4 connect at St Louis for
forhe j +
7No 51 connects at Guthrie for Memphis Lin
torn LoulnYlUa
Cincinnati and the East t
No 53 and 55 make direct connection at Guth <
rle for Louisville Cincinnati and all point j 3
north and east thereof No 53 and 55 also coai
rat for Wemphh and way points J >
No 92 runs through to Chicago and will not
carry passengers to points South of EvansTlllO
Also carries through sleepers ta St Loul j j V
No 93 through sleepers to Atlanta Macs t
JackBonvllle St Augustine and Tampa Fla >
Coxf
nects at Guthrie for points East and West NJI
93 will not carry local passengers for points Nop
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For Hofflose8ers
Cheapest rates yetless than on
poimin
in the Southwest Go via Memph
or Cairo and Cotton Belt Route i
Dates of cheap rates Oct 3 and lT
Nov 7 and 21 Dec 5 and 19
Finest time to visit the South
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