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L. & N.
.Time Card No. ili !
'Effective Sunday April 30, 1911.
TRAINS GOING SOUTH.
93 C. AN 0. Lim. 11:56 p. m
JN. 61 St. L. Express 6:35 p. n
Io. 91 Evansvilie Ac. 10:05 a. m
'Na. 96. Dixie Flyer, 9:01 a. m
N. 55 Hopkinsville Ac. 7:05 a. ic
icm. .Do sc. u. rase raau o:3 a. a.
TRAINS GOING NORTH.
f. 92 C. & St. L. Lim., 5:25 a. rr
N. 62 St. Loms ilxprtsss, 9:53 a n
dtfo. 90 -EvanavilleAc. 4:15.'p. m.
No 94 -Dixie Flyer, 6:27 p. m
No. 66 Hopkinsville Ac. 8:55 p. m
No Zl -St.L. Fast Mail, 10:20 p.tn
Noa. 95 and 94 will make Nos. 90
nd 91 's stops except 94 will not stop
at Mannington and No. 95 will
not stop at Mannington or Empire
TJHo. tt and 54 connect at St. Lonla ind otbe
Xo. 51 connects at Guthrie lor Memphlt lin
fotBta m far south as Erin and lor LooIitI
Cincinnati and the Exit.
No. 53 and 55 make direct conn at Gat
tie lor LoultTllle, Cincinnati and all point
man and eait thereol. No. 53 and 55 alto coi
wet tar tJcmpM. andway point.
o. n rum throifb to Chicago and will uo
rrry nasaenfera to point South of GTaniTlllr
No. 93 through deepen to Atlanta, Macro
JacktonTllle, St.Angnsttne an Tampa, PU
A.io Pullman aleepera to New Orleans. Con
vaect at Guthrie for points East and West. T
93 will net carry -ocil passentrers (or polti NorV
J. C. HOOE. Agt.
"Jfime Table No, 4 Taking Effec
Sunday. March 10. 1912
12 Leave Hopkinsville 6.30 a.m
Arrive Nashville... 9:45 a rr.
JNo. 14 Leave Hopkinsville 4:00 p n
Arrive Nashville...7:15 p n
WEST r yUND,
U Leave Nashville 8:05 an
Arrive Hopkinsville 11:20 a n
UNo 13 leave Nashville 5:00 p n
Arrive Hopkinsville 8:15 p.n
T L. .MORROW. Agent
The new exterminator for
Bed Bugs, Roaches, Ants and
all other insects. Not only
. kills and devours the bugs
but prevents the eggs frorr
hatcning. . Is convenient to
vuse. Does not run pr spread
fills the cracks. A posi
tive exterminator and pre
venative. Made by the
Anderson-Fo w 1 e r
,'Sold by Druggists and Groc
ers at 25c per bt. with Brush
A GOOD PLACE TO GO
When you come to town
bring the family and let
them see the show.
Matinee Daily 2 O'clock to 5:20
EVENING 7 TO 10:20
- 10 Cts
- - 5 Cts
WANTED AN HONEST OPINION
Client Made It Worth Lawyer's While
to Tell Him the Real Facte
. In the Cate.
'A client went into a lawyer's office
and said that he had a grievance
with his neighbor and wanted to go
to law. Hp stated all the circum
stances of the case and counsel list
ened attentively. Tho case fully stat
ed, tho client asked :
"Well, thoso are tho facts. Do
you think I'm in tho right safe
enough to win if I ao to law with
"If tho facts are as stated you cer
tainly have got a case. If I wore in
your case 1 should begin suit, an
swered the lawyer.
"And how much would your fee bo
for taking the case and pushing it
"Oh, I'll sec it through for you
for a hundred dollars.
The client produced from an in
side pocket a well-worn wallet, from
which he extracted a roll of bills and
peeled off one hundred dollars.
"There," said he, "that's yours
Ifs your fee. That's all you'd get
if you tried the case. Now, without
doing any work on it at all, just tell
me, honestly, whether I've got any
chance of winning the case."
HOW BIG' FISH ARE WEIGHED
Gloucester Shad Fisher Gives Tip
the Way the Trick Is Done
Down His Way.
Capt. Thomas Bennett, who man
ages the mile-long seme at the fa
mous Gloucester beach shad fisheries
in the Delaware, south of Philadel
phia, says most big fish are weighed
as a friend of his once was.
"lily friend," he states, "was tak
ing a walk one morning after a se
vere illness. As he trudged along
he saw an acquaintance, a coal deal
er, standing beside his .scales.
"'Just give me my weight, will
your asked my friend. L would
like to see how much my illness has
pulled me down.'
'"Weight, Bill,' called the dealer
to the clerk inside.
"'And then the clerk, thinking
that a ton of coal had been carted on
the platform, sang out: 'Twenty-
four hundred, just! "
The Madonna lily, which has been
cultivated in northern Europe since
1596, is indigenous to the Levant.
Moreover, its natural blooming time
there is ound about the average cel
ebration of Easter. No one knows,
of course, but it is not at all unlikely
that when the first Easter dawned
this lily was disclosing its lovely
white chalices in Palestine. If this
were not a substantial enough claim
for the Madonna lily, there is its
constant appearance jn religious
paintings and ecclesiastical decora
tions to show that it was, and is, the
church's sacred lily. It is, in fact, a
flower fairly steeped in religious
sentiment. Magazine Flowers.
The story is told by
man or a pretty young lauy whe
stepped into a music store in Spring
field, Mo., the other day. She
tripped up to the counter -where the
new clerk was assorting music, and
in the sweetest tones asked :
, "Have you 'Kissed Me in the
The clerk turned half way around
"It must have been the man at the
other counter. I've been here only
SHEEP'S LONG FAST.
While going his rounds on the
grazing grounds on Bleasdale Fells,
Lancashire, England, one rei
morning, a farm bailiff noticed his
dogs soratching vigorously, endoav
oring- to remove the romains of a
large snowdrift. The bailiff cleared
away tho snow and found a sheep
which had been missing nine days.
The animal must have been impm
oned for that period, but oxcopting
that it was ravenously hungry it was
little the worse for tho experience.
STEUBEN'S GRAVE NEGLECTED.
The plot about tho grave of Daron
von Steuben, near Remsen, is covered
truu nevus ouvx nuu. oapuligo, liic
monument is defaced and needs
painting, and tho little path that
ieads to the historic resting place of
all that is mortal of the great revo
lutionary leader bears a neglected
appearance. Steps will bg taken to
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C O. Wright J.G.Johnson
REAL ESTATE AND1L0ANS;
Special Attcntio Given Farm
OfEceJCorner Ninth & Main Streets',
Below we give a few of the many
choice bargains on our lists. -Proper
ty cheerfully shown at any time,
There is no safer or better invest
ment at this time than to put money
in Christian county farm lands or
Hopkinsville town lots.
Christian County Farm Lands
2G1 acres farm 14 miles east of
Thompsonville, splendidly improved,
good house 10 rooms, plenty fruit.
on good nignway. iTice $35 per
c ere. Great bargain.
75 acres, nicely improved for small
place, near Tennessee state line,
west of Edgoten, 10 miles from
Clarksville, mile from pike, cot
tage house, good tobacco barn, goad
cistern, plenty of fruit'; good neigh
borhood, price $2,000.
no. 3. :
501 acres, Clarksville pike, 12 mile
from town, one of finest farms in
Christian county, splendid improve
ments, water and timber, $85 per
860 acres in thtee adjoining fanm
consolidated. Will sell separately or
as a whole for from $60 to $80 per
acre. On Clarksville pike, with ele
gant country home and all modern
improvements, including two cot
tage residences if divided.
500 ecres 2 miles from town on Can
ton pike, well improved and well
watered, will price $75 as a whole.or
will divide into three tracts.
240 acres on Fairview andiPembroke
pike, 3h miles north of Pembroke
and 2J miles east of Fairview, fc'O
acres in timber. $50 an acre.
94 acrts. mile from Clarksville
p Ke, ten miles from town, excellent
improvements of all kinds, great
chance for an ideal home. $9,000.
House and lot East 13rh St., Hop
kinsville, house' 6 rooms and twr
verandas, concrete walk and steps,
lot 50x135. Price $1900.
Bungalow on Hopper Court, brand
new, b rooms, bath, electric lights.
Cottage on McPherson Ave.,5 rooms,
lot 57x175, front and back porches,
n-w house. Possession Dec 1. Price
Cottage on E?st 12th street. 4 rooms
and two porches, water in kitchen.
Concrete walks and good stable.
Cottage on Water Street, near 13th.
is for sale. House 5 rooms and hall,
two verandas. Electric lights and
bath. Lot 55 by 147 J. Close in.
Call and let us do some bus
WRIGHT & JOHNSON.
stationery as a
means of gettisg aid
boldiag desirable bwi
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Afwca m TS SJm
Flint Inttrumeffte Dtaovertri In towtH-
ern Part ef Cewtlnent
"We havo already adverted to th
ments in northern Africa as disprov
ing tho long-assorted proposition
that tho stone age had not existed
0n tho African continent, says
writer in Harper's Monthly Maga
zine. In addition to this we may
state, that within a few years past
similar objects have been found in
South Africa, over an area extending
a thousand miles from tho. Cape of
Good Hope. It is still believed, how
ever, that the modern inhabitants of
Africa, even at the time of their first
discovery by the whites, were unac
quainted with the use of stone for
weapons; and it is therefore asserted
that these implements must have
been employed Tjy a race anterior to
that of the present day, of whose
ethnological character we can at
present form no conception.
First Tramp Wo.t's de matter?
Stiff neck? '
Second Tramp (No j--de las' drink
I had Has- frozen solid all de way
PASSED UNEASY NIGHT.
No one ever, received a more curi
ous consignment of wedding presents
than the lion trainer, Bidel. "We
spent our honeymoon at Lyons," he
once told a friend, "and we had
some queer presents from the ordi
nary point of view, as all my friends
were anxious to give 'something use
ful Among other gifts were three
boa constrictors and five alligafors. I
shall 'never forget how annoyed I
was and how frightened my wife
was when, during the night, two oi
the alligators broke out of theii
boxes in our bedroom and began ex
ploring. I could not find the matches
and my wife and I remained on top
of the bed canopy till morning.
Luckily my wife did not think oi
the thing that was worrying me. 1
was deadly afraid that the alligators
would wake up the boa constric
ESTIMATE OF KIPLING..
Eudyard Kipling married an
American woman, Miss Balestier.
whoso family had an estate near
Brattleboro, Vt A neighbor there.
witn inonulv cunositv. was assessma
the value of the match from the
point of view of Miss BalestierY
"She did marry well," observed
this friend. "Or, so I'm told," she
added, cautious!', "but I'm distrust
ful. They say ho can make $10,000
out of a ten-cent bottle of ink."
New York Evening Post.
PHILOSOPHY OF HISTORY.
John Stuart Mill defines the "phil
osophy of history" as being "certain
conceptions of history, considered as
whole; certain notions of a progres
sive unfolding of the capabilities of
hunianity; of a tendency of man and
society toward some distant and defi
nite result; of a destination, as it
were, of humanity." This, as op
posed to tho view of history which
makes it tho record of disjointed
fragments, determined by. no law
and subject to no. unbonding rulo of
WOULD NEVER AGREE.
Mrs. Flubdub Why shouldn't
women serve on juries?
Mrs. Flubdub I suppose the
courts are afraid a husband and wife
migljt be drawn on the same jury.
"I suppose even a rich man has
."Yea ; but h can alwayi find some-
Jpjoa.y tn -fak a interest ia ths.
'END YOUR MANTLE TROUBLES
If you Kaht wilh Ga, Gasotln
dktck manue. uuy mantics oy name, uo to your dealer and
y firmly, "I want Block Mantles." "Dealers write for etalo Is'
THE BLOCK LIGHT CO. :j :i YOUNGSTOWN, OH40
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RIGHTED ART CALENDARS.
The plans for your advertising campaign
this year should by all means include a hand
some Art Advertising Calendar' for 1913.
We jiave secured the exclusive 'agency for
the Copyrighted Calendars produced by the
A. 1V Collins Mfg. Co., of Philadelphia.
This is one of the largest and most sub
stantial Calendar houses in the United
States, and the quality of their line is su
perior to that of any ever shown in . this
This line will be handled exclusively by
us in Christian and Trigg counties. It in
cludes a great number and variety of sub
jects in full color, as well as some hand
colored pictures of exceptional beauty.
The samples for 1913 will be iajp.urjiands
shortly, and we shall be glad o,sho.. them
to" you at an early date. MAKE NO PLANS"
FOR YOUR 1913 CALENDAR UNTIL YOU
SEE THIS EXTRAORDINARY LINE. '
We Have Engaged Mr.
Charles E.. Draper
Gas Stove Wizard I
TO GIVE A SERIES OF FREE DEMONSTRATIONS
OF THE ECONOMY AND CONVENIENCE OF
April 23, 24, 25, 26, at Westminster
Presbyterian Church Lecture Room
Personal instructions will be given from
9 to 12 a. m. Refreshments served.
Public demonstration from 3 to 5 p. m. .
Kentucky Public Service Co.
Office Y. M. C. A. Bldg., 9th Street.
UKAJNliHT AINU MAKtiLE MONUMENTS,
Cut Stone, All Kinds of Concrete Work.
Marble. Yarda and Office N, Main Street, Between 1st and 2nd Sto,
CEMENT AND LIM.E FOR SALE.
Cuwb. Telephone 490. BopkinsviUe. Jentwekv:
or Kerosene you will tvtntwiy