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HOPKINSVILLEKENTUCKIAN, OCTOBEK a
Published Every Other Day ,
& ajWDAY, Thursday and Saturday
CHAS. M. MEACHAM.
at the Hopkttwvllle Postofflco a Sococd
Class Mall Matter;
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of New Jersey.
FOR VICE PRESIDENT
THOMAS R. MARSHALL
State at Large.
Robert Harding, Uoyle.
II. V. McChesney. Franklin.
lst-Rol trt Hazelwood. Carlisle.
2nd-D. H. Klnchcloe. Hopkins.
3rd-W. C. Goad. Allen.
4th-R. L. Durham. Ohio.
5th-Keith L. Bullitt, Jefferson.
6th R, C Simmons. Kenton.
7th-G. T. Perkins, Lee.
8th R. H. Tomlinson. Garrard.
9th-J. W. Riley. Rowan.
10th J. E. Chlldera, Pike.
nth-Carlo Little, Clay.
Almost A Miracle.
One of the most startling changes
ever seen in any man, according to
"W. B. Holsclaw, Clarendon, Tex.,
was effected years ago in his broth
er. "He had such a dreadful cough,"
he writes, "that all our family
thought he was going into consump
tion, but he began to use Dr. King's
New Discovery, and was completely
cured by ten bottles. Now he is
eoli.u and well and weighs 218 lb3.
For many years our family has used
this wonderful remedy for Coughs
and C Ins with excellent results."
It's quick, safe, reliable and guaran
teed. Price 50 cents and $1.00.
Tr bottle free at All Druggists. .
Mena Well Named.
Details of atrocities attending the
It ena revolution in Nicaragua dis
ci te sickening tragedies at the
b'uUjardment of Managua before
th- rrival of the American marines,
inc u iing the killing of women and
clndrpn. Th-capture of Mena hss
ended the revolution.
It Looks Like A Crime
to . t'parate a boy from a box of
k en's Arnica Salve. His pim
p s, boils, scratches, knocks, sprains
and bruises demand it, and its quick
relief for burns, icalds. or cuts is
his. right. Keep it handy for boys,
also girls. Heals everything heal
able and does it quick. Untqualed
for piles. Only 25 cents at All
Skinned A Leg.
To provide skin that would save
the life of a young woman burned in
a motorcycle accident, a crippltd
newsboy of Gary, Ind., suffered a
useless leg to be skinned and then
The Danger After Grip
lies often in a run-down system.
"Weakness, nervousness, lack of ap
petite, energy and ambition, with
disordered liver and kidneys often
follow an attack of this wretched
disease. The greatest need then is
Electric Bitters, the glorious tonic,
blood purifier and regulator of
stomach, liver and kidneyB. Thous
ands have proved that they wonder
fully strengthen the nerves, build
up the system and restore to health
and good spirits after an attack of
Grip. If suffering, try them. Only
50 cents. Sold and perfect satisfac
tion guaranteed by All Druggist.
A Matter of Assurance.
-Some of your speeches," Bald the
cvn'al friend, "make ma think of a
r -l maUcal marvel I oac knew."
at way?" "He would dispose
1 of any problem you gave him.
hi i v lu the crowd was able to aay
V r be yet the right answer, and
it rfn'iy dW't eea to make much
See J. H. Dogg for contracting
ttulldingr and general repair work of
all kinds. Phone 476.
People who do not live in
town aro as welcome to the
band concerts as anyb dy.
Books for subscription to stock in
the 62nd. Beries of the Hopkinsvillo
Building & Loan Association will be
opened at the office of the treasurer
at the First National Bank, on Oc
tober 1st. A limited number of
shares will be Bold.
THOS. W. LONG, Treas.
IN MAMMOTH CAVE.
All expenses for two days trip
$8.90 on regular train Oct. 15th.
J. C. HOOE, Agt.
County and State taxes are due
nnd must be paid. Penalty added
after Nov. 30. LO W JOHNSON,
HOUSE FOR RENT.
Six room Cottage at 104 West 17th
street for rent. Immediate posses
ion can be given. Bath room, gdS,
electric ljghls. RentJ$200.
CHAS. M. MEACHAM.
5 Per Cent Money To Loan.
On GoodjSouth Christian Land 5
J. B. Allensworth, Atty.,
Office Phone 267-2. Res. 742.
Farms For Sale.
We have for sale some real nice
well improved farms, sizes 45 acres
up to 400. Well located and worth
the price. Easy terms of payment
if desired. THE HOMESTEAD IN
VESTMENT AGENCY, 205 N.
Cottage For Rent,
The 7-room cottage at 104 West
17th street will be vacated soon and
willgbe for rent. It has electric
lights, city water, bath room and is
newly painted and papered throughout.-
Inquire on the, premises or at
Bonds For Sale.
For purpose of extensions and re
cent large improvements the Hop
kinsville Water Co. will issue a
limited amount of5 per cent bonds
For particulars apply at City Bank
& Trust Co. or to
Thos. W. Morris, Supt,
I have for sale a very handsome
2-year-old solid color registered Jer
sey bull, that I will sell at a little
above beef price. This animal is a
son of Garth's Perree3 Masterman
and out of a daughter of Monas
E J. WARE,
Well boring, both deep and
shallow, also coal prospect-
j ing done with the latest im
proved machinery. Call or
.jju . iT r rr: i:
auuiesa :yi. j. lYiiueriiiig,
R. F. D. No. 7.
Cumberland Phone 638-2.
T. S. Knight & Co
Real Est,t6 .Loas
and, Insurance. Office
south side Oourt
For Sale By W.H COBB & CO.
Texas Woman Near Death
Wills Point, Tex a letter from
Wills Foint, Mrs. Viitorla Stalling
says: "I was afflicted with womanly
i t t
SUUerea UWrui prims, i huhbhii.v
would have died, if I had xiqt bwn, as u K uKU ox uurua, iW b
relieve by taking Catdui. Now I , JJ. timo oi f f a muf
am stronger, and In better' hlrh.7
thart I ever was in my lire T l cant;
say half enough for this great medi
cine." Do you need relief? Try
Cardui for vour womanly troubles
Its long record of successful use is
your guarantee. Thousands of la
dies have been helped to health and
happiness by Cardui. It will sure
ly help you. Try a bbttlo today.
Delegates On Hand.
Hundreds of delegates arrived in
Indianapolis to attend the National
As administratrix of W. R. Bould-
in, deceased, 1 will, on Saturday,
October 5, 1912, at 2 o'clock p. m
sell at public outcry, on the premi
ses, Duffy street, Pembroke, Ky.,
the following property: 3 mules,
one mare, one cow, one two-norse
wagon, one one-horse wagon, one
set four-horse wagon harness,, two
sets plow harness, two wagon beds,
one cultivator, two double- plows,
four single plows, two 14-tooth har
rows, two 2-horse harrows, two
double shovels, and other farming
implements. Terms made known on
day of sale.
Peace In Sight.
The Turko-Italian peace negotia
tions, it is reported, have entered
upon their final stage, and may be
concluded October 15.
The Progressive Voters of Chris
tian county, composed of Democrats
and Republicans, are hereby called
to meet in mass convention at the
Court House in Hopkinsville. Ky.,
n:; Saturday, October 5th, 1912, at
2 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of
choosing a committee for said coun
ty, which shall consist of one mem
ber for each voting pre.inct. Said
committee when selected shall or
ganize at once, and elect a chairman,
secretary and treasurer.
This committee when selected and
organized shall constitute the cam
paign committee for said county and
shall have charge of the campaign
for Roosevelt and Johnson for Preg
ident and Vice President respectivf-
ly, and Letcher R. Fox for Congress
for the Second Congressional Dis
trict, all of whom have been nomi
nated by the Progressive party.
W. G. BARRET, "
Chairman 2nd Congres- .
sional Dist. Committee.
Fish Got 'Em.
Five members of one family were
drowned near Toronto, their canoe
being overturned by a fourteen
pound muscalonge which had beqn
Sealed. proposal will be received
by the Kentucky State Board of
Control for Charitable Institutions,
at its office in Frankfort, Kentucky,
until 12 o'clock noon, Tuesday, Octr
ber 8, 1912, for an estimated Buppjy
for six months, of fresh beef and
other fresh meats; for an estimated
supply for six months of clothing,
dry goods, Bhoes, hats, notions, etc.
also for an estimated supply for
three months of flour, meal, salted
meats, lard, cooking oil, groceries
and all food supplies for the three
State Insane Asylums and the Fee
ble Minded Institute under control
of this Board.
The Board reserves the right to
reject any or all bids.
For blank proposals and epecifica
tfons apply to Geo. B. CaywoodJ
Secretary, Frankfort, Ky.
KENTUCKY STATE BOARD OF
CONTROL FOR CHARITABLE
By GARRETT S. WALL,
WAS GOLDEN AGE OP BEARDS
In Reign of Henry IV. of France Faee
Foliage Was Given Full
Tho reicn of Hcnrv IV. of Franco
i .. - , . , ,
- . ,, .
jJcarus were clipped, m all manner
of fashions round, square, pointed,
fan-Biiapcd, and after tho fashion of
an artichoke leaf. Unfortunately,
when the craze for. beards of nil
shapes and sizes was at its height,
Louis XIII., who was then a child,
came to the throne and tho beard
had to go in honor of the hairless
chin ot the new monarch. Soon af
terwards the tuft, or toupee, which
is still so fashionable across the
Channel, came into vogue. But no
European nation has ever held the
beard in greater veneration than the
Spaniards, who at one time of day
had, a proverb which declared the ab
sence of beard to signify the loss of
a man's soul. Spain must have been
one of the last of European conn
tries to tolerate the razor.
GAVE HERSELF AWAY
He Do you think this hammock
will hold two?
She It always did.
WORLD'S LARGEST CANDLE.
The making of an ordinary do
mestic wax or tallow candle is suf
ficiently wonderful to the lay mind
to excute comment, but a candle has
lately been lighted in-Rome that is
eleven feet three inches in height
and will burn for six years.
In various places of worship can
dles are used in their symbolic sense,
candles of vast proportions, but the
one in question is a giant of its clan.
The first step in the making of this
mammoth candle was to construct
the wick, a wick that would burn
clearly and cleanly and need no
Suspended by a derrick over a vat
of boiling wax, the wick was dipped
no fewer than two hundred times,
till the required quantity of wax
adhered to it, and between each dip
the wax picked up had to dry off.
Puts End To Bad Habit
Thimrs nver look bright to one
with ''the blue3 " Ten to one the
trouble is a sluggish liver, filling the
system with bilious poison, that Dr.
King's New Life Pills would expel.
Try them. Let the joy of better
feelings end "the blues." Best for
atomnch, liver and kidneys. 25cts.
Had Been In Training.
J, A man who had undergone a court
examination by a .awyer in Chicago
without faltering for a second was
complimented by 'the lawyer later for
bis accurate manner of recalling early
and minor episodes of his life. "I
was well rehearsed for it," said the
witness. "Only yesterday I had to
fill out an application for a tele
AND CHEAPLY MADE FROM
under the brush.
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