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HOPHNSVILLEKKNTUCKIAN, OCTOBER 5
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ffopkinsville Kentuckian.
fafeHsfeed Every Other Day,
or, Thursday and Saturday
Mornings, by
CHAS. M. MEACHAM.
at Urt HopVlnrrilla PostoCica Stcond
CImw Hail Matter.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES:
OWE YEAR $2.00
KX MONTHS 1.00
THREE MONTHS 50
JBfGLE COPIES 5c
Advertising Rates on Applications
UM OUTX MAIX 8TKXXT.
MMOCRATIC TICKET.
FOR PRESIDENT
WOODROW WILSON
of New Jersey.
FOR VICE PRESIDENT
THOMAS R. MARSHALL
of Indiana.
ELECTORS.
State at Large.
Robert Harding, -Ooyle.
H. V. McChesney. Franklin.
DISTRICTS.
1st Rolmt Hazelwood, Carlisle.
2nd-D. H. Kincheloe, Hopkins,
Srd-W. C. Goad. Allen.
4th R. L. Durham. Ohio.
6th-Keith L. Bullitt. Jefferson.
6th R. C. Simmons. Kenton.
7th-G. T. Perkins. Lee.
Bth K. II. Tomlinson, Garrard.
9th-J. W. Riley. Rowan.
lOth-J. E. Childere. Pike.
llth-Carlo Little. Clay.
The Democrats made a big gain in
the registration in Louisville.
"Doc" Wiley has left his baby at
home and taken the stump for Wil-ont
Esq J. C. Ufleyt a Henderson
magistrate for 26 years, is the fath
er of 16 children.
Three more Americans were mur
dered Wednesday by the Mexican
rebels. The authorities at Washing
ton have been notified of the trouble.
Col. Roosevelt at Atlanta, Ga., put
Gov. Wilson in his Ananias Club.
The Governor will return the com
pliment by putting Teddy with Jim
Smith in the Down and Out Club.
Delegatrs to an international peace
conference at Geneva have unanirr.
ous'v ncrrred that complete autonmy
frr Alsace. Lorraine would bring
fbout better relations between
Germany and Francp. France has
always been sore over the loss of
t'nis provincp, inhabitedEby FrercN
men.
Dr. Cook has broken out afresh
and in a lecture at Knnsas City Baid
in his opinion the earth ccdled first
at the poles, that the garden of Eden
was at the North Pole and that
Adam and Eve were Eskimos. He
says he found cool beels 500 miles
from the pole in which passilized
pond lilies were embedded. It was
wa.s hard enough for some of us to
believe the Doctor's fin1 story.
Four Hours.
DuBtlesB dusters are prepared by
loaking cloths, preferably cheesecloths
or something similar, In kerosene oil,
and then putting them away for not
less than twentyfour hours in a tin
box. They are then ready for use.
The reason of thom lying immersed
for this length of time is to allow the
kerosene to practically dry into the
cloth.
If freshly dampened before using tho
result would be streaks and smears on
floors and furniture generally.
When the kerosene Is completely ab
sorbed by the material the cloth will,
of course, tako up the dust without
scattering it as the ordinary duster Is
apt to do.
One housekeeper uses the legs of
Btocklngs out flat for dustless dust
ers, after treating with kerosene, of
course.
She also keeps an old stocking
(treated) for slipping over her hand
for dusting small or delicate orna
ments. The woolly substance absorbf
thq dust
A Mattw of Asttrne.
"8om of your pottfe,' tk
cyslcal trUmi, M9 thlak of
Mathematical marrl I sac kmtw."
Ia what way?" "H would dlBpost
otband of any problem yqu gave Mm.
Nobody In the crowd was able to say
whether ba got tfe right answer, and
It really jjjfln't aem to make much
ditferenc. inj-bow"
Just Half to Bed.
Clyde, Ky. Mrs. I. A. Decker; "I
recommend Cardui. tho woman's
tonic, to any woman in need of i
remedy. For five years, I waa un
able to do my own work, Half my
time was sDent in bed. At last I
tried Cafdui. Now I am well and
happy, and can do my own work."
Don't suffer pain, headache, back
ache and other womanly miseries,
when your own druggist has on his
shelf a remedy for sush troubles
Cardui. Get a bottle for your shelf.
As a general tonic, for weak women,
nothing has been found for 50 years
that would take its place. Try it
it will help you.
Advertisement.
PREFERRED LOCALS
(Advertisements.)
See J. H. Dagg for contracting
ouilding and general repair work of
all kinds. Phone 476.
People who do not live in
town are as welcome to the
band concerts as anybody.
Books for subscription to stock in
the 62nd. series of the Hopkinsvilie
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 sold.
THOS. W.LONG, Treas.
IN MAMMOTH CAVE. '
All expenses for two days trip
$8,90 on regular train Oct. 35th.
J. C. HOOE, Agt.
TAX NOTICE.
County and State taxes are due
and must be paid. Penalty added
after Nov, 30, LO W JOHNSON,
Sheriff.
HOUSE FOR RENT.
Six room Cottage at 104 West 17th
street for rent. Immediate posses
ion can be given. Bath room, gas,
electric lights. Rent$200.
CHAS. M. MEACHAM.
5 Per Cent Money To Loan.
On GoodSouth- Christian Land 5
years time.
J. B. Allensworth, Atty.,
Office Phone 267-2. Res. 742.
Cottage For Rent,
The 7-room cottage at 104 West
17th street will be vacated soon and
willSbe for rent. It has electric
lights, city water, bath room and is
newly painted and papered through
out. Inquire on the premises or at
Kentuckian office.
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,
ATTENTION!
Well boring, both deep and
shallow, also coal prospect
ing done With the latest im
proved machinery. Call or
address M. O. Kimerling,
Hopkinsvilie, Ky.
R. F. D. No. 7.
Cumberland Phone 638-2.
T. S. Knight & Co
Real Estate. Loas
and Insurance. Qftice
south side Com t
Scmare .
AN ARTIST'S JEST.
"You have seen that I have paint
ed my wife."
"Yes. But it is still better with
mine. She paints herself.' Le
Hire, Paris.
WAITER'S REPARTEE.
Guest Yes, I had raock turtle
oup. By the way, where do they
catch mock turtles?
Walter-"Ntor the sham-rock, sir!
London Opuuon.
! TIRED OF LAWYER'S ORATORY
Profit McU by 6mrrta Ho EuMf
Mm htn Eehd by Many a
Werlc( Jurymn.
Tho Camorra trial has been po
ductivo of many surprises, but non
moro sensational than the pica of the
accused that they be spared tho ,ora
tory of their own. advocate. After
tho lawyer. Lioy, had been gneakinr
for ten days one of the caged prison
ers sprang to his feet and exclaimed;
"Your excellency, my fellow-prison
ers and myself were five years in" jail
awaiting trial. This trial has al
ready extended over a couple of
years, during which ihreo tf our
umber have languished and died,
livery one of us behind these steel
trial last roycqjonger none m
wfil jmrvivo to hen? 1Kb "verdict o? i
tho jury. Lawyer Lioy has leen a
t?fe benefactor to us; but we "im
plore, "for tnelove of Sod", that ho
abridge his oration. We have all
come to the end of our poarers of re
sistance." It is strange that any
man should believe that a cause can
be advanced by so prodigious a
speech as this. Even the Recording
angel with exclusive sources of" in
formation, would have somewhat
11
bK MbCBri
AT THE CHURCHES.
At i fK. tbtfbbJbtoAjtohAi
First Baptist Church Ry. C, M
Thompson, Pastor. Service
usual.
Sunday School 9:30 a. m.
Morning Service li:0O a. v
B. Y. P. U. 6:30 p. ,1m.
Evening Service 8S0OJp. m,
Second Baptist Church Rev. E.J.
Weller, Pastor,
Sunday School 9.45 ft, m.
Preaching-Jl a, m.
B. Y. P. U.6:00 p. m.
Preaching 7:00 p. m.
Prayer meeting every Wednesday
night 7:00 p.m.
Westminster Presbyterian, Church
Rev. C. H. H. Branch, Pastor.
Sunday School 9:30 a.'m.
Men's Bible Class 10:00 a. m.
Morning Service 10:451a. m.
First Presbyteriach Church Rev
Edward Bryant Landis, Pastor.
Sunday School 9:30 a,(m.
Morning Service 10:45 a. m,
Christian Endeavor 6:45 p. m.
Evening Service 7:30 p. m.
Weekly Prayer Meeting- -Wednes
l l mi n i m
less 10 say. xne eitecc on tne aver- ,jay 7.30 m
age juryman muse De one 01 leeenc- Pagtor win 0CCUDV
ful exasperation. San
Argonaut
Prancisco
pulpit preach-
A STRAIGHT FLUSH
ing at both hours.
k IK !
Methodist Episcopal ChurchRev.
A. R. Kasey, Pastor.
- Sunday School 9:30 a. m.
Morning Service 10:45 a. m.
Epworth League 6:45 p. m.
Evening Service 7:30 p. m.
Humiliated Indian Trlb.
When tho Quakers came to Penn
sylvania In 1G82 tho only Indiana la
the neighborhood were the Dela-
VRr.ii toTio hnH Innf hnon trrihty
beaten by the Flvo Nations and foro
1 ed Into a treaty by which they sub
1 mitted to be called women.
Ruth How beautiful Marie'i
cheeks are colored. It must be ar-'
tificial.
Orme Not at alL Thafe
mum
fTflmtl
f 1 li I lilf
straight flush.
1 " ic 1
STILL SLAUGHTER WHALES. '
We have been so often told that
the whale fisheries are now extinct
that we learn with surprise that 20,
000 whales were captured last year
in the waters of South Georgia,
South Shetland, South. America and
Africa and that other fishing fieldq
yielded substantial catches. Who
would have thought that there were
so many whales? But we are as
sured that in a few years' time there
will be no whales left, thanks to the
use of the deadly gun. The rorqual
whale was safe under the old sys
tem. He "was too swift and too fierce
to approach in boats, but he is easily '
conquered by the harpoon fired out '
of a gun from, the deck of a ship. '
The whale is not exactly a lovable
animal, but it seems a pity that he
should be exterminated, especially '
we were under the impression that -
he was already exterminated.
CORRECTED.
The c,lub meeting was warming
up.'
"The statement just uttered,"
said one member, "is a cheap bro
mide, as everybody knows."
The guest from Boston stirred un
easily. "Pardon me," she 6aid, "but you
mean bromididn."
Low
raw
On the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays
of each month the fares arc
extra' low and allow stpp
overs free arid 25 days time
via Cotton Belt Route to
Arkansas
& Texas
The Cotton' Belt Route is the
direct line from Memphis to
Texas, through Arkansas
mo splendid trains daily, with
through sleepers, chair cars and
parlor-cafe cars. Trains from
all parts of the Southeast make
direct connection at Memphis
with Cotton Belt Route trains
to the Southwest.
; Write to mc today
; I will tell you exact fare
A from your town, sched
$ ule, and send you splen
did illustrated books of
farm facts about Arkau-
sas and Texas.
L. C. BARRY,
Trtvtlinr Pnuectcr Atesf
83 Todd Building
Louiaville, Ky.
the Advantage.
I wish I
H
All year Touritt
Tickets alio on
ata Daily to cer
tainpoinUinTe. 90-dy limit.
GORTRIGHT
METAL SHINGLES
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LOOK FOR THE STAMP
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and accept no mbihMe, if yotf wart a reef tint.
wH Ut m long m die bwkliftff. and
repeks never need attention of any kind, except
M 0CCmkmm1 cet ef fmt.
3. Firt-fitoef Shm-ftnef Lightning-proof '
FOR SALE BY
FORBES MANUFACTURING CO.
Incorporated.
HopIcfnswUle, Kentucky
Don't Chase It
,im
HW."..-JLM'.'?faHJ
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were
"Sometimes
horse."
"What makes you wish that?"
"Because then I could go to gras
and find myself in clover."
IT8 FITNE88.
"Whyihave you decided to dccohm
a Beauty doctor?"
"Because there are handsoma
profits in the beauty business."
THE REASON.
"After all, poyerty is the great po
iceman of life."
"Well, everybody allows it pincl
es people."
MERE FORMALITY.
StQlla Are you engaged?
BellaWell, I expect the notifica
tion committee tonight.
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