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HOf(NSVUJLtJCl!TCCCUW OCTOBER 5
FARM L0ANS;c"K DKU0 SI08E
Low Rate of Interest
We are in position to make
loans on improved farm lantls
in Christian county, in any
sum, 13,000 or over, on short
rutice. Your note will read
to be repaid at the end of
ten vears. vith the privilege
of paying $100 or more at;
the end of the first year and!
on any interett period there-1
HIE COLDEST SODA
THE PUREST DRUGS
THE SWEETEST CANDY
Come to See Ul We
Want Your Business.
HI. GRAVES & SON,
THENTOfT, KY. .
Cor. Ninth and Wain Sts.
With ample working capita, exceptional collection arrange
ments, nd a thorr.ugh'y organized office system this bank
has the ability and d position to extend to its customer,
eveiy facility warranted by safe, conservation banking.
Three p;r ceit interest on Time Certificates ' oi
BANK OF HOPKINSVILLE
Nat jaUh.r, President; J. E. McPherson, Cashier;
H. L. McPherson, Asst. Cashier.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
UNITED STATES DEPOSSTARY.
Only National Bank In Tils Community
Stockholders' Liability 75.000.00
t ISSUES TRAVELER'S CHECKS GOOD IN ALL PARTS
' OF THE WORLD.
HAS A REGULAR SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
Three Per Cent Interest Paid on Savings and Time Deposits
COMFORT IN TRAVELER'S TEA
Ono Wise In Lore of Creature Com
fort Never Wanders Far WItJf
out Her Own Tea Caddy.
In traveling bbth at homo and
abroad, Uioro Is great comfort In your
own' cup of tea. On the Btoamer, par
Uoifarly, you mine your own brand
And the wr;)l-vered trawler who la
wl In the lore of creature comforts
nir wanders far from homjuVyith-
9M tm tea c&aay. u aaws sr""
tO Sf iopttlrlty. "Of. 1 dftlriM a
fOcd cup of tea." is the general ory
OC shipboard: and then ihla farfelghtod
wwnian produce the chvorfuff Waives.
bM she becomes r.he cnte of attrac
tion, and ban hr little every
ailcrtoon. There ure some who pre
fer It for the morning meal, too, In
tead of the uaual mediocre coffee
with condoneod milk.
For this poignant need of the trav
eler, a charming little tea bos of ma
hogany containing a small sliver tea
caddy and a little tea ball, reproducing
a miniature tea kettle, has been put
upon tho market. It Is very simple
In arrangement, compact, and easy to
pack and makes a really practical
There are many places on tho conti
nent where good tea Is a real luxury,
and many an unsophisticated Ameri
can is astonished whon she -.pays her
bill for what she considers a very
simple repast. Sh finds that Tier cup
of tea costs more thani vory elab
orate dessert, and 'so it Is a great
economy as well as comfort' to carry
your own tea with you.
WOULD HAVE HOWE ENDURE
John Hwkfn Had All the EnsKshSsniVc f
Appreciation of tno 'mansion oi.
T wrW lull tllitlL- 'tin OVll sitTll
of n people when their, homes urn, por Fourteen Years. Restorer)
built to last for one jfeors? :on jg T Health by Lydia E. Pink
There is a sanctify in a jipwt maifjJf " ' , ' . -lioueo
which cannot he rcnew.d in . hams Vegetable
every tanentont tlmt r-'$ "m its Compound. -ruiifsj
and' rittMcve fhut :-ool men' "
ronld rtfkrAnr feel thU: i.i'd thnt Elgin, HI. Alter lourcwm ywnui
1T f V Z ; -u Z snaring everything from female com
living apejtt their lives L; -..'y and y A "jw., i am at last
: nnorabfy,' Ihey would hs ranca at pyfj restored to h. alUf.
the end Of t hem to liur c
nl-nta rif tUMr nrtlilv h'o1'. which
had seen, 'and seemed almit to sym
pathize in all Jhcir honor, tloir glad
ness, or thoir sxilTorin,' that this,
with all the record it bnre of thorn,
and all of material things that they
had loved and ruled over, and. set the
stamp of themselves upon was to be
swept awny as soon as there was
room made for them in the grave;
that no respect was to hehowu to
it, no affection fqlt for it, no good
to be drawn from it by their chil
dren ; that though there was monu
ment in the churclj, there was no
warm monument in the heurth and
house to them ; thnt all they :;'d r
treasured was despised,, . ri tho
places that had sheltered u"A -
forted tnem were dressed down
tho dust John Ruskin.
The Charger at the Funeral.
The charger led-at the funeral of
a cavalry officer Is a .olic of the cus
tom when a horse was sazniicea ai
the grave. An officer leu the charger
behind the bler to the brlnh oi tno
piave and H was there Slain ana
thrown vpen the coflln The last oc
currence of this kind took place at
Krevos. Germany. Ir 1781.
$100 Reward, $100
Tho readers of this paper will bo
pleased to learn that there Is at least ono
dreaded disease that science has been
In nil Ua n rrn nnil tnflt 1I
Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is tho only
POSIUVO euro now kiiuwjj iu wj
fraternity. Catarrh belns a constitutional
disease, requires a constitutional treat
ment Hall's Catarrh Curo Is taken in-
.HMHMlt. nntlnc fHrflttf ItnrtTl thfl 1100(1
and mucous Surfaces of tho system, there
by destroying tno iounaauun ui hjo ujo-
caso, ana giving ine paiieni aimiKw . uj
building up the constitution and assisting
nature in uoing us wore, mo pruij.ici.uij
have so much faith in Its curative pow
ers that they ofTcr Ono Hundred Dollars
for any case that it falls to cure. Send
for list of testimonials. ,
Address F. J. CHENEY 4 CO., Toledo, Ohio,
Sold by oil Drncnlsts, 75s.
Toko Hall's Fatr-Uy TUls for constipation.
Ad- ertis m nt
For Public Service Fall Season 1912
LIKE BEGETS LIKE."
Bourbon Kir g Red Cloud.
$25 00 to insure living colt.
OAKLAND CARDINAL, 4453.
My Own Kentucky Rex Macey.
$20.00 tu insure living colt.
THE JEW, 4121.
Mortland Chief High'and Denmark.
$20 00 to insure living colt.
Red Eagle Cabell's Lexington.
$20.00 to insure living colt.
SUPREME VOL. V.
Duluth King Brown Squirrel.
$20.00 to insure living colt,
b DPPuiPcoDAr.xfA vnr. v
Red Eagle-r-Cecil Palma.
$15.00 to insure lfving colt.
GOLDEN GATE VOL. V.
Balm of Gilead Wall's Artist.
$20,00 to insure Jiving colt.
MUNSTER KING, 49889. ' '
Wilkes Boy Bermuda.
$15 00 to insure living colt.
J Fox Walking Horsp.
$10.00 to insure living colt.
Registered Hackney Poriy;,,;
$10 00 toMhsure living colt.
$10 00 to insure living colt.'
Breeders ,6f 'fin.e horses take account of three
things in considering " a stallion to breed their
They want to know about the horse'B ancestry,
about the animal himself, and about his colts, In
all these respects these horses invite the most crit
ical scrutiny. Thuy are bred in the elect lines of
Kentucky's greatt at horses, many of whom huve
enviable records in the show ring and as produc
ers. As individuals they are up to tho standard of
the selling markets of the world.
They carry in their veins the best of blood
founded on well organized strains, and I am con
fident their get in this locality will demonstrate
them to be producers of the larest type.
Forjextended pedigrees or further informa-
THE VETERINARY HOSPITAL,
MUSIC'S POWER TO
Medical Experts Have Found th
Heart and Norvos Respond to
Tunes, Lively or Sad.
A -mpriinnl lournal hn vcec
nounced the results of some
mcnts made to ascertain the relation
of music and medicinc. One curious
piece of news obtained is 'tli.t if a
livelv air is nlaved on a harp or
mandolin, a man's tired muscles re
gain their original vigor. 1 he music
of a violoncello, on the other hand,
has a precisely opposite effect, in
temporarily lessening the unusuai
fttrentrth and vitality of the hearer.
In nervous and impressionable, poo-
. . t T
pie, sad music in a minor Key, sucn
ns Chonin's "Funeral March," ac
tually weakens the pulse and mates
the beating of the heart feebler ami
An American doctor caused some
amusement a little time ago by sug
gesting that almost every mental
trouble could be cured by suitable se
lections of classical music regularly
administered. Jealousy, grief, over
work, homicidal -mania, nervoiia
breakdown, all.had' their corresponds
ing air. The medical world is taking
the idea senousiy.
I employ tl
own went to tho
hospital for treat
ment and was told
there waa no help for
me. But while tak
ing LythlcHE. Pink-
Compound I began
ti Imnrnvn nnd T
continued its uso until I was made well."
Mrs. Henry LeiseberGj743 Adams St
Kcarncysville, W. Va.-"I feel it my
duty to write and say what Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound had
('(mo -fnr Tno. T RiifTeretl from female
. weakness and at limes felt sd miserabb
I could hardly enduro being on my feet.
"Altar- taking Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound and following your
rn?.ciil directions, my trouble is gone.
Ywds fail to express my thankfulness.
I -?cc;nraeiid your medicine to all my
i - cwii." Mrs. G. E. Wuittington.
i Tiie aoovo are only two ot tno tuou
: cnr.da jf grateful letters which are con
; " v tly toeing received by the Pinkham
S007H2 : :i ':dne Company of Lynn,Maas.,which
; :h'j'.v clearly what great thingB Lydia E.
j I r.! ham's Vegetable Compound does
those- who sujfer from woman's ills.
I if mu want special adrico wito to
i T. , :i j B. rinkham Medicine Co. (eoiifl-ci-ntfc!)
Lynn, Mass. Your letter will
be opened, read and answered by a
vvoiiia aud held in strict confluence
MOON CAUSES RAIN IN AFRICA.
A new instance of the supposed
connection of the moon with rainfall (
claims the support of highly scien
tific authority. Heavy rains are said
to -occur in South Africa at inter
vals of 19 years and this period coin
cides with the lunar cycle of maxi
mum north and south declinations.
E. E. Nerill, late director of the
Natal observatory, finds an explana
tion in the moon's attraction. Tho
theory is that a permanent cloud belt
is drawn along by the moon ana tnat
as the moon nears its furthest point
north the mass of clouds is made to
impinge on tho mountains in Natal,
giving excessive rainfall.
NOT HIS RESOLUTION.
'Abovfl the writing table in her
nephew's library Aunt Maria found
a framed resolution: "On the first
of this month I resolve to stop smok
"How terrible 1" said Aunt Maria.
"Harry, is it possible that tho habit
of smoking these odious things has
fastened itself so strongly upon you
that it takes a framed resolution to
break it off?"
"Oh, it is not I who have sworn
off," said Harry, "it's my wife."
SURE OF THAT MUCH.
Two business men sat side by side
in a car the other morning and earn
estly discussed a matter in which
both were deeply interested. After.
ono of them had presented what he
seemed to consider a convincing ar
gument the other replied;
"Well, anyliow, you've got to ad
mit that tho credit belongs to wp who
Scott Jones 6ays that he clearct.
between five and six hundred on tha
stock deal of his. I wonder if it's so :
M"ott Oh, yes; ho made between
$5 and $000. The exact amount,
Notice the simplicity of this
lock. No gingerbread wori
t'o fill up with dirf , but plaih
and .simple lineswith a flush
rounding surface that is easily
cleaned and that nevet
becomes tiresome to the eyv
We Want to Show-You Our
. A. Yost Company
GO TO THE OLD RELIABLE
M. D. KELLY
to haveyour eyes examined and
fitted with correct glasses; also
your fine watch honestly and
intelligently repaired. Is al
ways up to date with "the best
instruments and method's. Over
30 years an optician and jewler,
25 Years a graduate Op
tometrist. No. 8 North Main S.reet,
Opp. Court House.'
D.uring Month of October.!
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If Dollars Grew on Bushes flg
Would You Fluck menu .
Then Why Not Gather In the
Dollars Which Mav Be Saved
By Buying Your Winter's Sup
ply of Coal At Present Pficet?
FOR'THE MERCHANT r
It's Better than Discounting
FOR THE HOUSEHOLDER '
It Means MORE COAL
Fur the SAME MONEY!
Office and Yards 7th & Itniljwul Sts
Home Phtine 1841, Cumb Phono 168-, ,
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No Waiting. Can deliver glasses
same day order is left. Come in
and let us explain why this lens is
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ft. C. HARD WICK,
Manuf'g. Jeweler and Opticiar.
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