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90FUNSVILLE KINTt'CKiAN OCTOBERS
L & N.
Time Card No. 124
Effective Sunday April 30, 1911
TRAINS QOINQ SOUTH.
Jit. 93 C. ft N 0. Lim. 11:56 p. n.
H: 61 St. L. Express 5:35 p. t
N. 96. Dixie Flyer. 9:01 a. m
1ft. 55 Hopkinsville Ac. 7:05 a. a
Iff. )5S St. L. Fast Mail 5:83 a. o
No. 92 C. & St. L. Lim., 5:25 a. n
N. 52 St. Louia Express, 9:53 v
Nt. 94. Dixie Flyer, 6:27 p. m
No. 56 Hopkinsville Ac. 8:56 p. n
No. 54 St.L. F3t Mail, 10:20 p.rr
Noe. 95 and 94 will make Nos. 90
and 91's stops, except 94 will not stop
at Mannington and No. 95 will
jwt stop at Mannington or Empire
We. St and 54 connect it St. LoaU and otne
Kb. 51 coanecti at Cntarle tor Metaaphlt lln
( - as (ar south as Erin and for Xrfralirl
Ctadnaatl and e East.
Me. 53 and 55 make direct conn at Gut
lit tor Loulivllle, Clndnnatt and all poln
mart and east thereot. Uo. 53 and 55 also cor
Met (or MexnpMi and way points.
o. 92 runs tarotirh to Chicago and will te
rry oassenzers to point Sontn ' BransTUI
We. 93 through sleepers to Atlanta, Mara)
.tfucfcaoavllle, St. Augustine an Tampa, Fl
AJroPnUaan sleepers to Mew Orleans. Con
.act at Guthrie tor points East and West. t
r-,3-wll not carry ocat passengers (or polts NorO
J C. HOOE. Agt.
lime Table No, 4 Taking Effect
Sunday. March 10. 1912.
jIST.Q. 12 Leave Hopkinsville 6.30 a.m.
Arrive Nashville... 9:45 a.m
No. 14 Leave Hopkinsville 4:00 p.m.
Arrive Nashville,.. 7:15 p. m.
WEST R jUND.
No. U Leave Nashville 8:05 a n
Arrive Hopkinsville 11:20 a.rx
No. 13 Leave Nashville .... 5:00 p.ir
Arrive Hopkinsville 8:15 p.n.
T. h. MORROW. Agen-.
A GOOD PLACE TO GO
When you come to tow.
luring the family and le
them see the show.
Matinee Daily 2 O'clock to 5:20
EVENING 7 TO 10:20
Admission - - - - lOCts
Children 5 Cts
The new exterminator for
Bed Bugs, Roaches, Ants and
alKother insects. Not only
kills and devours the bugs
buf Jprevents the eggs froir
hatching. Is convenient to
use. Does not run or spread
fills the cracks. A posi
tive exterminator and pre
venative. Made by the
Anderson-Fo w 1 e r
DRUG CO. incorporate.
Sold by Druggistsjand Groc
ers at 25c per bt. with Brush
DAINTY TABLE FAVORS
SUGGESTIONS FOR TEAS
Family .Taste and IngenultyiShown In
Knlckknacka of Uncommon
, Cleverness Pure Whit
The teas given to forthcoming
brides are graced by the most charm
ing favors. The best of the trifled are
bought at the high-class confection
er's, whero they are to be found In
a more novel and elegant form than
elsewhero, but smart florists also show
Bome very pretty things for this pur
pose, as well as most of tho largo
department stores. Hero and there,
too, one sees a tea table embellished
with homemndo knlckknacks of un
common cleverness, some of theso im
itating the shop articles, and some
inspired by the family's own taste and
As the brldo's newest bouquet Is to
be in pyramid form, little corsage
knots are mado In this shapo of arti
ficial flowers. Various tiny posies are
mixed togethor, wee pink buds, or
red ones, or yellow ones, forget-me-nots
in several shades of blue, pan-
sies In all colors. The mbsf deli
cate green Is used with these, fragile
bits of asparagus fern and other
feathery tufts and small leaves. When
the little bouquet Is mado up in tho
pointed shape, it is inclosed in a horn
of lace-edged paper and the handle
tlnfoiled. All of the flowers used are
very cheap JUBt now, and for the pa
per holders, when tho pretty things
are made at home, many girls buy
tho packages of round lace-edged
paper used upon cake ana DonDon
dishes and sold at ten cent stores.
If there aro to be men guests at the
function boutonnieres for them are
made up in the same manner. The
rounds of paper need to be cut the
required size and the edges pasted
together. Such corsage knots and bou
tonnieres are permissible for any
smart tea, dinner or luncheon.
The novelties strictly for bridal use
are always In pure white. There are
tiny dolls dressed as brldos, wedding
trunks, slippers, little satin bags con
taining rice or confetti, wedding bells,
wee automobiles holding flowers or
candy, etc. Occasionally a gtoom in
black get-up", with the traditional white
boutonniere, is shown in this snowy
gathering, and one such little gentle
man adds a very realistic note to tho
decorations of the table. Painted fig
ures on cardboard bedeck place cards,
the brides, bridesmaids and black-
coated men all cut out and held up
by a little rest at the back of the
card. The cards aro very easy to make
. anybody in the family has a gift for
water-color painting, and when thej
are printed they are cheap enough.
Dates stuffed with peanut butter and
then rolled In sugar are a pleasing
change from dates stuffed with nuts.
If a curtain or portiere pole Is
rubbed with hard soap before being
put up the draperies will slip on eas
Dates and figs cut in small pieces
and served with plenty of sugai
make a tasty accompaniment to o .
dish of rice boiled in milk.
Cheese may be kept soft and good
for a long time if wrapped in a cloth
wrung out in vinegar and ther
wrapped again in dry cloth.
Whole wheat or brows broad cut
Into very thin slices an? sproad with
unsalted butter is tasty served with
oysters on the half shell.
Strange as it may seem, beef maj
be kept for months if immersed lnlS. Tlirwa nmnorHni-ninnipn
30ur milk. The laotic acid destroys
the germs of putrefaotion.
Scraps of toilet soap should be
saved and when half a cupful or so is
on hand it Is a good plan to make the
scraps into a soap jelly.
Use hot milk Instead of cold when
mashing potatoes and they will be
Chicken fat Is far better than but-
cer to use In making a white sauce
when creaming, chicken.
Always lower tho tomnoratiirB nf
tho oven Bomewhat fifteen or twenty
minutes after a roast has been placed
in it, This will insure that the Juices
On minv dnvs. wW it hOM r,
essary to dry clothes within doors,
use your theoretical knowledge that
1 1 x .1 t.n i.1 m , m
as possible. 8 UP
Gooseberries and Cream.
Pick off stems, thoroughly wash and
carefully drain on a cloth a quart
fresh, sound, large gooseberries; place
on a dish, sprinkle two tablespoons
powdered sugar over, lightly mix;
whisk X gills cream till well thick
ened but not qulto to a froth, adding
two tablespoonfuls sugar; whisk for a
minute, pour over the gooseberrler
Tea Ice Cream.
Doll a quart of milk and thqn pour
it over one ounce of tea leaves; let
steep covered for five minutes. Strain
Into a bowl over a caramel mado of
two ounces of sugar, Beat the yolks
of eight eggs with one-half pound of
powdered sugar; Btlr the milk Into
Ibis mixture, and place the whole over
the fire, gently stirring until It thick-ns.
Helpless As A Baby.
Valley Height!, Va, Mrs Jennie
B. Kirby, in a letter from this pl$ce,
Mys: "I was sick in bed for nine
month', with womanly troubles". I
was o Trsak and helphss, at times,
that I could not raise, my head off
the pillow. I commenced to tako
Cardui, and I saw it was helpintr m ,
at once. Now I work all day," A
atonic, for weak wtm-n,, nothirg
has been found, for fiftv years, that
would take the pluce of Cardui, It
will surely do you good. Cardui is
prepared from vegetable ingredient? ,
and has a specific, curative effect on
the womanly organs. Try a bottle
today. At your druggise'd.
C. O. Wright J. C. Johnson
REAL ESTATE AND LOANS.
Special Attention Given Farm
Office Corner Ninth & Main Streets,
me properties nere onerea are
but a few of the many bargains we
have. The best investmeut on earth
is some of the earth itself.
We cheerfully show you our prop
erties and endeavor co please you in
just what you may want.
Christian County Farm Lands
126 acres on Palmyra road, 7 miles
from Hopkinsville; all under cultiva
tion; 25 acres of nice clover: well im
proved; mighty nice size farm; can
make a price that will interest you.
175 acres half mile off Butler pike;
sp.endiu farm; well improved, well
watered, plenty of limber and good
neighbors. Price $40.00 per acre.
860 acres in three adjoining farms
consolidated. Will sell separately or
as a whole for from $60 to $80 per
acre. On Clarkaville pike, with ele-
! gant country home and all modern
' improvements, including two cot
tage residences if divided,
j NO. 4.
j 500 acres 2 miles from fown 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 and Pembroke
pike. Sh miles north of Pembroke
and 2 miles east of "Fairview, 60
ncres in timber. $50 an acre.
1272 acres on Butler pike; nice new
7 room residence with hall, 3 veran
dos: 1 good tobacco barn, 1 good
stock barn. Thare'are also another
set'of improvements on the farm
suitable 'for overseer; i mile of
church and school, nice ..neighbor-
. - , . ,u
rn tne rarm.
, 265 acres near Julian. This is a
; d f HflS 35 ncres 30Wn tQ
grass. We can make an attractive
( price on this farm.
Two houses and lots on East 13th
,St.; one house and lot on Eist 12th
condition andean sell at attractive
prices, which ought to interest
lies desiring such property.
Store and dwelling cemt ir eo also
nice cottage and large larr., all on
same lot; located cr- est 19 h St.
Can sell this property at u bargain.
Nice cott ; c on West 18.h St
I This is a nice place. ' It has all mod'
' ern conveniences electric lightB,
water and bath. It has a nice gar
den, plenty of shade trees and nice
,. un Thts in mria.vi., an
0Mtw v- - - - 7""rf
' urucuve iiumc uiiu uuc u'ut tmuuiu
1 command the attention of anyone
who deBires an. ideal location.
New cottage on Hopper Court. This
nouse nas jusc oeen compieteu ana is
ready for occupancy. Owner ia
anxious to sell at once.
House and lot East 13th St., Hop
kinsville; house C rooms and two
verandas, concrete walk and steps,
Bungalow on Hopper Court, brand
new, G romns, bath, electric lights.
West Side Property.
' We have some nice ones. Three
nice places on Jesup Ave. and a num
ber of other good properties in same
We are here to please you and ap
preciate your callB.
Call and let us do some bus
iness with you.
WRIGHT & JOHNSON.
TRY TO BE ORCZHLY
HAVE PLACE FOR EVERYTHING
AND KEEP IT THESE.
The Topsy-TurvyQIfl Flr.rfs li Hard
Live er Wsrk In Crampsd
Quarters Be Neat at
It Is hard to keep crowded quarters
neat, as tho girl of ono'room or the
housokooper of a small house sorrow'
fully knows. In days when thpro were
great linen chests, hugo closets and
tower belongings, the problem was
simpler. Then our grandparents made
a fotlsh of neatness.
If only In tho Interest of .ono's
nerves a placo for everything needed
should bo cultivated. Jt is not restful
to hunt madly for gloves or overshoes;
to make hay in a drawer In desperate
search for a missing article: to turn
a household upside down with frantic
cries, "Mother, where is my hat?"
"Who's taken my mileage book? 1
know 111 miss the train."
The girl who works must bd neat
and In order. Mere surface e'eanness
will not do. If there Is lack of svs'pm
there are sure to be palnfuT mistakes
and sharp reprimands. For l'er own
sake a girl should be orderly; the
time, taken hunting one's belongings
la that much tlmq lost. Worts Mn ar
rears is bad business.
The easiest way to be orderly Is to
learn that It Is as easy to put an ar
ticle in one place as another. It Is
not difficult to acquire place for
everything and keep those things
placed. The easy-going girl drrps not
realize until she has a reputaticn for
being sloven how far from nice slio
Another cure for disorder Is elimina
tion. Cut down your belonrlnss. If
you live in cramped quarters mi!ce
tho elimination drastic. It is rnrprts-
Ing how much wo can go alrng- with
out To own no more thing3 itt one
time than one needs means a core
If naturally careless and wftroat
early training in neatness, a wnrai
should take herself severely in Band.
She should determine to be neat at
any cost. This means living ' mere
slowly. Half the secret of misplaced be
longings Is planning more for otrr day
than there are hours for accornp'iPh
ment Tho woman whb rushes from
one engagement to another le-.Tr9 a
trail of scattered" belongings otcJ up
Meringue Cereal Cream.
"Use any cooked cereal.- E
that It Is steamed until It is vptt nf-
and creamy. Then reovp frr M"
fire and to each cunfnl stfr n-
tablespoonful of whipped ere..''" -nr
the same amount of (Stiffly vMro'!!
egg white. Serve this immp'1'',1'
heaped on saucers, dusted with pon
dered sugar and pour over each ra
tion half a small cupful of thick'ema"
This recipe may also be varied !'
stirring in a tablespoonful of chopper
nut meats, seeded' raisins, dates o
figs, and forms one of the most deli
Two cups powdered sugar, two-thirds
cup butter, four eggs, one-half cup
milk, Anally the frothed whites, alter
nately with the Hour; bake in jelly
tins; when cold, spread tho following
mixture between them: One cup milk
two small teaspoons cornstarch, one
egg, one teaspoon vanilla, one-half cup
sugar; scald the milk, add the corn
starch, wet with a little cold milk,
pour upon the beaten eggs and sugar,
return to tho fire and stir until qultf
thick, flavor when cold.
Grape Juice Punch.
Cook together one pound sugar and
half pint water until it spins a thread.
Take from tho flro and turn over a cup
of strong tea. Add the juice of six
lemons and tho same amount of or
anges with a quart of grape juice and
stand aside over night. When ready
to serve add sliced fruits and the wa
ter, plain or mineral, with ice In the
punchbowl, If desired, cut otfe-half
pound marshmallows Into quarter
and allow three to each glass.
, Make a cup from the crisp leaves of
hjttuce. Removo the shells from
hard-boiled eggs, slice them across
with a sharp knife and arrange the
slices In tho cup without breaking
them. Break hickory nut meats In
medium sized pieces and sprinkle gen
orously over the top of the eggs. Gar
nish with a rich mayonnaise dressing
and top with a brilliant green mint
cherry. Chill well before serving.
Squeeze out the juico of an orange,
pour boiling water on a little of the
peel and cover It close; boil sugar and
water to a thin sirup and skim It;
when all are cold mix the juice, the In
fusion and tho sirup with as much
water aB will make a rich drink; strain
through a Jelly bag.
Doll six potatoes and put through
rice. Beat one egg; mix with it one
fourth cup milk; add the potatoes,
pteco of butter and salt. Form pot a
toes into fancy shape, brush with cg
and. bake In hot oven.
Eighteen large tomatoes, two or
ions, three green peppers, one cur
white sugar, 2 cups vinegar. tw
teaspoons each Bait, cinnamon, clove
and allspice. Cook half an hour am'
One of the Number of Metcalfe's
This is a cut of Metcalfe's new Prosperity Shaper, Iwhich is going
men u long way in decreasing the irritation of men folks' necks and tem
fs, bv letting all fold collars be so ironed that tie slides well in collar,
d ci liars are srfven nice, smooth, oval edee. It is utterly impossible for
ti collar to crack or break in our laundering process. Our shirt department
one which we feel proud of; nor only is work done right, but jthe shirta
t ut in Sanitary Covers. Our Dry Cleaning department is in the hands
f skil fd workmen
We have flowers for all occasions. Remember that if you buy or con-
'r ac for $10 worth of coupon books,
"ntr when the Avalon is finished,
i ''(, g into the Avalon, a place cf
rounuing country people.
DR. R. L BRADLEY,
Voterinary Surgeon and Dentist
Oflicv, Infirmary and Shoefng Forge
8-n. '"t. Main and Water Sts.
Office Phone, 211.
Miwnt Phone, 127.
Niwht Phone Home, 1479.
OLES m WARTS
Removed with MOLESOFF, wtihout pain or dangeryno
matter how large or how far raisedove the surface of
The skin. And they will never return and no trace or
scar will be left. MOLES OFF is applied directly to the
.vl OLE or WART, which entirely disappears in about six
'MH.ys.killiDg the germ and leaving the skin smooth and
MOLESOFF is put up only in OneJ Dollar bottles.
Bach bsttto Is forwarded postpaid on rzceipt of price, la neatly packed in a plaia ease,
nss vrwanledhy full directions, and contains enough remedy to remove eight or ten ordinary
t . l or WA ITS. We sell MOLES OFF under a positive GUARANTEE If IfrfaiW to remove
l ir OLE ORWAHT. e will promptly refund the dollar. Lettera'from personages we al
k io,v. together with much valuable information, will be mailed free uponirequest.
Guaranteed by the Florida Distributing
1905. Serial No. 45633.
Pn'use mention this paper
RRD A. PARKER, D. O.
Res. Phono 491..
hoenix Building "OSTEOPATHS' Hopkinsville, Kyj
v Office Phone 703 ' jf
NEW CENTURY HOTEL
OPEN EVERY DAY IN THE YEAR
Rates on Application First Class Orchestra
DAWSON SPRINGS,. KY.
Special rates to those coming early in the season. H The mineral
waters of Dawson are second to none in .regard to their curative
powers. IF Special rates on the I. C. Railroad, f The New Cen
.tury Hotel is equipped with electric lichts and is steam-heated.
An up-to-date Hotel in all respects. TT J.V.Hayton & Co., Proprietors.
Roy L. Threlkeld. Manager.
The Wilson Campaign Fund
The Kentuckian willpublish the 1
names of all subscribers to the na
tional Democratic campaign fund as
the money is received, It will be
transmitted to the National Treas
urer, Rolla Wells, who will send
each contributor a handsomely litho
Address all subscriptions to the
"Wilson Campaign Fund," care of
this paper. Make cheques payable
to that fund; Send in your subscrip
To The Editor Op The Kentuckian:
As a believer in tho progressive ideals of government represented
in the candidacy of Woodrow Wilson for president of the United
Sires, and to tho end that he may take the office free-handed, un
irammeled, and obligated to none but the people of tho country, I
i h to contribute through you,
l'rt-i.aarer, the sum of
campaign. - -
and take one during August aud an-
the profits from the buswese, and
pleasure for Hopkinsville andjsur-
Treats all diseases of domesticated
animals scientifically and performs
all operations known to'4"the Veteri
nary profession. Special attention
given to the shoeing of horses' with
Co. underj tho Food and Drugs Act. June 30
Florida Distributing Company
MARTHA D. BEA&D, 1). O
' ' Res. Phone 511.
tion at once, no matter how large or
The Democratic national campaign
for the election of Governor Wood
row Wilson as President and Gov
ernor Thomas R. Marshall as Vice
President of the United States is the
The Finanqe Gommitteeask you to
aid them in their, plan of raising
campaign funds by popular subscrip
tions. to be forwarded to Rolla Wells,
.toward the expenses of the