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Hopkinsville Kentuckian. (Hopkinsville, Ky.) 1889-1918, October 08, 1912, Image 2

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vJopMftsville Kentuckian.
Ihm Uiid Every Other Day,
)a Thursday und Saturday
Mornings, by
CUM. M. M EACH AM.
ttthsHopWrnWllePoatofflcrfas Sfcosd
cuu ami Matter.
SUBSCRIPTION tfATES:
ONE YEAR : ;....,..$2.n0
MX MONTHS 1.00
THREE MONTHS.. &. 50
JKHGLE COPIES 6c
Advertising Rntos on Applications
S12 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
DEMOCRATIC TICEE
PREFERRED LOCALS'
(Advertisements )
See J. H. Dukk ff emi tracing
uuildlnur und iteuuml rvuMtir worK jf
all kinds. Phon47tt. '
(
People who do not lityi in
town are as welcome to the
band concerts as anybody.
Bioks for subscription to stock in
the 62nd. series of the Hopkinsville
Building & Loan Association wilt be
opened at the office of the treasurer
at the First National Bank, on Oc
tober 1st. A limited number ofu
shares will be sold.
THOS. W. LONG, Treas.
IN MAMMOTH CAVE.
All expenses .for two days trip
$8.90 on regular train Oct. 36fch. -J.
C. HOOE, Agt.
FOR PRESIDENT
WOODROW WILSON
of New Jersey.
FOR VICE PRESIDENT
THOMAS R. MARSHALL
of Indiana.
ELECTORS.
State at Large.
Robert Harding, Uoyle.
H. V. McChosney. Franklin.
DISTRICTS.
lst-Robert Hazelwood, Carlisle.
2nd-D. H. Ktncheloe. Hopkins.
8rd-W. C. Goad, Allen.
4th-R. L. Durham. Uhlo.
6thKeith L. Bullitt. Jefferson.
6th R. C Simmons. Kenton:
7th-G. T. Perking. Lee.
Bth-R. H. Tomlinson. Garrard.
9th-J. W. Riley. Rowan.
10th J. E. Chlldcrs, Pike.
llth-Carlo Little. Clay.
LaBelle Chelito, a dancing sir) of
Spain, while singing at Granada, was
loudly called upon to sing "The
Flea'" a censored song. She an
nounced that she could not, the Gov
ernor having ordered its suppression
and the Executive being present.
One of the young men, a son of a
Mai quis, raised such a disturbance
that the Governor had him put out.
Latpr an attempt was made by the
boy's father to have the Governor
removed, but he was finally sustain
ed by the Premier. The Ada the
J) iy wanted was one of the very
kicked kind.
TAX NOTICE.
. County and State taxes are due
and must be paid. Penalty added
after Nov. 30. LO W JOHNSON,
Sheriff.
ROPES GIVEN SEVERE TESTS
i
Italian and Manila Hemp Most In Fa
vor Among Mountaineers of
the Alps.
Not An Experiment.
I Paint Llefcf. Ky.-Mrs. Mry Free
mm, of this place; s ys: "Before I
' commenced to take Cardui, I suffer
' ed so much from womanly trouble.
The-ropes ibpc1 by Alpine climbers 1 wr8 so weak that 1 was down on
art of special manufacture, coutbfh-, my back nearly all the time , Cardui
Ing as fnr as possible the tlffTordnt His done me more $rooi than any'
qtislifcios of strength, flexibility and medicine I ever took in my life. I j
hghtnois. Three qualities are m onn'fpossibly praisu it too highly."
general nso, being made from sjsal, You need not to he afraid to take
Italian and Manila homps rospec- ( Cardui. It is no new experinment.
tivoly, and occasionally, when cost ' For fifty years, it has been found to
is not a consideration, of silk. The j relievo headache, backache, and
latter, though very light and strong, similar womanly troubles. Compos
is not so durable as the othors. That ed of gentle-acting, herb, ingredi
whioh finds most favor among Brit- en ts, Cardui builds up the strength,
ish mountaineers is known as Buck-j preventing much unnecessary pain.
mghain'8 Alpine rope; it is made of Try it for yourttroubles, today.
the best Manila hemn. Advertisement.
In the year 18G4 a committee of
the Alpine club made tests upon a
number of ropes suitable for moun-
tnmeonn tr. Of the two that -were
New Goods, Fresh Goods, This
Year's Pick 1912
-
Scstfcd Raisins, Evaporated Peaches, Eaprated Ajj
ridbts. Sun Dried Appietf, New Rice, Corn, To'tnatoesj
Peas, . Peaches, Pumpkin, String Beans, Porkfand
Beans, Asparagus,, Apples, Hominy, in fact wfe are
receiving new goods daily. Let; us have your order.
W.ll guarantee satisfaction.
HOUSE FOR REjtfT.
Six room Cottage at 104 West 17th
street for rent. Immediate posses
ion can be given. ' Bath room, gas
electric lights. Rent'$200 r
CHAS. M. M EACH AM.
5 Per Cent Money To Loan.
On GoodlSouth 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-
l out. Inquire on the premises or at
Kentuckian office.
The Danger After Grip
liei -ren in a run-down system.
"Weknes?, nervousness, lack of ap
pet5e. energv and ambition, with
dr Hered 'iver and kidneys often
foi ' an atuck of this wretched
dis ce. The greatest need then is
cii, . d:.i. iU i : . ...: I
Jlilt ' lit U1C LCI N, glUriUUB LUI11C,
blo 3 purifier and regulator of
stc- liver and kidneys. Thous
, ands 1 ave proved that they wonder-
Vt lu Iv ''rcnirthen the nerves, bui ri
up ' e system and restore to health
and ffood spirits after an attack . of
Grip. If suffering, try them. Only
50 cents. Sold and perfect satisfac
tion guaranteed by All Druggist.
Bonds For Sale.
For purpose of extensions and re
cent large improvements the Hop
kinfcvillo Water Co. will issue a
limited amount ofj;5 per cent bonds
For particulars apply at City Bank
& Trust Co. or to
Thos. W. Morris, Supt,
Farmers On Jury.
Ten farmers and two grocers are
nnnrnvpfl nnr wns mndo of Italian ' on the jury to try the dynamiters at
hemp and the other of Manila. They ' 1'idiannpolia. Not only evidence of
both lintl a breaking strain of two ' the alleged illegal interstate ship-
tons and sustained the weight of a mpnc or. avnamirema nitro glycerine
168-pound man after falling from a ' but also evidence, as ,to what was
height of ten feet. JNon-mpuntam-cers
have sometimes considaredthis
insufficient, but it is highly prob
lematical whether the hitman 'anat
omy could survive the sudden com
pression of a thin rope arising 'from
any greater fall.
done with the explosives will be Bub
mitted.
NATURE DEMANDS A CHANGE
Craving for Amusement Is Natural
and Must Not in Wisdom Be
Withheld.
Social students have often noted
that lack of amusements leads to im
morality. They might have added
that lack of amusements leads to
other less serious, "but quite as ab
surd consequences.
Ten thousand girls a week go to
the fortune teller because their work
aday lives -are so dull and drab that
they must needs seek amusement in
dreams and visions.
The shrewd "clairvoyant" knows
this. He or she may not state
the generalization in words, but he
practices it His standing announce
ment that the caller is "going to
make a change" is one case in point.
The condensed version of a Laura
Children Cry
FOR FLETCHER'S
OASTO RI A
List Still Grows.
With(50,000 persons watching him
at the interstate fair grounds Thurs
day afternoon, Charles F. Walsh,
while making a spiral descent in a
biplane, fell 2,000 feet at Trenton,
N. J.
J . K
TWYMAN
204 SOUTH MAIN.
ma
NOTICE
BARGAIN MONTH
New President.
John Buckingham, of Paintsviile,
was elected President of the State
Bankers' Association.
Ten Killed.
Tdh persons, five of them women,
i were killed in a railroad wreck at
Westport, Conn.
Almost A Miracle.
ATTENTION! .
Well boring, both deep and
shallow, also coal prospect
ing done with the latest im
proved machinery. Call or
address M O. Kimerling,
Hopkinsville, Ky.
R. F. D. No. 7.
Cumberland Phone 638-2.
To Clean Up Chicago. .
Chicago hat bef un a vice crusade.
States Attorney Wayman declares he
intend tn coi every ip-iH'v '
rc. c :.: v.v'0- cuiity a..ti b-:.:ih
every immoral character from, his
jurisdict'on. More fhan 200 war
rants were taken out Thursday.
Puts End To Bad Habit
Things never look bright to one
with "the blues." Ten to o.-io 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
stomach, liver and kidneys. 25 cts.
Advertisement.
T. S. KoigM S Co
Real Estate. Loais
and Insur uice. Orilce
souVi side Co t
PRIZES WON BY WOMEN.
SULZER WINS.
Syracuse, N. Y Oct. 4. After a
bitter fight, the Democratic State
convention nominated for Governor
of New York, .Congressman William
Sulzer on the fourth ballot. Gov.
Dix was the contending candidate.
"Have you ever seen a copy of the
Cortright Metal Shingle Advocate,
that little magazine issued by the
Cprtright Metal Roofing Co. of
Philadelphia? If not you ought to
scud, them your name and address.
It is full of interest'nfir information
about roofinp-, and has a lot of other
data that is well worth reading.
Just tell them that you faw this
notlc ik the Hopkinsville Ken-
Miss Birdie "Wise, who won the
Failing prize of $150 in the recent
Linnual oratorical contest at the Uni
versity of Oregon, has agreed to de
liver her oration throughout the
state during the summer. She was
a member of the graduating class of
the university, is the president of the
University of Oregon chapter of the
college of equal suffrage, and select
ed woman suffrage for her subject
The other prize offered in the con
test, the Beekman prize of $100, was
also won by a woman.
HER SPECIALTY.
"What beautiful burnt wood work
you have,"
"My daughter did 'em. She's con
sidered a fine pyromaniae."
In the Mlkflt Halo Region.
. "I believe," sold a Bill villa autbor,
that If we Anally reach Paradise we'll
worry about having to fly too high
and ting too often, and some folks
will complain about the streets of gold
because the hard pavement may hurt
their teef Atlanta ConstltuiaL
Children Cry
FOR FLETCHER S
C ASTO R I A
One of the most startling changes
flvpr RPfin in anv man. nw.nrdincr tn
Jean Libbey romance which he deals iW B Holsclaw, Clarendon, Tex.,
out to his dupes is another. wag effected years ago in his broth-
The average human being needs er "Wp hnd such a dreadful cout?h "
not only food, clothes and shelter, he wrjte9 "that a our family
but a bit of excitement as well. If, thjuoht he was ffoinir into consume
he doesn't get it one way, he does tI n buAhe beran toUseDr. King's
if
r
a
THE
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ONE
as
SY MAIL
TE9
$2.00
another.
SERIOUS BRITISH PROBLEM.
ATot least pf Britain's social prob
lems is the increase of the feeble
minded. There are already moro
than 150,000, a majority of whom
drift in and out of the workhouses
and prisons, unable to support them
selves or to live decently, and Prof.
C. G. Crosley states that nearly half
are now in need of special care and
control. Their birth rate averages
seven per marriage, that of normal
families being only four. It is urged
that such persons as endanger so
ciety be placed under State control in
suitable colonies, where agriculture
and other work would make them
comfortable and self-supporting.
New Discovery, .and was completely
cured by ten bottles. Now he is
sound and well and weighs 218 lb3.
For many years our family has used
this wonderful remedy for Coughs
and Colds, with excellent results "
It's quick, safe, reliable and guaran
teed. Price 50 ce'nt3 and $1.00.
Trial bottle free at All Druggists.
Advertisement.
During the month of October subscriptions will
be taken to The Daily Evansville Courier at $2.00.
One morith only OCTOBEi-thereafter no
subscription will be taken at less than the regular
price1, $2.50.
THINK OF IT A DAILY NEWSPAPER
A WHOLE, YEAR FOR 2.00
The Brightest; Newsiest Newspaper in Southern Indiana
Full Associated Press Reports.
News, from all points In Indiana. Kentucky and Illinois by special
corresporiclents.
Clever cartoons Brll'lant Editorials Splendid Features All
j Sporting News Mutt and Jeil. ' ;
! Complete and Correct Mariiet Reports.
Mo mall subscriptions in towns where we have agents who deliver
by carrier.
ft
Send In your suMc"iptnn ;oday. Don't wait you -may forget It
You will want to read the news of the closing days of the campaign
and election resuhb ..t . . tJr prints all. political news without hia
Tell your neighbor or.-'phoneilm.
Send The Courier Cor a year to that member of your family, rela
tive or frlcnl who has moved to aoaif distant town, so he can keep
posted on lttVpenlngs at home; It's HUe a letter 'from home.
Send $2.00 by check, express or money order any day in October tn
iHE
EVANSVILLE COURIER
EVANSVJSLLE-, IND.
'ine only .nnsft yaur puoMsned in Erunsville y0U get fcv t-ne t
same day it is printed v
i'
GERMAN WOMEN IN OFFICE.
Gjermany has 11,0QD 'women fill
ing honorary offices in cities and on '
charity boards. In 105 municipals
ties 7,000 women are in active serv-1
ice for the care of the poor and or-1
phnns. In 115 towns there are worn-1
en serving on the school boards. The '
Union for Motherhood Protection is
said to be the only woman's organi
zation which receives the approval of
the kaiser. This society was found
ed by Frau Stoecker and numbers it
members by the thousands, includ
ing every class and condition, men
and women, in Germany.
EVEN BREAK.
t
Briggs A man cannot purchas
happiness.
Griggs rNot outright, but he can
take a chance at it with , the mini
teife fee.
TERM EXTENDED.
"Do you expect to go as far as im
the terminal on that line of cars?"
"Oh, we're going further thaa
that. We're going right on to the
end."
HER ALIBI,
"Mary, you burned the soup to
day." "Well, you see, ma'am, the weath
er'a so hot that anythinga apt to get
burned."
THE DRY FALL UTTOG TO
MAMMOTH CAVE
For The Home Circle and Private Parties
$Q40
ROUND TRIP FROM
And All Way Statiws,
REGULAR TRAIN 7:05 A.M.
Tuesday
Ocl. 15.
ALL EXPENSES AT HOTEL ONLY S5.50. This includes your board and admission to the sev
eral rcutrs In the Cave. One evening for a promenade or dance.
A GRAND TWO-DAYS OUTING. Write or Phone L. & N. Ticket Agt , J. C. Hooe,
! MAKE YOUR
OWN PAINT
ASK US FOR THE FORMULA. THE FINEST BLACK PROTECTIVE
COATING FOR ALL WOOD AND IRON WORK CAN BE READILY
AND CHEAPLY MADE FROM ,
PURE COAL TAR.
Hardens quickly, sticks like rubber, costs little and sprtads "readily
under the brush. ASK US. 1 r -
KENTUCKY
PUBLIC SERVICE ECO.
INCORPORATED.
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