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HOPKINSVILLE HlfiNTUCKlAN, OCTOBER 10
m Jlopkinsvillc Kcntuckian
fabltatHid Every Other Dy,
,y, Tmumday and Saturday
CHAS. M. MEA.CHAM.
t tin HopklnsTlllff Poatoffico (I Second
UIm Mail Hatter.
YEAR v $2.00
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Advertising Rates on Applications
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DEMOCRATIC TICI 6 "
of New Jersey.
FOR VICE PRESIDENT
THOMAS R. MARSHALL,
State at Large.
Robert Harding, iloyle.
H. V. McChesney. Franklin.
lat-Robert Haiclwood. Carlisle.
2nd-D. H. Klncheloe. Hopkins.
3rd-W. C. Goad. Allen.
4th R. L. Durham. Ohio.
6th Keith L. iiuUitt. Jefferson.
6th R. C Simmons. Kenton.
7th G.T. Perkins, Lee.
Bth R. H. Tomlinson. Garrard.
9th-J. W. Riley, Bowan. ,
10th J. E. Chllders. Pike. V
Uth-Cark) Little. Clay. '
The Twentieth International Irri
ssuun congress came to a close to
day with a grand ball and reception.
aj. mcnara w. Young, ot Salt
Lkp, was chosen president and
Phoenix, Ariz., as the next meeting
place of the congress.
Another German airman, August
Birkmeir, " was killed Friday. He
was flying around the aerodrome at
Hanover in his monoplane when, in
making a curve, one of the wings
tipped too far and caused the ma
chinp to crash to the ground from a
height of 50 feet. He was dead
when picked up.
SeJ. H. Dim for contractinf
uuirdinc and general repair work o
all kinds. Phoae 476.
People who do not live in
town are as welcome to the
band concerts as anybody.
IN MAMMOTH CAVE.
All expenses for two days trip
$8.90 on regular train Oct. 35th.
J. C. HOOE, Agt.
County and Stato taxes are due
and must be paid. Penalty sdded
after Nov. 30. LOW JOHNSON.
HOUSE FOR RENT.
Six room Cottage at 104 West 17th
street for rent. Immediate posses
ion can be given. Bath room, gos,
electric lights. Rent.$200.
CHAS. M. MEACHAM.
5 Per Cent Money To Loan.
On Good South 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
7th street will be vacated soon and
willbe 'for rent. It has electric
ights, city water, bath room and is
newly painted and paperedthrough-
out. Inquire on the premises or at
STREET FAKER'S CONFESSION
Deelr Wth Chain Ha !!
ttMktft fef SO Cnt Cxt
Hfm Lm Thn Flv.
The finest line of samples eveJ
seen in Hopkinsville, from the Col-
ins Mfg. Co. of Philadelphia, can be
seen at the Kentuckian office. Come
in and see them. We can please you,
no matter what style you want for
took Admiral Southerland
bthe-wav. marn'prl n Hnn.
kinsville girl only a week to clean
up the N carapua revolution, cap
tui.: v Gen. Afcna ami killing Gen
Zeledoi), the two leaders. In the
scrap four A-ieiican
The marines were Ralph V.- Bab
bell, Nevada, Mo.; Clarence H. Mc
Giil, Portland. Me . Harry Pollard,
Medway, Mass , and Chas. H. Dur
ham, Junction City, Ky. The fight
lasted only 37 minutes, and took
place" neur Masoga.
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,
The ereaifig of the WaggeAer Jt-
bilee m AfcchioH a street fJtr tfooa
on the corner and sold watch chains
for 50 cents each. Late that night
on the depot platform he paid (o a
Globo reporter: "I didn't act in
town until 4 o'clock in the after
noon, but I succeeded in selling 48
chains at 50 cents each. I actually
cleared more than $15 and didn't
get here until the crowd was going
away. If I had arrived here early
I would have made at least $50 or
$100. I can buy all the chains
want for less than 10 cents each. Did
you hear the spiel I mode? I told
the crowd that the chains were made
of metal wo call Cubanola. I told a
long atory about how a party ofex-
plorers found this strange metal in
the wilds of Cuba and how they first
thought it was gold. They had it
examined and found that while it
was not gold it looked the same" and
could not be told apart except bv
an- expert. Then explaining that
only a few of these would be sold in
each town simply as an advertise
ment I proceeded to sell them almost-
aB fast as I could hand them outof"
my satchel. Often I take out my
own chains to look at them and to
wonder why people buy them. I ven
ture you can find better chains aF
your -5 and 10 cent store, A good-
street faker makes good money. I
will average between $50 and $100 a
week and don't work verv hard.
either." The faker owns a 240-acre
farm back in Illinois and has suffi
cient income to keep him the rest of
his life. However, he said, there was
a certain fascination about working
suckers and he would probably keep
it up until he died.
CERTAINLY OWNS THE BARK
Well boring, both deep and
marines ard cVinll
several hundred rebels were killed J. Y "... Tw
mg uune wicn me latest im
proved machinery. Call or
address M. O. Kimerling,
R. P. D. No. 7.
Cumberland Phone 638-2.
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
fol'-v on atck of (his wretched
ditKe. The y.cditatuetU .then id
Electric Bitters, the glorious tonic,
b! d pucifier
stomach, liver and kidney Thou--'
nnd3 have proved tint they w nde:-'
fu ly strengthen the nerve3, build
up the system and restore to health
and good spirits after an attack of
Gript If suffering, try them. Only
50 cents. Sold and perfect satisfac
tion guaranteed by All Druggist.
After Many Years.
John Brill and his father, of Jack
on, O., separated' 80 years ago,
have just found each other in Den
ver, through a newspaper item. The
old man is now 80 years old and the
Bonis a prosperous rancher. The
father will live with his son.
Pits End To Bad Habit
Things never look bright to one
with "the blues." 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 thstn. Let the joy of better
TijpelingB end the blues." Best for
tMwacfc, liver twTkWneyB. 2octsf
T. S. Knight & Co
Bbal Estufce Loa s
and Insurance. Jftlce
..o ucii d j Oc::;t
w nrnrrrrrn in hi i i iiii i m'ii
Say, You !
WoMtn's Greatest Trouble.
Big- Sandy, Ttnn. Mra. Locy Can
troll, of thki place, "Every
two weeks I mm) to go to bed and
stay there several day?. I suffered
untold mmry. Nothing seemed to
help m until 1 tried Careful, the
woman's tonic. Although I hd
ben afflicted with womanly weak
ness for seven yea;?, Cardui helped
me more than anything else ever did,
It is surely the best tonic for women
on eartn." Tveatcness is woman's
trcntest trouble, .Cardui is woman's
greatest medicine, oecause it over
comes that weakness and brings back
strength. In the past 50 years Car
dui neipea over minion women.
Try it for your troubles todBy.
CLEANiNG In POULTRY YARD
Make 8re to Rcah All Crevice and
Crcki with Thereugh Apfilk
tlen of Whitewash.'
; r ,.--..-
Summer'tlme Is tho season ot houso
cleaning In the poultry yard. To
clean tho chicken house, take out
roosts, drop boards, nest boxes, feed
hoppers, etc., and brush down the
walls. With a spray pump or white
wash brush, wash tho Interior thor
oughly, and apply a coat of whitewash
with 2 per cent of carbolic acid In
tho mixture. Make sure that you
reach all of the cracks, crevices and
knotholes. Remove tho upper layer
from a dirt floor and fill up with
coarse sand or gravel. Wash tho win
dows and' muslin curtains and leavo
open to Bun and air.
Go over tho house for openings that
might make drafts, and repair them.
Don't put lousy hens in a clean hen
houso. If the- weather Is warm a
thorough washing In tobacco water, or
mild solution of sheep dip will kill
tho JIco and not hurt, tho chickens. At
any Tate, treat them thoroughly with
lice powder., Give the neet boxes a
thorough scalding with hot soapsuds
in Which is a haadful of salt to the
pailful.; Strong smelling disinfectants
and louse killers should not be used
about tho nest boxes, as tho odor is
absorbed by the eggs, making them
unflt for uso.
Brooders and coops which are of no
further use this season should be
thoroughly cleaned, disinfected and
aired' before being put way. Water
vessels and feed troughs should be
"A ship is a bark, isn't it?"
"Then is a dog a shipowner?"
KNOWS BOY QUESTION.
Thomas Chew, whose advice and
counsel is sought in all sections of
the country where boys' clubs, are in
operation or being organized, has
been superintendent of the Boys'
Club of Fall River, Massachusetts,
for twent)'-three years. He knows
the boy question as few men in this
country know it. At eight years of
age he worked in the mills at Lan
cashire, England. Pour years later
fns parents came to America, and the
lad went Jo work in the Fall River
mills as a weaver. He managed to
educate himself, quit the mills, and
was appointed janitor of a branch of
the Y. 1L C. A. Then came the
club organization. Jftw it is housed
in a $50,000 home, with a member
ship ot over 2,O0Q4 Seventeen na
tionalities are on lie roll.
'I ib I
HOW W tkai primBmi
JefcyWr k immhI ?
Louise In Love.
linear William's only daughter, '
Lorfeei is said to be engaged to j
Prijk Ernest August, son of the'
Dss't wall itatll tka vry
Iat aomeat hut give tu a
little U mui WH bow
you what hlh grade work
wo caa tars out.
One of thejmost startling changes
ever seen m any man, according to
W. B. Holsclaw, Clarendon, Tex.,
was e ffected years ago in his broth
er. "He had such a dreadful cough,"
lie writes, "that all our family
th tught he was going into consump
tion, but he began to use Dr. King's
Nkw Discovery, and was completely-
cured by ten bottles. Now he is
sound and well and weighs 218 Ib3.
F ir many years our family has used
this wonderful remedy for Coughs
a id Colds with excellent results "
It's quick, safe, reliable and guaran
teed. Price .50 cents and $1.00.
Trial bottle free at All Druggists.
frRED A. PARKER, D. 0. MARTHA D. fefiARD, D. O
Hat. PIMM 4M. Km. Mmm til.
0ee M chm 78
j McClaid & Armstrong
GRANITE AND MARBLE MONUMENTS,
CUT STONE, ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WORK.
Marble Yqrds and Office N. Main Street, Between 1st and 2 id
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE,
J Cumfc. Telephone 490. Hopkinsville, Kentucky.. ;
ONE YEAR $2.00
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Jferchant Aren't you the boj
boy who was in here a week ago?
Applicant Yes, sir.
Merchant! "'thought bo. And
didn't I tell you then that 1 wanted
an older boy?
Applicanfc-Yei, iiAr; that's, why
I'm hero now, Boston Evening-Transcript
IN FOR IT.
"Alwayi eat the akin of the f rait
ordered the doctor. "The akin con
tains essentials that! you need."
"That may be, doc. But I know
I'm going to get my throat all
scratched up tho first time I try to
eat a pineapple with it skin on."
RillicuB Do you believe in lop
Cynicus Sure ! The lor r 3
inna is engaged the less f;r. -
to be married. Philadtlp . '
THE DRY FALL OUTING TO
For The Home Circle and Private Parties
ROUND TRIP FROM
And All Way Stations.
REGULAR TRAIN 7:05 A M.
ALL EXPENSES AT HOTEL ONLY $5.50. This includes our board and admission to the sev
eral routes in tie Cave. One evening for a promenade or dance.
A GRAND TWO-DAYS OUTING. Write or Phone L. & N. Ticket Agt , J CHooe,
ASK US FOR THE FORMULA. THE FINEST BLACK PROTECTIVE
COATING FOR ALL WOOD AND IRON WORK CAN BE READILY
AND CHEAPLY MADE FROM
PURE COAL. T$R.
Hardens quickly, sticks like rubbsr, costs little andneirls Jreidily
usdtr tht brush. ASK US. ' '
PUBLIC SERVICE CO.