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'lime Card No. 124
'Effective Sunday April 30, 1911
TRAtSt UOINII mOUTH.
93 C. N 0. (am. 11:56 p. ti
He. 61 - .St. L. kJxpr.H 5:35 p. n
No. 95 Dixie Flyer. 9:01 a. m
No. fiN ilopkJnsvlMe Ac 7:05 a. m
K in -St. L. Fmt MaSl5:i m
i kaINS going north
ft Z U. & St. JL. Lim., G-ZTi ft. nr
H. 62 St. Louis Express. 9:53 a v
94. Dixie Flyer, 6:27 p. m
N. 56 Hopkinsville Ac. 8:55 p, m
No. 64 St.L. Fast Mail, 10:20 p.w
Noa. 95 and 94 will make Nos. 90
-and 91's stops except 94 will not stop
at Mannington and No. 95 will
Mt atop at Mannington or Empire
Wo. 53 and 54 connect at St. LouU and otba
Ka'5l connect at Outline jor Memphis tin
SrW ia (ir south ai Erin xni lor Loalirl
jdCidua.U and e Kaat.
No. 53 and 55 make direct conn at Gut
tin tec GuoliTllle, Cincinnati and all point
art and east thsreol. No. 53 and 55 also ecu
ect (or MemprJn indw potnta,
o. ft ran taruijrb to Cblcao and will not
Itj DainenKen to point Sotftn n EraniTllle
No. 93 through t66x: to Atlanta, Mann
JackeonTlUc, Si. Aneujun n Tampa, Fla
.ft" Pullman ttetier to New Orleans. (Jon
.t it Gutht le lor poict. ast and Wett. .
13 wll not carry pmeniret for poll Norl
J C. HOOE.Agt.
"Time Table No, 4 Taking Effect
Sunday. March 10. 1912
No. 12 Leave Hopkinsville 6.30 a.m
Arrive Nashville... 9:45 a.m
No. 14 Leave Hopkinsville 4:00 p.w.
Arrive Nashville...7:15 p. m.
WEST B JTJND,
"No. 11 Lave Nashville 8:95 a.n
Arrive Hopkinsville 11:20 a.n.
.Leave Nashville.... 5:00 p o
Arrive Hopkinsville 8:15 d -T
l, inwPOW. A pent-
When you come to town
bring the family and let
them see the show.
Matinee Daily 2 O'clock to 5:20
EVENING 7 TO 10:201
The new exterminator for
Bed Bugs, Roacnes, a nts and
all' other insects. Not only
kills and devours the bugs
bur?prevents the eggs frorr
hatching. Is convenient to
use. Does not run or spread
fills the cracks. A posl
tve exterminator and pre
venative. Made by the
Auderson-Fo w 1 e r
DRUG CO. incorporated.
Sold by Druggistsjand Groc
ers at 25c per bt. with Brush
AKD AIL7HR0AT AND LU?J TROUBLES
Or 6, f. isbefl!
eterlnary Physician k Sfcrori
iffice and Hmiwi Car. 7th ni Rail
- O ll II B I Ill I llll I
yo, Ear. Nose ana Throat.
l"roe TaitKaae tot Olaasus
tin taii't-fboenl tlailnm Mallii.1
Or. ft. P. nticDaniel.
Caciico Limitoa to uneais oi
yo, Ear, Noso and Throat.
Office in Summers Bulldln near Court House
1H0NES1 ICumb. Hme. Office Neurit
Offlce 910 1210 8tol2a.m
KMldtnea..2IO ...1140 2 to 5 p. m
J. B. Allensworth,
Office: Hopper Building,
Up Stairs, Front Court House.
'Phones Hopkinsville, Ky.
- FINE BATH ROOMS.
Four First Class Artists.
FRANK BOYD, Propr.
X 8tn, Ckstah. Riurr for Surrxuuv MsiratKVATioiVr
HIVIR RN0WW TO FAIL. 8fl SrwJrl B.tli;
fiction UauuiU!a or Money RefuodeJ. nl prepaid
for 11.00 rr box. Will ml them on trial. to be told for
hen rellerxl. Suiplti Free. If joi dmjjUt doe. not
b.re tnem trn l your oraer. to mo
UNITED MCDICAL CO.. BOX 74. LANCASTER. Pa.
Sold is HopllajilI by the AadeiMa.FawItr DfUfl Co.
niiwn mvvii ih-i
Both Phones. 312 S- WialnSt.
BEGINS SEPT. 2ND.
Doard and Room SIS a month
Hew Building. Expert Teachers.
Foaltlons for Gruduatei. Qet Catalos.
LOCKYEAR'S BUSINESS C0LLEGF
f c f tr V
i. -a dies I i5ae money aar. iveep in
Slyle by Reading McCall's
..Sacasir." :.r,d Usjng McCall Patterns
holn you Urei st-I
lshlr at a modorato
expense by kooplnc
tou postod on tl-
latest fcshlous i
clothes and bats. C.
Now Fashion Doslcns
lu each Issue. AUG
on all homo and pt
sonal matters. Onlj
60c a year, lncludinc
a freo pattorn. Sub
scribe today or S'.'Df.
for freo samph copy.
M.Ci't ?..i:woi will enable you to make In tout
ci-.i i.u.do. with Yourowi) hands. clothiUL' for
yoi'iu-ir mul childron which will bo perfect
).i 'jl.--.dflt. Price nono hlcher than Jfl
cf .us &nd for freo I'attern Cataloeuo.
We Will Gire Vcu Fioo Prttenli for cettluc "
i: l-iin sriioug your fr:t tids. Sendffr
i-. n i-rj. r'taliKLe nnd fRsh Trlzo oi. V.
' !;'',h,ic.imv 239fc249Wtt37tfiit.M;f
A cure for Rheum
atism that is posi
or your money back.
For Sale at
BLYTBE'S .Drug Store
Pains All Oyer.
Houston, Tex. '"tor five years,"
says Mrs. L. Fidenchek, of thi
place, "I suffered with pain a'l
over, especially in mybtck and side,
nnd wAs so weak 1 could Ivud y do
mv hmi?r work. A Md n'd me
nfCVrdui. S nc-fklntf it T feel so
much Getter. N w I enn do ml tny
housework and imi - don other
me any more at nil." Cardui is
dtretigth-building medicim. Fifty
yerd of success 'have inam-Hi
amongst US nui'.y tuseri. c tin '"1
in Cardui nnd tfV.t it will do. Du--
inrf tuM um , Ciidui nu . tiicv
tho ffm iV -i inents of over a ilHon
women. Wny not yours? Try it
todoy Your druggist ae h it.
GROWING CROPS FOR SILAGE
Cow Peas Sowed In Orchard as Cover
Crop Which Are Left for the
'Chickens to Harvest.
I am a trucker and fruit grower and
rnlso some chlckena and grow toy
beans and. vetches to fit this business.
After potatoes wo sow rye and vetch.
Tho next year we cut tho rye and
vetch for hay, sow' oy beans, cut
these for ,nay, dlBk and sow to rye
and velcb.and plow under the follow
ing season for soirio crop, says a
writer in tho Agriculturist.
We sometimes, after early potatoes,
sow rye and vetch. This early sow
ing gives an immense growth ef or
ganic matter to plow under next
spring for sweet corn, molona or straw-,
berries. Among the fruit trees wo
sow cow peas as a cover crop., ana
these we let tho chickens harvest
I havo talked with number of
seedsmen, and they alt tell me that
the sale of these seedsIs Increasing.
I havo been recommending farmers to
grow soy beans for sale.. On account
of the scab germs of tho potato get
ting into my soil, I am thinking of
dropping out some potatoes and put
ting In soy beans. So far, we have
used those soy beans for hay.
All live stock take to this hay and
thrive upon It. The soil on whlch.tho
beans are grown Is Improved mechani
cally, and In its nitrogen content, as
shown by tho thrifty growth and dark
green color of the leaves of plants fol
lowing tho soys.
At the Ohio station they put Into
the silo two loads of corn and one
load of soy beans and find It an econ
omical feed for the production of milk.
This chances the rotation to one of
four years; corn, soy beans, wheat,
clover, thus bringing in a legume ev
ery two yoars, where before (corn,
wheat and clover) the legume came
In once in three years.
If , Looks Like A Crime
;o ecwnr n boy from a box of
BiicklenVArnic SWe. His pirn
o'pg. boils, scratches, knocks, sprains
ind bruises demand it, and its quick
-:!ief for burns. c l is. or cuts h
Vi right: K-ip it handy for boys,
ilao girls. Heals everything heal
able and'dops itj"quick. Unequaled
for piles. Only 25 cents Tat All
C O. Wright
J. C. J&HNSON
REAL ESTATE AND LOANS.
special Attention Given Farm
of whisky after
distilling is just as important
as are the selection of the grain
used, the distilling method and
the honest aging. That's why
does not fall short of goodness
h a single, particular.
bl old foil label
GEO. A. DICKEL & CO.
Nashville. Tenn. j
The purification iS
of whisky after 0m
GEO. A DICKEL & CO.,
G000 USES FOR WHITEWASH
Purifier la Needed In Poultry Howee,
In Bame, Hog Pent and Other
Plw It la Cheap.
Everybody should know how to mix
a good whitewash, It is needed in 'the
VW - f . "
poultry nouBe, in lae oarns, loop wen
Oh the fences, heHfe ' perifl. 4etc; It'Is'a
purifier becauae it is antiseptic and
deodorant. It hi cheap, looks well,
and when rightly mado and put on Is
a good preserver.
The standard "g6vernmont- white
wash" is matte as follows: U!nck a
half bushel of qulclc llmo In boiling
water, keoping It just covered with
water during tho process. Simla this,
then add a speck of salt dissolved in
warm water, threo pounds of ground
rlco boiled In water to n thin paste,
one-half pound Spanish whlt'ng. nnd n
pound of gluo together In warm water.
Mix these thoroughly and lot Btand
for a few days. Apply hot. Coloring
matter can bo added if desired. t)ry
paint pigments aro used for, this pur
pose Another good outsldo whitewash is
mado as follows: Slack a half bushel
of lime in boiling water riB described
above. Add to this after straining
two pounds sulphate of zinc and one
pound salt dissolved In water. If you
want a cream color, add threo pounds
of yelloW ochre, or any shade may to
given the whitewash by. adding differ
ent paint pigments.
Ahbtar good whitewash Js, mado
thus: Proceed as in second formula
above, but add half a pound of whit
ing In addition to the zinc and sa't.
Dilute to proper consistency with skim
milk. Apply hot This wash will
stick well for outsldo work.
Tho best way to apply whitewash; In
with a spray pump. It can th.n be
rubbed In with a brush If desired,
though a good job of spraying raakus
an even coat. '
EXCELLENT AS WIRE SPLICER
Neat and Strong Splice May Be Mado
by Use of Little Instrument
Shown In Illustration.
The neatest and strongest splice
can be made with this little Instru
ment. It Is made of a strap of Iron
one Inch wide and one-eighth Inch
thick. One end is cut narrow and is
bent into a hook large enough 'to fit
neatly the largest wire to be spliced,
says the Iowa Homestead. At the
sides of this two notches are filed, as
shown in Fig. 1. In Fig. 2 the splicer
is seen in position on the wire. Tho
arrow Indicates the direction in which
Excellent Wire Splicer.
to turn to make the splice. A pair oi
large pincers or a vise should be used
to hold the two wires between the
colls while turning the splicer. In
Fig. 3 the splice is shown as finished.
The length of the handle may vary. If
the splicer Is to be used for net wire,
of course, the handle cannot be longer
than the width of the mesh. Other
wise, sfxpr seven inches is about right
for No. 8 wire, the length ofthe handle
should be reduced for the sake of con
venience. . , i
Rye may be cut for hay and used
for all classes of live stock.
The demand for agricultural ex
perts far exceeds the supply.
Poultry manure is particularly good
tor forcing the growth of onions.
Stock raising is the best insurance
against an impoverished agriculture.
A clover sod turned down makes
an excellent rounuation ior a corn
Uso nitrate of soda or liquid ma
nure for crops tnat are growing
Whcnevor a farmer gats the auto
fever ho at onofhecouias a gdod-road
Worn-Out" manure from ' old hot
beds is just the thing for mushroom
beds iu the collajl'
Keep the stables and tho yards
clean so that fllaa and Insects have
no breeding place
To kill Canada thistle in a flold,
put tho flold iu some cultivated crop
and keenftho weeds down.
In a corn-growing territory cow peas
are mostly grown vIth corn, sowing
broadcast and otherwise.
Beg, borrow or buy all the wood.
ashes you can to uso in the garden;
work It well into the soil.
If tho houso Is damD scatter somo
dry ashes and alr-slaketl llmo about.
They are good absorbents. '
It there" are plants which show par
ticular vigor save the seeds frpm
them to be used next year.
If your plants. grow tall and spindly
thin them out. Do not bo afraid to
cut go at them courageously.
Reverse ends of window blinds or
curtains when bottom' becomes wqra.
One of the Number of Metcalfe's
Th'a is a cut of Metcalfe's new Prosperity Shaper, which i3 going
audi a Jong way in decreasing the irritation of men folk' necks and tem
ms hv letting all fold collars be so imned that tie plides well in collar,
t d ct I'ara are given ntee, smooth, ovl edge. It is utterly impossible for
i collar to crack or break in our laundering process. Our hirt department
M one which we feel proud of; not only is work- done rfeht, but the shirts
rf out in Sanitary Covers. Our Dry Cleaning department is in the hands
f V0'ed workmen. '
We havf fl iwers for all occasions, Remember that if you buy or con
r'et for $10 worth of coupon books, and take cne during August and an
tler hen the Avalon is finished, the profits from the business, and
'n r n into the Avalon. a place cf pleasure for Hopkinsville andsar-
rounding country people.
OP, R L BRADLEY
, , . . ,...!
VPTPnnaru Snrnpnn and llPntictT
Office-, Infirmary and Shoeing Forge
S.n Main and water Sts.
SUht Phone, 127.
Niuht Phone Home, 1479.
MOLES and WARTS
Removed with MOLESOFF, wtihout pain or danger,no
matter how large or how far raised above the surface of
ih skin. And th-y will never return and no trace or
M-;ir will be left. MOLESOFr" is applied directly to the
MOLF; or vWART, which entirely disappears in about six
r'ftyskilling the germ and leaving the skin smooth and
mOLESOFF it pur up only in One! Dollar bottles.
Each bittle Is f orwarJoi postpaid on receipt of price, la neatly packed in a plain case,
aicjmpanUd'iy full directions, onl contains enough remedy to removir eight or ten ordinary
M JLE3 or WA ITS. We sell MOLESOPP undera positive GUARANTEE if it faiU to remove
yjar MOLE OR WART, we will promptly refund the dollar. Letters 'from personages we ai
Unow, together with much valuable information, will be mailed free upon'request.
Guaranteed by the Florida Distributing Co. under the Food and Drugs Act. June SO
1006. Serial No. 45C33.
P ast mHitmr. this laper
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. If The mineral
waters of Dawson are second to noneln regard to their curative
powers. If Special rates on the I. C. Railroad, TT The New Cen
tury Hotel is equipped with electric lights and is steam-heated.
An up-to-date Hotel in all respects. 1 J.V.Hayton &Co.,Proprietors.
Roy Li Threlkeld. Manager.
The Wilson Campaign Fund
The Kentuckian will publish the
names of all subscribers to the na
tional Democratic campaign fund as
the money is received. It will be
transmitted to the Rational Treas
urer, Rolln Wells, "who will send
tiach 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 Of The Kentuckian:
As a believer in the progressive ideals of government represented
in the candidacy of Woodrow Wilson for president of the United
States:. and to the end that he mav take the office free.handfrl. nn.
trammeled, and obligated to none
with to contribute through you,
Treasurer, the sum of
Treats a diseases of domesticated
animals scientifically and performs
8,1 Peration3 known he Veteri
nary profession. Special attention
iven t0 the 8hoe!ng of horses with
Florida Distribpting Company
tion at once, no matter how large or
The Democratic national campaig4-
for the election ct Governor Wood
row Wilson ns President and Gov
ernor Thomas R. Marshall as Vice
President of the United States is the
Tho Finance Committee ask you to
aid them in 'their plan of raising
campaign funds by popular subscrip
tions. but the people of the country.'H
to be forwarded to Rolla Wells,
.toward the expenses of the
It gives them a new lease at tho yto"
or? Ma vv ?EruNoeD .