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HOpfcjMSYUJLl JCjfTUOLAH NO VIM Will
L. & N.
l ine Card No. 124
Efl 2ctive Sunday April 30, 1911
TRAINS GOING SOUTH.
If. 3 C. & N O. Lira. 11:56 p. it.
N. 1-St. L. Express 6:35 p. h
Ne. 96. Dixie Flyer, 9:01 a. m
M 55 Hopkinsville Ac. 7:05 a. -',53
St. L.'Fast Mall 5:33 a. m
TRAINS GOING NORTH.
No. 92 C. & St. L. Lira., 6:25 a. rr
N. 62 St. Louia Express, 9:63 w
N. 94. Dixie Flyer, 6:27 p. m
No. 06 Hopkinsville Ac. 8:55 p. r.
No. 54 St.L. Fast Mail, 10:20 p. -
Nos. 95 and 94 will make Nos. 90
and 91's stops except 94 will not stop
at Mannington and No. 95 will
not stop at Mannington or Empire
No. S3 .nd S4 connect At St. Loa nd otl
Ho. 51 connects at Outnrie for Memphis lit.
tclnU is lr south as Erin ind tor Loulsri
Cincinnati and a East.
No. 53 and 5 make direct conn at Gut
rle lor LonlsvUte, Cincinnati and all point
nort and east tiiercot. No. SlpnfrS&iilto cot
fleet (or Memphis and war points.
0.92 runs throng h to Chicago and will
rry DiBssngers to point Soutn KTansTil
No. n through sleepers to Atlanta, Mac
Jackeon tills, St. Augustine an Tamp, Pl
AlraPnllman sleeoers to New Orleans. Cot
ecu at Guthrie (or points East and Weau
93 wll not cirrf 'ocal passengers forpolts Nnf
;JachTlH Ten -
J C. HOOE. Agt.
Time Table No, 4 Taking Effec
Sunday. March 10. 1912
No. 12 Leave Hopkinsville 6.30 a.n
. Arrive Nashville... 9:45 a.n
14 Leave. Hopkinsville 4:00 p.r
J Arrive Nashville...7:15 p. n
3 WEST B jUND.
No. 11 Leave Nashville 8:95 a.r
Arrive Hopkinsville 11:20 a.n
No. 13 Leave Nashville 5:00 p.n
Arrive Hopkinsville 8:15 p.n
T. L. MORROW. Agent
AGOOD PLACE TO GC
When you come to towi
bring the family and le
them see the show.
Matinee Daily 2 O'clock to 550
EVENING 7 TO 10:20
- 5 Cts
The new exterminator for
Bed Bugs, Roaches, Ants and
all other insects. Not only
kills and devours the bugs
butiprevents the eggs from
hatching. Is convenient to
use. Does not run or spread
fills the cracks. A posi
tive exterminator and pre
venative. Made by the
Auderson-Fo w 1 e r
DRUG CO, incorporated.
Sold by Druggists and Groc?
era at 25c per bt. with Brush,
BEGINS SEPT. 2ND.
Bour U Room W & memtk
Jbw BullllBifc Expert Tchi.
4fJUST SUTi THE FAR NORTH
Peculiar Beots Virn hy Men and
Women In New Brunswick Are
( a Necessity fjn That Region.
A New "3?grlc nnn lias on vieyr a
pair of bo6ts which lio brought homo
with liim from a fishing trip in New
Brunswick, tljis seison and which
are a curibsitv, although familiar
footwear fyith th6 hunters and trap
pcrs of that faraway region.
Tlior arc known there as "moose
shanks," and gro the skin of a
moose's hind frgs, cured without
tanning, and ftiado up into the foot
and leg covering as seen in this pair.
The anklp part of the moose's leg
skin constitutes the foot, tho elbow
or heud in the leg tho heel and, the
lowor part of the thigh tho leg.
The hunter keeps these queer
looking boots pliant by ample greas
ing with deer tallow, and wears,
them over three or four pairs of
woolen stockings. They are water
and cold proof in the most severo
The New Yorker also brought
back as a companion to these boots
a pair of boots of the kind back
woods women wenr in the cold and
Jong winters of New Brunswick.
These are made from the skins cf
a caribou's hind legs after the same
manner as the moose shank; boots
are made, but are more delicate and
SOYA BEAN A PERFECT FOOD
Milk, Cheese, Ojl and Flour All Mado
f-rom This Valuable
,It is interesting to note in con
junction with the awakening of China
that a Chinese article of food, or at
any rate a vegtable product which
grows most profusely in Manchuria,
is attracting the serious attention of
Europe" and America. Authorities'
say that the soya bean contains more
of the ingredients of a perfect food
than any other one known product,
and an important' experiment is be-
:ng tried in. France, where a wide as
sortment of foods is being made
from soya beans. They include milk,
cheese, casein, oil, jellies, flour,
bread, biscuits, .cakes and sauces.
The -use of the soya bean oil for
paint purposse is established as a
practical fact. While it is said, that
soya oil is not yet proved a perfect
substitute for linseed, oil in exterior
painting, in interior painting it s
ntrely satisfactory and for some
?orts of finishings, like "baking ja
,)ans," it is even better than linseed
oil. Christ(anTScience.' Monitor.
- -rr. if i :
NOVELTY IN BOATS.
A glass bottomed boat now build
ing at Camden, New Jersey, for use
in scientific expeditions, is a distinct
novelty. It is sixty feet long and
lias a bottom, from stem to stern, of
plate glass fully an inch thick. A
submarine radio light will illunii
nato the ocean depths beneath, and
n addition there are to be incan
descent lamps which can be lowered
for more particular observations. It
is expected that tho craft will be use
ful m examining wrecks; mean
while it as to be used this winter for
marine exploration in the Gulf of
Mexico and about the Bahama Isl
ands. -It may point the way for fur
ther development of submarine ves
sels, making them useful in peace as
well as war.
KIND OF HER.
The young man was disconsolate.
Said he : "I asked her if I could see
"Why, certainly' she answered,
I will send you a picture of it."
Ladies' Homo J ournal.' , ' .
v ' ONE KIND.
'How.wiltl-v.ou define a pessi
"A man who makes a good thing
out of writing essays on how to be
miserable though happy."
"Why did that poor littlo woman
"I 6nnpose on account of her hus
band's black look."
"Maria, look at tho clock. Is the
"Law, no, ma'am! Ifs just
swinging back an' forrerd all right.
GOOD THAT FAR.
Bill Is, your eyesight bad, old
There's A Ream
In selecting jt Vacuum Cleaner for
our wbecrlbcr;, both old and nw,
w bought Uieiit'dt to bf found in
our opinion and we think we have
cho en wisely, They are tqwbo had
as cheap b $1 85 ard if you want
one at that price give m your or
der tnd we will have a m.ctiuie or
you in a week or ten days, but noi
with our name on it and possibly no'
the manufacturar's'name. We havt
good ones in stock nnd will bo g al
to have prospective customers make
thorough comparison of our machine
with anv one on the market, at any
price, work and material considered.
Durability and success in use is our
ten-word., , ,
A BARGAIN MONTH.
This is the Evansville Courier's
annual bargain month. Subscrip
tions will be taken in October onl
for $2 00,. covering the daily Couriei
by mail one ear. Thousands ci
ubscriptions are now being rt-ceived
by that fine newspaper.
For Sale By W. H. COBB & CO.
C. O. Wright
J. C. Johnson
REAL ESTATE AND LOANS.
Special Attention Given Farm
of whisky after
distilling is just as important
as arc the selection of the grain
used, the distilling method and
the honest aging. That'3 why
does not fall short of goodness
in a single particular.
GEO. A. DICKEL & CO.
Nashville. Term. i
GEO. A, DICKEL & 30.
ONCE PARTS OF A METEOR
Comnofient Parts 4 Dtataentt Hv
ThtM Ben Tr4 by ln
It is perhaps not generally known
that the "blue Btuff" in which dia
monds are found in South America
is tho disintegrates and disorganized
moss of vast meteor that once fell
from tho sky. A decomposed mete
or of "immense size is reported to
have been found in Arizona. It
contains iron, nickel, platinum and
diamonds. It is supposed to have
been, before it decomposed, 500 fedfc
in diameter nnd to have weighed
several hundred million tons. They
may bo fragments of comets and
finding themselves under the influ
ence of tho attraction of gravita
tion of our earth they fell upon it.
Tho theory is that their speed may
bo as high as forty or fifty miles a
second. If it bo a strong meteor it
may bo crushed into a dust by 'he
air pressure in- front of it. Even
if of iron it may bo torn into frag
ments as if an explosion had occur
red in front. If, however, it is a
rounded pieco of iron like this
lump, then it would take a tremen
dous pressure of air to crush it, and
there is no doubt whatever that most
iron meteors of rounded form would
escape fracture unless they woro
moving- at the very highest specda.
At such speeds the air pressure
developed in front of them may blow
them to pieces, but if they arc mov
ing, say one-third as fast, they may,
and probably wll, survive unless
they succumb to another action,
which takes place with iron name
Reformer (earnestly) Let's have
an honest election.
Politician Thafa what I say.
Let's have ifc all fair and square,
straight up and down. Let's don't
expect any votes we don't pay for.
and let's don't pay for any we don't"
KEEPING UP WITH TIME.
Tho city chap who had hired out
as extra farm hand during the har
vest was not quite able to respond to
the 4 o clock pounding on his bed
room door the first morning as
promptly as ho had anticipated. Ho
lingered with tho pillows for a quar
ter of an hour past the appointed
time and then dragged himself out,
and hy half-past 4 he was stumbling
across tho field where the old farmer
was hard at work.
"Fine morning," said the new
Tho old fellow looked up sourly.
"Yes," ho grunted: "it was."
"Mr. Muggs.'ia your wifo out of
"To. A man just now paid mo
$10 he owed me. . That's why I look
so happy." 4'-'
"I tell vou,,3fwas in a tight plac
"What wiib (ho matter'?"-
"lily wifoiVanted all my looso
"I've given that cx-policeman a
job in my orchard." ",
"Grafting tho apple trees,, I sup
pose Now York World.
'He's one of 'our leading citizens."
"That bo? What does ho do?"
"lie leads the gleo club at all po
litical mass meetings."
"There is tho day breaking 1"
'Then I'll bet it h icmothing ii
This i a mil: of Mufpnlffi'a now
such a long way in decreasing: the irritation of men folks' necks and tem-t
pers, by letting- all fold collars be so ironed that tie slides well in collar,
and collars are given nice, smooth, oval edge. It is utterly impossible for
a collar to crack or break in our laundering process. Our shirt department
is one which we feel proud of; not only is work done right, but the shirts
are put in Sanitary Covers. Our Dry Cleaning department is in the hands
of skilled workmen.
We have flowers for all occasions. Remember that if you buy or con
tract for $10 worth of coupon books, and take one during August and an
other when the Avalon is finished, the profits from the business, and
more, go into the Avalon, a place of pleasure for Hopkinsville and sur
rounding country people.
FRED A. PARKER, D. O.
Res. Phone 494.
Phoonix Building OSTEOPATHS HoPklnsvlllo. Ky.
0 Used in ever increasing M
r quantities, because the roofs
r Put on 26 years ago are as Jtw
FOR SALE BY
FORBES MANUFACTURING CO.
70 Head of Registered Duroc
November 20, !9j2,
Will sell 20-bred Sows and Fall Gilts;
Breeding consists of Chief
SALE HELD (JNDEE, COVER-RAIN OR SHINE AT
DR. G. P. ISBELL'S HOSPITAL.
Stock immuned against Cholera. Auctioneers C ils.Igleheart and RepDert.
G. W. McKnight,
jEND YOUR MANTLE TROUBLES
H yeu light with Gas, GuoImc or Kerosene you wiHeveitfwJty m&
Bieck Mantles. Buy Mantles by name. Go to your cUlr andj
ay firmly, "I want Block Mantles." Dealers writ for catalog to
THE BLOCK LIGHT CO. tt n YOUNGSTOWN, OHIO
PrnsneritV Shaner. which i3 KOing
MARTHA D. BEARD, D. O
lies. Phone 511.
at Hopkinsville, Ky.
30 Spring Gilts and 20 Spring Boars.
Orion and Edgewood Colonel
zt This Office.