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ROPKINSYlLLh KENTDCWAN, NOVEMBER 2
TIOPKUtSVllXc. iisiN lUUTUAll, NOVEMBER 5
Uccted Vice President of State
Louisville, Ky Nov. 1. Election
,-of officers featured tho closing day
tof the convention of the Kentucky
'jifcate Medical Association at the
irst Christian church. Dr. W. 0.
Roberts of Louisville was elected
yredident. The other officers elect
Vice Presidents, Dr. J. R. Hen
dren of Cary, Dr. T. C. Holleway of
Lexington and Dr. J. Paul Keith of
Hopkinsville. Delegates to the
.American Medical Association elect
ed for two years: Dr. A. T. Mc
Cormlck of Cowling Green, re-elect-lid
fofr the sixth time, and Dr. J. W.
JBncaid of Catlettaburg,
Tho newly elected officers will as
sume office at the next annual meet
ing, and will Berve during the years
By a vote of 32 to 28 Bowling
Green was selected over Lexington
as the next meeting place of the as
sociation. Escapes An Awful Fate.
A thousand tongues could not ex
. press the gratitude of Mrs. J. E.
"Cox, of Joliet, III., for her wonder
ful deliverance from an awful fate.
"Typhoid pneumonia had left me
with" an awful cough," she writes.
"Sometimes I had such awful cough
ing spells I thought I would die. I
could get no help from doctors'
treatment or other medicines till I
used Dr. King's New Discovery.
But 1 owe my life to this wonderful
remedy for I scarcely cough at all
now." Quick and safe, its the most
reliable of all throat and lung medi
cines. Every bottle guaranteed.
50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free at
RIDDLE OF RADIUM.
Among scientists, says Popula:
Mechanics, it is very generally con
ceded that the discovery of radium
gave to the world one of its most in
teresting and unique riddles. After
all the "cranks as 'well as geniuses,
had failed to produce a perpetual
motion machine; after all the al
chemists and their scientific succes
sors, the chemists, had failed to
change any single chemical element
into another, and the world had set
tled down to tho belief in tho impos
sibility of achieving either of these
aims; the discovery of the phenom
ena of radioactivity seemed to show
the lallacy of tho conclusions in both
Squire Durnitt (of Lonelyville)
We're flavin' tho streets in our town
Uncle "Welby Gosh (of Dreary
hurst) Had to do somethin' to kill
th crass in 'em, hev?
The Demons of the Swamps
arenuFquitos As ti e- s'mir the
put deadly malar it verm in ih--blood.
Then follow ih icy rhil's
and the fires of fever. Th -pp-iir
flies and the s'rrngth fad-; iiaim
laria often ptv tn way fur dead'
typhoid But E'ectric Bitters ki I
and cast nut the m iUn'n uenn from
the blooH; uive nu a fine uppe(i
and renew jour hi.mii h "After
lone f ufferinir." wr.irn Wm Fret
well, of Lucatnu, N C "three but
tles drove all the malaria from my
system, and I've had yood health
ever sinc- ' B ft fur ull s'omacb,
liver and kitlnev '.v. 50c ut all drug
70 Head of Registered Duroc
November 20, 1912, at Hopkinsville, Ky.
Will sell 20 bred Sows and Fall G Itf ; 30 Spring Gilts and 20 Spring Boars.
Breeding consists of Chief Orion and Edgewood Colonel
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DK, G, P. ISBEIiti'S HUbrAXAii
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Stock immuned against Cholera. Auctioneers Cols.lKleheart and, Repoert
G. W. McKnight,
Terrible Tram Of Tretbfes.
Lake Charles, La.--'Mrs. B Four
nier, 61G Kirby atroet, says: "The
month before I took Cardui, I could
hardly walk. I had backache, head
ache, pain in my les, chills, faint
ing spells, sick stomach, dragging
feelings, and no patience or courage.
Since taking Cardui, Ijhave no more
pains, can walk as far as I want to,
and fcol good ail the time." Take
Cardui and ba benefited by tho pe
culiar herb ingredients which have
been found so efficient for womanly
ills. Cardui will relieve that back
ache, headache, and all the misery
from which you sutler, just as it has
done for others. Try Cardui.
r " TWO ' M EANTNGS.
Ethel Did you get tanned much"
on your vacation ?,
Archibald Nbj mamma lost he
WHAT HE'D BEEN DOING. -
"What's tho matter been white
Washing a fenco?"
No, just cleaning my wife's whit
shoes." ,r ....
"ry heart is a sound organ."
"Yes, and I know the belle who
can wring it."
See J. H. Dagg for contracting
ouilding and'general repair work of
all kinds. Phone-476.
If you have a house or building of
any kind that you want moved see
R. C. Lawson or call Cumberland
Fruit and Shade Trees,
Call Phone 811.
County and State taxes are due
and must be paid. Penalty added
after Nov. 30. LO N JOHNSON,
5 Per Cent Money To Loan.
On GoodjSouth Christian Land 5
J. B. Allensworth, Atty.,
Office Phone 267-2. Res. 742.
Dwelling and store room attached,
on Durrett's avenue, for sale or
trade on terms to suit the purchaser
B. D. MOOKE.
R. 3, Hopkinsville, Ky.
Well boring, both deep and
shallow, also coal prospect
ing done with the latest im
proved machinery. Call or
address M. O. Kimerling,
R. F. D. No. 7.
Cumberland Phone 638-2.
T. S. Knight & Co '
Rb st ce L.oa s
andrm ra c-j. Jrilce
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Ttare'i A Reason.
In selecting a Vacuum Cleaner for
our subscribers, both oto and new,
we bought the best to 1m found in
our opinion arid wo thihlc. we hare
choen wisely. They u u to be had
as cheap as $1 85 and if you want
one at that price give us "your or
der and we will hnve a machine for
you in a week or ten days, but not
with our name on it and possibly not
the manufacturer's name. We have
good ones in stock nnfi will he glad
to have prospective customers make
thorough comparison of our machine
with anv one on the market at any
price, woMcand material considered.
Durability and success in use is our
LOOKING FOR IT.
"Is there anybody in this village
who -would take some travelers in?"'
"Would they? They're just sit
ting up nights waiting for the
LOST, BUT NOT IN WALL STREET
Redd I hear you've lost all your
money in Wall street?
Greene All but that $10 1 loanei
you last "week.
"Can Mr. Bellows sing?" .
"Only after a fashion. When he
breaks into song I suspect that he
uses a 'jmrny.' "
"It doesn't pay to mix drinks." .
"That depends on whether you
dand in front or behind tHe bar."
C ASTO R I A
A Cash Offer.
The Kentucki c has made a specia
clubbing rate with The Memphis
Weekly Commercial Appeal, by
which we will furnish buth papars
for one year for the very low sub-
cription price of. 52.25. Tn. Com
mercial Appeal is one of the largest
and best papers in the South, and
we hope to receive manv new sun
scripttons on this offer: $2 25 cash
for both papers.
The finest I f samples eve
seen in Hopkinsville, from the Col
lins 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 or
' Lihck f Chivalry.
Tka twibn of eklvalry. quite an !
portent la the U4 aa la his father., la
different decree' ef coarse. y fc
l-ugh't In Uttle'VttepUoDB. to .HMtker
and younger slater helping about tw
house, making provisions which will
save mother nasy steps during bis
absence and eecortlng sister to and
Thft Voice at Experience.
The oleomargarine' dealers tell u
Jiat there 1b more real virtue In the'li
product than In butior.
Yet wo have known considerable but
tar that seemed amply aule to resist
It certainly wao strong enough.
."Uesyelind Pluln Dnaler-
O ASTO R I A
SOLDIERS ENJOYED A FEAST
CleverneM Really Drv4 Lntay'
With WMefc the rn4 Dwfce
TrH4 the AffJr.
An amusing story of ah incident
at a masked ball, given-at the cap
ital of one of the smaller German
principalities is being told in Ber
lin. The rule was printed upon the
invitation cards that everyone must
come, either in fancy dress or in a
black domino. Tn one of the rooms
of tho court a buffet had been set
out, and the attendants there won
come to remark the unusually active
appetite of one guest, duly masked
and cloaked, who consumed extraor
dinarily large quantities of the more
expensirc delicacies and wines. After
several minutes of vigorous eating
he would leave the buIFet and dis
appear among the throng of danc
ers. Soon, however, ho would be
back again, his appetite apparently
as strong as ever. After the fourth
visit at Bhort intervals of this hun
gry guest the head waiter called the
attention of tho master of cere
monies, who waited at the buffet un
til the masked stranger once more
returned. He was again served with
a full, supply of food and wine, and
as he .turned away was politely
asked, to show his invitation card.
At this some confusion was noticed
in his bearing, and tho master of
ceremonies requested him to remove
his mask and cloak. To tho astonish
ment o.f the servants and tho amuse
ment of- tho guests- there wi's re
vealed the shamefaced figure of one
of the soldiers of the guard on duty
in the hall elow. The guard had
found a spare domino lying in tho
hall aiid, they had been putting it
on one after the other during tho
evening, so- as to be ablo to go boldly
into" tho ballrooms and eat their fill
at, the buffet unchallenged. So
amused at the story was tho grand
duke that he refused to allow the
tjreedy soldiers to be punished.
. JOY FOR EPH
"Sap, Eph, run in and borrovt
rour ma's clothesline, an' we'll paj
l new game it's called lynchin'l'
The barber's shop was well pat
ronized, when in walked a "ehabbj
"Good morning,, sir!" called the
sarber doubtfully. ? ,'
"Good morning!" , replied the
3tranger. "My good man, will you
shave one side ofKmy face for
The barber winked ' at his waiting
customers. "Certainly," he replied.
"Take a seat, please."
Presently it was the shabby
stranger's turn to occupy the seat of
honor. "Now, which side shall I
shave?" asked the barber, as he
waved his lathering brush in the air,
"The outside!" replied the shab
by stranger, meekly. Tit-Bits.
WilkinB was an enthusiastic golf
er, and when his friend Johnson met
him coming away from the links a
day or two ago he was in a terrible
frame of mind. "Whafs happened,
old fellow?" naked Johnson amiably.
"Everything's happened 1" growled
Wilkins. "It's enough to make one
give up golf and go in for fishing.
That asa Fitznoodlo has been run
ning all over the course, and actual
ly crossed my tee just as I was about
to make a .lovely drive. What would
you have done had you been in my
placo?" "Well," he replied, with a
smile, "seeing that he crossed your
't' I think I would have dotted his
THE RESPONSIBLE ONE.
ratiqnce-rWas. Mrs. Modiste envi
ous when you spoke of her ladyship's
Patrice Why, no; on tho con-
trary, she felt flattered. She makes
all of her hats for her.
rvha -artnii Vrn ttova Aiwnv
In ne for over 80 years,
aii rwn.f.if. Tmitatinna
Au vvinitv-vswi . s .
Experiments that trifle with and endanger tlio IieaJth of
Infants and Children Experience against Experiment,
What is CASTORIA
Ctorla Is a liarmlcss substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing- Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
containa neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Peverlsbness. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatidency. It assimilates tlio Food, regulates tho
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
Tho Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
The Kind Yost lave Always Bought
Sn Use For Over 30 Years
THE CXNTAUR COMPANY, 7T MURRAY STflttT, NIW YORK CITY.
One of the Number of Metcalfe's
This is a cut of Metcalfe's new
such a long way in decreasing the irritation of men folks' nccki andjjtlRi-
pers, hy lettlncr all fi Id collars be so
and c liars are given nice, smooth, oval edge. It is utterly imj o3sible for
a colhr to crack or break in our laundering proce. Our fbii ivpartment
b oiip which we feel proud of: not
are put in Sanitary Covers. Our Dry
of sktlpd wo'kmn
Ve have flowers for n occasions.
tnict for $10 worth of coupon books,
oUvr when the Aval en is finished, tne profits fr m th- lu-iress, and
mor., gii into the Avalon. a place (.f pleayme fur Hopkitsvui and sur
rounding country people.
FED A.PARKER, D. 0.
Res. Phono 494.
Phoenix Building OSTLOPATHS Hopkinsville, Ky.
Work WcmJersfor Large Figures
TheReduso greatly impcxye well developed
figures suk! gives support where most needed.
Reduso Corsets are comfortable, ewy-fittiaf, dtmak,
and unaided by straps or attachmeats of aay Had
will reduce the hips and abdomen from mc It tin
tTlce $3.00 iimfa la $10.09
Sold t all Stores, Evrywhar
DR. R. L. BRADLEY,
Veterinary Surgeon and Dintitt
Offlce, Infirraury and Shoeing Forge
Jath. bet. Main and Water Sts.
Offlce Phone, 211.
N'ght Phone, 127.
Night Phone Home, 1479.
Ttoncht. and "which hM been
has borno the signature of
mhI hM been made untier jus per
sonal supervision since its infancy.
Allnw aa An tA deceive VOU in this.
And Jufc-H-firood." are but
Prosperity Shaper. Iwhich i3 going
ironei that tie slides wt II in conar,
only is work dune nizhf . ut the shirts
Cleaning dnnar ment is in the hands
RemmhtT that if u hny or con-
anil wki one duiiriL Auuki and an-
MARTHA D. BEARD. D. 0
Res. Phone 511.
Treats all diseases of domesticated
animals ciem irlcully and performs all
operations known to the Veterinary
profession. Sptciul attention given
to the shoeing of horses with dis