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dOPKimVlLLE KStftWCIUAN NOVEMBER $t
L. & N
MOT EQUAL OF OLD WONDER
Martin Sheridan, Famed In Athletics,
Falla to Muscle Malcolm
Ford'a Old Dumbbell.
Weak Cold Spills
Wllmigton. N. C Mw. Com L.
Hitter, of this place, mvi. "I used
TO MT OMILO DATA.
"The new chlWrn'B bureau lift
wwt of the otherrt of th Department
of CammnrcQ and Labor, .will dyot
its energy chiefly to the compitatkm
f atattatlca," Hid MIm Jolt Latkrea,
to have headaches, and blinH dizzy
It - I- L - I I 1 I
WJ,?l t: muJ u.! .1...- I "P", ana wea com speus rent ail
" ""i Willi -lUUlU iO UUlIIg suuvy
...211. 1-. - it. - I It
iTiflie Card No. 124 runa nthl,!c J thQ :rorld ;ut
behove that the wonderful Indian neaUht and better than , have ldc"ntcr of tho
could defeat some of the old cham- in' a naA.,i u - f.."d.ron C0rBlB the t-
A fltorv wn., folrl fW ,,nW. 1"' " . .T " . " f' "SUC8 re re4 are ctoftaKely
i I u , ,r Vi V , ror women, wnicn nas oeen neipln uown uio statlatica will, prove f lit-
Into Mnlrvilm W VnrA io I . . . . ... . I .. k '
Effective Sunday April SO. 1911
ntAINS GOING SOUTH.
to. 93 C. AN 0. Lim. 11:B6 p. n
flu. 61 rft. L. Express 6:35 p. n
Wo. 96. Dixie Flyer, 9:01 a. m
Mj 65 Hopkinsville Ac. 7:05 a. u
Ms. 53 St. L. Fast Mail 5:83 a. o
TRAINS GOING NORTH.
mm 92 C. & St. L. Lim., 5:25 a. a
over me. I had different doctors. I director of the br
but they were unable to tellnwwhat "The mot ImjwrUat work t first
was wronpr, so I hean to take Car- wMf R" ort to obtain better ays-
(lul I am now all rltiht. in arnod I of Wrlh "tratkm tkrfruchoiit
COUltSC OF SrCK MCNTALtTT
One Wtriti'i Idea of tha Phaa
Throwfh WhMi Tlweo Afflict-
to ttta End.
now the Jnte Malcolm W. Ford fa i.. ... nit.ni
, . , . , -. sick women lor neany a lire time. , " ..i,
esteemed by lioso who knew him You can absolutely rely upon it. ' f0 6f U,e census bureau reveal,
when he wns the lendinc ns well ns n.u.. i-u-..-.u e?..tho. f.ct thRt only few cowmu-
the first of the ercat all around ner- Y u ,J ee the United States had regis,
formers and you should profit by their X- tratlons that were complete and cor-
Tr ci it i u . penence. tiaraui nas benelited a
. Mnrtm Shendan, tho holder of millon W3men Whynotyou? B -
tllG record of fhn A A TT nil nrmiml .... - , . .
c c. T v,. q.kq. gm iflKinR: uaraui today.
- . F " ' """1"""'"") ' i u"fe' Advertisement.
Nt. 94. Dixie Flyer, 6:27 p. m Ford's ndmiror to lii?ht. When Mnr-
Ne, 56 Hopkinsville Ac. 8:55 p. m tin was at his best ho dropped into TERRIBLE
No. 54 St.L. Fst Mail, 10'iiU p.ta a cafe on Nassau street and was
Nos. 95 and 94 will make1 Nos. 90 introduced to the proprietor. The
and 91's stops except 94 will not stop convention turned on athletic feats
at , Mannington and No. 95 will and the proprietor told how Ford
net atop at Mannington or Empire was a frequent visitor at his place.
saand 54 connect at st. Louit ad otte Uuero was a high and wide bar m
No. SI connect at Gntnrle tor Memphli Un
Mnlm at far south at Krln and for LouIit!
UuiiBQutl uid e Eut.
Ha. $3 nd SS uiaJce direct conn at Ont
rle lot LoaliTllie, Cincinnati and all point
nint and east thereof. No. 53 an4 55 aUo con
act for MempKta and war points.
u, TJriins throigh to Chicago and rrlll uo
rry oassenrera to point Soatn ' ErassTil t
No. 93 throoffh sleepers to Atlanta, V r t
(icksonTllle, St. Augustine an Tampa, K)
Air j Pullman sleepers to New. Orleans. Cou
a. ta at Guthrie for points East and'West. "
93wll not carry '-ocalpassenirers forpnlts
J C.HOOE. Act.
rime Table No, 4 Taking Efte
Sunday. March 10. 1912
-No. 12 Leave Hopkinsville 6.30 a m
Arrive Nashville... 9:45 a
-No. 14 Leave Hopkinsville 4:00 (
Arrive Nashville.. .7:15 p -
.VCST E UNU.
No. U Leave Nashville 8:05 a i
Arrive Hopkinsville 11:20 a r
No. 13 leave Nashville ... 5:00 p f.
Arrive Hopkinsville 8:15 p..i
T. L. MORROW. Aeen
AGOOD PLACE TO GC
the cafe and the man who owned
the place asked Martin if he could
jump over it. While Martin was
measuring the obstacle with his eye
.the cafe man said, "Ford used to
leap that easy'
"Well, replied Martin, "if Ford
jumped it, so can I," and over lie
leaped. That was some evidence,
but not enough to convince Ford's
oiu incncl mat lie had met a better
man than the old champion. He
brought out a dusty old dumbbell
and laid it on the bar with a request
that Sheridan muscle it. This time
the Irish champion was stumned.
for, strain as he would, he could not
lift the weight from the bar. It is
up to Martin now to introduce the
newest wonder in the nil around
ranks to the Nassau street cafe and
have the Indian submitted
Two field atronts nf tho huruu win
gnther Information tinnn thin nnlnf
which lator will bo compiled and
published In bulletin form hv thn hii.
rcau, and these bulletins, It Is expect
ed, will ultimately result in otitninitip
needed roforms and better registration
DUO of the comntlaitntia nt M na
bureau will relate to lftt
- , v. ,
esuraates place the number of infaats
under the age of oae year that die
Louey My bruddah vas a smart
vone. Ho vas dakln' der census und
ven der names fell short in vone town
vot did ho do?
Fritz I know not, yes. Vot did
Louey He gave all der boys in der
cchoolhouse cucumbers und butter
milk so they would double up.
Ford tests. New
DIDN'T SUIT HIM.
Helps A Judge In Bad Fix.
Justice Eli Cherry, of Gillis Mills,
Tenn-, whs plainly worried. A bad
ore on his leg had baffl-d several
itic ors and lona rt-sis d all leme
Jiee. "I thought it was a cancer,"
e rote. "Ac last I used Bucklen's
Arnica Salve, and was completely
i?ured." Cures burns, boils, ulcers,
c-Jtrt, bruised ami piles. 25c ac all
NEW GOLDEN EGG STORY.
The beat story of Cuba Illustrating
childish incapacity in financial mat
ters," says Paul V. d draw fourth .
sietaHt poetaaaster general, "is one
credited to Paul de Graw of Havana,
a gentleman I have never met, but I
am sure .ha must ha oil xti.t im.
" w ilgllli TTbU
o "Tae other De GraW .was living In
Camaguey and discovered a tiiMfi,i
Lib, Franco rose bush owned by an old
t-uDan woman. He was then courting
Bin wno is now Mrs. do Graw and
woman for all the roses produced by
the bush at a peseta each, nhnnr. 12
cents of real money.
"He saw that two buds were about
due, so a day or two latpr ho sent his
man down for the roses,.a,ho man
uume-DacK ana said there was some
mistake, for tho senora said she had
no rose bush.
"Telling tho man how stupid he
was, De Graw went himself and found
that the woman had sold the bush for
60 cents, Spanish money, about 30
cents in American currency, because
getting tho money at 12 cents a rose
was too slow.
"There may be instances where this
system of finance has been tied, but J
am sure it has never- been beaten."
A lady well known k England
Write t a London mwffer as fol
lows: What are the nhaes tat the suf
fragist goes through before she
reaches tho state of mind ivhich en
ables her to break windows, set the
aters on fire and throw hatchets at
Temperamentally sho is tho
"splendid cnfliucinstl" A great
"ideal" appeals to her! In "single
minded"' devotion to her ideal, she
decides to give hcv life to it. She
dwells on the one idea to the exclu
sion of all other aspects of life, un
til the continual focusinc of the
mind on her one object produces a
falsified vision. The "correefini?
ideas, never being allowed to come
into play, are atrophied and the
mental balance is destroyed. Now
comes a longer or shorter stay at
the half-way house of fanaticism,
until the tired and despondent "so
cial reformer" reaches tho final stage
01 monomania. This is the road
along which, in the comnanv of a
good many noble women and men,
ine sunragist now drags her weary
feet, producing disruption, hatred,
violence and retaliation instead of
furthering the cause she started
with such splendid devotion to carry
Long-deferred' justice has driven
ner into mental aberrati6n 1 the
pity of the waste of such valuable
material I It is tho finest and most
sensitive instruments which get ouf
01 tune the quickest r
Low Rite of inttmt
We are in position to makt ?;
loans on imprortd farm lands mfi
in Christian county, in any4,
sum, $3,000 or ovur, on short
notice. Your note will read
to be repaid at the end of
ten years, with the privilege '
of paying $100 or more at
on any interest period there'f'
M. M. GRAVES & S0N,
. TRENTON, KY.
for work on new box and
caboose cars, also for repair
ing wood cars. Also ham
mermen, buckers. reamers
and fitters on steel car work:
also laborers. No trouble,
steady work. Apply to
Ht. Vernon Car Mfg. Co.,
Mt. Vernon, Illinois.
HAD A RIGHT TO THE SPOT C. O. Wright J. C. Johnson
Shirt Waist Peddler Easily Proved
rnati it Was Most Valuable
Place for Him.
Missouri was not the New York
policeman's native home, nevertheless
REAL ESTATE AND LOANS.
DIDN'T SHINE AT IT.
When you come to towr
bring the family and let
them see the show.
Matinee Daily 2 O'clock to 5:2(1
EVENING 7 TO 10:20
.Umission - -Children
- - -
- 5 Cts
Rooter It was a creat sa
Neither side could make a run.
"" l . mi i -
uruiuer mat Kind ot came
wouldn't suit me. I want to cet s
run for my money.
FAMILY OF GREAT SAILORS.
Admiral Sir Archibald Berkeley
Milne, the English commander-in-liipf
in the Mediterranean, is the
:hird generation in his family to at-
ain a high naval rank. His grand
father was Sir David Milne, whose
career began with his participation
m tne relict of Gibraltar towards
the close of the eighteenth century.
The present commander's father
was himself commander-in-chief on
the Mediterranean station, and ulti-
"Do you think you could c:ll our
enamel for stoves?" tho manacer
"I'm afraid not," answered ths
salesman. "I can't. talk Polish."
What Texans Admire
is ruartj, vigorous life, according to
Hugh Tullman, of Sa'n Anionic. "We
find," he writes, "ihat1 Dr. King's
New Life Pills surely put new life
nd pneriry into a person. Wife and
believe" they are the.'ibest m.idf.
NEW FLY EXTERMINATOR.
A new discovery for thn nTinminn.
tion of flies, which ma'v bo nfrocMvo in
paving a way to complete eradlc.itlnn
of the pestB, was tried out in the of
fice of the health officer for the Dis
trict of Columbia tho other day. Sev
eral hundred insects were liberated in
a room and were dead In a few min.
An atmosphere charced with an alco.
holic distillation of the long leaf pine
is what killed the insects. It is said
the distillation is strong enough to
provide a short drlnkless drunk for hn.
A North Carolina man is creditor!
with the discovery. To demonstrate
the effectlveness of the method a trap
containing several hundred flies was
opened in a room. A small blower for'
charging the atmosphere with the
mixture was used. Within a fow
minutes tho Insects began to fall to
the floor lifeless and It was not long
until ail were dead. Several water
insects which had been turned loose
on the floor expired In the Bame way.
It was explained that flies breathe
through tho pores In their bodies and
that tho pine leaf product closes the
pores and thus stops respiration. The
mixture. It is stated, "is not inluriour
to human beings.
"stLZ ?: aecnl Attention Given Farm
aidered a certain spot on the pave
ment worth purchasing at the price
ot a bloody nose. Mis livelihood, ac
cording to the banana man, depend
ed upon his standing- at that Dartic
ular spot, and the shirt waist ped
dler wa3 equally positive that if he
moved on starvation would be his
lot. The policeman's praver for
light was cut- short by the arrival of
. fi j
u, woman wno wanted to ouy a waist.
. "I wear No. 38," she said. "Here
is a waist that I like, but it looks
like a mighty small 38."
"Try it on," urged the peddler.
"I can't, right here in the street,
"Just step info this hall," said the
peddler, "and knock on the door at
the left. The woman will let you
try it on there."
His look of : triumph cowed the ba
nana man and convinced the police
man, "titer he said. "That is
why I have to stand here. I meet a
lot of customers like that woman,
and it isn't every place where I can
make arrangements for them to
come in and try on."
The banana man moved on.
raV ijii W,i
n v tne Mediterranean station, and ulti- "".
Klip; Pflcf p inatoly was made an admiral of tho Excellent for pu.mach;. liver and UitU
o uotw fleet. Sir Archibald has been in the -ev troubles 25c at ia 1 druggie
RING IN OLD TREE.
The new extprminafor fnr navy smce ne was lourtcen and hfs
ine new exterminator lor taken t in more thun ono
wuu uugg, uuowiOT, nuisauu -nenc on land, Having oeen wounded
ail'Otner insects. JNOt Only n tllc UIU war while acting as nava'
kills and devours the huo-p -n w uneimsiord.
butjprevents the eggs fro.T
halfihinp". Ts rnnvpnii-nf fn
O- . UV ; . . .
use. Does not run or spread JIT I aj L nc?r Llv
?,,., , . fiV-tt ingston, N. J., two young farmers
mis me craCKS. a posi- enme upon an old tree which bad
tive exterminator and pre- l)Cm $P"t in lightning.
Venative. Made bv the While oxauiining the tree the youths.
wore surprised to see something glu-
Auderson-Fo w 1 e r l,cniug the wood; ,Witll.S0,"? llif-
nmir pn ficulty they succeeded m dicing o-.;:
UKUb 00. iDCInQmui. gold Und weddiiisf jing. The vir-
Sold by Druggists and Groc- tionderson fm, jW Mav ir.
ers at 25c per bt. with Brush IMP." it is thought that some vis-
1 I lt ll. ..! .
Asker In Mr. Tightwad about?
Ofllce J3py Vosj rhW about
tightest man I ever knew.
A household rem
for 25 y"ear3Dr.
Oil. Fur ciirH - Ef
itdr lout the ring many vunr.-t txnn scalds, tirrffauo vzMui so
w y i ... w ynt2'" wvv
whan tho tree was but a sanlhie and druir stu.o
i hut it became imbedded in tin- Advertisement.
American exports of manufactures
Bhowed an unusual Increase during
the month of Jr'- 1112 The marked
Increase the 8a::i pcind of last year
Indicates a most en'"un-:in:jibusine83
condition in this country- -
In round numberB tho'exportation of
manufactures for the' month of July
wns valued at $97,000,000, against ?7fi.
000,000 for the same, perled ot Ins:
year. This is an increase of $31,000,
000, or 25 per cent. These figures do
not include manufactures of food
stuffs, which aro classified under an
other heading by the . statistical bu
reau of tho department of commerce
.Manufactures of iron and steel show
tb'o, largest single Item of Increase
Tjljie Increase for Julyri amounted to
$74000,000, or one-thtrd of the total
gam- .Other ltoms&of Jncreaso are:
TbacC Jl.OOO.QQieathor. $1,000.,
Qjp,; yqod and lumber, $2,000,000;
agflculUiral lmplompnts. $750,000, and
HIS TIME TO COME,
Smith and Jones were discussing
the question of who should be the
head of the house the man or the
woman, "I nm the head of my es
tablishment," saiil Jones. "I nm
the breadwinner. Why shouldn't I
be?" Well," replied Smith, "before
my wife and I were married wc
made an agreement that I should
innko the rulings in all major things,
my wife in all tho minor." "How
has it' worked?" queried Jones.'
Smith siniled-. "So .far," he replied,
-no major matters .nave, qomo up."
'gUArd the 'white house.
Mellow as moon
light, pure as sun
light, rich as gold.
An honest whisky
m intention, method
of making, aging
btl old cold label
GEO. A. DIOKEL & CO.
' . Dickel Xr.
Mads A Nw Man Of Him.
"I was aimfirlncr frnm nuln In tnv
stomach, bead and back," writes II.
x. Alston, itaieign, jn. v., "ana my
1 Iyer and kidneys did not work right,
out xour bottles or isiectrio jjittero
Mistress Well, I'm sorrv vou
ivant to loavo me, Mury. But whutV ens."
(Mar)' keeps silent.)
Mistroes Something private?
Mary (suddenly) No, mum;
V.isi'. mum, he's a lance corporal -
Fowls of tho Air.
"When ( ordor poultry from yon
again.'' said tho man who quarrels
with his grocer. "I don't want you to
send me any of those aoroplano chick-
"What kind do you moan?"
"The sort that nre nil w!nin nnil mn.
chinery and no meaf'Good House-
$ GASOLINE FEVER?
'AIv husband has thn
' " n " " v a t j i
f8Vr." said Mrs. Mamie Fairbanks of
Tafcomu Park, when sho charged Mr,
Fairbanks with non-support in Judge
wimam u. ueLaceys couu tho other
day. "Ho has It bo bad that ho has
bought two automobiles and one mo
torcycle in the last two years, al
though ho makes but $15 a week and
liaa never rean aupported his fam.
ly. instead of staying at home oi
nljlits he goes riding In his motors
Ho couia support mo and his two
rhlldreu on what ho puts in gasolluo
Although the White House is n
government institution, .the honor of J
protecting the ohicl-oxecutive audi '..r
NTo. 1C0O Pennsylvania aveuuo is the
only rosidonco iif America which is
prntcctd by aity police year in and
yeiirQuJ. Ti'dopartpionts require
ihe 'senvice ofjpurscore men as nigl
HEAL IT WITH
THE ONLY CSeNiiiNV
Willie Did your niatlior or your
father punish you when you were
) oiing ?
"How did ..)r father punish
If yen iated
( hvm u mI
it mt price
rnicc io cts. at all druq st9s
ui U rt airs"
maao me reel jiko a new man."
pujt work of thi kind
in double-quick time,