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JUS SOTJTX XAXX STRUT.
T. J. Walsh, Democrat, will, be
Montana's new Senator.
The Woman Suffrage Amendment
jtorried with a whoop in Arizona.
JlcGovern, Rep., pulled in for
Governor in Wisconsin by the skin
f his teeth.
Gov. Fos3, Democrat, wbb re-elect-sd
by 50,000 plurality, running 22,
,C0O ahead of Wilson.
Washington gave the Bull Moose
3,000 plurality, but elected Lister,
Everhardt, Rep., is re-elected Gov
ernor of Minnessota, although the
State gave Wilson a safe majority.
Wm. H. Thompson, Democrat, de
feated Gov. W. R. Stubbs for U. S,
Senator in Kansas. Good for Kan
sas!. Oregon helped some by giving
Wilson an unexpected plurality of
000 and promises to send a Demo
The Progressives will have an
overwhelms majority in both houses
of the California legislature. Wil
son's plurality is about 120 JO.
There's A Reason.
In selecting a Vacuum Cleaner for
our subscribers, both old and new,
we bought the beat to be found in
our opinion and we thinlc we have
chosen wisely. They are to he had
as cheap a3 $1.85 and if you 'want
ope at that price give us your or
4er and we will have a machine for
you in a wepk or ten davc, but n"
with our imiw on t arid possirty rm
the manufacruer'snam". W han
good ones in a'ock w will up lad
to have prospective customers make
thorough comparison of our machine
with anv one on the market at any
price, wo'kand material considered.
Durability and success in use is our
Thin Ice Thon It wouldn't be amiss
it 1 should skate on this pond, my
Keeper -No; It would bo a miraclo.
Electrical Culinary Utensils.
Electrical culinary utenBils aro gen
erally odorless, being mado on tho
vacuum principle, by which the va
pors aro retained Inside tho receptacle.
(ken gentle Phyllis werrr with nrx
To see -the fovtbtsU gm,
So tender arid sof-heped she,.
Methoughf It wtsS a. shvme
Thh.4- aves s soulful. Sweef fvd kln'd
j- mt ... I . t i
, i tMu i un scenes rnftT nnus inuoi mh mi- iuimu
"With horrop &nd &rr7ie
I txzed upon her form s.
So Fr&gite and so trim,
And pictured how h coming fight
Would cause her-cheek t pk.
Full welll knew her girlish fears
OP e'en the Thought of pain;
And soon, I Knew, her maiden -rWrs
Must fall UK summer1 pain.
r"Oh, heartless manster that thu rtlM
My conscience sternly stkrd,
"T rack with grief yen .lender heart,
'Twere beftcr hu wert dea.d."
But nowr bits, the game
I culd fit
TOPS IDEA OF REFINEMENT
Children of Parents Who Had Just
Moved Into Neighborhood Were
Owners of Automobiles.
Little Virginia, seven years old, re
cently started to private school and
is hearing many things about culture
and refinement. Her mother is very
careful about the children with whom
Virginia plays and wishes to know all
about them before intimacy is permit
ted. The other day Virginia had been
playing with Bome children.
"What children?" asked mother.
She wob told about some new chll
Iren that has Just moved into the
"But," said mother, "you know I
have told you not to play with chil
dren unless I know them and Bay it is
all right I don't know anything about
these children." '
"But, mother, they are perfectly cul
tured and refined."
"How do you know they are cul
tured and refined?" asked the mother,
"Well, they have two automobiles in
that family," replied the small onr
Not long ago Lord Kinnalrd, who is
always actively interested in re
ligious work, paid a surprise visit to
a mission school in the east end of
London and told a class of boys the
story of Samson. In concluding his
narratlvn his lnrdshln ndded! I
"He was strong, became weak and
then regained his strength, enabling
him to destroy his enemies. Now,
boys, if I had an enemy what would
you advise me to do?"
A little boy after meditating on the
secret of that great giant's strength
shot up his hand and exclaimed:" "Get
a bottle of 'air restorer." The Tat
1 De Quiz Is the correspondent of
that publication a well informed man?
Do Whiz I should say so. Half tbo
time he's the only person In the world
! who knows whether what he tells If
true or not.
She Was Not Surprised.
"Weren't you stirfy when you
heard that Tolstoi ?vaB dead?" a6ked
Mrs, Oldcastje. "Yes." replied -her
hostess, ns she pushed u $900 bracelet
up on lier loft arm. "but It wns not
at all surprlfin'' Folks that po up In
them thlsra re ajwnvg snro to pet a
fall sroner or. inter "
Really Hard Luck.
Four mon were sympathizing with
each, other at an uptown hotel, accord
ing to tho New York Sun. They were
employees pretty well up on tho staff
list and two of them were assistant
managers. They had Indorsed checks
for acquaintances that they supposed
were 'U rlpht. and according to the
rule, haa to makw good "I'm worse
stuck than anv of yon " eaU Hie r,l,"
fi-'peer Tho check I got stuck on
nn for StH and the cart who lgne'i
l In 1aU"
I Erg. I could flee
1 1 l . . -I tL.l-.Jr ,
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ian. Hopkinsville, Ky.
Fruit and Shade Trees,
Call Phone 311.
County and State taxes are due
und must be paid. Penalty added
after Nov. 30. LOW JOHNSON,
5 Per Cent Money To Loan.
On Good.South Christian Land 5
J. B. Allensworth, Atty,;
Offi.-d Phone Z67-2. Rea. 742.
' For Sale.
Dwelling and store room attached,
on Durrett's avenue, for sale or
trade on terms to suit the purchaser.
B. D. MODKE,
R. 3, Hopkinsville, Ky.
T. S. Knight S Go
and" n , jranc . O.nr
is y;7 , -
sout , i e -.ioavt
The Kentuckia i has made a specia
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which we will furnish both papers
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' The nnest line ..t samples eyet
seen in Hopkinsville, from tho ,Co -Una
Mfy. Co'.' of Philadelphia, can
seen ut the Kenluckian oflice. Uim
in uml see them, Wecan please,
ro matter what tsiyle you wane '
Salomon on t!it Bench,
An old offender was introduced to a
new country Justice as "John Tim
tains, alias Jones i'1'aa Sadth " "I'll
try tho two worm flm said th
Justice. "Drlng In rpi' Jones"
teams of Hounding brawn
Fashed farward -to me tray.
av-Ix -three -four!" arose a raar,
And like a rending reck,
Ihe shrinking sward to tatrers tare
Beneath rjelr sudden shock
The ajr was filled witti shrieks and $rrc.
The jfhW ran red with re;
Upn the ground with fcrker bones
Lay half a. ser r more.
With sinking heart and kated fereath
I Quickly turned my gaze,
find sweet Phyllis scaped t death,
"But wha was my ama-ze
To see hep cadmly mark the scare
And hear hep sweetly coo:
Cholly dear, 1 just dore f
A football tfamejxWt yut"
F0B L0VERS & chocolate
No Better Dessert Than This Form f
Frozen Pudding Can Be Put
on tha Table.
Beat the yolks of three eggs and
one-half cupful of sugar together un
til very llght add slowly one cupful
of scalded milk. Then gradually pour
this over one and one-half ounces of
unsweetened chocolate. Put the mix
ture in a double boiler and stir until
It thickens and coats the spoon.
When cold) add one cupful of whipped
cream, one teaspoonful of vanlla ex
tract, and freeze. Prepare and have
ready one cupful of candled fruits,
figs and seeded raisins. Cut the can
died fruits and figs into small pieces;
cut the raisins In halves. Make a
syrup of a quarter of a cupful each of
sugar and water, add the fruit, cook
until It is tender and plump, then
drain. Add the fruit to the frozen
mixture when it is almost done, and
finish freezing. When done put in a
quart melon moldand let stand for
an hour or more, packed In ice and
salt. Serve with flavored whipped
Decorated china plates should be
put away with round pieces of canton
flannel between them.
Porcelain-lined sinks and tubs can
be cleaned by rubbing with a flannel
wet with kerosene.
Hot chocolate, unsweetened wafers
and crystallized prunes form a dainty
course for luncheon or supper.
To enrich the coloring, It is advis
able sometimes to brown tho flour
before making a spice or fruit cake.
It is a good plan to have individual
markings for bath towels. The lnitals
may bo embroidered in chain stitch.
Rice Omelet Squares.
These squares aro nice for lunch
con. To make this novel dish, beat
three eggs, whites and yolks together,
until very light, season to tasto with
salt and pepper, and fold in lightly a
scant cupful of cold boiled rice. The
rlco must first be well broken up with
a fork, so that each grain is loose.
Pour into a hot buttered omelet pan
and cook, setting.lt in the oven for a
moment to brown on top. With a
sharp knife, put it into squares and
transfer these quickly to a hot platter.
Garnish with crisp ' lettuce leaves and
squares of tart currant jelly, and serve
Immediately or! il will lose Its crisp
Tho corn absolutely must be scored
and scraped, ami the natural starch of
the corn and the eggs are sufficient to
hold the fritters In shapo. To one
pint of Bcraped pulp add two well
beaten eggs, and If the corn is hot
j Juicy add two teaspoons of milk,
i If corn Is verys Juicy no milk will be
j required. SeaBon with a good half
, teaspoon of salt and a saltspoon of
finely ground white pepper. Beat all
well together and fry by the spoonful
j on a hot griddle greased with butter,
j Use a pancake turner to handle them
.nnd serve as soon as baked on "a hot
platter. Jf-i overcooked or kept wait-
jne they become hard and lose flavor
, Madras Omelet.
Boll a jtnblespoonful of rlco in milk
until soft, add to this a tablospoontul
of butter, salt, popper nnd a very little
nutmeg, While tho rlco is cooling
prepare a filling of vegetables. Any
vegetables will do, but thero must be
three or four kinds, and all in small
pieces. Bauto these slightly in but
ter and with a llttlo curry paste. Melt
a tablospootiful of butter in an omelet
pan and add rice Into which have
bsen stirred the beaten whites and
yolks of two eggs. When cooked turn
it on a hot platter and add vege
tables, ay, you! Advertise In 'hU paper!
WHY BACHELOR DIDN'T MARRY
One Incident In His Life Had Made
Deep and Lasting ImpreMlen
"I will tell you why I don't warry,"
Mid a confimed bachelor. "It hi Ire
cause of 6ne lncklet la my life which
has made a deep and lasting lmprea
sloa on me."
His lady hearers were all attention,
(Keating a romance.
''I once went to a sale. Never mind
what 1 went for or whom I went for.
I went. Of course, there was a tre;
mendous crush, and one had to push
to get to a counter and shout like fury
to attract attention. Well, I acci
dentally stepped on a lady's skirt and
nearly tripped her up. She turned
quickly, and the scowl on her face
would have made a more timid man
bolt. She was evidently about to ad
dress' some fierce remark to me; then
change suddenly came over her
" 'Oh, I beg your pardon,' she said,
sweetly; 'I thought you were my hus
"Heavens!" exclaimed the presi
dential candidate.' His face went pale,
and he trembled as one stricken with
ague. It was clear that he had just
remembered something of distressing
"What has happened?" asked the
chairman of the reception committee.
"I am undone!" tho candidate groan
ed. "I can never be( elected, after this.
I forgot to shake hands with the en
gineer on the locomotive that pulled
"You never appear at tho parties
given by your wife and daughters
"No," replied Mr. Cumrox. "Youx
see, it isn't polite to talk about how
money was acquired. "But thesefpar
es need a lot of It'and somebody had
take off his coat and hustle lnstea1
t learning to wear a monocle."
"Well, I am tho family secret"
HOW HE GOT IT;
Tho Man Did your .father make his
money himself or Inherit it?
" The Boy Neither. He -married ma.
"He who puts his hand toHho plow,"
screamed the crossroads orator, "must
not turn back!"
"What Is he to do when be gets to
the end of a furrer?"-asked tte audi
tor In the blue jqan overalls. Youth's
t Crafty Mover.
What makes Bliggins keep moving
further into the suburbs?"
"He wants to be aB near the begin
ning of tho route as posaiblo so as to
be sure of an end Beat in the open
A Diplomat. j
"I notice that you and your wife al.
ways agree ''on nearly every public
question. How do you manage it?"
"Easily! I let her think skYliad our
Ideas on public questions first."
"The course of true love always
ends in aump."
"They ' always either bust the en-j
gagomeht or get married, don't they?"
WlfoWohn, lenr Please never tol?
anybody that I walk in my ploop,
Wife They mlgh,t think wo havoa't
any motor. Satire.
In Political Training.
"Pa's going to run for office, &d
he's training how." i
"Training? What's he doing?"
"Burying bis past avd making prom I
lees for the future." j
Uw Rate if Interest
We are in position to njke
loans on improved farm lands
Ill W WM IHLHJI II Kill W. Ill 1 Ma
sum, 13,000 or over, on show
notice, "our note will read
to be repaid at the end of
ten years, with the privilege
of paying $100 or mpe at
the end of the first year and
on any interest period there
NL M. GRAVES & SON,
C. O. Wright j. rt. Johnson
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