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nOPKINSVlLUb iNlUUUAN, NOVEMBER IS
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X13 SOUTH MAIN" STREET.
The Colonel had the Quakers go
ing his way. His plurality is near
y 50,000. '
Tennessee finds it hard to jubilate
with the other Democratic States of
Three minor state officers on tee
jRepublican ticket pulled through, in,
Wilson got 51,000 votes in Maine,
a Dlurality of 2.500 over Roosevelt
land 25,000 over Taf t.
Escapes An Awful Fate.
A thousand tongues could not ex
press the gratitude of Airs. J. E.
Cox, of Joliet, 111., for her wonder
ful deliverance from an awful fate.
5'Typhoid pneumonia had left me
with an awful cough," she write.
'Sometimes I had such awful cough
ing P?11! I fywriri I wou14 1 1
kouid get fid help1 frGffi doctors'
treatment of ether medicines till-I
aged Dr. King's New Discovery.
But I owe my life to this wonderful
Temedy for I scarcely cough at b11
.now." Quick and safe, its the most
xeliable of all throat and lung medi
cines. Every bottle guaranteed.
50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free at
COUNTY STOCK LAW
Jhegore fh&t nce uporf tht oVld
lis c&rm'ioc mo.Mle spread,
The broken bones And dyin dni,
The mangled, mcJrncd $nd dead,
The b&aeifula 6f missing c&ps.
Of noses, thumbs and. toes,
The buffered "muJa" Mid lederied "ludja".
The cltxah or scv&ge. foes;
Alii till shall vanish from ihe field,
As v&nfsh mists cwiy;
A brighter, fairer d&y shfcll dawn l
When fefc.ms consent to play
No more -fho wvutshed shriek sh&ll rend
The clrcumwT)blcnf-&fp, ,
Nor students ro.w umbrvSktJeou's crops
Of skull-protectln hcxln , .,f
Let We' delldbt h scrap And-flhf;
Tsrchtnce fheln brows o.re low;
Let brutal wrestlers buoj and- bite,
Top nature rn&de' "them so;
But college boys should never tye&rn
To fight like dogo &nd cats,
Their little feef were never m&dc
To kick each ofher's s)b.s
O you Soceorl .
But whet- is Soccer; do you sk? (
Well, gentle rc&deryl
Will tell the whextevnd how,inJ. which,
Though Ien not tell vhy',' - ..
IKIa f&lP .od dentle jousf ;.m,
( ' ' As one might wish to pfaJy; f
Yob do not seek to malm op map,"''
To rriwvle or "to slay.
YoLTmerciy c'ha ihe'i bounding b&Hf
NAnd run to best the band.
And when you overtake it, why,
You raise your-toorslc.and
Now oil acclaim 'Long live the &mt!"
, AJ C.i II lilt, r ' '
And Soccer, lond live if.'?'
m.ll lliAL.I " L it- I
. we'll oiiineiy cnase xne
4 And not' be roudh 6. b). '' ' ; x-' ";
We'll never douge our focmans eye.V.,',
-,. Nop Jump upon'hls'tp,-. ';'
Nor. seek "to rpastlcafe his ea.p ' . '
.. Like und ohewlnd dum;
We'll nevep,-ncvep bend his f&,ce,'
rJ3cNop pudely pull ah bo.uI.
For? though there be some gentle kicks,.
The pigskin cjretajem &II : A .)
HVMTOR OF VOUAFUK.
' WWN. tfc Skiwwiiiito ere W
Ik mmw. KmUtt mntly tM
Mwi 'wm Rcfctr ( tfve death at
KeMtanz of Dr Xkrtln. ie)ilycr, who
akeut thirty yef mro gave to tho
world the form a "ttslversal lan
Kne," which ho called Volapyk. Tho
word wm derived from the two Eng
lish words "world" and "speak." Tho
language, with Its 1,300 "root words,"
was studied diligently by many peo
ple, some of whom predicted' Its
speedy universal adoption. But this
did not deter Dr, Zamenhof from
proceeding with hta work In tho same
direction, which ho finally published
over the name Dr. Esperanto. Com
menting on tho work of. tho two men,
a writer In tho Berlin Post says, la
conclusion: "Schloyer died' at olghty
one;., his language died before him.
Zamenhof Is still alive, and his lan
guage Is known as Esperanto."
LIKED Tf-HE SLIDE.
, A Mlyt Httle English .bulldog, first
lnterforred with, and then boosted the
shoot-the-chutes game, of . srime boys
in ak' amusement prk of fet. touls brf
jtho Fourth of July by Its deteralaa-
;tkm te Join the sang. ' The bey,
'thinking one trip would be sufficient
sto warrant retirement,, gave him r
Local Paragraphs ' The November Wide World
kow ior that rousing ratification
that has been hinted at.
One of the most interesting articles
I in the November Wide World Maga
' .... . m r
We are prepared to do all kinds of
me worm bik'l . i u tw no
Candidates for county offices next ' infl ig entitled ..The Surf-Board, -
Carried In Warren County By
The law to prevent stock from
running at large away from the
premises of the owner, in Warren
county, was carried in the general
election Tuesday by a majority of 6
47, with Smith's Grove Precinct No.
1 unreported. This precinct will
probably increase this majority
Bowling Green Messenger.
The Demons of the Swamps
are mosquitos. As thej sting they
put deadly malaria germs in the
blood. Then follow the icy chills
and the fires of fever. The appetite
flies and the strength fails; also ma
aria often pave9 the way for deadly
typhoid. But Electric Bitters kill
and cast out the malaria germs from
the blood; give you a fine appetite
and renew your strength. "After
long suffering," wrote Wm. Fret
well, of Lucama, N. C. "three bot
tles drove all the malaria from my
system, and I've had j?ood health
ever since." Best for all stomach,
liver and kidney il p. 50c at all drug
Rutherfurd B. Cook, assistant
secretary of thf Chicago National
League baseball club, shot and killed
one of two men in an automobile
who Btopped him and ordered him to
throw up his hands.
Helps A Judge In Bad Fix.
Justice Eli Cherry, of Gillis Mills.
Tenn-, was plainly worried. A bad
sore qu his leg. had baffled several
doctors and long resisted all reme
dies. "I thought it was a cancer,"
he wrote. "At last I UBed Bucklen'b
Arnica Salve, and was completely
cured." Curos hums, boilfe, ulcers,
cuts, bruises and piles 25c at a
year have already begun to bloom.
Election day next year falls on the
same day of the month as it did this
Can President Taft, with thanks,
issue his Thanksgiving proclamation?
The Treble Clef Club is preparing
to give a cantata some time this
"The colored troop3 fought nobly"
in the southern part of the county,
cannot be truthfully said of Tues
The arrangement between the
ministers of the city to hold a series
of union services in the interest of
home missions will mo:t probably be
consummated next Monday morning.
Our next door neighbor, Pem
broke, ratified the night of the elect
ion in earnest. It is said that the
niJ - ( it TUrt rM.llArM
it "the king of summer sports" ami) .S,eJ. H. Dagg for contracting
few people reading his account of its wilding and:general repair work of
delights and thrills will be inclined J JN kinds. Phone 476.
to cavil at the description. Surf-1 , '
ridincrisone of the most ancier.t
pastimes of the Hawaiians, but the
white man has taken to it witn en
thusiasm and bids fair to beat the
native at his Own game, Another
interesting article is "In Pursuit of
Sllver-Tip3," which recounts how a
party of cow-punchers went after a
couple of silver-tipped bears with
their ropes and an old revolver mi
nus a sight. Nothing more exching
than the si quel has ever happened
in Wyoming. Other articles which
will be widely read are " ith a
Camera in Egypt," "To Menelik
With a Motor," "The Pirates of the
Neuvra Tigre" and "In the Heart
of South America." Lady Swayne,
steam whistles were bLwn from wife of the Governor of British Hon-
If you have a house or. building of
any kind that you want moved see
R. C. Lawdon or call Cumberland
WANTED Young man straight
matter compositor who' can also feed
cylinder and platen presses.. Some
knowledge of binding books prefer
red. Write what you will work for
in first letter; Address,-Ken tuclc
ian, Hopkinsvillei Ky.
County and State taxes are du,e
and must be paid. Penalty added
midnight until morning and there duras, vivid'y
was general rejoicing. Pembroke.' known colouy
describes that little . after Nov. 30.
What Texans Admire
is hearty, vigorous life, according to
Hugh Tallman, of San Antonio. "We
find," he writes, "that Dr. King's
New Life Pills surely put new life
and energy into a person. Wife and
I believe they are the best made."
Excellent for stomach, liver and kid
ney troubles. 25c ut all druggists.
WANTED Position by first-class
lady stenographer and court report
er. v LOUISE G. DAVIS, ,
A Cash Offer.
5 Per Cent Money To Loan.
On GoodJSouth Christian Band 5
J. B. Allensworth, Atty.,
Office Phone 267-2. Res, 742.
Local Operator Dead.
The Kentuckian has made a snecia'
clubbing rate with Ihe Memphis1 Dwelling and. store rqom attached.
Weekly Commercial Appeal by on Darrett'a avenue. for- sale, or,
: which we will furnish both papers tradq on terms to suit the purchaser.
for one year for the very low sub-1 ' D. MOUKb.
Victor Poynter. ttlegraph oper- cription.price of $2.25. The Com: i K- d- "opuwsvuie, irvy.
ator at the Illinois Central railroad mercial Appeal is one of the largest J,
office here, died in Paducah a few and best papers in the South, arid;
days ago, from uraemic poisoning, we hone to receive many new fub !
seriptions on thisptter: 52 25 caii
aged 35 years,
His wife and
T. S. Koigfil & Co,
f ir both papers J
Get your JoblPrinting done at this
office. " ;
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The exeieisws of Arbor d y an'j
j Blitinir of trMK on Capitol Ground!
win iai piac- hc rrariKturi Nov.
beginning ar 11 o'clock harp U wj
hoped that every county in th Bttn
will be mreBentel ,!Bi
Ihfneat 'i e f samples eveJ
mm in Hopklnsville, from the Col
iSm Mfg. Co. of Philadelphia, can be :
seen at the Kentuckian emce. Uoroe
In ao4.se thm. We can plekse you, .
no matbwr wfet y 1 " for t
1 will, on my faim at Lolivar, Kentucky, about nine miles scuthof Hopkins-
ville, on the Clarksville turnpike, offr for sale at public auction
to the highest and best biltiSr, on
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, J912,V
Too fcl owing personal property, to wit: Twelve Work Mules, Four 4-Horae. Wagons, Three
S'l8 Witirun Hamem, Twelve Seta Plow Gear, To Reapers, Two Mowers, Hay Rakes, Fallowing
Plow-. D iulilH nod Smle Pws Two Di-c Harrowd, One Cutaw-y, Three Wheat Drills, One Corn
Plantfi', in foct nil ku d of farminir implements, tools and machinery used in the proper conduct
nrd npe'HMor, of a modern and ur- o.data tiv hundred acre farm.
Aout Thirty-fivo Todh of Baled i:iovr and Timothy Hay mixed, deanjmd in good condi
tion. Aiut g'ive Hundred Buuhels of Corn, a lot of Fat uml Stock Hogs, Pigs and Sboats, some
nfc" pu - hi rain .Ithv Milch Cowfl nd Cattle. One Jersey Bull about two years old entitled to
rvjw r .Hon, Out! Topyy Harneiw Mri ith Suckling Colt by her .side. One extra nice Two year
. id ' Mtui nh- s-idd'o and,hurnes nursed.
TEKVlS QKSM.E: Fat II.-wh. Khc Citlle and all buIhs of x 00 and undgr, cash. AH other
, sttl-ann iiwtH riinjuiis' tirnp, with (5 r .. i .irHMt fmm l t'M '( -'e. Notes to be executed by
mrQ'Min r or puQtiascrB witlviipp. ..-.ni AH pt8t)otj l u inir to pay cash will be ullotyed
2 iBpc-t. ilNcount. ui 18 it U for Fut Hogs, Fat Cattle, o' amounts of $25.00 or under.
Barbecue on the grounds on the day of sale, where those ip
attendance can procure dinner.
G. C. MOORE, Auctioneer
start, but after its first slide, it wag.
ged the merriest kind of a tall and
made a beollno for the ladder, which
It tried to mount for the next trip, the
next hour was spent in carrying the
dog to the top of the chute and thea
-anglng themselves alongside for thf
hearing, as he slid past
LUNATIC AS DOCTOR.
While a prominent specialist was
absent from the consulting room in
(Berlin the other day, a lunatic man
jaged to obtain admission, and posed
;as the doctor to the many patients
(-who called, giving them prescriptions
'and advice. There appeared to be
nothing unusual in his manner until a
lady who was a constant patient
jiskeajilm If Jjo was acting .substi
tute during' the holidays The im
postor laughed and tgl4-ner
'peppermint lozenges for 'Eer" Tung
'trouble. The woman raised the
alarm, and .the madman was taken
'into custody. Considerable anxiety ia
felt for the other patients, for whom
'he may have prescribed poison. All
,the pharmacists, have been advised o'
OFFICIALISM IN GERMANY.
It is estimated that an eighth of the
male Germans whom the census re
turns as independently earning a liv
ing are either permanent officials of
state or municipal employes. The
Volkspartel leader, Dr. Frederlch
Naumann, some years ago estimated
the state and municipal officials alone
at 1,200,000. But, these 1,200,000 wore
all "officials" In tho strict sense; and
did not Include 500,000 state railway
employes who are only workers; and
also excluded the vast majority of mu
nicipal employes who are not "offi
cials." The "official" staff of the
state railways number about 36,000;.
the 'official" post and telegraph em
ployes 320,000; the school teacher?
VALUABLE RING . RECOVERED.
"Under remarkable circumstances a
valuable gold ring,. Bet with sapphires
and pearls, belonging to a resident oi
Rochester, noar TJttoxeter, Stafford
shire,- England, has been discovered
after bolng missing for over four
years. It Is assumed, that tho ring
must have been jcarted away with
ashes, for while working on a near-by
farm a bailiff found the ring In a
Held. Although It had been .missing
for such a lengthy, period the ring
was not la the least tarnished. , Thq
man who was worklag In the Held
with tho ba'lllff happened t remen?j
ber the loss of the ring..
HAS PET CHIMPANZEE.
Capt. H. W. Long, British royal
army medical corps, who has ar
rived at Plymouth on bis way to Lon
don from Sierra Leone, has-'b'rought
homo with him. a trained femalo chim
panzee, which ho callB X.ady Sassa,
M. D. When she is given a case of
surgical Instruments she will select
and use a stethoscope, and sho Is an
adept at feeling tho pulse. With the
thermometer she is equally at homo
and she always giveB It tho profes
Blonal shako before using It. Diff
penslng Is also among her accom
plishments, Lady Sassa whistles, but
iocs not talk.
An easy method of waterproofing
cotton Is tho formation of aluminum
stearato, in tho ube.r of tho cloth,
which "may readily be done by Im
mersing It In a solution of aluminum
sitlpliato in water (1 In 10), and with
out allowing to dry, passing through
i solution of t'oap mado from soda
ml tallow or similar fat In hot water.
'.,r!o" between tho aluminum sul-
!( and tho soap produce alum
i- lira to aid sodium eulphute.
1 for-nT is nnluhlo and remains
t fber th- letter Is removed by
b iqucuMy rmaUlE tho fabric In wa-
Low Rtt of liittrMt
We are in poition to makeff 1
loans on improved farm lands
in Christian" county, in any V
sum, $3,000 or over, on short
notice. Your note will read
to bii repaid at the end of
ten years, with the privilege
of paying $100 or more at
the end of the first year and
on any interest period therej
M M. GRAVES & SON,
C, Ot WSIQHI . JA C. JOHNSON
REAL ESTATE AND LOANS.
'Special Attention Given Farm
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FRQKl SK!K TO SOME.
1 Heals Everything Healable. Burns,
juojis, cores, uicers, rues, eczema,
Cuts, Corns, Wounds and Bruises.
SATISFIES, OR MONEY BACK,
2f c AT ALL DRUGGISTS.
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
in a single particular.
hn eld told Ubcl
GEO. A. DICKEL & CO.
Nashville. Tenn. 3
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Hopkinsvil e, Ky.
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