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HOPKINS VI JiLE KKNTUCKUN NOVEMBI-JR 16
AT THE CHURC
First Bsptist Chwreh Err, C. M
Thompson, Ptor. -r. S e r Y 1 e e 2 -."
Usual. , '
MaKin Servie 431:00 a. r
B Y. P. U.-S:Tb. m.
Evening:!3rvlce '8:00 p. m
Second Baptist Church rW&EX
Sunday Sdhcxal 1.45 aij!Aw
Preaching 31 a; mtayi
B. Y. P. U. 6:0Mml' v
Prayer metwtg tvery Wednesday
njgbt 7:00 p.'mT
Westminster Prbytemn Church
Rev. C. H. H. Branch, Pastor. .
Sunday School9;5 ,a,'m.
Men's Bible Class 10:00 a. mt
Morning Service 10:45 a. m.
Terrible Pietwe of Suffering.
Clinton; Kr -Mr, M.C. MElroy,
in a IftUr from OKnton, writs
"For tlx yr, I wn a sufferer frm
femsla, trmiWtow. 1 couM not mt,
And could t stand on my feet,
without iwfferin? fcrest pain. Three
of (toe beet doctors' in the state mid
I was in a critical condition, and go
injr down hill. I lost hope. After
using Cardui a weckyl began to im
prove. Now I feel better than for six
years." Fifty years of success, in
actual practice, is positive praof that
Cardui can always be relied on, for
relieving female weakness and dis
ease. Why not test it for yqurself?
Sold by all druggists.
Every now and again some Individ
ul arises to tell us Why We Arc,
and' What Wo Arc, a' How We
Know Why Wo Are, asd HOw Wo Aro
What We Know, and.What Wo Would
Do If Wo Weren't, and What, Precise;
1 lv. Arcnoss la. also Wcreness. and
First Presbyteriach Church Rev. why! Wo Aren't What WO 'Mightn't
Edward Bryant Landis, Pa3tor. Have Been If Wo Weren't, arid, other
Blmolo and entrancing racta. sucn
an Individual is called h philosopher.
T)..11l C!l,l, . "V.
Sunday School 9:30 a, m.
Morning Service 10145 a. m.'
Chtistian Endeavor 6:15 p. m. i ' , ..--C
Evening Service-7:00;p, m, t- J n Ti n ir i "V 1 ni o
Weekly Prayer Meetings -Wednes- The KeV: In HICKS '1913
day 7:00 p.'rri.
A- 'J- -.
Pastor ilf occupy pulpit preach-'
ing at hoth hours. . "y : The Rev. Trl R'Hicks'Almanac for
- 1 ' 1913 is now ready. .'It is.'tho most
. , ,. in . Vnu u d'. splendid number of this popular
-uriwtnu-p. ".Year Book over printed. Its value'
A k. Aasey.rasror . mofe thfln fiver ,pr3 by
Lunaay ocnooi v.ov u. iu- r
horning Service 10:45 a.rn.
EpWorth League 6:45 Pm.
Evening Service 7:30 p. m.
Services at the Universalist church
Sunday at 7 p. m. Subject: "Chris
Not Her Hero.
"I suppose you aro proud of your
wife's literary success?" said the Intl
CfiSjte friend. "Yes." replied Mr. Stubbs. ,
"Ofllly I wish she wouldn't' Insist oni
making the hero of every Jiovel a toll,
athletic young man, with wavy balr
and piercing blue eyes. Anybody can
see that I am short, fat, bald, and com
pelled to wear specs." -Tho Pathfinder.
has been more than ever 'prayen
j remarkable fulfillments of. itsstorm,
i weather and earthquakeforecasts
this .year Professor 'Hicks justly.
i merits the confidence and support of J
jail the people. Don't fail ta send
' 35c for his 1913 Almanac, or only
one dollar for his splendid Magazine
and Almanac one year. The . best
one dollar investment possible in any
home or husiness. Send to Word
and Works Publishing Company,
3401 Franklin Ave., St. Louis, Mo.
JEWELS FOR FAIR AMERICAN
I will offer ipr sale at Public Ahc
tlon on Monday November 3&th, 1912,
at the late residence of J. A. Nuck
ols. dee'd, two miles South of Bells
Station, in Christian county, Ky.
All the farming implement, lools,
machinery. Supplies, live stock, corn
and hay, etc. contained on said farm.
Among the articles to be ottered
for sale are thefollowing:
3 mules, 1 horse, 1 cow and calf, 3
brood sows and pigs, 10 shoats, some
fat hogs, J wagon, 2 Buggies and
harness, 1 wheat binder, 1 mowing
machine,-1 Hay Rake, 3 double
shovels, 2 cultivators, 3 single plows,
2 double plows, Harrows, plow gear
etc., 1 four-horse set of wagon har
ness, about oU bbls. of corn, some
ArM to Have Fmmm NMkfM
Ttit One Airraid Me-rpMNtile
Wlf. Kht LiM.
The late Leopold. II., the wicked
old king of Belgium, could refuse
tfie Baroness Vauglian ndthing,Bays
Le Cri do Paris. One day ho pre
sented her a magnificent emerald of
25 knrats. His morganatic wife
looked at the gift n long time, and
she said with a sigh, "Only one?
That is a symbol of insonstancy."
The enamored sovereign under
stood the dqsire of the favorite and
nt once began search for a stone to
mate the big' emerald At last ho
found it. With these and a largo
diamond, pear shaped, weighing
more than 25 knrats, and a dozen
ii i ii' i i -i tt t i j
oincr urmuuiiB vl iu Kuriiia mm -
liiinrlrofl smaller ones n lowoler made c'0Vr hay.
nrnnmoTif. fbnf. Riimnsc in' Other articles of machinery, tools
beauty all the treasures of the Bel- and farmer's supplies tooumerous
gian court. "With this the baronees-tomentio9' .
ornamented'" her corsage. Soon after-' Terms of sale: Note with approved
-ward Leopold died and was speedily security .-due nine months after date
forgotten, f, I WHiiouiiiiereai, u paiu ai inuiurity.
. ' Aa ;a tt'nflU'noxvt. fl!n Bopnnrl mnrJ AH purchases under ten dollars will
fringe of Madame Vaughan was soon ; he cash, and the fat hogs will be
followed by a divorce. The jewels
and souvenirs' have been sold and
this choice ornament has been ac
quired, by a New York house. This
house, it is. said, wtfs about to sell
it to Colonel Asf or for some, mil
lions' of dollars when he 'went down
in the Titanic. .It is now said that
this splendid ornament . has been
bought by or for an American ac
tress and that mention of her pur-
sold for cash
Sale . begins promptly at 9:30
o'clock a. m. Everybody invited.
T J. NUCKOLS,
Ad mr. of, Mrs. Nannie R. Nuckols,
7 African Dwarf Elephants.
'Aa English official in -Uganda claims
lo have Been a herd of dwarf ele-
teTinntn tlio oyintniipn nf "whlr-h linn
chase will soon appear in her press often been affirmed by natives. When
.recently seen tlio company consisted
of from 30 to 40 individual elephants
meandering In solitary fashion over a
plain. The observer was most aston
ished at the weak defenses offered by
their bodies. Nono of them had a tusk
No Suffragette Views.
' A visitor at a seaside boarding houso
went Into the local postofllce and,
Proud of Record.
A clergyman in Chicago, celebrating
the fiftieth anniversary of his pastor
ate, draws attention to the record of.
happy marriages at which ho has offi
ciated. Out of 4,607 couples married,
only two couples have been divorced.
seeking to draw the postmaster intqnf more than ten kilograms in weight
conversation, asked him wnat nis a aeaa member of tne nocK was artor-
jis'ws were as to suffragettes. "Hain't -ward found, the tusk of which weighed
got no tiews of that kind," replied tho "but eight kilogramB.
postmaster, "but we've got some flno ,
postcard views of the new viaduct,
the Baptist church, and the new li
brary. Want to look at 'em?' Lon
One Was Enough.
Baseball Captain "You shouldn't
be do bard on the boys. They played
well. The game was lost through Just
bno error." Manager "Yes, so was
Paradise." Boston Transcript
Little Doubt About It
Married a month, a young man told
the magistrate that his wife had done
the following things: Torn up tho
marrlage-certlflcate, pawned tho ring,
torn up her wedding-dress, assaulted
him. She followed him to court, ho
added, but he managed to dodge her.
The Clerk: "You took her for better
or worse, and you seem to havo got
First Dog Did they tie a tin can
to your tail?
Second Dog Yes; of a cheap,
brand, and mo such a. stickler for
VICTIM OF CATALEPSY.
The crowd at a French station tho
other night were struck with tho
curious attitude of a man "who had
been standing for a considerable
time motionless before tho board on
which, tho delays of tho train service
aro recorded. It was observed that
his eyes were tightly closed. As he
still remained without movement an
official touched him on the shoulder.
The man immediately fell into his
arms, his body absolutely rigid. A!
doctor who was called diagnosed the
case as one of catalepsy. It seems
j that for a considerable time tho man
, had been standing in the middle of
. the busy station m an -unconscious
' condition. Catalepsy is a sudden
1 loss of consciousness, accompanied
' by more or less rigidity of tho limbs,
so that they remain in any position
in which they are placed.
Made His Blessing Retroactive.
The father of a family who had
been striving to bring up his children
in the way they should go was very
much annoyed at his son's uncouth
habit of helping himself to a few bites
before grace had been said. Tho
stereotyped form called for: "A bless
ing on what we are about to eat"
but one occasion being particularly
exasperating, he astounded the young
man by adding to his petition, "and
on that which has already been
On the 1st and 3rd Tuesday
of each month the fares am
txtm low and allow stop
overs free and 25 days time
via Cotton Belt Route to
The Cotton Belt Routo Is tlio
direct line from Memphis to
Texas, through Arkansas
two splendid trains dally, with
through sleepers, chair cars and
parlor-cafe cars. Trains from
all parts of the Southeast maker
direct connection at Memphis
rcith Cotton Belt Route trains
to the Southwest.
L Write to me today
3 I will tell you exact farer
K from your town, sched-
$ ule, and send you splcn-.
i did Illustrated books of
farm facts about Arkan-
Vh sas and Texas.
L. C. BARRY,
TrtTeling Panr Atruf
83 Todd Buildine
All year Touriit
Ticket alto on
tale Daily to cer
at. 90-dayt limit.
Specialists Recommend Yawning.
In the opinion of learned specialist
no ono can bo healthy unless lie 6
Bho docs a certain amount of yawning
When you yawn you expel from tba
lungs a lot of superfluous air; t&st
breathing muscles of both the chest
and tho throat aro strengthened fey;
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