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This Aftert.o-n at tlie Horn
of Rev. C. IVl Thompson.
Mias Kalherine Pendleton and Mr.
"Edgar S amper, fJulian, viil be)
marrit d Wifs afif rno i at, 4 o'clock, j
The ceremony will take plao at the
residue of Rv. t .' M.' Thompson,
pastor or On- Hup'iat church N
The b,ridt-to be is.the'd uighier of
Mr. aid Alf. K. 3 Pendleton, uiid
i9 only 20 cars of age. Mr, S'amper
ia ihe son of Sir. and Mrs. E. T.
Stamper, and ia 22 yirnrs of age.
The young couple have bwn sweet
hearts since thkir yoi'.h, and after
spending the night at Hotel Latham
wi'l drive to the home of the father
of the groom ui d spend a few days
Jbefurc going to a nt-arby farm to
begin married life,
T. C. Change Of Schedule.
Tne Hopkinsville Mail, which his
heretofore arrived here at 11:20 c,
m , now reaches the city at 11:10 a.
in., or 10 minutes earlier. Return
ing tu Nashville, this train departs
at 3:45 p. m., instead of 4 o'clock.
Dividend of $70,000.
The distribution of a divide d j
somt-.hin c -ike $70 000 to the mem
bers of the Sremtnin'g District A.- -ciatioti.
aft.tr winding up the affairs
of the pool it. 1911 ciop, is another
evident "ffh hnnnr3 nf farmers'
co-operatin- .--VJuri sonvidn Hustler.
JStato of Ohio, 'city of Toledo, I-,,.
Lucas County, Jss
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that ho la
senior pnrtner of tho firm of F. J. Cheney
& Co., doing business In tho City of To
ledo, County and Stato aforesaid, and
that said Arm will pay tho sum of ONE
HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and ev
ery caso of Catarrh that cannot bo curcl
by the uso of HALL'S CATARRH CURB.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before mo and subscribed in
iy presence, this 6th day of December,
A. VT. GLEASON.
i . Notary Public.
"Hall's Catarrh Curo is taken Internally
and acts directly upon tho blood and mu
ous surfaces of tho system. Send for
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, O.
Sold by all Druggists, 75c.
Tako'Eall's Family Pais for constipation.
are quickly relieved by an application of Sloan's
Liniment You don't' need to rub just lay oh
lightly. It penetrates at once to
tho scat of. the troume.
Mls3 Ewta Mahthkv, 4229 Talman
Ave., Chicago, 111., writes; "About two
years ago my mother brolco down with
rheumatism. Thcdoctors didn't dp any
good. Mv mother was persuaded to try
Sloan's tlnlment, and in thrco wecka
was entirely well-ahdtl believe she is
Relief From Rheuwiawwn
Mt" II. E. LitfDKUtAP, GJlroy, Calif.,
Willis " 1UV IllUilll u-'Vv jw.i , .
botUo of Sloan's Liniment, and although she Is over 83 years of age, she has
obtained grzzt relict from her rheumatism." -Rheumatism
V-,s Eveixtta MYER.of 121$ Wyoming St., Dayton, .Ohio, writes j-r
My mother was troubled with rheumatism and her friends advised her to get
Sloan's Liniment an"d her rheumatism is entirely gone. At the same time the
family ivas troubled veiih rl ng. worms Hi cro were five ring-worms between my
sisters and I and Sloan's Liniment cured every one of us in a week's time.
is the best remedy for neuralgia, sciatica, lumbago, chest
pains, asthma, hay fever, croup, sore throat and sprains.
At all dealers. Price, Hoc, GOc, and $1.00.
n TTnrsM. Cattle. Hoes and Poultry sent free. Address
- m M a Th m. A. t A C
Dr. EARL S. 5L,OAN, BU5iuw,
Of Union Services at Ninth St.
Christian Church This Week.
TRACING THE DOG'S DESCENT
Tuesday "The Frontier and the
Island Possessions." by H. D.'3mith.
Wednesday "The Immigrants.'.'
by C. H. H. Branch..
Thursday "The Rural Regions!
and the City," by E. B. Landis.
Friday "American S oial Prob
lems." a Symposium.
(a) Women and Children in In
dustry, b) Salo .nanlTerripei
atice Reform. (q)r Mnrnr. nisni.
AMERICAN BEADTY J'TtZ-.
j niRS inthe afternoon ut1 ch eti-
n.inister P (-sytenan church.
Are the culmination
of corset excellence
the product of
intelligent and ap
honest and well
results could not be
different than they
are-corsets of stylish
lines and fashionable
Not a better corset
can be made for the
money. We carry in stocK. all r f
the latest, stunning, modish effect;.
AMERICAN BEAUTY CORSETS
ONE DOLLAR UP
For Sale By
THE O. G SPROUSE
Generally Accepted Opinion Is That
His Progenitor Was the1 Com
mon Wolf or Jaekal.
Itseems to be generally accepted
by naturalists and the world at
largo ..that the domestic dog is in
some sense a collateral descendant
of the wolf or jackal-v.
A professor in tho Natural His
tory museum in Paris has communi
cated results of his study of various
canine skulls to the Academy of
sciences.' . He appears to have no
ticed certain peculiarities of growth
which have hitherto escaped zo-olo-gists.
He states that the skull of
almost every species of wolf and
jackal ( differs from the skull of the
shepherd dog to an extent,, that
makes -it impossible that this dog
should belong in the same classifi- 1
cation. The skull of .vthe. Indian
IDEA FOfi KEEPING POTATOES
Method f DMtoattlna
TttltebU li to Attempted
An Attempt ii bfef iaM in Gkr-
many to wre the fire' million, toni of
potatoes loet nnullt in ihttt coun
try flirottg h Ukk ofrtnnwdinte mar
ket by desiccating, or fyif thttg
etnble, so that ilrmf.4te prescrred
Itx tisablo form. . 4 -m ' v
Pressure is used to withdraw tlw
bulk of the water from tho, potato
and artificial heat dries tho resulting
"nlcal.,, This meal has one-quarter
of the original weight; and Occupies
oncroighth the' space. It tastes arid
smells soiiiewht like newly made
bread. It may bo used or kept in
this condition for considerable peri
ods. Pressed into cakes,it is used
for animal food 111 practice 3.8
tons of potatoes yield alwut one ton
of potato meal at a cost of about 5G
cents a ton. Twelvieents a ton add
ed for pressing makes tho coat of tho
cake 68 cents, which is hot high for
fodder of such quality. Chemical
analysis shows tho following percent
age of food value: Water, 11.50 ? fat,
0.31 ; protein, 3.73; ash, 2.0G; liber,
1.71; carbohydrates, 80,69. Tho
residual liquor, after pressing, is
about 80 per cent, pure albumen,
which has a ready market. Harper's
DOUBLE PLEASURE '
My Stock of New Fun Jut In!
Big AMortmeirt in
F-u'r Sefs, Extra
Neckpieces, Extra: Muffs
Children's Fur Sets.
Be sure you see my line and get my,
prices before buying.
T. M. JONES,
4 : HoplrinsvilltJ, Ky.
AH, THERE I
ml B,c . V v. ' .,r ,,,11 olf, on the contrary, shows some
dent Taft carried , Vermont, an . . " j(i . , ,
ii- xt e u ' mr;ri ,if 'Ri )pomta.of resemblance- TJiis, indeed,
election Nov;-5 by a margin it doi,4 ... . ,
. n R,.,.ct.0 t ... is the only savage canineithe top of
votes over Co onel Itonseveit, ac , j p r
j. m i ,.,,o ,m5 n whose head' projects like'that of our
cording to official returns compi f H r J t. -v
U.- Cn.fnu nf Sfnfp filli; W. Hill I-. . .
President-elect WUson rati. tni'M.
7Q8fl vntfia KODuratine him trni r
The Monk If I had your figBrf
I'd go to the theater every night.
The Giraffe Why so?
The Monk Ton have the advan
tage of being able, to sit in the or
chestra and see from the balcony
at the same time.
Buckwheat Cakes and
All just arrived and will be a good addition to your
There are, moreover,, ptlier char
acteristics vhich. the Indian wolf
jhus in common with the dog, and
t which the ordinary wolf does not
ftTnmnmn 1 1 n 91 6 r ; snare wJth them ai0 his
K rr N nlJUoL1 d that of the ds have fys been
O I I II I MM U 1 1 U U U U , suppQSed tQ be Q common 0
j The conclusion of this scientist is
Brinp: your tobacco if and havn t; that the Indian wolf is the progeni
stripped ready fr market 1 1 1 tor of the shepherd ddj? and-' the
"' ' bloodhound. There were two primi
tive races of dogs analogous to these
strip and deliver to ujv .fac ry
town. -P-.-H DUNCAN.
! StnS NtL. &N 't.
' Pt.. n 718
GIRLS AS GOLF CANDIDATES'.
; Ngt only ther Gernan golfer is bei
ginning to recognize that girl cad
dies have many advantages over the
boy caddie,, but golfers in Epgland,
Prance and other European! coun
tries are also employing them with
great Buccess. And this is perhaps
as it should be. The employment of
boys at a time of' life when they
should be learning some useful trade
constitutes a source of real danger
to the youth of this or any other
country. The girls are also said to
be more intelligent and generally
quicker and in. many other ways
other ways more fitted for the occu
pation, which is.-health-giving tfith-
COOPER & CO.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS.
. . - sail 'tr-1
i which.were lirst domesticated in, cen- -ouj. ejnr too. strenuous.
tral Asia, whence they; passed to , i
! Europe, and there seems no reason HELPING RUSSIAN WOMEN.
to doubt that the bloodhound of to-1 ' - - r
day is the direct descendant of the : Mme. Vera dp;,Blumenthal, nowjlj
.....rr-r-n, . ' his hTother, E MA Bnrn a w dog spoken ot by the ancients as "tne co-operating wiuyne emsivo ot ny- t
WaBaaaaUBMBBmaMmmMmBBOi. r '. .u, ' lt.,,H . A nf , nf hronv'HnrnGr'a . nznn. Bnsain. toSst iblish a hew lace
I ' ri I bj iwirin ill mw . iiivu kj.n.a'.. ' . " - , .-1 - i j j -rr-.. -
William Barnes Dead.
William B ir'nes, . who li,yd w
5fow Day! gilt fiot Tnto The rbway
Ask Us To Tell You How It Was Done With
A BURNING SUBJECT!
a'ter a long illnsa U? - ,haUk b
practically an invalid '.f" ' v
years. He ws (5 yeurs of age od
unmarriod The burial t-fc pi
near Fruit Hill Sunday. .
THE FATIGUING. PART:
Times of Peace
Prepare for varl
While the Ent my, Cold Weuth
inactive Just Now,
The Advance Guard Will
Soon Make Its Appearance!
Fill Your Coal Bin With
You May Successfully Resist
PUL Mil I IN IN
OOco M Yard 7th ft Railroad St.
Kewe FbooelSM, Cwnb. Pbons tS8.
Fell From Auto. '
' W dter Howe had vf ill from ih
automobile las: .Sunday: In Ketti.-
out of the car one of hi? feet hum: (
in the lap roba and lie - f'll m ' ,
street, face.downwatjd. He is ww
inf? a large piece tf courtp)a3ier uv r :t
his left ev, though he,, was not in
jured elsewhere. - '
Though last Saturday was noth
ing more than an evwry weoU Satm
day and nohinc: whutevtr beinii on
hand to atjCt a croA-J, Miti st'r.eax
from otw fHiAo.f th- liuaineas &iilu
to the atlier wa? picml a- .if it woni
a circus day. ' '
h' ' w
school for thg lnefit of peasant
women, is a born Russian, but for a,
number ot vcarsiiUB uvea in msa-.f.
. dena, Cal. Ten ' years ago she be
came intercatedw this work While a..
resident of CIitago, and has si.ncti-
disposed of nipji. peasant-made laec, t
' and drawn wdrk- Through thetpid j "
THE QUAIITY JL.-fik.X-li'
,1 tit V'JI 1 1 . 1 V '
tuns estapusiiou. oy ner sue imYiug p
aided it aisrpm ner private purse, j
; five girlsi one district are xcr jA.
ceiving ironing in ihcu suuuuta,
COULDN'Th'GET AHEAD OF HER.J
Ho Before I. was married ,
thought woinen were angels. 'f jj
one wejii .nnisu ii now -you'
know they are. - '
Sale of Dur,oc Jerseys
Tomorrow the sale of G;dKe W.
McKnight's Duroc Jertey pdus wi I
be made. It is expected that, farm
era who deaire to improvo their
stock of hogs will be present.
Young Widow "Did you bavo any
trouble getting Jack to propose ?"
Girl Friend "No, dear; I told W
yeu were aftw Msa-V108 T"
Uicks--.Ie you've got an. auto.
I don't sunnose it's hard to run. 4 'est
s AVicks 2pt nearly bo haVd as it me gqo
' ' to. walk. Tmat ia what .makes jne.
UP TOE PRESENT ,TIME.
tq you winning. Lucille
Valdosr don't krtcjjjr, not grC-at-L
plftfe still Bconis to be to lud
ny. NevYofk Globe. "
Wisdom of Childhood.
Tho following composition on men
Is credited to a little girl: "Men aro
what women marry. They drink and
emoke and awear, but don't go to
church. Perhaps If they wore bonuets
they would, Thoy are more logical
than women and altto more zoological.
Both mea and womea sprung frorn
monkeys, but the wobw 9ni tut
thr than the men." "
'liuclla likes to feed her mind,
"Perhaps that is. why one finds her
ulvvays devouring fierials." .
, RATHER, ALARMING.
"Jackf says ho always goea to tb
bottom in everything be uadertakea "
; ,Te -Wl. 1
rowing with hifleu,
B 14 ?? K HARDWARE. CO
Vlibmplp wnrkitifr cnpital, exceptional colipctinn rrarg
Tin!?3?nd n thnrou?,ly organized office sy stem r his bjtnk
naa ih ability and disposition to extend to its custolkjibrs
very facility warranted bv safe, conservation banking,
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I Itnnn nnl nnnt inTAfnCT An limn H P 1 1 1 ll.il IRS III
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EiANK OF HOPKINSVILLE
Nat Gaiter, Prdtnt; J. E. McPherwn, Cashier;
H. L McPiwrfcn, Asst. CailOar.