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IS GARDEN OF EDEN MYTH? H0PK1NSVILLE PROOF
Selene and Ptrj
Statu of Our
Cnrlyle turned his back upon
Huxley on the streets of London he-
it 11116 L3rfl NO. 1Z4 f"si Huxloy had taught (hat nun bor, telling tHamorits of ft remedy.
Kiiui nan nn apc-iiKa ancestor, wmy B; 1(, . 0 .,a, nr j l)t, f(iv
JSffective Sunday April 30, 1M1
TRAINS GOING SOUTH
is Mich a thought uncongenial and
repelling? No doubt that it ia bo,
Wo 93 C. &N 0. Lim. ll:6G p r ! John Burroughs writes in the Atlnn
Wo, 6l--dt. L. Express 6:35 p.
Ne. 95. Dixie Flyer, 9:01 a. m
No. 5E Hopkinaville Ac. 7:05 a. m
Mo. ,B3 St. Li. Fast Man bwa a. a.
TRAINS GOINO NORTH.
No. 92 C. & St. L. Lim., 5:26V n
N. 52 St. Louib Express, 9:53 a
Ws. 94. Dixie" Flyer, 6:27 p. m
No. 66 Hopkinaville Ac. 8:55 p. a
No. 64 St. L. Fst Mail, 10:20 p. i
Nos. 95 and 91 will make Nos. 90
Rnd 01's stops except 94 will not stop
at Mannington , and No. 95 will
not stopat Mannington or Empire
S4 connect it St. Uotxit and otlir
K. SI canned at Uutarle tot Meinpbli Its
o'aU at far ewth a Brtn siad (or IjnltTi
r tu.-in. -tail Kmc.
d 'f ,nake direct can at Out
tT lit. Cincinnati and aJpMat
'--t ao.lR.ir --ncrrot No. 23 aiH 3S xtta ess
t .'or "en pi m and vav pcnMU.
u. Ilrmif tUr -.). i Cliicago afci wffi
r T "a' ' -'H- - to point Smttn Kvw'
! . 3 nroucn ateajrM til A-tlUlt,
avjctoaU'r. St Augustine an TaMpt. '
ktf- Pul'oian aipcnani to Raw Orient
rte mv t' no 'c- iwrfntn Kakt and "wr '
JJwll not tarry o jU.Van?nSrr inrr'M
Tennessee Centre ?
Jffme Table No, 4 Taking Eft -
November 15, 1912
t EAST BOUND
No.12 Iieuve Hopkinsville 6.30 e n
Arrive Nashville... 9:45
No. 14 Leave Hopkinsville 3:45
Arrive Nashville.. .7:00 i
' WEST B jUNV.
No. 11 Leave Nashville . . 7.55
Arrive Hnpkinivillp 11 :' 5
JSo. 13 .eave NfiStivili. 5:00 t
Arrive Hopkinsville 8:16 ,-.f
T MOHKnW. Ajm-
AGOOD PLACE TO (j
When you come to tow
bring the family and Jet
them see the show.
Matinee Daily 2 O'clock to 5:21
EVENING 7 TO 10:201
The new exterminator f
Bed Bugs, Roaches, Antsaru
alb other insects. Not oi.lv
kills and devours the bu
butfe'prevents the eggs fron
hatching. Is convenient t(
use. Does not run or spreat
fills the cracks. A p.si
tive exterminator and pr;
venative Made by the
Andersoxi-Fo w 1 e
DRUG CO, Incorpou,
Sold by Druggists and Gnx-
ers at 25c per bt. with Brugb
Made A Nw Man Of Him.
"I waa BiifferInK from pain in my
tomacb, bad and bck." writes H.
T. Alston, Raleigh, N.O, "and toy
llrer and kldneya did not work right,
but four bottM of letrie liitters
mnda nfel Ilk a new mas."
MlCf CTI. AT ALL MUM STMIS.
By some ranner far sway
Commands no belief at'nll
Here's a Hopkinsville casf.
A Hopkiti3vi le citir.eri testifies.
ReMflaPd b convinceiK "
Mi b. I. I'Duk, 655 O'Neal St.
HOnKin8vnit', K.V., my&f 'l usid
U.inn s Kidney fills sovC'ral v-ftra
Htfo. I had pains in y bock unci
s.iIib, as well other "troubles aii.s
from ihe kldne.vs. SetiiiK Djan'
Kidney Pilfs so highly rccommmded,
1 ?ota box tind ua'ed therh'us !irect
ed. They promptly icuwi me and
since tKnrf1 1 havi !mt mi fnnhfir
-a prospect that grows more and - , f l(m By mie r can re
more cum tin it is ioac m uie ouyeB comm.,R(l .DoanV 'Kufh-PiKs as
oi geologic lime. i they du jlJ3t rt advurrtjen;!'
Carlyle would have - hone of it! ; v . . . . jv p.
The Garden of TiTdeh story Juid more P o Z
I.i, ,i . cue. cwa. F. . , -Milbcifti fi Buff
tic. Tlrerd is no nootrv or romanco
in it as there is in the Garden of
Edon myth. If wo' could look up to
our remote progenitors instead of
down, if we could .see them clothed
in light and wisdom instead of
clothed in hair and bestiality, how
much more enticing and comforting
I ho prospect would bo ! But we sim
ply cannot, wo must sco them down
a long, darkening and forbidding
prospect, clothed in low, animal.
forms' and loading low, animal lives
"backward irlance o'er traveled
roads" repels uc i6 no concern of
science. It repels us because we re
gard it from a highor and fairer es
tate. Go back there and 'look up, lot
the monkey see himself as man (if
hr were capable of il), and what
would his emotions bo? The prehis
toric man living in caves and
clothed in skins, if 'we go no further
bnck, is not a cheering person to
contemplate. And his hairy, low'
browed forbears in Tertiary times
it n Tl
can we see ourselves, in tnemr it
makes a vast difference whether we
see the past as poetry or see it as
science. In the Bible and in "Whit
man we see it as poetry, in Darwin
we see it as science.
Niw Y.u.xCf utftf.,.-)r t:i
Qi States. ' ';'
ti nn-itjfu'r iIjh imtn- D.ju
and take t -i-hr r.
REFUTED THtt CHARGE
N Old French Furniture.
The old Freach cabinet makers,
Hko the old masters In violin making,
had tho fashion of' stamping their
names on their manufactures. Today
a cabinet or secretaire with tho name
of an old French master cabinet mak
er, maltre obenlste, may bring a-great
price. Such waa the case a ohort time
ago 'when a commode signed C. C.
Saunlor, M. E.', brought In Paris $25,-200.
"I haye been somewhar enstivo,
buf Donn's fWulets give just: the
rp-uita T desire. Thv act mildly
tiicl reii!ate thw bowel$,perfeciu"
Cto'D. KrnUteAttoona. Pa.
She; You don't appreciate a good
nc The idea! I've appreciated
every good one I've ever had.
"By Jove, I am glad to see you
looking so gay and festive !" said Mr.
Olde Friend. "You were all in
black the last time I saw you."
"Yes," demurely replied Mrs.
Brown, who had just taken a second
husband; "but it wasn't a fast
"So it seems when you started to
thrash your w,ife, she armed jierself
with the rolling pin and whipped
you nrst. now ao you explain
"I guess it was because she beat
me to it."
THE GUN MIGHT HELP.
Footpad (with- revolver) Give
me your money, quicKl .
Married Victm Ceijtainly, my
good man. Come wth me and we'll
ask my wife for it. Boston Eve
MIGHT WORK WELL. .
Pretty Girls and Plain Men.
When a pretty woman marries a
plain man it is not because she pities
him. A woman loves a man because
of his strength. His determination ap
peals to her, and wins her in the end,
though she may not have been at
tracted to him in tho beginning. Firm
ness compels a woman's admiration
and respect, and that is the first step
ping stone to love.
FOOD FAD ALWAYS WITH US
For dyspepsia na - - nil
ment, Ui-e Bur'ck Bl Bitter.
H e mfii'"t'l ' to str . Wi.jn di-r-
. fiurrf vintr theblooh, iV. .1
H, r.... . -$1.!0 a boill
Thought Hio Duty Ended. ,
The Due de Raguse once explained
to the Countess de Boigne the nature
of his connection with the emperor as
follows: "When the emperor Bald,
'AH for France, I served with enthusi
asm; when he said, 'France and I,' I
served with obedience; but when he
said, T without Franco, I felt the ne
cessity of separating from, him."
Any sk itching is a temp-r t-i-
er. in' more y ju scrutcn the wur-"
ic itc ts. . Dean's Oiiim-." w t
piles, i zema any tching.; 5Vc
at nil drug stor .
Didn't Appreciate Whitman.
Shortly after Walt Whitman's
"Leaves of Grass" made Its appear
ance, J. T. Trowbridge was walking
with Lowell In Cambridge, when tho
latter pointed out a door-way sign,
"Groceries," with the letters set zlz
zag, to prqduco a bizarre effect
"That," said he, "la Walt Whitman
with very common goods Inside."
A-hoiis-'eho'd remedy in America
for 25 yearn Dr. Tnuinas' Eieccic
Oil. For cuts, sprains, bums',
Ckjs, bruises. 25c and 50c At hi
cl ua htoies.
"Thoro is some talk of abolishing
Uhnt would lake its nlace?"
"They might lot tjatih tfopartment ?no acro ot fairly, good land will pro-
Yield of a Grain of Wheat.
Very few people have an idea of
tho bounty ofnaturo. A scientist of
Cambridge, Eng., recently mado an In
structive experiment which showed
that a single grain of wheat sown in
June, produced 47 pounds 7 ounces.
Clever Idea of Thieves.
One Pamnelua, boing asked his telals exposed in the Gorman papers..,,
opinion of tho Beotians, who "were Two young men of excellent appoar-
frlutfons ronliod "Their convGVSn. nice are moving about Germany, stay
gluttons, repV noir conversa- Jnat fto hotola ln the ,ead,
tion 18 just what that of pots would hoildav reBortfl. After dinner one of
bo if they had n voice, namely, how them amuses the hotel guests with
.:dx each hold3?" Athenaeus.
"In India brides of twelve are not
"1 do not expect to equal that rec
jr 1,' said tho summer belle, "but
o far I've been the fiancee of six."
Bongs, pianoforte solos and anecdotes,
thus keeping the majority of them ln
tho drawing room, while hln compan
loa ransacks the private .rooms , for
woaey and valuables.
FOR FLETCHER'S ,
mctlrMa Carried lxtrmM tMit
Morv FrwWny Wtrm f
A man who has won considerabla
publicity as a faddist In food theo
ries was taken to a Chicago hospital
tho Otlipr day in a serious condition
ne a result of his method-of living,
, The man had announced that 26
cents a week was enough for a per
son to spend (m food. He scfrqut to
prove it by subsisting on limited rri
tiona of oatmeal crackers. Tho doc
tors now declare that ho brought
himself 4o tho verge of death from
starvation by this mode of living.
Other faddists in the east recent
ly claimed fasting a cure for all
sorts of diseases. They would substi
tute fasting for tho surgeon's kriifo
ana tho - operating table. Usually
the faddist proved to he a man with
a "jemperament." jtie also knew the
arof tho press agent. At the close
of a lengthy interview to the news
papers on how capcer or.Bomo equal
ly malignant diseascvcould bo cured
by .fasting the man advertised a'new
novel or play whicli he was jusfcJin-f
"Once these faddists" got into-the
newspapers and: adyertiised them
selves thoroughly they suddenly
drbpned out of the public eve,
mohgtfhe nearest friends it jvas
known tJiat they had returned, to tho
oldfasludned idea of three' square
meals a. day.
v' VERY SHY
Children Pry for Fletcher's
Th Khid Ton Have Always Bouglit and wliich has been
in vm tor over 80 years, has borne tho signature oC
nnd has heen inndo under his per
sonal supervision since Its Infancy.
Allow so one to dccclvo yon in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations nnd Just-as -good" are hut
Experiments that trifle -with and endanger tho health of
Infants and Children Exierieiice against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Castorla, is a. harmless stthstltuto for Castor Oil, Pare
gorlc, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contnin3 neither Oirium, Blorphino not pthcr Nnrcotlo
substance. Tls ago is Its guarantee It destroys Wornis
r. and allaj's Fovcrishncss. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
' Colic. It rcliovcs Teething" Troubles, ciircs Constipation
hiul Flattilency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho
Stomach and Bowels, giving- healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend.
he Cashier of a' bank in Cheyenne
Eaked off a' small sum now and
When Jiis graft they got onto
He fled to Toronto,
But later he went to the penne.
TALK AND TALKERS.
To talk entertainingly' dpes not
necessarily mean to talk a great deal
or to monoplize the conversation.
Some women talk nearly all the
time and bore every one who listens
to them with their inane chatter.
No; the art of conversation is a
sort of game of gpe and take. You
make a remark about something
which amuses or interests you, and
this immediately suggests something
else to those gathered rounVl. But if
one person insists in selfishly monop
olizing the talk all spontaneoity goes
at once, and the listeners are fatigued
and bored instead of being amused
and interested. :
INDIANS NOT "FADING OUT."
The notion that the Indian race
is "fading out" is not supported by
the facts. There are now, according
to the last reportsGGjOOO Indians
in the country with 30,000 in special
and reservation schools supported hy
tho government at an annual cost of
$4,000,000. Curiously enough, the
Indians of the United States have
shared disproportionately with the
whites in the "unearned increment,"
being richer upon an average or per
capita basis than the white race. ThiB
is duo to the growth in value of res
A parachute for aviators that has
been patented inEngland is compact
enough to bo worn in a cap, being
ready for instant use.
POGS BELGIAN ARMY.
,Two Belgjan army officers haye in
hted a carriage' for machine guns
which canb0 drawn by dogs, the
wheels having pneumatic tires.'
GREEN BUYER. ,
Bears the Signature of
He Kind Yon lave Aiwa?
5n Use For Over 30 Years
THE CENTAUR COMPANY TT MURRAY STREET, NEW VOHK C!T.
One of the Number'of Metcalfe's
' d 'em-
Ths if a i ut nf Micalfe's new Prosp ri y Sha-'er. which
uch a loru' whj in decreasing the irritation fn en folks' pI
oers. 'i rtuiK all tolrt collars be so ironed 'h t tie slides w U
end c l.birs are vive nice, smooth, bvnl edge. It is utterly impossib'r4 vo'
h collur '" crack or break in our laundering process. Our -hirt depart rrent
s one x.hich we eel proud of: not only is work done rieht. hut the hirts
are puFin Sonit, r. Cov- ra, Our Dry Cleaning department is in the hands
if HKllU'il Wrlm I'
,Wh have fl i-rp "or a 1 occasions Remember that if you buy or con
tracf for $10 r'l- f c unon Looks, and cake one durintr Aucusc ai-i an
other a h the Ava-i n is finished, the orofits from the husiress. md
ru.re, : to th"Vv-n . a -place c.f pleasure for Hopkinsville ac sur-
rourdinir rountry purtple.
FRED A PARKER, D O.
Res. Phono '494.
Offlco Phone 703
MARTHA D. BEARD. D O
Res. Phone 611.
Give Stout Figures
Slender Lines Without
reduce hips and
abdomen one to
five inches, firmly
support the bust
and abdomen, coax
the flesh into long,
slender lines, and
hold the figure
erect and graceful. ,
$3.00 to $5.00
Invaluable fo vvomen afflicted with weak backs, as this corset
replaces cumbersome abdominal appliances, with comforting
support, and possesses all the virtues of ail abdominal belt, with
none of its inconveniences.
34th St. and Broadway, Now Yotlc
"Have you any lobsters?" ' nR R I' RRAMFY
Tea. ma'am: here'a a fresh lot." UI?''' "" , W ulnul-l-, ,
'Olaven't you any that are riper? ttnrinaru Sn.'nnnn and nantitt
Thoan look so pwgti .
WAY HE HAD BEEN DONE.
Hewitt Whatever is worth doing
U worth doing well. i
Jewett I mutt b worth doing. I
Oflic. Infi mury and Shoeing Forge
8th. tier. Main bnd Water Sta.
Night Pbqn, 127,
Night Ph me Hume, 1479.
Treats all diseases of domesticated
animals scientifically and performs sill
operations known to the Veterinary
profession. Special stteatioa ffoM
te the shoeiatT hwses wMi cU