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XI&YILlKNUCKlkH, NOVEMBER 21
We art prepared, M 4 all kinds of
high-grade jofe priwtwK, Try i8..
'.jieeJ. HVDa&'for contracting
oliiidlnn 'id general repair work ui
all kinds. Fh0nl7G. ' .
' t I.-'i. i L..siJii e
ii you nave a nouse or uuiiuiuk "l
any kind that you want moved 1 see
R. C. Lawaon or call , Cumberland
phone 635. ?' '
WANTED Young. "man straight
matter compositor who can also feed
( cylinder and platen presses. Some
-knowledge1 of binding books prefer
,4W.d. Write what you will work for
n firBt letter. Address, Kentuck
ian, Hopkinsville, Ky. ' .
5 Per Cent Money To Loan.
On GoodSouth Christian Land 5
J. B. Allensworth, Atty,
Office Phone 267-2 . Res. .742.
For Sale.-1 r .
Dwelling and alure n om attached,
on Durretts avenue, ipr adfo ur
trade on terms to suit the purchaser.
' B. D MOORE. .
R. 3, Hopkinsville, Ky.
Both state and county are due.
Pay now and avoid the heavy penal
ties which will be added after Nov
LOW JOHNSON. Sheriff.
T. S. Knight & Co
Reai Kst:tt Ljoans
and Insnrapce. Jftce
south . side1 -Oourc
Use a Brush.
A paint brush is an excellent thing
to remove dust from cracks and
carved furniture. It reaches crevices
where a dust rag never could And the
dust. Try this -when next you clean
the baseboards, window sashes, etc.
You will never be without a brush.
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TttE OLD SPORT S KICK
Jhe rlng -fctrvt wh if used 4 be;
The tfr-xna old Fjsflc d"amc
Was had If a doy fcnd ora ls toy,
Twtli never be -the same,'
No moreh H&rlem Sptdcr sbico
His ci6.s-for in fhc rind,
Ko more the. Jersey ChJcken lands
His yiclous j&b and swing;
L-4 I ( I .
ic v-ycione ixna rnc inundcrDorr
Hwe phe Ihelr V&Hous w&ys
The Slasher &nd hr L&nky Shad
Are hlnd"s oher d&ys.
No more bey damely oe -the. acraeb
And put thdr dukes up raw,
No more with lusty lead &nd cross
The goodly clarcr draw.
But armed wlh 5-ounce pillows now.
' They pirouette and pose.
And pu on pretty posures for
- w.The moving plcure shows
They pull down pursesthKf would' pay
The ransom of a klnt
And pull off p&rlor machs in
A pr.etty padded rIn3
They fiddle, sidestep, duck nd sprint;
They 5par and bfoek and hu,
Where blowsy boys of oher d&ys
Would stand their dround and slutfJ
But-woryf oPall the ills ha bllgrrf
The King1 or manly games,
They eveno and rob 1 of
The old lmc honored narne.
No more we hear of Jem or Jock,
Of Paddy, Ted or Spike,
Yc gods J we read oP Willie now,
And Freddie and he like!
I look for CHampecn Reginald
Afore the winter's throuh
Greai ghos-f of of' Bill 5prtacus.
What are we coroln'TO?
SIZE OF PATTERNS INCREASE.
A Washington dopartmont store
Binnnger has estimated that tho in
crcaso in tho size of patterns for
stockings for American girls this sea
son will add $300,000 to tho hostory
manufacturers' coffers. Mrs. A. A.
Biernoy, president of tho local organ
ization of tho Mothers' congress, says
that the additional oxpenso is for tho
good of the race.
Mrs. Dirnoy agrees with tho Russian
Countess Cazarino to tho effect that
"Washington girls are too Blonder, but
adds that they aro improving. Tho
feet of tho Washington girl aro get
ting bigger, Bho said today.
"BIggor foot and stronger, hardier
muscles are at last coming tq our
girls," sho declared. "Such atrong,
athletic girls speak well for the fu
ture of tho race. Now York Is mak
ing the same sort of progress. I
wish other parts of tho country wore
blessed with such girls as Washington
and New York has."
Chandler, N, C.Mra. August
Lomax, of this place, writes: "I
had Rmotherinfr spells every day, so
bad I expected death at any time.
1 could not sit up in bed. I suffered
from womanly troubles. My nerves
were unstrung. I had almost given
up sll hop of ever being better. I
tried C'urdui. and it did me more
ood than anything I had over taken.
I am better now than I ever expect
ed to be." Thousands of ladies
have written similar letters, telling;
of the merits of Cardui. It relieved
their headache, backache and misery,,
just us it will relieve yours, if you
will let it. Try Uardui.
I will offer for safe at Public' Auc
tion on Monday November 25th, 1912,
at the late residence of J. A. Nuck
ols. dee'd, twojnilea South of Bells
Station, in Christian county, Ky.
All the farming implements, tools
machinery, supplies, live stock, corn
and hay, etc. contained on said farm.
Among the articles to be offered
for .sale are the folio wing:
3 mules, 1 horse, 1 cow and calf, 3
brood sows and pigs, 10 shoats. some
fat hogs, 1 wagon, 2 Buggies and
harness, 1 wheat binder. 1 mowing
mnchin. 1 Hav Rik 3 doub't-
shnvels, 2 cultivators, 3 single pi ws, i
2 double plows, Harrows, plow gear t
etc., 1 four-horse set of wagon har
ness, about 50 bbls, 'of corn, some,
clover hay. " .1
Other articles of machinery, tools,
and fBrn er'j,suppliea'tcOsnumerous'
to menti s . I
Terms of sale: Nntd with approved
securit. du l-h.e months after dute
without interest, if'paid at maturity
AH purchases under "ten dollars will
be cash, and the fat hogs will b
a la for c-ii-h
Sale -begina promptly at 9:30
o'clock a. m. Everybody invited.
T. J. NUCKOLS,
Admr. of Mrs. Nant.ie R. Nuckols,
Courage Makes Success.
Many a man has dried up in a little
wayside opportunity, merely because
ho lacked the courage to acknowledge
to himself that his judgment had land
ed him in tho wrong spot. Fortune
disdains mere ability brain is noth
ing without bravery. The man who
can be thrashed by a sneer has re
treated before he is defeated. Her
A Cash Offer.
The Kentucl- ian has made u specia
clubbing rate with The Memphis
Weekly Commercial Appeal by
which we will furnish both paper?
for one year for the very low sub
cription price of $2.25. The Com
mercial Appeal is one of the largest
and best papers in the South, and
we hooe to receive many new sub
scriptions on this offer: $2.25 cash
fir both papers.
A d vertlscment.
I Keep It to Yourself.
Worry yourself, if you cannot bo
happy otherwlpc, but why endeavor to
cause- other people to worry when
there Is nothing to be worried about?
CASTOR I A
One man likes to be made a fuss
over, another likes to' bo let alone,
and a third likes his mind diverted.
But In all cases havo something good
for him to eat, whatever kind he is.
PROVED TO BE TRUE?
The story that cornea from th
south that there are people there
that do not know tho war is over has
been proved to be true proved by
tho treasury department A Louisville,
Ky., woman sent in a dollar bill the
other day with the following letter:
"I havo had this bill for some time,
but I have ivaglocted to have it re.
deemed. In the meantime, however,
I havo acquired two little girls, and
a dollar looks much bigger than it
used to look. As its buying power
seems to be steadily decreasing, I
send it in while it is still worth 30
Tho treasury department Immedi
ately forwarded to hor a perfectly
good brand-new dollar bill, and in
formed her that it would get her ox
notly 100 centB worth of goodB any
where sho wanted to present it Thatj
sounds flshy, but It is the honest
The Greatest Woman.
Who was or is the greatest woman,
(in all history? Two hundred Kansas'
teachers answered tho question and;
.with enthusiasm and unanimity thI
judges awardod tho prizo to tho onl
who mado this reply: "Tho wlfo of'
the farmer of moderate means who
does her own cooking, washing, Iron
ing, sowing, brings up a family of
boys and girls to bo useful memboro
of socloty, and finds timo for intellect
tool Improvement." I
' One Thing Certain.
An amuBlng story is related of Lady
Roberta, who was once visiting tho,
hospitals at the base of military op
erations in India. So pleased was she
with the untiring labor of the nurses
and their devotion to the slok that!
she said to the officer in attendance
1 really think that the siaters deeervo,
a medal for this oaxnpalgn as muoh as
anyone, and I hope they will got one."
"Well, I don't know about a medal,"
aid a gallant colonel standing by, "but
they aro sure at all events to got
plenty of clasps."
To Remove Varnish.
Threo tableBpoonfuls of baking soda
in a quart of water, applied with a
rough cloth, will remove the old var
, nlsh very easily when you wish to
revarnlsh furniture. Woman's Home
The Rev. M R. Hicks 1913
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Bee Sting Cause of Death.
While the Abbe Genoux, priest of
the parish pf Plagnes, France, was ont
walking at Annecy, a bee flew into hla
mouth and stung him in the back ofj
the throat. The sting brought about
acute inflammation and such a swell
lng of the throat that the priest died
( of suffocation within 20 minutes, after,
The Hopkinsville Kentuckian
THE HOPKINSVILLE KFNTUCKIAN VACUUM CLEANER HoRJiS-crAgemohS. Labor'sauing
You cannot get the dust and dirt out of your carpets and your home without the aid of a Vacuum Cleaner. It takes as long to dust as it does to sweep. Do no
sweep the dust in the air and all over every ching in the room. Use the Hopkinsville Kentuckian Vacuum Cleaner and get all the dust in the can.
Absolutely indispensable' in the home. .
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Absolute cleanliness if you use this Vac
Removes all disease germs from th car ."
pets that are- brought into the ho.use on
Think how the wear and tear - of -your
furniture and curtains will be saved fbv,-
not having dust in your carpets
A child can operate it-
You want a cleaner that is always ready, that you caii handle
Use this Cleaner and have a sanitary home.
It takes only ONE person to handle this
A perfect Vacuum Cleaner. Weight
only 4 3-4 lbs,
Can be operate'd with either right or
Has patented flexible nozzle. Held at any height it works
Easier to operate than any other Cleaner
Has large 8-inch nozzle and draws the entire 8 inches
Has a stronger suction than other cleaners and gets not
only the surface dire but also the dirt that is in and be
neath the floor covering
This Vacuum Cleaner is guaranteed to be free from
mechanical defects and the maker will replace, without
charge, any part proving defective in material or workman
ship for & period of one year from date of purchase.
" THE HOPKINSVILLE KENTUCKIAN VACUUM CLEANER CAN BE OBTAINED ONLY BY
READERS OF THE KENTUCKIAN WRP E OR TELEPHONE THF KENTUCKIAN.
Price of Machine $7.50 Our Price to Subscribers $7.35 and Paper for One Year
Cull at This Office or PtmiH U r. Semi n Machine and a Man to Demonstrate Don't Delay. " WellcontractedKfor 1260 Ma
chinep in orderl'o iriakeyoy thlapcice.
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