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Tke Card No. 124
Effective Sunday April 30, 1911.
TRAINS GOING SOUTH.
Ma. MC. AN 0. Lira. 11:56 p. m
Nt, 51 St. L. Express 6:35 p. no
Ma. 96. Dixlo Flyer, 9:01 a. m
M. 86 Hopkinsville Ac. 7:05 o. in
Mt. J53 St. L. Fast Mail 5:33 a. m
TRAINS GOING NORTH.
Ma. 92 C. & St. L. Lira., 5:25 a. rt
Mt. 82 St. Louis Express, 9:53 a
Mt. 94. Dixie Flyer, 6:52 p. m'
Mt. 56 Hopkinsville Ac. 8:55 p, m
Mt. 54 St.L. Ft Mail, 10:10 p. in
Nob. 95 and 94 will make Nos. 90
and.Ql'B stops except 94 will not stop
at Mannington and No. 95 will
net stop at Mannington or Empire
Ms, 53 and 54 connect at St. Lonli and otlu
Me. 51 connect at Gutnne for Menphla Un
i etata ai far south aa Erin and (or LoaUvi
Ckadasatl and e East.
Ma. S3 and 55 make direct conn' at Ont
rla ler LoulsTllle, Cincinnati and all point
fieri ud east thereof. Ho. 53 and 55 also con
Met (or MempM and way polnu. ; ;
1.0. 9 rani thro'ih to Chicago and will dot
ny oaaaenjrera to point 8outH 0 EyantTllif
Ho. 93 through sleepers fo" Atlanta, Macin
JafeksenYUlr, St.Aueusttne an Tampa, FU.
Alro Pullman sleepers to Mew Orleans. Con
tcia'at Guthrie (or points fiatt and Wcti. r
93 wll not carry local passeafsrs (orpolu Hortl
J C. HOOE. Ajrt.
Time Table No. 4 Taking Effect
November 17, 1912.
No. 12 Leave Hopkinsville 6:30 a m
Arrive Nashville... 9:45 a m
No. 14 Leave Hopkinsville 3:45 p.m,
Arrive Nashville.. .7:00 p. rn
WEST B jUND.
No. 11 Leave Nashville 7:55 a.n
ArrivpHopkinaville 11:10 fl.n
No. 13 Leave Nashville 5:00 p.n
Arrive UopKinsville 8:15 p.rx
T L. MORROW. Aeent
A GOOD PLACE TO GO.
When you come to town bring
the family and let them see
Matinee Daily 2 O'clock
Evening 7 to 10:20
Children 5 c
Averitf s Bed
The new exterminator for
Bed Bugs, Roaches, Ants and
all other insects. Not only
kills and devours the bugs
but prevents the eggs from
hatching. Is convenient to
use. Does not run or spread
fills the cracks. A posi
tive exterminator and pre
ventive. Made by the
Anderson-Fo w I e r
DRUG CO. xncojpomua.
Sold by Druggists and Groc
ers at 25c per bt. with Brush
Made A New Man Of Him.
"I waa suffering from pain la my
stamacB, head and back," writes II.
T. Atsioa, Raleigh, N. O., "and jay
lira an kidneys did not work right,
bat feur bottles of letrle Bitters
ada mm ml Ilka a new man."
MU.E M CTI. AT ALL DRUQ JTOM
STATWENT 0 COHDniOIf
At t)i Close of Buaines?
Dec. 31, 1912.
.Loans and Dis
counts -.$318 348 97
Banking House, 23 000 00!
r i oo nAn on
! Overdrafts, 2 523 03
Cash, Cash AtemS Lfeharml?. vegetable remedy, of
and Exchange 125 69o 07loaitivo eurMlivemtifft for women'
$558 516 34.A'dr"K8tre(9" Try$ botl,u u
i will surely help you.
JjlAJDlLlI TlJliO :
Capital Stock .- ...$100 000 00
I Surplus Fund 25 000 00
Due Depositors.-. 424 173 37
I Due Other Banks 6 02197
Dividend No 95
.3 000 00
$558 516 34
j. e. Mcpherson,
Condensed Financial Statement
& Trust Company
At the close of business
Dec. 31, 1912.
Loans and Discounts ,
. 1,788 39
Stocks and Bonds
Furniture and Fixtures...
Banking House and Lot...
Cash and Sight Exchange
Real Estate for Debt
Capital Stock $100,000 00
Surplus and Undivided
Profits ;..18,522 42
Dividend this day No". 68, 3,000 00
Unpaid Dividends i: 24 90
Deposits i 366.615 43
$896 615 43
A. H. ECKLES, Cash.
First National Bank
At the Close of Business
Dec. 31, 1912.
Loans and Discounts $349,559.61
U.S. Bonds 76,000.00
Other Bonds 25,800 00
Banking House, Furni
ture and Fixtures 29,500.00
Cash and Sight Exchange 116,200.17
Capital Stock....T. $ 75,000.00
Surplus and Undivided
Profits 31,727 62
National Bank Notes 74,500 00
Individual Deposits 372,777.36
U. S. Deposits .s 1,000.00
Re D .unts 39,900.00
D. nd this day No. 45.. 3,000 00
THOS. W. LONG, Cashier.
Monday Night, Jan. 6.
In the New
Ladies' Reserved Seat
F R E E
With first two hundred reserv
ed seats sold before the
Prices-Lower Floor 5Cc,
Gallery 25c anal 36c.
9 Brofc Dt fofrtiy.
Lanta, W. Va Mrs. Toba iWbott,
of this plat says: "I bad been
troubled with womanly allmiiaia for
LMetiM. aftd at last I broka town
entirely. I got so" weak I coaid
'uarnolv walit HTOM th room.
Thsnks to Cardui, I .kaproved riffet
off. Now I do my Jiaawwor k, and
am feeling well." Daring the paat
50 years, more than a million women
been benefited by takir.tr
Pnrriiif. Yon must, believe that
CanM Ji I help you. too, since it
I AT THE CHURCHES. 1
First Baptist Church Rev. C. M
Sunday School 9:308. m.
Morning Service -iltoo a. M
B. Y. P. U.-6:00 pjm.
Evening Service 7j00'''p. m, ,
Second Baptist ChurchrrRev.B. J,
Sunday School 9.45'a m. ;
Preaching Jl a. nfih
B. Y. P. U. 6:00 p. m.
Preaching 7:00 p. m.
Prayer meeting every Wednesday
night 7:00 p. m.
Westminster Presbyterian Church
Rev. C. H. H. Branch, Pastor.
Sunday School 9:30. a.m.
Men's Bible Class ,10:00 a. fn.
Morning Service 10:45 a. m.
First Presbyterian Church
Sunday School 9:30 a, m.
Morning Service 10:45 a. m.
Chtistian Endeavor 6:15 d. m.
Evening Service 7:00 p. m.
Weekfy Prayer Meeting- -Wednes
day 7:00 p. m.
Rev. Charles Nourse will preach
Sunday morning and evening and
conduct the mid-week prayer service
Methodist Episcopal ChurchRev.
A. R. Kasey, Pastor.
Sunday School 9:30 a. m.
Morning Service 10:45 a.
Epwrorth League 6:15 p. m.
Evening Service 7:00 p.
When a man agrees with you at
all times looK for tne ax he lias to
THE THRICE-A-WEEK EDITION
NEW YORK WORLD
Practically a Daily at the Price
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No Other Newspaper in the
World Gives So Much at So
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This is a time of great events and
you will want the news accurately
and promptly. The Democrats, for
the first time in sixteen years, will
have the Presidency and they will
nave the Presidency andj they will
also control both branches of Con
gress. The political news is sure to
be of the most absorbing interest.
There is a great war in the Old
World, and you may read of the ex
tinction of the vast Turkish Empire
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you read how Spain lost her last foot
of soil in America, after having
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The World long since established
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body can affords its Thrice-a-Wcek
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so abounds in other strong features,
serial stories, humor, markets, car
toons; in fact, everything that is to
be found in a first class daily.
THIS THRICE A-WEEK. WORLD'S
regular subscription price Is only
$1,00 per year, and this pays for 156
papers. We offer this unequaled
newspaper and the Hopkinsville
Kentucklan together for one year
The regular subscription price of
th two papers is $3.00.
j when the room is wiflT
Wy mm Mt PUN
Theft' is sx gvaalst pafttst of sfe
ttian octa wioaVrva, bat . ansaatiflSM
in sick rooms this method of oaaag
ing the air Impossible.
Kate yon erer tried oTercflroia;
closeness by carrying a wiled bara
ing newspaper through a sick room?
Equally good is a tablespoon of vin
egar ignited over an alcofcol lampf
An atomizer for aprayteg cologne
can bo used with toilet- water or
witch hazel, with refreshing- effect.
There are special spirit lamps that
have a connection with a .platinum
ball attachment that aro excellent to
permeate a room with purifying
Odors, Thro aro special mixtures
for burning in these lamps, but a
good cologno or toalet water an
swers. The lamp burns until the plati
num ball grows red hot, thea the
flamo is extinguished. Tb vapori
zation of the cologna is iamaaed by
coming in contact wltk heated'
metal and the room is sooa. fragTant.
A quick way to cool a room is to
wet a small crib sheet with cologne,
or water highly scented witk per
fumed bath tablets. Hang in 'a, draft
of air, or shake the sheet Lightly
while still wet
Burning lump camphor i&iavored
by somo nurses, especially in sultry
weather, as mosquitoes avoid the
HOME OF BREAKFAST FOOD
Scotch Boy Could Not Conceive of
Anything Except Porridge for
Prof. Zephaniah Hopper, hale and
(rigorous at eighty-eight, said at the
Philadelphia high school, where he
has taught so many years :
"My advice to the young is that
they sow no wild oats. Wild oats in
youth mean an old age sad and de
crepit And yet, the way some
people talk you'd think that wild
oats were as essential a part of youth
as domesticated oats are an essen
tial part of Scotland."
Professor Hopper smiled and add
ed: "A friend of mine in Scotland
said to a boy :
'"What do you have for break
" Torridge was the answer.
" 'And for dinner?'
'"And for 6upper?'
" 'Goodness !' said' my friend.
'Porridge every day for every medil
Do you never have anything elBe?'
'"What 'else would you have?'
said the boy."
Where one has to have a heavy
trunk in one's roem take two long
bed slats and get a large wooden box,
remove the boards and nail them
across tho top of the slatB, then bny
four ball-bearing rollers and screw
into the slats and it Is ready to put.
the trunk on, and you can 'roll the
trunk out of tho corner and clean
under or pull it into tho middle of
tho room to" get in easily. Havo tho
slats just the length of tho trunk.
If a bedspread shows wear, at the
ends basto a piece of muslin on the
under side tho width of tho border,
and quilt it on the sewing machine.
If it is a Marseilles spread, follow
tho design of the border in the
stitching. The sewing will scarcely
show and tho spread will last much
CUSTOM OF LONQ STANDING.
"Tipping" is an exaction of no re
cent growth. Describing lifo at the
court of King Henry II. of England,
Peter of Blois complains of the im
portunity of tho medieval marshals,
whoso annoyances continuo "until
they get something from you and
aro most ungrateful when thoy have;
nay, open enemies, unless your hand
is continuously in your pocket,"
whilo thoifoulpr porters will tall tho
1 most unbmmjfig falsehoods, and if
w ro aixyst and religious man,
baWmyo givja'-tiiehi nothing the day
befoj they will Iceep you an unrea
sonable timo standing in the"' rain
FORSOOK COMIC PAPERS.
"But," cxclaimetMho traveler, "do
you ncvor read the newspapers?"
"I usetor," replied tho farmer. I
did onct for quito a spell; but they
got too funny. 'Bout ten or 'lews
years ago I quit readln' 'em. Since
then I'ye been readin' a book." Sat
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