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TG SAVE MONEY ON
Ladies' Suits and Skirts,
Ladies' and Misses' Cloaks,
Ladies', Misses' and Children's
Sweaters as long as they last at first
wholesale cost. You are always
welcome at my store.
HOfWL HOT HARD TO FIND
to WhMN TM OtWlliafcl Will
T. M. JONES,
The combination that the epi
cure goes wild about.
As an addition to a little lunch"
on it hasno equal.
. LET US SHOW YOU. ;
W. T. COOPER & CO
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS.
With ample working capital, exceptional collection arrange
ments, and a thoroughly organized office system this banlt
has the ability and disposition to extend to its customers
rrj facility warranted by safe, conservation banking.
Three per cent interest on Time Certificates of
BANK OF HOPKINSVILLE
Nat Gaither, President; J. E. McPherson, Cashiex;
H. L. McPherson, Asst. Cashier.
BANK & TRUST
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
HOPKINSVILLE - - - KENTUCKY.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY,
Only National Bank In This Comrnuhltvi
Stockholders' liability 75,000.00
, ISSUES TRAVELER'S CHECKS GOOD IN ALL PARTS
OF THE WORLD.
HAS A REGULAR SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
TKr Pr Cnt Interest Paid on Savings and Time Del s
JIW rlMJUUg dt I Ilia UI11LC.
TWe wm Imtf Tboomm at thmt
mm m feaMtatM Ut a tr ft
reported to fc a aire Meol4 mtiiftal
from a family of 4NsttalsRe! rat de
stroyers. The. cat wm a freatttr an4
everybody round tfce re took a turn
'at furnishing grub fruited to tho tete
of a blooded cat
It was observed, howo'Vor, that thero
was no reduction of tho rat or mlco
population, and thaproprlctor of-tho
otoro commenced to, inquire Into tho
reason why. Ho first tried tho cat on
n rat that had been. caught In a trap,
but tho fcllno expressed do interest or
animation. Ho looked at .tbs rat and
thea walked away. ,,Ta storekeeper
was disappointed, but, not. entirely dis
couraged. Ho thought perhaps that
cat's specialty was nice, and as he
bad a mouse or tws that had beea
caught alive in a trap, ke turned them
loose In front of the eat, but it paid
&6 Hioro attention te tiera tkaa a
sheep would to a rare; feaa beefsteak.
"I think," said tin storekeeper,
'that I am onto this, RtIon. I will
fire the next employe -who give that
cat anything to eat." Par two days the
Thomas cat did a good deI of howling
and woro a look of lajwed. Innocence.
He felt that he had bee wronged and
was ready to start an Insurrection, but
as that didn't seem to get him any
where, he turned loose e the rats and
mice in a way that was surprising.
The second day after this change of ;
program the rats, held a convention to
consider what odght to" be done.
When the loading orator among the
rats arose, he said: "Fellow rats, this
is no time for talk. What we waat te
do is to move. That oat hasn't any
more natural ability than he had be
fore, but he has concluded that he
either has to hustle or starve, and I
have discovered that whenC a cat gets
in that frame of mind his neighbor
hood is no place for rats."
Many men and women, as well as
cats, have never amounted to a whoop
just because they never had to hustle.
Mr. and Mm. Qo, N. Duffer and
littk daughter hav retarhed from
a wboct vtoit to Warre county. The
Ftre accompanied bom by Miss
J ceil Differ, who w!t( rywftd a wtek
. Mr.. T, M. Bu)lr4"vMted to
mother; Mrs. Jowi Ntttlf in Ruwell-
villa Inst week.
George Bible visited his old home
in Tennessee this week.
Lucian baviF, Commissioner of the
Curcuit Court, arid W. J. Chiles.
Stotfard of the Western HoDltal.
were in Fnmkfortf'Monday on busi
ness. ' '
Mrsriierndon Greer o'f Hopkine-
ville, has been the guest during the
holidays of her mother, Mrs. Clem
Pasteur. E'rlncitoh Leader.
Mrs D. W. Kitchen and Mhs
Be'.py Ware left for Houston, Texa.
Referring to Mr. P. A Steele, the
new manager of the Model Laundry,
the Prjnceton Leader sajs. 4f r.
S'eele had been for several years the
proprietor and manager of the
rinceton Steam Laundry, but I9t
fall sold his business to Putnam
Bro3. With his experience and
ability he will make an efficient
manager of the Hopkinsville con
UNFITTED FOR HUMAN FOOD
Cold Wave, from-North Dakota; is
visiting in the city.
Judge and Mrs.. John D. Shaw, of
Caciz were here yesterday to see
Air." and Mis. Rob Shaw. off ts Flori
Mr. John B. Trice and Miss Annie
Trice left last for Tampa, Fla., to fce
absent until spring.
TV'a offer Ceo Hundred Dollars He-
n.:J i'rr any caco of Catarrh that
ct bo cured by Hall's Catarrh
F. J. GHEXET & CO., Toledo, JO.
V7e. t:.e unCirsIsned, havo l:nown P. J.
Cheney fcr lie last 15 years, and bcllevo
lilr.1 perfectly honorable in all Tiuslness
transactions ami financially nblcS to carry
out arty obligations made by his firm.
i;axio:cai. bank op commerce,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally,
"vdlnff directly upon, tho blood and mu-
nus surfaces ot tue system,. Testimonials
nviree. i'rico 7j cents per bottle.
ialio Hall's Family Pills lor constipation.
Especial Care Should Be Exercised In
the Use of Either Frozen or
Frozen and dried eggs intended for
human consumption are largely used
for cooking purposes where Inferior
ity may be concealed, as in baking
cakes or making custards, omelets,
pies, etc Tho traffic in eggs rold for
drying and freezing has greatly in
creased in the past few years. Strict
ly fresh marketable eggs in the shell
command a high price and thero is
difficulty In meeting the demand for
them; but large quantities of question
able eggs, often bought at very low
prices, havo been brought out for
cooking purposes by disreputable
firms, beln preserved by freezing or
drying until ready for "use. Soma
dealers, however, manufacture a sat-
Isfactory product by the use of good
eggs handled under proper condi- j
Thero is no objection to drying or
freezing good eggs under proper san- (
ltary conditions; in fact, there are .
some advantages to be gained by pre
serving eccs in this manner, although i
tho manufacturing processes devised bight men Monday were killed I
by man, as a rule, do not improve the when a steam pioe in the stokehold
quality of nature's work. Conditions nf thfi vr(,nt.h hartlpiii
Record prict?3 fori Burjey tobacco
were registeredat at severed Gen
(Eve, Ear. Nose and Throat)
Eight Men Killed.
of modern Hfo and commerce must.
however, be met, and dried eggs or
eggs in a frozen condlllon may be
shipped long distances, and require
less space for transportation and stor
age than do eggS in the ahelL
Smithson & Everitt,
London's Kissing Spots.
, "The period of engagement was to
sa. l a a w.
neath the moon. Humphrey grew workM in an tiTort to save the
where they could kiss in broad day- Southern California orange and lem-
light There was an Indian restao- 0n crop from freezing,
rant in the Strand (now pulled dowa i ,
for improvement), which had an up
stairs dining room where nobody but
themselves ever seemed to go, and
then there was tho National Gallery,
surprisingly empty, where the screens
holding tho etchings gave them their i
desired privacy, and on Saturday aft
ernoon thoy went in the upper circles
of theaters, sometimes on purpose not
to see tho play, but to sit in tho de
serted lounges during the acting and
enjoy each other's company."
"Mightier Than tho Sword," by Al
Up In the Air Some.
A few days ago a Columbus (Ind.)
Wan brought his threo-and-a-half-year-old
son to this city. Tho father had
been explaining to tho Bon that In
dianapolis has somo tail buildings
aiyl nothing la Columbus compared
with them. They pased the Knights,
of Pythias building on a street car.
The father polatea to the" build lag.
The boy looked, taraed to his fattnr.,
"Believe toe, Udde, that's up la Ut
air aoae." IndlaaapeMs' Mew.
Gat the Werd Wanted.
Tom Moore epod slowly, aad:
aaidered tea Maes a Ug day's work. I
SoaMtlaMS be weeld atraae tor days
or weeks totaer te a uaa juat:
rigkfc Ob dr 1m aad Waaahtgto,
rrviBg were rUUg ia a eab la Parte.
Ta vaalete j4Ud ovr a reek
aearly tarew tae lasseaaeni
Um reef. "I've awt KI" eeted Moore,
axvkaatiy. "Gt wat?M aaked Irriaa.
MA word rve bea aiWr ior a fertalckt
This eb Jolted k eat 9t
LOVEY MARIE GRKSN,
la the Wteaiaf- WMw at taa Hal
)ad's OpeVa Hotwe, Mead ay, Jaa.ji
TTHE cold weathter promis-
ed by the weather man
is here. If ever, now is the
time you need things to
make you comfortable in the
home' and elsewhere. We
make suggestions below:
IP Per Cent Discount
A good lap robe needed by thote who drive.
Just now at the time you need them we will givei
10 Per Cent Discount
on any pattern Kobe in the house.
Twenty-five percent off on Auto Shawls.
r-CLARK'S FOOT WARMERS-
It is not pleasant to have cold feet. Yet about
the only way to keep them warm js to use a
Clark's Foot '.Warmer.- We have them in sev
eral different styles.
'E ALSO SELL CLARK'S HEATER BRICK.
Protect your horses f romftthe t old. Get a warm c
blanket for the stable and a rain cover for,the ;;
snow and sleet. . ' ' :'s
Covers $1.50 Up
' '' "
Make the home com
fortable. Let us
put in oneof these
Heaters, the price
is very low. ,
No. 13 AtlasNHeater
No. 15 AtlMi Heater
No.!l7 Atlas Heater
$4.00-Perfection Oil Heaters-$4.00
F. A. Yost Co.
FRED A. PARKER, D. O.
MARTgAH), BEARD, D. O