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L. & N.
11m Card No. 124
Effective Sunday April SO. 1911.
TRAINS GOING SOUTI1.
We. 93 C. & N 0. Lim. 11:56 p. n
Nt. 61 St. L. Express 5:35 p. c
No. 99 Dixie Limited. 10:41 K m.
He. 95. Dixie Plvnr. 9:01 n. ft
M. 55 HoDkinsvillo Ac. 7:0 a. a.
m. kq .Qf t. h'oat Mui n-.4S a i.
TIIAIN3 GOINO NOUTH. j
M. 92 C. & St. L. Lim., 6:25 a. ft
W. K5 Rf T.nmn Kmrrfw. 9:B3 a ,
" " . . i
SSO. Vo LMXie bimucu, i.uo u. m.
Ma. 94. Dixie Flyer, 6:52 p. m
Ma. 66 HopkinsvilleAc. 8:55 p. u
Ma. 64 St.L. Fist Mail, 10:12 p. ui
Noa. 95 and 94 will make Nos. 90
nnd,91'8 stop3 except 94 will not stop
at Mannington and No. 95 wil
nat atop at Mannington or Empire
He. S3 and 4 connect at St. Lonlt ind otbci
Mo. 51 connect t Outniie (or MetnpMi Un
otati Ir tooth a Krin and tor Lovlnl
Clsclanatl and e Eut.
No. 53 and 55 make direct conn at Gut
rl tor tonlsTllte, Cincinnati and all point
ort and eat thereof. No. 53an-l55ftlto coo
HCtlor fJemphlt and way point.
6. M rani through to Chicago and will no
try pauenrer to point Souta 0' EraniTt t
No. 93 through ileepen to Atlanta, Maou
JadtMBTllle, St.Anrnitlne an Tampa.
AiniVullraan ilecoera tc New Orleans. Qb
acta at Gnthrie (or polnu East and Wetu
nH not carry ocal pauenrtn (orpoita Vtr
J C. HOOE. Ast.
Xlme Table No, 4 Taking Effett
November 17, 1912-
No. 12 Leave Hopkinsville 6.30 a rr
Arrive Nashville... 9:45 a r
'Me. 14 Leave Hopkinsville 3:45 p.n
Arrive Nashville...7:00 p
WEST B JUND.
Mo. 11 Leave Nashville 7:55 a r
Arrive Hopkinsville 11:10 a.ir
i-H. 18 Leave Nashville 5:00 p.
Arrive Hopkinsville 8:15 p.n
T L. MORROW. Acen-
A G06D 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
The new exterminator for
Bed Bugs, Roaches, Ants and
all other insects. Not only
kills and devours the bugs
but- prevents the eggs frorr
.hatching. Is convenient to
use. Does not run or spread
fllla the cracks. A posi
tive exterminator and pre
venative. Made by the
Ajiaerson-Fo w 1 e r
J DRUG CO. incorporate.
Sold by Druggists and Groc
ers at 25c per bt. with Brush
Wad A Nw Man Of Him.
"I wm suffering from fain in toy
stomach, bead and back," write H.
T, Alston, Katoigh, N, Oand m
livar and kidiMTS did not work riah
butzouxutuiMoi .tuacir.o iuiiers
mad xtxt ?m1 Ilka a new man."
Mitt M CTS. AT ALL MUt STORES.
im that wimwrr
PrfMc Cwr IffMt Mt Kpt In
MIMi Wfc Buying Pfeww Mo
ert for th Hum.
In buying vases, pitchers, feewte,
Anything that may bo used an (tower
noldors. romomber tho color effect.
Choose neutral Ipnes, unless you cai
afford to have n number of Jardinieres
Soft. eray. dull croon, a wood brown
or ndeep cream will nevor clash with
i For occasional us a deep orange Is
' good, with mauy color schenie. and
AvIth zlnnlaB. marigolds, Rolden jlow
and other deep-tinted yellow Holers
i a highly glazed bowl of darK rruwian ,
t blue makes a good contrast
Flowers rnroly look well In an lrl
descent vase, however handsome. The
colorjng j0trncts from tho colorings
ol tho flowers and both nro weakened.
Fo" UlIa reason the cut glaBS, rock
crystal or oven tho plain glass vase
Is preferablo to ono ot colored glass,
ovon thou'gh It be green.
The brass Jardlniero of Oriental
hammered brass, finger bowl or vase
looks well with many deep-tonod flow
ers, either In harmonizing yellow and
brown tones or In vivid blues and red.
Larkspur and Bweet Williams look
their best In a brass vaso and also Id
a bowl of orange crockery.
EXCELLENT FOR FISH COURSE
With Lobster Meat as the Foundation
Hostess May Serve Preparation
That Is Delicious.
For a dainty llttlo fish course, take
two cups of lobster meat and chop
very fine, then forco It through a
sieve. Add two tablespoons of fine
bread crumbs, four tablespoonfuls of
double cream, one-half cup of milk and
the beaten yolks of two eggs; season
with salt, a little paprika, and one
tablespoon of lemon Juice, and .blend
thoroughly, then fold In the stiffly
beaten whites of eggs. Fill small
green pepper shells, that havo first
been parboiled In salted water, with
the mixture; place In a baking pan
and partly surround tho top with but
tered paper, and bake in a moderate
oven for 20 minutes, says an ex
change. Rub the lobster coral
through a sieve and sprinkle over the
top of each tlmbale; garnish with
parsley and serve with a rich cream
Take some cold cooked fish, had
dock will do, free it from skin and
bone and flake It. Place a layer of
this In a dish and sprinkle it over
with minced gherkins and a few
bruised capers, arrange on this a layer
of sliced German sausage and arrange
on the top of the pile, sardines freed
from skin and bone and split in
halves. Cut some lettuce hearts Into
quarters, place round the dish with
hard boiled eggs, also cut into quar
ters. Then pour ove'r the following
sauce: Take the flesh of three sar
dines and rub to a smooth paste with
the yolk of two hard boiled eggs, a
pinch of cayenne, a grate of nutmeg,
and two tablespoonfuls each of olive
oil and vinegar. Beat the sauce wel'
before adding It to tho salad.
Heat one quart of milk into which
two large sliced onions have been
placed. Boil this for several minutes
in a double boiler, then take out the
onions. Cream one tablespoonful of
butter and one tablespoonful of flour
and add to the above. Cook until it
thickens. Add one pint of cold boiled
potatoes cut into slices and one table
spoonful of minced parsley. , Season
with salt and pepper, and soon aa the
mixture thickens and Is heated
through, turn Into buttered crumb
and brown In the oven.
Bean Pot Roast.
. Take one poundjpf beet, a cheap cut
Is Just as good lf It la free from
veins. Cut In pieces about an Inch
square. Put In ofll tho .fat, too. Put
In bean pots, Just cover with water
and put In 'the oven. As water bolls
away, adfl .a llttlo more. Let cook
four or five hours. When about half
done add a llttlo salt. When ready
to serve take from oven and put it in
tho spider. Thicken with a llttlo flour
mixed with water. Tho gravy Is a
One cup either lima, yellow-eyed 01
nea beans, which have been soaked
over night. Drain. Simmer all tho
morning In enough water to cover, to
which add salt, pepper and a piece of
salt pork two Inches square. Hall
an hour before serving add one can
corn and water enough to keep from
burning. Add one pint hot milk, bring
to a boll and serve at once. Serve
this some cold day with hot rolls o;
Poor Man's Stew.
Line bottom ot baking dish with
very thin slices of salt pork, then a
layer of sliced potatoes (thin layer)
a layer of onions, salt and pepper.
then a layer of split crackers. Put
In another layer of potatoes, onions
and crackers. Cover with milk and
bake like escalloped potatoes. Tou
probably will have to add more milk
as crackers take up a lot.
' Codfish Balls.
.Boll one cupful codfish with four
good-aired potatoes: when dono mash
potatoes and nan logotuer, aau gooa
sized piece of butter, a little popper
and one egg beaten; roll in a little
Hour to form balls 'and placo la fry
ing pan; fry brown on one sldo In
butter, turn and brown on tho other
Qsrdtn City, Km. In a tettar
fnm Mr. James ttammtr, of tMi
I wuld not me alive t4y, if it
merit mt for Cwdul. I had a
Fufferer from treMi nil
my life, until Ilfe)d that great
remedy. I feel that I tan'fc prale it
too highly " Ar (yotr a woman
suffering from some of tlio troubles,
t which a wOrtlat! is peculiarly
1 able? ifU so, whylhot try Cardui,
woman's tonic? You
ori Cardui. It is purely vegetable,
l-erfectly harm essJiand acts gently
bat surely, withoubatl af ter-jffects,
Twill held you Ask you druggist.
STATEMENT OF, 'CONDITION
BANK OF HOPKINSVILLE
At the Close tif 'Business
Dec. 31,' 1912.
Loans and DisV
counts :$318 348 97
Banking House,!. 123 000 00
Stocks and Bonds 88 949 27
Overdrafts,......- 2 523 03
Cash, Cash Items
and Exchange 125 695 07
."$558 516 34
Capital Stock ....-$100 Q00 00
Surplus Fund 25 00000
Due Depositors...- 4Z4 rs o f
Due Other Banks 6 021 97
Dividends Unpaid 321.00
Dividend No. 95
this day! 3 000 00
$558 516 34
Condensed Financial Statement
& Trust Company
At the close of business
Dec. 31. 1912.
Loans and Discounts 293,939 8-S
Stocks and Bonds 3.450 00
Overdrafts 1,788 39
urniture and Fixtures... 7,500.00
Banking House and Lot... 22,300.00
Cash and Sight Exchange 127,240.95
Real Estate for Debt...... 11,000 00
Capital Stock $100,000.00
Surplus and Undivided
Dividend thisfday No. 68. 1 3,000 00,
Unpaid Dividends 24 90
Deposits 366.615 43
A. H. ECKLE3. Cash.
First National Bank
At the Close of Business
Dec. 31 1912.'
Loan3 and Discounts $349,559.61
U. S. Bonds . 76,000.00
Other Bonds 25,800 00
Hanking House, Furni
ture and Fixtures k. 29.500.00
Cash and Sight 'Exchange 116,200.17
Capital Stock $ 75,000.00
Surplus and Undivided
' Profits...... .,,.'.; 31,727 .62
Natlbnal BamVNotea '74.500 00
Individual Deposits u...i..W&m.$
U. S. DepositB ...;....;V.-- ;r.000,00
Re Discounts,....,.... 39.90Q.00
Dividend this day No., 45... 3,000.00
THOS. W. LONG, Casfelw.
QTLBTrTT HAD A READY WIT
tmm Atittwr of Th MHuhM Wm
Nwcr at Lm NT
up in (itama! Httle voluto
omjaagsai h flat and th af
hum aim. Bierity was th sit-t
his wit, says !HowlanA Gray in the
Century. Tho terrible verdict as to
n certain 'Qlaintet" whow imer
sonator unwisely asked him fo ho
candid is historical.
"Funny, my dojr fellow funny
without hoing vulgar." ' ".
Ahrcmnrk about another conceited
player was rando to a very limited
"Poor- I lie has ali tho
faults of an actor without the excuse
of being orie."
A word was enough. He described
a sweet old woman, all sloping
shoulders and Honitoa lace, aa "be
longing to the early keepsake pe
riod." Another, who was being rid
iculed for tho hideous Middlesex ac
cent, which converted bid weather
into a "voil d'y," was gravely do
fended by him: ''She is of ancient
lineage; for it is evident she is de
scended from th6 Twanglo-Saxons."
Of a stout matron in society he re
marked: "I like Mrs. A , but I
prefer a woman to be as long as she
is broad' Ballied for his .admira
tion of several beauties at once, he
retorted, "But surely I am too gobd
to be true," which was uhanswerable.
HIDE THE CAMERA IN ITALY
Country Jealously Guards Its Secret
of Defense From the Prying
No country guards the secret of
its defenses with such care as Italy.
Many an innocent tourist " loses hip
camera through ignorance of tht
regulations enforced in districts
near the French frontier. If you
are traveling by train straight
through from Modena to Turin you
may safely take a camera with you.
But should yoU'get out at Bardonec
chia, the first station on the Italian
side, or at any other station between
that and Susa nineteen miles fur
ther on your camera is confiscated.
Anyone bicycling, motoring or
ramping across the frontier with a
camera is forced to hand it over, no
matter what his destination may be.
Of course the camera can be recov
ered if you return the same way, but
it is lost if you leave the country by
another route. New. York Tele
gram. ANECDOTE OF SHERIDAN.
When Sheridan was in distress in
early life one of his reco'ursea was
that of writing for the fugitive pub-
ications of the day, m which he was
materially assisted by his wife, and
many years after his entrance into
he sphere of politics he was heard
;o say that "if he had stuck to the
aw he believed he Bhould have done
as much ajs his friend Tom Erakine ;
but," continued he, "I had no time
for such studies.
"Mrs. Sheridan and myself were
often obliged to keep "writing for our
daily leg or shoulder of mutton oth
erwise we should have had no dm'
nec." One of his friends, with
whom ho conversed thus, wittily re
plied: "Then I perceive it was
"Your constituents are blaming
you for a lot of legislation you nev
er had anything to do -with ! ' '
"Let em alone," replied Senator
Sorghum. "Taking tho blamo for
things ho never .did has made a man
seem more important than ho really
"Could you spare theitimo for
hour's talk?" , ' ' '
"Certainly. My wife has just. told
me sho'd bo ready in a minute." -v
"A sneak thief grabbed our roll
of carpet in the hall'
"What happened?" ' m
"Then ho beat it."
"Did she pin hiuuddwn to facts?
"Ya." . 3j
rYhat hannciicdr?J W
"Ho was stud'kW. :
buddoso thuiCi tendeacr
wmm U I
tathefrjiJ' - All
-"I buddoso' thuVi. tendeacr' is
Nothiiit Here's Your
Ift these davs of High' Living, it behooves us all. to be
on the lookout for money-saving propositions. The Ken-
tuckian has arranged with a celebrated premium house,
for a line ot high class subscription-premiums and for 'fa
short time only-is prepared to open a BARGAIN COUNT-.-.
ER that will make every housekeeper sit up and take no
tice. Here are the articles that you can get absolutely
FREE by paying your subscription a year ahead, or by
taking thejsaper if you are not. already a subicriber.
1. Half Docn Tea Spoons.
2. Carving Knife and Fork.
3. -Midget Kitchen St, S piece?.
4. Patent Tension Spring Scissors.
5. Sanitary Paring Knife.
6 One Hand Egg Beater and
Samples of these goods can be
seen at the, Kentuckian office and to
see them is to want them. For 30
days every caeh subscriber for one
year will be given either one of the'
premiums numbered 1 and 2 or any
two of those numbered 3, 4, 5 and 6,
upon payment of $2. Subscribers
whose times are not ye out, may
ake advantage of this proposition
oy paying a year from date of ex
piration of their subscriptions.
Premium No. 1 One Set of 6 Tea
spoons. The design is a brana new
pattern, of fine style and good grade,
carrying a'heavy plate of pure Sil
ver on a Nickelybase, French Grey
finish. Free with one year's sub
scription at? $2.
Premium No. 2 Cocobolo Carving
set, consisting of a carver 13 inches
ong, 9 inch blade, and pot tork 12&
inches long. These are something
worth while, blades of crucible steel,
found ground under watei. and oil
tempered, thus securing a flexible
blade that will hold its edge; handle
first quality cocobolo securely rivet
ed wilh brass rivets. These goods
ell at high prices and are good
enough to use in anybody's home.
Free with one year's subscription at
These Offers Good
Butter, Eggs, Hens, Spring Chickens,
' Turkeys, Dqcks and Geese,
Cow Hides and Sheep Pelts. .'
Get Our Prices "Before Selling.
Cumberland '. 26,. Home .': .1322
HERBERT L. HAYDONg Manager.
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SWa Mi. i. 31
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Premium No. 3. Midget Kitchen
Set, packed in box 2 Paring Knives
with tempered steel blades and one
high grade Can Opener with tem
pered cutter, waterproof handles on
all. A dandy high grade premium.
Premium No. 4. Patent Tension
Spring Scissors 8 inch size, guaran
teed for two years, the best prem
ium shear en the market. ItsW!
has been enormous and every tadyfK
should have a pair.
Tfnif ftnltrl aluminum lian4loa Thia ti
knjfe is 6 inches long, blade of ex
tra quality crucible steel, ground by
hand on grindstones under water
and oil tempered, insuring a flexible
blade that will hold its edge indefin
itely. The aluminum handle is cast
solidly and securely to the blade,
leaving no crevices to hold dirt,
making blade and handle practically
Premium No. 6. The One Hand
Egg Beater, a perfect Egg Beater,
Cream Whip and Mayonnaise Mixer
This is a desirable premium in every
way, just whut every housekeeper
npeds. It is Simple, Sanitary, Dur
able', Quick and Effective. Hard
wood handle, fiber finish, Oil tem
pered Steel Spring, guaranteed.
Great beating capacity, bix heavy
wirps. Ball bearing .foot or rest
prevents slipping. This is sure to
be a popular one with the ladies.
Any two of the 4 last named prem
iums given free with a year's sub
scription at $2.
Until January 15.
And wiji pay high-)ii
est cash prices for