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$4 SOLID GOLD
CROWN, $3 Per Tooth
Gold Inlays,,.,,. .$1 and up
Gold Filling .. .. . 1 and up
Silver Fillings , 50c and up
Cement-FinrrtKs 75c to $1
Vitalized Air. for Painless
Extracting , $1
Full Set of Teeth.,,,,.,. $5 to $10
Extracting Teerth free With
Other Work.
Phone 1114. Lady Attendant.
Office in Hopper Building,
, Opposite Court House.
All work guaranteed or mtwy
refunded for any work not satis
factory. ALL WORK CASH.
Phone Yoar Date To the Office.
DR. L. GRACE.
See That Curve?
WHY
wear the old Flat Lens when you
can Ret our new
I WIDE ANGLE LENSES?
Can't you see that this lens gives
you a much wider vision?
If you have Flat lenses and are
satisfied we can duplicate them in
to this new lens without examin
ing the eyes.
No Waiting. Can deliver glasses
same day order is left. Come in
and let us explain why this lens is
Better.
S.H. HORNER, Optometrist
R. C. HARD WICK,
Manuf'g. Jeweler and Optician.
Hopkinsville, Ky.
COOK'S
DRUG STORE
MnaHHiaMBHH
I
For Holiday Goods,
For Cut Glass,
For Huyler's Can
dies.
IN- iV- Cor. 9th and Main
HOLLAND'S
IQPERA -OUSE
ONE NIGHT ONLY
Monday, Jan. 13
The Delightful, Entrancing
Musical Comedy,
'THE
WINNING
WIDOW"
-INTRODUCING-
; MUL CLARK, LOVIE
MARIE GREEN, BEN
' TURBETT
b AHD 40 OTHERS
PRICES: Lower Fioor, 50c, 75c
bd $1,00. .1,258,500.
Lumber For Sale
SAVE TIME iff KITCHEN
lYSTCMAThC DltHWAtllRCI OOll
AWAY WITH MUCH WORK.
tOnce Day Shotrial SHs uWclnt
' the Averaoa Family If rVr.
Way of Dstoa th Wer
Is Fellflwd.
Of all tho nctieMtu? thlna
hHekeopln the o"b mcmi tfMlkea"
br Um average tomii la fawhtag
Times without BumtMf y&VL r
tke hoeeewlrVs wull: "If R were net
for waeMag dlabee t weM set
DM W(ta '
Yet tkk need set fee ek ft 4re44
Uwk M you will ate m-M frees Mm
boa4on pUi a4 wae tins 4Mhm eeiy
eaee a day.
UataM yon bare a large family "wko
require a quantity ot ilnkm at
neal this 1 not oaly araetleaMe, but
a big Use-aaver.
Have reee two Mod-sise4
puiM, and after each neal scrape all
eeraM from Dm 4iaM to be wmm,
eaapty all HqaM from ease a4 glaaaea
and stack the 4tehee carefully la tbe
pans, putting tbe large plate la tbe
wcttsm a&4 smaller ease a. top.
In tbe eeeoad aaa pat all small
nteeee. Tecetable ditfiee aa4 small
platters.
Stand tbe sllrer upright la a jug or
pitcher aa4 poer orer all enough very
hot water. In wbteb a good soap pow
der or a little wash lag soda baa bee
dissolved, to oover.
New let the dlshea staad la these
receptacJefl until the moralag hours,
when work Is easiest
Tbe bet water will grow cold, but
the grease from the dishes will he
Coating on top and can be scooped off
first, then the water poured off.
This done, tbe dishes will be virtual
ly clean and ready to he rinsed In
steaming hot water.
After this, If you are a wise house
keeper, you will have a wire drainer
ready to receive the dripping china, in
which it can be placed on a decided
slant and let left to drain dry.
They are ready then for the next
meal, clean, bright and polished.
Glasses, of course, and silver must
be dried on a cloth.
Glasses should be quickly washed
and dried after each meal; but that is
small matter if all the other dishes
can be left until you are quite ready
to "do" them.
Try this method, ye weary house
keepers, and find how soon it will bo
regularly adopted, and you will not
lose a moment's conscience-stricken
sleep because ot dishes left unwashed.
Hints for the Floor.
Cork mats, which are easily rolled
up, are among the sensible accessories
for the bathroom.
Rag rugs made of cotton wash well.
These are inexpensive and are often
just the thing for tho kitchen, as well
as other parts of the house.
If you are having the floor of a room
reflnlshed do not have it finished to a
shine, but to the point of a, soft glow.
The reason is that the soft effect will
harmonize better with the furnishings.
Paper plates with roses painted
therein come with doilies and paper
tablecloth to match, and are trulj
artistic.
Fish Cream.
Run cold cooked fish through the
chopper to the amount of two cupWul.
Pour one cup of boiling water over
one cup or nne breadcrumbs. L.ei
this mixture stand 15 minutes, then
add tbe fish, a half teaspoon of salt, a
pinch of white pepper, a tablespoon of
minced olives or parsley, two table
spoons of melted butter and two well
beaten eggs. Pour into a well-but
tered mold, steam In a steamer fot
three-quarters of an hour. Serve as
soon as unmolded on a hot platter,
served with tomato sauce. ThlB maker
a very nice dish for a luncheon, q
Swedish Meat Balls.
One pound of round steak, quarter
of a pound of fresh pork. Grind up
together; add one good-sized onion
chopped fine. Roll three common
crackers or three fair-sized cold-boiled
potatoes. If crackers are used, roll
fine; put all in a mixing bowl, add
beaten egg and three-fourths cup of
milk. Add Bait and pepper to suit;
taste. Form into ballB and7ry In but
ter or pork fat. These are Just deli
cIoub.
Clean Coffee Pot.
To keep tbe coffee pot sweet and
clean put a tablespoonful ot carbonate
ot soda into It, fill It nearly full ot
water, and let It boll for a little while.
Then rinse very thoroughly with sev
eral lots of warm water. If this la
done once a week, the pot1 will alwayr
be fresh and nice.
Onion Salad.
Cut nice white onions Into small
pieces, stand In very cold water for an
hour or more. Dry In clean towel,
mix with mayonnaise dressing and ar
range in rooimd on dish. Outline with
slices ot hard boiled egg aad garnUr
with parsley.
Homly Hint.
Sometimes white trimmings oa a
colored dress look dingy. Wring a
whlto cloth out in thin starch, place
oa the trimming, then put a dry cloth
over that and Iron with a hot Iron,
and the dirt will come off oa to tbs
starched cloth.
Washing Brush.
When washing brushes of any kind
add a little ammonia to. tbe water
There Is less danger of tbe bristle
L
mmttmt
Pencil Recreation!.
Mta) Ray Brown, e Rarrlsburg,
Pa,, helped a peddler into a trolley
car foirr yearn ago, Lent Sunday
she repaired cheek for 18,000 lor
her kind new. GirW, wait antH w
"ret the trafe? cat and than look
for the peikikrs.
Attorney John RaaWl'g new role,
the chicken thief uaeher,. will not
b an inspiration to yolmg attorney
it's to hazardous. It tki a mam
ef nerve to nut oarlVehe light awd
call a negro with "tbe good on
hi
A dispatch aentotfVom WaahfaaT-
ton a few days age said that tha
pktr film makers ef the United
StaUe exported eleven tboueand
miles of moving pkexra last year,
enovgh to stretch freak New York:
te Manila. Must have been the oecula
tory variety. Some f that kiwi
have been given here that appeared
to be susceptible of stretching a)
most that far at one effort.
The man who invented the drop a
nkkle-in-thc-slot machine and get
two 2-cent postage Btampe or four
1-cent stamps has conferred a bieee-
ing on busy and forgetf arhumani
ty. Nobody cares for the cent profit
that the druggist receives. He
ought to have it. It is an innova
tion here and is a great thing for
people who have! to bay stamps on
Sunday. The druggiets have al
ways been very accommodating but
they should not be expected longer
to buy stamps and sell them and re
ceive nothing for their trouble. The
wonder is that tho Poetoffice De-
GO TO THE OLD RELIABLE
M. D. KELLY
to have your eyes examined and
fitted with correct glaeees; also
your fine watch honestly and
intelligently repaired. ' Is al
ways up-to date with the best
instruments and methods. Over
30 years an Optician and jewler,
25 Years a graduate Op
tometrist. No. 8 North Main Street,
Opp. Court House.
I Forbes Manufacturing
. V- ' INCORPORATED. 4 . ? t
I
partment does not have mechhset In
every office. Ju.it thiol? of the time
saved by clerks in not having to sell
tamp in small quantities -almost
the entire time of one clerk could
be employed b dolog aoaaetbiog
else. r' Since tfce tmrodtaethm oi a
pareete post the work in poetoAew
of smalt and large citiee is greatly
iaereaeedi .
We haven't a particle of patience
with the ma that goes a tout preach
ing that the world Is tiro wiser worse
and everything and everybody ii go
ing to the bow-wows. The trouble
with Mm ie that he k going te
himself. It is an incontrovertible
fact that the facilities for spreading
news-good 3d beet era to perfect
that every btetdent ef importance is
flashed ail over the eotrnty almost as
soon as it happens. This, however,
k not coneidered by tbe pessimist.
To Illustrate the fact that every
body is not wrapped up m, self, -we
give an incident which quite recent
ly occurred. It became known that
a family in the city was in tmd of
food1 and clothing. There was but
one bread -earner in the family, a
young girl. At once some .kind
hdarted ladies took the matter in
hand .and immediate noceeeitiea
were provided. Then application
was made to tbe Mayor over the
phone for assistance, which was
promptly attended to. Afterwards
two other ladies called on the Mayor
in person for aid. But that was not
all that was done, Knowing well
thejblg heartedness of the Order of
Elks, ladies appealed to leading
members of the order for help, and
not in vain, either. Away with the
idea that world is growing worse
It's growing better. .
The Kentuckian's guessing con
test as to who the widower and
bachelor are that were to be married
before the old year was out, is still
on. it seems that somebody got
scared, and we believe the event will
happen in the near future. The
flame is still burning. Just wait
and guess some more. A manager
of a store complained that after the
publication of the item his time was
so taken up answering telephone
calls as to who the men are that he
didn't' have a chance to attend to
business. By the way, there is an-
s
-'i".
Farmers
THE last State Legislature psjeaid what, hi known ai the "Kentucky
State Insurance Rating Law," creating a 'Bderd to have charge of
the making of FIRE InejMwnce rates irr the State of Kentucky, On Jan
uary 1st, 1918, tbii Board Ptt new ratet on ail COUNTRY property, hoi?
iaay a reduction of about twenty (20) per cent from th eld rates, to b ap
plied only on new buernees and on ewal. THKSE RATES. ARE THE
SAME TO ALL both to you and to tbe Companies and NO MATTER
WHATANYAGEMTORPERSOli MAY TELL YOU, NO ONE CAN
WRITE A POLICY OF FIRE INSURANCE CHEAPER THAN ANY
ONK ELBE,
The One and Only Consideration
for yoe to consider
IS THE COMPANY
Remember L-wkcr, Comings k Draper represent the old, tried: aki re
liable CONTINENTAL. "'Nuf
OFFICES 6th arid MAIN STREETS
Hopkinsville Ky. Telephone No. 705;
Wlaleo ineure City Property andNL4ve Stock sgainet death from any cause.
other baehc'or, not a thousand
yards from this offloe, that is ,gong
is give up eingie Dieeeeanees, Deiore
the spring birds begin to sing. Now
do some more gu seeing.
Here and There
There were 51 death and 60 births
in Princeton last year.
The city of Msyfield has contract
ed for 2000 c. p. arc street lights , at
$84 a year to burn ali night "except
on clear moonlight nights." Hop
kineille pays $65 for all night and
every night service. '
The L. &N. will spend $200,000 in
the yards at Howell, Ind.
Rev. W. P. Crouch, of the Chris
tian church inXlarksvilie, has been
called to a church in Louisville.
City Licenses.
Licenses not renewed by tomorrow
will have a penalty of ten per cent
added.
Children Ory
FOR FLETCHER'S I
CASTORIA
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Attention!
Holland's Opera House
Tuesday I T4U
Januarv I W L ii
Stfs TkG M Of the Town
The Success of 2 Continents
The New Amsterdam, New Yprk,
Theatre Production
JJAMfflE gflERRY
FRENCH VAUDEVILLE in 3 Acts.
With Special Cast and Original
Comedy, including '
The FAMOUS TALKING CHORUS.
And all the Entrancing Melodies
-The World's Biggest Musical Hit--
"Every Littl Movement
Has a Meaning of
Its Own."
Beautiful Scenery. Electrical and Mechanical
Effects.
PRICES: Lower floor, 75c, $1.00'
and $1.50. Gallery, 25c and 50c.
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dropping l,
C. R ADAMS.

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