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Tke Card No. 124
v Effective Sunday April 30. 1911
TRAINS GOING SOUTH.
Ht. 93 C. & N 0. Lira. 11:50 p. m
H: 51 St. L. Express 5:35 p. t
No. 99 Dixie Limited. 10:-11 p m
H: 95. Dixie Flyor. 9:01 a. n.
Ms. 55 Hopkinsville Ac. 7:0 .. u
Ms. 553 St. L. Fast Mail o:;3 i.
TRAINS GOING NORTH.
Ns. 92 G. & St. L. Lim.. 5:25 a. a
Ms, 62 St. Louib Express, 9:53
No. 98 Dixie Limited, 7:03 a. m.
W. 94. Dixie Flyer, 6:52 p. m
N. 56 Hopkinsville Ac. 8:55 p. n.
Vs. 54 St.L. Fist Mail, 10:12 p. tn
- Noa. 95 and 94 will make Nos. 90
Mkd 91's stop9 except 94 will not Btop
t Mannington and No. 95 will
Mt stop at Mannington or Empire
Ms. 53 and 54 connect t St. Lonli and otbe
Ms. 51 connects at uutnne tor Memphis lln
biau as tar toath as Erin and (or LouIstI
CtKlsaatl and e East.
No. 53 and 55 make direct cona - at Get
tl lor tontsTtlie, Cincinnati and all point
mori and east tnereot. No. 53 an-i 55 also con
Met tor MeaplJs and war points.
o. 92 runs throifh to Chicago and will nr
try oasscngers to point Sontn 0' BTansvlii.
No. 93 through sleepers to Atlanta, Mann
JacksonTllte, St.Angnsune an Tampa, Fl,
A.iro Pnllman sleeper to New Orleans. Con
sets at Guthrie tor points East and West.
93 wH not carry "ocal passengers for colt fn
J C. HOOR. At.
Tennessee . Central
Time Table No, 4 Taking Effect
November 17, 1912
No. 12 Leave Hopkinsville 6.30 a m
Arrive Nashville... 9:45 a.m
Jie. 14 Leave Hopkinsville 3:45 p.m.
Arrive Nashville...7:00 p. n
WEST B jUND.
ttfJo. U Leave Nashville 7:55 o n
Arrive Hopkinsville 11:10 a.n
Ne. 13 Leave Nashville 5:00 p.n
Arrive Hopkinsville 8:15 p.rr
T L. MORROW. A?ent
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
The new exterminator for
Bid Bugs, Roaches, Ants and
all other insects. Not only
kills and devours the bugs
but prevents the eggs from
hatching., Is convenient to
nee. Does not run or spread
.--fills the cracks. A posi
tive exterminator and pre
venative. Made by the
Anderson-Fo w 1 e r
Sold by Druggists and Groc
ers at 25c per bt. with Brush
-1 Made A Hw Man Of Him.
I "I wh safftrlng from fwta ia my
stonuefa, bd aad b writ it.
T. Alston, Rslslgh, K. "and mj
Utw and kldnsys did not work right,
bat foar bottlss of Jttoclrk JBIttsfs
laud m tl liks a new mas."
gftm M CTt. AT ALL MM STOMS.
re THE hfltmXJ TEA
America hiw tbo boat oyster a4
salads of any country In" the "rn'orH,
Mrs.' Illy Haworih Wallaee. the Es
ll8h cooking export, (old the women at
a purfe food Bhow cooking lesson at
New York, 1 ,
"The best way to cook on oyster,"
j eald Mrs. Wallace, "la not to cook It
at all. There la art Englisn saying,
'Tho more you do to an oyster tho
more It will do to you.' That means
that tho more you cook It tho lass
nourishment you Ret"
But sho gave them recipes to cook
tho best oyster In ho world, tho
American oyster, If they, wcro not
content to cat It raw. Tho American
salad Is tho best In the world, Mrs,
Wallaco says, becauso America has
tho greatest variety of fruits., vege
tables, and other products of tho gar
den and field. Sho j?avo tho women
a rcclpo for a now sandwich that a
number of them said they were going
to try Immediately for afternoon tea.
Two ounces of almonds are salted
and ground for tho egg and almond
sandwich and passed through the
meat chopper. Two finely minced hard
boiled eggs, blended with two tablo-
spoonfuls of butter, are added, and tae
whole Is seasoned and Bpread between
thin slices of bread.
DOES AWAY WITH DRUDGERY
Dlsh-Drylnc Backs, Home Made, will
Lighten Labor Always Consid
In tho removal, washing, and replac
ing of dishes there Is room for much
Improvement This duty Is usually
disliked, but under proper manage
ment It should not bo distasteful. First,
there Is the uso of the servlco truck.
This is a small table of two or tbreo
shelves, mounted on rather large
wheels, used to transport dishes be
tween the table and the Berving pan
try. There are several' dish-washing
machines, but for the average house
hold they aro not required. However,
every household can use, and should
adopt, drying racks. These may be
easily made. If made of metal and
glass,, with shelves of round wooden
rods, lamps placed near the bottom
will give sufficient heat to dry dishes
quite rapidly. The drying rack should
be placed near the washer, so that as
the dishes are washed they may bo
placed within. The washing .and dry
ing process may bo accurately timed,,
and a fair standard determined.
To glvo an alabaster effect to plas
ter casts dip them In a strong solution
of alum water
To remove hot water marks from
Japanned trays use sweet oil. Rub it
In well till all the marks disappear,
then polish tho tray with flour and a
When packing plaited skirts for a
Journey, baste tho plaits down, lay
them straight, and they will not need
pressing when you arrive.
A good place to pack necessary bot
tles of liquids is to place them In an
old shoo. They are less likely to bo
broken, and If they are the Bhoo will
absorb nearly all of tbo contents and
clothing win not be seriously la
Jured. A delicious and cheap dessert is
made by pouring the Juice of grape
fruit over sliced bananas. They sfeeuld
be well chilled, and served ha tall
glasses with powdered "sugar. Os
large grapefruit will serve eight peo
ple. Of course no cream nor lemon
juice Is needed with this.
Beat the yolks of six eggs until
light, Beason to taste with popper and
salt, add one cup of milk and one cup
of powdered crackers and fold In the
stiffly beaten whites. Melt one table
spoon of butter In a large o'melet pan,
pour In the mixture, cook on the top
of tho stove until brown on the bot
tom, then finish tho cooking In the
oven or under the flamo in tho broiler
of the gas stove. When firm to the
touch, turn out on a hot dish and serve
Delicious Pan Stew.
Use for cold beefsteak: Take pieces.
of cold beeiBteafi and cut them up
smalL Put In bottom of pan, dredge
with flour, pepper and wit and one co
lon. Slice cold potatoes on the meat.
thea add a few tomatoes' cut up or
half a can of tomatoes. Cover with
water and cook halt hour, and yoa will
have a denctoue pan stew,
Two cups white Bugar, Juice of one
lemon, one quart of boIMag water, four
tablespoons of cornstarch, wet with
cold water, one tablespoon ' butter!
Cook until thick. When cold pour over
four or five orances sad the sgar,
et oa Ice and serve com.
Clear soup stock by mixing when
cold with whites of two eggs beaten
and two eggshells. Let come siowly
to a boll, thea im Add oae tea
spoonful of gelatine to tea cups ef
bouillon. Paok in ice aad serve.
Apple Dessert .
Peel and core the apples, halve
theca, take one-half slice of bread
spread thickly with butter, sprinkled
with sugar. Lay oae-half upple oa
bread, core down, sprinkle morssugar
MMl Mltle clBsawoB. Bake,
- SpMckta For Thittks
Mem, Arfc.l find CMrini to b
ii yo represent' writs Mf. H.B.
York, k this city. "I MfTertd from
wwnti)y ailments, for nriy two
years, Mof I tries Criiui. I hv
bi en eo" relieved stacl takini it. I
capnot sSy enough m its pralao. It
has dono m.a wnrfdof pood, and I
rtcommend Cnidul ,to nil women."
Csrdui f9 over 50 yeara old. and the
demand is greater today than ovbr.
Cnrdut is tha standard, tonic medi
cine", for women every age.
Would you HkeMo. be well and
strong? Then takeJrdui. Its ro
cord showa that Hr'wlU help you
Bejtin today. Why wait?
Advertisement. : $
STATEMENT OF CONDITION
At the Close of Busines?
Dec. 31, 19i2.
Loans and Dis
counts $318 348 97
Banking House,l4$23 000 00
Stocks and Bonds 88 949 27
Overdrafts, 2 523 03
Cash, Cash Items
and Exchange 125 69& 07
$558 516 34
Capital Stock ....-$100 000 00
Surplus Fund 25 000 00
Due Depositors.-.. 424 173 37
Due Other Banks 6 021 97
Dividends Unpaid 321.00
Dividend No. 95
this day 3 000 00
$558 516 34
J. E. McPHERSON,
Condensed Financial Statement
& Trust Company
At the close of business
Dec. 31, 1912.
oans and Discounts $293,939 83
Mortgages 20,943 b3
Stocks and Bonds 3.450 00
Overdrafts 1,788 39
urniture and Fixtures... 7500.00
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 " , N
Profits 18,522 42
Dividend this day. No. 68, 3,000.00
Unpaid Dividends '.f 24 90
Deposits....1....:. t 366,615 43
Commercial Deposits, $366,615 43
Trust BusineBS, $530,000 00
A. H. ECKLE3, Cash.
First National Bank
At .the Close of Business
Dec. 31, 1912.
Loans and Discounts $349,559.61
Overdrafts , 845.20
U. S. Bonds '.76,000$)
Other Bonds 25,800.00
Banking House', Furni
ture and Fixtures 29,500.00
Cash and Sight Exchange 116,200.17
' Total $597,904.98
Capital Stock..v 75,000.00
Surplus' and; Undivided
Profits,...... :..,.,.... 31,727 62
National Battle Not 74,500.00
Individual Deposits 372.777,36
U. S. Deposits liOOO.OO
Re Discounts v 99,900.00
Dividend this dayNO; 45.. 8,000 00
Total ...v $57,904.98
THOS. W. LONG, CsUr.
MOCK SALAD EA8H.Y MAOC
fc BwttaMtBtftto CrtH Wtoto T8t
l tea ae Is? wjr
Any kfad of wet m? be d. 1
tte4 roast bei. Tn reefpe makes
Msr toseje eesai: One ')tot of lestW
mflet, efeopped or cut !a very small
pieces. Season wltk a level teaspoon
of Bait, a sattspoon of pepaor and a
scant teaspoon of sago. Mix thorough
ly. Put half a cup of milk in a sauce
pan: add two tablespoons of dried
bread crumbs and cook until smooth.
Flomovo frtim flro. Add two tablespoons
butter and two well beaten egga. Then
add tho meat to Iho bread mixture
When -well mixed fflil greased custard
cups, stand 'them la a shallow pan of
boiling water, covered with greased
paper and bako about half an hour In
a modcrato oven, Earlier In tho day
make Borne tomato sauce: one can of
tomatoes two or throe onions (If you
care for ooloas), salt and peppor.
Cook slowly until the onions are soft
When ready to serve placo a generous
amount of tho sauce upon each plate
and 'turn one of the cups upside down
In the center of the sauce. Have
I the sauce cold and the cup mixture
hot. This may sound troublesome,
but It Is slickly aad easily made.
NOVELTY IN TABLE COVERS
Of Tapestry Edged With Metal Galloon
They Are an Effective Or
nament. Extremely effective are the covers
for the table In the library or living
room made of tapestry, edged with
the metal galloon. The shops offer
the wool, or wool and silk tapestry, In
unusually handsome combinations of
colors. Some tapestries have the met
al threads woven into the designs,
this being the case especially with the
changeable effects. The cover Is cut
to fit the top exactly or may bo made
In tho form of a long runner hanging
well over the ends or sides of the ta
ble; or, in some cases, It is made
square, hanging down on all four
A banding of the galloon finishes tho
edge and sometimes a second band,
paralleling this a few inches from the
edge, Is used.
A coyer of this sort is not only ar
tistic, but has remarkable wearing
It may bo said in passing that short
lengths of the tapestry aro often to be
found at much under regulation prlco.
Agents' samples are especially well
adapted to covers of this sort
One-half cup flour, one teaspoon
cream of tartar sifted with the flour,
two teaspoons sugar, two tablespoons
of milk, one egg, ono largo teaspoon
of cocoa or chocolate, a pinch of salt.
Cook in deep fat Servo with vanilla
sauce. Enough for family of three.
Vanilla Sauce One cup sugar, half
teaspoon of cornstarch; mix in the
sugar dry, then add half a cup of boil
ing water, a little at a time. Let It
boll Ave minutes until it looks like
sirup, then add the yolk of one egg,
well beaten, and piece of butter size of
walnut Whip all together wolL then
add half a teaspoosful of vanilla. Do
not boil after tha egg is added.
Baked Apple With Icing.
Wash, pare &a eore as many large
apples as are required. Pill the ap
ples with two te&speonfuls of dried
currants, "oce-Qasrter teaspoonfttl of
ground cinnamon, one level teaspoon-
ful of butter. DftJie them until they
are cooked. Let Om apples cool and
remove them to aaofber dish. Ice the
tops and sides with aay kind at cake
Icing and pet (hem back Into the
qyen and brown fhem- slightly. -After
taking tnetn eat or ine oven prace a
cahdled cherry oa top of eaeh apple
Serve .them wttXi osam.
Gees' Move Llnlitf.
A good store Using, one that will
last two yeara or more, can be made
from blue clay. Brick clay, or one
that does not contain much ssnd, la
good. also. Ctey found In salt water
marshes fe one of the best for stove
linings. The day must be, reduced to
a paste, atxxit Kim putty. The bed for
lining should be brushed- clean and
moistened before (be. clay is applied.
Put on with bends, sBxxith with a
trowel or th4n steee of board Home
Department. Ifaaoftal Megutse.
To Mwe w Asbes4es Mvt.
An asbestos pui far the table tsa;
be ssade In tfefta wjr: Get eooogb
asbestos paper to cow t&s table with
double tMstptee. from a eoopte ol
old sheets et tVeo pieces the ska of
the. table. Bases the asbestos papet
between theea aa qttt K os the sew
lug raachtns, ta a long stMeb. Thli
ts Beceeeary, as the paper tears, as4
pulls apart easily. Put this p4 s
the table usder your sUeoss thCk ia4
there will be do Marks made oa fhV
polished Borfae by hot dishes.
Cut tsader stalks of eatery tale thJa
slices sad seott hi saHsd. water ttN
leader. Use bet httle water, lettiag
It cook stewly so that there ts bst lit
tle left whea the celery ,U doaa. Add
auJHeteat eream or risk aslik ts afeat
cover. seasoQ with salt aad a dash st
eayeaas aad add saalslsst Sear motoi
Med ia a Mttle eM ssttk to SMhe a
thick, ereassy saasa. Pat over res ads
U buttered toast aad serve at oaae,
Sw TTTTSFn WlWt
U Is sursrlstac how muck man
hitas yea saa vet frosa the seated
taaea. Mace the leaiea la a heated
ovea, aad H wHl yield stare j tb
aaa that ts saaaased wfcaa sold.
WHEN THE ROOM IS STUFFY
the Assrtmssk WW Pur
ify the Air Ftosty.
There Is no greater pvriflcr dx
Wiiwlsjwaj Iwt BjssaflslBBjss.
fh sick room (his mHW of chB
itig Iho air is impassible.
Have yon ever tried ovcrcoiiejg
closeness by carrying a rolled burn
ing newspaper through a sick rop-isri?
Equally good is a tableepoon of vin4
egnr ignited over an alcohol lamp.
Ah .atomizer for spraying cologno
enn bo used with toilet wafer or
witcU hazel, with refreshing effect;
Thero aro special spirit lamps that
have a connection with a platinum
ball attachment that aro excellent to
permeato a room with purifying
odors' Thero "aro special mixtures
for burning in these lamps, but a
good cologno or toilet water an
swers. Tho lamp burn 'until the plati
num ball grows red hot, then the
flamo is extinguished. The vapori
zation of the cologne is increased by
coining in contact with tho heated
metal and the room is soon fragrant.
A quick way to cool a room is to
wet a small crib sheet with cologne,
or water highly scented with per-r
fumed bath tablets. Hang in a draft
of air, or shake the sheet lightly
while still wet.
Burning lump camphor is favored
by omo nurses, especially in sultry
weather, as mosquitoes avoid the
HOME OF BREAKFAST FOOD
Scotch Soy Could Not Conceive ef
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
ns domesticated oats are an essen
tial part of Scotland."
Professor Hopper smiled and add
"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 supper?1 '
"'Goodness!' taid my friend.
'Porridge every day for every meal !
Do you never have anything else?'
'"What else would you have?'
said tho ,poy."
Where one has to have a heavy
trunk in one's room sake two long
bed slats and get a kxge wooden box,
remove the boavda and nail them
across the fop of .the elata, then buy
four bflll-bcarfag rollers and screw
into the'filata--&iKl.Jt.k; 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
tbo room to got in easily. Have the
slats just the length of tbo trunk.
If a bedspread shows wear at the
ends baste a piece of muslin on the
under side the width of tbo border,
and quilt it on the sewing machine.
If it is a M&recill-es spread, follow
the design of the border in the
stitching; Tho sewing will scarcely
show and the spread will last much
CUSTOM OF LONG STANDING,
Tipping" ia an exaction of no re
cent growth. 4 Describing life at the
eoHrf of Kfng Henry II. of Bogknd,
Peter of Blok -eom plains of the i
portunity of (be medieval marshals,
whose annoyances continue "until
"they get something from you and
are most ungrateful wbea they have-;
say, open enemies, unless your band
is continuously in your pocket,"
.while the "outer. pxjir wjU' WU iU.
most unblushing falsehoods, and if
you aro an hafveat ad religions man,
but have give? tbew nothing" 'day
before, they will ktep you an unrea
sonable time standing in the rain
FORSOOK COMIC PAPERS.
"But," exclaimed the traveler, "do
you never read the newspapers?"
"I useter," replied tlie farmer. "I
did onct for quite a .spell ; but they
got too funny. 'Bout ton or 'I wen
years ago 1 quit ryailin' 'em. Sinc
tken lYe been tesdin' a book.''' Su-
- -re f IS
uraay A ream? rasv.
On tlitf 1st and 3rd Ttiedayi jfa
of each month the faiea no df
extra low and nllow oi
overs frc ar,d 25 daj s time
via Cotton Belt Route to
The Cotton Belt Route K
direel line from Jvlcafpliis to
Texas, through Arkansas
two p1endld trains dally, with
through sleepers, chdircari and
parlor-cafe can. Trains front
all parts of the Southeast make
direct connection at Memphis
with Cotton Belt Routctraiiu
to the Southwest.
Writs ta n today
I will tell you esact fa'e j,
(torn tout town, sched
ule, and send you splen
did Illustrated books of
5& farm facts about Arkan-
sas and Texas.
L. C. BARRY.
Trarilinc Ptiicofir Attnl
83 Todd MuildltiK
Ticket also on
,n!u Dajlr to cer-tainpointilnTex-Li.
ONE NIGHT ONLY
Monday, Jan. 13
the Delightful, Eatrancing
- MARIE GREEN, BEN
AND 40 OTHERS
PRICES: Lower Floor, 50;, 75c
and $1.00. Gallery, 25c, 50c.
Lumber For Sale
C. R. ADAMS.
Holland's Opera Souse
Thursday, Jan. 16.
Sfc's The Toast Of the Town
The Success of 2 Continents
The New Amsterdam.New York,
FRENCH VAUDEVILLE in 3 Acta.
With Special Cast and Original
The FAMOUS TALKING CHORUS V
And all the Entrancing Melodies rjr1
-The World's Biggest Musical Hit-
"Evory Littl Movement
Has a Moaning of
'8kaUful SeeaMT. E!ctrkl and Mechanic!
PRICES: Lower floor. 7K- $1 nn
and $1.50, Gallery, 25c and 50c.
IJow Y Wait It
fhm Yot Wtmt It
- torn sua wcl
aMss yoii sstysdwy work
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