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HOPKINSVILLE XENTOCEUN. JANUARY 11
ThboT is a Cut of Our Latest Improved plat Work Ironei The Best Grade
of Work With No Wear on Goods.
We also have aa advertised the Prosperity Collar and Cuff Shaper, which prevents collar breaking and
leavea room for tie to elide. In the shirt department we hava'cuff presses and lates- improved Bosom Ironer,
all f which with experienced workmen insures best of work for HOPKINSVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY,
or women wno uare
Of course you use an antlscoticin vour
family and ;in the care of your own per
eoa, and you want the best.
Instead of what you havo been using1
such as liquid or tablet antiseptics or
peroxide, won't you please try Paxtine,
a concentrated antiseptic powder to bo
dissolved in water aa needed.
Paxtine is more economical, more
cleansing'; more germicidal and more
healing than anything you ever used.
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In til o toilet to cleanse and whiten
the teeth, remove tartar and prevent
decay. To disinfect the mouth, destroy
disease germs, and purify the breath.
To keep artificial teeth and bridgework
clean and odorless. To remove nicotine
from the teeth and purify the breath
after smoking. To eradicate perspira
tion odors by sponge bathing.
As a medicinal ngent for local
treatment of feminina ills where pelvic
catarrh, inflammation and ulceration
exist, nothing equals hot douches of
Paxtine. For ten years the Lydia E.
Pinkham Med. Co. has been 1-37'ilarly
advising their patients. to use it ,;cause
of its extraordinary cleansing, h:aling
and germicidal power. For this pur
pose alone Paxtine is worth its wo: ight
in gold. Also for nasal catarrh, sore
throat, inflamed eyes, cuts and wounds.
411 druggists, 25 and 50 cents a box.
jfeial box and testimony of 31
jftmen free on request.
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200 AflTKLES OF KNERAL INTEREST
fi "Amateur Mechanic" (10 pages) tells how to
E make Mission lurniture, wireless outfits, boats,
engines, magic, and all the things a boy loves.
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TO THINKING THAT
CHEAP COAL IS CHEAP FUEL
BURN GENUINE 6AS COKE
ANDiGET NOTHING BUT HEAT, COMFORT AND ECONOMY,
WITH NO SMOKE, SOOT OR DIRT, AND VERY LITTLE ASH.
$5.00 PER TOW, DELIVERED.
I desire to express to the public my hearty
appreciation of their liberal patronage during
the year just past, and solicit a continuance
of the same during the year 1913. My stock
of groceries will be found complete at all
times everything fresh and first class.
J. K. TWYMAN
Have your teeth attended to now. Don't put it off. for
more convenient season. They may get in such condition
as will be difficult to repair. Our methods are modern.
PAINLESS EXTRACTING MY SPECIALTY.
Next to Court House.
McClaid & Armstrong
GRANITE AND MARBLE MONUMENTS,
CUT STONE, ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WORK.
Marble Yards and Office N. Main Street, Between 1st and 2nd Sts.
f CEDENT AND LIME FOR SALE .
Cumb. Telephone 490. Hopkinsville, Kentucky.
DR. R." L. BRADLEY,
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist
Office, Infirmary and Shoeing Forge
8th, bet. Main and Water Sts.
Office Phone. 211.
Night Phone, 127.
Night Phone Home, 1479.
PUBLIC SERVICE CO.
Treats all diseases of domesticated
nnirnnlsHfMpntir1pn.il v nnrl nprfnrmaoll
operations known to the Veterinary
profession. Special attention given
to the shoeing of horses with dis-
FOR THOSE FOND OF CHEESE
Two Concoctions That Are Greatly
Favored na a Change Prom the
Meat Coure 80 Universal.
English Monkoy. Soak ono cupful
iOf stale broad crumbsSn ono cupful of
Itnllk for thirty minutes and thn prm
through a puroo pW,& Soason with a
quartor toospoonful oi salt and a gen
erous plnoh of dry mustard, and stir
Into one woll b atari egg. Put one
tablospoonful of butter Into a sauce
pan, and whon it lajWltod add ontf
cupful of grated cheofle. Let tho latter
melt, add tho bread panto and. stir vlg
orously-untll tho mixture la thorough
ly heated, Sorve on small squares of
toasted b'read or on toasted crackers.
Chocso Soublso Sauce. Chop find
two medium sized onions, cover with
wator, and simmer for fifteen minutes.
Drain and put over tho Are with two
tablespoonfuls of butter, a palatable
seasoning of pepper and salt, and a
cube of sugar. Lot cook -without col
oring; add two tablespoonfuls of soft
bread crumbs and two cupfuls of
broth, a simmer until tho "whole Is
reduced to a smooth puree; stir In
two tablespoonfuls of grated cheese,
mix thoroughly with the other ingredi
ents, add two tablespoonfuls of thick
cream, reheat over hot water and
servo as an accompaniment to mutton
or lamb chops Delineator.
NEAT AND HANDY WOODBOX
There la no necessity of having an
unsightly box filled' with wood In the
kitchen, for with an hoar's work and
a few boards any handy man may
make a box for wood that "will bo an
ornament to any kitchen as well as
a convenient seat. A cushion covered
with some pretty wash material will
add to tho beauty and comfort of this
wood box seat
Corn Syrup Caramels.
For corn syrup caramels, boil to
gether two cupfuls of granulated
sugar, a cupful of good cream, one
and three-fourths cupfuls of corn
syrup and a cupful of butter, and aft
er a few minutes gradually add anoth
or cupful of cream without letting tho
syrup stop boiling for a second. When
the. syrup will form a substantial ball
in the fingers after cooling In cold wa
tor, addj teaspoonful of vanilla and a
cupful of chopped nut meats. Turn
into bread pans that havo been ollec
"and wheir- nearly cold turn out of the
tlnB, cut Into cubes and wrap in waxed
paper. It sometimes takes an hour to
do the boiling before the right stage
Is reached, but tho caramels are ar
good as the best.
Nut Meats Cake.
One-half cup butter,ono and one-
half cups sugar, three eggs, two and
one-half cups flour, one and one-half
teaspoonfuls baking powder, one-half
cup milk and ono cup of any pre
ferred nut meats. Rub tho butter and
sugar to a light whlto cream; add tho
eggs, beaten a little, then tho flour,
Into which has been mixed the ba
king powder and saltspoon of salt:
then add milk and beat well; lastly
the nuts. Bako In paper-lined tin lr
My father's lunch consists largely of
fruits and nuts, and It falls to me to
crack and salt the nuts for him, says
a contributor to Good Housekeeping.
I crack about a cupful of pecan meats
and have discovered a very easy way
to salt them. Place a saucer of nut
meats over the steam of a boiling ket
tle and cover them liberally with salt,
stirring them carefully In it Remove
them from the saucer and pack at once
in a box or bottlo. My father pro
nounces them delicious.
One-half cupful of butter, ono and
one-fourth cupfuls confectioner's su
gar, on-fourthcup flour, ono cup gran
ulated sugar, two eggs ono and one
half cupfula scalding milk, one-fourth
cupful of strong coffee, throe squares
chocolate. Cream butter and sugar
and confectioner's sugar. Beat eggs,
add granulated sugar, flour, milk, cot
feo and chocolate. Cook in double
boiler ten minutes.
Dent tho whites of four eggs to a
stiff froth, stir Into It a half pound pul
verized sugar. Flavor with essenco of
lemon or roBo, continuo to beat until
very light, then drop, half the size of
an egg and a llttlo mora than an Inch
apart, pn well buttered letter papor.
Lay tho paper on a half-Inch board
and place In n moderate oven. Watch
carefully, and aB soon as they begin
to assume a yellowish tinge tako them
Beefsteak and Cucumbers.
When cucumbers fare' plentiful this
makes an economical and pleasant
dish. Peel and slice a large cucumber
and three or four onions. Brown them
In a frying pan. Doll or fry two
pounds of rump steak, thon put It on a
dish. Simmer the cucumbers and
onions in pne-half pint of good gravy,
pour around the meat Time, ton. min
utes to fry If thick. Sufficient for
MAN CLASSED AS MARSUPIAL
This Because of H Pockets, Which
Are Developed During Childhood
Man is marsupial, nnl herein he ia
broaflly diitfnplislted from woman.
NntMrc has provided imin with pock
ets in his troupers, hie waistcoat and
his coat. The number ia not always
(he same, some men having, in the
aggregate, twelve dintinct pockeU,
great and small, while others have
only eight or nine; but a man totally
without pockets would be lusua nat
urae. It is remarkable that pockets
arc not congenital, but are slowly
developed during childhood and
youth. The trousers pockets, which
are earliest developed, seldom make
their appearance before the fifth
year, and one of these usually comes
to maturity ten or twelve months
before its fellow. About.the eighth
year a male child develops two and
sometimes three coat pockets, and
two years later the lower waistcoat
pockets appear. Nature then pauses
in her work, and it is not until the
fourteenth year that the small fob
pocketa of the waistcoat and the
watch pocket of the trousers are de
veloped. The appearance of the pis
tol pocket and tho two coat-tail pock
eta is usually synchronous with tho
cutting of the wisdom teeth. When
these have reached maturity, the nor
mal development of pockets ceases
for tho comparatively recent discov
ery of isolated specimens 'of men
with pockets in the Sleeves of their
overcoats, apparently designed for
stowing away female hands, does not
os yet warrant any change in the sci
entific classification and description
of human pockets. Life.
The Magistrate You are accuser1
of stealing this gentleman's chick
ens. Eastus Dey wasn't chickens
boss; dey was all roosters.
WHAT SHE NEEDED.
At a banquet not long ago Mr.
Charles M. Schwab made a speech
on the development of the steel in
dustry. In the course of his remarks
he mentioned a few of thfi men who
had assisted in rolling-mill develop
ment. One of them, it seems, was
on his vacation when he fell in love
with a handsome German girl. Upon
his return to the works he went to
Mr. Carnegie and announced that as
he wanted to get married he would
like a little further time off. Mr.
Carnegie appeared much interested.
"Tell me about her," he said. "Is
she short or is she tall, slender, wil
lowy?" ''Well, Mr. Carnegie," was the an
swer, "all I can say is that if I'd
had the rolling of her I should have
given her two or three more passes."
ACTIVITY ON THE FORCE.
New Yorker That was a cold
blooded murder last night I Have
you arrested the murderer?
Police Official No. But we've
run in a dozen or so of the people
who saw it. Browning's Magazine
"I 6eo they are talking of nuttincr
tip a statue to the man who invent
ed rubber tires," said Hawkins.
"So?" said Waggleigh. "Well,
here's hoping ifll tako appropriato
form and be o bust." Judge.
"What are you reading, Bon?"
"Oh, about a rich and honest)
I "I wish you would cut out reading;'
'o much fiction and read somethinxr
TWO OF A KIND.
Peckliam My wife talks, talks,
talks all the time.
I TJndnrthum You're wrong. She
must listen part of tho time or ray
vife th tMn't be with her so much."
DR. G. P. ISBELL
Voterlnary Physician & Surgeon
Office and Hospital Cor. 7th and Rail
Dr, R. F. GVficDaniel,
Praotlce Llmi(d to Dlitaia ol
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
J. B. Allensworth,
Office: Hopper Building, Up Stairs,
Front Court House.
Both'Phonea Hopkinsville, Ky
Fine Bath Rooms. Four
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