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Tke Card No. 124
Effective Sunday April 90, 1911
TRAINS GOING SOUTH.
M. W-C. ft N 0. Lim. 11:66 p. w
Ma. 51 St. L. Express 5:35 p. t
Ko. 90 Dixie Limited. 10:41 p. m.
Ha. 96. Dixie Flyer, 9:01 a. rr
Ms. 66 Hopkinsvillo Ac. 7: 8 a. u
168 St. L. Fast Mail 5:33 &. d
TRAINS GOING NORTH.
N. 92 C. ft St. L. Lim.t 6:26 ft. rr
He. bsf St. Louw Kxpreaa, 9:63 t
No. 98 Dixie Limited, 7:03 a. m.
. 94. Dixie Flyer, 6:52 p. m
Mt. 66 Hopkinsvillo Ac. 8:55 p. rr,
Me. 64 St.L. Fwt Mail, 10:12 p. in
Nob. 95 and 94 will make Nos. 90
Mid 91'b stops except 94 will not stop
At Mannington and No. 95 will
Mt Btop at Manningtun or Empire
No. S3 and 54 connect it Si. Lonu and otlin
Ma. SI connect 41 Outline or Mewpnli Un
alat a tar south a Erin nil (or Loilm
Claclnnatl and e Gait.
No. 53 and SS make direct ccua at Gut .
rlc or LouUvllle, Cincinnati and all paint
wort and east thereof. Ho. S3 ani 55 alto coo
Met for Memphis and way point.
o. 92 rnna throneh to Chicago and will -m
rrj DaMengen to point Soutn 0' KTaniTluc
No. 93 tnrcngh deeper to Atlanta, Macot
Jacksonville, St.Aoenttlna an Tampa, Fl.
Aro Pullman aleecer to Mew Orleani. Cos
ct at Guthrie lot point Eait and WeU H
HwH not carry "ocal paaseng'er forpoita NerU.
J C. HOOE. Ajrt.
fflm Table No, 4 Taking Effecl
November 17, 1912-
No. 12 Leave Hopkinsville 6.30 a.rr
Arrive Nashville... 9:45 a.m
mi ... T TT V Ml r i-
4 utuivt: nuun.iiiavi.it: 0:411 u.ui
Arrive Nashville.. .7:00 p. r
WEST B JUND.
Ne. U Leave Nashville ....7:55 a.rr
Arrive Hopkinsville 11:10 a.rr
N, 13 Leave Nashville 5:00 p.rt
Arrive Hopkinsville 8:15 p.m
T L. MORROW, Agent.
A GOOD PLACE TO GO.
When you come to town bring
the family an1 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
bufr prevents the eggs from
hatching. Is convenient to
use. Does not run or spread
fills the cracks. A posi
tive exterminator and pre
ventive. Maole by the
Sold by Druggists and Groc
ers at 25c per bt. with Brush
Mid A Now Man Of Him.
MX waa Buffering from pain in my
ttomacb, bead and back," writes H.
T, Alaton, Balelgb, N. C, "and my
lim and kidneys did not work right,
bat f our bottlss o Xloctrio JDitters
m4 u fMl lik a new man."
MiCC JH CTK. AT ALL IKU STMES.
(Htllfliid's 0pert throe
Thursday, Jan, 16.
Skc's Tte Tiat Of tic 1m
The Success of 2 Continents
T&e New AmiterdB,NewYork,
maiumf e n Em
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"Every Littl Movement
Beaattful Scenery. Electrical and Mechanical
PRICES: Lower floor, 75c, $1.00
and $1.50. Gallery, 25c and 60c
DR. FEIRSTEIN, Dcnlist
Waller & Trice
m DR. L. GRACE
Office in Hopper Build
ing, Opp. Court House.
For a First-Class
Telephone No 1114,
BUCKETS SEEDS SUCCEED 1
iltia ta bnlld New Bulling A trial irlll VJ,
ninreyou our pemusent customer.
Prize CoUectlon !uuh H ?"' ,-'
11 1 he finest : Trl. 1 NtndJd : O.U.. bril Tarle.
llei i JO prl.t....ri.r h.iu Ki ranctUt In all.
UCAltA.MKf.l) TO I'LtAiE.
Write to-day; Mention this Paper.
SEND 10 CENTS
to eew poaWf d packicf aad rc.n thU valuabU
cchhcuoq ot iFaft pMtpaiti, ioftthir with my hi
i w tuwi ui um Tinun ox &aOJ, ructs tic
kH.W. Buckbee. SKSW
Mail Order Concerns
They, hare ncret cotIbuted
cent to lurtherisg too intftctt
ot om town
.Every cent received bj tbea
from thi cotnmuairr w direct
lot to oui merchant
In almost ever cate thek
price can be met right here,
without delar in recmnng good
and the pouibQity of mittake
The natural human bait b to
buy where good ate cbcapeat.
Local pride U tuuall tecond.
aiy in the bp me of Itfo 4
Mr. Merchant and Bctlna
Man, meet your compctSton
with tLeir own weapoa
The local field U jut. AH
you Bcod do ic to a vail yew
tf oi the opportunkie ofefed.
An advtrtitemeot in thi paper
will cany yout meatae iftta
huodted of home in thi cet
of killus your Bcatit com
petit oj. A ipace thi be
won't cot much. Coate U
aad Me u a bout k.
WIM aeamkt.M Ssaa iLm W My
tt amj iwwn BtWi p .paja aWr
M O CaJwa, Ot n
rap o cats, one
ar, rwnilU to ease, aaaefM
raMM. 7o cm giebiii1 pern iWt a
tsMpAOH erf tbe asUrtacs. Bfe ts a
UflrksKtre Cfclc. h 0M9 al ate
buttor, ono tetoon ,1, or
enough to roll tho tMuammu of as
Inch. Iktko In a quick area for abwtt
Choebiato Wafers. Om hi mt Hit
ter, two cups ot sugar, Jfcree cap at
flour, four ega, two mh of grate
chocolate, .- teaapooa f o4, m
Balt ri qulte In mi Wka la a fee
starch, one cup of flow, mm bMikg
teAayoee ot baking poweir, two
t wKa of oqs egg, one teaupeoa ot
gntte4 nutmeg. Beat th buUr aad
I agar to a cream, odd Ue $gg. weti
boatea, then sift in Um ftour, cora-
BtRKUi, baking powder md mittaag.
Mix Into a nice dough. It too dry add
a very litUo milk. D1yM into aaall,
plecea, pat them flat, brMh them over
with the beaton wh( o ot aa egg and
sprinkla over -with graawlated sugar.
Place apart on buttered jaaas and bake
in a moderately warm oraa until done.
BLEACHING LINEN IN HOUSE
Good SubaUtuta for &m and Qraaa,
Which la, of Couree, the Set
Way Ooin H.
Tba Tery beet ana aatfw 9km ft
bleacklng anbleaohed Haw and set
ton la tha good old meOwd tued In
our grandjoetbenr dars t wattta
th mteiial thocougkly ad antaadJag
It oa the clean grass la 4W taM aa
that tt may do the work. Tbe matt
rial la made wot again aateh Utae U
becomes dry, and after a taw dayw It
will have become aott a&4 Qoe In
texture and! of a beautiful snowy
white, simply throasb natnxe's assets.
But It time, space and a propitious
season are lacking, the beet way la to
aeak the material for over night In a
rinsing water containing javelle wa
ter, an ordinary washing iuld, which,
judiciously used, do4 bc materially
woalcen tho fibers ot clothing wbUe
bleaching It very nicely. Aboat a cup
ful, with the rlnae water4 for each tub
is ordinarily used and the ctotblog la
left In tho rinse water tor a longer
or shorter time, according Ho ita
For your unbleached linens and
cottons you might use two eupfula of
Javells to the tub and let them soak
several hours or even over Right.
T.hen rinse thoroughly, btae, and ex-.
pose while quite wet to the sun and
air. It will probably not be neces
sary to repeat- the treatment, and
each repeated washing will whiten
them more and mora.
To Dry-Clean Curtain.
To dry-clean fine lace curtains at
home, shake curtains thoroughly to
remove dust; fold a clean sheet once
across, spread it upon tbe floor and
place the curtain upon it. Mix to
gether corn meal and powdered borax,
one teaspoonful of borax to one pint
of corn meaL Sprinkle generously
over first curtain, lay another curtain
upon It, proceed aa before and eon
tinuo until you have spriakled tke
mixture on all tbe curtains to be
When all are done and there is a
last layer of the mixture oa to, begin
at tho end of the sheet aad roll up
tightly. Lay away tbe bandla lor tea
days, at tb!e end of which time, if re
moved and carefully Bbakea, the cur
tains will be foa&d beautifully,
cleansed. It th-ero are wrinkles they
may be pressed otit wjb'a hot boa.
Recipe for Cottage Cheese.
Place Bour .milk in vessel oa back
of stove and let tt warm gradually.
Take care that the milk does not be
come hot, aa this will make tbe card
tough and bard to digest When tbe
curd is separated from tbe whey a
process hastened by the application of
heat pour into a bag aad let drip
until the wbey 1b removed. Turn card
into a dish, season to suit taste with
salt and pepper, mold into little balls
or pats, or stir with a fork, tbea pile
lightly on dish. A little cream may be
added to the curd along with tbe e
For tbe housekeeper there Is a
cloth-bound blank book with indexed
edges, planned for recipes. It is prleed
at 76 cents, and just at this seaaea.
when one is newly opening up oae's
borne and gathering all odds aad eade
together, it will undoubtedly prove of
much use, for old recipes may be
copied into it and clippinja pasted la,
and many odda and estds of paper s
One egg, one tablespoon powdered
sugar, ono tablespoon of flour, oae
tablespoon of butter. Mix at oaee.
Stripe on pan with kalfe very tkla.
Cut flae stripo ot alaaoad; spriakla
oa top of cookies. Cut ot wita torsi
cutter. Bake in Bsederat orea.
Soak prunes over nlgbt aad eeek ua
til tender. Drain tbe Juke fraea tka.
and cut the fruit Into sb-reds. Arraate
on a lettuce leaf, sprinkle with peeaa
meats and cover with creasa drsesiag.
Sock si'tjtl Iash.y StA0
nlhusfsso Over Me that
fcswid am aM It a
Any kind of neat ssay a eeed j
ecd feast beet. Tee reetjae laakw
'cur tanre cupet One ft of lean
'itt cheeped sr ret In very small
fees. Reason , with a level, teaspoon
t K<, a 8Hr of pi after and n
cent tcaspee f me. Mtx taorougb-r-
Put half a cue of milk ht a sauc
n; mid two tabrespooesef dried
'"d crumbs and cook until smooth
-"icve from fire. Add two tablespoonrt
' " t rnd two well beaten, cggn. Then
1 tho ment to tho bread Mixture
I n well mixed fill greased custard
"T. stand tliom in a Bhallew pan of
oillrg ivator, covered with greased
nod'bako about, half an hour in
i moderate oven. EarWer In tho day
nako some tomato sauce; one can of
omatoes, two or three fteVons (if you
"are for onions), salt aad pcpner.
Cook slowly until the oalons are soft
When ready to serve place a generous
amount of the sauce upon each plate
and turn one of the cups upside down
la the center of the sauce. Have
tho sauce cold and tbe cup mixture
hot. This may sound troublesome,
but It is quickly and easily made.
NOVELTY IN TABLE COVERS
Of Tapestry Edged With Metal Galloon
They Are an Effective Or
nament Extremely effective are the covers
for tho table in tbe library or living
room made ot tapestry, edged witb
tho 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 tbe designs,
this being the cass especially with the
changeable effects. The cover Is cut
to fit the tqp exactly- or may be made
In the 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 'the
edgo and sometimes a second band,
paralleling this a few inches from tbe
edge, is Used.
A cover of this sort is not only ar
tistic, but has remarkable wearing
It may be said In passing that ehb'ft
lengths of tbe tapestry are often to be
found at much under regulation price.
Agents' samples are especially well
adapted to covors ot this sort
One-half cup flour, one teaspoon
eream of tartar sifted witb tbe flour,
two teaspoons BUgar, two tablespoon?
of milk, one egg, one large teaspoon
of cocoa or chocolate, a pinch of salt
Cook In deep fat Serve with vanilla
sauce. Enough for family ot three.
Vanilla Sauce One cup sugar, half
teaspoon of cornstarch; mix in tbt
sugar dry, then add half a cup of boll
Ing water, a little at a time. Let It
boll five minutes until it looks Hlct
sirup, then add tho yolk of one egg
well beaten, and piece of butter size o
walnut Whip all together well, tbei
add half a teaspoonful of vanilla. D
not boil after the egg is added.
Baked Apples With Icing.
Wash, pare and cere as many largt
tpples as are required. Fill tbe ap
pies with two teaspoonfuls ot dried
ourrantB, ono-quarter teaspoonful of
ground cinnamon, one level teaspoon
ful of butter. Batee them until they
aro cooked. Let tbe. apples cool and
remove them to another dish, Ice tbe
tops and sides with any kind ot cake
icing and put thes back into tbe
oven and brown ttfem slightly. After
taking them out of Che oven place a
;eahdled cherry oa top at each apple
Servo them withream.
Good Stove Llrrinf),
A good stove 'Mnfog, one that will
lat two years or more, can be made
from blue clay. Brick play, r one
that does not coatain much sand, is
eood. also. Clay found in salt water
marshes is one of the best tor stove
linings. The clay must be reduced to
a pasto. about like putty. The bed for
lining should be brushed clean and
moistened before the clay Is applied
Put on with hands' smooth with
trowel or thin pleco of board. Home
Department National Magazine.
To Make an Asbestos Mat
An asbestos pad for the table maj
be made in this way: Get enough
asbestos paper to cover the table witb
double thickness. From a couple ot
old sheets cut two pieces the size ol
the table. Baste the asbestos papet
between them and quilt it on tbe sew
ing machine, using a long stitch. Thli
Is necessary, as the paper tears and
pulls apart easily. Put this pad oe
tbe table under your silence cloth aad
(hero will be no marks made oa thr
polished surface by hot dishes.
Cut tender stalks of celery late tbie
slices and cook in salted water till
tender. Uso but tittle wator, letting
It cook slowly so that there Is but Ifr
Up left when tho colory is done. Add
aufllclent cream or rich aallk to almost
cover, season with salt aad a dash of
cayenne and add aufflcleet flour mojet
enod In a little cold 4.tk to make a
thick, creamy sauce.. Put over rouads
of buttered toast aad serve at oaee.
a Lemsn Juice.
It Is surprising how much store
Juice you can get from the heated
lmion. Place the lom&a. la a heated
ovim. and it will yield .tee e jwlee taes
qno that is squeezed wties Gold.
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