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HOPKINSVUxli UNtDULlAN, JAftOAtt t
TUe Card No. 124
'"Effective Sunday April 90, 1911
TRAINS GOING SOUTH.
, 98 C. ft N 0. Lim. 11:56 p. a
He. 51 St. L. Express 5:35 p. ir
Nn. pon!vf0 Limited. 10:41 n. m.
It. 96. Dixie Flyer, 9:01 a. to
IN, f6 Hopkinsvillo Ac. 7:08 a. tr
He.JM St. L. Fast Mail 5:33 a. tn
TRAINS GOING NORTH.
frjfe. 92 C. ft St. L. Urn., 5:25 a. tt
Mt. 62 St. Louis Express, 9:53 a.
No. 98 Dixie Limited, 7:03 a. m.
H. 94. Dixie Flyer, 6:52 p. m
X; 66 Hopkinsvillo Ac. 8:55 p. xz
M. 64 St. L. Fist Mail, 10:12 p. to
No. 95 and 94 will make Nos. 90
and 91'8 stops except 94 will not stop
t Hannington and No. 95 will
net stop at Mannington or Empire
X. 5 and 54 connect at Su Lonli and othtj
Jt. 51 connects at Guthrie for Memphli Un
Stat a far south a Erin and for LsbUtI
CIsstBSfctl and t Eut.
; Me. 53 and 55 make direct conn at Gnt
ih'lK LonlsTtllc, Cincinnati and all point
cart and eait thereof. No. 53 ant 55 also cor
for Memphis indwar points.
o. 92 rani throifh to Chi capo and will en
rjr oawenrer to point South ( EraatTll
He, 93throneh sleepers to Atlanta, Maco
Jacksonville, St. AoetisUm an Tampa, FU.
Alra 1 nllmm sleepers to rtew uncus, ij
f sets at Gnthrie for points East and West. N
jNwir not carry ocxl passengers forpotti North
I J,C. HOOE. Agt.
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Ig-c Arrive xsasnviue... v.io a.m
mm, 14 jjeave nopninsvnie 0:40 p.m
Arrive Nashville.. .7:00 p. m
WEST B UND.
w(Ne. 11 Leave Nashville 7:55 a.n
suf Arrive Hopkinsville 11:10 a.rx
HoJfe. 13 Leave Nashville o:00 p.n
"i ; it i.r :n. 0.1c -
Arrive Hopkinsville 8:15 p.rr
T. h. MORROW, Agent
A GOOD PLACE TO GO.
When you come to town bring
.the family an I let them see
'Matfnee Daily2 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
buf-. prevents the eggs from
B hatching. Is convenient to
. use. Does not run or spread
t fills the cracks. A posi
tive exterminator and pre
,"1 venative. Made by the
Anderson-Fo w 1 e r
Sold by Druggists and Groc-
( era at zdc per du. wiun Drusn
' . for applying.
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Mad A Nw Man Of Him.
MI wu Buffering from pain in nay
stomach, bead and back," writes H.
T. Alston, Raleigh. N. O, "and. nay
liver and kidneys did not work right,
tmt four kettles i Xleetrie Hitters
Biede me feel like a new man."
HUM M tTf. AT AU. MUM STMES.
Ok. Ladfr Safe Adrict
Knoxtllle, Tewt.-Mrs. Mamie
Towe, of 102 W. Mate Strt, this
city, says: "If you had an me, be
fore I began to take Cardu', ycu
would not think I was the sme per
son. Six doctors failed to do me
good, and my friends thought I
would die. I could hardly get out
of bed or walk. At last an old ladv
advised me. to take Cardui, and now
I can go most anywhere." Allaillrg
women n?ed Cardui, as a gcRtle, re
freshing tonic, specially adapted to
their neculiar ailments." It Is a re
liable, vegetable remedy, successful
ly used for over 50 years. You
ought to try it.
AU partfe3 holding claims against
the estate of J. F. Garnttt.deceasid
are notified to file same properl
proven with mv attorneys, Trimble &
Bell, Hopkinsville. Ky., on or befor
February 15th, 1913.
WILMOTH GARNETT, Extrx
J F. GARNEIT, deceased
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ing, Opp. Court House.
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iDAwrms for cooky w
Mnm etui (Mmller C
II O Qefcsa.-Tpee at ffr, as
0( MkSK, MM effC BMm Wtf tkt
Mfeitae. Oroft o greM4 fmm aboei a
of Um Mixture. Beke m a
lewst, est teaspoon ot
la half a een of cold waW, a
feon of mX, one teaspoee ot aMlted
bwtter, oe teaspoon of gteajec, deer
enouh to roll tho thVelaeea c aa
Inch. Bako in a quick otm toe aeeet
CboenUto "Wafers. Oss ep of set
ter, twe cups of 88 gar, three ea
flour, fow eggs, two cups.e nmUd
chocolate, oqo tcaBpoon 9 m&iK eee
t&aspoon of cream of tarter, tHO
colt. Roll quite thin and befca ta a hei
Crystal Cokes. One cj f batter,
one cup of sugar, threo eees of cora
ls tarch, oco oup of flour, se bf4M
teaspoon of baking powder, two em,
white ef one egg, ono teaepeoei of
grated natmog. Beat tb batter aad
sugar to a cream, add tlM-eggs, veil
beaton, then sift in the floor, ootb
Btarch, baking powder ajsd aataeg.
Mix Into a nlco dough. If too dry add
a very little milk. DWi4e Jsfeo small
pieces, pat them flat, brasfa tbam ever
with the beaten whl'o of.aa egg and
sprinkle over with gTanalatad tugaft.
Place apart on buttered pass aad bate
In a moderately warm 6ms. aotll dona.
BLEACHING LINEN IN HOUSE
Good Substitute for Sun and Grass,
Which Is, of Course, tho Best
Way of Doing It
Tho very best and safest plan for
bleaching unbleached linen nad cot
ton is the good old method used In
our grandmothers' days of wetting
tho material thoroughly and spreading
it on tae clean grass in the full eon
that It may do tho work. The mate
rial Is made wet again each tlm It
becomes dry, and after a few days it
will have become soft and fine in
texture and of, a beautiful snowy
white, simply through nature's agents.
But if time, space and a propitious
season are lacking, the best way is to
soak tho material, for over night in a
rinsing'-water' Containing Javello wa
ter, .an ordinary washing fluid, which,
judiciously u'sedjr does not materially
weaken the fibers of clothing while
bleaching It very nicely. About a cup
ful with the rinse water for each tub
is ordinarily used and tho clothing Is
left in the rinse water for a longer
or shorter time, according to Its
For your unbleac&ed linens aad
cottons you might use- two cupfuls of
Javelle to the tub and let them soak
several hours or even over night.
Then rinse thoroughly, blue, and ex
pose while quite wet to the sun and
air. It will probably not bo neces
sary to repeat the treatment, and
each repeated washing will whites
them more and more.
To Dry-Clean Curtains.
To dry-clean fine lace curtains at
home, shake curtains thoroughly to
removo dust; fold a clean sheet onco
across, spread It upon the 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 as before and con
tinue until you have sprinkled the
mixture on, all the curtains to be
When all are done asd there is a
last layer of the mixture on top, begin
at the end of tho sheet and roll up
tightly. Lay away the bundle for ten
days, at tho end of which time, ff re
moved and carefully shakon, the car
tains will be found beautifully
cleansed. If there ore wrinkles they
may bo pressed out with a hot iron.
Recipe for Cottage Cheses.
Place sour milk In vessel os back
of stove and let it warm gradually.
Take caro that the milk does not be
come hot, as this will mako the curd
tough and hard to digest When the
curd is separated from the whey a
process hastened by the application of
heat-pour Into a bag and let drip
until the whey Is removed. Turn curd
into a dish, season to suit taste with
salt and popper, mold into little balls
or pats, or stir with a fork, then pile
lightly on dish. A little cream may be
added to tho curd along with the see
For the housekeeper there Is a
cloth-bound blank book with indexed
edges, planned for recipes. It is priced
at 76 cents, and Just at this eeaaoa,
when one la nowly opening up oae's
homo and gathering all odds and es.de
together, it will undoubtedly prove e(
much use, for old recipes may be
copied into It and clippings pasted la.
and many odds ana enas ot paper ee
One egg, one tablespoon powdered
sugar, one tablespoon of flour, oae
tablespoon of butter. ' Mix at osa.
B tribe on pan with knife very tfcla.
Cut line stripes of almond; sprlakle
on top of cookies. Cat out with fera
cutter. Bako in moderate evea,
Bosk prunes over night aad eook aa-
til tender. Drain the juice freea ueat
and cut the fruit into shrede. An-a
on a lettuce leaf, spribkle wttk pees
neata and cover with creess deeiiseg.
MOCK MUO EASILY MADE
CNMr$c RtvtlMMiMritlft &if4mr W'lfl TPInfc
A-ar kteii or sMSx afcr t seed. I
reaet beeCT Tfce reetiw asaftM
four term cape: One ptai ef lean
meat, eaweped e eat 1st
pieces. Seaeea -eita.a level
of eait a Mttea-ee-a of punter aad a
want teaspoon ef sae. Mix theroeajb-
ly. Put half a ep of milk la a eaaee
7n: add twe tablespoons ef dried
"ire ad crumbs and cook until smooth,
temovo from Are. Add two tablespoons
"Hitter and two well beate eaja Then
'dd tho meat to the bread mixture.
Vhon woll mixed All greaeed ceatard
ups, stand them In a shallow pan of
Volllng Vratar, covered with greased
eper and bake about half an hour in
i moderate oven. Earlier In the day
mako some tomato sauce: oae caa of
tomatoos, two or threo onions (If yoa
care for onions), salt and pepper
Cook slowly until tho ofilons are soft
When ready to servo place a generous
aaaqunt of the sauce upon each plate
and turn ono of the cups upside down
In tho center of the sauce. Have
the sauce cold and the 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 Effectlvs or
nament Extremely effective are the covers
for tho table in the library or living
room made of tapestry, edged with
the metal galloon. Tho shops oner
the wool, or wool and Bilk tapestry, in
unusually handsomo combinations of
colors. Somo tapestries have tho met-
thrends woven into the designs.
this being the caso especially with the
changeable effects. The cover Is cut
to fit tho top exactly or may bo made
In the form of a long runner hanging
well over the ends or sides of tho ta
ble; or, In some caries, it is made
square, hanging down on all four
A banding of the galloon finishes the
edge and sometimes a second band,
paralleling thl a few inches from the
edge, is used.
A cover of this sort is not only ar
tistic, but has remarkable wearing
It may be said in passing that short
lengths of the- tapestry are often to be
found at much? under regulation prico.
Agents samples are especially well
adapted to covers ef this sort
One-halt cup flour, one teaapooD
eream of tartar sifted with the flour,
two teaspoons sugar,, two tablespoons
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 faaiily ef three.
Vanilla Sauce One- cap sugar, half
teaspoon of cornstarch; mix in the
sugar dry, then add' half a cup of boll
lng water, a little at a time. Let It
boll five minutes untH it looks like
sirup, then a$d the1 yolk of one egg
well beaten, and piece of butter size o
walnut Whip -all together well, theit
add half a teaspoonful ot vanilla. D'
not boll after the egg is added.
Baked Apples- With lclng.
Wash, pare and' core as many large
apples as are required. Fill the ap
ples with two teaspeonfuls of dried
currants, one-quarter teaspoonful of
ground cinnamon, one level teaspoon
ful of butter. Bake them until they
aro cooked. Let the apples cool and
remove them to anether dish, lco the
tops and Bides with any kind of cake
Icing and put them back into the
oven and brown them slightly. After
talcing them oub of the oven place a
candied cherry on top of each apple
Sei-ve them with: cream.
Good Stove Lining.
A good stove llring, one that' will
last two yeare or more, can be made
from blue clay. Brick clay, or one
that does not contain ranch sand, la
good, also. Clay found in salt water
marshes Is one of the best for stove
linings. The clay muBt be reduced to
a paste, about like putty. The bed for
lining should bo brushed clean and
molBtened before the clay Is applied.
Put on with hands, smooth with
trowel or thin piece of board. Home
Department, National Magazine.
To Make an Asbestos Mat
An asbestos nad for the table mv
be made in this way: Oet'enoogb
asbestos paper to cover the table irKo
double thickness. From a couple ot
old sheets cut two pieces the size of
the table. Baste the asbestos papet
between them and quilt it on the sew
lng machine, nslng a long stitch. This
is necessary, as mo paper tears and
nulla anart easily. Put this nd n
the table under your silence cloth and
there will be no marks made on th
polished surface by hot dishes.
Cut tender stalks of celery into tala
slices and cook in salted ' water till
tender. Use but little 'water, letting
It cook slowly so that there la but IR
tie left when the celery is done, Add
sufficient cream or rlca milk to almost
cover, season with salt and a dosk of
cayenne and add sutteleat flour moist
ened in a little cold sailk to make a
thick, creamy sauce. Put over rouads
of buttered toast aad serre at oaoa,
It is surprising how much urn
Juice yoa eaa get frow tiw aawtsd
lemon, riace ue leaaoa la a
oven, aad it will yield mora Juice
oae that Is soweesed wkea Mid.
I OAKRV TH MOST OOMILtTI LINK OF
Staple and Fancy
Of wiy bow to th city.
want something good to tat. '
Country Produc Bought and Sold.
Nk Line Fruit, and Candy Always On Hand.
J. K. TWY MAN
204 South Main
McClaid & Armstrong
GRANITE, AND MARBLE MONUMENTS,
CUT STONE, ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WORK.
Marble Yards and Office N. Mam Street, Between 1st and 2nd Sta.
CEMENT AND LIVWJES FOR. SALE
Cumb. Telephone -490. Hopkinsville, Kentucky.
"HONEST GOODS AT HONEST PRICES."
FOR RELIABLE WATCBES AND JEWELRY.
You must go to a Reliable, Competent and Experienced Dealer.
We make a specialty of Fine and Reliable time-pieces for all pur
poses. Quality Guaranteed Best, prices lowest.
JAS. H. SKARRY,
The Peoples' Jeweler and Optician, Watch Inspector L. &.N. R. R
If You Buy It From Skarry It's Good.
FREQ A. PARKER, D. 0.
Sks. Phone 484.
Phoenta Building V-JP 1 JC--s
DR R L BRADLEY
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist
Office. Ibfirmarv and Shoeintr Forge
8th, bet- Main and Water Sts.
Office Phone. 21J.
Night Phone, 127.
Night Phone Home, 1479.
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support, and possesses all the virtu e aa abdominal belt, with
none of Us iacenveeleHc.
WUNCARTIN BUM.. Mlrt.
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MARTHAID. BEARD,, D. O
Res. Phono 511.
1 Jmc Hopkinsville, Ky
Treats a1' diseases of domesticated
animals scientifically and performs all
operations known to the Veterinary
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protession. special attention given ,
io the 8hoe;ng of hor3eg wUh dia
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Give Stout "Figure
Slender LiriM Without
reduce hips and
abdomen one to
five inches, firmly
support the bust
and abdomen, coax
the flesh into long,
slender lines, and
hold the figure
erect and graceful.
IS.OO to $6.00
4k St. aauj kWdway, Nw Yeic
at This Office.
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