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opkinsville Kentuckian.
PvMMHMi jErwry Other Df
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MOftNINGS, BY
CHAS. M. MEACHAM.
UMfrd tth notktnrrlll PotofBc aa Second
CUum Mail Matter.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES:
ONE YEAR .- $2.00
IX MONTHS 1.00
THREE MONTHS. 60
SINGLE COPIES 5c
AdvertlelnglRntos on Applications
812 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
A brand new 3tunt was pulled off
in Evansville last week as a joke on
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kohn, a
bridal couple. Their friends got
tmt a four pDgo extra announcing all
the details of the wedding and sold
them at the depot as they were
boarding their train. One corres
pondent described the marriage as a
jppe:ial from the ringside at Reno
and another said the wedding march
fas "Everybody's Doing It."
The bride's parents were highly in
dignant and appealed to the police
to suppress the "extra."
What Makes a Woman?
One hundred and twenty pounds,
More or less, of bone and muscle
don't make a woman. Its a good
foundation. Put into it health and
strength and she may rule a king
dom. But that's just what Electric
Bitters give her. Thousands bles3
thtm fr ovei coming f aiming and
dizzy spells and for dispelling weak
ness, nervousness, backache and
tired, listless, worn out feeling.
"Electric Bitters have done me a
world of good," writes Eliza Pool,
Depew. Okla., "and I thank you,
with all my heart, for making such
a good medicine." Guaranteed by
All Druggists.
Advertisement.
Past and Present.
"We know that we are moro fortunate
Jban our fathers. We believe that our
Children shall be happier than we.
tye know that this century Is more en
lightened than tho last We believe
that the time to come will be better
and more glorious than this. We
think, we believe, we hope, but we
do not know. Across that threshold
yra may not pass; behind that veil we
may not penetrate. Into that country
t may not be for us to go. It Say
be vouchsafed to us to behold It, won
deringly, from afar, but never to enter
In. It matters not The age in which
,we live is but a link in tho endless and
1 rhnin. Our lives nrn Hkn tha
- .
sands upon the shore; our voices like
the breath of the cummer breeze that J
stirs the leaf for a moment and is for-1
of ton Whpnro Wfi hnvfi -nmn nnH
Tvhlther we shall go, not one of us can
tell. And the last survivor of this
mighty multitude shall stay but a littlr
while. Henry Armltt Brown.
You've Seen 'Em.
The boss was taking the new stenog
rapher to task.
"You Bing too much urlng busi
ness hours."
"Surely a girl may bo allowed
to
lng at her work."
"But you don't do any work. You
ought to be a stenographer In a
musical comedy."
Mail Carriers Will Fly.
This is an age of ereatdiscoverieF.
Progress rides on the air. Soon wej
may see Uncle Sam's mail carriers
flying in all directions, transporting
mil. People take a wonderful in
terest in a discovery that benefits
thern. That'a why Dr. King'd New
Discovery for Coughs, Colds and
other throat and lung diseases is the
roost popular medicine in America .
"It cured me of a dreadful cough,"
writes Mrs. J F Davis, S ickrey
Corner, Me., "after doctor's treat
ment and all other remedies had
failed." For coughs, colds or any
bronchial affecti n it's unequajed.
Price 50c and 51.00. Trial 'bot
tle free at All Druggists. '
Adrertlicment.
No Progress.
No progress was made Thursday
toward concluding peace between
the Balkan States and Turkey, tha
Fowers failing to send their collec
tive note to Turkey.
CASTOR 1 A
For Infants and Children.
Thi Kind You Havs Always Bought
Bears tho
Signature
Nice Quiet Place.
DM you find a nice quiet place to
the season?" "Tea," replied Mr.
flrewtlw. "Everybody 1m tn the
featity vest away aid I aty4 base."
WiUtM War.
RESULTS TELL
Tfat CuBeNt Dbt AM
The Results In BtpkhttYife.
Results tell the tale.
All doubt is removed.
The te3imony of a Hopkinsville
citiczen can be easily investigated.
What better proof can be had?
Mrs. J. H. 0D4nlel, 602 O'Neal
St.. Hopkinsville, Ky. says: "I can
recommend Doan's Kidney Pills for
they have done me a great deal of
good, whenever I have had occasion
tousathem. For some time I had
suffered from pains in my back and
sides and other troubles, arising
from weak kidneys. Seeing Doan's
Kidney Pills highly recommended in
the papers, I got a box and used
them as directed. They quickly
cured me and I know that they are
the best kidney remedy to be had.
I always advise friends and acquain
tance to give them a trial."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the Unit
ed States.
Remember the name Doan's
and take no other.
Advertisement.
MAY BE WHITE HOUSE BRIDE.
Tho advent of a presidential house
hold with three marriageable daugb
ters forming a port of It something
unprecedented arouses Washington
society to speculation as to tho possl
bllity of one or more White House
weddings during tho Wilson adminis
tration.
Although tho WilBon sisters are
known as "bachelor maids," there is
ever a tendency toward romance in
tho lives of tho younger occupants of
tho historic mansipn, and therefore
the possibility that one or moro of tho
Wilson girls will bring about a chango
of title.
A delver into the romances of tho
mansion has called attention to the
old thirteen superstition by discover
ing that the next White Houso bride
will be the thirteenth. Alice Roose
velt, the last White House bride, was
tho twelfth. The one before that was
Frances Folsom, who became Mrs.
Grover Cleveland. Emily Piatt, a
niece of President Hayes, was mar
ried in the White Houbo during her
uncle's administration, to Gen. Rus
sell Hasting.
The question asked now is whether
one of the Wilson girls will flout su
perstition and become the thirteenth
White Houso bride.
Insect Bite Costs Leg.
A Boston man lost his leg from
the bite of an insect two years be
fore." Tn avert such calamities from
stings and bites of insects use Buck
len's Arnica SbIv promptly to kill
the poison and prevent irfhtnmation,
swelli-'g and pain. Heals burns,
boils, ulcers, pilts, ecz-ma, cuts,
bruises. Only 25 cents at All Drug
gists. Advertisement.
REBUILDING A STEGASARU3.
Down at the national museum a
squad of scientists are rehabilitating
a 8tegasarus whoso spirit fled to tho
I happy hunting grounds somo millions
of years ago.
This particular Btegasarus who was.
known familiarly as an armored dino
saur, scampered about the lowlands
of Colorado some aeons before Adam
and Eve made their appearance in tho
Garden of Eden. Nothing 1b known
of his genealogy except In a general
way, and tho immediate members of
his family left no traces behind.
About thirty years ago a scientist
discovered this Btegasarus in many
pieces, ossified to a boulder. Tho
boulder was brought to Washington
in fragments, and about a year ago
hammer and chisel were put to .work
removing Btegasarus from boulder.
Tho work of putting his body and
limbs together has just started, and
tho scientists aro confident that when
their labor Is completed they will
have a sure-enough specimen that
will pass muster in any menagerie.
It Is estimated that when he
romped about the world in tho jueras
sic period ho carried about ten tons of
bono and body.
The Choice of a Husband
is too important a matter for a wo
man to be handicapped by weakness,
bad blood or foul breath. Avoid
j these kill-hopes by taking Dr King's
Life Pil's. New strength, f?e com
'plexion, pure breath, cheerful spir
itsthings that win men follow
IE
U3e. Easy, safe, sure. 25c. All
Drugcists.
Advertisement.
Riders.
"In some .cases," eatd the industrial
expert, "wo And that the by-product Is '
more important than the original artl-1
cle." MI bare noticed that," replied .
Senator Borghum. "In coapacUoavttfc
UPKoprtatk bitts." .v
THE WORK OF
A REAL SCHOOL
Bui Tttctors Art ts Enotiil
is Mfdtots.
ITEREST THE; Q3MMUKITY,
The Wonderful Work of Pupllt and In
structors at tha Thorn Hill ScHool.
Children Take a Real Interest In
Their Studies.
Perched upon a hill which overlooks
a number of nouses that appear to bo
playing leapfrog in their endeavor to
get Into tho valley is Thorn Hill
school. In these homes there aro no
rich people, and many of tho girls
and mothers are forced to go Into tho
bottling works to help swell tho Satur
day pay roll Naturally one would
not expect a splendid building in such
a community nor well kept grounds
aor a strong school spirit But all of
these things seem to be In tho forming
at present
Tho exterior ci the school Is rather
shabby. Some palings are missing
from the fence, there Is no walk, and
the doors are scarred. Inside the
desks and furniture are mostly old,
but thcro aro decorations, and they nre
child made throughout The white
1IAKI.VO BASKETS AT KECE88.
curtains that temper the sunlight are
plain, but have been neatly stenciled
In bright, pleasing colors. The big
ugly doorway between the two rooms
is fringed with a unique portiere,
which would puzzle the ordinary mor
tal as to its manufacture. The secret
of the large and many colored beads.
that are strung on heavy cords, is that
they are made from wall paper. The
children had got huge books of sam
ples of wall paper, cut the paper Into
strips and rolled them Into beads.
A line of nails In the door frame
showed n bravo display of baskets of
all shapes nnd sizes. There was no
effort at any slavish pattern, for each
child had made a basket the size and
shape he or she wished. That the
work has proved fascinating Is shown
by the fact that half of recess time
Is usually voluntarily given to this
work. As the boys have become adept
In the use of willow they have been
urged to make small stools at home
and bring them to school to be topped
with strong aud beautiful basketry.
The teachers have realized the full
value of this work, for they are ar
ranging for the older boys to cut and
prepare the bnsket willows from the
plants along the streams In the neigh
borhood. This will nllow the child to
take the raw material as.lt occurs in
nature and tnnku it Into the finished
product with the added value that
artistic handwork gives.
Gradually this sane activity upon
the part of the children and their
teachers has caught and held the In
terest of the cominuulty. in a com
paratively short time the parents have
TIIOHN HILL SCHOOL.
seen that the children would be helped
by more finger work and a better per
ception of form and color. As there
was no money beyond the bare con
duct of the school the teachers and
the parents gave a social and box
party. The proceeds of tho entertain
ment have been used to engage the
services of an art teacher, who comes
out from Frankfort twice n week.
A school garden is being planned for
the coming spring, but for fear they
may be disappointed at tho last mo
ment the children have arranged to
cultivate small plots at home. These
aro to be entered in the contest which
Is carried on under tho auspices of the
Franklin County Fair association.
nOW MTJCII MOKE COULD BE
DONE IF THEY flAD A BUILDING
WHICn WAS HANDSOME ENOUGH
TO GAIN TnEIB RESPECT no one
can tell, but they have taken what was
at hand and with a fine spirit gone to
work to make U as'clllclent as possible
and as close to the activities of the
community as possible, and tbey hurt
succeeded. Unckr such conditions the
building will follow before long. In
the meantime the teachers and the
parents have tbo consolation of know
ing that although a school is much
better for bavkig a flae, omfrtabie
tx)U4ty, U apMytUttt7 wfcbwet Vt
'piifiC
flopkinsYille Market
Qmlatiiis.
Corrected Jan'y 8, 1913.
Ketail Grocery Fhicra
Country lard, good color and clean
14c and 16a per pound.
Country bacon. 16c per pound.
Black-ej'ed peas, ?3 .25 per bushel
Country Bhoulders, 12Jc pound.
Country hams, 20c per pound.
Irish potatoes, $1.00 per bushel.
Northern eating Rural potatoes
$1.00 per bushel
Texas eating onions, $1 SO pe
bushel
Red eating oniona,$l SO per bushel
Dried Navy beans, $3.40 pei
bushel
Cabbage, 1J cents a pound.
Dried Lima beans, 10c per pound.
Country dried 1. apples, 10c per
pound, 3 for 25c
Daisy cream cheese, 26c mi
pound
FcJl cream brick cheese, 25c pe
round
Fu' cream Limberger cheese, 25
pei pound
Popcorn.dried on ear,2c per pound
Fresh Eggs 30c per doz
Choice lots fresh, well-worked
country butter, in pound prints, 30;
Fruits.
Lemons. 80? per dozen
Navel Oranges, 30c, 40c,per doz
Bananas, 20c and 25c doz
New York State aprlea J3.C0 to
$6.00 perjbushel
Cash Price Paid For Produce.
, Poultry.
Dressed hens, 12c per pound
Dressed cocks, 7c per pound
live hens, 10c per pound: live cocks
3c pound; live turkeys, Uz per
pound
Roots, Hides, Wool and Tallow.
Prices paid, by wholesale dealers tc
butchers and farmers:
Roots Southern ginseng. $5.76 lb'
"Golden Seal" yellow root. $1.35 11
Mayapple, 3; pink root, 12c and 13
Tallow No. I, 4i, No. 2, 4c.
Wool Burry, 10c to I7c: Clear
Grease, 21c. medium, tub washed
23c to 30c; coarse, dingy.tubwashed
18c.
Feathers Prime white goose. 60i
dark and mixed old goose, I5c to 30c;
gray mixed, Ioc to 30c white duck
22c to 35c, new.
Hides and Skins These quotation
are for Kentucky hides. Southern
green hides 8c. We quote assorted
lots dry flint, I2c to2.I4c 9-J0 bet
ter demand
Dressed geese, 11c per pound f tr
choice lots, live 5
Fresh country eggs, 23 cents per
drzen
Fresh country butter 25c lb.
A good demand exists for sprinc
chickens, and choice lots of fresh
country butter,
Hay and Grain.
No. I timothy hay, fc24 00
No. I clover hay, $23 00
Clean, bright straw hay, 25c bale
Alfalfa hay, $25 00
White Beed oats, 50c
Black seed oats, 50c
Mixed seed oats, 65c
No. 2 white corn, 80c
Winter wheat bran, $28.00
Preferred Locals,
CAdvertisements.)
See J. H. Dacre for
Duilding and treneral renair wnrlr nf
all kindf. Phone 476.
5 Per Cent Money To Loan. -
On Good!South Christian Land K
yearsjtime.
J. B. AllenBworth, Atty.,
Office-Phone:267-2. Res. 742.
WANTED.
To cure your hoes ofrchnlnra.
Satisfaction guarantee!.
J. C. YOUNG.
Oak Grove, Ky., R. R. 2.
He Couldn't Work Her.
While a Jowel City srlrl was wm-
tlckets for tho picture show, a Baa
called for tickets and pushed in a fire
dollar gold piece to pay for them, bt
the girl shoved It back. The man In
sisted It was money all right, but Um
girl informed him that be couleVt
work her, and bo didn't Ho bad to
fo out and borrow a dlmo. Thore or
$lfity of Kansas youngsters' wlte
aerer saw a gold pleea. Kansas Cety
tar.
Children Ory
m FLETC NEK'S "
u Onyx" Hosiery '
Taunt yP KastK
mint Bett MofwetLibfuofJn
Women and Children, can always bt'tomi '
in the "Onyx Brand.
TW& Quality, Style aa Wear, get AMftTff
r "Onyx" Hose in Cotton, I,iie,
- or Pure dilk. from 95c. to 5.00 per pairnone
genuine without trade-mark stamped on
every pair. Sold ky all dealers.
Lord & Taylor - - New York .
Wholesale
WANTED!
Butter, Eggs, Hens, Spring Chickens,
Turkeys, Ducks and Geese,
Cow Hides and Sheep Pelts
Get Our Prices Before Selling.
PHONES:
Cumberland 26.
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