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oplShsville Kentuckim.
PnWbbed Every Other Day,
JFvmoay, Thursday and Saturday
Mornings, by
CHAS. M. M EACH AM.
kt the nopltlnsvllU Postofflca as Second
CUai Mail MntUr,
SUBSCRIPTION RATES:
ONE YEAR $2.00
DC MONTHS 1.00
THREE MONTHS.. BO
UNGLE COPIES. 5c
Arfvertlslng:Rot08 Ion Appllontlono
S13 SOUTH MAINySTIlEET.
CONFIRMED PROOF
jResidents of Hopkinsville Can
not Doubt What Has Been
Twice Proved.
Ineratitudo for complete relief
from aches and pains of bad backs
Irom distressing kidney illsthou
sands have publicly recommended
Doan'a Kidney Pills. Residents of
this vicinity who so testified years
ago, now say the .results wero per
manent. Thi3 testimony doubly
proves the worth of Doan's Kidney
Pills to Hopkinsville kidney suffer
ers. John Franklin, Earlington, Ky.,
says: "I have had no occasion to
use Doan's Kidney Pills nor any
other kidney remedy since this prep
oration cured me some years ago.
You are at liberty to use my testi
monial as heretofore. I had pains
in the small of my back when stoop
ing or lifting and I became tired
easily. I also had headaches and
dizzy spells and had to get up at
night to pas3 the kidney secretions
Doan's Kidney Pills proved their
merits by relieving me."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, role agents for the Unit
ed States
Remember the name Doan's
and take no other.
Advertisement.
GREATEST EPIC.
The greatest epic given in anv
language "on the score of sublimit'"
is Milton's "Paradise Lost." Of but
little practical Value, Milton's great
jpoem is, as a mind-expander, the
roost masterful thing in the world's
literature. To bo under its influence
is like standing out under the star
filled dome of the heavens. It ap
peals with tremendous power to the
sense of the sublime in us, and lifts
us up to tho peaks of wonder, awe
and reverence. Homer isof course,
marvelous, and Dante is among the
gods, but Milton overlaps them all
when it comes to mental and spirit
ual uplift and enlargeement. The
"Paradise Lost" serves no utilitarian
purpose, but it helps us to feel "God
freedom and immortality."
DOING IT NOW.
Bacon This paper says that the
tenth International Geographical
congress will bo hold in Rome next
April.
Egbert But 1 don't suppose the
powers will wait that long to change
the map of Europe.
No Need To Stop Work.
When the doctor orders you to
stop work it staggers you. I can't,
you say. You know you are weak,
run down and failing in health day
by da' , but you must .work as long
as you can stan 1. What you nerd
is Electric Bitters to give tone,
strength and vigor to your systtm.
to prevent break down and build
you up. Don't be weak, sickly or
ailing when Electric Bitters will
benefit you from the first dose.
Thousands blss them for their elor
ious health and strength. To ht m
Every bottle is guaranteed to satis
fy. O.ily 0:, at All Druggists.
Advert'scmcnt.
RIGHT!
"I can properly refer to my occu
pation as a calling."
"What is it?"
'Telephone operator."
UNDOUBTEDLY.
"My business requires muoh head
work."
"What is it?"
"Making hat treos." ..."
DELICATE SUGGESTION.
He Mv doar. this inattilibox is
, 't rv
Jiko your proclaus self,
She In wiiat wag my own?
He It is matalus,
HAVE THE BRUSHES LABELED
Fastidious Hcutekwper Will Net Bf
Content Until Each Ha Ita
Separate, Appointed Place,
Not long ngo a now maid was in
stalled In tho kltohcn of an apartment
dweller who Is ratbor particularly fas
tidious. A fow days after her Installa
tion tho mistress found her using tho
sink-brush on tho corn. Tho potatoes,
too, It dovelopcd, had come In for
similar polishing with tho samo Instru
ment of offense The maid was not
. ... . . . ..... .
ignorant, anu not carcicss, out uio
brush that this mistress used for tho
filnk was exactly llko tho brush tho
last mistress had used for vegetables,
and the maid and tho corn and tho po
tatoes had become involved thereby.
Aftor that, tho kitchen brushes were
marked, n red hot pokor being used
for tho purpose Brushes, by tho way,
aro sanitary necessities la tho well
regulated kitchen of tho day. It Is left
for somobody to Invent a really suit
able brush for tipping tho tops of rolls
and pastry with egg, or butter, or milk.
Many women prefer a shaving-brush
of badger hair to anything as yet de
vised for tho purpose. Such a brush
must be cleaned with boiling water,
which means that the brush with
glucd-In bristles Is not available. A
bottlo brush is something that many
kitchens lack, to their own detriment.
Another essential brush is the wirc
hasdlcd trap-brush for tho refrigera
tor. The trap-brush for the bathroom
is equally necessary.
FOR CURRY OF VEGETABLES
Materials and Method of Preparation,
Given Here, If Followed, Will As
sure a Dish Worth the Serving.
Material required: One small caul
iflower, one-half cupful of carrots, one
half cupful of turnip, two cuptuls po
tato, one onion, one-half cupful of de
cry, one cupful of strained tomato,
twn onnnnnnfiila rn t-t-v Tmwrlpr two
tablcspoonfulB of butter or clarified
fat, two tablcspoonfuls flour, salt and
pepper, one cuprui or txmcu nee.
JVKaS-STSi rtoh nr read it can Bcvor be
carrot, turnip and celery in dice, and come informed concerning it from
tho potatoes in one-Inch cubes; slice j mere hearsay. It must suffico ,to
tho onion. Put the carrot and turnip ' say that if you will read "Walden"
on to cook in boiling salted water and through carefully and lovingly, and
when they have been cooking Ave mln-1 . . .j m
utes add the onion and celery; cook 1 , .r6 " . 3
until soft- Drain. Cook tho potatoes , nave made a Part of very tis
in boiling salted water until Boft. , sue of your brain, yott will be able
Drain the fat In a Btewpan, add the to say goodby to all fear and worry.
iiour ana curry powaer; wnen weu
blended, add the tomato and one cup
ful of the water In which tho vegeta
bles were cooked (discard tho potato
water); add one-half teaspoonful of
salt, one-quarter teaspoonful of pepper
and the vegetables; simmer ten min
utes. Servo In a border of rice. Thlf
can be made of cooked vegeatbles.
Mocha Cake.
Put four eggs and four tablcspoon
fuls sugar In a basin, and beat them
over boiling- water till they are quite
thick, remove the basin and beat for
five minutes, then sift in four ounces
uour ana one teaspoonim baking pow
dor; stir gently. Pour mixture into
buttered and floured tin and bake
thirty minutos in moderate oven. Re-
move from the tin and let it get quite
cold, then ice with tho following
frosting: Beat two ounces butter
and one-quarter pound confectioners'
sugar till It is quite white, thon add
threo tablespoons strong coffee vory
gradually till it 1b a smooth paste.
Put this iuto a forcing bag with tube
and decorate the cake prettily.
Bananas Maltre d'Hotcl.
Material . required: Four bananas,
threo tablespoonfuls butter, two tea
spoonfuls lomon juice, one-half tea
spoonful salt, ono-olghth teaspoonful
popper, one-half tablespoonful choppod
parsley.
Method of preparing: Uso bananas
which are not quito ripe. Wash, but
do not pool them; put In boiling salt
ed water and cook until tender.
Drain and remove the skins. Add
maitro dliotel butter. Cream tho but
ter, add lomon juice a little at a time,
add salt, pepper and parsley.
Those aro to bo served as a vege
table at dinner.
Egg Biscuits.
Mix and sift well together one pint
it flour, one-half teaspoonful of salt,
one teaspoonrul of sugar, one tea
spoonful of baking powdor. Beat one
ogg and one-half cupful of milk; stir
Into tho dry mixture, adding more
milk, If necessary, to make a soft
dough. Turn this out upon a baking
board and knead with the hands for a
moment. Cut Into circles and place
one inch apart on greased pans.
Brush the tops with a llttlo beaten
yolk of an egg and bako In a very
hot oven.
Planked Egge.
Arrange on a plank a mixturo ot
chopped chicken, corned beef or
cooked tongues with an equal quantity
of fine bread crumbs. Add enough
cream or soup stock to moisten. Sea
son with salt, pepper and paprika.
Make depressions with spoon In the
mixturo and place on them as many
poaohed eggs an there are persons to
be served, and brown slightly in ovon.
Duobesse potato bordor can bo placed
around if dolrod. Garnish with
parsley.
To Mend Gloves.
Whan a hole first appears In a glove
turn the glov Inside out. and, drawing
the adgoa of the hole together, stick a
piece of laatlier oourUplaster over it
Tha court-plastar not only hqlds the
part? togathor, but belug leather
makep It very strong.
Texas Womin Near Death
Wills Point, Tex. In letter
from Wills Point, Mr Victor kSt!l
nga says: "J was afflicted with wor
manly troubles, had a dreadful
cough, and Buffered awful pain, I
certainly would, have died, if I had
not been relieved by taking Cardui.
Now I am stronger, and, h better
health than I eve? was in my life.
1 can't eaftnough for this great
medicine " Dj ynd need relief?
Try Cardui for your womanly
troubles. Its long record of success
ful uso is your guarantee.. Thous
ands of ISdies havefbeen helped to
health and happiness by Cardui,
It will Burely help you. Try a bottle
today. . .'
Advertisement. .
Preferred Locals.
( Advertisements )
SeoJ. H. Dagg-for contracting
ouilding'and generalrepair work of
all kinds. Phone 476. I
5 Per Cent Money To Loan.
OnGoodSouth Christian Land 6
years time.
V AS'
J. B. Ailensworth, Atty.,
Office Phone 267-2. Rea. 742.
WANTED.
To cure your bogs ofjjmolera.
Satisfaction guaranted.
J. C. YOUNG,
Odk Grove, Ky., R R, 2
"WALDEN?'
' Thoreau's "Walden" is tho only
book of its kind in the world, as
aM ng it ia uninue. and the man
ft wm make you self-respecting, self-
reliant and free from the spirit of
fear and cringing. Chicago Exam
iner.
SO IT GOES.
"You used to want to hold my
band before we were married," she
somplained.
"I'd like to now," said, he easily,
V Lt U 4 1 MUUiU lHJ
housework, my dear."
Mdthers Can Safely Buy.
D Kinu's N". w Discovery and
g ve it to the littlp ones whtn ailing
ad Kuffering with colds, coughs,
t iroat or lung tr ubles, ta-tes nice,
h umlss?, one ued. always used.
Mrs Bruce C awft r I, Niauara, Mo.
wi.ites: "Dr. Minn's New Discovery
changed our bov from a pvale weak
s ck boy to the picture of health."
B'lv it at ail druggists.
Adrertisemcnt.
cuM'oFAn:) NGr
"Yliat's all this
eugenics
stuff
they're talking about?"
"It's about having perfect chil
dren." "Tlumph! Did 3'ou ever hear of
fathers and mothers that had any
other kind?"
t
THE REASON.' t
Actor You 'should qot speak so
harshly to the members of the mob.
Stage Manager-1-Why not?
Actor Because you must romem-
bor tlioy aro super-sensitive.
REALISTIC.
'Have you any slush stuff written
today?"
"Yes, sir ; here's a story about the
muddy walking."
Are You a Cold Sufferer?
Take Dr. King's New Discovery.
The Best Cough. Cold. Throat and
Lung mfdicin made Money re
funded if it fail to cure you. Do
not hesitate take it at our risk.
First do3e helps. J. R. Wells,
Floydana, Texar, writes: "Dr
King's New Discovery cured my
terrible cough and cold. I gained
15 pounds " Buv it at all Druggists.
Advertisement.
Both Disappointed.
First Billiard Playor How Is It you
aren't at homo this evening? Second
Ditto My wife's In a bad humor; jhe
bad company arrive and she wasn't
ready. How about yoursolff "Oh, my
wifo'B mad, too; she got ready for
company and they didn't come' Bea
ton Transcript
MAN PREFERRED TO BE SHOT
Turgid Orator Bound to Finish Speech
Even If He Has to' Shoot U
Hold sn Audience.'
A rather, turgid orator, noted for
his verbosity and heaviness, was once
assigned to some campaigning In a
mining camp in the mountains. There
were about flfty miners present when
ho began, but when, at tho end of a
couple of hours, ho gave no sign of
finishing, his llstoners dropped away.
Somo went back to work, but the
majority sought places to quench
their thirst, which had bpen aggra
vated by the discourse.
Finally there was only one auditor
loft a dilapidated, weary-looking old
follow. Fixing his gazo on him, tho
orator pulled out a largo six-shooter
and laid it on the table. Tho old fel
low rose slowly and drawled out:
"Bo you going to shoot If I go?"
"You jbet I ami" replied the speak
er. "I'm bound, to finish my speech,
oven If I have to shoot to keep an
audience."
Tho old fellow sighed in a tired
manner and edged Blowly away, say
ing as he did bo:
"Well, shoot if you want to. I may
just as well be shot as talked to
death." Tit-Bits.
No Free Shine.
Albort Groves, who lives somewhere
out beyond stop umpty-Blx In the sum
mer time, but who moves back to
Euclid avenue when tho leaves begin
to fall, relates that he had an Eng
lish guest at his country place this
year. The guest was something of a
nifty dresser, and he was so British
that the Irish terrier bit him before
he'd been in the house five minutes.
Mr. Groves showed him to his room
that night
"Shall I have me boots outside tho
door?" inquired tho Englishman, as
ho was retiring.
"Sure, if you want
to," replied
Groves' heartily. "The servants are
honest and .nobofly'll touch .'em."
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Guaranteed.
A man who was greatly troubled
with rheumatism bought some red
flannel underwear recently, which Was
guaranteed lit every Tcspect A cou
ple of weeks later ho returned to the
store wllefo ho made his purchase.
"These flannels are not what you
claimed them to be," ho said to tho
clerk.
"What Is tho trouble with them?"
asked tho clork. "Have they faded
or shrunk?"
"Faded! Shrunk!" cried tho pur
chaser, Indignantly. "Why, when I
came down to breakfast this morning
with ono of them on my wife asked
me:
" 'What are you wearing tho baby's
pink coral necklace for?' "
WHERE BAD BOYS GO.
Clergyman (whose silk hat and dig
nity had been Injured simultaneously)
You bad boy. You must not throw
snowballs. Some day you'll know
how it feels to bo snowballed your
self. Youngster Not If I keep on beln'
bad, 'cause I'll go to a placo wher?
they ain't no snowballs.
Pessimistic.
"Are you going to send your eon to
college next yearn
"Yob."
"And. what do you expect him to do
when ho gets through?"
"I exuoct him to quit dovotlntr his
eatirfe attention to girls and frats and
football, but I'll probably bo disap
pointed." ',,
Oh, Shawl.
"Our college woa."
"They dldj Itahl '
What did they wla?"
The debate."
, "Ob, 5 shawl"
Rah I lah!
I CARRY TH1 MOflT COMPLETE LIN OP
Staple Mud Fancy
Groceries
Of any houso in the city. ' Giv m a' call when you
want something, good to eatf.
Country Produce Bought and Sold.
Niqe Line Fruit and Candy Always On Hand.
J. K. TWtMAN
204 South Main
MMMMMHMiMMH
SEE :
McClaid & Armstrong
DEALERS I IN
GRANITE AND MARBLE MONUMENTS,
CUT STONE, ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WORK.
Marble Yards and Office N. Main Street, Between 1st and 2nd Sts.
CEMENT AND LIME F"OR SALE
Cumb. Telephone 490.
WANTED!
Butter, Eggs, Hens, Spring Chickens,
Turkeys, Ducks and Geese,
Cow Hides and Sheep Pelts, ,
Get Our Prices
PHONES:
Cumberland...., 26. Home.
The HAYDON PRODUCE O .
HERBERT L. HAYDON Manager.
Rex
Of four good pictures, every day. Mr. Tired Business Man and the weary
shopper will be wonderfully refreshed by stopping, in foran hour of clean
entertainment. Conducted by Home, people and the money taken in at
the box office is all spent right here with you.
INDEPENDENT
in the "Onyx" Brand.
to SSFXD
Onyx 79 4&
Thadb
pHj$ Best Hose for the entire family, Mess.
x Women and Children, can always be fomn
pOR Quality, Style and Wear, get ajpe& A
"Onyx" Hose in Cotton, Iisle, SiijTKale
. or Pure Silk, from 35c. to $5.00 per pair none
genuine without trade-mark stamped on
every pair. Sold by all dealers.
Lord & Taylor - - New York
l
DR. R. ' L. BRADLEY
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist
Office. Infirmary and Shoeinc Fortro
8th, bet. Main and Water Sts.
Office Phone, 211.
Night Phone, 127.
Night Phono Home, 1479.
Burpee9 s Seeds
should like to ma
you will receive I
recognized as " T
be Leading American Seed Catalog." Kindly w ,i AMr, 8 bwn
WATLEE BURPEE & CO., BW Bwlfap, Pi&ieljAk
"HONEST GOODS AT HONEST PRICES."
FOR RELIABLE WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
You must go to a Reliable, Competent and Experienced Dealer.
Wo make a specialty of Fine and Reliable time-pieces, for all pur
poses, Quality Guaranteed Best, prices lowest,
JAS. H. SKARRY.
The Peop'es' Jeweler and Optician, Watch Inspector L, & N. R. R.
If You Buy It From Skarry It's Good.
Hopkinsville, Kentucky, .;
And will nav hinh.l
ww m m m g m j mm m
est cash prices for
Before Selling,
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The Theatre Beautiful
Runs That Universal Program
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PICTURES ONII
Hosiery
Mass
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Massac:
Treats all diseases of domesticated
' anu penormsa.i
operations known to the Veterinary
profession. Special attention eivenW
to the shoeing of horses with dis
eased feet.
nre supplied every year direct to more
American planters than ore tho seeds ot
5jr iu Kiowrra. jlkj your seeds come
direct from Philadelphia? K not, we
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