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title: 'Hopkinsville Kentuckian. (Hopkinsville, Ky.) 1889-1918, February 04, 1913, Image 4',
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(H L. Htrton, Emblmsrj
Stoves, Ranges, Rugs,
RENSMAYy & HART0N
No. 10 South Main St.
HOPKINSVILLE, - KENTUCKY
DR. L. GRACE
Office in Hopper Bids ,
Office Phono 1114. Res
GO TO THE OLD RELIABLE
M. D. KELLY
to hnveyour eye3 examined and
fitted with correct glasses; also
your fine watch honestly and
intelligently repaired. Is al
ways up to date with the best
instruments and methods.. Over
30 years an optician and jewler,
25 Years a graduate Op
tometrist. No. 8 North Main
Opp. Court House.
KEEPS HOGS WELL
Full line Condition
Powders for horses,
cattle, sheep, hogs
look's Big Drug Store
N W. Cor. 9th and Main.
But an advertisement in
this paper talks to the
Catch the Idea ?
ORDER A BARREL OR SACK OF
"Veribest" or "Supreme" Flour
From your grocer. Try it and if
not satisfied with quality let your
grocer know it. He will refund
your money and we will take care
THE ACME MILLS
W. T. TANDY, President, IRA L.
JNO B. TRICE, Vice Preat. J. A.
FRED A. PARKER, D. O.
Ilea. Phone 4M.
Phoenix Building QSTE OPATHS HoPklnsvllle, Ky
Office Phono 703
At Fedelia Horace Springfield
Shot and KiIIcWifl
BOTH PARTIES ARE COLORED
Slayer is Still at Large But
Dodging Around in the
Will Jones was shot and killed by
Horace Springfield at Fedelia Sat
urday night and the killing bears all
the earmarks of a cold-blooded mur
der. Jones and a negro named Walker
Britton had a qua re! and Jones hit
Britton on the head with u stick.
Britton ran into the house and
Springfield went out saying that the
mm who hit Britton had better n6t
tell him M. Going out he asked
Jjires if lid had hit Britton. Jones
admitted it and Springfield at once
opened fir with a pistol shooting
threw times and hitting him twice.
Jones was unarmed and had no
chance to escape. E q.,Garrott held
an inauest over the dead man's body,
verdict of horn cide being return
id. Springfield is dodging around
the neighborhood eluding arrest.
He was at the Troendle place
Sunday night. It is said liquor, was
at the bottom of the trouble.
Friday Night Made Record for
The mercury dropped to 9 degrees
above zero Friday night, the lowest
point thus far during the winter.
The lowest degree reached before
that was 14. Water pipes in differ
ent parts of the city were frozen,
but no great damage was done.
Farmers who have icehouses have
not yet had a season for. filling up.
Councilman J. J. Metcalfe and
Tom Cushman, two of the Florida
party, returned home Saturday
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
by local applications, as thoy cannot
reacu ine mseaieu portion or tno ear.
Thero la only one way to euro deafness,
and that 1j by constitutional remedies.
Deafr.c-33 is ccutd by an Ir.llamed condl
1 tlon of the mucous llnlnje cC the Eusta-
chian Tube. Y.'l.r.i ll.'.j tu'ao la Inflamed
I you have a rusiblins sounJ cr laipcrXect
I hcor'ngr, nr.il it Ij rirc!; cl:sod.
j-'eair.ess is tnj;-uir. ana uisa tno in
flammation can bo taken out and thla
tubo restored to ln r.crroal condition,
hear!n? will b? r.-rcycl forever; nlno
cases cut cf ten ore caused Uy Catarrh,
which 13 nothing but nn l-Uataed condi
tion of the mucous surfaces, a
WcJrrill plvo On P-Tvlrr-t I'oila"! foreny caso of
JVvi f nt ss ..aiwcl j . -' arrhMJ at cannot ho enrod by
Uall'a Catarrh Our . Bend for circular, f reo.
r. J. CllSNBY, A CO., ToJodo, OWo.
Sold by Druggists. 7S&
&aXo Ilall's lftuollr rills for constipation.
& Trust Co.
BROWNING. JR., Asst. Cash.
MARTHA1D. BEARD, D. O
Res. Phono 511.
AttM C. jrAli6xi5V, of 2708 K. St.,
W,AYubmgton,L)).U., -write! "I m(.
ferc.l ttlth ihenmAttAm for Uto renrt
fthd i uatq ;un got lioid or your Lini
ment, nnd ft li.vi dona me UUicU
good, Aly knecj da .not pain dad tlio
- Bwoiiing tuts gono.
Quiets Mm Nerves
31ns. AAVkIDKAX. of 403 Tliomrnon
St., .MaryTlllo, Mo., write i ' Tho
ncrro In my lc ffM dcotroyml A'o
year nso mm loft Me with a Jerking
nt night tnr that I could not lcop. A
friend told mo to try your l.lnliilcnt
nnd now 1 could not do without It. X
find at tor lti uso 1 can sleep."
"Is a good Untment. I keep It on
hand alt the time My daughter
sprained her wrUt arid used your
Liniment, and it has not hurt her
of Selma, N. C,
JC.FJD., 0. 4.
At All Kellers
25c, 60c, $1.00
RloniVi book on
hone, cattle, hon
ml poaltrr sent
Removes Mr. H. S. English By
Sudden Stroke Yesterday.
Mr. II S. English, iKed 71 yea'
difd ar his h( me vi-sterday morniiiK
at4u'cluek from u stroke of up
p''xy. He lived near Salem Church
He is survived b five children, Mrsj
F. B. Lacy, Miss Etta. English, Rev.
E. B. English, H. S, English, Jr.,
and Rev, Will Englith. He was. a.
lifelong member of the Baptist
church. Funeral services will- be
heldatSiilem Church thii morning
at 9:30 byjtey J. TLewjs.. of Ford-
ville. Interment in Riverside.
Died Suddenly Yesterday After
noon, Aged 65 Tears. '
J. Bvron West, aued G5 vears.
died suddenly yesterday afternoonat
1:15 o'clock. He hed long been a
sufferer from palsy. Sunday night
he fell to the floor and though he
was revived he was never ab!e to re
gain consciousness. His agtd father,
R. D. West, died last Tuesday aged
89. His venerable mother, now 83,
survives him. He was unmarried
and lived with his parents.
He represented the First ward in
the City Council one term, .about. 20
years ago. Until bis health failed
he was a collector of accounts. In
terment today at Riverside.
At Western Ky. Hospital in
Past Few Days. -
wJes3e Sikes, aged 33 years, a pa
tient from Calloway county, died nt
the Western Ky. Hospital Sunday.
He had been in the institution ten
years. Death was due to chronic j
Bright's disease. j
Elizabeth Worley, a patient from
Kenton county, received here for
treatment six years ago, died of
Both bodies were interred in the
hospital burying grounds.
The Pennyroyal Fair meeting will
be held to-day at 10 a, m. in the
office of the Hopkinsville Business
The Athenaeum will meet at Hotel
Latham Thursday night, with papers
by T. J. McReynolds and H. Clay
wi -Jr? flu
Llfr. R. t tUhfel ! f f .r i fncir
Dr. rtkI Mm .fontPW MujIUM.
are moving to tnfs eti- -hUwdelc
and will ocQiijty jhtft'r h'tfrtn c rner
Swenth and'Chii Ulrm. ,
Misses Ethel and;,zbvh (j
day Rave h linen sliowef ,1n corndjl-j:
fment tj? Miss Lvdsbel uarnett, n.
bndoof the Kek, SntlrdHy nftei-i'
Mts Nfl! Tan'y (jn retnrnd
from u vMt to trUuthYi'n LDUiavrllp.,
R. J &i rot hers, Jr..; has accepted
h position with Ui- IJ J. Heini? Co.,
nnd will work, the L U'sviilrf city
trtirlt, Mr dirothera went to LouU
vdle Sundsiy i,
Committers Bisy Day.
Four hundred wmcn, from evry
section of ih. United States, ap
peared before the House Committee
on Presidential and Congressional
E'ectbns and apppaJe.Vfor the pnss
off,J of the French biH Krantinur wo
mn the rijfht to vote for Represen
tatives in CotTKress.
Ten Have Acted,
Ten States have approved the pro
pesed amendment to the United
States Constitution providing for the
direct election of Senator.
A wet, disagreeable snow bef?nn
fal'ine yesterday afternoon, which
rpp'tofl na it fell. Tho day was an
urusti ii!' if p'uvnrit n '.
' Tht Wr Bnwe-en 'he States-"" i?
proptioed i'i tiill introduced as the
legal K'-it officiil desicnulion of the
O A3TO R I A
ART IN SETTING TABLE
INDIVIDUAL ARTISTIC TOUCH
COUMTS FOR MUCH THERE.
While There Are 'Some Absolutely
Fixed Rules for the Placing of t he
Service,. Arrangement Is Largely
- - Matter of Taste.
Everyone ,may not learn to. set. a
table artistically, but there are few
who cannot learn to set it much bet
ter than they do- It Is called art by
Borne, andsaa auch should bo recognized-
It is not so much what is put on the
table in the form of dishes, linen and
service, as how it is done. Unusual,
faddish setting -ot tho table should
be avoided for the everyday or holi
day meaU unless it would bo for such,
days as Hallowe'en.
The Betting for the table usually
falls to tho daughter of tho house, if
thero Is one; if not, the mother does
It herself or directs how It should, be
dono If thero is a helper in the home.
Thero is no placo in the entire home
which can show tho Individual artistic
touch of mother or daughter as the
table, and thero are some absolutely
fixed rules for the placing of most of
In the first placo, linens should bo
spotless and white and as fine as. your
Btyle of living will warrant, tho sim
pler ones for everyday ubo and the
finer ones for special occasion.
They may bo all this, but if not per
fectly washed and ironed, the corners
of tho cloth folded perfectly, even tho
very foundation of the table setting
will be a failure.
Table decorations should not bo too
elaborate, and always In keeping with
the character of tho day celebrated or
tho desired color scheme used, writes
Alice Q. Kirk in tho Cleveland Lead
er. Thanksgiving day colors are usu
ally yellow to correspond with tho
pumpkin and chrysanthemum, which
is the usual flower of tho day.
Tho soup plato is on a service plate,
which is an eight or ton-Inch plate.
Obsorvo closely tho accuracy with
which knifo, fork, spoons, goblet and
other servlco aro placed on tho ta
ble. The soup spoon Is placed to the
right ot the knifo and teaspoon and
the soup ladlo to tho right ot the soup
Bpoon. Using left hand for removing
covor of tureen, you are ready to take
the ladle in right hand and serve soap,
which may bo passed to tho other
members of family at table.
Tho water glass or goblet should al
ways bo placed at end of knifo Nude.
The bread and butter plato Is on the
left -Ido at end of fork. The silver is
always used for tho outside toward
the plate, either from right or left
NapkinB should always bo placed in
left sido of fork.
Twenty-four inches Is the usual
pace allowed for each cover or per
son. Always rviuitcal.
Muslclnn (.to his bride, who klsseu
him in the dark on the poIntVf the
nose) An "octavo lower, my" darling.'
Exchange, ?T'r v
Come in and let us sho w you
tHe New Dress Linens in
white and colored.
NEW DRESS GINGHAMS,
Always the Beit at the Lowest Prices.
T. M. JONES,
Genuine American Field Fence. Bq
ware of Imitation. The Best
ETSm WW m IIaW WW
Y1J MIGHT AS WELL
Ifs poor arithmetic to cultivate your crops with pwSr
plows and implements. Buy the best. Vulcan and Rose
Clipper Plows. That's the kind you get when you buy
from us. And you wont lose time, and have annoyance,,
repairing. Our implements are cheap, because tney are
good. Let OUR hardware store be YOURS. r-.
PLANTERS HARDWARE CO.
The combination that the epi
cure goes wild about. 0
As an addition to little lunch
eon it has no equal.
LET US SHOW YOU.
W, T. COOPER & CO.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
HOPKINSVILLE - - - KENTUCKY. I
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY,
Only National Rank In This Community.
Capital , 176,000.00 ..
Surplus 25,000.00 Mm.
Stockholders Liability 75,000.00 W'
r ISSUES TRAVELER'S CHECKS GOOD IN ALL PARTS
V0F THE WORLD.
H8 A REGULAR' SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
lLk r Cnt InWast Paid on laving and Tim Dtw'