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T Thursday and Saturday
CHAS. M. MEACHAM,
kt th nopktnrrllla PosloOca Second
uiam Mail autter.
JE YEAR $2.00
REE MONTHS 50
IGLE COPIES 5c
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MS SOUTH MAIN STREET.
No Need To Stop Work.
"When the doctor orders you to
top work it staggers you. I can't,
jrou say. You know you are weak,
run down and failing in health day
by day, butVou must work as long
3 you can stand. What you need
is Electric Bitters to give tone,
strength and vigor to your system,
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 bles3 them for their glor
ious health and strength. Try them.
Every bottle is guaranteed to satis-
fy. OnlyBOc, at All Druggists.
Material reaulred: One-half pint
dney beans, one-quarter cupful car
ts cut In dice, ono small apple
&red and sliced, two tablespoonfuls
utter, ono tablcspoonful flour, two
Ke&spoonfuls curry powdor, one-half
cupful of water, boiled rice.
! Method of preparing: Cook the
(beans until soft Drain. Melt tho'
putter, fry in it the carrot, onion and
ppplo; add tho flour and curry pow
jder, blend -well, then add water and
beans; simmer fifteen minutes. Servr
Jin a border of boiled rice.
Serving Tartar Sauce.
A delightful -way to serve tartar
jsauce is to cut a lemon in half, clean
out the insido thoroughly and then
jflll the halves with tho sauce. Ono is
perved to each guest 'When fish is
perved tho little lemon cups are
placed around the edge of the platter
,ana one servea to eacn guest liy
this method the sauce remains firm
Instead of melting Into a liquid when
put into a -warm plate. Washington
Are You a Cold Sufferer?
Tke I)-. King's New Discovery
The Es- Cough. Cold. Throat and
Lu k nwlicinp mnde Mnny re
funded ;f it fail to cure you. Do
not I e-i"'p take it at our risk
Firs Hny, helps. J. R We''f
Flojda a, Texa?, writes: "Dr
King's New Discovery cured my
terrible cough and cold. I gained
15 pounds." Buy it at all Druggists
Bredee South African Dish.
Material required: Two pounds
jieck of mutton, ono pint strained to
mato, two medium-sized onions, one-
naif sweet red pepper finely shredded
six tablespoons bacon fat, salt and
Method of preparing: Cut the meat
in small pieces, discarding the fat;
xoll tho pieces of meat In flour. Slice
the onions and fry in the bacon fat un
til a golden brown. Take out tho
onions and brown tho meat in tho
amo fat Add tho tomato, shredded
;pepper, onion, one-half teaspoonful of
salt and one-quarter teaspoonful of
pepper. Pour into a casserolo or bak
ing dish; cover closely; cook two
jhours In a moderato oven. This can
jbo mado from cold roast mutton, and
At eo mado It will require but an hou;
Surprise Your Friends
For four weeks regularly use Dr
King's New Life Pills. They stimu
late the liver, improve digestion, re
move blood impurities, pimples and
eruptions disappear from your face
and body and you feel better. Be
gin at once. Buy at All Druggists
Friendship In Adversity.
Friendship, of Itself a holy tie, is
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Write to-day; Mention this Paper.
sr;raUT. lUallfl fer4 unit lUnt
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FOR THE AFTERNOON TEA
New Sandwich Idea That Carries With
It a Distinct Senr.e of the
America has Iho host oystors and
salads of any country in tho world,
Mrs. Lily Haxworth Wallace, the Eng
lish cooking export, told tho women at
a puro foqd show cooking lesson at
"Tho best way to cook an oystor,"
snid Mrs. Wallaco, "Is not to cook it
at all. Thoro is an English saying.
'Tho more you do to an oyBtcr tho
moro it will do to you.' That means
that tho moro you cook it tho less
nourishment you got"
But she gave thorn recipes to cook
tho best oyster In tho world, the
American oyster, if they wero not
content to eat it raw. Tho American
salad Is tho best in tho world, Mrs.
Wallaco says, because America has
tho greatest variety of fruits, vege
tables, and other products of tho gar
den and field. Sho gave tho women
a recipo for a now sandwich that a
number of them said thoy wero going
to try immediately for afternoon tea.
Two ounces of almonds aro salted
and ground for tho egg and almond
landwlch and passed through tho
meat chopper. Two finely minced hard
boiled eggs, blended with two table
spoonfuls of butter, aro added, and tho
wholo Is seasoned and spread between
thin slices of bread.
DOES AWAY WITH DRUDGERY
Dlsh-Drylnn Racks. Home Made, will
Lighten Labor Always Consid
In tho removal, washing, and replaC"
ing of dishes tbero Is room for much
improvement This duty is usually
disliked, but under proper manage
ment it should not bo distasteful. First,
there is the uso of tho servlco truck.
This is a small table of two or three
shelves, mounted on rather largo
wheels, used to transport dishes be-
tween tho table and tho sorvlng pan-
try. There are several dlsh-washlng
machines, but for the averaco house-1
1 1 - At 1 f .
uuiu uiey are noi required, nowever,
every household can uso, and should
adopt, drying racks. These may bo
easily made. If made of metal and
glass,, with shelves of round wooden
rods, lamps placed near the bottom
will give sufficient heat to dry dishes
quite rapidly. Tho drying rack should
be placed near tho washer, so that as
the dishes are washed they may bo
placed within. Tho washing and dry
ing process may bo accurately timed,,
and a fair standard determined.
To give an alabaster effect to plas
ter casts dip them in a strong solution
of alum wator.
To removo hot water marks from
iananncd trnvn iiso svm) nil nh t
In well till all the marks disappear, (
men pousn tno tray with flour and a
soft cloth. I
ueu jjuctuag piauea BKins lor a .
Journey, baste the plaits down, lay
them straight, and they will not need
pressing when you arrive.
, A good place to pack necessary bot
tles of liquids is to place them in an
old shoe. They are less likely to bo
broken, and If they aro tho shoo will
absorb nearly all of tho contents and
clothing will not be seriously in
A delicious and cheap dessert Is
made by pouring the Juico of grape
fruit over sliced bananas. They should
be well chilled, and served In tall
glasses with powdered BUgar. Ono
large grapefruit will servo eight peo
ple. Of course no cream nor lemon
Juico is needed with this.
Beat tho yolks of six eggs until
light, season to taste with pepper and
salt, add ono cup of milk and one cud
of powdered crackers and fold in tho
stiffly beaten whites. Molt one table
spoon of butter In a large omelet pan,
pour in the mixture, cook on tho top
of the stovo until brown on the bot
tom, then finish tho cooking In tho
oven or under tho flnmo in tho broiler
of tho gas stovo. When firm to tho
touch, turn out on a hot dl&h and serve
Delicious Pan Stew.
Use for cold boefstoak: Take pieces
of cola DeorsieaK ana cut them un
Bmall. Put In bottom of pan, dredgo
with flour, popper and salt and ono on
ion. Slice cold potatoes on tho meat.
then add a few tomatoes cut up or
half a can of tomatoes. Covor with
water and cook half hour, and you will
have a delicious pan stow.
Two cups white sugar, Juico of ono
lemon, ono quart of boiling water, four
tablespoons or cornstarch, wot with
cold water, ono tablespoon butter.
Cook until thick. When cold pour over
four or fivo orangos and tho sugar,
et on Ico and servo cold.
Cls&r soup stock by mixing when
cold with whltaa of two oggs benton
and two agwhells. Let como slowly
to a boll, than skim. Add one tea
spoonful of gelatine to ten oupa q
bouillon. Paok la toe and sarvo.
PmI anti er the apples, balva
(hem, take one-half Ucm of brand
spread thirkly with butter, sprinkled
with sufifir. Lay on-half apple on
brt ltd. core down, HpriuHc more sugar
arid little cinnamon Make
Just Half In Bed.
Clyde, Ky.-Mm. I. A. .Decke: "I
recommend Cardui, th wow mi's
tonic, to any woman innaed of a
i emedy. For five years, I wm un
able to do my own work. Half my
time was spent in bed, At kit I
tried Cardui. Now T am well and
happy, and can do my bwii work."
Don't suffer pain, h'ewdache, back
ache, and other womanly miseries,
when your own druggist has on his
shelf a remedy for such, troubles
Cardui. Get a bottle fdr your shelf.
As a general tonic, for weak women
nothing has been found for 50 years
that would take its place. Try it,
it wili help you.
HINTS ON VEGETABLES
WILL BREAK OR 8NA CRISPLY
New Recipes for the Preparation of
Various Vegetables That Aro Well
Worth Trying Suggestions
A good digestion waits on appetite.
Fresh vegetables will brenk or snap
crisply. To cook vegetables, put into
boiling wator, slightly salted, and boll
steadily until done. After thoy aro
done, drain at onco.
Dressing lor urccn or ta usmho,
Cauliflower or Kohlrabi Half cup of(
sour cream, yolk of ono egg, ono small
teaspoon flour, small lump butter, af
littlo nutmog, half cup of water iroin
it-- 1-1.1 ...1.1.1. Iia Vnlt.
mo vegeuiuiua, wuiuu suuuiu uu uuu-1
ed in salt water. Stir vtogother In
sauco pan and cook gently to prevent
curdling. Add salt if necessary.
Potatoes Peel and cut Into small
squares, or pieces of equal size, raw
potatoes; slice In one-fourth as much
, onion, two green peppers, and add
boiling water to cook. When nearly
' .1 I ,1 fl..1. ...
done add a little sweet milk, salt and
pepper and a liberal pleco of butter.
Thickon with littlo flour rubbed in
milk or butter. They will bo ready
in 15 minutes.
Scalloped Tomatoes Pour off near
ly all tho juico from a can of toma
toes; put a layer of bread crumb3 in
tho bottom of buttered dish, then a
layer of tomatoes seasoned with pep
per and salt and a little butter and
BUgar; continue till dish is full, fin
ishing with bread crumbs; cover and
bako until hot, then remove cover
Cauliflower and Cheese Cook cauli
flower In salted water, cover with
drawn butter sauce, then with ground
eastern cheese or parmesan and place
in a hot oven until cheese is brown
ed a little.
Baked Onions Boil until tender,
drain and cut in halves or leave whole
it' plwferred; put in a dish, pour over
them a cup of cream or milk; sprinkle
with salt, cover top with cracker
crumbs, cut tablespoon or butter in
small pieces, put over top and put into
quicn oven ana Drown.
Fried Celery. Boll until nearly ten
der, then dip into a mixture of egg
and bread crumbs and fry in butter
or oil. Servo hot
Creamed Cabbage Take a firm
head of cabbage, chop rather fine and
cook in salted water from a half to
three-quarters of an hour; drain off
water, put in a pieco of butter, sea
son and pour over enough cream or
milk to almost cover cabbage; heat
to boiling point and serve. This will
bo found a very nice way of cooking
cabbage, and many who do not like
cabbage relish it when prepared in
See J. H. Dagg for contracting
ouilding and general repair work of
all kinds. Phone 476.
5 Per Cent Money To Loan.
On GoodSouth Christian Land 5
J. B. Allensworth, Atty.,
Office Phone 267-2. Res 742.
To cure your bogs of cholera.
J. C. YOUNG,
Oak Grove, Ky , R R. 2.
An old author has remarked that
there aro two things which It does no
good to worry about what you can
help, and what you can't help. The
latter, because fretting won't help the
matter; and In tho former, becauso it
is your duty to go and help it, with
Mothers Can Safely Buy.
Dr. King's New Discovery und
give it to tho little ones when niling
and iuflforing with colda, coughs,
throat or lung troubles, Us tea nice,
hrmls, once usd, nlwHja used.
Mrs. Bruc Crawford, Nhwara, Mt.
writ: "Dr. King's New Discovery
changed our bov from a pale weak
sick boy to tho picture of health."
Buy it at ail druggists.
FOR THOSE FOND OF CHEESE
Tw Cntlortt That Art 'Ortntly
Fvr1 m a Cht Frm the
Mt CwrM t Ufyrri.
English Monkey. Soak oae cupful
at atato bred enmb In m cupful of
milk for thirty minutes and tfcen pre
through a pureo sieve. geM with a
quarter toaspoontul of salt and a gen
erous pinch of dry mustard, and sflr
Into ono well Beaten egg. Put ono
tablcspoonful of butter Into a sauco
pan, and when It Is melted add one
cupful of grated checso. Let tho lattor
melt, add tho bread paBto and stir vig
orously until tho tntxturo is thorough
ly heated. Servo on small a,quaroa of
toasted bread or on toasted crackers.
Cheese Soublso Sauce. Chop flno
two medium sized onions, cover with
wator, and simmer for fiftoon minutes.
Drain and put over tho fire with two
tablespooufuls of butter, a palatable
seasoning of pepper and salt, aad a
cubo of sugar. Let cook .without col
oring; add two tablespoonfuls of soft
bread crumbs and two ' cupful of
broth, and simmer until tho whole ia
reduced to a smooth puree; stir la
two tablespoonfuls of grated cheese,
mix thoroughly with tho other ingredi
ents, add two tablespoonfuls of thick
cream, reheat over hot water and
sorvo as an accompaniment to mutton
or lamb chops Delineator.
NEAT AND HANDY W00DB0X
( Thcro Is no necessity of havlpg an
( unsightly box filled with wood In the
kitchen, tor with an hour's work and
I a few boards any handy man may
make a box for wood that will bo an
ornament to any kitchen as well as
a convenient seat A cushion covered
with some pretty wash material will
add to tho beauty and comfort of this
wood box seat
Corn Syrup Caramels.
For corn syrup caramels, boll to
gether two cupfuls of granulated
sugar, a cupful of good cream, one
and three-fourths cupfuls of corn
syrup and a cupful of butter, and aft
er a few minutes gradually add anoth
er cupful of cream without letting the
syrup stop boiling for a second. When
tho syrup will form a substantial ball
in the fingers after cooling in cold wa
ter, add a teaspoonful of vanilla and a
tupful of chopped nut meats. Turn
Into bread pans that have been ollea
and when nearly cold turn out of the
tins, cut Into cubes and wrap in waxed
paper. It sometimes takes an hour to
do the boiling boforo tho right stage
is reached, but the caramels are ar
good as the best.
Nut Meats Cake.
One-halt cup butter, one and one-
half cups sugar, throe eggs, two and
one-half cups flour, one and one-half
teaspoonfuls baking powder, one-halt
cup milk and one cup of any pre
ferred nut meats. Rub the butter and
sugar to a light white cream; add tho
eggs, beaten a little, then tho flour,
into which has been mixed the ba
king powdor and Baltspoon of salt;
then add milk and beat .well; lastly
the nuts. Bake in paper-lined tin lr
My father's lunch consists largely of
fruits and nuts, and it falls to me to
crack and salt the nuts for him, says
a contributor to Good Housekeeping.
I crack about a cupful of pecan meats
and have discovered a very easy way
to salt them. Place a saucer of nut
meats over the steam of a boiling ket
tle and covor them liberally with salt
stirring them carefully In it Remove
them from tho saucer and pack at once
In a box or bottle. My fatlfer pro
noupces thorn delicious.
One-half cupful of butter, one and
one-fourth cupfuls confectioner's su
gar, on-fourthcup flourono cup gran
ulatod sugar, two eggs onp and pne
lmlf cupfuls scalding milk, one-fourth
cupful of strong coffoo, three squares
chocolate. Cream buttor and sugar
and confectioner's sugar. Boat eggs,
add granulatod sugar, flour, milk, cof
fco and chocolate. Cook In double
boiler ton minutes.
Beat the whites of four eggs to a
stiff froth, stir Into It a half pound pul
verized sugar. Flavor with essence of
lemon or rose, continuo to beat until
very light, then drop, half tho bIzo of
an egg and a littlo moro than an inch
apart, on woll buttered lettor paper.
Lay the paper on a half-Inch board
and placo In a modorato oven. Watch
carefully, and rb soon as they begin
to assume a yollowlsh tinge tako them
Beefsteak and Cucumbers.
When eucuinbars aro plontlful this
makes an economical and pleasant
dish. Peel and slice a large cucumber
s.nd three or four onions. Brown them !
In a frying pan. JBoil or fry two '
pounds of rump steak, then put it on a
!lh. Simmer tho cucumbers . and
onions In ano-half pint of good gravy, !
,our around the meat Tlmot ton mjn- '
tie to tiy it thick. 3ull!clent, for
four p.Teoris. t
r r :
I OAftftY TMH MOST
Staple and Fancy
Of any houst in th city. Give me calf whn you
want something good to eat. .
Country Produce Bought and Sold.
Nice Lin Fruit and Candy Always On Hand.
. J. K. TWY MAN
1 204 South Main
SEE ; -
McClaid & Armstrong
GRANITE AND MARBLE MONUMENTS,
CUT STONE, ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WORK.
Marblo Yards and Office N. Main Street, Between 1st and 2nd Sts,
CEIYIENT AND LIMB FOR SALE
Cumb. Telephone 490." Hopkinsville, Kentucky.
Butter, Eggs, Hens, Spring Chickens,
Turkeys, Ducks and Geese,
Cow Hides and Sheep Pelts.,
Get Our Prices Before Selling.
Cumberland 26. Home 1322
The HAYDON PRODUCE CO.
HERBERT L. HAYDON Manager.
Of four good pictures, every day.
shopper will bejwon'derf ully refreshed by stopping in for an hour of clean
entertainment. Conducted by home people and the money taken in at
the box office is all spent right here with you.
$3.00 to $5.00
Invaluable to women afflicted with weak backs, as this corset
replaces cumbersome abdominal appliances, with comforting
support, and possesses all the virtues of an abdominal belt, with
none of its inconveniences. 1
WEINGARTEN BROS., Maker.
DR. R. L. BRADLEY,
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist
Office. Infirmary and Shoeing Force
8th, bet. Main and Water Sts.
Office Phone, 211.
Night Phone, 127. 1
Night Phone Home, 1479.
, nT38" C1 I ? supplied every, year direct to more'
miVflPP C Otytl G Amencan planters than are the seeds ol
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W.'ATLEE BURPEE & CO., BtrBwlfagt, PiiUdelplua
"HONEST GOODS AT H0N8ST PRICES."
FOR RELIABLE WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
You must go to a Reliable, Competent and Experienced Dealer
Wo make a specialty of Fine and Reliable timepieces for all nurl
poses. Quality Guaranteed Best, prices lowest.
JAS. H. SICARRY,
The PoopW Jeweler and Optician, Watch Inspector L, & N R ft
If You Buy It From Skarry It's Good. '
OOMFLITI LIN OF
And will pay high
est cash prices for
That Universal Program
Mr. Tired Business Man and the wear
Give Stout Figures
Slender Lines 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
34th St. and Broadway, New York
Treats all diseases of domesticated
animals scientifically and performs all
operations known to the Veterinary
profession. Special attention given
to the shoeing of horses with dis-J)