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ONE NIGHT ONLY!
Friday, February 28.
The Cole Amusement Company
Presents the Interesting:
A Western Girl
Introducing the Magnetic
Miss Mlltte Bcland Stanley
In the Title Role and a Select
ed Company of Comedians,
Singers and Dancers, Accom
panied by Cole's Concert Band
and Orchestra. Special Scen
ery and Effects. High Class
Prices-25c, 35c and 50c
Watch For Ihe Parade
GO TO THE OLD RELIABLE
M. D. KELLY
to have your eyes 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 Street,
Opp. Court House.
KEEPS HOGS WELL,
Full line Condition
Powders for horses,
cattle, sheep, hogs
Cook's Big Drug Store
N. Vi . Cor. 9ih and Main
Furniture Dealers &
(H. L. Harton, Embalmer)
Stoves, Ranges, Rugs,
RENSHAW & HARTON
No lOSoutn MainS:
HOPKINSVILLE. - KENTUCKY
DR. L. GRACE
Office in Hopper Bldg , Opp.
Office Phone 1114. Res. 979.
Mail Order Concerns
They have never contributed
cent to furthering the interest
,of OUT tOWD
Every cent received by then
from thu community is direct
Ion to our merchant
In almost every cms their
price can be met light here,
without delay in receiving good
and tho possibility of mistake
in ailing order.
Tlx natural human bait it to
buy where good are cheapest.
Local pride i usually second
ary in the game oi life u
Mr. Merchant and Busines
Mas, meet your cocpetttou
with tkeir owl Weapons
The local field U your. SI
you need do it to avail your .
tell of the opportunities offered.
An advertisement in this paper
will carry your meitago into
hundred cf homes in thu com
munity. K is the surest medium
of killing your greatest com
petitor, A space this Uo
won't cost much. Come ia
and tee ut about it.
i nunc iuiirNiyfMnd!rthrout' Th ma who h
LUil t AnArVrnlnnUrovn on of w h hd idei-
By GRACE KERRIGAN.
"Judge Lnndon Carter is in loV
with you, Anne. Arc you going to
let the memory of Phil Gaines spoil
. "I wish that you would let me love
Thil without worrying over it."
"You arc twenty-five, Anne, and
you have discarded enough men bc
causo of your childish infatuation
for Phil Gaines. Ho ia married now
and out of the question. You arc too
clever and wholcaomo to cling to
tho memory of a man who was -not
"Remember, dear, that he asked
mc to marry him and I refused."
"Of courso you refused when the
night before he had been notorious
ly drunk at tho Peyton's dinner
"Not notoriously, mother, for I
took him away before any one knew,
and if I had loved him, as you think,
well enough to spoil my life because
of his memory, I would have mar
ried him even if he had been a con
firmed drunkard. That is a wom
Anne picked up a little silver
frame on her desk. It held the pic
ture of a big, stalwart fellow with
eyes that laughed and mocked and
yet were tender.
"If you would put that picture
away and pack all his gifts you
would be much more likely to for
get. He isn't the boy you- remember.
He is a man now. I have heard that
he is coming here on his honeymoon.
I hope he does, to disillusion you."
"Why do you insist upon marriage
"Because I want you to be happy.
Marry Judge Carter I He is the
youngest man on the bench, good
looking and comes of a fine family.
You will never do better."
"He isn't in love with me and I
don't intend to go campaigning for
a husband. Every family needs one
old maid to help mother, the nepfi
ews and nieces and pay the wild boys
out of debt. In my rare laces and
pearls I will be a romantic figure as
I sit by the fire, seeing in the rosy
flames' the bridge of dreams, span
ning the river of youth, that leads
into my garden of remembered
"Don't talk like that, Anne. It
makes my heart ache. Be happy!
You are" beautiful and gifted. Anti
cipate happiness and make the harp
of life respond to your cooling touch.
"If I only could forget!"
When her mother left her Anne
held the picture in her two hands,
staring down in the eyes that
laughed and mocked and yet were
"I wonder how well you love her,
this woman who has taken my
place," she mused. "I wonder what
she does to comfort you when the
blue devils get you, Phil. You know
when they came you always wired
me to write quickly.
"Now you don't need me any
more. . I think that is what hurts
most of all. For ten years we have
told each other all our little hopes
and plans. You meant youth to me.
I am glad that I could help you
over the hard years when you first
went to that little western town,
dear, foolish, lovable Phil 1"
She set the silver frame back in a
recess of her desk and rang for her
"My new blue charmeuse and the
turquoise, please. Elsie."
A little later, as they made their
wnv thrmirrli ihn mnrrlml li'ni-nr.
I -J " ' V
. room to tho table that had been re
served for them, Anno was uncon
bcious of the looks of admiration
from every Bide, but Judge Carter
saw and thrilled with prido of her.
sen i .
xivurjr man enviea me wnen we
came in," he declared when they
were seated. "Im glad to 6ee color
in your face again. I have worried
about you lately."
"Emergency color," laughed Anne,
"Why have you worried about me?"
"I I rather fancied you were not
happy, and I wanted you to be."
As he made his order Anne be-
, came conscious of voices at a nearby
tame, a young girl sat facing
man whoso back was to Anne, but it
required no second glance for her
to recognizo Phil Games.
"Don't stare so. even if the worn
i an who just came in is so pVetty.
xou wiu see mousnnds like her
, here. If vp .want that fish eat it
have to see a man at eight o'olQok."
"I don't want it," answered tho
girl in a soft sou thorn voice.
Anno filt hor color rising swjftly
! izod for years talking like that to his
wife! A wave of pity for tho little
bride ptscd over her heart and
chiared it Of fill memory of Phil.
i .nno iran(ipvar to wi
! tiling to thotidfjg, ther
j to ftf&J'bil nsJiC'rose fro
I "A," H5 cried enj
i .-nno leanod'ovgr to wtusner some-
tnen looKca up
from the tame.
j-'-"t h i- if you again r
'Ifflmr your wife over here and
,Irt hir fniish dinher'with us," urged
f An wjirii she had greeted him. "It
will Ify lonolv in this big city for
voiirtbri(U' while .you arc busy with
I vour , friends, so h'y&nl the privilege
I of taking care of "hor'
A sudden challcngo flashed in
! Phil's1 eyes and Aime met it un-
I "She is such a child, Phil ! You
must be very good to her."
I "Yes," said Phil, looking down,
I "I really want to make- her happy.
I've made a bad beginning, Anne,"
ho said, confessing, hia fault like a
"Bring her right over here. I
think she is lovely. Then hurry and
see your man and get back in time to
join us for the opera." Anne felt
as if she had roused from an un
pleasant dream and was glad to be
awake once. more.
"Anne," said Judge Carter, as his
big limousine whirled.thein swiftly
through the Bnowy streets from the
hotel where they had left Phil and
his bride, "I love you so and I need
you. 1 want you to make a home
"You need me?", questioned Anne.
"Yes,dcar. Every man dreams all
his life of one woman. You are
that woman to mo. Fear that you
were unhappy kept me from spcak
inc but tonight you were so radiant,
so happy in your kindness to tho
little bride, I dare to dream, to hope
of winning you. Could you learn to
care? What kind of a man could
"You," said Anne softly, a sud
den, illuminating happiness) flood
ing her heart, "because you are you,
because you will always rise to the
level of my need of you."
"And will you love me always ?"
"Always," came the quiet answer,
" 'by sun and candle light " New
RACES OF MANKIND.
The races of mankind are five in
number white, yellow, brown,, red
and black or the Caucasian, Mongo
lian, Malayan, Indian and negro.
The interrelationships of these dif
ferent breeds have been tho subject
of study with the specialists for ages,
but the disputes are as numerous as
they were when the study began.
Whether tho various races sprang
from some one original race, and if
so, what that original race was, is a
question that is still in limbo. Be
tween these five races, as found at
present, there are physical, moral
and mental differences so marked as
to seem to preclude a common origin,
and yet, unless such origin is as
sumed, the difficulty of the case is
greatly enhanced. Race origins are
an unsolved problem.
MODERN JUGGERNAUT CAB.
Viscount Hardinge, brother of the
Indian viceroy, in a recent lecture
on the Delhi durbar, referred to a
much-criticised statement which he
maintained was absolutely true.
The statement was to the effect
that whenever the viceroy traveled in
India policemen were statioued along
the railroad at intervals of one hun
Ired yards. Tho policeman, he said,
often became sleepy and lay with
their heads ort the rails to listen for
the approach of the train. On one
occasion, no fewer thfih fifty lost
Lord Curzon asked him where he
got the yarn. He replied: "I got it
from my brother, and I do not think
he would tell a 'cracker.' "
8TRIKING A NEW NOTE.
"So you arc thinking of writing
'.'What is the nature of tho plot?"
"I'm afraid it's rather old-fashioned.
Most of the characters are
. "Oh, well, the novelty of the thing
may appeal to some readers."
Foot Jjighte Wliat's tho matter
with Joe? He looks so glum.
Miss &pu Brottc Oh, h3's one of
a'Vnock-nbout team and his partner's
in the hospital, and he hasn't got
, .ody to knock around.
" VI' ? Isn't he married?"
i The Myers
In the beginning of the season
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etc., we wish to call your attention to the . Myers
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pump is a clamping device, by means of which it
is attached to the top of the barrel. The cylinder
1 I I I t A. M . m lii
cold, and it surpasses anything we know of for
white-washing. Demonstrations have been made zS
in nearly every- community proving that spraying zS
is profitable with all orchards and many gardens. 5
Why not try it to your own satisfaction? ZS
We carry three sizes of these pumps in stock.
$3.75, $10.00 and $15.00
Complete with extension rod and nozzles.
SpE We also have in stock Lime Sulphur Solution and3
arsenate of lead. The best results are obtained by 3
spraying with Lime Sulphur Solution while the
Sz trees are in a dormant state.
lvianur a cturing vo.i
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and Vegetables .
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2 Big Stores.
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largest stock in Western Kentucky.
Wholesale and Retail Grocers, Main Street
"Preferred I. orals" wi!i
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for spraying or
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