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world gives so much at, so low a
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been forced to enter tho great world
war, and a largo army of ours is al-
rreaay in r ranee, xou win warn 10
kavo all the news from our troops on
European battle-fields, and 1018
promises to be tho most momentous
year in tho history of the universe.
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prico will furnish such prompt and
accurate news of these world-shaking
events. It is not necessary to say
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It Wasn't His Fault
One youngster In school bad deliv
ered a Bcvere kick In the stomach to
another lad. When taken to task as
to why he had struck his playmate
there, be said: "I didn't mean to hit
hlin. there, but be turned around Just
All In Family.
Bobby was seated In the reception
room of a hospital awaiting his aaotb
cr"8 return from tho bedside of a
friend. A Burse In passing ask Ms
If be bad a good time playtftfcot of
doors these fine 'days. BcMjy looked
-wlstfnl and said there wewsVt W
n&3ldrea la their neighborhood. The
nurse asked: "Haven't you any broth
ers or sisters?' To which Bobby im
plies, "Oh, yea, tout thoy live with "
Mistress 'Ton say you can't read,
Mnmh. How In the world did you ever
learned to cook bo weUT' New Cook
''Share, mum, 01 lay It to not bcln'
able to rade th' cook booKs.
Fixtures and Supplies
Unyielding adherence to princi
ples gives character to a financial
institution and safeguards the inter
ests entrusted to it; but it is the in-
j dividual method employed in busi-
ness dealings which distinguishes a
bank and establishes its reputation.
We are proud of ours.
FIRST H AttOHAL BAIflR
Of Hopkinsviiie, Ky.
Ts B of Real AMttaHM.
PfUom'i teat In the fertptwe ;ejt
BwMBlty: He who desire W UttUt
ether people will avoid referrta to the
voices of men and will take care only
sparingly to speak of human Impo
tence, while he will, talk largely of hit
man virtue or power and of the way
by which It roa7 be tnndo perfect, ao
that men being moved, not by fear or
aversion but by the effect of joy, may,
endeavor as much as they can to live
under the rule of reason.
Tho argumentative woman Is a so
cial blight and on enemy to her own
charm, bo she otherwise as attractive
as It la possible for a body to be. Ar
gument In Itself Is a dignified mental
process ono absolute necessity for
the world's Intellectual development,
but It ceases to be a thing desirable
when It enters overy-day verbal Inter
course moro than an exceedingly rare
every so often. Plain common sense
should tell us tho reason why. New
York Evening Telegram.
Children In Japan.
Japan prizes her children as her
greatest asset She seeks to Instill tho
beauty and the joy of life Into their
souls. She alms to develop their bodies
and their minds to the rhythm of hap
piness and not under the rod of a rigid
Male Wasps Not Hardy.
There isn't a male wasp In cxlstcnco
when winter ends. Late the preceding
fall the wasps mate. The coming cold
weather kills every worker and male,
while Mrs. Wasp hies herself to a con
venient placo and hibernates, ready to
come forth In the spring and lay eggs
to replenish the race.
THE MARKET BASKET j
(Prices at Retail)
Eggaipor dozen 50c
Butter per pound 45c
Breakfast bacon, pound 55c
Bacon, extras, pound 38c
Country hams, large, pound .... ,35c
Country hams, small, pound 35c
Lard, pure leaf, pound..! S7c
Lard, 50 lb. tins $16.00
Lard, compound, pound 30c
Cabbage, per pound 05c
Irish potatoes 50c per peck
Sweet potatoes, 40c " "
Lemons, per dozen 30c
Cheese, cream, per lb 35c
Flour, 24-lb sack $1.70
Cornmeal, bushel $2 25
Oranges, per dozen 30c to 50c
Cooking Applesjper peck .,40c
Onions per pound 06c
Navy beans, pound 20c
Black-eyed peas " 15c
S Used 40 Years
S The Woman's Tonic
gl Sold Everywhere db
TIRED, W0RN.0UT AND MIS
Many Hopkinsviiie jojlf J
This Condition. '
Thcro is little rest for many a kid
The kidneys feel congested, soro
Tho sufrerer, tired, worn-out; de
pressed. Weak kidneys need quick help
Need a special kidney remedy.
Doan's Kidney Pills have stood the
Have proven their merit to thous
ands of kidney sufferers.
Can any Hopkinsviiie reader doubt
Mrs. D. D. McMath, 221 .Bryan St.,
Hopkinsviiie, says: "My kidneys were
weak and acted irregular. I felt dull
languid nnd nervous, dizzy headaches.
A friend recommended Doan's Kid
ney Pills and I bought some. Their
use, as directed, helped me in every
way. My general health improved
and my kidneys were once more in a
Prico 60c at all dealers. Don't sim
ply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mrs. McMath had. Foster-Milburn
Co., Prop., Buffalo, N. Y. Adver
tisement Children Cry
O ASTO R I A
Remember we can supply your
wants. Our stock is composed of
such things as:
Genuine Ohio River Salt, Lard Ket
tles, Lard and Sausage Presses,
Hand and Power Meat Choppers,
Lard Cans, Hog S ( 1 ' j u s,
Butcher Knives, Beam Scales,
Keen Kutter and Enterprise
Blades and Plates for your
Planters Hdw. Co.
I Fountain Pens' J
Birthday Presents that are Useful
Any girl or boy any man or woman
would appreciate a good fountain pen.
Every day of the year almost every hour
of th day such a present can be put to a
Thera are many inaKea of fountain pens.
And many styles and sizes in the various
mah.es. So if we can be of any service to
you tn helping you choose the best fountain
pen on the market for your particular pur
pose, just drop In and see us.
J. O. COOK
Let Us Do Your
Something Not For Sale.
During the opening of the Kolb &
Howo Jewelry store this week n lady
who entered was met by one of the
ydurtfc'kdy. assistants who smilingly
"Madam, can l snow you some-'
"No, 1 guess not," was tho reply,
"I want to see Mr. Kolb."
"Oh, I can show you Mr. Kolb,"
was tho quick rejoinder, "but he is
not for sale."
Old Lcstorlch, nn uncomplimentary
husband, who used to appear In the
Austrian paper Floh, said to his wife:
"If nature had made me nn ostrich,
perhaps I could eat your cooking."
"That would bo fine," answered his
imperturbable wife. "Then I could get
some plumes for my hat." Christian
Tho Better Flohter.
"Do man who admits dat he kin bo
scared," said Uncle Ebcn "generally
puts up a better fight dan do man
dat's alius Muffin' 'bout what a hero
Keep Hands Off Wounds.
A wound should never be touched
with the bare hands. It is better to
j cover It up Just as it la rather than
w run wo nsK or introauang anoincr
colony of perhaps even moro danger
ous germs. If possible, however, the
wound should bo washed out with an
antiseptic solution. If water Is to
bo used, it should havo been boiled nt
least ten minutes, as simply bringing
It to the boiling point will not kill the
BOXES REQUIRE MUCH WOOD
Lumb.r Mn and Mills Have Big Job to
Provide Containers Tor Applet
Rnmn lilon nt ihn lmiwrfftnt bear-
VK$ft'fa1kryiuduBtrj of the state
of Washin'gtoirhas on the fruit in -
dusfry mfty be gained from., the fact
that in this state alone there are re-
quired annunlly 12,000,000 apple
boxes, to say nothing of the other
fruits and the packing cases for can-
ncry output, says tno apoKane
Each apple box contains 4.3 board
feet of lumber, or 51,600,000 feet
are required annually to box the
apples of the state.
It takes a large, well-equipped
mill to cut 100,000 feet a day and
an army of workmen in tho woods
to keep logs supplied. Such a plant
running every day, single shift,
could not furnish enough lumber in
The value of the logs used, just as
they are delivered into tho water,
would range from $350,000 to $500,
000. With this in mind many of the
box manufacturers are urging the
standardization of a box that will
eliminate the largo percentage of
waste which now takes place. Ex
cept in raro cases tho box manufac
turers must purchaso from the saw
mill lumber cut on a 12-inch basis,
with, the result that outside of every
box factory will be seen huge piles
of narrow strips which aro ripped
from such lumber to meet the di
mensions required under the present
PAYS TO CHANGE SUBJECT
Discussion of Pleasant Things Far
More Interesting Than Talk of
A few weeks ago I met a man,
writes a great literary light in Eng
land, who immediately after making
the polite salutation, commenced t
recital of his troubles of that day.
He caressed his troubles so that he
magnified them, and there seemed
no happiness for him except in re
membering them and dwelling upon
Alter more man half an hour of
listening to his tale of woe.
inougnt no ntui gone lar enough with
these messages of misery, so I inter-
ji. . . i i i . . '
rupted him with the remark, "Now
icii mo somo of the ?ood thines
which liaye happened to you today."
It took him a minute or two to 6tart,
out wnn encouragement he brought
oui many iavorable happenings with
favorable surroundings. His mood
changed very quickly
If wo must keep our minds
something, and talk about
thing, why not choose the hannier
uim Dnjmier tinntrsi' Thnv
i ... i , ... -
much more interesting.
WOMAN INVENTS FENDER.
io a woman inventor, ilarv I.
iverson of .Beverly, Mass., the Scien-
tine American gives credit for hav
b uM.6ub. u practical ienaer ior encies, says that Gorky as a politi
street cars, which remains penna- cian, is the blindest of tho blind and
iicuuy iii piace. xno lender is made
up of 6tout rods, and is permanently
lubicuuu 10 xne car uasn by welding
1 . . , , w
v uwu uituuo. iixienumg irom De-
ncatn one doorstep completely
urounu to tne otlier doorstep, this
fender makes it practically irapos-
sioie ior any article to get under tho
"You suspect tho new waiter of
uumg a uennan agent r
Acs. xno oiner used to receive
a tip with polito gratitude. This
ono acts as if ho wero collecting on
WHERE MEN ARE SCARCE.
Maud Tho vicar savs there in nn
marryincr in heaven.
Mabel Of courso not Wouldn't
bo enough men to go round.
That fellow has been refected
Trying to enlist?'
Trying to get married.'
IT IS TO LAUGH.
"Onoo in a while I eet a. eooA
jaugn out of the news."
. . . . .. w o
UTr instance?" f
"Like this drop in coal erf fin
cents a ton."
"I m the Alukan Indlei
frozen fleh as legal Under."
THOUSANDS OF 'RATS KIULED
Campaigns Agslnit Rodent In VSrlew
Sections of Country Result In
I Great Slaughter.
'A vivid realization of the multi
tude of rats which thrive as para-l
, eitea on man's industry may be
gained from the results of local
campaigns against them, announces
n health bulletin. In 1904 a plague
of rats occurred in Rock Island and
Mercer counties, Illinois, and during
the month ending April 20 ono man
killed 3,445 on his farm
During tho campaign of tho pub
lic health service against the bubonic
plague in San Francisco from 1904
to 1908, inclusive, more than 800,000,
were killed; and in New Orleans
during 1914 and 1915, 551,370 were
During the winter and spring of
a single year more than 17,000 rats
were killed on a rice plantation con
taining 400 acres in Georgia, and by
actual count 30,000 were killed on
another plantation containing about
1,200 acres. On a farm of about 150
acres on Thompson island, in Boston
harbor, 1,300 occupied ratholcs were
counted and other rats were living
about the farm buildings. At a large
meat-packing establishment in Chi
cago from 4,000 to 9,000 havo been
LOCUST IS GOOD FOR SHIPS
Timber Is Being Converted Into Pegs
and Nails for Use In Wooden
Craft Under Construction.
Representatives of wooden ship
yards on the Pacific coast have been:
buying up the locust trees cast of!
the Cascade mountains to uso tho
wood for nails and pins in the wood
en ships. wrft,w"-Jr"J,ij
Workmen in the employ of the
buyers cut down the locust trees,
chop them' up, take away the stuff
they wish and leave the remainder
on the ground. The shipbuilders
use the locust wood because it is
Btrong and does not decay. The
farmer in the irrigated country
grows the locust because it ib the
most beautiful of all the fast-growing
The locust was formerly a favorito
Bhade tree m eastern cities, but it
I is no lonoer Dermitted to be DlantedJ
i " .
I there because of a boring lnsecb
which destroys it. On the Pacific
J coast the tree is perfectly sound and;
I crows oven more ranidlv than in tho
East. A locust tree clipped to tho
J ground is soon restored by sprouta,
from the stump,
A DANGEROUS PATRIOT.
Maxim Gorky, who in an eventi
lul career has been a nack-ofedlr
fades.' turnsPltr hewer of wood, and,
I tno tnmniio niithnT- Mmf nil
the famous author that all tho'
world knows, is now, unfortunately
ior ins country, a politician and a,
. . ....
journalist. The politics of Gorky
EDOlI anarehv. Mnvimnlicm T.nni,i
ism nnvfhit.fr nvrnnt nnfioi
x J J
not be suspected of reactionary tend-
has dpn t
fnnnrtntinna nt" pnM;, i,v -p
I ..w.-n vfc .mesiuu iUUt JJA-
10,000 METEOR OBSERVATIONS,
Meteor observations in 1916 Rpnt
m to the Leander McCormick oh
servatory for discussion and publica
tion by amateurs in tho Unito.l
States and Canada numbered ni.r-
than ten thousand. This is R.iiil 1
be the lamest number of mpinnv
servations ever collected in a sin"l
year, except possibly during th
years of a remarkable meteor shower
"Don't have any minor kevs i?
this military music?"
"If it is for tho army, it outfit tu
I i ... . . " o
nave notning but major keys."
The Vicar What a drpmlfnl
plague of caterpillars, John 1
John Ah; an' 'oo let loose the
first pair of 'em? Noah ? London
A COOK'S PREROGATIVE.
"Why did your cook leave 7 i
"I never asked her. I didn't know
a cook was supposed to havo any
special reason for leaving."
These anti-treating bills aro tCfal
, "I should, calLthem teetotal faiW