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Hopkinsville Kentuckian. [volume] (Hopkinsville, Ky.) 1889-1918, November 30, 1905, Image 3

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Because Bucks Hot Blast will pro
duce as much heat and as satisfactory a
fire in every way by using the cheapest i
dolar and a quarter coal slack or screenings
ings as other heaters in which you must
use high grade soft coat or hard coal You
can see at a glance how soon this saving
in fuel will make a Bucks Hot Blast ac
tually pay for itself It is not the first cost
of astove that counts so much it is what
you have to pay to feed it in coal
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SOUTH MAIN STREET HOPKINSVILLE KY
IF CONSTIPATION
LOSES ITS GRIP
upon you the moment you
begin taklnl the celebrated
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Cats yutfa of Wind Make Accurate
Marksmanship Impossible Un
less Gunner Is Glover
With a wind switching like a
ft liii tail now from the right ands
now from the left ono miuut J
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ail peeps by his side a14lther
1 < v stocked as well as thai of a
try surgeon and hetsea ba
meter thermometer arilmi
c meter constantly Good eye
I4 t good nerves with which to
p Idfy a rifle immobile and sights
uraiied on the bull are but the
fi gnaation8 of good shooting
h expert knows to a nicety the
jalmp8t imperceptible pressure of
offorefinger
I forefinger that will release the
seal notch and l launch the bullet
MPBtli both brain and finger are
Tray He keeps his rifle clean OB
thatch and with blackened I I
i lights that baffle deceptive side
jhghts He uses a peep sight that
i mathematically correct con
Cults elements and instruments
pu easingly raises his sight a
mllcronieter
crometer changes his shot in
inches by moving his windgauge I
a fine breadth to one side firings
to his natural ability to holdbJs
sights on the mark the leverage j of
tiWjrIfle shnga valuable and
serviceable adjunct officially ig
nored until this year by the firing
regulations of the regular sere
liesand from the written rec
ords of weeks finds the elevation
for his sighting shot His score
book shows the conditions of
weather and light record of ba I
rometer and thermometer posi
position
tion of the range flags and the
hand of the windclock dial every
change in elevation and wind the I
maker and date of his ammunition
and the exact location of < each
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in the field he would have but his
rifle and ammunition bu r the
schooling of the range would un
doubtedly help him to bring down
his man where others buried their
shots in the ground or futilely fired
11over the heads of the advancing
groups The rifleman who can
9with almost unerring certainty
change Ms sight or so alter his
hold that a hit in the upper right
righthand
hand corner of a target more than
half a mile away will on the next
trial be a bullseye is the man
who sari most successfully aid his
comrades on the firing line
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WOMAN MAKER OF VIOLINS
San Jose Cal Lady Has Distinction
of Being Only One of Her Kind
in the Country
To play the violin is the accom
plishmemt of hundreds of young
women but few have constructed
the beloved instrument from
which such wonderful melody can
be obtained says the Philadel
phia Press Miss Grace Barstow
of San Jose Cal has the unique
distinction of being the only wom
an violin maker in America if not
in the world and moreover she is
a noted performer on the instru
ments of her own making Possess
ing a fitting environment and in
telligent sympathy when her de
becamen
known Miss Barstows family
gave her every encouragement I
and sent to Germany for the neces
easy woods Altogether six vio
lins have been completed by her
each one a noted improvement on
ont
preceding gffort until the last in
strument is said by experts to pos
Hess a delightf uly richfand bril
lianttone Miss Bftrstow has
shown considerable4 inventive
genius in constructing her violins
successfully experimenting with
the motive redwood as a base bar
and will use more of that wood in
her next violin
Obtained from Spiders
Thread made from the spiders
web Is lighter and stronger than
that which comes from the silk
worm In France there is a fac
tory devoted to the manufacture
of spider thread The spiders are
arranged in dozens before a reel j
which withdraws the dellcato
threads each spider yielding from
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Assets 41395310200
Liabilities 33315875200
Surplus 8079426900k
Ratio of Assets Liabilities 124 25per cent
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make you an expert In a short
time A course in BookKeep
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good wages Day and night
school t Write telephone or call
at College office for rates of
tuition and free catalogue
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