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The above show for themselves
Dr. D. Garfinkle's Eye
If you suffer with Granulated. Eye Lids, Watering, Itching
Eyes, Scums Pterygiums or Wild Hairs write for Free Sam
ple and you will soon be convinced that you can be cured,
before Paying a Penny. Address,
DR. D. GARFINKLE, ?
No. 509, 6th Ave. N., Nashville, Tenn.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
HOPKiWGVILLE - KENTUCKY.
UMTED STATES DEPOSITARY
Only National Bank In This Cornmunltvi
Stockholders' Liability 75,000.00
ISSUES TRAVELER'S CHECKS GOOD IN ALL PARTS
OF THE WORLD.
HAS A REGULAR SAVINGS DEPARTMEN1
Three Per Cent Interesl Paid on Savlnas and Time Oeposf
Job Printing at
' Living Insects as Ornaments.
In South America and Central
America several species of living In
sects are worn as ornaments. A bee
tle found In the crevices of old walls
is worn by the girls to ward off evil
IL BARBIER DE SEVILLE
Sn3 ito QvancL $era Jfflovso,
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11 yi""--. -s. -
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what a few weeks'
Remedy has done.
Getting Up In tne World.
Architect (enthusiastically) "When
you got Into the new house you won't
know yourselves." Mrs. Newrlch
"Excuse me, it will bo other people
we won't know."
. . . y- r t s 5 i
by AMERICAN MJELODY CO., New Ywk.
f at the ; i j i ; n -v
First Baptist Church Rev. G. M.
Thompson, Pastor. So v i c e s as
Sunday School 9:30 a. in.
MornitiR Service -11:00 a. tr ?
B. Y. P. U.-6:00 p. m,
Evening Service 7:00 p.m,
Second Baptist Church Rev. W.
R. Goodman, Pastor.
Sunday School 9.45 a. m.
Preaching 11 a, m. "
Preaching 7:30 p. m.
Prayer meeting every Wednesday
night 7:30 p. m.
Methodist Episcopal Church Rev.
A. R. Kasey, Pastor.
Sunday School 9:30 a. m.
Morning Service 10:45 n. m.
Epworth League 6:15 p. m.
Evening Service 7:00 p. m.
Prayer meeting at 7:00 p. m. every
Westminster Presbyterian Church
Rev. C. H. H. Branch, Pastor.
Sunday School 9:30 a. m.
Men's Bible Class 10:00 a. m,
Morning Service 1045 a. m.
First Presbyterian Church
Sunday School 9:30 a.m.
Chtistian Endeavor G:15 p. m.
Weekly Prayer Meeting- -Wednes
day 8:00 p. m.
Cumberland Presbyterian Church
'J. B. Edhman, Pastor.
Sunday School at 9:30.
Preaching at 11 a. m.
Christian Endeavor 7:00.
Preaching at 80:0 p. m.
Medium's Fraud Exposed!
At a spiritualist seance at Osuna,
Spain, a parrot, which had boon
trained to imitato tho voice of a nun,
long dead, and which had been hidden
behind voluminous draperies, fluttered
down on tho tablo. Tho medium was
mobbed by tho company and seriously
PI FRENCH FEMALE
A Sin, Ciktut Riuir for Sotuhid Muitibitiom.
NEVER KNOWN TO FAIL S'et Sunt Srwij-I B.tii.
faction liutnclceil or llon.r Rtfunrixt. Hnt nt.n.M
fortl.OOpcrtnx. Will ttai themon trial, to tw p14for
whea rcliered. Kunolei I'rea. irTmirdni..tiAn..nAt
bftre tbcm lend joarorder, to tbt
UNITED MEOICAL CO.. IO( 74. UHOtlH, pA.
Sold la Hopkinsvllle by
I7ic Andcfwn-Fowcr Dtug Co.
UJ ZJJ i.
Homeseckcrs tickets are
sold at greatly reduced fares
on the 1 stand 3rdTucsdays
of each month; stopovers
free and 25 days time, via
Cotton Belt Route, to
Winter tourltt ticket (round
trip) from southeast points to
many points in Texas, Louisiana
and New Mexico, will be on sate
daily Nov. 1st, 1913 to April 30,
1914; with exceedingly long return
limit of June 1st, 1914. Stopovers.
All year touritt ticket on sale
daily to certain points in Texas
90 day limit.
Tho Cotton Belt Route is the
directWnc fromMcmphis toTexas,
through Arkansas two splendid
trains daily, with electric lighted
equipment of through sleepers,
parlorcars nnd dining cnra.Traina
from all parts of Southeast make
direct connection at Memphis
with Cotton Belt Route trains
to the Southwest. ,
For lull Information about Home,
seekers Fares, Winter Tourist Fares
or All Year Tourist Tickets, address
tho undersigned. Books about farm
Inc In Southwest, sent free. Wrltcl
L. C. BARRY, Traveling Pass'r Agent
63 Todd Building, Loultrille, Ivy.
Grinn "What's happened to dis
turb tho friendship between Nupop
and Cutup? Each one says the other
is an intolerable bore." Barrett
"Nupop's recently becomo tho father
of a flrst-born and Cutup's Just had
a surgical operation,"
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INSULT TO INJURY
Blast it, sir! Your dog tried to
bite mo I Is there anything tho mat
ter with him?"
"Evidently. He's cither near
sighted or else lacking in good taste."
MEASURE FOR MEASURE.
"Mrs. Mulcahy," said tho justice,
"why did you strike Mrs. Muldoon ?'
"Sure, you ahner," said tho de
fendant, with the air of one who baa
suffered, "I says lo her as pleasant
as though shpakin' to an nngel, says
I : 'You got brass enough in yer faco
sufficient to mek a six-quart pail I'
An' wid that Missis Muldoon tips an'
says, says she: 'It's yersilf as hasn't
manners enough to fill the half of it,
Misses Mulcahy says she; an' 'twas
thin I interrupted her with a gintlo
tap on th' hid, yer ahner, eor.' "
APPRECIATES THE COMPLIMENT.
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"Ah," said the editor gleefully
"here is a glowing tribute from our'
rival, the Daily Yell."
"Indeed?" said his assistant
"What is it?"
"Why, they print the news we pub
lished exclusively yesterday and say
they have it from tho very best an
Tho foot-pound Is a regularly rec
ognlzed unit of result in estimating
mechanical work. It represents one
pound in weight raised ono foot from
tho ground. One pound Is the unit
of weight, ons foot tho unit ql dls
0- o I -0.-0. -2- -5- . K -5--S-
I I I I U I 0. 0.
120 Millie Doftra
Last year by people looking;
returns of 60 to
Better be satisfied with
something SAFE and SOUND
goffered by people you know
even if it don't make quite as
Call and investigate our
First Mortgage Land Notes--Nothing
Planters Bank &
i CUT GLASS
9th and Main Sts.
Finally Got "Moved. '
"Do you think tho motor-cat baa,
como to stay?" asked one man ot bij
neighbor. "Well," replied tho otherj
"there was one out in front of mj
house tho other day which I thoaghtj
had; but they got a horse, afteg f
while, and towd. It homo." I