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H0PKINSV1LLE KENTUCKIAN JUNE 3
PAGE 7 Latest Offer! KENTUCKIAN, TrMYeekly, one year Daily Evening Post, . . one year Home and Farm . . . one year Kentucky Governors Wall Map, de livered charges prepaid, All For Only $4,25 The Wall Map is the only complete collection of portraits of the Gov ernors of the State of Kentucky, in cluding term of office and date of birth and death under each Gover nor's portrait, from Isaac Shelby to A. Owsley Stanley. SEND ALL ORDERS TO THE KENTUCKIAN, Hopkinsvilie, Ky. n CITY BANK TRUST CO. Capital Stock - - $ 60,000.00 Surplus SrLdrSro-flvhich - 100,000.00 Deposits - - Over one-half Million Dividends for past 3 years 15 Per Cent Thejcontinu'ed successful career of this Bank com mends itself to the Public as A SAFE DEPOSITORY. WIRE YOUR HOME FOR Electric Lights BAUGH ELECTRIC CO. SUPPLIES AND FIXTURES. If Electric We Do It Telephone 561-2 a- H M H H M M H M M M M M H H H M You Jct GOOD Valuo at ANY Price Silt j Lisle or Cotton E 25c to $5.00 per pair Jj "Onyx" p Hosiery WHOLESALE Emery "Beers Company,! 153-181 EAST 24th ST. NEW YORK M M A SKIN LIKE VELVET smooth, clear, free of wrinkles. Uie die exquisitely fragrant cream of Uio beauty flower of India and W complitseutetl on your complexion. tit i xr k YourdcalerhasElcaya h i 4 A V A or will get It. J Jl X-TX CRfiME ? WHAT IS HOME ? - WITHOUT A BATH ROOM. Thoro is no reason for being without One as We are fully equipped to Install Qno on short notice, CALL US FOR AN ESTIMATE. HUGH McSHANE, Plumber Always t; your service. Cor. 10th and Liberty SU. Phone 960tJ, WOMEN CARE FOR HORSES Woman's Greatest Trouole. Scarcity of Man Workers In England Has Brought About a Peculiar State of Affairs. A notable cxnnjple of the utiliza tion of fcraalo labor in war-time ia Afforded by three large military horse depots at Heading. There is not a single man on, any of the staffs, the work of attending J to the horses being done by gentle women. Some of them have been brought up in Australian and Cana dian horse-ranches, but most of them are members of the South Berks and other hunts. The depots arc con valescent homes for army horses. They have been organized by Mr. Ce cil Aldin, the sporting artist and a joint master of the South Berks hunt. The fifty ladica working at the depots wear caps, short breeches, ,nnd gaiters. They meet the horses at the railway stations and do all that iB necessary for their comfort, duly dis patching them from the railway sta tions when they are restored to health. London Mail. Bigf Sandy, Tenn. Mrs Lucy Can trell, of this place, says: "Every two weeks, I had to go to bed and stay therp several days. I suffered untold misery. Nothintr seemed to help me, until 1 tried Cardul, the woman's tonic. Although I had been afflicted with womanly wpak ness for seven yea s, Cardul helped me more than anything else everdid. It W SUrelv thi best tonic for on earth." Weakness Is woman's greatest trouble. Caadui is woman's greatest medicine, because It ove comes that weakness and brings luck strength. In the past CO years, C t- nui neipeu oyer a million women. Try it for your trouble?, today. aaverusement. 'HOUSEHOLD EMPLOYEE" NOW Cincinnati Has Entered Into Move ment to Abandbn Old Titles of Servants. Cincinnati women who may need household assistance will be asked hereafter when seeking help to ask for n "household employee" instead of a "girl" or "maid" or the now practically obsolete "hired girl." In an address in New York sev eral days ago Miss Elizabeth Dodge, national secretary of the Y. W. C. A., stated that all housemaids should be called household employees, as the term carries with it the proper dig nity and an accurate description of the work indicated. It is distinctly favored by Miss Elizabetli Attee, sec retary of the Cincinnati Y. W. 0. A., and by Mis3 Margaret Mason of the woman's department, city-state labor exchange, who stated their intention of using the term and doing all in their power to make its use general. A RESPITE. "How would you like to be an ex plorer and visit unfrequented parts of the earth," "I would like that first rate," re plied the weary mortal. "It would be a positive relief to find myself in a place where I wouldn't hear any war news for six months or a year." AS OTHERS SEE US. Sapleigh Tfow do you aw like me new monocle, Miss Cutting? Mis3 Cutting Oh, it's all right as far as it goes; but really you should wear a double eyeglass. Sapleigh And why, pray 2 Miss Cutting Because it would hide more of your face. , WORTH CULTIVATING. "Are your new neighbors the kind of people you care to associate with?" "Well, rather I They own three motor cars." DESERVES THE TITLE. "Why do you call Mrs. Twobble a superwoman V "When she says, 'Wait a minute,' sho means approximately sixty seconds." Preferred Locals FOR SALE CHEAP Two-wheol go-cart, good as new. Phone 800-1. WHEN ALL OIL IS GONE BOARDERS WANTED By Mrs. Geo. F. Shelton, East 21st street. Time to sack your hams. Big sup ply for sale at this office. ' Smithson Water delivered Tues days and Saturdays. Phone 633 1. vuTerusemenL Standhopo Butnry for sale. Hand made. $150 vehicle for $50. Phono 476. Advertisement. See J. H. Dagg for contracting ouilding and general repair work of til kinds. Fhonu 476. Advertisement. yi i tt vjuou morning i jaave you seen The Courier? FPiTrrmcTMllri'a linaf nattay Advertisement. Ham Sacks. Plenty of ham sacks just received at this office. Call and get your supply. Cottage For Rent. Seven-room cottage at 10-1 W. 17th street. Good repair, bath and electric lights, garden and fruit trees. One square from Main. Immediate pos session. CHAS. M. MEACHAM. Likely to Be n Problem to Find Some thing That Can Re v . place IL IIow much petroleum tl'icre is in the United States no one knows, writes Franklin K. Lane, secretary of the interior, in an nrticlo on "Eco nomic Preparedness," published in tho Scientific American. But at the present rate of consumption 265, 000,000 barrels a year it will soon bo exhausted, for the geological sur vey's maximum estimate is 23,000, 000,000 barrels. "Whatever the supply," says Sec retary Lane, "it should not bo al lowed in its crude state to compete with coal as fuel. Petroleum is a priceless resource, for it can never bo replaced. Trees can bo grown again on the soil from which they havo been taken. But How can petroleum be produced ? It has taken ages for nature to distill it in her subter ranean laboratory. We do not even know her process. We may find a substitute for it, but have not yet. It is practically thu one lubricant of the world today. Not a railroad wheel turns without its way being smoothed by it. Wo can make light and heat by hydro-electric power, but tho great turbines move on bearings that are smothered in petroleum. From it we get the quick exploding gas which is to the motor and the airship what air is to the human body. To industry, agriculture, com merce and the pleasures of life, pe troleum is now essential." SUMMER HOURS. uirnegic LiDrary will be open during the summer months from 9:30 to 12 o'clock, and from 3 to8:30p. m MRS. VIRGINIA LIPSCOMB, Librarian. For Sale Four H. P. Gasoline tank cooled International f ngine, in good condi tion, at a very ow price. May be seen at PLANTERS HDW. CO. Incorporated. Advertisement. Eggs For Hatching. Barred Plymouth Rocks, Thompson strain with new blood from Holder man, Miles and Latham. Fine winter layers, 10 dozen eggs from one pen hi January. Eggs 15 for $1,50 or 30 for $2.50. Phono 94 or 449. STANDARD'POULTRY CO,, Hopkinsvilie, Ky' "Too Thin." "Too thin" was given currency by Hon. Alexander Stephens ot Georgia, in tho United States congress of 1S70. Somo members had mado a reply to Mr. Stephens, and tho latter had his chair wheeled out into tho aislo and said In that shrill, piping voice, which i " " ' ' V t) " - always commanded silence: "Mr. A TIFF. Speaker, tho gentleman's arguments 'are gratuitous assertions mado up of Newwed It is hard to nsk for ! wnol clt". And cloth, sir, so gauzy I ana min tuat it win not now water. i It is entirely too thin, sir." bread and get a stone. Mrs. Newwed It is worso to ask for u stone and got paste. AS EXPLAINED. Mrs. Wnggs Docs your husband suffer from chronic thirst? Mrs. Jaggs I should say not. Ho doesn't wait long enough. NATURALLY. "Our man is promised tho sup port of all tho fraternal orders." "Of course, he must bo tho lodge leal candidate? NEW "r&MVS.COOLOVou LOAN MEr TEN? WN UO(NINGr MONET Uslnn Old Bottles. A bottle may be cut off by wrapping a cord saturated in coal oil nround it sovoral times, then sotting flro to the cord, and just when it has finished burning plunging tho bottlo into cold water nnu tapping tho end you wish to break off. Oddly shaped or prettily colored bottles mako good vases. Tho top ot a largo bottlo having a small neck makes a good funnel. Largo, round bottles make good jelly glasses. THIS GOLF BALL HARMLESS. Another knick-knack has been added to the golfer's indoor equip ment. A woolly little ball, the size and shape of a regulation golf ball, now enables one to take one's stance in a corner of the living room and aim at any piece of bric-a-brac, cut glass or hand painted vase without fear of serious consequences. Of course there is always the chance that the ball will not go where it is directed, but if it should, and if it should pop the porcelain dairy maid square in the nose it would rebound without causing any damage. The indoor ball was placed on tho market in Kansas City several weeks ago, and already several hundred arc in use. The material is soft wool tied so it retains its spherical shape. ADDING INSULT TO INJURY. 'Tray composo yourself," said tho man who waa getting the best of tho argument "Compose myself!" exclaimed tho other. "I'd have you know, sir, that I am already a self-made niRn." MAKING A DISTINCTION. Mrs. Owens I'm going to tho butcher's, Tom. Shall I ordor tho i Sunday dinner? I Owens No, don't ordor it; just ass xor it. .Last month's bill isn t paid yet. MARITAL HINT. lie I seo where tho government Wants women to save their rags. She Well, if tho government only takes a look at tho clothes I havo to wear, it can see ono woman's doing it. THE PUZZLE. pEvery Womun V" rmf sT "Tho Do Smythes are going to, givo a big' blowout." "IIow do they manage to raise the wind?"- " FAR BEHIND. "Is your 6on pursuing his studies at college?" 'Ye, but he hasn't caught up with FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE Dilved In vrtr for dowske stops pelvic' catarrh, ulceration ami Inflam mation. Recommended by Lydia E. Pinkkani " Md. Co. for tea yean. A healing wonder for tiaial catarrh, ore throat and (ore Te. Economical. TREATING A FAVORITE "A3 8UCH. "You haven't been heard yet on your favorite topic." "No," replied Senator Sorghum. "I think too much Of that tnnin in risK raamng it unpopular by brinj ing it up nc tno wrong time." AWFUL. BizI've smoked an awful lot of cigars lately. Dix You're right, Jt.that oot Breathitt, AUensworth & Breathitt Attomeys-at-Law jfflce: Bohn Building, Up Stain, Front Cvurt House. Dr. G. P. Isbell Veterinary Surgeon Now located at my old stand, 7th and Railroad. TELEPHONE 470. Hotel Latham Barber Shop Fine Bath Rooms. Four First Class Artists. FRANK BOYD. PROPR. Dr. M. W( Rozzell Specialist In Treatmont of Trachoma, (Granular Lids) and all diseases Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Spectacles Eye Glasses Office Phoenix Building Cor. 9th and Main. Hopkinsvilie, Ky. Office Phone 645-1. 3 TuraOvei a New liax By subscribing for THIS PAPEft L & N. Time Card Effective April 10. 1916. TRAINS GOING SOUTH. No. 93-C. & N. O. Lim. 11:50 p. m. No. 51 St. L. Express 5:29 p. m. No. 95 Dixie Flyer 9:35 a. m. No. 55 Hopkinsvilie Ac. 7:00 a. m. No. 53 St. L. Fast Mail 5:36 a. m. TRAINS GOING NORTH. No. 92-C. & St. L. Lim. 5:29 a. m. No. 52 St. Louis Express 9:55"a m. No. 94 Dixie Flyer 7:02 p. m. No. 56 Hopkinsvilie Ac. 8:55 p. m No. 54 St. L. Fast Mail 10:16 p. m. No. 51 connects at Guthrie for Memphis and points as far south as Erin, and for Louisville, Cincinnati and the East. Nos. 53 and 55 make direct con nection at Guthrie for Lcuisville, Cincinnati ncd all points north and east thereof. No. 93 curries throuch sleepers to Atlanta, Macon, Jacksonville, St. AuRUStine, and Tampa, Fla. Also Pullman sleepers to New Orleans. Connect at Guthrie for points East and West. No. 93 will not carry lo cal passenpers for points north of Nashville Tenn. J. C. HOOE. A t. Victrola VI, $25 Othertyle$15to$M0 iou arc "never at a loss for en tertainment when 4 here is a Victrola in your home. ft enables you to hear iie. world's best musi', whenever and as oltci. you wish. ('.me in and we'll "UMistrate the "nola and play. ny music you wish tih'.jr We'll ex-' tin uiir system of s" y iciim, too Cook's Drag Stord r Mir r . Sole Distributors sat of iima yet."