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fire in every way by using the cheapest if
dollar and a quarter coal slack or screen
ings as other heaters in which you must
use high grade soft coal or hard coal You
cant 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 cos
of stove that counts so much it is what
5 yvu have t ray to feed it in coal
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HOPKlNSVILtES GREATEST MILLINERY no USEir
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< Dawson Springs I Kentucky I
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HOTEL T ARCADIA
The waters are world wide in the celebrity The Hotel
with a capacity to take care of 200 people is situated on the
Kentucky Division of the I C R R about 200 feet from the rail
road station surrounded by a beautiful maple grove The old
chalybeate well is in the yard and the celebrated salts well
about 100 yards from the Hotel The wells are owned by the
Hotel Arcadia and the guests of the Hotel have free access to
them An Italian Band will be in attendance during they entire
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RATESIi
2 per Say 10 per Week
fl35 per Month
Children 10 years and under 5 per week
J Nurses and Maids 1 per day
For further particulars apply to N M Holman < Co
HOTEL ARCADIA Dawson Springs Ky
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When you KO to sleep fet night J
Ira tiLls tired wonder Ter
Bleep has crept and kissed them down
Fah beyond tho sleeping tOSOi
fJ the flioudi the white moolf lM
ttalht through the starry drown
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i T Is no use in talking Madge
II > your father will never consent
Ijjgjpur marriage and there is nothing
lleffor us but to elope
Elopel exclaimed the girl in a
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t gjitened tone Oh Leonard wa
ver could do that Why wo would
ladi
r s roses and things like that and
u wuitj 111 VI l UIU bf flkV IJ V UUU
1s winter time
You little goose began the young
man as he pinched her already rosy
fek we would have a modern up
late elopement Beet there is my
hlne out there at tho curb now
ijf cant you put on your wraps and
I no drive you over to Rev Mr
IIEoTirthlys and have all this worry
orwith 1 1 got the license this
iiWplngvl
vl Madge patted tho floor with ono
tiny foot and her brow was puckered
into a mass of little wrinkles
pBut it will mako all Oak Park
talk she began and wo cant have
afiy wedding and bridesmaids and
Niibwois
Never mind dearie we can have
each other and that is better Come
tiling and Ill go out and give
tfip chauffeur directions as to low to
reach Rev Mr Fourthlys house
Hurry up my dear for your father
yourfathermight
might come home any time and you
know your mother ma arrive from the
city ° at any moment and spoil our little
scheme
The young man gave the proper dl
reactions to his chauffeur and it was
not long before Madge camo down the
steps a little bit frightened and new
ous but still looking like a picture
with her flashing eyes her rosy
cheeks and plumes and alh
Just as they drove away from the
house the girl turned and saw her
father coming down the street in his
new racing machine She gave a lit
tie scream and cried Look Leon
nrdHe
He looked and with that he com
manded the chauffeur to drive as lust
as ever he could
Mr Neversmlth alighted from his
machlno and hurried Into the house
housea be
asked of Maggie the maid
Shes gone to town sir said the I
maid v
maidWhere is Madge he asked this
timeII
replyn
Dldn ishe leave any word when
she went away he began sternly
No sir but 1 did hear her and her
young man talking about eloping sir
Eloping Jerked out Mr Never
smith Do you meanto say that she
has run away with that worthless
young Doolittle Answer mo Did
she go away with that young man 1
Yes sir I think so air I heard
them talking about going away to Mr
Fourthlys and they went away to
gether They left the house Just bo
fore you came In
By this time Mr Neversmith had
reached the front door He glared at
the maid us though it had been her
fault that the young folks bad started
to elopeY
I will catch them and It will be
the worse for thorn too mind you
that You should have phoned me
when you heard them plotting to run
away I could wring their necks and
yours too he said as he shook his
fist in the dlrectlpn of the maid and
jumped into his machine
Do you know the Doolittlo chant
feur Neversmlth asked his driver
Yis sor came the reply
themn
Head the machine toward Rev Mr
Fourthlys and speed It up to the I
limit
The machine gave a sudden lurch j
forward and then stopped as sud
denly
And then there was a delay
In the meantime the fleeing couple 4
had not made much headway Some 1
thing had gone wrong with the auto 1
mobile and while the young man and I
his chauffeur were both trying to fix
It Madge looked back and saw her e
father start after them I
Oh Leonard hes coming he Is I
coming she began and hell never
let me sea you again Oh I wish we
hadnt started He is driving his ma I
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chine like mad and I know he is fu 4
rious j
riousAt
At this Leonard stepped into the 4
machine to take a look at the pur j
suing father and as he djd so be gave
a satisfied Ah
What are you fthlng for queried
QueriedMadge
Madge
MadgeHis
His machine is stuck too and Ill 1
bet the air is blue for a block around
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At that i juncture and automobile
cam up aipngiida the one In which 1
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t hey wore and thoro wore surprised
greetings Why how do you dp Mr Fourth
111 exclaimed Miss Nevorsmlth
> o Well 1 nayer oxolalmed the min
later I savour father back there
In the sires hind his maoHIno was
broken datvt fo
Yes chirjyf in the young woman
we have boa expecting papa every
minute YotfflJBiow we wore on our I
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way to your 1 o to hove you marry
us You ImO Mr Doolittle dont you
Mr Kourthlyi i
Most coda y J do replied tho
nllplslpr L too bad that your
auifii i no lira wn
Mr liourt ont you think tha t
t0u could mn It8 rIght bore hi We
machlno nlSIBoolittle shaoplflhly
We havo the tense
Well it in1iMlio done hesitated
tne minister Jyifc Of course It would
bp altogether Jfnq PIiJ
aftndYhat
We dont trltndlhl t Mr Fourthly
Bald the girl with a smile I rather
think It would bo a lark You see
Leonard and I could stand in this ma
chine and you in that one and the
two chauffeurs coulffSBe witnesses It
would be a novel waUdlng + and so long
as I cant have a Big Church wedding
with lots of flowers and things I dont
care what kind of a qiefqmpny it is
But your father tftdughtrully be
an Mr Fourthly I
Well of course TJfxpected him
but if his machine ha8ken down it
may take him some tlmirto fix it and
1 dont think wed bitter wait said
the young man ffi
No lets dont waft fOr papa ex
claimed the girl for when his ma
chine breaks down tie gets awfully ex
cited and he would not be in a state to I
witness a wedding
With that tho young people took
their positions and in the fewest words
possible the minister pronounced them
husband and wife The finn words
wprdshad I
had scarcely left his mouth when Mr
Nevorsmith plunged his machine e
alongside and shouted furiously
Madge Neversmlth but ho got no
further for tho smiling bridegroom
said mockingly
Mrd
Neversmith
NeversmithYes
Yes papa chimed the bride We
are married You can ask Mr Fourth
ly We were on the way to his house
when the old machine broke down and
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PRONOUNCED THKM MAN AND WIFE
WIFEI
providentially he found us here and
we didnt wait for you for we feared
you would be late
Neversmith looked at the minister
inquiringly and saw at once that h S
had arrived too late
So that is the reason you did not
care to wait for your father began
the minister as he took In at a glance
the situation
situationForgive
Forgive us Mr Fourthly began
the girl and turning to her father she
went on and you too father I love
Leonard and you wouldnt consent tour o
our marriage and so wo eloped and I
am very sorryno I mean gladob
I dont know what I mean only that I
want you to forgive me
Neversralths face which up to this
time had been like a thundercloud 1
suddenly lighted up with a smile
Well 1 suppose I must make the
best of It Come pile into this ma
chine and Ill take you to my bouse
Hero Mr Fourthly is a little token
of my esteem that the bridegroom in
his excitement has forgotten to give
you and ne handed the astonished
minister a crisp 100 bill
When the bridal party arrived home
Mrs Neversmlth who by the way p
was fond of young Doolittle was at
the door to bestow her blessings
Its all your fault growled Mr
Neversmith as ho shook his flst at
Maggie tho maid You ought to be
drawn and quartered
repliedthe
the maid with a grin
Baku Oil Fields
During the recant riots in tho DnJ u
oil fields 1777 derricks burned oj
which 912 were being profitably
worked SCO woro being bored or re
paired and 499 wero unprofitable
Thorn are still standing 1219 derricks
of which 526 are profitable 282 are to
Jng bored or repaired and 412 arc un
profitable
Cargoes of Bulbs
IEach of two
steamers which re J
Gently left the Chinese port of Arno y I
for the United States carried 60 toni
II
of bulbs of the sacred Chinese lily I J
for the American market They arc
mostly narcissus bulbs
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SayDollyNell
Dolly Nell says that her engage
ment ring cost 100c
Polly Perhaps she meant that she
spent as much as that entertaining the
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Hopkinsville Market
Corrected < Every Thursday
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cmOCIDRiES
f riIESE AU RfTAIkiRICtt
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Applos per pock 300 to 50
Beans white per Ib 5c
Coffee Arbucklesy per lb 17c
CqJFee roasted gOfettf 35c
Coffee green 1234ito25c
Tea green per Ib 60 jto 80c
Tea black per lb 4c to 50c
Cheese cream 20c Ib straight
Pine Apple 65c to 125v
Edam 125
Sweitzer 50c Ib
100d
Sugar light brown 17 Ibs 100 A
Sugar dark brown 18 lbs 100
Sugar Cuba 10 lbs for 100
Sugar XXXX 10 Iba for 1 00
Flour patent pcr bbl 500n
Flour family per bbl 460
320e
Meal per bushel 70c
gallonGrits
Grits 20c gallon i
Oat Flakes package lOc to lc
Oat Flakes bulk Sclb
VEGETABLES
Sweet potatoes per peck 25c
Irish potatoes per peck 25c
Oabbage per lb 3c
Onions per peck 30c fi
fiTurnips
Celery 5c and lOc a bunch
CANNED GOODS
Corn per doz cans 100 to 150 5
Tomatoes 12 cans 100 to 150
Peas from lOc to 30c per can i
String beans lOc per can
Pumpkin lOc to 15c can
Hominy lOc per can
Pork and Beans 10c and 15c
15ce if T
Beets per can lOc m
Kidney Beans lOc can
Lima Beans per can lOc
Korona per can 20c
Squash per can lOc
Peaches lOc to 40c per can
35ce
Pears per can lOc to 35c
Pineapple per can lOc to 35c
35cd
Cherries per can 30c to 45c
Green Gage Plums per can 25c
Butter per lb 20c and 25c
Package figs lOc
Mince Meat per lb lOc
Currants 15c package
Raisins lOc and 15c package
Raisins layer 15c lb
Evaporated Peaches 15c lb p
Evaporated Apples lOc lb
Evap Apricots 15c 20c lb
Prunes lOc per lb
COUNTRY PRODUCE
Hams country per tb14c
Packers hams per lb 1 5c
rtSides
Sides per lb lOc
Lard per 1b12j4c
Honey per lb 12c
POULTRY PIMi
Eggs 25c doz Hens 6Jc lb Mi
Young Chickens each 15c to 3Uc 4
Turkeys fat per lb lOc c
Ducks per lb 7c
Roosters per lb 3c
Full feather gees per doz 6 +
Wholesale Prices
dGRAIN
No 2 Northern mixed oats it
bushel 45 No1 Timothy bay ppr
ton 1600 No 2 Timothy bayp + r
ton 1000 No1 Clover Hay I 3
ton 1200 Mixed Clover Hay a °
Timothy hay per ton 12 50
POULTRY EGGS AND BUTTER
Prices paid by wholesale deae
to the producers and dairymen
oLive Poultry Hens per lb 6
large springs lb 8c
Butter Packing packing steel
per Ib 12c
EggsPer dozen 20c
ROOTS HIDES WOOL AND TALLOV
Prices paid by wholesale deal
eto butchers and farmers
Roots Southern ginseng 6 Oc
lb Golden Seal yellow rt i
90c lb Mayapple 2c pink ru t i
12c and 13ct
TallowNo1 4cj No 3 3cv
WoolBurry 12 to 20Cl
Grease 25c to 30c Medium t
washed 35c to lOci Coarse din
tubwashed 33c to 3ci Black n
24cFeathers
FeathersPrime white goo
goo45c
to 35c array mixed 15c to 30cwb r
duck 35ci
Hides and Skins These quo
quotions
Southern green hides 14c low
We quote assorted lots dry fl
No 116c to 18c No 2 14c rot
lots green salted beef hides lOc a
aHc
For HOIDOS UUI1VISr + a
Cheapest rates yet less than 01
way fare for tho round trip to poii
in the Southwest Go via Mernpln
or Cairo and Cotton Belt Route
Dates of cheap rates Oct 3 and 1t
1Nov
Finest time to visit the Souih
westsee the crops and locator
home
homeWrite
Write for maps literature an
cost of ticket to and point
L 0 Schaofer + 1 ACincinnati
E W LaBeaume G P T A
AGott is +
Thos + ls Ennia immigration
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