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THBOAT and LUNG TROUB
4 T LES or MONEY BACK
BOYD POOL
BARBERS
rA7th Street Hopkins ville Ky
Y1I Especial Attention given t <
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jdl ided Prifits 100000
Circulating Notes SO 00000
Set Aside to Pay Taxes 1S5821
Indltidual Deposit 266 937 99
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Teeth Extracted FREE When
New Ones are Ordered
All Work GUARAN
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LOUISVILLE
DENTAL PARLORS
NEXT TO COURT HOUSE
HOPKINSVILLL KENTUCKY
HOME PHONE 1214
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NEW LAW FiRM
AllenswortH Cansler
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AttorneysatLaw
Will practice in the courts of Christian and
S counties Special attention to collec
lions and bankruptcy proceedings
Office on ground floor Hopper building IP
n lOt of Court House CumberJand Pbone5
WALTER KNIGHT
AttorneyatLaw
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HOPK1NSV1LLE KENTUCKY Court Street
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LOPlNSVILLL KT
EARL BRADLEY
Painter and Paper Hanger
Satisfaction Guaranteed
Cumb Phone 715 East Ninth St
HOPKINSVILLE KENTUCKY
DRAUGHOWS k4h7e4coI
25 Colleges id IS States POSITIONS secure I
or motley REFUNDED Also teach BY MAIL
Catalogue will convince TCC that Drangbonsli I
THE BEST Address J F Drangbon Prest
EVANSVILLE f ADUC U JtRVii IF tT LOUU
essfr S S u p p app aa AAS SASSAp p
Daw on and Cerulean Rates
Dawson and return 100 These
tickets are now sold on Saturdays and I
Sundays good to return until Mon
day night Season tickets sold every
1
day at 170 good until Oct 31
Cerulean and return 50c These I
tickets are now sold on Saturdays I
and Sundays good to return until j
Monday night Season tickets sold
every dayat BOo gopd until Oct 31
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Following arc the CpjirierJournal
totinats whoteall for Europe Satur
1ir Jsie I I LouIvjlle
t < rJISS MyrE i I1kinSill1i Vi1l
< M Thra Kirch Wisyille sec
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Miss Bessie Hunt r Louisville
senQapher f
1 MrS Annabel Adam i LO isyiJle I
tenOgrapior
Miss Alice Kohler l1isviU book
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keeper 1 i
Miss Sallie Ewing t Louisville
teacher s
tIIMiss Aneina Schw tim er Louis V
vile V
3Viss Katie Borgerdih gr New Al VV
fany bookkeeper
l Miss Celeste Kosure Miadisbnville
milliner V
41tMiss Maud Miller Ellcfbn teach
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Miss Mattie Christian Russell
ville V t
r Miss Ora E Hazelip Brownsville V
lawyer aged 20 j
Miss Anna Ford Smiths Grove
teacher I
MissBirdie Kelly Lebanon teach
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Miss Mattie Hughes Midway
teacher V
Miss Milda McMillan Paris
Miss Esther Wilson Mtv Sterling
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clerk
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Miss Virginia Kenned y Owens
boro teacherV V
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Miss > Frances Srnth Elizabeth
towht acherV VV Y V V
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EXTRAS VV
Miss Mollie Schiffitfan Louisville
clerk V I
Miss Bertha schack Louisville
Miss Sad Craig Jeffersonville
Miss Mary Mousty New Albany
milliner VV
Miss HattieFierstein Hopkins
yuleV V V f V
Miss Bessie Liyermore teach
er fMiss
Miss Mary Learr Paint Lick
None Too Young to Toil
When womens wrappers sarepaid
for at the rate of fortyrriine cents a
dozen andsilk waists at eight cents
each it is easy to understand why
even the help of tiny children must
be called upon to earn a pittance for
the makers If the children can do
no more than thread needles or pull
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out bastings their assistance j pre
cious if they are intelligent enough
to sew on buttons or make button
holes their help is more precious
still As soon as baby fingers can
move intelligently they play an in
creasingly important part in the
household V
It seems incredible I know tq talk
of an infant three years old working
and some may regard the statement
that such little ones do work as a
1
sensational exaggeration Butitis
literally true as is proved by thje
testimony of witnesses of unijjpfr
peach bIe character A baby three
years old can straighten out tobacco
leaves or stick the stamens of arti
ficial flowers through the petals A
chijd of four can put the covers on
paper boxes or even help to paste
them A child from four to six years
of age can pull out bastings and sew
on buttons A child of eight can
make artificial flowers almost as well
as an adult V atjd can make paper
bags just as well and almost as
quickly Many a girl from eight to
twelve years old can finish boys
kneepants as well as her mother
In our greatest and richest city
babies who should be in the kinder
gartens have been compelledto work
in such occupations as I have de
scribed and others of like nature
John Spargo in Womans Home
HomeCompanion
A congress of the greatest im
portance to the world in general has
been conducting its deliberations
modestly and quietly in the Italian
capital We refer to the Interna
tional Postal Congress whose con
clusions have been a useful and prac
tical contribution to international
ism says Review of Reviews In
the first place the international letter
weight unit has been raised from
half an ounce to an ounce making
the rate five cents or its equivalent
in the money of other countries for
the first ounce and three cents f r
each additional ounce Tfrero is
also to be the equivalent of an in I
ternational stamp in the form of an I
internatiQpal postal order for five I
cents which will be exchangeable
for a stamp of the same value in
any country of the union this for V
return poBtgeV
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NEW LAW
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And Pehlty For Failure 0to V
Have Same Complied Witfi >
I Under a law enacted by the ISM
legislature which became elfecj
lYe March 16 last an oathAvaa pro
vided for all applicants or tclzers
certificates and a hey penalty fix V
edSr the failure of tftopf offt V
iaJst6 see that the provisions of
thect were complied with
Xjill oath is as follows HI do aol
eniljFswfear or affirm that I have
not had access directly or indirectly
to the state board or other questions
to b1 iised in this examination and
thaT have no personal knowledge
of any uhlawful usage of the af ore
said questions by any person or per
sons which knowledge I have not
communicated to the grand jury
county attorney or county superin
tendent of schools cf thp county in
which the aforesaid person or per
sons did unlawfully use or attenlpt
to use said questions V
The instructions sent out bxthe V
State Superintendent of Public In
struc received by County Sup
erintendent Gray are as follows
Any Superintendent of Public In
ftruc ion or County Superintendent V
of common school or Board of Ex
aminers for teachers county or
State certificates or State diplomas
failing to comply with the provis V
ions of the act shall be guilty of a
misdemeanor and upon conviction V
thereof shall be fined in aaumof
not less than fifty dollars nor more
than One hundred dollars for each
offensec V IV
Notice to Taxpayers V
V All V taxpayers whose taxesuare not
paid on the first day pi SfbyetKber
shall be deemed del ntftr nfarid
such taxes shalfhear interest afc the
rate of six per cent per jmnum from
the first day of November until
paid
paidWithin
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Within fifteen days after any tax
payer becomes delinquent the sher
iff of the county where theproperty
is liable shall make and certify to
the county clerk a list of all such de
linquents the property assessed and
the amount of tax penalty and in
terest due the State county or dis
trict and the date when interest be
gins which he is authorized to col
lect which list shall be by the clerk
filed in his office and recorded
The county clerk shall within ten
days after this list is filed issue ac
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tax warrant aganst each delinquent t
in the name of the Commonwealth t
tI
of KentuckyT
The tax warrant shall be directed T
to the sheriff of the county in which
the list is recorded commanding
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him to collect of the delinquent the
tax interest penalty and cost and r
andrif
Vrif
and sell the estate of the delinquent p
or the estate owned by him at the
time the assessment was niade not R
withstanding the existence of S any
lien upon the same t
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Sheriff G C g
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RURAL ROUTE BOXES
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Regulation R g rdingt
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The postmaster general hasissued t
an order to go into effect August 1 d
rescinding the regulation under
which patrons of rural free mail t
boxes are compelled to purchase S
boxes from one of the two hundred
listed manufacturers who have put l
on the m rkec 300 different styles of
boxes approved by the department
costing from 50 cents to 4 each
Patrons of rural boxes will be per
mittet to construct their own boxes
provided that in doing so they con
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form to the requirements of the
department as to size durability J
safety and protection of the weath
er c
cp
V The New York SpecialE
Quick Train eastV
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Over Pennsylvania Short Lines g
Leave Louisville 830 a m daily a
Cincinnati 215 pm arrive New
York 815 next morning Sleeping
car Cincinnati through to Newh
York Dining car service a la carte h
Sleeping cars irora Pittsburg ar a
rive at Baltimore 7 15 am Wash
ington 830n 01 Details about thisI
and other through trains East givfl
flenbvOH
Louisville Kyc
KyU V p
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The regular meeting of Christian
County chapter U D C will be
held a Hotel Latham at4 prn V
SatudayV 7 1 t
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Hopkiflsville Mallet
llopkulisvilleIt1etCorrected
Corrected Every Thursday
GRX1RIESV
LTllzsn A Ii flTILiRiClIlJ
Apples perpjpec8j 30c t
Bean Yb1 perlb C
Coffee t ApkleX per Ib 17C
CoffSdf rofited 20c to 35c
Coffee green 12c to 25c
Tea green per Ib i 60to80c
Tea black per lb 4C toSOcV
Cheese cream 20c Jb straight
Pine Apple 65c to 1 2V
Edam 125 0
Sweitzer 50c lbV V V
Sugar granulated 18 lbsl 00
Sugar light brown 19 lbs 100
Sugar darK brown 20 lbs10O
IbSb100Sugar
Sugar XXXX 20 lbs for 1 00
Flour patent per bbl 4 75
Flour family per bbl S4 25
Graham per 100 Ibs320 V
Meal per bushel S0V i
Hominy 20c gallon V V
Grits 20c gallon
Oat Flakes package lOc to 15c
Oat Flakes bulk 5c lbV
VEGETABWSV
Sweet potatoe per peck 25cV
Irish potatoes per peck 25c
Cabbage per lbi3c V V V
Onions peck 30c
per > V
Turnips peck 20c
Celery 5c and 10c a bunch
V CANNED GOODSV
V Cranberries per quart 20c
Corn per doz cans100 to 150
Tomatoes 12 cans 100 tO150
SV Peas from lOc to 30c per canV
Hominy lOc per can V
Beets per can lOcV
Kidney Beansr iOcVcanVVVVVVV V
Lima Beans PVPt lOc V
VV
Korona per can 20c
Squash per can lOc V V
Peaches lOc to 40c per canI > d
Apricots per can 25c to 35c r
Pear per can lOc to 35cV
Pinesberries per can 25c to35c
Raisins lOc and 15c package
Raisins layer 15c Ib
V Evaporated Peaches 15c lb
Evaporated Apples lOc lb
Eyap Apricots 15c 20c lib
Prunes lOc per lbVV I
COUNTRY PRODUCE
V
V Hams country per lb I 15c
Packers hams per lb 15cV
Shoulders per lb1 lOcV V
Sides per Ib lOcV
Lard per lb 1234cVV V VV
Honey per Ib IZjfc i X V k
V
POULTRY V
VVV
Eggs 10cdoz Hens 7c lb
Young Chickens each 12J to > 30c
Turkeys fat per Ib6 to 7cv <
Duck per lb 7c r
Roosters per Ib 3cf V 1
Full feather geese per doz300
Wholesale PricesV
GRAIN V V
No 2 Northern mixed oats per
oushel 45 No 1 Timothy bay per
ton 1600 No2 Timothy hay per
ton 1000 NoV 1 Clover Hay per
ton 1200 Mixed Clover Hay and
Timothy hay per ton 12 50 V
POULTRY EGGS AND BUTTER
Prices paid by wholesale dealers
co the producers and dairymen
Live PoultryHensper lb7c
fiare springs lb 9c
ButterPacking packing stock
per Ib 10 V
Eggs Per dozen lOc V
ROOTS HIDES WOOL AND TALLOW
Prices paid by wholesale dealers
16 butchers and farmers w
Rpots Southecn ginseng 600
biGoldcD veal yellow root
90c lb May pple 2c pink root
2and 13cV
Tallow No 1 4c No 3 3j c
Wool Burry 12 to 20 Clear
Grease 25c to 26c Medium tub
washed 35c to < a c Coarse dingy I
tubwashed 30c to 36c Black wool i
24c V V V I
Feathers Prime white goose
45c dark and mixed old goose 25c
to 35c array mixed 15c to 30c white
duck 35CVV r V V
Hides and Skms Tbese quota
tions are for Kentucky hides
Southern green hides 14c lower
We quote assorted lots dry pint
No 1 IQc to 18c No 2 14c round
lots green salted beef hides 9c < q
A Few Hints
iJn Pou lfryV
ff AKE your poultry happy and
JVt be happy yourself r Did you
ever notice that under certain
conditions your chi kena are like
people bright and happy or deject
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ed V VV V
edThey
VV They are willing to work if you
give them favorable surroundings
and work to do and with plenty of
work just see how happy these old
henstoQk and the cock bird too
has ti look of perfect cententment
and assurity
Also the little chicks turn them
loose in a freshly plowed field or a
newly mowed meadow where they
can pick up worms catch grasshop
pers and bugs their eyes sparkle
and they look as happy as a golf club
full of health and animation
But pen them up and notice the
difference in expression looking
through the bars prisoners maybe
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OrtrdrtfL seured iVI 4 V
Qer1raftA1unsccud V
1Lifron atIdna1 Bank fl3 517
fluafrom State banka and I
bankers 977
977Specie
CurreirnyV
Other Items Carried us Cash V 7
Furniture and Fixtures V
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LrIITIg c
Caflltalltoclr paid In t O00 V V
Undivided profitt 1313
Deposits subject to check qflV C J
which Interest Is not paid 5003753
Time certificate at depotV l
on which Intefcst Is paid 4155 00 oi
SavIng dcposlts on which In
threat 114 paId VV 27 3 Ul 5Z1 8 I
Due State Banks and BanketsVd S3LSL
I Cashiers qhecks outstanding 1 < 44ft V
V V
V t83432 V
V > V SUPPLEMENTARY r
Highest amount ot Indebtedness of fli f V
Olil
t tockbolder 1rson com pan e
firm tlncludlng In the liabIlity ii V eojf t
company or firm the liability of the
Individual member thereof directly
or Indirectly if such IndebtednessV V
V V V uC percent of capital
VV actually paid In and actualainoimt I t
tof
1plMighestamonntotlndehteaness
Highest amount of indebtedness olin Y 1J
1
1director
Indebtednesn exceeds 10 per cent Of
paidup capital stock of bank 11 V V
Doc amount ot Indebtedness ot any
person company or lInn Including
in the liability of the company oJ
firm the of the
liability individual V V
members thereof exceed 30 per cent
of paidup capita and actual stir
plusH1 t 1
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I State Kentucky County of Chrfsil an es i
GusT Brannon Cashier CommercIa1EkfV I
Juga Bank 1 Bank located and doing buiQ hJ
diplUeln
lUeln said county ben duly vo J11tif V4V
that the foregoiiigreortte 1i all rcspeV 1
true stAtement of the conditine or the L V >
JJanknt tM ClOSed sssaa the 50in i V mc
mcofJune
bellefnnd fl11thor sa3ie tat thu iel
bald Bank has been transacted At the beat
named and not elsewhere and that thoabo
PQrt 18 made Incompliance wlth1 n flj g
notice rceel ved troln tnfl Seoretary ot State d
Igniting the 30th day ol June 1906 as theda
on which such report shall befrtttde V
V Gus T Branrioli CashierV V
V James West Director
V W T Cooper DirectorV
Diiec4orSUbscribed
Subscribed and C3fn to be
ne by Qus m TI W8thdny
of June 1906V i V
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for lifenftaf no ofrec booked L <
against them just cruel iriftpmanify
behmditall V VV
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V JNo griBlsg 1 no bugs was ther Svi V
abeejs rap half so deliciou t V
Uielabeejs
worm or a bug fresh caught f 1frnb1 r
the healthful pastime of tcTinV
that worm or bugI Htf Si V
Dont use hens to raise chicks but
brooders And let the chicks run
I loose where they will if you want
fine young fellows good bone and
fine feathers
You cant have the same results
with the same foud with chicks shut
in a park as those running loose
v After a hen is fully matured she
ijcan stand confinement better but
turenever intended her feet to be
idleV V
A hen running at large consumes
Jess feed lays more eggs and 1m
mirch more style and feathers richer
We have tried this plan Now for
moulting I would shut them up in
July last week in very small quar
ters and short rations just enough
to keep them alive and take off all
the fat After about 12 or 15 days
of this kind of treatment give a lit
tle more feed a little cut grass for
5 days then more feed and a couple
of hours running to grass for three
days then half a days sun after
that 1 1go and feed well
Good Corn is my best feed but it
must begood soun < J cornV
Now watch the old feathers fly
and the new glossy ones come You
have new beautiful plumage and
you soon have them ready with newV V
clothes for the show roomV V
Always have plenty of gooS water
for them Fowls suffer more for
the want of water than iecd but
can go a long time I without either
and liveV V
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Last November we missecl a fine V
Buff Orpington henVAs she was
one of my best layers I bunt das J
supposed every place for her
For two weeks we are positive of
and think it was most three weeks
we never saw her One day I found
her alive wedged in bet w jftx some
baled straw and a wall o i bite
to eat or a drop of vateViiJall that
time She could not stand I fedV
her bread soaked in f3tmiJk a
very little at a time > biuyljjattftoften V
In a couple of days sjiiervas spin
ning with the rest and eating egip V
but she did not lay sos for
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In Owe hQto a citymucH largerV
than JHopkinsville t only 270 wag V
collected from firw Wfcrt wontns
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