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TWOnOPtaNSVILLE KENTUCKY AUG 17 1907 II
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There are no other firms deal
ink in and of our lines from whom
Tt you can secure votes
Of course we do not expect
your business on that account
but we are confident of our ability
to show you still better and wore
valid reasons for giving it to us
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It will afford us pleasure to quote
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Hopkinsville Lumber
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Incorporated
Seventeenth St And Canton flood
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grown in the mountains where it
is high and dry They are nice
sound and clean You have not
seen anything tp equal them this
year If you want good peas come in
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and let us show you ours Our
peas would be cheap at double the
I price compared with any you will
I find on the market this year r
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< anything see us first If we canta 1 f
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supply you will advise you Wer
P are the planters friends We will
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Copyright 1D07 by Byron Wllliami
Tho Chew Things
BaY did yew over git ros1n veed gum
I otubblo and me wo wtiz gist sitting sumi
gracious it gaums oftul bad In yewr
l teeth <
Bticks like the Dickens and sits under
noiUh IJe a J
wo found some Indian 2tmcco 2 I
it crows croons On thbhill by thee slewl
yew kin chew thatl arid gist spit like a
man
stubble cant Spit very far but i can
now we can git sllckry elm in thee Run 1
say did yew ever chew that Gist for I
fool
then when thee slip la aNt chewed and
its wet Jiltt
it is gist fine for 2 Paste with yow bet
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friday i pasted a tiuerfn s hoot
teecher she licked rne for braking thee
rule
I know a boy that vcjieWed hlckry nut
shucks
Beet but his lips was awl pulled full of
tucks
they is gist lots ofVcnVwthlngs growing
wild r v J
that is as good asreal gum fer a child I
next will cum thornapplea down By the
crick V
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i know a place Where they grow very
thick
putty soon now there Twill Be catnlpI
that is another good tHlng we can Chew
Goodness sez ma looking somewhat
perplext
what wont that B ybe a chewing on
next
By the Way
I have positive assurance that the
story to the effect that the king of
Cambodia wears a link of stovepipe
for a crown Is false What he really
wears Is an old coffeepot with the bot
tom knocked out
A Washington paper refers to the
dandelion as a little chunk of fuzz
growing on the top ofa stick of mac
aroni Nature falter 1
It Is queer how much of a blamed
fool a man can make of himself try
Ing to raternizo with a bull pup six
weeks old
No one as yet has Bggun a novel
Once upon a time on a star In the
ethereal heavens etc ° I fear that
Indianans are losing their original
ity Possibly they are afraid that
such a Hegel might Ug illstarred
One way to be happy Is not to care
A baby learns to talk In 12 months
but frequently It takes seventy or
eighty years to learn not to talkat
times
timesEagles
Eagles eggs are said to ho very
vgryhigh
A Chicago man who has been di
vorced three times and has a fourth
wife suing him for alimony gives It 1
out that he is ready to try number J
five If she will reform him Reform
him from whatmarrying again 1
Judging from the face of the ICE
man summer Is now here c
When a mans Sunday clothes look
as though he had slept In them he
probably has been to church a
A New York couple who have In
herited a great fortune announce
that they will not enter society but
will buy a country place and enjoy
life Wonders never cease
A Michigan editor says it Is strange
textbook
hasntbean
been reading this years crop > of pop
ular fiction ° I
A womans long suit is a dress a la
train
Did you ever know a man willing toI
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admit that he had more money than
brainsIt
It Is beyond me to understand why
a woman that wears peek a booa and
low shoes In winter and Is just com
fortable can don clothing ethereal
enough In summer to keep her In the
same satisfactory condition V
A great many men have spQUGot a
good career by hanging flromfd the
telephone receiver waiting for their 1
countrys call
JVhen a man has to choose between i
a rich widow he does not love and a
fair young woman he does love It Is
hard on all three of them Diagram I
He marries the widow
The Source
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Party of the First Part Women
are such gossips r
Party of the Second Part They
are Indeed
P of the F PWhy the women
of our town do nothing half tho time
except attend club meetings and tell
each other all the news thrift hus
hands have told them the night be
fore I
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HERES ROMANCE
Trigg County Man Gets
Bride Sight Unseen
Edwardsville IllyAvg 9Mrs
William P Cunningham is a mail
erdet bride She sledteUherliusbahtl
from a matrimonial catalogue coV
respondedwithhfm for three years
and married him the first day she
saw him
She was Miss Addison Roper near
Edwardsville When her brother
William Roper a creamery manager
received by mail a catalogue of
elligibles issued by a Chicago mat
rimonial agency he thought some of
the advertisements were funny and
took it home for the family to laugh
over Miss Roper sat up late that
night to read it Before retiring she
wrote a letter and mailed it
The missive went to > WP Cun
ningham at Cadiz Ky It brought a
prompt reply and photograph of him
who described himself as a wealthy
tobacco grower Miss Roper sent
her picture and after that exchanged
letters twice a week
A week ago a tall man in abroad
brimmed hat rang the bell at the
Roper home She hurried to the
door and the affectionate greeting
Which she gave the stranger almost
took the breath of father and broth j
er who were just leaving the house
This she said is Mr Cunning
ham my fiance We are going to be
married to day
They were and are now in Ken
tucky
IF VOMEN ONLY KNEW
What a Heap of Happiness it
Would Bring to Hopkins
ville Homes
Hard to do housework with an
aching back
Brings you hours of misery at
leisure or at work
If women only knew the cause
that Backache pains come from sick
kidneys Twould save much need
less woe Doans Kidney Pills cure
sick Kidneys Hopkinsville people
endorse this
Miss L A Hester 826 North Main
Street Hopkinsville Ky says t
honestly believe that there is little
need of any one suffering the tor
ture of backache when such an ef
fective remedy as Doans Kidney
Pills can be procured at L A John
sons drug store The prompt and
thorough relief which followed
their use in mycase has given me
abiding faith in their merits In the
summer of 1903 I was suffering
greatly from soreness and lameness
across the small of my back and
other difficulties arising from a
weakness of the kidneys Two box
es of Doaus Kidney Pills was all I
required to free me from the dis
tressing pain in my back and re
store my kidneys to a good healthy
condition I recommended Deans
Kidney Pills at that time and during
the four years which have elapsed
I still hold the same good opinion of
the remedy
For sale by all dealers Price 50
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FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New
York sole agents for the United
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A novel of unusual power opens
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Bacon A young man though a
series of curious circumstances is I
led to believe that he is a Eurasian
and the taint upon his birth brings I
him constantmental anguish His loveI
for a beautiful American girl and
his many sacrificesform the keynote
of a dramatic story how he comes I
to knowledge of the truth is told by
Mr Bacon in a remarkably graphic
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