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TWOHOPIONSVILLE KENTUCKY AUG 20 1907
PAGE TWO
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Are You Interested in the
PIANO c
CONTEST
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There are no other firms deal
ink in and of our lines from whom 7
you can secure votes fj
Of course we do not expecg
your business on that accoun
t
but we are confident of our ability
to show you still better and more
valid reasons for giving it to us
It will afford us pleasure to quote
you prices on anything
t a
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you want
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BopBnsvfflc g Lumber
Company Incorporated
Seventeenth St And Canton Road
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Icow PEAS
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1 We have on hand quite a lot of
Whippoorwill
I EA s
grown in the mountains where it
I is high and dry They are nice
sound and clean You have not
seen anything to equal them this
yearIf
If you want good peas come IIr
F and let us show you ours Our
<
I peas would be cheap at double the
price compared with any you will
find on the market this year
Dont forget when you want
anything see us first If we cant
supply you will advise you We
are the planters friends We will
TMsave you money if you will let us
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Planters Hardware Jo
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boll fith Matin St Hopklnsvllle Ky
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I PR GIFTS TO JOHN
OF COURSE HE SHOULD HAVE
BEEN PLEASED BUT
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Possibly Presents tof Some Other 1
Kind Would MavVvBeen More 1
Acceptable to 711at Worldly
Minded Individual j
p
Of course it would not be so bad If
i he was one of those nice ladylike
men who can discriminate between
handwrought and triaohlne + mado lace
and can speak feelingly of color hat
monies in wall paper but he io not
that kind at all
He is just one of these bustling
busting financiers who is director In
half a dozen big Corporations and who
rushes around on the floor of the
Chamber of commerce forcing the
market up or down ao his interests
lie He only has ona weakness and
that is his wife i l l43Js a small doll
of a woman deeply religious and who
loves pretty things
The other day she went off to Phil
adelphia to attend amlsslonary con
i ventlon and thence to Atlantic City
with a group ot delegates Her rd
turn was heralded by express pack
ages and souvenirs galore from the
oriental shops of the seaside town
and she was showing her trophies to
a friend
friendDidnt
Didnt you bring John anything
questioned the friend knowing that
John must have set up a neat check
to permit of this expenditure
Yes I brought John several
things replied the wife but he
doesnt seem very enthusiastic over
themFor
For one thing I brought him a
beautiful salad bowl It is to repre
sent a tomato on aJfiafOf lettuce So
artistic the red tomato on the green
background
John shot an agonized glance at the
visitor over his newspaper
Then I bought him these con
i tinned the wife proudly She dis
played some 30 worth of East Indian
i laces In the form of centerpiece and
dollies for the luncheon table
I bought these of the missionaries
from India they will be perfectly
sweet when I give an afternoon tea
But that isnt all I got for John
she added quickly as she intercepted
another exchange of glances between
her lord and master and the visitor
I got him this
Here she produced from a bureau
drawer a square of parchment It
was Imposing in size and emblazoned
with seals
Oh bank stock cried the visitor
Now that is something like
No returned the wife scorn
fully better than that It Is a life
membership price 10 in the Wom
ans Foreign Missionary society
And then she wondered why her
guest had hysterics and her husband
fled the room rRehoboth Sunday
Herald i
Flirt and Coquette
Does man like the qoquettpjf Many
prefer the flirt though to many the
terms are synonymous The co
quette uses man as she does her
dresses She likes to be seen with
a new one every day she kills for
the sake of killing she satisfies her
vanity by playing on mans
The flirt is not serious and she
does not wish you to take her seri
ously sho wants fun and If you ac
cept her for what she Is worth you
may pass a very pleasant time
The coquette tries to lead you as
fast as she wishes you to go
The flirt does not lead you fur
ther than you wish to go
Flirts often make good wives
Coquettes never
Becomes i
What Becomes of the Goldl
What has become goldt
of all the gold
produced in the past thirteen years r
The production Is estimated at 1
3085 million dollars and the London
Statist shows that 1692000400 of
this has gone into the banks and
treasuries In other words the re
serve pockets of the world Of the
remaining 1993 million dollars It
would be fair to estimate that 1105 1
million dollars was consumed in the
arts and sciences This leaves 888 I
million dollars unaccounted for i
About 68 million dollars of gold a year
therefore mysteriously disappears
disappearsDoes
Does the gold go into hidden hoards
or is the use of It in the industries
larger than is generally supposed
s
An Anecdote of a Wet Year
A Belfast Maine man recalls that
thIs year is the fortieth anniversary
of the wet summer when Belfast
postponed part of Its big Fourth of
July celebration to August 7 Many
places in the state had planned for
demonstrations on the Fourth but 1
rain Interfered and some towns had I
it on the instalment plan Belfast
among the number The season was i
so wet that on low lands on many
farms the hay was cut and stacked on
the driest place that could be found
and hauled off after the ground froze 1
In tho winter j
winterDanger
Hugp 1
Danger of Hugging
There Is too much affectionate
huggingof children by fond parents J
saId Dr George J Holmer off New
York city in a clinic at the opening
session of the seventh annual canyon
Ipn of the Pennsylvania Osteopathic I
association
BspclatlonDangerous
Dangerous diseases result from the
lesions of the ribs caused by these
embraces ho continued and a
mother without knowing often ruins
her child for life
IF WOMEN ONLY KNEW
What a Heap of Happiness it
Would Bring to Hopkins
ville Homes
Hard to do housework with an
achfnff bactt
Brings you Hoiirs of misery at
leisure or at work OJ
If women only knew the cause
that Backache pains come from sick
kidneys Twoufd save much need
less woe Doans Kidney Pills cure
sick Kidneys Hopkinsville people
endorse this v
Miss L A Heater 826 North Main
Street Hopkinsville Ky says I
honestly believe that there is little
need of anyone suffering the tor
ture of backache when such an ef
fective remedy as Doans Kidney
I Pills elm be procured at L A John
tons drug store The prompt and
thorough relief Which followed
their use in my case has given me
abiding faith in their merits In the
SUmmer of 19031 was suffering
greatly from soreness and lameness
ucross the small of my back and
other difficulties arising from fl
weakness of the kidneys Two box
es of Deans Kidney Pills was all I
required to free me from the dis
tressing pain iruony back and re
store my kidneys to a good healthy
condition > I recommended Doans
Kidney Pills at that time and during
the four years which have elapsed
I still hold the same good opinion of
the remedy
For saleby all dealers Price 50
cents
FosterMilburn Cbf Buffalo New
York sole agents for the United
StatesRemember
Remember the name Doansand
take no other
otherThe
The Library Voice
Upon the busy womans reappear
ance in society after a retirement of
several months her friends comment
ed on her change of voice
flIt sounds so subdued they said
Why you even cough and sneeze
in a hushed respectful manner
That Is because I have been do
ing a great deal of library work the
busy woman replied I have the li
brary voice Everybody who spends
much time there gets It The neces
sity of speaking in lower tones and
of smothering all manifestations of a
bad cold finally effects a permanent
change in manner and speech so that
even in the noisiest streets one talus
in A reverent sort of way as If awed
by the preserii literatures
mighty names
namesLo
Lo Still In the Ring
The several groups of Dakotas or
Sioux declares Indian Commissioner
Leupp in the Youths Companion
number In round terms 30000 and the
Chippewas 20000 They are settled In
what used to be known as the North
westthat is the region tributary to
the Great Lakes and the upper Missis
sippi In the southwest the Navajos
outnumber all other groups of a single
name More than 20000 live on a res
ervation nearly twice as large as tho
state of Massachusetts or about one
third the size of New York
Farm For Sale
II
We offer for sale the fine farm of
Irs L J Elgin deceased contain
ng about 450 acres as a whole or
n lots to suit purchaser This farm
s six miles east of Hopkinsville
near the Russellville pike and will
be sold for division
PLANTERS BANK AND TRUST Co
Exr Mrs L J ElginI
Notice
Persons indebted to the estateof
Irs L J Elgin deceased are re
quested to settle at once Those
laving claims against this estate will
file same properly proven with us
m or before Sept 1st 1907
PLANTERS BANK ANT TRUST Co
Exr Mrs L J Elgin
I
ONE HUNDRED
it
Martin Safety Buggies
Free
The first 100 persons sending us
1100 each will get 100 6 per cent
referred stock in the Martin Safe
ty Buggy and Wagon Company
incorporated Hopkinsville Ky
including one Martins Safety Open
rop Buggies worth 8500 free of
harge FO B Evansville buyer
pays the freight This buggy is
built by the Single Center Buggy
Co of Evansville Ind and the first
100 will be given away to advertise
the best buggy on earth Youll
have to hurry or get left Orders j
ire coming fin by every mail See
P P Huffman a Gregory R L
rtoseley A 0 Dority V B Mar
tin or Peter R Givens Directors
or write
writeW M COPELAND Prep
Evansville Ind
L HAYDON Sec
nLnvil SecKy
Martin Safety Buggy and Wagon
Co incorporated Dalton Bldg
Hopkinsville Ky POBo No3
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More Than 2500 in Prizes
A State Fair tlbhsa his the b ct fag of the Commonwealth ol
Kcatachy ltotrophy with a big rain aside from the raoaey
hit accompanies
J accolDPIDlollltLowest Rates by Rail and River I
You Just Cant Afford to Miss BJ
Com 1ad bring all tho folks and the attendance Will be ° twelte3 4
to the much desired figure a quarter million In fiIz great days
See our new grounds and new buildings costing = 275060 steel
and concrete grand stand mammolh exhibition ham J fastest trot
ting track la the world 1
Trotting Facing Banning Races Dally
r 1
An amusement program running way Into thousands el dollar
united with an exhibition plan never before attemptedIi f
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SEPT16211907
LOUISVILLE
Capt Knabenshue In his passengercarrying airshipthe marvel
of the centurYwith daily flights and exhibitions and a night ride
in the air guided by a searchlight t <
Balloon racesthe most exciting ol aerial sport v and a captive
balloon I
balloonSensational acrobatic acts free each day I
And the worlds greatest living tolor page 01 amusement enter
prises Pains famous Manhattan Beach fire works and the gigantic
pyrotechnic spectacle Eruption of Vesuvius actual reproduction
of the aweinspiring calamity of 1906 given nightly in the infield
in front of the grand stand
Three concerts dally by Natiello and his premier band of IIftyI
artists from the Land of Music
Remember the Kentucky State Fair was created by the Kentucky
Legislature and is given under the auspices of the Kentucky State
Board of Agriculture
AgricultureWrite and illustrated descriptive boob
R E HUGHES Secretary Louisville
R
Vacation Trips f
By Rail and Ocean to
New York and > r t 1
Jmeatawn Exposition
Picturesque Chesapeake Ohio Railroad
Stopover privileges at New York Philadelphia Baltimore Washing
ton Richmond Natural Bridge and Mountain Resorts Boston included
if desired Steamer trip on the beautiful James river touching at James
town Island giving visit to the great historic site Also trip on the Ches
apeake Bay and Potomac river Cheapest most delightful and instructive
trip that can be made For rates descriptive folders of the Chesapeake
Ohio and of the Exposition and any other information that you may
desire please address
RE PARSONS
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IX P A G 0 RY 257 FOURTH AVE LOUISVILLE KY
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REMEMBER
When you want First Class Plumb
Co I
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phonen
numbers 7r
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PHONES Cumb 950 Home 1371
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To qualify for the 70Oor
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