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eAG11J SIXc 40PKINSVILLE KENTUCKIAN AUG 20 1007 i
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ispkinsville Market
Corrected Every Thursday I
GROCERIES
THESE ARS awrAtr PRICES
9 Apples per peck 50c
Beans white per fb 5c
Coffee Arbuckles per Ib 20c
to Coffee roasted 20c to 35c
Coffee green 124d to 25c
Tea green per Ib 60 to 1
Tea black per lb 40c to 1
1 Cheese cream 20c lb straight
t SPine Apple 65c to 1 25
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Edam 125
t Stfeitzer SOc lb
Sugar granulated 16 Iba 100
Sugar light brown 18 lbsltu
liC t
Sugar Cuba14 IbS for 100
Sugar XXXX 14lba for 100
c Flour patent per bbl 5 20
Flour family per bbl 460
Graham per 100 lbs 260
Meal per bushel 90c
f Hominy 20c gallon
Grits 20c gallon
Oat Flakes package lOc to Ji I
Oat Flakes bulk 5c lb
VEGETABLES
r Sweet potatoes per peck 30c
i Irish potatoes per peck 30c
Cabbage new 5 c
i New tomatoes per basket 20c
Onions per peck 35c
Turnips peck 20c
i Celery 5c and lOc n bunch
CANNED GOODS
Cranberries per quart 15c
4 Corn per doz causSl 00 tq 1f I
Tomatoes 12 cans 100 toHbJ
t Peas from lOuto 30c per can
Hominy lOc per can
lOct
IH Kidney Beans lOc can
Lima Beans per can lOc
lOci
i i > r Korona per can 20c
Squash per can lOr
Peachr lOc to 40c per can
Apricots per can 25c to 35c
Pinesbemes per can 25c to 3fc
Raisins lOc and 15c package
Kajsins layer 15c lb
Evaporated Peaches 20c lb
Evaporated Apples lOc lb
TSvaporated Apricots25 lb
ii Prunes 10 to 15 per Ib
C COUNTRY PRODUCE
Hams country per lb 18c
Packers hams per lb 17c
s Shoulders per Ib lOr I
Sides per lb 10cI
1
r hard Her lb 13c
I Honey 12c
POULTRY
1
itEggs 12Jc doz Hens 7c IhE
30t I
t Turkeys fat per Ib 68cI
7cna
naRooste j per lb 3cI
Full feather geese per doz34
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p hoJea1e Pricesi
GRAIN
No2 Northern mixed oats per
ouehel 55 No 1 Timothy hay per J
ton 1300 No2 Timothy hay pel 1
0tcn 1200 No 1 Clover Hay pel
1inn 1200 Mixed Clover Hay and
V PDULTRY EGGS AND DUTTERi
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4 Prices paid by wholesale dealer
V So the producers and dairymen
f < Live PoultryHensper lb nc
early springs per doz 200325
ButterPacking packing stock
per lbf 12c
ROOTS HIDES WOOL AND TAL
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LOW
1 Prices paid by wholesale dealers
to butchers and farmers
a Roots Southern ginseng 550 b
i Golden Seal yellow root OOc lb
Mayapple 2c pink root 12c and 13c
4cv
WoolBurry 12 to 20 Clear
Grease 20c to 23c Medium tub
washed 35c to c Coarse dingy
tubwashed 30c to 36c Black w 001on
i 24cFeatbersrPrime
Featbers Prime white goose
45c dark and mixed old goose 25c
to35c gray mixed c tpjSOc white
duck 35c
Hides and Skins These quota
I Lions arc for Kentucky hides
Southern green hides 14c loweri
l We quote sqrted lots dry flint
Fio116c td l7ci Nb2 14c runod
hota green tifltfetl beef hides 7c
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Time
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t May 260 7
fTo 832 Paducah Cairo and
Evansville Accommoda
tion leave6 00 a mI
ole206EvansvilleMattooni and
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if p 2GChicagoNahvllleLimited815
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4026 fwhville and Chica
l go Limited 6 85 a in
No 205 EvansvilleLouisville
Express Arrive625 P Ir
fila 821 Evansville and Nash
a ville MailS 55p m
NashvilleChicago limited carries
ftca Reclining Chair Cars and Bu f
7et Sleepers All trams run dally
Trains 25 and 26 make local stops
between Nashville and Princeton
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A DOZEN HUNDRED I
NUMBER OP CLASSES AT KEN
TUCK STATE FAIR
PRIZES AGGREGATE 25000
Every Department > Will Be FIJiedW IlhH
the Cream of Displays From
Other Fairs
Fairs International national stato
county and municipal have boon hold
bet In
nlng and passing years have not only
not dimmed their light but havo served
to make It more brilliant At no time
perhaps In tho history of Kentucky
have there been so many county fair
as have been held or will be hold In
the state during 1907 The num bet
has grown to more than fifty These
county fairs serve to draw all classes
closer together and It Is fitting that
they should form the spokes gf the
Qfbig Ken
tucky State Fair
The State Board of Agriculture e Lr
ly In maturing the plans for this years
exhibition which will be held hi Lou
Uvllle September 16 to 21 arranged
to have personal representatives at all
of these fairs These representatives
have carried with them catalogues ol
exhibits and premiums and attractive I
advertising matter At every place I
1they have mot a most cordial welcome
Exhibitors both of live stock and ID
other departments were solicited and t
It Is In no sense an exaggeration tc r
say that the cream of the exhibits ol
every county fair will meet In comp t a
Utlon at the Kentucky State Fair
At the September exhibition tht
competition will be for prizes that ag
gre ate J25000ln cash The cia self
cation covers hopsoe mules classlfiI
stock beef and dairy cattle swine
sheep goftte poultry collie dogs
pigeons tobacco field seed and grain
melons and vogetaWQs plants ant
flower womans work ohIWrens worl
and table luxuries
Iwhich
which good money Is offered whilt
there are a total of over 300 different
lots The horse money Is divided
among horses suitable for light har
ness flvegalted saddlers roadsters
combined harness and fivegaited sad
dlers American carriage threegaited
plantation saddlers runabouts hlgt
stoppers Shetland ponies thorough
breds and what are classed as line
horses The mule premiums are most
elaborate on pairs and single horse
and single mare mules while goo
money Is offered on jacks and Jennies I fil
In beef cattle the classification If I dl
complete on Shorthorns Herefords e
Polled Durhams Abordeen Angus and R
Red Polls Most attractive pr9l11hlmEY4
Y4
are offered In the dairy cattle depart
ment for Jerseys HolstelnFreslans
Ayrshlres and Guernseys
The swine department Includes
BerkshIres DurooJerseys PolandChl
nas Chester Whites Tamworths
Yorkshires Hampshlres etc The
money for sheep Is divided amon
Shropshlres Cot woId South Downs
American Merinos Oxford Downs
Hampshlres and Dorsets Interesting
classifications are arranged for buck
and does in the Angora Goat Depart
ment The poultry premium list cot
ers every known fowl In which thlf S
section of the country Is Interested and
the same Is true of the pigeon depart
went F
mentRecognizing
Recognizing the great Interest thai
farmers are displaying In the Coil e
Dog as the successor of the Shepherd
a department Is given to the form 1
and some very handsome money of
fend The departments for vegeta
Oa11c seed
or ain cover premiums that wir
renIIlI fo all who are growers of the Sf
products In horticulture there arr
Cfde
scores of awards In cash to be made
lIon apples peaches pears grapes etc
Plant and flowers are not neglected
and the money offered should prove a
great inducement both to the amateur
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with the hothouse and to the profes
sional florist
In no department Is there n more
Interesting collection ofpremlums than
In that set aside for woman3 work
childrens work and table luxuries it
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elements and machinery will be shown
to a much larger extent than ever be
fore at a Kentucky State Fair
Ball BrcB of Woodford county are
showing their faith In their horse
Montgomery Chief In a most substan
tliil way They are offering 250 In two
f
special premiums for beat 1007 foal of
Montgomery Chief and for best f bat
eft any age of Montgomery Chief at
the Kentucky State Pair
The dam at Kentucky
State Pair by NaUollo and his premier
band of fifty allstar artiste from t e
Land of Musk should prove an an
etcY
nouncement that should strike Joy tc
the hearts of everyone at all musically
Inclined
The Worlds Greatest Living Color
Page of Amusement oled
briefly describes wit may bt expected
1among the other big things + of the Ken
tucky State Fair
T
Tho Kentucky Stato Fate manage
ment has amused an amusement pro
gram running way Jnto thousands o I
dollars nU d with 1Inc eXhIbition plan
never featore attamptod
yThe Kentucky Stato Fair mannee
psment will gladly send a catalogue and
descriptive booklet to anyone applying
for same V
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AMUSEMENTS Dori iJ1g P iVing Billiards Tennis Hunting and Fishing
Specllll Low Rates4DuHnguson 1907 Rates 7 to 1050 per week
X25 to 760perfri1onth Special rates to Families Parties Children and
Servants Reduced round trip rates of 580 over I G R R
< J l primphlet address
MERCKE BROS Owners and Managers
Gravsoo Springs Ky
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TO THE PU JlCIhave opened up a firstclass tin shop oh Ninth
street rearFirst National Bank and am well equipped for doing all kinds
of sheet metal work All repairing done promptly I carry in stock a
full line of sheet metal Building materials 0
TN ROOFING GALV IRON VALLEY
VALLEY GUTTER
SHINGLESr RIDGE ROLL
FLASHING It FLUE STACKS
RAIN WATER FILTERS STOVE PIPES CISTERN PUMPS
ROOF PAINTS AND OIL
I solicit your patronage and will show Pay appreciation by giving
vou prompt wrvje and good workmanship at reasonable prices
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Climb Phonn Hes 7 0 Claude P Johnson Mgr 9th National Street Bank Rear First
South Kentucky College
Best faculty in the schools history The literary work is divided un
der six heads Ancient and Modern Languages English and History
Mathematics Science Bible and Philosophy Preparatory For each di
vision there is a specially prepared teacher College courses are so 0
arranged that preparation for professional schools and universities is a
prominent feature Superior advantages in Music Voice Culture arid
Art Special care and supervision given to young pupils OPENS SEPT
10th For illustrated catalogue and other college literature address
A C Etuykendall or H Clay Smith
Principal Male Dept I Principal Female Dept
HOPKINSVILLE KENTUCKY
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Complete Line Fresh Vegetables He =
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Kentucky Fair Dates
The following arc this dates fixed
for holding the Kentucky fairs for
1907 aafar as reporteda
Lawronceburg Aug 204 days 1
hppfierd8vnieAug 204 days
lowing Aug 223 days
ShelbyvilleAug 27 4 days Y
i daysHardinsburii
Elizabethtown Aug 274jdaya
Springfield Aug 284 days
Paris SPpt 35 dayst
daysLexington
Lexington Aug 126 days
Crabprchard July 1012
Cynfh ant July 31Aug 3
HRrtod burg Aug 69
Unforitown Aug 69
Burkesville Aug 1316I
Brodhdad Aug 1416
Vanceburg Aug 1417
Pembroke Aug 1517
Columbia Aug 2023
Erlanger Aug 2124
Barbourville Aug 2123 r
2123Nicholasville
rNicholnsviIJe
London Aug 2730
2730Florence
Florence Aug 2831 F
Germ ntownAu 2831
Somerset Sept 36
Alexandria Sept 36
36Bardstown
Bardstown Sept 47
47Hodgedville
1012Monticello
Monticello Sept 1013
ulasgow Sept 1114
1114Hartford
Hartford Sept 1114
1114Guthrie
Guthrie Sept 5 6 7
Kentucky State Fair Louisville
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Sept 1621
Sebree Sept 121 l
Falmouth Sept 2528 i
2523Mayfield
15 1
15Mt
Mt Olivet Oct 35
35Bardwell 6I
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A Good Set of Teeth
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Teeth Extracted FREE When
New Ones are Ordered
All Work GUARAN
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Dental Parlors
NEXT TO COCHT HOUSE
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LEXINGTON KENTUCKY o 4
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HE STATE COLLEGE of Kentucky offers the following courses namely Agricultural Mechanical
Engineering Civil Engineering Mining Engineering Electrical Engineering Normal School
THE and seven Scientific courses each of which extends over four years and leads to the
Bachelors degree Each course is organized under a separate faculty The general faculty con
sisting of professors assistant professors and instructors numbers over fifty
County appointees receive free tuition privilege of residence in dormitories fuel and lights r + Q
and traveling expenses if they remain ten consecutive months or one collegiate year
I The laboratories and museums are large well equipped comprehensive and modern Military
Science IS fully provided for as required by Congress
t Graduate m the several courses of study readily find employment with liberal remuneration The total
number of matriculate last year was 901 Each department has a specialist at its hoad with the ridcesfiary
number of assistants S
Summer schools are provided for in Pedagogy Engineering and instruction in Science and the Liberal Arts
I The young women find an excellent home with board and lodging in Patterson Hall which is well equipped
with all modern conveniences bathrooms hall for physical culture at 300 per week All thacoursos of study
jn the College are open to young women upon identical conditions with those applying to males
The attendance upon the Normal School in connection with the Department of Education lat year more
than doubled that of any preceding year i
Three new buildings namely one for the department of Education one for Agricultural Science arid a
Library Hall are in process of erection and will be completed early m the next collegiate year
For Catalogues methods of obtaining appointments information regarding courses of study and terms of
admission apply to < 1l
JAMES K PATTERSONi Ph Df Xffl XL President Y
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Or to D C 11t ZEE Business Agent Lexington Ky
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