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Tennessee Central
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Time ablo No 1 Taking Effect
SUNDAY July 101910
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EAST BOUND I
No 12 Leave Hopkinsville 630 a m
Arrive ashville930a in
No 14 Leave Hopkinsville 400 pT
Arrive Nashville715 p m
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> WEST BOUNb
No 11 Leave Nashville 810 an
1 Arrive Hopkinsvill 1120 aII
f No 13 Leave Nashville 505 pn
Arrive Hopkinsville fc5 pm
T Tj MORROW Agent >
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CENTRAL
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MISSISSIPPIX VALLEY
Time Table
No 67
1 In effect Oct 29 1910
NORTHBOUND e VES
No 332 Evansville Arro
modation P 40 a m
t No 802 Evansville Mattodr
f Expressti1126 air
> No 340 Princeton mixed 4 15 pim
SOUTH BOUND j j = ARRIVES
No 841 Hopkinsville mixed
i 915 a
4 l t t t X
No 821 EvansvilleHopkins
villa mail 3 50 p m
No SOi EvansvineHopkins
villbExpred3 6 40 p m
Train 1332Jconnc1cts at Prince
Ion for Paducah St Louis and way
stations also runs through to Evans
ville
Train No 302 connects at Prince
for Louisville Cincinnati way
MeTnsand all points East also
i jns through to Evansville
Trains No 340 and 341 local trains
betweer Hopkinsville and Princeton
T L MORROW Agent
t TIME TABLE
JtRAINS
TRAINS GOING NORTH
No 52St Louts Express 951 a IB
No 54 StL Fast Mail 1023 p m
No 92C St L Liraj 525 a m
I No 56 Hopkinsville Ac 855 p m
No 94Dixie Flyer 618 p m
No EvansvilleHopkinsville
EvansvilleHopkinsvilleAccommodation
Accommodation 420 p m
TRAINS GOING SOUTH
No 51St L Express 535 p m
No 53St L Fast Mail 633 a m
i No 93C N 0 Lim 1156 pm
No 55Hopkinsville Ac 705 a m
No 95 Dixie Flyer 928 am
No 91 EvansvilleHopkinsvilleAccommodation
Accommodation 910 a m
No SZ and 54 connect at St Loul and othei
point west
No 51 connects at Gutane for Meujpbli Un
pMnU 21 far south as Erin audfor Lonlivlll
Cludnnitl and the East
No 53 and 55 make direct conn at Guth
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rle for Loulirllle Cincinnati and all point
IInorth and east thereof ire 53 and 55 also con
sect for Memphis and war points
fo 92 runs through to Chicago and will dot
carry passengers to point South of BransrlUe
Also carries through stoppers to St Lonl
No 93 through sleepers to Atlanta Macon
jacksonrllle St Augustine an Tamp Fla
Also PuUman aleeners to New Orleans Con >
nects at Guthrie for points East and West No
93 will not carry local passengers for pqtts North
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60 YEARS
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IMarket Report II
Corrected Dec 26 1910
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J RETAIL GROCERY PItIES
i Country lardgood cole and clean
i 15c per pound
Country bacon 15c per pound
I
Biack eyed peas 3 50 per bushel
I Country shoulders12Jc per pound
Country hams 20c per pound
Irish potatoes 1 00 per bushel
i bushelI
Northern eating Burbank pota I
toes 100 per bushel
Northern eating Rural potatoes
100 per bushel
Potatoes Irish 25c peck
Sweet potatoes 120 per bushel
Yellow eating onions 100 per
bushelRed
Red eating onions100 per bushel
Dried Navy beans 300 per
bushelCabbage
Cabbage New 5 and 10 cents a
head
Dried Lima beans 7c per pound
Country dried apples lOc per
pound
Country dried peaches lOc per
pound
Daisy creamcheese 25c per
pound
poundFull
Full cream brick cheese 25c per
pound
Full cream Limberger cheese 25c
per pound
Popcorndried on ear2c per pound
Fresh Eggs 40c per doz
Choice lots fresh wellworked
country utter in pound prints 30c
FRUITS
Lemons 25c per dozen
Navel Oranges25c30c45c per do2
Bananas 20c and 25c doz I
New York State apples 450 to
500 per barrel
Cash Price Paid For Produce
POULTRY
Dressed hens 12ic per pound
Dressed cocks 7c per pound
live hens 7c per pound live cocks
3c pound live turkeys 16 Jc per
poundDressed
Dressed geese lie par pound for
choice lots live 5i
Fresh country eggs 30 cents per
dozen5Yesh
Fresh country butter 25c Ib
A good demand exists for spring
chickens and choice lots of fresh
country butter
butterHAY
HAY AND GRAIN
Choice timothy hay 17 00
1700I
No1 timothy hay 20 00
No2 timothy hay 20 00
Choice clover hay 1400
No1 clover hay 14 00 <
No2 clover hdy 12 00 j
Clean brighfstraw hay6 00
Alfalfa hay 1600 v
White seed uats 42c Z
Black seed oats 40c
Mixed seed oats 41c
No2 white corn 50c 1
No2 mixed corn 60c V
Winter wheat bran 2200
Chops 350
ROOTS HIDES WOOL AND TALLOW
Prices paid by wholesale dealers tc
butchers and farmers
RootsSouthern ginseng 575 Ib
Golden Seal yellow root 13511
Mayapple 3 pink root 12c and 13i
TallowNo 1 4i No2 4c
WoolBurry 10c to 17c Clear
Grease 21c medium tub washed
28c to 30c coarse dingytubwastied
18c to 23c
FeathersPrime white goose 60c i
dark and mixed old goose 15 < jfol90c 1
gray mixed 15c to 30c white duck
22c to 85c new f
Hides and SkinsThese quotation s
are for Kentucky hides Southern
green hides 8c We quote assorted
lots dry flint 12c to 14c 910 bet
ter demand
Cockerels
A few young Barred Plymouth
Rock cockerels for sale late hatch
RingCumbo
Cumb phone 94 Hbme 1222
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IMO T BEAUTIFUL OF WOMEN
Tohuana Beauties Who Might Serve
as Types of Physical
Perfection
The woman of Tehuantepoc is the
jWOndej of the land Prom Rangoon
Iright around to THUs I have never
jseen her like E Alexander Powell
writes in Everybodys The Circa
sian women have more lustrous
eycsit is true and the Cingalese
are ffwhit more willowy of figure 5
but Miss Tehunna of Tehuantepec
ecre
take her by andlarge combines more
physical attractions than any other
woman that I know When I have
said that these Tehuana women com
bine the figure of an Annette Keller
man with the face and features of a
Ruth St Denis and th dignity and
carriage of a Mary Garden I have
need to say but little > further in
their praise Mesdames Garden
Kellerman and St Denis are in
fact the ones who may feel compli
mented by the comparisonI
They are oliveskinned are these
Tehuana women with a soft rose
showing through their eyes are b i g
and dark and sparklingjust such
I eyes as the Dolores should have who
swings in a hammock under the
palms their features are perfect and
so are their teeth which are ke ji
as clean and white as though they
were intended for a toothpowder ad
vertisement Of statuesque build
but of little more than medium stat
ure with great masses of blueblack
hair exquisite limbs and smallest
feet they seem made for artists
models If these women were to
mate with Cretan men we should
have a race of demigods again
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MUSEUM MUSES
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The Living SkeletonI dont say
that you took it but the money
passed through your hands
The Armless Wonder = Yes but
I wuld be false to my professional
idealshadJ permitted any of it to
stick to any fingers
SEEP FRESH BEEF TWO YEARS
That fresh beef may be kept in
good condition for two years or long
er provided low and uniform tem
perature is maintained in the chain
ber in which it is stored is an
pounced as the result of experiments
carried on by the United States gay
ernment Thejaray medical iepart
ment reported that it had m > no of
the bacteria present in meat poison
ing that th steak while lacking in
aroma nail la good flavor and com
ifred favorably with freshly frozen
peed the slight discolorations and a
general loss of water being the only
gross evidence of long storage
A pONGENIAL TASK
He pus i a very quiet boy of a stu
dious turn of mind and that was
probably why his fond parents ap
prenticed him to a naturalist In
his new sphere he was willing enough
but painfully slow After giving the
canary seed a job that occupied two
hours he said
What will I do now
Well replied his master re
flectively I think you may take the
tortoise out for a run TitBits
THE MILLENNIUM
When will the lion and the lam bby
lie down together
When the critics and tho authors
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cease fire
THE UNSUSPECTING ONE
That turkey of yours gobbles
cmlte cheerfully
Yes That turkey of mine is a
wonderful optimist
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SAME THING il
Do you believe in basiation pIt i
ee No II j
Do you believe in kissing JI
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When tho Yorlck familys telephone
1rIngs It Is answered by whoever
1chnnccs to be nearest
srhe housemaid pronounces the fam
ily name Jorlck so no one ever
confuses her with tho rest of the
household Also Yorlck has n deep
bass which Is easily recognizablE
reBut Mrs Yorlck and Miss Yorlck havo
resulter
erbeing that there are many amusing
mistakes over the Wire
One day last week directly after
luncheon both Mrs Yorick and Con
Btontlna started upstairs to dress ford
r
the street It was the maids after
noon out so when tho phone rang
0Constantine hurried down to the 11
brary although her hair was uncoiled
and her mouth was full of pins She
uldisplaced tho pins with care and took I
up the receiver i
Yes she sold sweetly this II
Mrs Yoricks residence Yes Oh
yes coal Tomorrow Very well Ill
ICte I her and let you know Ooodby
She ran upstairs again and began
gto brush her hair violently being late
Coustantlna was going to the matinee
LOand Mrs Yorick was going out to see
her daughter Evelyn who is married
and lives on the north side The mar
Jtrled daughter Mrs Delfort was con
fined to the house with a cold andy
eywas languishing for companionship
dIt was the Ice company Constar
Una explained to her mother who was
shoe hunting Jn the floor of the ad
Joining clothes closet and they want
to sell us our winter coal
Yorlcto k
toemerging from the closet flushed and
disheveledConstantino
Constantina nodded Mrs Yorlcft
kd
straightened herself with a shake and
jabbed four hairpins into place
Did I understand you to say thai
the ice company wished to supply us
with eqair
Const ilno nodded again
Did you ever commented Mrs
YorIckwith disgust As if their let
didnt melt fast enough as It is Ther
goes that telephone again
This time It was the wrong number
When It rang the third time Mrs
YorIck herself rose Ill go dear
she said Your puffs fell behind the
bureau y z
Then she went downstairs Yes1
she said when she reached the phone
This is Mrs Yorick Oh Dr Dele
van To Evelyns I was getting
ready to go this minute Yes indeed
thank you In half an hour
At this moment Constantino de
scended ready to go It was young
Dr Delovan her mother Informed
her Ho said he was driving north
1this afternoon and he thought I
hapiY
iYpens most conveniently and is very
kind of him is It not
Constantlna smiled with pleasure at
11tho doctors courtesy and departed
in pursuit other appointment
0Thirty minutes later Mrs Yorlck
greeted Dr Dolevan In the drawing
room
3It was so nice of yell she assured
him as she drew on her gloves The
weather is still delightful for driv
ing with plenty of wraps And I am
ready on time you see
The doctor appeared slightly em bat
rassed is Miss Constantina = or
would she caro to go too do you sup
1vose he inquired A
sISho has gone to Iiho matinee I
Mrs YorIck told film Smilingly or
she would be charmed
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Upon reaching Evelyns she sought
her daughters room
Is that you Con called Evelyns
voice to the approaching footsteps
11Im in the south room Why mother
tooa
Too repeated Mrs Yorick won
wonr
derlngly You werent expecting
Constantina were you Shes at the
matinee
But began Evelyn In perplexity
Dr Delevan told mo he was going t
ask Con to motor out with him this
afternoon I thought
She paused Her mother swallowed
twice and regarded her fixedly for a
saidn
111nally with a gasp of amusement
It was Constantina ho asked tor
Miss Yorick not Mrs Yorick That
telephone is defective Its an out
rage I shall have a man como tomorrow
tomorrow
morrow to fix It
Sho sat down suddenly and began
to laugh
laughAfter
After all she said when her voice
returned there is no harm done
though tho joke is on me Con has
always protested that Dr Dolovans
attentions were much too Impersonal
to be flattering ant If he wishes to
communicate with the Yorick family
by phono ho must do so at his own
risk
Apparent Disagreement
Oldcommutto Ive been living in
Surbanvlllo now for about three years
Newcommutte Three years Why
the other day you told me you had
moved there five years ago <
buta
you must remember that I have lived
about two years on the trains going
and coming
Holes Surrounded by Dyspepsia
Meat Eater Ive tried nuts ns food
but they dont scorn to ngrea with ino
Vegetarian What kind of nuts did
youpg f
11E Doughnuts
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LITTLE KNOWN BLACK RACE
American Consul at Lorenco Marques
Tells Interesting Story About
People of Angoche
An interesting story is told by the
American consul at Lorenco Mar
qucft about the little known people in
the Angocho East Africa who were
recently visited for the first time by
Europeans The Europeans visited
a village whero the tents were sur
rounded by hundreds of blacks
many of whom had never seen a
white man When a chief was pre
sented the white strangers were in
formed that a drink might be of
fered him This being done the
glass was quietly handed to the court
taster who blandly taking the risk
itg
whereupon the chief took the bottle
Among the women of Angoche it is
customary to paint the faco with a
peculiar paste that stays cold on the
drya
turns a dazzling white As the ex
pedition was about to start from aI
village the women and sightseers
crowded in closer and closer and a
baby seeing a white man for the
first time burst into shrieks of ter
ror A penny was thrown to the
baby and immediately every mother
started pinching her offspring to
make it cry
SEEN FROM UP IN THE AIR
JohnstoneWho Has Been Higher Up
Than Anyone Else Says Earth
Looked Concave
1Johnstone who has been higher
I
Itup in the air with a clear view beg
Heath than any other human being
of whom we know declares that the
appeara
once of a great concave bowl in >
I stead ofappearing as the outside of
II a globe We do not know that then
i was anything the matter with John
tJstones I eyes and presume that thE
i earth would present the some con
cave appearance to anybody else wh o
I happened to boa couplejof miles u p
3I in the air looking downj
jYe callattention to the matte
only to emphasize the importance oi
the old adage relative to not be
bg I
that the earth is round by noting flic
disappearance s1 ps over the hori
zon is just as likely to be erroneous
as proving the earth concave because
1it looked that way to Johnstone and
J ohn ton d1aq a better chance to see
the earth than any man who has
gone Before The eye at the best is a
treacherous organ not to be trusted
at airitt many cases easily fooled as
Edison proved so ably when he dis
pig
tures Charleston News and Cour
ier
IMPRESSING MARY
A colored lady from the interior
of Virginia had her first view of the
ocean the other day She stood on
the porch of the cottage where she
was to cook for a few months and
took one short glance at the sea
which was calm and quiet that after
noon Then she turned away
Well Alary said her mistress
what do you think of the sea
Peaks to me its awful flat re
plied Mary and she went into the
house without another lookPhila
delphia Saturday Evening Post
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TASTES ARE ECLECTIC
IMiss Anne Morgan the daughter
of the millionaire of New York has
varied tastes it would seem Re
cently she came home from Europe
having in her possession an antique
crucifix which she brought in duty
free as all things made more than
twenty years ago may come in free
She also brought some very pretty
and very tiny dogs When Miss Mor I
gan is at homo she takes an interest I
in working girls and woman suf
frage and other subjects interesting I
to her sex
sexHER
HER OWN FAULT
You promised when I married
you that you vjjould give me every
thIng I want
Id do IttooJ except for ono
thingAnd
And what is that
You are always wanting more
things than I can give you
APARTMENT HOUSE BOOM
Amsterdam Holland Li having
an apartment house building boom
The new edifices are of four or five
stories with a basement from toto
four stories below tbmi le otT I
AI
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WANTED
5000
4
Turkeys
TurkeysAt r
At Highest Mar
ket PricesI
TO BE DELIVERED
The Haydon
DaydonProduce
Produce Co
HERBERT L HAYDON Mgr
Cumb Phone 263Home 1322
East 9th St Near L N Depot
COME
AGAIN
Eyery effort is made
oto extend to our cus
tomers not only a
hearty welcome but
dealL
that they may come
store again
to our a
Iand again We have
1the goods and give
1you the service The
price is right as well
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AN
IERSONFOWLERDRUG
Incorporatede
reas
EVERYBODY
In Christian and Trigg
Counties know that
RELIABLEI
JEWELRY STORE OF
M D KELLY m
IN HOPKINSVI LL E
Iis the safest place to
buy anything in the
Jewelry line or have
such repaired or your
Eyes examined and fit
ted correctly with glass
es Dont forget this
when in need of any
thing in his line
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45 YEARS IN THE BUSINESS
GoAfter
After
BusineIn
In a business waythe
advertising way An ad
In this paper bffers the
maximum service at the
minimum cost It
reaches the people ol
the town and vicinity
you want to reach
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