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Hopkinsville Kentuckian. (Hopkinsville, Ky.) 1889-1918, December 31, 1910, Image 7

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Livery Feed and Board Stable
We make a specialty of good rigs and gentle
horses for ladies also have something
to suit everybody
1Percy Smithson will be with me and will be
glad to see all of his old friends
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whykOne Man Declined Election ai I
41 United Stateo Senator
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J H Hale tho millionaire fruit
grower of South GlastohbUryv
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I country as one of the largest grow
ers in the world is perhaps the
only man in the country who ever
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tion as United States senator Mr
Hale owns something liko 50000
fruit trees in Georgia It fbst iJdFm
last year nearly 160000 merely to
put his enormous crop on the mar
ket but he is one of the most ° De
lightfully unostentatious 3nen in
Connecticut He has always been interested in
movements for the betterment of
his town and state Som few years
ago he was tendered the election
as senator onn silver platter as
he aptly put it When waited upon
by the legislative committee 3Hr
Hale literally held up his hands
Gentlemen he soidHI dont
iwant to be elected to your august
senate Really I dont Id rath
er be a farmer Besidesthere
more money in it And Sir Hale I
who has gained considerable prom
inence as a public speaker says h e
is still close to the soil
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OF COURSE
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Tommy Bother can a lantern
Jawed man see In the dirk
WHERE NATURE DOES COOKING
There arc one or two countries
Iceland for CJmnplcwhero wash
day is not dreaded because nature
provides the hot water at ones very
door in tho shape of steaming
springs of spouting geysers But
there is only one country where the
native women do practically all their
cooking by unaided nature and th
is the North island of New Zealand
Here is a wonderland ofa Ihbu
sand square miles so volcanic tha t
a fire may be lighted by inserting
a few sticks in the earth and wher
ever one makes a hole he speedily
has a pool of boiling water into
which a pudding may be lowered in 1
cased in a cloth and rooked expedi
tiouslyFrequently
Frequently in perfectly cold
streams a boiling hot ourrent non y
be seen and felt running along jthe
edge of the river arid erel1
Maori women do theii land the
white mans wahing r Naturally
the volcanic regionof New Zealand
is a dangerous entry to wantjej
tin without a guidand many tout
jists have lost tli1r lives as tric
suit of such caifjtosness T < b Vf
iHER ARITHMETIC FAC LTY
The buy shopper paused the
fruit venders stand fHow much
are your pineapples she ksked
Eight cents apiece lady
< Well I declare thats too good
to be missed Ill takq eight of
them she said
The dealer placed them in a bag
and said EJght ihts88 You
take dem along for 854
The ladys eyes sparkled at tho
bargain p1i cat and she departed in
a happy f rane of mindhappy un
til her husband told her to brush
iip on the multiplication table
Lippincotts
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rlr8 Subbuba Ms Naybor says I I
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has pi aey iJccauso ho gives her all
jihe ants I wish I could say
tbatMr
Mr Subbubs Well why dont
you my dear You can Jalk just
as big as she does
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he loft his money to charity Ills
funeral was vary largely attended1
fAh yes ho had loUr of friends
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° FRENZIED FINANCE
Boy Say pop I made 25 todnyi
Father Well roll my son how
was that
D YI raised the price on my dog
GULF OF MEXICO IS DEEP
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Two Thousand Fathoms the Figure
Established by Hydrographic
Office
An elaborate report has just been
received nt the navy department
from Lieut Solcy U S N on the
gulF stream Lieut Soloy has
chnr o of the hydros aphis ofl3eo a t
New Orleans and he shows couclu L
sivoly in his report that the gulf
stream has an existence in the gulf
of jij3ico n fact which has hitherto
bccnin dispute
According to Lieut Soley the
stream flows in the gulf of Yucatan
channel whore the water is deep
1200 fathoms in the center and
flows out through the straits oi
Florida where the depth is less
The center of the gulf is a deep ho
of large area more than 200 fath
oms deep and the water here is very
cold The main current of the rim
is a distinct part ofJh6 gulf stream
Itcomes from the equatorial cur
rent flowing westward through the
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Caribbean sea which is warm with
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a temperature of SO degrees until
it flows into the cooler waters of the
gulf by fie Yucatan channel Tihc
stream follows the general line ol
ilie coast until it passes out b >
hytplorida
Florida There are Some count 1
currents in the gulf A notabU
fact is that the currents of all tin
rivers emptying into the gulf < II
JIexico turn to the rightto tl Ii
westat Mobile and ttte delta ofkthc
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Mississippi and to the south alon k
the Mexican coast
ISIR EDWARD CHICHESTER <
CHICHESTERr
Sir Edward Qhichestcr had d > ho >
fr6r of red tape mla short wny with
bores Into his rooip at Cake Town
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colonet
swelling with v importance Vhc
are you sir asked Sir < Edward
reply
Oh I beg pardon said feir Ed
ward I thdujfht you were an ad
miral y
He ft1S busy writing in his office
on the jgtiiy on another occasion
and > Jlt1io notice of n ponderom
pat n waiting impntiently ViII
youypjMso attend to mpH this man
nsicc1at last Sir Edward looked
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bought those docks sirr Certain
ly not sir I dont know what yon
mean Then go to the deuce
Sir Edward remarked going on
with his writing On the door ol
his office hE had a notice This is
the office of the chief transport offi
cer and not a general inquiry
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FALSE DOCTORING
An ancient villager during a se
rious illness refused to see a doctor
relying instead upon a certai
quack medicine The vicar urged
upon the mans wife that his con
duct was almost equivalent to sui
cide Yes sir replied the wife
I know it and many a time I have
prayed against it in the churplj
service I dont quite follow
you remarked the clergyman tsar
you tnlkjng about the prayers foi
the sickflOh no sir J I me ant
when we say in tho litany 5 Tom all
false doctoring goad Lord deliver w
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sluailcl aslrme to have some calm 01
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t > jvUrujcment to us within five days after seeing it and tellingsic
nra hev tan it will bo ttiiie to have one resered at the low rats ot
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Two Propositions
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Home and Fafmrthe Souths
greatest agricultural paper
Yfor a full year regular price
l50c and worch it
Uncle Remus Home MagaziRe I
founded by Joel Chandler
Harris a magazine especial I
IiIv made for the Southern
people ifi < full year regujar I
pricelfpO and worth it
Good Housekeeping the best
magazine published for the
home and housewife one
full year regular price 150
and worth itI
And The Evening Post a
daily newspaper devoted to
the best interests of Ken
tucky and its people equal
to any daily newspaper in
the country for 3 months
regular price 125 and
worth it
And the Hopkinsville Ken
tuckian triweekly one year
year20U
Total625
Here you have a value of 1
625 The wonderful offer
1we make you as publisher
for all five publications is j
3 00
OFFER NO 2
Home and Farm one
year SO 50
Uncle Remous Maga
zine one year LOCK
Good Housekeeping
Magazine one year 150
Cosmopolitan Magazine
one year
The Cosmopolitan Mag
azine is recognized as
one of the best and
brightest magazines
published in America
regular price 150
The Daily Evening Post
the remainder of 1910
and throughout the
entire year of 1911
price M 350
And the Hopkinsville
KENTUCKIAN Tri
weekly one yearn 200
Total 1000
Here you have 1000
worth of the best publica
tions to be found in the
United States and the price
t p you under offer No 2 is
only 475
This is Indeed a Great Offer Dont Miss It
Send all Orders to The Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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