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HOPSINSVrUr KENTl'CKf AN OTOrETRt'?
A BtRINGSn-JJECr I
If Dollars Grew on Buahta I
Would You Pluck Them?
nCCREATIOM IN TOIL
Then Why Not Gather In the
Dollars Which May Be Saved
By Buvfncr four Winter's Sup
ply of Coal At Present Prices?
FOR THE MERCHANT
It's Better than Discounting
IFOR THE HOUSEHOLDER
It Means MORE COAL
For the SAME MONEY!
Office and Yardi 7th & Railroad Sts.
Home Phone 1344, Cumb Phone 168.
GO TO THE OLD RELIABLE V
M. D. KELLY
to have your ejes examined and
fitted with correct glasses; als
your fine watch honestly and
7 . . I. 1 T .1
lnieniKf r.iiy retairea. 13 ui-
ways up to date with the beat u
instruments and methods. Over k
30 years an optician and jewler. 'A
26 Years a graduate Op- -J
fej No. 8 Worth Main Sireet,
m Opp. Court Hoiise. H
Great WjNjjjif eh Pat Whom History
. , HcorihHM rofietent In Ag
riculture. The frcat njcnv among the an
cienfs understood yen' Moll how to
reconcile matfual labor wifh Ihc af
fairs of stale, and thought' it no les
soning to their dignity to tnako the
one" tho "recreation to the other.
That, indeed, which sccma most
generally to have employed and di
verted their spare hours was agricul
ture. Gideon among the Jews was
taken from threshing, as well as Cin
cinnatus amongst the Romans from
the plow, to command the armies of
their countries against the enemies;
and 'tis plain their dexterous han
dling of tho flail or the plow, and
being good workmen with these
tools, did no hinder their skill in
arms, nor make them less able in the
arts of war and government. They
were great captains jmd statesmen
as well as husbandmen,
Cato Major, who had with great
reputation borne all tho great, offices
of the commonwealth, has left us an
evidence under his own hand, how
much he was versed in country af
fairs; and, as I remember, Cyrus
thought gardening 'so little beneath
the dignity and grandeur of a throne
that he showed Xenophon a large
field of fruit trees all of hi3,.-own
planting. The records of anfiquity,
both among the Jews and Gentiles,
are full of instances of this land, if
it were necessary to recommend use
ful recreations by examples. John
er fee lion
nrHIS heater represents th
-"-eet development in a device
for furnishing a quick And con
venient heat for early fall. Easily
carried from room to room us
ed over at the window, giving
you extra heat near the sewing
FULL SIZE, NICKEL TRIMMINGS
I N the beIll room er amall of
ftce it is unsurpassed. Why
start the furnace yet, when one'
of these headers will take the
cr ill ( ff the dining room or any
room about the house. Gall and
let us show yeti how convenient
these little stoves really are.
Full Sig,Hambme Blwt Enamel
Body, NIcImI TrimmeJ,
We Also Carry a Full Line of Heating and Cooking Stoves.
Hunters To Be Prosecuted.
DURING THE ENGAGEMENT
Cosmopolitan, both for
Review of Reviews
Cosmopolitan, all for
Pictorial Review, both for
World To-Day for
Nearly all magGzine3 will advance
h price after November 10th. Un
til that time we can ffer the pub
lic the "Last change off .V at v-ry
bw rate3. Tbe3e p:ice? are madi- by
the leadinc publishers" to inJ'iir
their readers to send orders ear'y
before the winter subscription rusi
The early subscriber saves money
and worry. We will quote speeial
prices in this column every day un'i'
McPherson Magazine Agency
COOK'S DKUG S?0r E
ProfpBflJnnnl himrpra tVin tiuva
wdgJisit Mamth Cave bten killing: birds in Kentucky for
I markets in other states, are to be ,
i prosecuted ny ieoerai grand juries
, Quite a number are arranging to
visit Mammoth Cave- on Oct. 15.
Trie fall of thayiiM.ig.se most-cxcel-lent
time for such"" an outing and
everyone who can da so should take
advantage of this trip. The round
trip from Hopkinsville, including all
expenses for two days' trip is only
in Kentucky this fall.
THE COLDEST SODA
THE PUREST DRUGS
THE SWEETEST CANDY
Come to See Us We
Want Your Business.
Cor. Ninth and Main Sts.
Maisy 1 just got a ten-page let-'
ter from. Tom.
Daisy What does he say?
Maisy-r-IIow much he oves me.
WILL LECTURE IN OREGON.
Miss Birdie Wise, who won the
Falling prize of $150 in the recent
annual oratorical contest at the Uni
versity of Oregon, has agreed to de
liver her oration throughout the
state during the summer. She was
a member of tho graduating class of
the university, is the president of
the University of Oregon chapter of
tho College of Equal Suffrage, and
selected woman suffrage for her sub
ject. The other prize offered in the con
tost, the Bookman prize of $100, was
also won by a woman.
I had an oppointmont with a man
and he broke it, for reasons more or
less inadequate. It was hot and I
was tired and the man was in a
motor car somewhere hetween here
and heaven. Horace Mann spoke
somewhat decisively on this subject.
He said: "Unfaithfulness in keep
ing an appointment is an act of clear
dishonesty. You might as well bor
row a man's money as his time."
This sounds a little like malice to
ward all and charity for none. But
that's the way I felt when I walked,
out of the man's office and came
stewing up in the subway.
Teacher Now, children which
one of you can deoliue . tho word
Lizzio (in a tragic voice) Sick,
worse, dead. Judee.
Campaign Speaking Starts.-
Jui?e C. H. Bush, -Capt. W. J.
Stor and Hun. John. C. Duffy, wee.
the sneakersat the Democratic, rally
at the court house Monday night.
A good crowd was present and all p
the speakers made stirring addresses.
Fr jm now until the election on Nov
ember 5 Campaign Chairman Rad
ford promises to keep things lively.
The next speaker will be Hon. D. H.
Kir cheloe, of Madisonville.one of the
Democratic electors for this district,
and fish commission at its last meet
ing announced the information from
Washington that the federal fish at d
game department has collected evi-1
denSe against more than forty such 1
hunters in various parts of the State!
sufficient to indict and conviat tbem
under the Lacy bird and manual uct.
.This law'prohibits the shipment of
game out'of states, in which their
sale is prohibited.
II III I
Si tire. QELAZLEY
(Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat)
What You Want
How You Want It
When You Want It
For aayt&ig m
Ju to w ana we
u4m yetf atifctory wnfc
fmom Ifet tee pgftt
Km of pmtmc cnn
S100 Reward, SI00
Tho readers of tUU pnpqr will bo
pleased to Karn that thuro la at least ono
dreaded disease that sclonco haa bit-a
able to euro In all Us Blazes, and tliat U
Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure li tlio only
poslUvo euro now known to tho medical
fraternity. Catarrh Uelns a constitutional
disease, requires a constitutional treat
ment. Hairs Catarrh Curo Is taken In
ternally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of tho system, there
v... .init.ivlnt tlin fnnnrtailnn of tho UlS
ease, and giving tho patient strength by
building up tho constitution and assisting
nature In doing its work. Tho proprietors
have so much faith In Us curative now
era that they offer One, Hundred Dollar;
for nnv cose that It falls to cure. Bind
tor list of testimonials.
'Addreus V, 3 CHENUV A CO., Toledo, Onlo
Sold by all Drupelets, 7'jC. a,
Take Hall's I'jwlly Tlila for constipation.
Probing Into Election Expenses.
The Clapp investigating committee
has resumed operations at Washing
ton. Treasurer Hood, o,f the Pro
gressive party said; the records
showed that Chairman Dixon spent.
$143,000 before the Chicago conven
tion; Chas. Crane gave $70,000 to,
both , the LaGallette and Wilson!
funds, and Wm. Flinn gave $112.1 CO
St makes old floors and furniture look
newilt makes new floors look newer.
Call on the Black Hardware Co., in
corpdrated. They have it Kusifee's
Paint, the kind that lasts.
BLACK HDW. CO.
for the Roosevelt primary in Pennsylvania.
S FAIL AN-D WINTER EATABLES OF' Mzffi
:: , WE ARE RECEIVING EVERY' DAY.
New Quaker Oats, New Oat Flakes, Wheat Hearts, Oat Meal, New
Rice. New Evanorated Peaches.
FRESH FISH' AND, OYSTERS AT OUR MARKET BOUSE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY.
.SUGAR TO THE LADIES
25 Pound Bags for:. $1 50 Ladies, come in and see the largest and prettiest
50 Pound Bags, Cotton Sacks, for $2.90 patterns of Cut Glass ever shown in Western Ky.
100 Pound Sacks for 4 S5 60 We have 382 different pieces. Our price is right.
HEAVY BROWN BACON FLUR,
. Don't fail to lay m your supply, it will pay you
We c an certainly give you some extra nice side later on. - ; .
meat and our price is a Special, 100 pounds T n . :
for : $13.75 SALT
Mr. Farmer, let us sell you salt, bright new barrel and all stored
NEW SORGHUM MOLASSES l"url'u,e' ,
Extra Fine Quality, first of the season, for 60 Emydoy,everyhof Styotbushe.a
Cents Gallon. will do all we can to please you.
C. R. CLARK & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Grocers. 2 Stores, Main Sreet.