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HOPfrtNSVlLtB KKNTUCKIAN, OCTOBER 8
Dr P. isbell.
Office and Hospital Cor. 7th art) Rit
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Eye, Ear, Nnsq anaJhfpaL
Troe Test Kswie rr aUfl
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Dr, R- FM'cDanie.,
Practice Limited to Olteaie ot
Eye, Ear, Noso and Throat. '
OfflccJ in Sammora BuiUUns near Court :Houb
OMea 918.. .
0 to 12 a. m
2 to 6 p. m
J. B. Allensworth,
' Up Stairs, Front Court House.
. ,'Phoneo " Hopklnsvlllo, Ky.
FINE BATH ROOMS.
Four First Class Artists.
FRANK BOYD, Propr.
I FRENCH FEMALE
A Bin, Cnrnix for Bctfiwip J1!iiatioi.
ururo irunufH Tfl rail Rf1 flnrel 8ndrl SatU-
fiction Guaranteed or JIomj Befunded. Bent prrpiW
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bar them eni jour orderi to the
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r HUGH MCSHANE.
I THE PLUMBER.
BOtn HnoneSi Oi-e o- mum
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Begins Sept. 2nd.
Board and Room f 13 a month
Naw Building. Ezpert Teachers.
if Large Patronage.
Positions f or Graduates. Get Catalog.
tOCKYEAR'S BUSINESS COLLEGE
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latest fashions in
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on all homo and per
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for freo samplo copy.
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A cure for Rheum-
atism that is posi
or your money back.
For Sale at
BLYTBE'S iDr ag Store
Cor. 9th and Clay.
watering tank for poviv
atfir Ojwrifng and Closing
VaHVo for Supply.
tank planed on a bracket
iirtft fiepr tho ceiling of . my chlck&n
iToihie J ran a ono-halMnch pipe ddtyn .
the wator dish, writes, P-
Jfcurtm o? Chlcifeo in the Porratar
to T thafn.rttBim n flout nf n.
tin jinn . ,1 iiitfthmt If in fUn ntnl rif
hill V M I I ullKbUDU Alt VV - v
a iorr wifit unj, float rosting in mo
dl-h In such n position that, an In
(to of tlje amoant of Watqr would
r-u'c tho float to riso anu produce a
'downward motion of tho opposite end
lot tho lever.. To this end I attaohod
a. qoid Which', extended tor a lover
above thff -wator larilf, operating a
Automatic Opening and Closing Valve
on a Supply Water Tank for Fowls.
cock valvo at tho top of .tho feed pipe
as shown, in the illustration.
A coll spring holds tho ralve open
when tho water in tho watering dish
is low and nllows tho water to flow
in until tho float rises, which closes
tho valvo and Bhuts oft tho flow until
the water is again lowered in tho
MAKING LATE HATCHES PAY
"ockorels Will Grow Rapidly and
Come Irr Nicely for Winter
"Springers" for Frying.
Midsummer chicks are as a rule
not a success. The main reasons are
that tho. hot weather and insects are
against them. But late hatches will
frequently do as well as early ones
with equally good care. For late
hatches set hens or the incubator any
time in August, to have the chicks
(jpme off in September, when tho
weather is cooler and the summer in
sects have begun to diminish.
Cockerels from early fall hatches
will grow rapidly and will come In
nicely 'for winter "springers" for
broiling or frying. Pullets from these
hatches may not grow to be so large
as spring-hatched pullets, nor will
they lay this coming winter, but they
will beglrf to lay next spring, and will
continue to lay all next summer at a
time when other hens are off duty In
the egg business. With a good num
ber of fall-hatched pullets a contin
uous egg supply 'for all tho season?
BROODER HOUSE MADE HANDY
Convenient Coop for Poultry Keeper
Can Be Made Any Size Desired
Cover Wrth Netting.
Tho illustration shows a very con
venient style of coop for tho poultry
keeper. It can be made any size de
sired, from 2x3 to 4x5 feet or more,
says the Farm and Home. The
smaller coop is sufficient for a hen
and her brood, while the larger size
Brooder Colony House.
will hold a brooder and accommodate
a flock of 100 chicks.
' The yard should be made in three
sections of 1x2 or 1x3 inch strips
covered with one-Inch mesh wire net
ting. If covered over tho top with
wire netting, It will be proof against
cats and other intruders. The coop
and house should bo moved to fresb.
Molting season is at hand.
Pullets hatched In March should be
Vermin breeds much faster in warm
weather than in cool.
Filth and vermin are 'the great
profit killers and yet good remedies
are in reach of everyone.
Hens set in August will produce
chicks that will grow into first-class
tablo poultry about February.
If our chickB or older fowlB are not
thrifty, let us look into oar methods
and find out where we are to blame.
When tho hens begin to climb trees
to roost, It Is time to look to the venti
lation and cleanliness of the houses.
Hen afflicted with scaly leg Cannot
possibly give the best service la egg
production, and rough shanks look
Do not use harsh methods In break
ing up the broody hens. Remember
that broodlness is naturo'B provision
Authorities claim that tho eggs
from a hen will be fertile for ten days
after the removal of tho male from
The appearanco of the fowls Is not
very attractive now, but when tho
molting ordeal Is over they will look
all the prettier.
Two essentials are absolutely nec
essary to raise summer-hatched
chicks: First, an abundance of fresh
air; second, protection from the heat
of the sun.
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Corrected Sept. 1 1912, t
Country lard, good color and (fitjtfi
14c par pound.
Country bacon, 18c pnr pound.
Black-eyed ron. $4.50 per bunliaU
Country shoulders, 15c por pound.
Country hams, 20c per pound.
Irish potatoes, $1.25 per bushel.
Northern catinp; Rural potatoes
$1.25 per bushel
Texas eating onions, $1.50 per
Red eating onioaa,$l,50 per buBhol
Dried Navy beans, $3.60 pel
Cabbage, 3 cents a pound.
Dried Lima benns, 10c per pound.
Country dried apples, 15c per
Daisy cream . cheese, 25c ner
Fuji cream brick cheese, 25c po
Fu1 cream Limbprger cheese, 2f,c
Popcorn.dried on ear.2c per pound
Fresh Eggs 20c per doz
Choice lots fresh, well-worked
country butter, in pound prints. 30c
Lemons. 25? per dczen
Navel Oranges, 30c, 40c,per doz
Bananas, 20c and 25c doz
New York State apples $4 50 0
$5.00 per barrel
Cash Price Paid For Produce.
Dressed hens, 12&c per pound
Dressed cocks, 7c per pound
live hens, 10c per pound; live cocka
3c pound; live turkeys, 132 pe
Roots, Hides, Wool and Tallow.
Prices paid by wholesale dealers tc
butchers and farmers:
Roots Southern ginseng, $5.75 lb
"Golden Seal" yellow root, $1.35 1!
Mayapple, 3i; pink root, 12c and 13i
Tallow No. I. 4i, No. 2, 4c.
Wool Burry, 10c to 17c: Clea?
Grease, 21c. medium, tub washed
23c to 30c; coarse, dingy.tubwashetl
Feathers Prime white goose, 50c
dark and mixed old goose, I5cto30c
gray mixed, I5c to 30c white duck
22c to 35c,-new.
Hides and Skins These quotation
are for Kentucky hide3. Southeri
green hides 8c. We quote assorted
lots dry flint, I2c to I4c. 9-HUbet-ter
Dressed g"ees8, 11c per pound for
Fresh country eggs, 15 cents pei
Fresh country, butter 20c lb.
A good demand exists for spring
chickens, and choice lots of fresb
s Hay and Grain.
Choice timothy hay, $1& 00
No. I timothy hay, $18 00
Choice clover hay, $16 00
No. I clover hay, $16 00
Clean, bright straw hay, $8.00
Alfalfa hay, $18 00
White seed oats, '68c
Black seed oats, 68c
Mixed seed oats, 65c
No. 2 white corn, $1.00.
No. 2 mixed corn, $1.00.
Winter wheat bran, $28.00,1 'ZZ
Chops, $5 00
A Cash Offer.
The Kentuckian has made a specia
clubbing rate with The Memphis
Weekly Commercial Appeal by
which we will furnish both papers
for one year for the very low sub
criptiontprice of 52.26. The Com
mercial Appeal is one of the largest
and best papers in the South, and
we hope to receive many new sub
scriptions on this offer: $2.25 cash
for both papers.
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Tho finest line of samples evei
seen in Hopkinsville, from the Col
lins Mfg, Co, of Philadelphia, can be
seen at the Kentuckian office, Come
in and see them. We can please you,
no matter what style you want for
FOODS W'MCH CONTAIN SUGAR
Vegetables, Grains and Frulta Yield
the Sugars We LV-Musi Be
Woll Gookod. '
Frulta, grains and. Vjglul con
tain the sugars w& tfdl.
Fruit sugars arm difWtly absorbed
!ntt Uip ayatotn wittout previous prop
nmtlon by the digvatlvd juloos of tin
Intestine, and r almost the only
food eaten by man Of which this can
bd said. The sugars found in cane,
bee"ta and the maplo trco must under
go the dlgostivo prooaes bsforo they
can be absorbed by the body.
Grains contain the sugnr in tho
form of starch. This sugar can only
be dfevolopod by thorough cooking or
partially digesting starch, which is
found in the form of small granulos
Incased in a woody covering; whon
thoroughly cooked the granules burst
this covering and can he reached by
tho saliva and good digestion is as
sured The starches, we have found, arc
the most abundant of all food ele
ments and are largely contained in
seeds and plants. All of our cerealB,
breakfast foods, breads, legumes, etc.,
are about three-quarters starch, there
fore we can realize how Important it
is to cook them well. A form of
sugar called "dextrine" Is developed
in well cooked or partially digested
starch, and scientists tell us there are
twenty-five -changes in dextrine be
tween raw starch and digested or fruit
Tho sugar In vegetables appears
also in the form of starch, in small
quantities compared to that found in
cereals. Most of them are made more
digestible by cooking.
Tho exception is green corn, which
contains almost twenty per cent, of
sugar in tho place of starch, and
therefore should be cooked a very
NEW PAPER CUPS FOR JELLY
Little Vescels That Will Be Hailed
With Delight by the Modern '
The new paper sanitary tumblers
which have just come out ought to be
hailed with delight by the modern
housekeeper especially at preserving
times. These little vessels are made
from spruce pulp. They are treated
with aseptic qualities at the mill be
fore being packed in cartons and
Bhipped to the various stores and in
these cartons sold to the housekeeper,
so the only thing she has to do is to
break the seal and tho jelly jars are
ready for use.
They are so inexpensive that they
may easily be thrown away at the
end of the winter season, says the
Philadelphia Times. Each tumbler is
treated with a wax process which en
ables the jelly to slip out as easily as
from a glass jar.
Little round lids come for covering
the vessels and slip into a small
groove at the top. 1 Tho hot liquor
can be poured directly into these p
Use old china cups or metal must
ard cups. Each cup is to be half
filled with pitted pio cherries, a gen
erous teaspoonful of sugar and a pat
of butter. Prepare a plain, sweet cake
batter and drop ono mixing-spoonful
on each cup. Stand the cups In a
long pan half full of boiling water.
Place In the oven and bake quickly.
The cake batter should puff up over
the cups and bake a nice brown. To
serve, turn each cup's contents upon
a small plate, with the cherries on
Scale clean, trim and wipe dry six
small, fresh porgles; heat three table
spoons molted lard in a frying pan,
add the fish, season with teaspoon salt
and half teaspoon white pepper and
fry for five mlnuteB on each elde,
place on a hot dish; remove all tho
fat from the pan, place on a brisk fire
with half ounce butter, toss the butter
In the pan until a light brown,
squeeze In the julco ot half a sound
lemon, adding one teaspoon chopped
parsley; lightly toss, pour over fish,
and serve. '
When varnished paper becomes
dust covered it may be cleaned in this
To a pail half full of warm water
add two tablcspoonfuls of ammonia.
Wash the paper with this mixture,
using a flannel cloth.
Then to a pall half full of water
add two tablcspoonfuls of turpentine.
With a piece of chamois wlpo the
surface of tho paper. This produce?
A Good Stew.
One pound beef, two pounds pork
chops, two onions, cut up beef in small
pieces, place in layers, soason each
layer with Bait and pepper; use no wa
ter, but cover tight; place in a larger
dish of boiling water. Do not uncover
for three hours. There will be a nicf
lot of gravy when done.
Four eggs beaten separately, four
teaspoonfuls water, four teaspoonfuls
powdered sugar, popper and salt. But
ter spider and cook slowly. When done
sprinkle with powdered sugar and
pour over it two tablespoonfuls rum.
light, and take to table blazing.
One cup of molasses, one cup of
sugar, one cup of thick, sour cream,
ono cup of raisins, chopped One; four
cups flour, two eggs, one toaspoonful
of soda; spice to taste. Drop on but
A Great Prtsideolial Cam
The mdifc liberal we have ever made.
until January 1, 1913, and The
Daily Evening Post until November
10, 1912, (count the time) for just
The sooner you send in your order
the more you will get for your
Be sure to send your order un
der thisfspecial rate today to the
Hopkinsville Kentuckian, Hopkins
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more convenient season. They may get in such condition
as will be. difficult to repair. Our methods ar.e modern.
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Next to Court House.
V. L. GATES.
GATES & BRACKROGGE,
(Successors to E.fH. Williams)
108 South'. Wain Street, SOpera House 'Buildirjfl
BAR and RESTAURANT
AND. LUNCH ROOM.
Our nlace has been remodeled
of service. We especially have some fine Wines 'and
Liauors for medicinal purposes. PromDt deliverv'fo rni-o
part of the city.
GATES & BRACKROGGE.
Cumb. Phone 315.
Work Wonders for Large Figures
The Reduso greatly improves well developed
figures and gives support where most needed.
Reduso Corsets are comfortable, easy-fitting, durable,
and unaided by straps or attachments of any kind
will reduce the hips and abdomen from one to five
-Vice $3.00 upwards to $10.00
Sold at all Stores. Everywhere)
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GRANITE AND MARBLE MONUMENTS,
CUT STONE, ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WORK.
Mnrhlp Yards and Ofiico N. Main Street, Between 1st and 2nd Sta.
CEMENT AMD LIME FOR SALE,
Cumb. Telephone 490.
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E. W. BRACKROGG
and we cruaranrpA'f-.riA Hon
YB rOK fc?AL.JfcS.
Hopkinsville, Kentucky. 1 j
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