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Dp G, P. Isbell. salt a splendid tonic ' Stopped Those Pains
Y.frinary Phylcian targoon n.. ?u . . uu lXcI
Offee a Mental Cr. 7th ard Ri: 4r-SfnB72i :I h ul ,lM m ,i,Mh aide, and
Eyt, Ear, Noso and Throat?
Tree Tent Made for OIbsms
I V tiirn-Phoenuiluildlnc Mln3u!
Dr. R. F, McDaniei,
PraclloB Llmitad to OIeae of
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
fflce In Summers BulldlriB near Court"Hoase
lit tAStnlnAR Tclllmnf nnH
i ' I til uj-vr -. uuiticiii. uwu 'no uui
L'frlu i00 n?uoh; u,mPPct,zl"K jtfet no relufc I hJ iven upall
AOBHiffe is often duo to Riiosmvorlc. , , . i . . . . .
jHl-ftMpnrnfiit of salt 1? sdffldailt ' of T cllil,f m'f' 1
V . ..ml i. it .K.. ..... : .
wag very hleirwich womanly troubles.
It I tried different doe tit hut crmM
' quart oi aoup. sauco. or vogo- ;Mnu 'l rolieyud the m u i.i tny side,
nnd now 1 fel like a new nsrsnn.
Salt used onca a day la tin excellent is u utnrl..rftir tnuH,!n., " Mnmt
ft i - worn out d
A half toaspoonful of 'salt added to ! discouraged on acjo mt of mme wc
i cup of hot water which many nor-1 manly trouble. Are you? Tak
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Children Cry for Fletcher's
PLAN FOB DERftlGrC STACKER
scii3 take each morning will mako it
Do not gargle with Bait water.
Threat specialists consider It Injurl
oua to tho tender "mucous members
of tho noBe.
Catdui, . he womun's tonic. Its re
cord shows that it will help you.
Why wait? Try it toda. Ask your
drugis'. ab ut it.
Ono Featuro of Implement Shown
Illustration Is That It Always
Drops Load In Center.
Salt water roto tho hair; bo never tssssxr
HONESt ICumb. Hbme.
t. OMce 918 1210
' ,R8l.dnc8..2IOl 1140
8 to 12
fall to rlnso with fresh watof aftor
I To set color in wash matorlala and
lombroldery cottons Boak them in
I Btrong Bait water.
I An excellent tonic for nervous peo
ple la to take salt rubs twice ti day.
R A llfarecwnrfrh 'As Boa salt dissolves slowly, some of
as t w lt can be kopt In B0iutton tn n giaga
Office: Hopper Building,
Up Stairs, Front Court House.
'Phonos Hookinsvllle, Ky.
FlflE BATH ROOMS.
Four First Glass Artists.
FRANK BOYD, Propr.
Jar to be ready when nooded. Tho
enure sail Datn is aiao good.
"Where a child is inclined to bow
legs or to have a weak back, rub it !
nlcrht nnrl mm-ntnir wTVi 'ofinnr olf
water.- 14p p. j' p.'.Ui.d.
A faded carpet Is freshened if wiped y
Qff with a wet cloth wrung from strong !
salt water. Sprinkle - floor with damn-
ened salt and Bweep well. ,
Bad dyspepsia can be helped by dls-
Bolv'-.g pinches of salt on tho tongue J
after eating, or when there is a sense
Corrected Sept 1 1912,
Retail GrtocfciiY pricks.
Country lard, yuwj cuio und cloaD
A Sirs, Cmin Biuir for BcmmiD VrnnoAtioa.
MtVER KNOWN TB FAIL. B.fl Sural fipwlll Bull.
facuon Oa.nnteed or uontj Befonded. Bent prepaid
Irtea relured. BunplHFree. irjourdrpigbtdoe.not
bare Uwn lend yoar orders to th
UNITED MEDICAL CO., aox T. Lancasttr. Fju
TIMELY ICE BOX
Some Things Worth Rememberlnjr
When Putting Food Away In
All cooked food should bo cooled. as
soon as possible before being placed
in tho ice box. Butter may bo kept
from taking up the flavors of other
food by keeping it in a tightly cov
ered receptacle. ,
Coun.r.v bacon, 18c p'r pound.
Btack-Qjt-tl lent, ?4.50 ; t-r bushel.
Counfry should-r, Joe per pound.
Country hums. 20c n r j ound.
Irish potatoes. $1 25 per bushel.
Northern eating Rural potatoes,
$1.25 per bushel
Tiivoo cinfittiv AtitAtio i 1 ft A
Red eating onioaa,$1.50 per bushel
Dried Navy beans, S3.60 per"
'Cabbage, 3 cents a pound.
Dried Lima beana, 10c per pound,
Country dried apples, 15c per
Daisy cream cheese, 25c Tier
Milk requires more access of air, , . , ,
biit in a clean Ice box in which no! cream brick cheese, 25c pel
Sold li tff Wnjvfle bj Ihe Aadttsca.FwItr Drag Co.
Both Phono9. 312 S. Main St.
Board and Room 813 a month
Now Building. Expert Teachers.
Positions for Graduates. Get Catalog.
idpfiYEAR'S BUSINESS COLLEGE
strong smelling food is kopt milk
should remain uninjured in flavor for
twelve to twenty-four hours. If vege
tables or other foodB of pronounced
odor are kept in glass jars with covers
or in covered earthenware receptacles
there will be fewer odora to be com
municated. Portions of canned goods should
never be put into the ico box In the
tin can. Such food does not of nece3
slty develop a poisonous product, as
has sometimes been claimed, but ex
periments show that ptomaines are
particularly liable to develop in sue)
Women who are hovering around
household furniture -with pots of paint
during these summer days will be glad
of tho Information that common salt,
combined with brown Goap and hot
water, will remove the paint from
their fingers aftor their task of touch
ing up scratched corners Is finished, j
Enamel paint, if not got" off immedl
ately, leaves on the hands a heavy de
posit that from -white turns a pale '
gray blue, and will resist ovon turpen
pentlne and ammonia. The salt should
be used before tho paint dries and itr
use should not bo stinted.
Thia drawing shows a derrick
etaoker which la dlfforont from any I
fhave yet iecn, wrltos Alfred Peterson
in tho Farmors' Mall and Breez. It
will build n tstnek twlco a long as
the length of the arm, as Irish as the
ninst, and an wide as tho arm is long.
The ekids C are mado of 3 by 14 Inch
plank and the baco is 7 feet wide.
Tho braces ar 2 by 6's and should bo
still. further braced, by cross bracea not
given In the drawing. The hole in the
platform H Is 3 inches larger than tho
i diameter nf thn mnnt tvliloh nllnmo ihn
mast to lean over towards the stack eo '
tho load will carry Itself to any place '
on the stack. The mast Is a telephone
.polo 35 feet long and rests on a pivot
on the skids. Tho arm B is a smaller
pple 25 feet long at the Inner end of
-whldh a crotch ahaped Iron holds It in
'place against tho mast. From this
crotch a rod passes up and around the
mast over the Iron catches marked I.
The arm is raised or lowered by means
of the rope F. At the upper end of the
maBt la a large ring to which guy ropes
E are fastened. The derrick must be
aolldly guyed when in use. The rope D
ia for. bringing the load in place on
tho stack. G is the rope to 'which the
horso 1b hitched. The feature of this
stacker is that it will always drop the
load in tho center of the stack wheth
er at tho ends or in tho middle. A
stationary arm stacker will not do
this. This stacker may bo successful
ly used on a windy day and will han-
tue as mucn nay in a day as any
IMPROVED SEEDS ARE BEST
Indies! Save Money anrf Keep xn
Style by Reading McCall's
Ulagaiinc and Using McCall Patterns
holp you dross styl
ishly at a modorale
expense by kooplnc
you postod on th'
latest fashions i.
clothes and !lr.t
Now Fashion Divtlaut
la cacti tssuo.
on all homo ana y,
sonal matters. Oni
60c a year. lncludt..i
a freo pattorn. Suii
scrlbo today or seuo '
for freo saraplo corr.
f MeCnll Piitrrni will enablo you to mako In your
-.i::- no, wiui yourown Hands, clottitntr for
roursoif nnd children which will bo perfect
In stylo - id fit. Price none htcherthanM
cents buud for freo Pattern Cataloeuo.
Wt Will Ci You Fin Prtftntj for eettlne sub
Premium Cataloeuo and Cash Prlzo Offu. to
JHE McCAU COSPWY. 2 I 249 Wt 374 St. WW YOM
Good Way to Use Cold Boiled Fish.
Boll three medium sized potatoes.
Chop them and fry them with half
an onion, or ono very small, in as lit
tle butter as possible to use. Remove
skin and bones from boiled fish, sepa
rate it into small pieces and mix with
the fried potatoes. Moisten with half
a cup of white sauce if you have it, if
not, use milk. Season with pepper and
salt, and a minute or two before serv
ing pour In two yell beaten egga and
mix thoroughly. Garnish with parsley
and servo very hot.
Chop cold boiled tongue very fine;
mix with sauco tartare and use tc
spread any variety of broad prepared
for sandwiches. Chicken may be
mixed with the tonguo. Boston brown
bread or plain white bread are both
good for this purpose. If Bauco tartar?
be not available, use chopped capers
olivea, cucumber picklea , (muBtard
pickles at discretion), onions and para
ley with the tongue, and moisten wit)
Fo' cream Limberger cheese, 26c
Popcorn, dried on ear,2c per pound
Fresh Egga 20c per doz
Choice lota fresh, well-worked
country butter, in pound prints, 30c.
Lemons. 25? per dozen
Navel Oranges, 30c, 40c,per doz
Bananas, 20c nnd 25c doz
New .York State apples $4 50 to
$5.00 per barrel
Cash Price Paid For Produce.
Dressed hens, 12&c per pound
Dres3fid cocks, 7c per pound
live hens, 10c per pound; live cocks
oc pouna; live turKeys, itsz per
Root3, Hides, Wool and Tallow.
Prices paid by wholesale dealers tc
butchers and fanners:
Roots Southern ginseng, $5.75 lb
"Golden Seal" yellow root, $1.35 11
Mayapple, 3J; pink root, 12c and 13t
Tallow No. I, 4, No. 2, 4c.
Wool Burry, 10c to I7c; Clear
Grease, 21c. medium, tub washed
23c to 30c; coarse, dingy, tub washed
Feathers Prime white goose, 50c
dark and mixed old goose, I5c to 30c;
gray mixed, I5c to 80c white duck,
22c to 35c, new.
Hides and Skins These quotations
are for Kentucky hides. Southern
green hides 8c. We quote assorted
lots dry flint, I2c to I4c. 9-10bet
Dressed geese, 11c per- pound' for
choice,"lots, live EJ
.Fresh country eggs, 15 cents per
Fresh country butter 20c lb. Carefully Selected and Prepared.
A good demand exists for spring of Bomo n6W kind of notatoea wmiid
cmcKens, ana cnoice iocs oi ireea furnish seed for quite a patch next
Tho Kind You Ilavo Always Bought, and which 1ms heen
in U80 for over SO years, lias uorno tho signntu.ro of
and has lccn mado under his pcr
rJyCyrhr sonal supervision since its Infancy.
!ryjrt ft&tcst.VK aUoav no ono to deccivo you In tills.
All Counterfeits, Imitations nnd "Just-ns-good" nro but
Experiments that triflo with nnd endanger tho health of
Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. '
What is CASTOR I A
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Sootlilng Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contnina neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys "Worms
and allays Pevcrishncss. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. ' It assimilates tlio Food, regulates tho
Stomach nnd Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. "
EiWSNE CASTORIA ALWAYS
Bears the Signature of
The Kind Yon Have Always Bought
in Use For Over 30 Years
THC CENTAUR COMPANY, 77 MURRAY STREET. NEW YORK CITY.
ViT X mm.
Have your teeth attended to now. Don't put it off for
more convenient season. They may get in such condition
as will be difficult to repair. Our methods are modern.
PAINLESS EXTRACTING MY SPECIALTY.
Next to Court House. E?tab. 1902.
V. L. GATES.
E. W. BRACKROGG
GATES & BRACKROGGE.
lOpera House 'Buildina
BAR and RESTAURANT
Ono Quart of New Variety of. Corn
Would Grow Enough to Plant Big
Acreago at Small Cost.
(By a:. W. KELLEr.)
I believe that every farmer would
jjhu h proiuamo 10 devote a cortain -G0 n ttr v
nortion of his farm tn rrnwi ,,! . . .. vvuuamsj
tor the comin v,rV Tn h Z 1WJ ftou' nn.street.
-could buy seed each yoar and plant It
on his test grounds and grow all that
-would bo required for his next year's
Ono quart of some new variety of
AND. LUNCH ROOM.
plant quite an acreage and tho cost uur place lias been remoGeled and we guarantee' the beat
would be comparatively small. A peck of Service We eSDeciallv hflVP snmo fino W; x
parto? thecTtedidlial purpose,3, PrcmPt deliveryto any
IGATES & BRACKROGGE.
Oumb. Phone 315.
A cure for Rheum-
utism that is posi-
or your money back.
For Sale at
Beat yolks of two eggs and one-hall
cup milk. Heat the white stiff and add
to them one cup sugar, three tea
spoons butter, one teaspoon lemon ex
tract, one cup flour, one teaspoon bak-
lne powder, one-half teaspoon salt
Beat well and bake In shallow pa
Raisins or cocoanut may be added,
If cocoanut. is added It makes it very
BLYTHE'S Drag Store
Cor, 9th and Clay,
When Making Quilts.
It is an Impossibility to successful
ly wash quilts without having the cot
ton filling become matted and lumpy.
If the cotton batting Is covered with
cheesecloth and tied before the final
covering Is knotted over" the cotton,
the Ufeter may be removed-at any time
y -Afterward It may be replaced aad
knotted, making the quilt perfect!
new agala. ( v
Seven pounds et figs, 3 ft pouads o4
sugar, oae quart of vinegar. With Igs
I boll them In salt and water, as for
vegetables, for haK an hour, drain
them carefully aad add to the vni
Hay and Grain.
Choice timothy bay, $18 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 bay, $18 00
White BMdocts, 68c V,
Back seed oats, 68c
Mixed seed oats, 65c
No. 2 white corn, $1.00.
No. 2 mixed com, $1.00.
Winter wheat bran, $28.00.11
Chops, $5 00 "
year. One bushel of seed oats would
furnish enough seed for a number of
acres tho nextyear.
This would give tho seed an oppor
tunlty to become better Acclimated
and ho could select the best seeds for
home use, which Is an opportunity that Reduso Corsets are comfortable, easv-fittinr. dnraM
seldom comes to a farmer who buys I and unaided bv s trans nr BHnTW i v.ia
. . . .. ,.l , . - .M.M...WA.W W. SLUT
frftm tn. menA m nr. nhn Mall f I ?! ! I . ... ...
UUU4 W A 1 1 V
Work Wonders for Large Figures
The Reduso greatly improves well developed
figures and gives support where most needed.
from the general crop which is raised I inches
by farmers especially for them. Jtfc S3.0O ..J. tn nn
Then there li alwava an onoortun. I . .
oats, corn or potatoes to his nearby J '"tlnAKTtfJ BROS., Maktr. 34 St. t Broadway, New Tori
friends for a better nrice than his Ken. fHi
cral crops -will bring. The time is
coming when good seed will be better
appreciated by farmers.
A Cask Offer
Cultivating Potatoes Lata.
The Vlnrlnla. truck xnriint at a.
tlon has found that tho best results
J . I A. A I
fpiia ranftiAtriuiuaa m.ia a Dn.i.i. I n growing, poiaioes are ODtainea
Clubbing rate With The Memphis the earlier cultivations, but as the
Weekly Commercial Appeal by reason advances earth may be worked
which we will furnish both papers toward the vines by means of winged
for one year for the very low sub- ?"UIvat"8 la orieI io tJJe tuberi
It has also been found best to con
tinue cultivation as late in the season
ts possible. Many eastern Virginia
growers,-do. not stop cultivators until
o or three weeks before digging la
McClald & Armstrong
GRANITE AND MARBLE MONUMENTS,
criptioa'price of I2.2S. The Com
mercial Appeal is one of the. largest
ad beet papers ia the Seuth, 'and
we hope to receive mns new sub
scriptions on this offer; $2.36 caeb
for both papers.
CUT STONE, ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WORK.
Marble Yards and Office N. Main Street, Between 1st and 2nd Sts.
CEMENT AND LIME FOR SALE.
Curob. Telephone 490. Hopkinsville, Kentucky,