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Corsets ! Corsets!
An Expert Corset Fitter win be at my store
October 7th, 8th and 9th
wiflh a Ml lfhe 5f iiew models of the cale
brated Redfern & Warner Rust-Proof Cor
sets. . You may make an appointment for
personal fitting by mail or telephone, or
call at your convenience.
SUITS AND CLOAKS.
The new thingj In. Ladies and Misses'
Suits. Ladies', Misses' and Children's
Cloaks. Good assortment and prices to suit
all. Make my store your stopping place
when in the city. .
BUDDIE'SIRST LOVE AFFAIR
Foolish Indeed If He Thought He
"Could Keep,.H From KnowN
edge of Sister.
T. M. JONES,
mi -uui' " ill Wlr wiiajuiiymut
F I A L L
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It makes old floors and furniture look
new. It makes new floors look newer.
Call on the Black Hardware Co., In
corporated. They have it-Kurfee's
Paint, the kind that lasts.
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we invite you
To join us in business.
We can help each other.
We seek in . every way to
maintain the standard of
careful attention to the
interests of our customers.
W T TAMflV P,oti,lf IPA T. SMTTH rinchm
JNO. B. TRICE, Vice Prest. J A. BROWNING. JR., Asst.Cash.
3 PER CENT. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS
THEY ARE FINE!
W. T. Cooper & Co.
KEflfc om f ii thqr gono ?"
"V, pop'a boon gono for. an.
hour, . sl&epv boy. Why do Xo.ukif!"
, "Nblliing, sister nothing.qur
.try eoffeo. Wlint's that you sajj?"
Brtother, dear won't I do?"
don't know wlint you mean,
Tcs, you do. What is it you
want-to toll dad." ' V'
"Nothing you'd understand,'', you
chump. Ain't that liko agirl?
Where's the toast? What makes the
coffeo so cold? Sis, why " ,
"What did you talk to dud about,,
brother? Why, Buddie, whab arc
you crying about?"
"I ain't crying, you fool girlPtfes
"Brother, dear, did you lose any
thing playing poker last night?"
"Cut that oht. I didn't go to
the club last night, and "
"What's her name?"
'Her name is se'o here, what do
you mean by what's her name?"" '
"Is she pretty, brother. What
size are her hands, now? Sis or
"Where's that glove, sis, and
whero did you find it? Give it to
me at once, or I'll "
"What will you do?"-
"Give it upi and I'll buy you a
pair just like it."
"All right, brother, dear. The?
cost $6. But what's her name? Do
I know her?" Cleveland Plain
WORKS LIKE ft
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HARD TO TELL
Donald 'Dixon is planning a sixty-day
balloon trip around the world.
Elaine Indeed ! What route will
Donald He won't know until he
gets up. -
MARK TWAIN IN LONDON.
There are, in the July Book
Monthly, some Memories of Mark
Twain, chiefly in L'ondon, by his
cousin, ivatnarine uiemens. une or
the stories told is connected with a
visit the humorist paid to Mme. Tus
Baud's. When in "the famous show
he stood a long while in contempla
tion of an especially clever piece of
waxwork. He felt a sudden stab of
pain in his side, and, turning quick-,
ly, found himself face to face with
a dumbfounded British matron, with
her parasol still pointed toward
him. "Oh, Lor, it's alive," she ex
claimed, and beat a hasty retreat !
DEATH FOR SQUEALERS.
1 appeared in the Gates avenue
court, Brooklyn, that, "squealing"
among those who commit burglaries
is not looked upon as promotive of
longevity. A sixteen-year-old boy,
who said his name was Golenko, but
who refused to say where he lived,
was before Magistrate Naumer
charged with breaking into a store at
1607 Broadway. Ho was asked to
give the names of his confederates.
"Nix on that," he responded. "If,
I squealed they'd get me good and
plenty. I'd be killed."
The boy was held for tho grand
WOMEN TO RUN COLONY.
Early next autumn,England is to
have o women's agricultural colony,
run and inhabited exclusively by
women. A largo tract of land has
been secured and several women
prominent in the cause of suffrage
are leading in the scheme of organi-mtion.
OIJKCT OF DISTRUST.
"Your husband has had a great
Seal to say in tho convention."
"Yes," replied the prominent citi
zen's wife, 'but do you know I don't
oelieve those delegates believe what
be tells them any more than I do,"
AT FAR LESS COST.1
Is built on an entirely different pVin- .
eiple from other heaters- It heats like :
a furnace by. circulation instead of
radiation. It burns hard coal or' the
: at less than half the cost of other
. heaters. Furthermore, it heats a much
larger space than other heaters on the
. market. One Moore's Air-Tight Heater
will keep your entire house comfortable.
Cole's Original Hot Blast Heater
Is guaranteed to save 1-3 in fuel over
any lower draft stove of same size
using soft coal or slack.
A Full Line of Oak, Cannon and Laundry Heaters,
Cook Stoves and Ranges.
Courier's Bargain Offer.
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nounced that the price of The Daily
Courier (312 issues) will be cut from
$2 50 to onlj $2 00 per year all dur
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ers. The opportunity to subscribe
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year will be strictly limited, how'
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Herbert L. Russell, manager of a
ranch in Durango, owned by Allen
C McCaughan, the American Vice
Girsulat that place, was killed by
On Sunday last at 7 p. m., a few
friends and relatives met at the
home of the bride, near West
Seventh Street, to witness the mar
riage ceremony between Miss
Frankie Simmons and Mr. vVm... B.
Berry. It was a quietj home' affair
with happy congratulations. The
ofiiciating'miniater was C. T. Lyle.
With ample'working capital, exceptional collection arrange
ments, and a thoroughly organized office system this bank
has the ability and disposition to extend to its customers
every facility warranted by safe, conservation banking.
Three per cent interest on Time Certificates of
BANK OF HOFKINSVILLE
Nat Gaithsr,, President; Jf JfcPherion, Cashisr;
H. X. McPherson, Ant, Cashier.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
HOPKINSVILLE - - KENTUCKY.I
Only Ntlfnal ankMi This Community
Capital ;.V. , .,00S.Qa
8tockboldM Liability TS,00.00
ISSUES TRAVELER'S CHECKS 1000 IN ALL TARTS
OF THE WORLD.
HAS A REGULAR SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
Thrw Pr Cwxt Interest Paid on Savings and Tim Ptpsahs