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Hopkinsville Kentuckian. (Hopkinsville, Ky.) 1889-1918, October 10, 1912, Image 3

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Hopkinsville Kentuckian
Always Reliable
SPECIAL PREMIUM
THE 510PKINSVILLE KFNTUCKIAN VACUUM CLEANER
A Rlght-Up-to-the Winuito Labor-saving
nouse-ieanmg machine,
Yuu cannot get the clust and dirt out of your carpets and your home without the aid of a Vacuum Cleaner. It takes as long to dust as it does to sweep. Do not
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Absolutely indispensable in the home. 1 I It takes onlv ONE terson to handle this
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machine
A perfect Vacuum Cleaner. Weight
only 4 34 lbs.
Can be operated with either right or
left hand
Absolute cleanliness if you use this Vac
uum Cleaner
Removes all disease germs from the car
pets that- 'are brought into the house on
the shoes
Think how the wear and tear . of your
furniture and curtains will be saved by
not having dust in your carpets
A child can operate it
You want a cleaner that is always ready, that you can handle
vourself "
Use this Cleaner and have a sanitary home
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Has patented flexible nozzle. Held at any height it works
satisfactorily
Easier to operate than any other Cleaner
Has large 8-inch nozzle and draws the entire 8 inches
Has a stronger suction than other cleaners and gets not
only the surface dirt but also the dirt that is in and be
neath the floor covering
GUARANTEE
This Vacuum Cleaner is guaranteed to be free from
mechanical defects and the maker will replace, without
charge, any part proving defective in material or workmaL- g
ship for a period of one year from date of purchase. y
iLc HOPKINSVILLE KliNTUCKIAN VACUUM CLEANER CAN BE OBTAINED ONLY BY
READERS OF THE KENTUCKIAN WRITE OR TELEPHONE THE KENTUCKIAN.
Price, of Machine $7.50 Our Price to Subscribers $7.35 and Paper for One Year
Before November 1st.
Coll at This Officenr Phone Us to Send a Machine and a Man to Demonstrate Don't Delay. We contracted for 1250 Ma
chines in order to make you this price.
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'Guaranteed undciTHoPSM
Exact Copy of Wrappir.
CASTORIA
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have
Always Bought
Bears the
Signature
of
AW
A COMPARISON.
From Pompeii we -went' to Vesuvi
us. At the end of the inclined rail
way Mr. Towers, who is an. engineer
oy proiession, reiusea to go any
further. The wind was blowing a
hurricane and there was a perfect
storm of gravel and sand. I was
sure I had seen just as bad at Eaw
lins, "Wyo., and Mrs. Cosgriff, Miss
! Towers and myself started for the
top. The storm finally became bo
bad that we were unable to reach the '
top. "We were strongly rentinded of
the Irishman who remarked that
climbing Vesuvius was like trying to
kiss his sweetheart: "It was so dif
ficult to reach tho mouth of the cra-
tur." Kome letter in Salt Lake
Tribune.
Land In Grass.
Cutting hay off land for a series
of years and then expecting to And It
enriched Is likely to lead to disap
pointment. Something will have been
accomplished In getting rid of Insect
pests by the change of crop and tho
texture of tho soli will have been
Improved by the organic matter from
the roots and what nitrogen the clov
ers have gathered, but where the clov
ers have early run out even this will
not be a great advantage. Grass lands
need feeding, either with barnyard I
manure where hay Is sold off or when
pastured, extra feed should be used '
for the stock if the full benefit of ly
ing on grass is to be secured.
V. L. GATES.
E. W. BRACKFOGG
In
Use
For Over
Thirty Years
THC CKNTAUft COUPANYi CW VOHK CITY.
DEAR DELAYS
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Have your teeth attasded 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.
Prices reasonable.
' PAINLESS EXTRACTING MY SPECIALTY."
DR. FEIRSTEIN
ORIGINAL OWNERSHIP.
It i3 not probable that private
ownership antedated common own
crship. It is almost settled that
joint ownership, and not separate
ownership, is the really archaic insti'
tution. There is the strongest rea
sod for believing that property onco
belonged not to individuals, or even
to isolated families, but to larger so
cieties on the patriarchal model. In
fact, common ownership, or what is
known as the "patriachal system," is
proved to have been tho rule in all
countries prior to tho later historic
period.
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ijiK.il uBiiy simn wmi CrQpp, ap
oly and cive Dr. 'Ph,o"mR', Electrii
Oil t once. Safe for children." A
little goes a lonjr way. 95c jwi 50.
At all dt'ntr stores.
Advertisement. C -'
Sublime and Ridiculous.
We like flqe writing when It is prop
erly applied; bo we appreciate, tho fci
lowing burst of eloquence In a contest
porary: "As .the ostrich uses both lev
and wings when the Arabian counw
bounds in her ear as the wtnged
tlngtnlngs lea from the neaveni
when the thunderbolts are loosed so
does a little negro run when a big dof
U after Mm."
' D mn'a Ointment cured me of
eczema that had annoyed me for a
long tim Tlie result was lastinKV
Hon, 'S. Matthewp, Commit
sioner, Labor Statistics, . Augusta)
Me.
AdverHsement, !
To secure a market for his feathers
the poultryman should ascertain the
names of the bedding manufacturers
In his nearest largo city and write to
them for quotations. All feathers
should be dry picked and should be
kept free from blood. Tail and wing
feathers should be kept separate from
the body feathers.
Impure blood runs you down
raakes'tyou an easy victim for disease.
For pure blood and sound digestion
Burdock Blood Bitters. At all
drug stores Price $1.00.
Advertisement.
Appcnr'x a Waste 'MskeL
One of New York's biggest scienti
fic surgical choppers has often found
toothbrush bristles In a patient's ap
pendix. . Two hours after midnight
yesterday he operated on a man al
most at the point of death, taking out
the appendix, which was as big as a
deerfoot, sausage. In It was a pin all
crusted , ovor. For somo people the
appeji'db. Booms to be a waste baskol
palmi,-
. GATES & BRACKROGGE,
(Successors to E.JH. Williams)
108 South' Itoiin Street. ;oue,ra House' 'Building
BAR and RESTAURANT
J AND. LUNCH jROOM.
I Our place has been remodeled and we guarantee! the best
ux sex. vice, we especially nave some line Wines and
Liquors for medicinal purposes. Prompt deliverv'to anv
part of the city.
GATES & BRACKROGGE,
Cumb. Phone 315. Eome Ph0neHl57
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END YOUR MANTLE TROITRT FQ
H yu Mt w 'h Gas, Gasoline or Kerosene you will eventually tae
Block Manlles. Buy Mantles by name. Go to your dealer and
say nrmly, "I want Block Mantles." Dealers write for catalog to
THE BLOCK LIGHT CO? :: YOUNGSTOWN, OHIO
maker of
BLOCK BLOCK
andw nmn-iny MANTLES
I the raa
w aA" lined
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jfegiil '' hcMimi oi the bowoJ ;
ettJRffiahiraT movements, relief of
constiuation. try Doan b Regulets.
25c at all stnn.
Aduertlaemcnt.
New -'poods, Fresh Goods, This
Year's Pick 1912
Seeded Raiains, Evaporated Peaches, Evaporated 'Ap
ricots, Sun, Pried Appte New Rice, Corn, TomaWs,'
Peas, Peaches, Putr.pkjn, String Beans, Porkand
Beans, Asparagus, Apples, Hominy, in fact we are
receiving new goods daily. Let us have your order.
Will guarantee satisfaction.
J; . K. TWYMA N
204 SOUTH MAIN.
Next to Court House.
Estab. 1902.
Both Phone?,
For Sale By W. H, COBB & CO

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