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dOPKl NS VILLI? If iKTUULAff OCTOBER ST
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SPECIAL EXCURSION
To show you we have the grea'est
want you to go with us to Florida on our next excursion date. Yes that
is election date, but you can le&ve Hopkinsville at 11:56 night and by that
timeou will krov who wen.
Ask the following men what they siw when in Florida with me: J.
C. Johr son. C. 0. Wright, J. D. Thomson. E. C. Radford, T. J. McRey-
IT IS THE ONE GREAT INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY OF A LIFETIME. TAKE THE
OPINION OF MEN WHO KNOW. ACT ,NOW---OWN A FARM IN FLORIDA.
Why stay where you can grow only one crop a year when you can buy land in Florida that will produce 3 and 4
crops each year on the same land, any one of which will bring a greater profit than the- "
one crop you can raise in the North. ' ' ... : ?V
FLORIDA
Local Paragraphs
frnm today ana we
UUOb 11- "
Will see which way the cat jumps.
. .
Officers of the flection snoui
, .come in not later than Saturday and..., furnisnmg a ia.se Ceru..u-
' etftheir poll books, etc. e-s him liable to a fine of fifty dol-
After the election Thanksgiving for each offense.
comes next. " Nurserymen and buyers are re-
comes nexv. .
wasboro sent a delegation ot
uiha .Eastern Star meetiner last
irz&eumi i-
wVfeOwensboro is a live ctty and
jrSpecpleof the best.
. . Tk J rr
1)0 Wot riant lliseabeu new.
fimo fn tnkfi nn trees for
trnnsnlanting. and Kfew suggestions
XI IO li LI v tiutw -
n Wh fruit irrowers
IIJUj UC UllClbU r--
and nurserymen as to the require-
ments of the laws regulating the in-
snection and sale of fruit trees. The
San Jose scale has this year spread
in Kentucky more rapidly than ever
u-r- nnv.nhiv hpommfi of the in-
creased numbers of fruit trees be-
ing panted, many of them secured
from outside the State and in some
L.1!..nJ (.nm niircarvmnn
UClUlCt UlUUUi'V ww
ClSeS It 10 utjiicveu iiuw nun. j
who are not complying with our
liws.
Every non-resmenc nurBerynmu ( Pjcates or most certmcates issueu to
doing buBhes3 in Kentucky is re- f,rm3 0ing lawful business in Ker
quiredbylaw to furnish on each ( tucky are on file in this office, and
package shipped or delivered a copy ' inquiries as to the standing of a firm
of his certificate from an official can generally be answered promptly,
state or government inspector Btat I jj, QARMAN, State Entomologist,
ing that the stock has been found I an(j Entomologist and Botanist of
free from destructive peats, uaii -
ure to furnish such a certificate or
furnishing a false certificate renders
a nurseryman liable to have hia stock
returned or destroyed.
Every Kentucky nurseryman must
i $160 Reward, $100
Tho readers of this paper will bo
5 leased to learn that thero fa at least ono
readud dlsoaso that science has boon
able to cure In all its stages, and that Is
Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only
sosltlvo cure now known to tho medical
Jraternlty. Catarrh bolne a constitutional
ease, requires a constitutional treat
ment. Hall's Catarrh Curo is taken in
ternally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system, there
by destroying tho foundutlon of tho dls-
havo so much faith In Its curative pow
era that they offer One Hundred Pollara
for any case that it falls to cure. Bend
sr list or tesumoniaio. .
old by Mil DniKint8, 7M. A, A,
I lUll's ITttB'Uy l'lua lor coaauvuuuu.
land proposition ever offered we
To-day you can
Lompson, Hopper
J. B.
l. i. ana. a
...
ii :e on eacii wkluku ucu -
written certificate signed by him
a-ing that the stock has been in
ajHcted as required by the law.
r, f..-.-.u mh o f.oriifiinff
. . .
nnraa-a. mat ha written.
.... ... ... ...
vvhicn means mat at leaau t
"""f. mi . . . the hand.
Bnnnrfhle member of
" I wfc v vw" ...
A m ... ji H.,:H.iinfitD
tie nrm. xomeeunerHiu.ic.u.uio
f t. , it ig only ncCessary
fr nnrsorvman to orint on his
-- -v
8 apping tags a copy of the certifi -
n.t Joqup to him and add below it
v- w-
tne following, leaving blanks for
date and signature.
, 19-,
i hereby certify that the con
tntg of this package have been in-
,nanfcri -nA fniind frpf frnm nests aa
OUCWVU UHU I
reqUjred by the Kentucky Law.
. .
( (For Signature.)
i -n -c nt,..lnl.nll v
jiuyura 01 iiurnciy oiutiv ouuum CA j
amine packages and bo sure thutl
' these laws are complied with. Du-(
. the Kentucky Experiment Station.
DR. BEAZLEY
Specialist
(Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat)
Marriage License.-
County Clerk Stowo has issued
raarriaga licenses this week to the
following parties:
W. D, Flvnn and Laura L. Miller,
R, L. Gossett and Mary Ann Greg
ory, Lester Keys and Myrtle Lantrlp.
Children Cry
FOR FLETCHER'S
CASTORIA
mids. T. P. Join son or L. N. Park.
what they tell jou V e tnow this wondeiful tract of lard will please yen.
Get leiidy now and g 'Nov. 5tb.
Our co'ony farms are in the proven districts of Florida favored not
only with Florida's wonderful climate, but close to the beat of water ui.d
rail transportation; near jfood towns, schools, good drainage, good soilf
buy these lands : cheap and on easy terms
AND GET FULL DETAILS.
PIERCE
m ii ni r
, Moil- irnirirba".'
ran muriis.
Thf firgt of November Jams E
Qoopt!r vvj, ,n.lVe into in Mis9
Rprfi hmmp. co-ner of Viruinia and
o i..a .u
"-"(oora dosgd. Persons asked about
ia now hvinfr 0n South. Wanut st Mt gtated that w T Leachi thepr0.
wui move into the house occupied by Pr5etor. said when he closed the
-Mr. Cooper. doors Tuesday night, that he had
f.Mind the business unprofitable and
Robt. S. Green, of the nrm of .. . , na ti,vc Sr i.m
Green & Nourse, has purchased the.
, , .
transferred to Elmer Coat.- on
Eighteenth street. Mr Green will!
mnua mo now homo Tlpvr WPP.K-.
Gus BreaUntt. who purchased
the
Breathitt homestead
when it was
'sold for div.s.on, will occupy same.
; The Arnold cottage, on boutn Main
street, has been leased b Mr. Coates
and he will soon move into it.
J. K. Twymun, who has been con
duc'i"g a p'cer for about two
years in the O Id Fellows' building,
. has vacated the room and moved
I Jtl.
the stock to hia Main s'rett store.
Trie room vacated Mr. Twyman
wi.l be occupied soon by some one
dse.
Smithson & Everitt
J
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
Masked Spooks to Dance, j
The young people will have a Hal-(
lowe'en dance at Hotel Latharn to- j
night, which will be an event out of,
the ordinary. The young ladies will !
assemble in small parties to meet
their escorts and all will be masked
and not until late in the evening will
the masks be removed. All kinds of
ghosts are expected to walk.
Children Cry
FOR FLETCHER jS
CASTOR I A
Hamlett On Stump
Prof, Barksdale Hamlett will be
one of the speakers on the stump at
Madisonvillo Siturday.
Children Cry
FOR FLETCHER'S
CASTORIA
You know these men and can f ely on
ing, oopKsnsiiie
LAND
Incorporated.
CO., Selling Agents.
Meat Shop Closed.
Patrons cf the "Golden Kule"
fresh meat house were surprised y - f -
terday morning when they went to
order tneir aays supply to nna the
Wo hQVe not hs,.rd am thiri, of h5:
file kNew
The Low Down 'NEW IDEA" For 1913
Isnhe Very Latest in Manure Spreading Construction.
Yes, the -NEW IDEA" STILL LEADS. The Low Down "NEW IDEA" has 18 inches clearance un
der the "conveyer," and at that it is only 43 inches to the top of the main sides. Removable extra
top sides permit one to load more than ever before and at the same time does not make the machine
higherHo load. Now is the time to use the "NEW IDEA." Come in and see this spreader and
pulverizer if you want the, best, ' ' :"
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N
OV. 5TH
pure water. Located at Boawick, Florida, on A. C. L. R. Rand St. John's
River, 50 mile South of Jacksonville and 6 milea North of Palatka, in
Putnam County.
BUY YOUR FLORIDA FARM FROM- A COMPANYTTHAT HAS BE
HIND IT MEN OF, THE HIGHEST STANDING men who have made a
succebs in life not promoters, but men of good judgment.
Call at office of
OMPANY,
Gossett-egory.'
J Robt. L Gis3Kft and Miss Mary
1 A ma Gregory were- married at the
! nnm of the bride's unci-, Mr James
C. Chalkley, a few miles sou'.h of the
city, Tuesday ""afternoon. Rev. G
VV. Lyon nerformd the ceremony in
the presence of a &rge assembly of
friends and relatives of the young
people.,
I'iih bride i t daughter of the
late Monroe Gregory and waa reared
neir unurcn run.
Idea" Manure Spreader
&2?V.X vfljjflr t&&tEz mi BiTXP'
Kentucky,
The- groom formerly lived ini
ClarPsville, Tenn., but he is now tu
resident of Montgomery, Ala.
Confederate Vehran Dead
Capt. R. Y. Johnson, of near
Guthrib, died Sunday, aged 75yeara.
Bf you have a house or building ofifo
any kind that you want : moved see
R. C. Lawson or tall Cumberland
phone 685.
jbWUement.
' 4vrtUemaU

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