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HOPKINSVILLE KKNTUCK1AN, OCTOBER 31
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Corrected Oct. 10, 1012.
. KEfAlli OttUCKttY PRIOE8,
Country lard, good color and cleat?
Country bacon. 18c per pound.
Black-eyed peas, $4.50 per bushel.
They.JW'-hneHwc tialion, sSKsi'
$1.25 per bushel
Texas eating onions, $1.50 pel
Red eatinsr onious,$1.60 por buahe
Dried Navy beans, $8.60 pet
iwjii ,'n jriiiini'in iiiiwmmwk I hualiel
Cabbage, 3 cents a pound.
Dried Lima bonns, 10c per pound
Country dried apples, 15c po
Daiav creaw shaoe, 26c W'(
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Fun eraara hrick chaea, 28c P
Pu' cram Lirribprgor chaase, 26c
I - - r I II IKJII 1 . 1 1 I ItHI (111 3Ck WW IV W u w m v
vtKntnut RAt1i attftnded to now. Don't put it on ioi ktfP ra sh Encra 25c tier doz
.Al.Ui If U V w Ma vwva ' - 1 !l : I 1 .
cAoenn Thftv mav Pet. in SUCn conamon nhoica lota fresh, well-worked
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204 SOUTH W3A1M
D E AR D E
Effect Of Om Bottle
Crandall. Tex. "After my last
spell of BickncsV writes Mrp. Belle
Teal, oflthis city, "I remained very
ill, and stayed in baddr'feight weeks.
couldn't Rat up, all mil time, ad
Ihnimh mv doctor cam to se me
evorytday.'he didn't dn tunny jjood.
f had taken but one bottle of Card ui,
vyhon 1 was upj going every wharf.
and ?onn I was doing all my housi -
work." Cardui holp3 whan other
medicines have failed, because it
contains ingredients not ' found in
"rinv other medicine. Pure, safe, re
liable, gentle-actlngCardui is the
tyeal mtidicinal tonic for weak, sick
women. Try ir.
"J C3. - '
n Wiif hfi difficult to repair. Our methods are modern,
PAINLESS EXTRACTING MY SPECIALTY.
x- n-..-i. Eatah. 1902. Both Phones.
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THINK. Of?- U-A n g llc8r D0Undfur
choice lots, live 5j
Fresh country eggs, 18 cents pei
:ountry butter, in pound prints, 30c. J
Lemons. 35: per dozen
Navel Oranges, 30c, 40c,per doz
Bananas, 20c and 25c doz
New York State apples $4 50 to
$5.00 per barrel
Cash Price Paid For Produce.
Dressed hens, 12fcc per pound
Dressed cocks, 7c per pound
live hens, 10c per pound; live cocks
8c pound; live turkeys, 133 per
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 11
Mayapple, 3J; pink root, 12c and 13
Tallow No. I, Ai; No. 2, 4c.
Wool Burry. 10c to I7c; Clear
Grease. 21c. medium, tub washed
23c to 30c; coarse,, dingy, tubwashed
Feathers Prime white gdoso,.50c
dark and mixed old goose, I5c to 30c;
gray mixed, I5c to 30c- white duck.
22c to 35c, new. 'l
Hides and Skins These quotation
are for Kentucky hides. Southern
green hides 8c. We quote assorted
lots dry flint, I2c to I4c. u-iu inet-
You may be cure that it does not
"rain touda and fishes." . The idea
that such is the casa is a pure stiper-
tition. uaubtioss many times im-
lcdlately 'after a bis rain in spring
r'sumnier numbers of "toads," or
Mroglegs, have been Seen hopping
ground, but tney came irom tire
5trth and not from J cloud. Thjj
explanation, is that the young, noiir
dormant frogs aro enlivened by this
big downpour of waters and cauaed
to go scampering in every direction
oyor the fields or streets. You need
not feel at all 'backward in assuring
your friends that they are "away
off" m claiming that the hoppen
"came down from the clouds.
HOW TURNER HAD HIS WAV
Artist Was Great Enough to Give
Proferencc to Picture That a
Rival Had Painted.
tlw lata J. M. W Turner, on ofc
Eftrglruid'a mart. fntnotn urttots,
8rvcd for conic tinn- on the hang
ing couimiltt'c f the Royal academy,
nnd one day when h strode into the
picture room he as frnck by a
picture amf in by an vn known pro
vincial artist of the name of Bird.
Turner took it inty his hands and
examined it this way and that. "A
fino work," ha exclaimed ; "it must
bo hung up and exhibited.
"Impossible," responded tlte oth
cr members of tho committee; "the
walls aro full nnd tho arrangements
cannot be disturbed."
"A fino work," repeated Turner.
"Tt must be hmur Ut and exhibited."
And finding his colleagues to be as
obstinate as hiineelf, he hitched
down one of Irii OWtt pictures and
hunc up Bird'8 in its place. Na
CHAIR BUILT FOR COMFORT
Dr G, P. IsbelL
Veterinary Physician & Surietn
Otfico and Hospital Cor.. 7th and Rait-
Eye, Ear, Nose and Thro?
Tree Tost Made for Glasses
Un ULlri-PbeeflixBulldinir MK1,
Or. R. F, &V9cDaniel,
Prattlee Limited te Ditaia ot
Eyo, Ear, Nose and Throat.
Ofltot In Sumhmm BhIMIbk! near Ccirt'iHonBT
8te 12a. m
X Is 5 p. i
SIGNS OF APPROVAL.
"So you think you will propose
. i . . . in ii
to that young woman r saia ine in
"Yes," replied the cool, calculat
"Do you think, you would be ac
centable to her parents?"
"I am sure of it. They have fre
quently invited me to dinner, and
they invariably have fried chicken
and ice cream.
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for work on new box and
caboose cars, ajso for repair-
ing wood cars. Also ham-
mermen, buckers, reamers
and' fitters on steel car work;
also laborers. .No trouble,
steady work. Apply to
Rflt. Vernon Car Mfg. Co.,
Mt. Vernon, Illinois.
Ildsal Seat to Fit Crowded Room Will
Be Appreolntcd by the limy
For tho crowded, room the follow-
inj? is a description of a per
fectly ideal arm chair which is the
'acme of comfort for a woman to sit
upon. Tho reason why this chair es-
neciallv anneals to women is because
of the hcieht of its seat from the
floor. That detail is tho same as
tho so-called sewing chair which
goes with the low-swing sewing bas
ket or tho cradle, and is well-known
for its comfort. The new chair has
not finitely defined legs, since they
aro bolted in by woven willow work
matching tho material of tho back
and the arms which are of even
height and also bolted-in. The seat
of the chair is also the lid of a box
.which will hold innumerable papers
ior any amount of stockings to' he
mended and so compact as well as
ornamental is this new piece of fur
niture that people who perforce live
in cramped quarters will wish they
owned a specimen of it.
J. B. AHensworth,
Office: Hopper r.uildiag,
Up Stairs, Front Court House .
'Phones Hopkit.Hvllle. Y
FINE BATH ROOMS.
Four First. Class Artists.
FRANK BOYD, Propr.
X Safi, Cfcmtra Biur for Suitmmxd JUmTmuin
trwrn VMmHM Tfl rail H.fal nnl HtvMlr Rvfli
for $1.00 tirr box. Will .end tuera on trial, to bo Pl 1 ftr I
(tLcoriliCTRl. SMnplerrM. If ,ou drugjlit doe. aoa
bmr. them tend Tour order, to tb.
UNITED MEDICAL CO.. POX T. LANCASTER. P.
The only Englteh paper TrobUehed la Xvanevflle
Fame da it Is printed.
get bv mall the
Job Printing at This Office.
Fresh country butter 20c lb.
A. cood demand exists for spring
chickens, and choice iota of fresb
Hay and Grain.
Choice timothy hay, $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 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,
CASTOR I A
Por Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Soldn HoplIoivHJ by Ihe Atiitrsci-Fovltr Drug Co
Low Rate of Interest
We are in position to make
loans on improved farm lands
in Christian county, in any
sum,,,$3,O0Q or over, on short
notice. Your note will read
to be; repaid at the end of
ten,years, with the privilege,
of paying $100 or more at
the end of the first year and
on any interest period thereafter.
Mi M. GRAVES & SOW,
TRENTON, KY. ,
FATAL TEDDY BEAR.
A tragedy of a teddy bear that
cauffht scarlet fever, and had to be
destroved is told in the nnnual re
port of an - Edmonton, Middlesex,
Ensrland. medical officer. "A child
taken with,the disease at Totten
ham." he srivs. "was treated at St
Ann's Fever hospital for seven weeks
and then sent home to .No. 1 A-roau
On her return on June 26 a boy at
No. 5 forthwith became her play
mate, and shared tho joy of hugging
and kissinsr a hiico teddy bear with
which the first child had been pre
sented 'before' the attack of scarlet
fever. On the fourth day the boy
at No. 5 succumbed. On August lG
a girl cousin at No. 15, who had
slept two or three nights with the
No. 1 child and the teddy bear, was
attacked by scarlet fever. The
teddy bear, which had escaped disin
fection, was present at every phase
of the story, and was at length only
committed, to tho flames under protest."
Both Phonos. 312 S. Main St.
SATURDAY,; NOV. 2.
Ordars for the Winter's Supply of Coke ar Now Coming
In and XW Wis Thing to Do is to Place Your Order
Now and Avoid tha Dalay Incident to tha Rush of Coke
Orders Always Sura to Coma With the First Cold Snap.
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"I do my best," said Mr. Clum
zie, "to -scatter sunshine and encour-
atre a spirit of patience and cheer
fulness, but somehow I always gc
"What has happened ?"
"I met a friend who looked a Jit
tie cloomy. so I said to him, 'Cheer
i up! Notliinc is ns had as it might
be, every cloud has n silver lining
and you only make trouble worse by
thinking about it.7 "
"Didn't ho respond?"
"No. Ho simnlv said. 'Don'
bother me. I've got tho toothache.' v
"Why do you want this man par
ticularly to canvass ior the new or
Because ho has tho rcpiitatior
o;.being such a spellbinder."
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