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A BURNING SUBJECT!
THERE ISA HOGWALLOW
PAPER PUBLISHED WEEKLY
WE ARE THE PEOPLE WHO
"With Coal Should Fill Your Bin
Before Cold Weather Settles In.
THE COAL WE SELL IS THE
BEST THAT'S MINED, AND
THAT YOU KNOW IS THE
FILL UP YOUR BINS.
PAUL WIN IS
Office antf Yards 7th & Railroad Sta,
Homo Phone 1344, Cumb. Phono 168.
a New Leaf
for THIS PAPER
It Is Pttbikfad Every Saturday
Niht At MayfeW, Ky., And
Circulates In Nearly All
Many people who read the funny
lot of paragraphs headed "Hogwa
low .News," in various papers, are
not aware of the fact that there la
rel live publication called the Hog'
wallow Kcnluckian, for which those
paragraphs are written each week
But there is such a paper, and it
published at May field, Ky. Its edi
tor is called Dunk Botts. It has
great big and growing subscription
list. Each issue is eight pagesjn
size, with an illustrated cover page
There are also many pictures of the
Hogwallow folks and their homes
The Hogwallow Kentuckian is the
only humorous paper of its kind
the United States. It attracts at
tention wherever it goes. Some of
the London papers, and others pub
lished in Australia have clipped the
Hogwallow News Items. Now, you
ought to become a subscriber to the
Kentuckian. It is mailed anywhere
every week ior. one dollar a year.
You might try it three months for a
quarter. The publisher announces
that he has a large.number of Books
ot dock iNumoers, neatly bound,
that will be mailed postage paid for
25c a copy. These Books contain
twelve of the best back issues of the
Kentuckian. In writing address
your orders to the Hogwallow Ken
uckian, Mayfield, Ky.
Mr. and Mrs. Boone Embry, of
Dade City, Fla., are visiting the
amily of Mr. W. A. Adcoqk, near
' Oak Grove,
CITY BANK XRUST CO.
&0U3fflg iiAPii'ALsrOGKSGu.onnnn T AKinMVRan
ii il nun j
WE INVITE OU
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.
C. O. Wrwfct.t C. Bad-
ford,;B. B. Rk $t T, Wmfaj
ttoMg have return from a vWt to
M. M. Fuciua. of CaHforafc, it
here on visit to hia brother, Mr.' W,
W. Fuqua, after an abeew'e i&otit
Mra. T. T. Watson has returned
from a visit to Central Kentweky.
Mrs. M. G. Rust Is viaitin 'rela
tives near Trenton.
Miss Olive Johnson, for mny years
with the Planters Bank and Trust
Co.. has gone to Louisville and ac
cepted a position with a commercial
J. F. Bible, wht went to Texas to
look after the interest of the Mogul
Wagon Works, came home Monday,
Mrs. Sid N. West is attending the
Synod of the Cumberland Presby
terian at Greenville.
Mrs. Lucy McGowan, of Louis
ville, who has been visiting her sis
ter, Mrs. Annie L, btariing, will re
turn home to"day.
iiaray uaaaen, ot Memphis, is
visiting his parents. .
DESIGNS FOR THE NURSERY
Decorations Man Mothers Like to
Make, and They Are Not "Hard
to Accomplish. '
W. T, TANDY. President.
JNO. B. TRICE, Vice Prest.
IRA L. SMITH, Cashier,
J.A. BROWNING, JR., Asst.Cash.
3 PER CENT. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS
Decorations . for the. nursery are'
how the fad of the modern. mother,
who often prefers to execute; her
j i . r" ,
own designs in oraer to express ner
individual taste upon her little ones.
TTT1 1 . t H r m t
wnai are caueq "iiio motur' or
studies from nature are at present
popular designs for decoration and
can easily be achieved.
Take a single Jareeaheet of water
color paper and on this paste a va
riety of cut out white paper animals
which are to serve as a frieze. At
regular intervals of twelve inches
paste one of these animals, s dog,
cat, squirrel, kangaroo or any kind
,of bird. All these must bo cut out
of white paper, though a. little 'va
riety is afforded by giving yellow
bills and red feet to the' chickens.
The walls ""above i and belotf'this
ineze of white animals mav1 beL
painted in tan color and $5 serve" aal
Zg!l background fc the decora-J
TreeaLfor the motifs are al?ex-
eefientad imouIf Te conventional
in ehjipe modeled something on fee
linis of the Noah's ark' typo. Both
large and email are cut ouTol White
paper,, and cdlored fel&ecSlveTy darji;
igreen ana yeuow ana crimson, 'jlwo
igreen trees, arranged side by side,
imay be alternated by red and yellow,
and thus give a charming effect.
The "bird" motif in the brilliant
colors of every gay hued parrot,
robin redbreast, bird of paradise,
etc., is also highly effective on
background of gray cartridge paper
and - invariably please a nursery 0
PUT AID F0A RAW DAYS
Hewn for Im Mwtfmr of liter-
Aftt4AwM M1 nil la a Hhmi 1
pionorcd intittithn, bnt mi of door
,ontr many other attraction, to w
improved on tk Urn, '
A' box was made, about nine inch-,
es high, and in other dlmeiwioMr
luit a little smaller than the nursery
bed. It was fitted with casters,
lined with a pale green oilcloth, and
a box pleating of green denim was
put around the outside with braas-t
headed tacks. Next a barrelful of
fine white sand was put in and the
Btormy day problem was solved.
Tne little maid, lees than a year,
old when the box was first intr
duced, was perfectly safe, and sh
never seemed to tire of its endless
attractions. Nearly all her toys wera.
kept there; old playing cards would
stand tip in the sand to form houses
and fences ; trains of cars had much
business to transact, and many hours
Xere spent just ladling the sand into
a big thick bottle with an old tin
spoon,- and pouring it outv again.
wnen not in use tna box was
Tolled under the bed, where it was
concealed beneath the valances.
; The little occupant was taught)
jfrom the first that ncTsand was"tdga
km the floor, and we never had the
least trouble, ejen after the lit!
aisfercame to share fliebox a ?!
;years later. Indeed, it proved th'a
cleanest, safest and best device thai
lever was invented for keeping ths
1 II JlVW JONCS
VOb TOR SAlU
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
HOPKINSVILLE - - - KENTUCKY.
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY
Only National Sank In This Community
Stockholders' Liability 75,000.00
ISSUES TRAVELER'S CHECKS GOOD IN ALL PARTS
OF THE WORLD.
HAS A REG U.LAR SAVINGS 0EPARTMEN1
Three Per Cent Interesi Paid on Savincs snd Time Deposits
Chinese Business Methods." .
Most of the Chinese business
houses are now owned by partner
ships, and moat partnerships are of a
large number of persons. The Chinese
who baa saved $100 local currency
will at once Invest It In a mercantile
business and become a partrw.
COOK'S DRUfi STORE
THE COLDEST SODA
f HE PUREST DRUGS
THE SWEETEST CANDY
Come to See Us We
Want Your Business.
THEY ARE FINE!
W. T. Cooper & Co
Cor. Ninth and Main Sts.
GOTO THE OLD RELIABLE
M. D. KELLY
to huveyuur eey junii.ti .
tilted with correct lf.um-r ; rt.0o
your fine watch honestiv and
intelligently repaired, Is al
ways up to date with the best
instruments and methods, Over
30 years an optician and jewler,
25 Years a graduate Op
tometrist. No. 8 North Main Street,
Opp. Court House.
he Business la'n I -wonder il
J got it all down on me advertise
SMS AND DRESS GOODS
New and Up-to-Date Line of 36
Inch Fancy and Plain Silks. .
42 Inch Silks for Earning Suits; pretty line
in Fancy and Plain Colors.
Corduroy, Velvet Cords and Plain Velvets.
Big assortment Wool Dress Goods in the new weave
and shades. Also pretty line of Drew
. Trimmings. " '
; NeW Suits and Cloaks.
To one and all be sure you make a call.
T. M. JONES,
Window Glas and Putty. Perfection" Oil Heaters?
See Our Steel Traps. They Will Hold Them,
Now is Trapping Tiirie-
TOOLS OF ALL KINDS 1
I 1. l.illH
! There weire mgfTtela'ves in all ol
the 13 states tit the time of the
adoption o$ the Constitution, the
numbefr being distributed as fol
New Hampshire, 158; Vermont,
,17; Ehode Island, 952; Connecticut,"
2,759; New York, 21,324; New Jer
sey, 11,428; Pennsylvania, 3,373 j
.Delaware, 5,887; Jfaryland, 103,
I.08G; Virginia, 293,427; Nortb
; Carolina, 100,572; South Carolina)
107,097; Georgia, 29,264. At the
same time there were in Tennessee
3,417, and in Kentucky 11,830, gly-
;ing a total of 697,897 negro slaves,
with a total population of 3,929,214
Griggins w'ears spectacles that
hook over his ears. .
"I have to keep lengthening them
out," ho complained, "to prevent
their interfering with my eyelashes.
1 suppose my eyelashes are growing
"No," said Higgins, after study
ing the problem amoment. , 'It isn't
tliatyour enrage growing larger.'
Bowler All -ready for the bowl
ing season ! I thought you were go
ing to make extensive improvement
in the alleys this summer? I don't
Proprietor Great Scott, man, tha
alleys will bV fully six and a half
nches closer to the bar than the;
were Inst year ! Puck.
NOTHING 80 CRUDE AS THAT.
"I hear you aro going to pump
out that cold mine of vours and "
"You have been misinformed, sir.
we are. not coimr to do so common
placo and unprofessional a thing as
'pump it out;' 'we are going to un-
ITe (delightedly) Have you real
iy and truly never been engaged be
fore t i
SheNever: that is, not in the
Coal Vases, Coal Hods Shovels, Pokers and Tong3'J()
Make Our Store Your Headquarters,
PLANTERS HARDWARE CO.
How Dayl'ght Got Into The Snbwav
Aik Ui To Tell You How It W. Done With
THE QUAIilTY LAMP
GIVES MM ?DY
THREE TIMES lyMU ONE FOR
THE LIGHT MlN EVERY SOCKET
THE SAME EVERY
cost Itg room-
BLACK HARDWARE CO.
With ample working capital, exceptional collection arrange
ments, and a thoroughly organized ofke ay item this bank
kas the ability and disposition to extend to its customers
irery facility warranted by safe, constrration banking.
Three per cent interest on Time Certificates of
BANK OF HOPKINSVILLE
Nat Gaither, President J, E. McPherson, Cashier;
h .Li Mcrnerson, Asst. Cashier.