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HOPKINSTILUE KKNTOCHAN, NOVEMBER 2
I Have Consolidated
My Two Stores
And: now Have the Most Complete Stock 6i JFancy and
Staple' Groceries in Irie City. Give me a call when
. fin need .of aii'y thing in the grocery line,
guarantee satisfaction Free
J . K . TWYMAN
204 SOUTH MAIN J
1 :v" , .11' 4 . .
i&Mf$kitijy VSok- '
Have your teeth attended to now. Don't put it off fof
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. FEIR STEIN
Next to Court House., Estab. 1902 Both Phones
V. L. GATES. ,
GATES & BRACKROGGE,
(Successors to E, H. Williams)
108 South Main Street, "Opera House Buildini
BAR and RESTAURANT
AND LUNCH ROOM.
Our place has been remodeled and we guarantee the beat
j of service. We especially have some fine Wines and
Liquors for medicinal purposes. Prompt delivery to anj,
part of the city.
GATES & BRACKROGGE.
Cumb. Phone 315.
McClaid & Armstrong
GRANITE AND MARBLE MONUMENTS,
CUT STONE, ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WORK.
Marble Yards and Office N. Main Street, Between 1st and 2nd Sts.
CEMENT MIND LI VIE EOF SALE
Cumb. Telephone 490. Hopkinsville, Kentucky.
Butter, Eggs, Hens, Spring Chickens,
, Turkeys, Ducks and Geese, ,
Cow Hides and Sheep Pelts.
Get Our Prices Before Selling.
. 26 Home.
The HAYDON PRODUCE CO.
HERBERT L. HAYDON, Manager
E. W. BRACKROGGE 1
Home Phone 116i
And will pay high
est cash prices for
Orders for the Winter's Supply of Coke are U&yv Coming
In and the Wise Thing to Do' is to Place Your Order
Now and Avoid the Delay Incident to the Rush of Coke
Orders Always Sure to Come With the First Cold Snap.
PUBLIC SERVICE CO.
Hopkinsville Market I
Corrected Oct. 10, 1912.
Retail Grocery Prices.
Country lard, good color and clean
16c per pound;
Country bacon, 18c per pound.
Black-eyed peas, $4.50 per bushel.
Country shoulders, 16c per pound.
Country hams, 25c per pound.
Irish potatoes, $1.25 per bushel..
Northern eating Rural ootatoes
$1.25 per bushel .
Texas eating onions, $1 60 pei
Red eating onioas,$1.50 per busho'
Dried Navy beans, $3.60 pei
Cabbage, 3 cents 8 pound.
Dried Lima benns, 10c per poaua
Country dried apples, 15c pd
Daisy cream cheese, 25c nw
FuM cream brick cheese, 25c pc
Fu t cream Limbprger cheese, 25f
' ,Popcorn,dried on ear,2c per pound
Fresh ga 25c per doz
Choice lots fresh, well-worked
sountrv butter, in pound prints, 30c.
Lemons. 35': per dozen
Navel Oranges, 30c, 40c,per doz
Bananas, 20c and 25c doz
New York State apples $4 50 o
$5.00 per barrel
Cash Price Paid For Produce.
Dressed hensfcc per pound
Dressed cocks, 7c per pound
live hens, 10c per pound; live cockB
3c pound; live turkeys, 132 pe
Roots, Hides, Wool and Tallow.
Prices paid by wholesale dealers tc
butchers and fanners:
Roots Southern ginseng, $5.75 lb
"Golden Seal" yellow root, $1.35 11
Mayapple, 3i; pink root, 12c and 13.
Tallow No. I, 4i; No. 2, 4c.
Wool Burry, 10c to I7c; Clear
Grease, 21c. medium, tub washed
23c to 30c; coarse, dingy, tubwashed
Feathers 'Prime white goose, 50c
dark and mixed old goose, I5c to 30c;
gray mixed, I5c to SOc white duck.
22c to 35c, new.
Hides and Skins These auotation
are for Kentucky hides. Southern
green hides 8c. We quote assorted
lots dry flint, I2c to I4c. 9-10 , bet
Dressed geese, 11c per pound for
choice lots, live 5$
Fresh country eggs, 18 cents vet
Fresh country butter 20c lb
A good demand exists for spring,
chickens, and choice lots of freabj
Hay and Grain.
Choice timothy bay, $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
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have1 Always Bought
Worth Weight in Gold.
Abingdm, Va Mrs. Jennie M -Call,
of this place, says, "1 hnd been
troubled With female ompl lints, for
over ten years. I could not walk or
stand on my feet, and had been al
most confined, fo th" hnu3.", for a
lonff time. I began io take Cardul,
the woman's tonic, and no ft I can
walk anywhere I want to go. Car
dui is worth its weight in go d "
This 'a a high estirnate on a plain,
herb medicine, yet there are thou -ands
of women who would gladly
pay this price for a remedy to re
lieve their suffering. Cardui has
helped others Why not you? Try it
Your druggist sels it, in $1 bottler
A I vcrtlecmont,
KO XTooD V 1
The man with the billiard ball pntc
For bow's the time of year
WTien flies are fading fast away
And burlesque shows appear.
The finest line, of sample eve
seen in Hopkinsville, from the Col
lins Mfg. Co. of Philadelphia, can be
seen at the Kentuckian office. Come
in and see them. We can olease sou.
no matter what style on want for
for work on new box and
caboose cars, also for repair
ing wood cars. Also ham
mermen, buckerS, reamers,
and fitters on steel car work; e ,paas 7 cenis f A' ,
. . Head guards and shin guards also
aiSO laborers. NO trouble, are. worn by many players to pro-
csrpflrlv work Ar.nlir f-n ,'tect, those exposed anatomical sec
bteduy wont. Apply to t,a Head BUard8 vary from ?150
, i . n mm r ,v ' to $3 and $5; shin guards from 40
hit. vernGsi oar isjtg. oo.
Mt. Vernon, Illinois, v ;
Low Rate of Interest
We are in position to make
loans on improved farm lands
in Christian county, in any
sum, $3,000 or over, onhort
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 there
after. 11 M f fcfttU
m M, UnrtVUO O UlV, I
SATURDAY, NOV. 2.
TherNew York Astor Thea
A Keal Comedy Gem in
Prices 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c
and $1 .00.
By WALTER H. ECKER8ALL.
Former BinrqunrteAa'ck University
of Chicago tonm, nbA'Wmber for
three successive yc ira of the All
American eleven. , '
COST OF EQUIffiNG ELEVENS.
An export In
tho sporting goods-,
Unarket was asked
how much Is spent
In outfitting foot
ball players in tlio
United States dur
ing tho three or
four months that
tho season lasts.
"At a conserva
tive estimate," re
plied tho expert,
"I should say that
bill for football
run far abovo tho
million dollar mark."
Lot us go over tho outfitting piece-
meal erf three grades of players thq
one wno is buying as economically aa
ho qui, tho one who spending modor
ately, and tho one who is buying tho
, best Excludo altogether from calcu
lation thoso finicky players whose
'nntflbers are by no means small who
.hava suits, shoes, and guards made
Jjff order. I havo known players whoso
Ttrousers have cost them $15, shoe?
$10, and so on.
The first item in a football player's,
outfit is his trousers. A pair of theso
made of white drill and padded can
bo bought for 85 cents. But it will bo
t an exceptional player who will buy
( them. The usual kind are thoso that
, cost $2.50. If mado of moleskin tho
I prico is increased to $4 and $5.
Tho vest is not so much used as for
merly, particularly by college teams.
I This is not a big item, however, run
ning from tho cheapest, at 40 cents, up
to a specially reinforced one that
Tho jerseys, which are necessary to
all football players, range in price
from $1.50 to $3. Tho sweater,
,bn,,c.i, ao'wnm wnm thn .rHirnn
but drawn on tho moment the over
heated player leaves tho field, Ib re
garded as being as necessary as the
jersey. Sweaters vary in price from
$2.50 to $4 and $6.
While some players use ordinary
stout shoes, the great majority get spe
cial football shoes, which range in
.cost from $4 to $7.50. Stockings cost
from CO cents to $1.75 per pair.
Theso items complete tho actual
football suit, but there are a number
of guards that aro considered almost
an Integral part of the outfit. There
1b scarely a gridiron player that does
1 not protect his shoulders and elbows
with these heavy leather covered pads
of felt A pair of shoulder guards
-costs 60 cents, ?1, or $2.50; a pair of
pents to $1.50 and $2
Then there are ankle braces which
cost 50 cents a pair and nose masks
$1.50 each. Add these Items up and
you will bo surprised what a football
outfit costs. Figuring on the lowest
priced basis and allowing nothing for
shoes, nose masks, or ankle braces,
you get a total of $8.75. But the play
ers who do not have special shoes and
whose trousers have not cost more
than 85 cents or their sweaters more
than $2.50 form a small, almost neg
The player "who purchases the me
dium priced articles and who provides
himself with all those enumerated,
with tho exception of the nose mask,
will find that It subtracts $21.75 from
his pocketbook; while the man who
buys tho highest priced articles that
aro regularly catalogued will pay
A conservative estimate of the aver
age price paid throughout the United
States by high school and . private
academy boys and by college men
would be about $15.
Football has been taken up by the
navy with great enthusiasm, and there
is great rivalry among the crews ol
the various ships as to which one can
turn outHho best team.
Tho army sometime ago unofllcially
followed the lead of the navy. At the
various army posts throughout the
country there are about 1,000 play
Tho totals may be summarized a
Collogo players. 17,72(
IIIrIi sell oo I and academy play era... 40. CKX
Town and athletic club pla'ycrs 3.0CK
Army and navy playors 1,7(X
Total players 62.2K
Now, if tho averago cost of each
football outfit is $15, it makes a total
coat, of $930,300.
Allowing the usual male preponder
ance shown by tho consus, wo hava
about 9,000.000 primary and grammai
school boys. Remembering the dis
trict schools of tho backwoods, whore
nono of tho pupils play football, and
tho private school, where a majority
of tho scholars play the game, wo may
say that there aro among theso young
sters about 185,000, or 2 per cent, out
of the 9,000,000.
There are sporting goods Arms who
make a business of catering to the kid
trade. A number of those firms ad
vertlae prices of theso 180,000 suits,
tho total bill which tho United States
pays for Its football Is brought up to
tho tidy sum of $1,296,300. ,
(Copyright, 1912, by Universal Press Syn
Dr G, P. Isboll.
Veterinary Physician Surgeon
Ufice and Hospital Cor.,7!h and rail
road. Both 'Phones"
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throf
Tree Tost Made for Glasses
Up talrs-rhotnlx Building MIr :
Or. F. McDanfol,
Practice Limited to Disease ol
Eye, Ear, Nose and fhrdat.
Office In Summers Building near CourCHoosc
SHONeJ: (Cumb. Home. ORIcellour:
Omca 918 1210 8toil2a. n
Reildence..210 1140 2 to 6 p. m
J. B. Allensworth,
Office: Hopper Buildinjr,
Up Stairs, Front Court House.
Phonos HopkinavlHe, Ky
FINE BATH ROOMS.
Four First Class Artists.
FRANK BOYD, Propr.
Hfl FRENCH FEMALE
X Sire, Ccht.in Itiut t tar Scrrussss Menstruation.
NEVER KNOWN TO FAIL. S'fct Sure! Srwin str
faction Uuartntced or locey Kefunded. Kent, prrpud
for f 1.00 wr box. Will send them on trial. to b. ttold for
irhen reUered. Sample, Free. Ifjouxdru?glil do not
care inem tena your oraeri to me
UNITED MEDICAL CO., BOUT. LANCASTER. PA.
Sofd Hopktasvtllt by Iht Andtrsci-Fonler Drug Co.
Both Phones. 312 S. Main St.
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