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HOPKINSV!LLE KENTOCMAN, NOVEMBER 2
"3EKECUTOR under wills.
ADMINISTRATOR without a will
i or with the will annexed.
UARDIAN of a minor or incapable
TJERUSTEB to execute trusts or hold.
i funds impartially.
USTEE FOR BOND ISSUES.
TWILLS cared for and filed without
JotJonfidentlal discussion of any 6f
' these matters ia invited without
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t bBligation orcnarf3(
aaawm a mwt trTimfit tTJT.M Vf i ' TirJaiiMM aLj
Does; that word describe your Kitchen -jare? Id istiiterally true of
Aluminum Cooking Utensils
Which Bear the "Wear-Ever" Trade Mark,
r GO TO THE OID RELIABLE
: M. D, KELLY i 5
7 to haveyour eyes examined and
i fitted with correct glasses; also
f your fine watch honestly and
1 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.
See That Curve?
wear the old Flat Lens when you
can net our new
WIDE ANCLE LENSES?
Can't you see thut this lens crives
you a much wider vision?
If you have Flat lpnpes and are
satisfied We can duplicate them it,
to this new lens wi hout examin
ing the eyes.
No Waiting. Can deliver glass
same day order is Ipft. Come in
and let us explain why this lens id
S.H. HORNER, Optometrist
R. C. HARD WICK,
Manuf'g. Jeweler and Optician.
No rusting, no chipping, no scaling, no seams or solder,
no loss of utensils by burning, ttocoiitirmai buying more
"cheap" kitchen jwarete ivtd that costs tue most itt
the end. v '
Replace utensils that wear out with utensils that "Wear-Ever." At the' Stoye and
China Department of
CUMB. PHONE 478.
HOME PHONE 1381.
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c cook's mm btOR&
T THE COLDEST SODA
1 THE PUREST DRUGS
r THE SWEETEST CANDY
Coma to See Us Wo
Want Your Business.
If You W'aet Something
Nothing, Here's Your
In these days of High Living-, it behooves us all to be
on the lookout for money-saving propositions. The Ken-
tuckian.has arranged with a Celebrated premium house,
for a lin&of high class subscription-premiums and for a
short time only is prepared" open a B COUNT
ER that will. make every housecepar sit up and. take no
tice. Here are -the articles that you can get absolutely
FREE by paying 'your subscription a year ahead,' or by:
taking the paper if drejnoi-ajrpady a subscriber;.-.:'
KINGFISHER A POWERFUL BIRD
C jr. Ninth and Main Stf
OVER 66 YEARS
1 Half Dozen Tea Spoons.
2. Carving Knifejand Fork
3. Midget Kitchen Set,' 3 piece"
4. Patent Tension Spring ScL-sors.
5 Sanitary Paring Knife
6 One Hand Es Beater and
Samples of thes? irooris can "tv
seen at. the Kentuckian office nn(i M
see them is 10 want
days every cash subscriber for Kitf
year will be given cither opp of "tn
premiums numbered 1 and 2 or' nnv
two of those numbered 3 4, 5 ana1 6'
upon payment of $2. Subscribers
whose times are not yet out, 1 may
take advantage of this proportion'
by paying a year from date fv,en
piraMon of their subscriptions
Premium No. 1 - One Set of 6 Tefi.
Spoons. The dpigti is h brand nnw
pattern, of fine st le and good graded
carrying a heavy plute nf pure' Sil
ver on a Nickel base. French Greyi
finish. Free with one year's sub
wi ilBi' I
.4 Mi llet Khrlip"
rfckffl w b x 2 Paring Knive-
ipm-d s el b!t.us ind rn
n'if'i iUrdj van Upei er with, tent
pW cutttr, waterproof handles or
al'. A dandy hitfh trade premium.
'Tremium No. 4 Patent Tensio;"
S;v4ng ScL-sora 8 .nch s:z , guarRn
ti for i wo earn, the btst 'preii!-
thfm. ForSO id"" hfr on dip marker, i-ae
Ji.j .....1 .... .. 1...2.
3l.' t!d have a pair.
1'iemiuni N-.. 5. Sanitary Pfhv
Erf , so id ajuminutn handles. This
kv.'v is 65 i;hea lorig, blade of fx
trn qnaliu crucible steel, grqund b
iiwut on gritstones under w'atw
nM - .it tempted, insuring a flexib'e
ib -t w hi 1 1 Us enVe'Mrjdtffi 1
utt!y. The.alqminum handlo is' cat
scVJ'.v luid-vpcninsiv to rhn tKd ,
ifv.vunr iurKBtftevi(H to hnid . i: 1
tind n uidiH pruolfcukt';
!Ni. 0 I'h.. Out.
scription at $2. 'm Mnfr, u ptrfe t E,rg tf.in
Premium No. 2 CocQboloCaips: Q (iitc& M-v nmt- V1i
sef, consisting of a carver" 13 JnchesTo'tiAr' dl'jirjh orcmv tn nt v.-.
long,"9 inch blade, and pot rok -I2f w iv; Ji- ri& ' - v hu -tkifi'b
Turtle's Shell More Than One-Eighth
of an Inch Thick Was Pierced
by the Beak.
"Tou'd be surprised to know how
birds"-of prey hover ,pver the hatch
ery gtounds of the millions of young
fish hatched there' said Jeremiah
Berkhaus, superintendent of the
Pennsylvania state, hatchery. "There
are half a dozen epegies of aerial pi
rates, but about the worst are king
fishers. ' I Jcnewythat the kingfish- j
ers could strike a fish a terrific blow :
with its beak,."but I was really sur- 1
prised to learn just how terrific tho i
mow was. a - iew clays, ago 1 saw
one of these, birds .resting tjn. a- 50-
jfoot'rree over one of the jiools of
4hc hnrchery, but before !" could got
my gun to shoot it, it made a dive I
into the pond and a moment later
arose with a large mud turtle. The
bird slowly winged its way to the
tree, but before it reached its rest
ing place I shot it. Ii fell to the
ground with tho turtle. I examinee"
the' turtle and where the beak 0
thbkingfisher had struck it. I found
a small round hole which the point
01-its v beak had broken through
Measuring the thickness of the tur
tle's shell I found, that it was a
tie more than one-eighth of an inch
and hard and bonv. A kingfisher
will eat f wenty or thirty good-sized
fish a day, so you can see they are
wij wish uuiiy;; jjuiu iieron, 011-
tcrn and fish Jiawks are especially
destructive to the young trout and
young fish. Thavo shot many of
im-se uirus nnu am compoiica to go
uiounu wiiu a snorgun almost con
Window Glass and Putty.
See Our bteel Traps. They
N,ow is Trapping Time.
Perfection Oil Heatexg.
r Will Tl f
II 1U JLJl.l J llfll .
TWO SIDES TO IT.
inches long. These tire fiotnelhinp
worth while, bludey of cru jible steel:
hand ground under wptcr awPSjiK
tempered, thun sncuring fifl-Sttt'o-j
blade that will hold itseriirs hHrull-,
firet quality cocf.bolo Becurety rivei-
ed with brass livaw. These gotnlg
ell at high prices find are i,fro
nnough to use in anybody's ifjrr.ui
Free with one year's sub criptioi'i at
Anroae m4ing iketrb and deioHptton may
Diwn Hunn a. i
totcUA notiet, without fcwf , la ta
qulcklr ucarulu our opinion Ute whotlier an
I'tteuu taken tliro
liivAfitlon ii Drobablr DAtcntah
tloimtrlctlrconddentlal H1NDMAK on
tent (roe. Oldeat asencr f6f ecuririg jai
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These Offers Good Till November 5.
STRIKE WHILE THE IRON IS HOT.
Job Printing This Office.
Horan Well, 'tis too bad that
none av us kin iver bo as good as
some people think wo shVd be.
Doran -Aye, but 'tis consolin' to
think that none av us kin ver be as
bad a some people think we are.
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boa! Vasas, Coal Hods, Shovels. , Poltelsaf antf Tontri.
Make Our Store Your Headquarters.
PLANTERS HARD WARE CO.
I hi CO RPU RATED.
"' llaWiWlll(aiJrtlPPi aaaillta Ik. iMkXI MaV4MataM
THEY ARE FINE!
W. T. Cooper & C.
DR. R. L. BRADLEY T'sull diseases of domesticated
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist wta,i,denUfllyMdprfowlidi
ODeratior a Itnnu-n f ., s
Office. Infirmary and Shoeinir For y
8th. bet. Main and Water Sts. profusion. Spt-c al atteHttnn
Office Phone,211. t iL L .
Night Piwne, 127. ivwmoemgQi florwe with dig.
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