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title: 'Hopkinsville Kentuckian. (Hopkinsville, Ky.) 1889-1918, November 16, 1912, Image 7',
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kiUrjClNSVILLfc KiTUCKIAN, NOVEMBER 18
Py Two Stores
WOMAN IS TO BE
And riowlbave the Most Complete Stock of .Fancy and
1$' tapiS&pdceriea in' th City. Give me a'call';when' .. '
7in need of anything in the ffrocer.ljhe:
I guarantee satisfaction. . ree-;
204 SOUTH MAIN:
Corrected Nov. 16, 1912.
Retail Grocery Prices.
Country lard, good color and clean
lGc per pound.
Country bacon, 18c per pound.
Black-eyed peas, $4.50 per bushel.
Country shoulders, 15c per pound.
Country hams, 22c per pound.
Irish potatoes, $1.20 per bushel.
Northern eating Rural Dotatoes
$1.20 per bushel
Texas eating onions, $1.50 pel
r i . . . . . . .
Red eating omonB,$l.oU per buunei
Dried . Navy beans $3.60 pei
Cabbage, 2i cents a pound.
nHprl T,imn henna. 10c ner nounn
Country dried apples, 10c pe'r
Daisy cream cheese, 25c nor
Fuji cream brick cheese, 25c poi
Fu' cream Limberger cheese, 25c
DR. ANNA LOUISE STRONG, EX
DPRlPNr.FD WORKER. TO HAVE
i Li a nr rr ne rVUinlT
'V". ... t 1. n. r, ft 4nr Popcorn.dried on ear,2c per pound
Vfarr ttaW 4-AAtVi flrtflnned tO nOW. JJOI1 t DUt It Oil
URfv.rvui fcww " " . - . . . . I X'lCOU jDKKa OUU UCL uiu
more cbhyenient season. They may get in sucn conauwu Choice lotg fregh well.worked
8S Will be difficult to repair. UUr metnoas arc muuu. C0Untrv butter, in pound prints, 30c.
T", . t-1 I
rnces reasuuauie. uhuits.
PAINLESS EXTRACTING MY SPECIALTY. Lemons. 30 per dozen
Navel Oranges, 30c, 40c,per doz
Bananas, 20c and 25c doz
. . "-it- n i i i rr i rr
xt. rv nm,00 Rstfth. 15)02. Bom f nonea "lto uu fcU
XICAIl IVI uuuuu. I . 1 l
Si.uu per uauci
I PaU Dmiaa Diirl fTni Drnrliiori
. . I uaau I I luw I uiu i ui i tuuuub.
V. L. GATES. b. w. iiBauu,. poultry.
Dressed hens, 12Jc per pound
Dressed cocks, 7c per pound
Cttanaaanya tn R IT WlllintYIS I l!nn dona Iflo nor nntinfl llUO fnflfft
108 South Wain Street, Opera House Building,. pouhd; live turkeys. 133 per
BAR and RESTAURANT
Roots, Hides, Wool and Tallow
Prices paid by wholesale dealers tc
AND LUNCH ROOM. butchers and farmers:
, , Roots soutnern ginseng, $o.yo id
of service. We especially have some fine Wines and Mayappie, 3J; pk root. 12c and la
LiiaUOxS IOr meaiUlIial puinuacD. xiumwu uciusij v ibuow iu. i, jliu. it.
t . n. . ' ;i
part 01 ine ciuy.
GATES & BRACKROGGE.
n,mi, PhnnoaiR Home Phone lift-
, Li. jiXjd. "
GATES & BRACKROGGE,
TO PORTRAY CONDITIONS
Many Deaths Among Kentucky Chil
dren Could be Prevented rnis
will be an Important Subject
Before the Conference.
Tho scopd of tho Kentucky Child
tTfrtl'n rr flitifarnniin ntlll TJlrhlUIt lit
LouiBVlllo, November 21-30 Is limited
only by tho conditions surrounding
Child life. Dr. Anna Louise Strong,
a young Tfoman In nor early twenties,
la' the Director of the Exhibit.. Dr
Stronc Is a Ph. D. from the University
of Chicago and has directed the Child
Welfare Exhibits in New y one, um-
,cago, Kansas City and Montreal and
la the most notable figure In America
In this work. Under her supervision
nearly $100,000 was spent In prepar
lng. for the New York exhibit. The
great bulk of this money was spent In
securing views and screens of child
life In the school, In Its home, whether
in tenements or palaces, In settlement
and educational movements, recreation
grounds and industrial conditions, as
well as to show Its moral and religious
life and to show the operation or phi
BRUSH TEETH (M l
rtJnKli he mini!? find
, J ttie sums wot, t08it
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 AND LIYYE F"OR SALE
Cumb. Telephone 490. Hopkin&ville, Kentucky.
And will pay high
est cash prices for
Butter, Eggs, Hens, Spring Chickens,
v '.Turkeys, Ducks and Geese,
Cow Hides and heep Pelts.
Get Our Prices Before Selling.
Wool Burry, 10c to 17c; Clear
Grease, 21c. medium, tub washed
23c to 30c; coarse, dingy.tubwashed
Feathers Prime white goose, 60c
dark and mixed old goose, I5c to 30c;
gray mixed, I5c to 30c white duck
22c to 35c, new.
Hides and Skins These quotation
are for Kentucky hides. Southern
green hides 8c. We quote assorted
!jl lots dry flint, I2c to I4c. 9-10 bet-
Dressed geese. 11c per pound for
cl.oice lots, live 5J
T re ih country eggs, 27 cents per
Fresh country butter 25c lb.
A good demand exists for spring
ihickens, and choice lots of fresh
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 j
Alfalfa hay, $18 00
White seed oats, G8c
Black seed oats, 68c
Mixed seed oats, 65c
No. 2 white corn, $1.00.
No. 2 mixed coin, $1.00.
Winter wheat bran, $28.00,
i wall. :
Cumberiand. 26. Home.
The HAYDON PRODUCE CO:
HERBERT L. HAYDON, Manager.
CASTOR I A
Tor Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Ordtrs for th Winter's Supply of Coke art Now Coming
In iind th WJs Thing to Do is to Plac Your Order
Now and Avoid the Delay Incident to the Rush of Coke
Orders Always ure to Come With the First Cold Snap.
KENTUCKY PUBLIC SERVICE CO.
lanthrodc movements and the man
t nf nhilanthrbnic homes. To
this Invaluable collections of screens
was added about ?50,000 worth of
screens prepared for the Chicago Child
Welfare Exhibit and subsequently val
uable additions were made on account
of the Kansas City and Montreal ex
hibits. All the screens used In the
previous exhibits, as well as hundreds
cf views of Louisville and Kentucky
conditions, will be shown at the Jven
tuclcy., Exhibit and Conference this
The officers of the exhibit, who havt
gTVen genorously of their time, money
and energy to further the enterprise
for the sake of tho Kentucky boy and
elrl.j'have endeavored to enlist tho ac
tive - co-oneration of philanthropic
workers throughout Kentucky, but ow
ing to. the newness of the venture
havojmet without a great deal of sue
cess.' However, they have secured re
duced,5 railroad rates into Louisville
for tho occasion and Mrs. Morris B.
Belknap, president of tho association
'nnrVitainf wnrkor In nroDarlne for the
t nuio'iAiic TOvhihlt. nxnrpKses tho hone
that' avery county and community m
Kentucky will be largely represented
urica Arinlo Hrntiilios. a notauie sei
tlement worker of Louisville, is the
assistant director of tho Louisville
wnhnn Knntuckv officers have com
Diled statistics showing that a large
number of deaths among children can
be prevented by proper feeding and
care,- as well as showing tho startling
fact that one child died for every foui
that are born.
Tn thn hoalth exhibit will be shown
a milk station, babies' hospital room
dental clinic, pure food show, auti
tuberculosis exhibit and a model dairy
Thla -nxhlbit will bo undor the super
viBlon of tho Kentucky State Board ot
Health, which Is co-operating with the
officers of tho Kentucky Child Welfart
Association to Us fullest extent In an
endeavor to exhibit the cause anJ
prevention of feeble-mlndedness and
bilndnABB. Numerous photograpu
and charts havo' been collected along
Tho larger part nov taken by the
church In the child's weekday amuga
monta makes religion mere real to hlni
!. 1.. IV . ,
than u was 10 mu isruiiuiumwia a.
grandmothers in they boyhood au
girlhood days. Uuder this heading U
Institutlonul church will Bhow viu
they are doing for the reclan..
Hon of tha children, as, well i.
(cr the roclamatloB of tho young k
m young woman. Thero will b
cdel Sunday School room
sts gting on at stated hours. T.
M. C A , the V- W. C A . tho V
a. and tho Girls; Frleudly Soc!
I wilt havo fhotoeranhfl and charts
BhdTVlng ho they aro combining re
ligious, physical and mental training.
Bovs and Klrls learn moro nulckly
when cducntlon Is varied to moot their
Individual noedrand capacities. Ono
Ol tho largest exhibits will be that of
the Loulflvlllo nubile schools, com
posed of photographs, ohnrts and olass
rooms, where the parents may see tho
children actively engaged In kimlor
garten and primary and othor grade
work, as well as domestic sclenco,
drawing, music, manual training, nnd
other modern school room activities.
Photocranhs of schools In othor ci
ties,' with charts giving facts as to
cost, equipment and organization, will
indicate some of tho lines along, which
tho Louisville schools hopo to develop.
A room will bo devoted to an Exhibit
of tho Wider Uso of tho School Plant,
Including Social Centers. School Gar
dens and Vacation Schools and Parent
Tho Kentucky School for tho Blind
will mako an exhibit of Its interesting
and important work.
Play time can teach children how to
Dull together and to "tote fair."
A model Plavuround. fully equipped.
will onen to tho children under the di
rection of regular supervisors. Photo
graphs and charts showing what Louis
ville Is furnishing tho children In tha
way of recreation, can bo seen here,
also some of tho future plans of tho
Board of Park Commissioners. Strik
ing features of moving picture shows,
danco halls, and other commercial
amusements will form part of this
Country Life and Schols.
Kentucky farms. forests and
1 streams aro waiting for the boy and
girl who Is learning to use them.
The child In the country needs as
fine a school as the child in the city.
Conditions that affect child life in the
country as distinguished from the city
will hero be made clear. The valuable
lessons country boys and girls aro
I learning from the Corn and Tomato
Clubs will be shown and rural schools
I and housing conditions explained by
photographs and models.
This Exhibit will be tho nrst oi us
kind ever made in a Child Welfare Ex
The Child and the Law.
The law la to protect, not to oppress.
This section will show the work- and
the needs of Institutions established
by law for the care of neglected, de-
nnndent and delinquent children. It
will also present the laws now exist
ing for tho protection of children, witn
suggestions for further legislation.
The waces in a family and the kind
of work done decide largely the chlld'B
manner of life.
Plcures and charts VIII give the
wnrrps nf men and women, the accl
dents to industrial workers, the cost of
living, and the result of these wages
and accidents upon the child s lire.
Pictures and stories will show tho
harm done a child by selling papers,
delivering messages and working In
Dr G. P. Isbl I
Veterinary Physician k SurgviM
Offico and Hospital Cor.. 7th and MA
Eyo, Ear, Nose and Thro?J
Free Test Made for Glasses
Up tiirs Phoenix Dulldlnit Mak
Or. R. F. McDaniel,
Practice Limited lo Disease ol
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
Office In Summers Building;! near Courteous
RHONESt (Cumb. Heme. OBIce rieuren
.Office 918 1210 8 lo12 a. m;
jResldence..210 ..1140 2 to B b. m
J. B. Allensworth,
Attnnnm, a4 I mm.
nuui iioy-e -ua.Tij
Office: Hopper Building,
Up Stairs, Front Court House.
'Phonos HoDklnavlle,t Ky
FINE BATH ROOMS.
Four First Class Artists.
FRANK BOYD, Propr.
m ft rnrupii mum r I
Tin ft li'nrnLuun rcuiHLt
jy X Sa( Ckstain Reuif for Scitbjcmid MursrvrjATia.
; UKtll MlUWtl (U IAIL 'ei narei siev 1 nau
action UuiTftDteed or .Money Kefunderf. Bent proAld
fn CI ftA ur hAt Cm BAnrl Ik.m nn !. A l.o ....1.1 r.
irhea renered. Simple Free. If jqdx drucgUt dues not
bare tbem tend roar order to the
UNITED MEDICAL CO., box T. UncTEw. Pa.
SotdU HopklnsvUlc by the Andtrscti-Fowltr Drug Cow
Both Phonos. 312 S Main St
The ideal place for the child should
bo Its own home.
This section will be one of the most
attractive of the wholo exhibit. Hare
will bo shown a three-room apartment
furnished for a hundred uoimrs, a
model playground with toys that are
playable and durable and games and
home occupations for children, practi
cal outfits of children s clothes made
)f materials that will wear well. A
JC . 5...:; j a$i.00
Will llllll'llll II WW TT-l
MiwwsoatMi TOiacwawHiiwjainf w
1h$ltti' v. j l' 1 d
wa I. Mi
dfs'ilay of wholesome food will bo on
view. Features of stood and uaa Hous
ing conditions In Loulsvlllo will form
a" btrlklng feature o thU section.
A dependent child is ono who by
rfv. tho illness or death of
parents, or bad homo surroundings la
deprived or a fair chance in life. Phi
lanthropy consists largely in caring for
Striking drawings photographs and
statements will Bhow how this child Is
supported In Its own homo, placed in
another home or cared for in au Insti
tution, "This section will also touch on
the work wjth deaf and dumb ami
crippled children and those unfor
tunate in othor ways.
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iatost fashions in
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Kew Fashion li "rns
In oach issue, nix
on all liomo and ret
sonal matters. Oalr
60c a year. Including
a freo pattern, bb
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for freo samplo copy.
f:.'::i Ptfttmi wlllenabloyoutomakolnycut
i. U.imu. with yourown bands, clothing for
icrse'f mid children which wlllbopcrf -ct
Ju tylo- idflt. l'rlco none hleher than 16
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A cure for Rheum
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or your money back.
For Sale at
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Cor. 9th and Clay,