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tturKIN8VILLt KtTUCKIAN, NOVEMBER 21
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And nowha. the Most, Complete Stock of Faiiy and
W StaSroceriln-t(ie City. Give me a call when
iihned oraiiyihirig in the grocery line.
I guarantee satisfaction. Free ' ,
ffi Delivery. . . ,
204 SOUTH SV3ASN
Have vour teeth attended to now. Don't put it off foi
more convenient season, J hey may get in such condition
as will be difficult? repair. Our methods are mddefi
Prices reasonable. " . . '
PAINLESS EXTRACTING W!Y SPECIALTY.
Corrected Nov. 16,1912.
.KBTAIL. UHOClSUY PRICES
Country lard, ood onlor and clean
'lG'i pbr pound.
Country bacon, 18e per pound.
Bhick-uyed, .one, $4.60 perjhusbel.
Country shoulders 15c per pound.
Country hams, 22c per pound.
Irish potatoes, $1.20 per bushel.
i ttortherri oatitig Rural notatoo
I $1.20 per bushor
j Texas ontinpr onions, 41.60 pei
IteU dating onions,$1.50 per busho
rfrfW Wavv beans. $3.60 uw
Castings, 2J dphia y pound,
'EfrTfe Umu Mans, lOfe per pouuu
3rittyv driettt npplea, 10a pe
Ugm mum eWRtfe. Zoc nor
ifaU mam !)rick cheese, 26c pw
'13V dream LirubMBer chee, 26t
PotKipni.drieu on r,,2c per pound
DR. FE I R ST, E.I N
Next to Court House.
V.L.GATES, E. W. BRACKROGGE
GATES & BRACKROGGE,
(Successors to K H. William?)
108 South Wain Street. Opera House Buildh.,
BAR and RESTAURANT
khlttoirs 35c oir doz
Choice lots fiethi? well-worked
AND LUNCH ROOM.
Our place has been remodeled and we guarantee the best
of service. . We especially have some fine Wines anc
Liquors for medicinal purposes. Prompt delivery to an)
part of the city:
GATES & BRACKROGGE.
Ouml). Phone 316. Home Phqijo HIV.
McClaid & Armstrong
DEALERS IIM ,
GRANITE AND MARBLE MONUMEJNTS,
CUT STONE, ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WORK.
Marble Yards and Office N. Main Street, Between 1st arid 2nd Sts.
CEMENT AND LIME EOR SALE'
Cumb. Telephone 490. Hopkinsville, Kentucky.
And will pay high
est cash prices for
Butter, Eggs, Hens, Spring Chickens.
Turkeys, Ducks and Geese,
Cow, Hides and Sheep Pelts.
. . . Get Our Prices Before Selling.
Cumberland ; 26. Home 1322
ntrv barter, in pSund prints. 30c-.
, m fcHurrs.
, ' Lerpori. 30 : per dozen
' Navel Oi-anjrea, SOIj, 40c,per lo
Bananas; 20c and 26c dox
NeV.York Stato apples $150 to
J4 .Qi) per barrel "
Cash Price Paid For Produce.
Ureased hens, 12fcc per pound
Dressed cocks, 7c per pound
ive hens, 10c per pound; live cockb
3c pound; live turkeys. 13c 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, 3i; pink root, 12c and 13t
Tallow No. I, 4; No. 2, 4c.
Wool Burry, 10c to I7c; Clear
GreaBC, 21c. medium, tub washed'
23c to 30c; coarse, dingy.tubwashed
Feuthers Prime white goose, 50c
dark and mixed old goose, I5c to 30c;
gray mixed, I5c to 30c white duck.
22c to 35c, new.
Hides and Skins These quotations
are for Kentucky hides. Southern
green hides 8c. We quote assorjtgm
lots dry flint, I2c to I4c. 9-10 fibet
Dressed geese. 11c per pound for
choice lots, live 5J
. re .. country eggs, 27 cents per.
Fresh country butter 25c lb.
A. good demand exists for spring
thickens, and choice lota of fresb
Hay and Grain.
Choice timothy hay, $18 CO
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,
"The order man's came, mem,
Anne Fairfax glanced up impa
tiently from her artiolc on "Why My
Servants Stay With Mo," for tho Oc-
Idbttr Homcbronkcr Mntrnzinc. t
face "the daily qtiotion."
aVhnt hnvo you in tho refrigera
tor, Bridgt?" she askad absont-
mimladly. Hor thoughts wore on
Iiiglldr things at present than tho
ordering of meats and vegtablo.
ollim," Bridget answered la
conically. "What ! Nothing left of that big
roust I And where is all the fruit
Mj !Fnirfax sent home yesterday ?'
Blnirc, I'm afther lavin' this aft
ernoon. I don't like bein' instaoo
atcd to bo n tliafo." And Bridget in
dignantly clattered jlovrn tho narrow
bffwl stairs, bnngipg'thfe mcnnlnglew
imrmry gate after hor. Some for
mafeitenant of the I"airfax abode had
lofflUiiit little gate in its presenf.
jdpffc, but Anne Fairfax thought, ai
unlatched it, that sho was glad,
1& filings coiuidered her sucoess
jSiMiterary career, etc. that, though
qrfolied three whole years, she had
"oqflung but a wire fenco running
roitUd the house."
maids in one month 1" she
sigQd as she followed tho irate and
slfjttjnly Bridget into the ', culinary
dfmrtmcnt of the Fairfax domicile.
TjSwonder I cannot 'get ahead'
wffjj. my articles for the Home
hrfker." -Ttiptf intiuuir cututco truii
ciclSkadlv. and in the hot sunshine
tluW-admitted myriad flies buzzed
The HAYDON PRODUCE CO.
HERBERT L. HAYDON, Manager.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Thi Kind You Hava Always Bought
DON'T BE FOOLED IN
TO THINKING THAT
CHEAP COAL IS CHEAP FUEL
BURN GENUINE OAS COKE
AND GET NOTHING BUT HEAT, COMFORT AND ECONOMY,
WITH NO SMOKE, SOOT OR DIRT, AND ERY LITTLE ASH.
$5.00 PER TON, DELIVERED,
KENTUCKY PUBLIC SERVICE CO.
merely about tho kitchen. The "or
derman" stood holding the screen
dooiwidc open, letting in more flies,
whfcli crawled here, there and every
where. One jet of the gas stove was
.blazing high ;for tho pleasure and
profit rof the gas company, no doubt,
for there was no sign of pot or pah
in its vicinity, though a veritable
mountain of them adorned the re
mains of breakfast, as it had been
removed from the dining room two
hours earlier; this was flanked on
one Bide by an open bottle of milk,
and on the others by a ruddy clus
ter of hair puffs and several hair
'Bridget!" gasped Anne Fairfax,
with one horrified glance about her
kitchen, and rising in her wrath to
almost queenly dignity. "You made
a mistake when you said, you were
leaving this afternoon. You are
leaving now this very moment!"
' The order man stepped quietly in
and closed the screen door gently.
He recognized the "lady of the
house" quality in Mrs. Fairfax's ac
cents. Bridget, cackling scornfully
and fairly smoking with impudence
gathered up the fatal red hirsute
adornments and shuffled up tho back
stairs to "pack," while Anne Fair
fax ordered soap, ammonia, mopa,
brooms, scrub brushes, fly papers,
etc., from the astonished "order
man" till that worthy gathered up
courage, to ask, "liom to start
housecleanin', Mrs. Fairfax?"
"Nosnorted Anne Fairfax, "I'm
going to clean tms kitcneni dust
look at', it !" she wailed, forgetting
her dignity. "That filthy creature
has only, been here one week, and
look at'it ! s And I thought she was
keeping things clean !"
As soon as the kitchen was
darkened and less full of the buzzing
winged torments, Anne Fairfax
tacked up her blue dimity skirt un
der a voluminous gingham apron,
rolled her dainty sleeves above her
rather frail-looking elbows and
doughtily attacked the sink and its
greasy contents. After an hour's
toil she decided to go down cellar
and look at the refrigerator. "Ugh !"
It is as I feared, and the cellar is so
stuffy' and musty."
Anne Fairfax climbed up on a
chair to open a window, but rust and
neglect had done their work, and
bang and poke as she might the
window refused to open till a more
than usually vicious push brought
success. It also, brought a leg off the
rickety chair, and Anne Fairfax was
deposited with more force than dig
nity in the coal bin. '
After a few moments of wonder
ing that.no bones were broken, our"
Jiterary'lady dragged herself up the
cellar stairs and seated lierpe. for
one moment's rest.
"The cellar window's open, any
wnv, Now for the refrigerator."
But not yet. Anne Fairfax had been
unfortunate in her eolcctipn of a
chair, already adorned by sticky lly
paper. "Dour mo'she said after
M'vpral minutes spent. in futiTo effort
to rid her dress- of trio adhesive tis
sue, "I'll just have to leave it there
(ill I've finished and tan take ta
dress off. I liovcr did like this blue
dimity, anyway. Oh, there's no more
hot wafer for the rcfrigcrar!
Never .mind ; I'll use a bucket of cold
Water, with lots of ammonia. Ugh !'
gasped Anne Fairfax, after another
hour of hard labor, "I'll have to
throw out a lot of thete scraps and
bits. Servants are so careless. Oil,
dear ! thef goes the telephone 1"
"Hello Mr, liockyfclloir Why
Oh yes, irtdeed, I am glad to hoar
you're in town tonight! dinner
Mr. Hockyfellow, too Oh er
lovely oil, perfectly convenient
No, I haven't written much lately
clever? me? Oh, no be sure now
Anne Fairfax gathered her trem
bling faculties together and descend
ed to rensw tltt attack on the refrig
erator. She had just about finished
this when the front door bell rang.
'Ill just gatlifr up those odds
and ends and caWy them with me.
Why can a servant never seem to
learn to make liar head save her
heels ? Intelligence, I suppose. I'll
take the bucket, too, Oh, have PA
TIENCE!" (this to the hell).
Halfway up Anije Fairfax stepped
on tho back of her' rather narrow
skirt and all her hands being en
pied But why tell what hap
pened ? Suffice it to say that when
Mr. Fairfax (who had forgotten his
dead-latch key) finally secured an
entrance by means of the one open
cellar window, he found a black
ened, disheveled, half-drenched "lit
erary light" lying in a heap on the
cellar floor surrounded by broken
crockery mixed With- ouus aim euua
of cold beans and stewed tomatoes
in a pool of cold, greasy water
strongly tinctured with ammonia.
After a tearful, garbled account
of the morning's happenings had
been sobbed into his sympathetic
ears, "Never mind, dear," soothed
Mr. Fairfax, 'ifs a good thing you
are not hurt. We'll close tip the. old
house and board for. a while. Serv
ants are the dickens 1"
"Well well how about the
Rockyfellers? They're com-com-
coming to din-din-dinner
"Bless the Iiockyfellers !" gasped
Mr. Fairfax. "Oh, well see here,
we'll take them to town to a roof
garden for dinner, so trot off and get
er washed up and dressed. Why
what's the matter now?" for Mrs.
Fairfax had fairly dissolved in tears.
"I I won't g-g-get my ar-ar-ar-ticle
off tonight and it it its SO
"What article, dearest?" asked Mr.
' "That's just 1-1-lilce a m-m-man,"
sobbed Anne Fairfax. "What article,
indeed ? My my ar-article on Why
My Ser-ser-vants St-st-stay With
Me' to be sure." Buffalo Express.
Dr G, P. Isbell
Veterinary Physician Suffe
'ificc and Hospital Cor.Jth and Rail
Practice Limited to Olteane ol
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat.
OfTlee In Innmm Building", near Court' Boom-
IrtONBSi ,0umb. Homo. OWee Hour
re 018 1210 S to 12 k. r
Rildnce..2IO 1140 2 to D p. m
J. B. Allenswortlv
Office: Hopper Building,
Up Stairs, Front Court House.
'Phonos HotJklnavllle, X?
F1ME BATH ROOMS.
Four First Class Artist.
FRANK BOYD, Propr.
LAST BUT NOT LEAST.
Farmer John and Farmer Turmut
were having a talk over a glass of
nut brown ale in the local inn.
Though they had striven' not to
speak shop, their talk had gradually
veered round to the one topic about
which it was really worth chatting.
"How's yer corn?" demanded
"All right," was the reply.
'Tigs doin' well?"
"Fine," came the answer.
"That little pony of yours quite
"In .good condition. My little
pony went fourteen miles yester
day." "Good crop of cabbages?"
"Qlad to hear it. How's the mis
ius ?' Answers, London.
THOSE $100,000 JOBS.
"Yes," said Mr. Dustin Stax,
"there are $100,000 johs waiting for
young men who are competent to fill
"What requirements would you ex
pect?" "Well, he'( havo to show that he
was couipetept to establish ana run
as biga business as mine on. his own
account. And then, of course, he
wouldn't need the job."
HELPING THE GAME.
"Bah I" exclaimed the Socialist.
"Money is filthy lucre."
"Well, I vo done tho best I eould
today' replied tho man who dabbles
in stocks. "I've cleaned up a thou
sand dollars." Lippincotfs.
Johnnie Mamma, our governess
.an see in tho dark.
Mamma How' So you know that?
J0hnnie--Last night out in the
nail I heard her tell Uncle Jack that
,)io hadn't shaved.
A Pap, Cim aik UtLu :. -
HVf'n K1QV9I TT F 1 It,
I fr linn .ti.lrtii t r 1
I A ft r I?
hMi' lh.'CB nil y r li i. m t'.o
UNITED MEDICAL CO., Bex T, LAHCASTt
Sold li Hopkinnlttt by the Aadmci-fowltr Crua Co.
Both Phonos. 312 S. Main St.
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For Women Who Care
Of course you use an antiseptic in your
family and in the care of your own per
son, and you want the best.
Instead of what .vou havo been usinc
such as liquid or tablet antiseptics or
peroxide, won't you please try Paxtine,
a concentrated antiseptic powder to "be
dissolved in water as needed.
Paxtine is more economical, mare
cleansing, more germicidal and more,
healing than anything you evsr used.
In tle toilet to cleanse and whiten
the teeth, remove tartar and prevent
decay. To disinfect the mouth, destroy
disease germs, and purify the breathe
To keep artificial teeth and bridgework
clean and odorless. To remove nicotine
from the teeth and purify the breath
after smoking. To eradicate perspira
tion odors by sponge bathing.
As a medicinal ntrcne for local
treatment of feminine ills where pelvic
catarrh, inflammation and ulceration
exist, nothing equals hot douches ol
faxtine. Hor ten years tne tiyaia tu.
Pinkham Med. Co. has been x'jralarly
advising their patients to use it otcause
of its extraordinary cleansing, healing
and germicidal power. For this pur
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in gold. Also for nasal catarrh, .sore
throat, inflamed eyes, cuts and wounds.
All druggists, 25 and 50 cents a box
Trial box and testimony of 3ii
women free on request.
A cure for Rheum
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For Sale at
Cor. 9th tad Clay.,