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Dry Ridge, Ky.-"I could Hardly
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Corrected May 15,1913.
Retail Grocery Prices,
Country lard, good color and cleaD
14c and 15c per pound. '
Country bacon4 16c per pound.
BIact?eyed peas, $3.25 per bushel.
Country .shoulders, 12Jc pound.
Country jiams, 21c per pound.
Irish potatoes, 90c per bushel.
Northern eating Rural potatoes
90c per bushel
Texas eating onions, $3.50 per
bushel, new stock
Dried Navy beans, $4.00 per
Cabbage, 3 cents a pound.
Dried Lima beans, 60c per gallon;
Country dried 'apples, 10c per
peund, 3 for 25c
Daisy cream cheese, 25c oer
Fuji cream brick cheeee, 25c per
Fu cream Limberger cheeee, 25c
Popcorn.drieq on ear,2c per pound -
Freeh Eggs 20c per doz
Choice ,lota .fresh, well-worked
country butter, in .pound prints, 30c,
Lemons. 30"; per doz.
Navel Oranges 30c, 50c,per doz
Bananas, 15c and 20c doz
New York State apples $3.50 te
$6.00 per barrel
Cash Price Paid For Produce.
Dressed hens', 12Jc per pound
Dressed cocks, 7c per pound
live hens, 11c per pound; live cocks
dc pouna; uve turiceys, 14c per
Roots, Hides, Wool and Tallow.
Prices paid by wholesale dealers tc
butchers and farmers:
Roota Southern ginseng, $5.75 lb
"Golden Seal" yellow root, $1.35 H
Mayapple, 3i; pink root, 12c. and 13i
Tallow No. I, 4i; No. 2, 4c.
Wool Burry, 10c to I7c; Clear
Grease, 21c. medium, tub washed
23c to 30cr coarse, dingy,tubwaehed
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
greerFhides 8c. We quote assorted
lots dry flint, I2c to I4c. 9-10 bet
Dressed geeao. 11c par pound for
choice lots, live 5 J - f
Fresh country eggsr 15 cents p,t
Fre3h country butter 25c lbv ;
A good' demand exists for sbrinc
?hickens, and choice lots of fresh
Hay and Grain.
No. I timothy :hay, 18 00 ...
,No, I clover hay, $17 00
Clean, bright straw hay 25c;balo
Alfalfa hay, $21 00
White Beed oats,. 50c
Black seed oats, 50c
Mixed seed oats, 65c
No. 2 white corn, 70c
Winter wheat bran, $24.00 : T
New Tin Shop.
I have opejietiup a tin shop in the
building formerly occupied by the
New Era, West 7th street, and I am
prepared to do all kinds of metal,
work, such as roofing, guttering,'
galvanized iron work, etc. Also re
pair bicycles, Runs and other work'
of this kind. Best of service and all
work guaranteed. Prices reasonable.
My bi other, Jerry Weaver, wjl! as
sist me in tne husmes. uivo rasa
trial and you will be satisfied.
Phone 71-2. A. J. WEAVER,.
Government Is a trust, and tfao ofli
core of the government are trusteW;;
and botk the trust and the trustM,
are ett4d for ta aeneflt of tW
jiopJe. Henry Clay.
MAKES THE WORK EASY
MADE KITCHEN CABINET
, It EASILY CONSTRUCTED.
A Llttl InocnUlty and Work Will Pr.
iluc a Contrivance That ' Will
( Answer the r?rp'oe of
i Probably no truly domestic woman
fr passes a kitchen cabinet, &oTpcr
mt In Its arranxements and ao' ebm.
Rttte In detallg, without wlshlu she
wnod ono, but the Initial .coet Is,
y. mst cases, prohibitive and sho
?t do without Doing without tho
ijvtentcd cabinet, however, does not
Ln that a woman need do ylthout
pfce convenience, for with a HtUo ln
rirSfinlty and work and slight expenses
may achievo at homo tho same re
Qwlta. An ordinary kitchen table, but
etter yot, a pastry table, with flour
Whs, drawer and kneading board,
serves as tho foundation. If tho ordl
Lry tablo Is used a shelf sot under
th top, about a foot from tho floor,
WlH Borvo admirably to hold two largo
ler canisters, ono for whlto and ono
Ifjr, graham or entire whlto flour. In
Smaller canisters may bo kept corn
!eal and sugar, and thero will bo
(room also for tho break box. A se
pries of shallow shelves built abovo tho
trtlo, against tho wall, will hold any
laumber of glass Jars for dry groceries,
fSfdces, etc., and ono may now pur
chase aluminum covers, which will
lhold a week's supply of sugar or co
;real. As many of theso as can bo of
forded , purchased and And their place on tho
ilpwer shelf. Abovo theso may be
placed small Jars for raisins, spices,
'etc., and all tho ingredients needed for
'baking. The other sholves may hold
(mixing bowls, cupa and tho like, and
jat the sldo of tho Bhelves should bo
ujerewed brass hooks to hold egg beat
53 can opener, mixing spoon, and so
forth- If th6 tablo top is covered
jjmh zinc, tho cabinet will now bo
Ijj.v. mm reau;r ior use, ana Will
leave no longings for a more elaborate
'e. If one does not care to purchase
the glass Jars, fruit Jars and Jelly
glasses may be used to hold tho gro
(eSrles. Tho little glass Jars In which
stlck candy is sold, thoso used for pat-
ie meaicmes and nny similar pur
iposes, may all bo utilized, as thnv
accumulate In tho hquso and serve
jthe purpose admirably. Tho whole
tthlng may bo gotten up In an inex
pensive manner, all depending upon
thb resources and ingenuity of the
woman who has charge of tho work.
Beef a la Mode.
-Tako a round of beef, four or flvo
'l 'l H I " w . .
'wvues iuick. jt'or a pieco weighing
Qyo pounds soak a pound of hread in
cold water until soft; turn oft tho wa
ter, mash. tho bread fine, then add a
piece of .butter the bIzo of an egg, a
half teaspoonful each of salt, popper
and ground cloves, about half a nut
meg, two eggs, a tablespoonful of
flour and a quarter of a pound of fresh
pork chopped flno. Gash the beef on
tho sides and, together witji -half tho
dressing, place in a baking pan, with
lukewarm water enough to cover it
Cover the pan and put In tho oven two
hours, then cover tho top with tho
rest of tho dressing and put In back
for an hour. Let it brown well. When
serving tho meat, If tho gravy Is not
thick enough stir in a little flour anf
add a llttlo butter.
For removing Stains.
Dip the Ink spot In pure melted tal.
low, then wash out tho tallow and tho
ink will como out with It.
To remove paint from glass, rub it
well with hot vinegar.
To removo tar from cloth, saturate
the Bpot and rub it well with turpen
tine and every traco will bo removed.
To preserve brooms, dip them for a
minute in a kettle of boiling suds onco
a week and they will last much longer,
as this makes them tough and pliable.
A carpet wears much longer swept
with a broom cared for In this man
Tako ono pint' of prunes, boll till
soft, tako out stones and put Into a
butter mold with a few almonds
around. Then tako the julco tho prunes
were cooked In and put a half box gel
atin In one-half pint of wator. Uoll
and pour over prunes. When cold,
turn out. Make a bollod custard by
taking a pint of milk and two eggs,
one tablespoon siuar. a llttlo almond
flavoring; coo-t till coming to a boll, in
a pitchor set in boiling water ovqr the
flo and i)ur over all.
To make orango float tako- oni
quart of water, the juice and pulp of
two lemons, one coffeo cup of sugar;
when boiling hot add four tablespoons
of cornstarch; let it boll 15 mlnutos,
stirring all tho tlmo; when cold pour
it over Your or nvo oranges that liuve
1)0011 sliced into a glass dish, and over
tho top spread tho beaten whites of
three eggo swootoncd and flavored
Corn Pudding. .,
' The corn can bq bakod In the oven
With tho potatoes ' and takoa only a
llttlo kes time to cook. To make this
pudding take "ono cup of green corn,
ono oup of milk, ono egg nnd a tablp-
poon oi moued butter lluKo in a"
moderate oven half to three-quarters
of an hour.
Thicken .ono pint of orango Julfts
with ono taWosjwtiJul of cornstarch;
cook until transparent and swooten to
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Your stoves smoke and won't draw
get a box of SOOT-I-CIDE and end
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FOR SALE BY
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I CARRY THE MOST COMPLETE LINE OF
Staple and Fancy
Of any house in the city. Give me a call.when you
want somethingfgood to eat.
Country Produce Bought and Sold-
Nice Line Fruit and Candy Always On Hand.
J. K. TWT MAN
204 South Main
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 ANL LIME F"OR SALE
Cumb. Telephone 490. Hopkinsville, Kentucky.
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