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The Hopkinsville Kentuckian
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says the California State Board
of Health has figured out that
the average cost of raising a
child to the age of 20 is 4150
and that its average commercial
yalue is 4000 According to
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States is worth commercially 2
900 Of course there are differ
ent grades some being worth as
low as 30 cents a dozen
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We are having fine weather
for butchering and a great many I
hogs are being killed
The health of this community
is very good at present with the
exception of whooping cough
Mr Estelle Tarter returned
from Indiann last week where
he has been for some time
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Mr Frank Tarter and Miss I
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Polly Martin were united
matrimony last Saturday D G
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A little bov of M Clay Beck I I
was bitting by a mad dog one
day last week The boy wa
carried to the madstone and is
now getting along nicely
Frank and Roy Shepherd re
turned from Illinois last week
where they had been husking
corn
The entertainment at Mt
uhve last Thursday night was a
success and well enjoyed by all
presentJack
Jack Robinson lost a young
colt last week by it getting kick
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The candy breaking at John
Tarters last Saturday night was
well attended by the young folks
and all report a good time
Miss Hattie Williams will close
her school at this place this week
She has given entire satisfact =
ion
Mr Thomas Wilson and sonin
law John Neal and families
have sold out and left last week
for Indiana Success to them
Mr A D Tarter has been on
the sick list for a few days
J 0 White has been appoint
ed by the Board of healtho f
I Kentucky as regiestar of vital
Statistics in this precinct
Thon as Bryant bought of
John Neal one bay mare Price
private
privateC
C T Roberts bought a grist
mill of Isham Kerns and has it in
operation at this place
Mr Estelle Gauady has rented
ds
the J J Helton farm and has
taken possession for the ensuing
year
J OWhite will close his
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school at Kerns this week This
is his third term at this place in
succession
successionMrs
Mrs C M Deener I
The subject of this notice pass
ed from this life Wednesday the
14 inst at 10 oclock after a
lingering illness of more than
four months
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Ilnall her continued suffering
she possessed the same Christian
fortitude that characterized her
i life and died in the triumph of a
ofaI
IShe was a daughter of Daniel I
Richards deceased and C a sister I
of William Richards Columbia
and Mrs Perry Loveless Russell
Springs Three other brothers
live in Kansas She professed
religion in her fifteenth year and I
united with the Baptist church of I
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which she was a consistent and
devoted member tihthe time of
her death
In her eighteenth year she was
married to Eld 0M Deener
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with whom she lived in sweet
companionship for 43 years arid
9 days To this union were born
two children Mrs Ona Williams
arid Mrs Nannie Grider
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She Wlisa devoted wife it
loving mother and a devout
Christian She possessed the in
herent qUalitie that kai
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noble womanhood saerifying for
the sake of others and the right t
she was often lonely and iricum t
bered as most ministers wives
are while her husband was away j
working in the cause for which
she was praying
The interment was in the
Bethel graveyard After a short
service by the writer she was
laid too await the resurec
tionTo
To her bereaved husband and
children heres tears andsympa
thy and may the Godof all grace
sustain them in their loss
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The Musical Association held
at Welfare church Russell chun I
ty the Second Sunday in this
month was a grand success
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The house was called to order in
time The subjects were well
discussed and the singing was
excellent The great spirit of
Christ seemed to prevail It was
by far the best we have h dA
greater inte est was taken in the
history of the Asspciation More
were interested and the best of
order prevailed
Dear teachers and workers i II
this the greatest of science and
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this work It will be to your in
terest and you will gain all the
methods used by different teach
ers
You will become acquainted
with your fellow teachers Let
us lend each other a helping hand
and improve every opportunity
1 M Grimsley Chairman
Purdyf
We had a Very sad thing to
encounter on last Monday when
uncle Zach Burton one among
our countys oldest residents
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passed out of this life into life I
eternal He was seventysix i
years ten months and two days i
old being born February LOtb 1
1834 and died December 121910
He was married but we do not I
know the exact date he leaves
behind him eight children all of
whom greatly miss their dear
old parent He was also a de
voted church member and a
loving father well loved by all
who knew him He is said to
have let old age wear him out
He was fully aware that the
death angel was approaching for I
he talked so much about it and
would say 101 am ready to meet
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1my loving wife who left me two
years ago He was buried at
Bear Wallow church yard funeral
services by Rev Jno Rice Our
community extends its greatest
sympathy to the bereaved child
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Thou shalt sleep but not foreverI
There will be a glorious dawn jI
neverr
On the Resurrection morn
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Not long 1 ago it was asserted
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fgood evidence that the ancient
Egyptians had some knowledge
fof electricity Npw another mod I
em invention has been robbed
of its youth by a recent discov
ofer
ery made in Crete Excavators
thave unearthed at Phacotos a
dist of clay six and a quarter
inches in diameter which bear
on its two ides 120 figures of
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men animals trees and other
things which constitute the ear
Beat hieroglyphics used l in Crete
These represented mrenoten
grated but clearIasitsmped tj i
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a punch It is a true sample of
typography and dates from the 1H
twentieth century berore the I
Christian era Printers there I J
fore will have to look for the 1
cradle of their race not to Guten I
berg but to Crete where their lit
art was practiced ina primitive J
way Tfdur thousand years ago 1
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Creed Stotts Bliss visited rel
c
atives here a day or so last week
John Gibson did business at
Columbia last Saturday
Mose Wooten and family vis
ited Mrs Wootens parents at
Bliss several days last week
Bill Firkins of Cumberland
county did business here one day
last Week
Creed Stotts bought one hun =
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dred acres or land from Matt
new Wooten near here last week
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for one thousand dollars
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daughter Fay were very s c12a
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familye
Sparksville visited relatives here
last Saturday and Sunday
Matthew Wooten bought a
bunch of white oak timber in the
IIbunc
Bliss community last week Con
sideration one thousand dollars
1He has put a lot of hands to
work arid means to convert the
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timber into staves within the
next few weeks
Mrs Hiram Stotts and son
Millard who have been sick for
the past three or four weeks
are some better and it Is hoped
that they will be able to be out
again soon
Archie Wheeler and family
Sparksville visited Mope Wooten
and family last Saturday and
Sunday
Rev Jessee preached a very
interesting sermon at Independ
ence last Sunday This was his
laSt appointment at this place for
the year but he was promptly
engaged for the coming year and
will be there the third Sunday
morning in each month as here
tofore
toforePaul
Paul and Ocey Epperson Roy
rare spending a few days with
their sister Mrs RL Camp
bell Miss Ocey means to makeup
1up a music class at Breeding and
will spend a day or so in that
community
communityA
A prayer meeting has been or
ganized at Independence They
meet on each Wednesday night
Christmas Gamest
In some homes rich in lifer s
most precious gifts there will bet
this year enough children to play
games One that all may enjoy p
1gam enjoyI
is a peanut race It must be I
played in the largest room in the I
house and a big kitchen would
be fine Provide some sort of I
prize indeed three if possible
for the players will have earned
some reward
Place about fifty peanuts on a f
table at one end of the room
They are still more difficult to
take up if put upon the floor But
one may wish to bemerciful At
the other end of the room each
player has in waiting a dish or
receptacle of some kind into
which he peanutsr
he succeeds in carrying to that
spot When each player is arm
ed with a case or common table
knife the fun is ready to begin
If the room is large a half dozen
players mgt enter the race and
the effort to dodge each other
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peanut npon the blade of his °
knife carry it safely across the
room without touching it with
the other hand and deposit it in
his own dish If a peanut falls i
it is lost to the player Much
goodnatured fun is possible with
this game
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Euds Winters Troubles
To many winter is a season of trou le
The frost bitten toes and fingers chap
ped hands and lips chilblains cold
sores red and rough skins prove this
But such troubles fly before Bucklens
Arnica Salve A trial convinces Great
est healer of Burns Boils Piles Cuts
Sores Eczema and Sprains Only 25c
at Paull Drug Co
Short Meter Sermons
Many a mans apparent dig
nity is due to a stiff neck 7
Alucky man is always harping
on his superior judgment
A woman isnt necessarily wise
b cause she can fool a man
Even the lowly dealer in < Id
junk is pttobea man of men
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A w maps idea of a brute is
any man who declines to flatter
her Many a womans second hus
band mourns the demise of her
firtf
firstA
A woman can stand a lot suf
fering if she doesnt have to keep
quietWhen
When some women feel the
need of physical exercise theYgo
shopping
Its a poor rule that wont
work both ways but there are a
lot of rules that refuse to
POor of Ram
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The cost of living presents
problems which are becoming
every day more urgent and in
soluble to the poor of Rome The
other day the Syndic had a long
conference with the Italian Pre
mier Signor Luzzatti to discuss
means for housing some hun
dreds of unfortunate men and
women who have no other re
fuge at night than porticos and
doorways in the streets This is
not the first time that the Syn
dic has meditated action of some
kind but so far nothing has
been done The Pope has been
so impressed by the difficulties of
life in Rome that recently he
raised all the salaries of the va
rious employes of the Vatican by
25 per cent That of course is
ra step which though possible in
the Vatican with a limited num
ber of dependents cannot be
taken elsewhere Much of the
evil is artificial and might be
ofe
food is concerned by some leg
ofp
meat dairy produce fruit and
vegetables is said to be purely v
artificial and due to combination
among the producers and princi
pal vendors The smaller the
demand sometimes the higher
are the prices to make up for the
loss in the quantity sold >
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to the highest bidder at the JK Pv
Gonover place on Jamestown road ttie
pollowing > roPeY
One pair of six year old horse mules
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One 4 year old horseI < < <
One 3 old filly Tvv
neyear Q y < i 0
Two milk cows 4 41 v > f c
One thoroughbred Herrifoird cow b 1t i
One thoroughbred Hertford bUUi t
Ffty fat hogs i
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TWO farm wagons V
One buggy 1
All kid of arming took houBehqld 1
and kit hen furniture and a ktofy
prpymder Terms of sate made known >
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