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RESCUE OF STARVING MEXICAN GOATS
F i3 oo Net Contents 15f luidDranhire o o Hi JL ' .1. till I 1 II u 1 1 u 1 - II mi i, an u ii 1 WU UVi u I. On account of business interests neces sitating a sale on the faim. 11 tie 11 iliiXULi E"5EISB of E Elk Valley Stock Farm REGISTERED JERSEYS vwm be sow TUESDAY, NOV. 18TH. at SMonu Iw. MA!FSTV"?FANr.Y PRINCE. 139E58. a double erandson of Royal Majesty out of register of Merit Cow. Heads herd. Hprrl rich in the blood of Majesty, Gamboge's Knight, and Oxford You'll Do. - Cows and heifers all bred, and many are fresh-to Majesty's Fancy Prince and Defenders Majesty Monarch son of Majes ts Defender, recently sold for $2675. Send for catalogue. ELK VALLEY STOCK FARM Elkton Kentucky. W. G. DAVIS, C. N. BELL, Prop.COL. D. L. PERRY, Auctioneer. LARK' Ja - Kf- ' 1? -t, ;fj; ' ' :1 The Island of Guadaloupe, off the western Mexico coast, Is Inhabited by goats only some 50,000 of theini This year they nre starving, owing to lack of rain there, and many of them are being shipped to the foothlli ranches of southern California. A cargo of these goats Is here "shows arriving at San uiego. , Jh- - - Real Efficiency. Our health Is a vital part of our ' business. If the Invoice shows that we I are overstraining nerves and organs It Is high time to adopt better nusiness methods or else go Into bankruptcy. " Balled Up. "Betty has an India rubber Imagina tion." "India rubber Isn't the term there are bounds to India rubber." Boston Evening Transcript. All Out . One evening I wns accompanying two young women home. We got on a car In which there were but two va cant scats. They sat down together and I excused myself, thinking I would take a smoke on the front platform. I got to talking to some fellows and before I ren'izi'il it we "were at the end ol the Ciu- line. I rushed in the car, but needless to sjiy.- did not find the two j'irls, as we had passed their cornet about a mile h;i::k. Kxoliange. 3 . . ,..ir o yd." I? I' INT. 1 AVcictriWt-rrcparafionforM lin thcSloniachs andBgvcj was, Thcrcbj' Promoiin Digestion .tntxanilKCSLWJUUiu" neither Opium,Morphinc nor Mmeral.NoTVHlv PumpltMS lincbtk Sattl Horn Sunt rurifiMSantr llikiyrrnhnr AhclpfulRcmcdyfor Constipation and Diarri andFcverlshnessantl facsimile SiWL. For Infants and Children. Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria 'Always Bears tlie Signature of LW J 1 6y VICTOR BERGER I LAST OUSTED and opponent of war and . profiteer ing. . I take back nothing I said in my speeches and articles," he told the House, "and under the same cir cumstances I would say and write it. all over again, only I would make it a great oVal stronger." In Use For Over Thirty Yearr 113 s Fx3i. !" Wrapper. rut ccuvAun cwm ' '-,T"'- Socialist Loses His Seat in Congress By Vote of 309 to 1. . We carry a comp'ete line of toys, Dol s, Rocking Chairs, Desks, in fact anything . that can bi had in the toy line. We are now open for business and invite the public to call and inspect our lines of toys, we can save you money on them. - We have a line of English China and Havlin China that we can save you money on. If you are in need of these call and get our prices. : Shop Early and Avoid The Rush. Washington, November 10. Vic tor L. Berger, Milwaukee Socialist, was denied his seat in the House to- dav bv an overwhelming vote, the O o o o- o MARKET BASKET 0 O O O 0 0 O 0 00- Prices at which retailers sell im poi'tant staples to consumers in Hop kinsville are given below. Slight va riations from these quotations may House holding he was ineligible f or be found on some items at some membership because, of his open op- stores according to the basis on which position to war. the purchase is made and to the . The vote to unseat Berger was, 309 to 1, Representative Voight, Re- &rade o the ltem Pchas.d. nnWinnn. Wiarnnain. heir.r- the nnlv ' Flour, 24-R) sack $1.75 $1.7( mPmh to Riinnort the ; Wisconsin Commeal. 5-lt) sack.. 25 Socialist either during the" debate or Bacon, breakft slice tb 45 .Bacon, eountry. Id... 3o on tne rou can. . - . After the denying seat to Berger,1 acon' j11' 10 ' the House declared that the seat was "am?' m ' ' i t ii- it.i t i. r rf-i wuvuiuvio. iu ii I vacant, noiumg tnai oosepn r.. r-. . , :8 Clark & Co. Incorporated Phones: 79 and 118. Procter a 711 em ora I Qncizinaii JUST IN mm cM$f ' '-1 If you are considering having a shaft or memorial of any" style erect ed, or a simple stone to mark the grave of a loved one, do not fail to see our new shipment of two car loads of new granites just veccived from arre, Vt. We now have the largest stock in Western Kentucky, newest designs, in light and dark granite from one of the leading firms in Vermont. Our finishers are experienced and pains taking. We guarantee satisfaction and pnmpt service. . 40 33 . . . . i uaru, ney, Democrat, wno contested cer- LanJ( pun Jeaf lb 30 ger's election, did not receive a plur- Eggg fregh( doj. 4Q ahty in the election last year, vvnn- Mttef per lb out a record vote, the House also di- gUj,ar per n rectea peaKer uuieite to noiuy nie Qffg -r- Wisconsin Governor of the vacancy Irish p" in the state legislature so mat Sweet potatoes, lh ... . 6 special election may be called to Cabbage, new........ 8 choose a new member. . Cheese, cream, lb ... . 40 Consideration of the right of Ber- Oranges, per doz 50 ger to a seat proceeded amidst some Lemons, per doz 45 what of an uproar in the House Grapefruit, each ...10 chambers and with crowded gallery. Evaporated apples, lb . 17 A detail of capitol police guarded Evaporated peaches, lb 20 . A 1 the entrance of the men's galanes. 30 65 40 30 45 35 45 45 50 65 75 60 12 45 6 10 45 90 50 15 20 30 MrCLAID & ARMSTRONG dl Aon Honkinsville. Ky. 2nd and Main Sts 1 UUI1C -xvr. I Berger's wife and nephew were in the public gallery until , shortly be fore the roll call, but Berger him self, after alternating during the de bate between' the chajnber and the lobbies, left just as the vote began. The resolution on which the House acted in refusing Burger a seat f ol I lows the unanimous report of the Elections Committee reciting his al leged seditions utterances and dis I loyal activities during the war, and said: - - I "Resolved, that under the facts i and circumstances of this case, Vic tor L. Berger is not entitled to take the oath of office as a representative in this House from the Fifth Con gression district of the State of Wis consin or to hold a seat therein as such representative." Explaining his activities, speeches and articles, but making no defense, Berger attacked the executive branch of the government and then turned on members, "rubber stamps of the administration." This drew from Representative Blantoif, Demo crat, Texas, the demand that he con fine his remarks to his own activities in ronnection with the war. Berger that his exclusion as a mem VHM't) u. t r.nn trress "would be a cut-and- dried affair because I am a Socialist ll Apples, peck 90 1.26 Country Produce Dealers buy at the following prices; HIDES Dry flint, 30c; salted 28c;L green salted, 22c fresh, 19c; sheep skins, 25c S1.00; goat and kid skins, 20 to 60c; horse hides, $500 $6.00. WOOL Washed, spring clip, 65c; unwashed, 47c & 50c: burry, 30c 45c. METALS Copper, per lb, 9 11c; brass, 7c 11c; scraps iron, 30c to 40c per 100 lb ; aluminum, 16c zinc, 2c; lead 3c; battery lead, zc; block tin, 44c; tinfoil, 30c; old rub ber tires, 2 to 21ic; innertubes, mix ed 7c 8c. BEESWAX Per 16 , 35c. WILD ROOTS Ginseng, wild, $12 $13 per lb; golden seal, $4.00; pink root, 20c; mayupple, 5c; blood ror. 7c; star root, 25". FEATHERS According to color and kind, 15 to 45c. New Goose feathers, 90c. TALLOW Per lb, 7 8c. When you have your Plumbing done you wi l save money by hav ing it well done. Our plumbers are experts in their line and our work of the best See Us For Tin Work, Roofing and "Ever- lastic" Roof Painting. Hot Water and Hot Air Heating Phone 270-Hopkinsville, Ky . 6 MAI T A I TT TTT7C? I IN REAL ESTATE C- RADFORD E. mi L In Office of Wallace Inst ance Agency. Phone 395. Children Cry - FOR FLETCHER'S PASTOR I A The Keivickian $2.00 a year. Subscribe for THE KENTUCKIAN Make your home bright These long winter nights By Reading THE KENTUCKIAN Only $2.00 H - 51 i 1 1 i . - ,, ,, ,n ' ,1flh..cMru.ur..-..vi f ill (Frsug i M5?sri ( - E ' ' " ' . . t V x. ti l ': II M !