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Hopkinsville Kentuckian. (Hopkinsville, Ky.) 1889-1918, May 12, 1899, Image 1

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A Bloody Tragedy in Okolona
Miss
Four PromitftMen Engage In a
Difflculttteiufall of Them
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Meridian Miss- May 10 At
Okolona Miss last night a trag
edy occurred as a result of which
four men among the most promi
nent in town are dead
Dr William Murphy became in
volved in a dispute with Charles D
Clarke over a bill which the Doc
tor claimed Clarke owed him A
fight was precipitated Clarke
drew a knife am severed the phys
icians jugular vein
Howaad Murphy the physicians
son rushed up with a revolver and
shot Clarke killing him
Walter Clarke Clarkes brother
came up and engaged Howard Mur
phy in a duel with pistols and both
were killed
THE DIVORCE CALENDAR
Three More Parties Seek to Have
Matrimonial Bonds Annulled
Kitty Colbert who was married
to Wm Colbert in Jan 94 alleges
that her husband abandoned her
the following August and has been
absent from the state four years
This case is set for the September
term of Circuit Court She asks to
be divorced
Emily Majors sues for divorce
from her husband Phil Major and
charges cruelty and failure to pro
vide
Anna Gold vs Samuel Gold is
the style of another action for di
vorce The netition alleges that
they only lived together about one
year ilainnir cnarges crueiiy
SHOT IN THE SHOULDER
Cinch Hughes Resists Arrest
and is Taken by Force
John Knight the colored consta
ble attempted to arrest Cinch
Hughes col Tuesday on a capias
Hughes resisted and commenced
throwing rocks at the officer The
constable then shot him in the
shoulder Hughes was not very
badly wounded and took to his
heels Knight gave chase and
came up with his man near the
asylum With the assistance of
some of the asylum force the negro
was finally bound hand and foot
and was then taken to the work
house to serve out a thirty clays
fine
MRS STITES
Death of the Widow of a Former
Judge
Mrs Caroline M Stites died of
old age late Tuesday afternoon at
the residence of her son Judge
Henry S Barker at Transit and
Pinzer avenue She was 76 years
old and had been in feeble health
for some time She was the widow
of the late Judge Henry J Stites
for many years judge of the Jeffer
son Court of Common Pleas and
the Kentucky Court of Appeals
She was the mother of Judge Bar
ker Mr Maxwell Barker and Mr
Richard II Barker Dispatch
HARLEY- FINN
Marriage of a Young Couple Near
White Plains
Mr Henry Harley a well known
young farmer of the White Plains
country and Miss Kate Finn of the
same neighborhood were united in
marriage last Sunday afternoon
The ceremony took place at the
residence of Mr Alvin Gibson an
intimate friend of the groom
Miss Marion Lander returned to
NasTiville this morning after a
if several weMHto relatives
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HOPKINSVILLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY MAY 12 1899
FOUR MEN DEAD
Our
We are showing a beautiful
line of New Spring Hosiery
25c Ladies fast black very
fine and smooth worth
35c
25c Ladies plain Lisle Thread
fast black worth 35c
25c Ladies drop stitch fast
black worth 35c
40c Ladies very fine gnage
fast black worth 50c
50c Ladies fine drop stitch
and low striped worth
60c
10c Boys and girls school hose
fast black worth 15c
These are genuine bargains
and you must see them to ap
preciate them
Novelties in
Dress Goods
Exclusive styles a match
less stock Prices reduced on
several lines far below cost to
close them out
25c All wool Checks Plaids
and Mixed bright and
pretty styles worth 65c
50c All wool 42 inch Serges
blacks blues greens and
browns worth 65c
75c AH wool Poplins in new
shades worth 100
50c A large variety of goods
out of the Latham stock
worth from 100 to 250 per
yard
35c All wool novelty black
goods worth 60c
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Tomorrow Morning
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starts a mighty trade movement for May An extraordinary event
made necessary in condiieting wide-a-wake merchandising All
Spring Goods nmst be sold We never carry over goods from one
season to another
Read Carefully Every Item
And Remember You Will Find Everything as Advertised
Hosiery
New
Wash Goods
5c 36 inch Percale pretty
spring styles worth 7 3 2a
Qo 36 in Percale large assort
ment styles to select from
over 3000 yards worth 10c
9c Our best 36 in Percale
worth 12 l 2c
5c A very pretty Sheer Mus
lin and Linen effect Batist
well worth 10c
8c Pretty styles figured Dim
ities light and dark col
ors worth 12 l 2c
10c New lot Jackonette Cloth
just opened worth 15c
12oC Organdy Cordons kind
we have been selling at
16 2 3c
8 c Pretty spring style Colored
Piques worth 15c
11c Pretty spring style Colored
Piques worth 15c
20c The new style Colored
Piques worth 25c
40c French Ginghams gauze
effects worth 65c
White Goods
Our line of White Goods is
the largest and best selected
in the city and besides we
claim to SAVE YOU FROM
10 to 25 PER CENT on the
price 20 cents for a line of
Corded Novelties for shirt
waists worth 30c Some of
our finest Swiss Embroideries
have been reduced 25 per cent
in price
A Visit To Our Store Will Pay You
There are three things to be ConsideredStyle Quality and Price
We show you the styles you judge the quality the price sells
the goods You are invited to come
GANT SLAYDEN
MAIN STREET
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