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Hopkinsville Kentuckian. (Hopkinsville, Ky.) 1889-1918, May 16, 1899, Image 5

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Are You Ever
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And la It not due to nervous exhaus
tion IIOW can TOU hare cottrarm
whon suffering with hoadacbo nerv
ous prostration and great physical
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Sarsapania
It remores the cause of your suffering-
because It removes all Impurities
fromJ our blood 100 All druggists
ToJteep In good health you must
have perfect action of the bowels
Ayers Fills cure constipation and
biliousness 25c a box
WeHm tm our Heefoca
Write ui freely all the particulars In
roar eate Address Du J O AYEB
Lowell Mui
THF ORANGE SALE
Inclement Weather Causes The
Crowd To Be Small
The regular annual sale of
Church Hill Grange Friday was al
most broken up by a rain that
lasted nearly all day The sun
came out about 930 and the sky
was clear until about 1230 The
sale was concluded under the dis
advantages of a drizzling rain in
the afternoon At times the rain
came in a down pour and the mud
was awful The crowd sought re
fuge in the church grange hall and
school house and the day was pleas
antly bpent in spite of the rain
The dinner was the best feature
There was enough for four such
crowds as the one on hand The
tal5 were spread in the yard of
theGrange Hall and fortunately
the meal was not interrupted by
rain
The report of the sales in detail
follows below
II D MOORE
1 red cow to Smith 3975
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2 steers to Wiley Parker 1200
CQw to Wiley Parker 2460
Ibull to L H Smithson 3050
1 roan heifer to P P Huffman
700
J W FOARD
2 steers to J CJohnson 9 00
J cow to M S Major 20 00
1 steer to M S Major 25 00
I P HUFFMAN
steers to W M Girard 46 00
1 bull to Wiley Parker 16 25
1 heifer to M D Boone 10 00
SMITH DICKINSON
1 mule to J Reed 75 00
W S CHEATHAM
6 lambs to J F Giles 3 00 each
H C WALDEN
2 head to J R Caudle 19 00
J A RADFORD
2 heifers to H C Walden 16 00
2 heifers to Max Myers 16 00
1 cow to H C Walden 15 00
L L LEAVELL
1 cow to J C Johnson 15 00
FOXHOLLOWAY
1 red bull to T E Caudle 28 00
A JEFFERSON
1 steer to J R Caudle 17 75
J F CLARDY
1 steer to Wiley Parker 37 50
1 heifer to P P Huffman 28 00
DAVE KIMERLING
1 cow to M S Major 20 00
h H SMITHSON
1 steer to M S Major 26 00
1 cow to W R Smith 45 00
E CAUDLE
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v Jersey cow to W K Smith
23 25
1 jersey cow to Max Myers 2000
1 black and white cow to II
Brame 20 00
1 spotted cow to Keatts 15 00
1 steer to J R Caudle 15 00
hf J F GILES
STbarren cow to W R Smith
cow to Wiley Parker 29 CO
icifer to Keatts 12 00
mll to Keatts 16 00
1 bull to Max Myers 9 25
1 black cow to Keatts 16 00
1 red cow to Keatts 25 00
1 bull calf to W S Cheatham
3100
3 roan steers to J F Giles 36 CO
2 heifers to Keatts 25 00
2 steers to M Adams 15 00
WALLACE WEST
7 head to B F Carloss 6 00 each
10 head to Nick Edwards 7 50
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head to V B Carter 5 25 each
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1 heifer to J P Giles 26 50
1 heifer to W West 23 00
11 C GREGORY
1 cow to Upshaw Buckner 21 00
i Jersey steer to Max Myers 13 00
J M GILES
13 cattle to D C Keatts 11 50
each
1 steer to D C Keatts 15 00
9 heifers to D C Keatts 7 50
each
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5 head to R C Myers 10 50 each
1 shorthorn bull calf to J P
Giles 30
R C GARY
1 Jersey heifer Upshaw Buckner
15 00
MISS TAQGARTS BODY
Father of One of the Victims of the
Paul Jones Disaster Iden
tifies His Childs
Remains
New Orleans La May 14 Ex
Mayor Taggart of Indianapolis
who went to Chandeleur Island to
view a body found there has iden
tified the remains as those of his
daughter Miss Florence Taggart
who was lost in the wreck of the
Louisville launch Paul Jones Jan
6
The body will be brought to this
city to morrow
A Texas Wonder
Hails Great Discovery
One small bottle of Halls Great
Discovey cures all kidney and blad
dertroubles removes gravel cures
diabetes seminal emissions weak
and lame back rheumatism and all ir
regularities of the kidneys and blad
der in both men and women Regu
lates bludder trouble in children If
not sold by jour druggist will be
sent by mail on receipt of 1 One
small bottle is two months treat
ment and will cure any case above
mentioned E W HALL
Sole manufacturer P 0 box 218
Waoo Texas
For sale by T D Armistead Hop
kinsville Kyi
KEAD THIS
Covington Ga Julv 23 1898
This is to certify that I have used
Dr Hall6 Great Discovery for ftheu
matism Kidney aud Bladder Trou
bles and will say that it is far super
ior to any thing I have ever used for
the above complaiuts Very res
pectfully
H I HORTON Ex Marshal
CAUSED BY CONSUMPTION
Mrs S C Rose Succumbs After a
Long Illness
Mrs Belle Rose wife of Mr S C
Rose who lives five miles northwest
of the city died last Wednesday
after a long illness of consumption
aged 32 years
She had been a member of the
Baptist church for several years
and leaves besides a husband and
four little children a host of friends
to mourn their loss
The interment took place at the
Mt Zoar church grave yard Thurs
day afternoon in the presence of a
large crowd of sorrowing friends
Three Colored Couples
Judge Cansler united in marriage
three colored couples Saturday
They were Charles Wallace to Dal
lie Allen N Griffin to Julie Blaine
and Henry Leavell to Lucy
Bronaugh
The
Louis
gunboat Nashville is at
Consumption
is robbed of its terrors bv
the fact that lhe best med
ical authorities state that it
is a curable disease and
one of the happy things
about it is that its victims
rarely ever lose hope
You know there are all sorts of
secret nostrums advertised to cure
consumption Some make absurd
claims Wc only say that if taken
in time and the laws of health arc
properly observed
will heal the inflammation of the
throat and lungs and nourish and
strengthen the body so that it can
throw off the disease
Wc have thousands of testi
monials where pcpple claim they
have been pennancntly cured of
this malady
50c and Sino all druggists
SCOTT BQWNE Chemists Nw YorV
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MILWAUKEE
Right Hand Binder
A genuine Milwaukee Right
Hand Binder -was set up on the
street Thursday afternoon and op
erated by Messrs J II Kroh B
F Everson S B Hicks S S Hol
lingsworth and T J Tandy repre
senting the McCormick General
agency at Evansville Ind
The exhibition was intended to
settle the disputed point as to
whether or not the Milwaukee peo
ple make a right hand binder
The McCormick Company is the
originator of the right hand binder
and it has been claimed that the
Milwaukee company did not make
a right hand machine In order to
prove McCormicks claim that the
Milwaukee people have recognized
the superior advantages of the
right hand binder their rivals in
business brought one of the right
hand Milwaukees to the city and
set it up Many of the most promi
nent farmers of the county were
present and agreed that the Mil
waukee right hand binder was in
many ways a close imitation of the
McCormick binder
Everything went off pleasantly
the rivalry between the agencies
being of an entirely friendly char
acter
CLAIM A PATENT
On a Farm Fence of Wire and
Rails
A great many farmers in Chris
tian county have been for years
using- a combination wire and rail
fence put up in the simplest manner
Instead of nailing slats to posts
ordinary rails have been used be
ing fastened by a wire looped over
the end of each rail and stapled to
the post between the rails Some
farmers have been using the simple
device for 20 years and nobody has
ever dreamed of the scheme being a
patented one
Last week two strangers ap
peared in the county claiming- to
have a patent 12 years old on the
process taken out by an Ohio man
and have been trying to sell farm
rights at three cents an acre and
where they found the fence in use
have demanded pay and threatened
the farmers with trouble in the
Federal Court They have met
with a hot reception at some places
They are still in the county but
we are unable to say what success
they are meeting with
Nothing has ever been produced to
equal or compare with TABLERS
BUCKEYE PILE OINTMENT as a
curative and healing application for
Piles Fissures blind aud bleeding
external or internal and Itching aud
Bleeding of the Rectum The relief
is immediate and cure iuallible
Price 25 ctB in bottle tubes 75 ctB
For sale by R C Hardwlck drug
gist
Sent to Work House
Will Scott and Jessie Cartright
both colored were tried before Judge
Cansler Friday on a charge of petit
larcony and sent to the work house
for GO days
BALLARDS SNOW LINIMENT
cures rheumatism Neuralgia Head
ache Sick Headache Sore Throat
Cuts Sprains Biuises Old Sores
Corusaud all pain and inflammation
Tho most penetrating liniment iu the
world Price 25cts and 50 ctB For
salo by R C Hard wick druggist
GAME CALLED
Only Three Innings PlayedScore
stood 5 to 4
The second of a series of games
of ball between the Empire and
Crofton mines was to have been
played out at Crofton Sunday Af
ter three innings had been played
a dispute arose as to wnetner a
ball was fair or foul It seems that
the umpires differed in their opin
ions and the game was called
When the question came up the
score stood 5 to 4 in favor of Crof
ton In a game at Empire the Sun
day before Crofton lost by a score
of 12 to 11
Elegant line new
Muslins just received
formerly sold at 25c
We bought them so
we can make the price
at 12 l 2c
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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 guage
fast black worth 50c
50c Ladies fine drop stitch
and low striped worth
60c
0d 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 All 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
3CT
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May
Price Killing
Tomorrow Morning V
starts a mighty trade movement for May An extraordinary event
made necessary in conducting wide-a-wake merchandising All
Spring G oods must be sold We never carry over goods from one
season to another
Read Carefully Every Item
V
And Remember You Will Find Everything as Advertised
Hosiery
New
Wash Goods
5c 36 inch Percale pretty
spring styles worth 7 l 2c
6c 36 in Percale large assort
ment scyles 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 10 c
8ic Pretty styles figured Dim
ities light and dark col
ors worth 12 l 2c
0c New lot Jackonette Cloth
just opened worth 15c
12oC Organdy Cordons kind
we have been selling at
16 2 3c
8c 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 G inghams gauze
effects worth 65c
White Goods
Our line of White G oods 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
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