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Hopkinsville Kentuckian. (Hopkinsville, Ky.) 1889-1918, May 19, 1899, Image 1

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HOPKINSV1LLE KENTUCKY FRIDAY MAY 19 1899
ONCE MORE
Hopkinsville Soldier Boys Back
From The Hungry Army
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will Substitute Strawberries For
Embalmed Beef and Canned
Horse Heat
The first of the returning soldiers
who were mustered but at Savan
nah this week arriv ed this morn
ing There were about 30 Hopkins
ville boys who remained to be mus
tered out Of these twenty came in
the advance guard The others
were left scattered along the road
at various stop over points between
here and Savannah They will
come in on later trains some to
night some to morrow and it may
be ti week before all return
Dr Austin Bell the surgeon of
the Third Regiment was one of the
first to step off the train He is in
the best of health and looking un
usually youthful having cut off his
beard and moustache
Hiram Thomas also held an ova
tion in front of his old stand at
the Racket
Charlie Jackson was the center
of a crowd at the postoffice wherQ
much handshaking was indulged in
Lieut Bob Payne was with the
first arrivals and was warmly
greeted by his friends
The others who came wereE H
Brown Will Starling Otho
Vaughan Dave Berry J B Nixon
Elon Zimmer Frank Pattin J E
Buchanan Felix Robinson Wm
Witty Trabue Anderson E P
Morgan John Stites W J Couch
Jesse Spiceland and Jim Wootton
Lieut Col Henry remained in
Savannah for a few days
Gano Bullard is also at Savan
nah He broke a finger playing ball
a few days ago and was having
trouble with his hand that may
make amputation necessary
Mike Pritchett a member of Com
pany A of Madisonville fell under
a train at a station in Georgia and
had one leg so badly mangled that
it had to be cut off Dr Bell left
him in charge of local surgeons
The soldier boys were jriven a
reception at the armory last night
the hall having been tendered by
Mr M L Elb After a strawber
ry supper the tables were cleared
away and there was a dance in
which the young people generally
took part
Died of Consumption
Mollie Croney col wife of Jack
Croney died in the city Wednesday
of consumption aged 34 years
455 GALLONS
Fine
Berries
Delivered
Yesterday
Morning
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For Preserving
UNPRECEDENTED
BUSINESSS
More to Follow
Wallis Grocery
OF EVERY KIND
Many Items of Local Interest
Freshly -Served
If It 1s New and True You
Find It In These
Columns
Will
Up to yesterday noon 71 new
suits had been filed for the June
term of Circuit Court Of this num
ber 29 are for divorces
Lucinda Maybery col sues for
divorce from John Maybery alleg
ing abandonment and failure to
provide They were married in May
1897 and lived together less than a
year
Charles Lindsay col wants a
legal separation from his wife
Mary Lindsav In the petition
abandonment is charged They
were married in 95 and lived to-
Rebecca Buckner col vs George
Buckner is the style of a divorce
suit filed Wednesday They were
married in 88 and lived together
one year bince that time Keoecca
state that they have been separated
Mariah Guier col asks that the
bonds of matrimony existing be
tween herself and her husband
Peter Guier be legally served The
petition states that they were mar
ried in 1888 and in 1892 they were
separated and have since been liv
ing apart
Nick Parish col desires the
matrimonial bonds between himself
and wife Maggie Parish dissolved
The petition states that they were
married in 96 lived together until
May 5 1899 and alleges lascivious
conduct
CLAGGETT AkCLENDON
Popular Young Farmer and Pretty
Aliss AlcCIendon flarry
A pretty wedding took place at
the home of the brides father Mr
D J McClendon near the city at
8 oclock p m Wednesday
The contracting parties were Mr
J Dan Claggett a prominent young
farmer and Miss Paralee McClen
don a very pretty and popular
young lady Dr M B DeWitt of
the Cumberland Presbyterian
church perlormed the ceremony in
the presence of a fe v relatives and
friends of the young people
ELEVENHUNDREDHOGSHEADS
Sales of Tobacco This Week Larg
est of the Season
I The sales of the weed on the
breaks this week were thelargest
of the season Theofferings amount
ed to about eleven hundred hog
heads Rejections were also larger
than heretofore The market is
quotedas irregularand slightly
lower than last week Finetogood
leaf ranged in price from 11 to 9
medium leaf from 795 to 650
common leaf from 650 to 5 and
lugs run from 5 to 280 Receipts
are heavy
SLOANE BRONAUGH
A Former Hopkinsville Girl Wed
ded at Madisonville
The Madisonville Hustler of May
12 says
Much to the surprise of their
many friends Mr Bryant F Sloane
and Miss Minnie Bronaugh were
quietly married at the residence of
the brides mother Mrs Lizzie
Brasher on Noel street at 830
oclock Wednesday evening
The affair was kept very quiet
and only the immediate families
knew of the event until it had oc
curred
Will Try it Again
Washington May 16 Christo
pher J Hickman of Kentucky was
one of the nineteen candidates who
reported at the Naval Academy
Annapolis yesterday for the May
examination
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you might be a rich man if you go on wast
ing you will never have a competency
One way you waste is to pay more for
your clothing than is necessary to get the
best The way we can help you is to give
you better values for your money than any
house in town We have specially a very
stiong line of
Childrens Suits
Hanging in prices from
25e to 500
Mens business Suits all wool in cassimers
worsteds cheviots serges 100 styles to
show you from
500 TO 1000
Mens Dress Suits and fine
that never fail to please
body from
business Suits
Can fit every-
1000 TO 1500
J T WALL CO
Successors to Mammoth Clothing Shoe Po
Que word about Refrigerators
I Jont buy until you have examined the
JdOKLESS at our store -
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emember they cost but
Jittle more than cheap ones and
rasily pay for themselves in the
aving of ice and LIFE
JJtoP in when you are down town
THOMPSON BASSETT
Monuments
Each dollar saved on a monument or any cemetery work
we do for you is that amount made for you Look at the
matter from a business standpoint Seo our work latest
designs etc aucl give your orderB to your home shop We
erect anything iu the monumental line Your order
solicited
ROBT H BROWN
7th and Virginia Streets Hopkinsville Ky
GUS BOURLAND DEAD
Expired at the Home of His Father
Near Crofton
Crofton Ky May 18 Mr A G
Bourland familiarly known as
Gus Bourland died last evening
at the home of his father Mr Jesse
Bourland three miles west of this
place after an illness of about two
years of consumption He was 49
years old and leaves two sons
In February last Mr Bourland
went to Asheville N C hoping to
obtain relief but be was not bene
fited and returned home in March
He was a mason and his remains
will be buried here to morrow with
masonic honors Nitram
For Whooping- Cough ABthma
Bronchitis or Consumption no med
icine equals COUSSENS HONEY
OF TAR Price 25 and 50 eta For
sale by JR C HardwiekdruggiBt
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