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Hopkinsville Kentuckian. (Hopkinsville, Ky.) 1889-1918, October 23, 1900, Image 8

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Chicago Grain Market
Chicago Oct 22Speclal
Oct wheat opened 73 J closed 73 > i
Dec wheat opened at 74f close d
at 74 U November wheat opened
at 74closed at 74i October corn
opened at40ji closed at 40J4 Novem
ber corn opened at 371i closed at
37 S December corn opened at
openedk is
opened at 211 closed at 213
HERE AND THERE
Dr E N Fruit D4ntiat tullloo ov ir
City Bunk HopkiiiBville Ky
FOR SALEMy farm on the Gain
ton pike V JOB VEILI
Buy your SUboa of Jeff Mprjijta
He can fit you > lu any style ahc
I guarantees satisfaction 3var
Claude plnrks grocery
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Wild Gooso Liniment cures rlio U
I matisoii and noumlgiu 25a ntal
I druggists I have soma nice l mutes for sale
from 164 to 10 hands high
C H LATNE j
All kinds of shoe repairing d ne
on short notice by Jeff Morris up
stairs over ClarkVgfdcery
A W Pyle Embalmer and Under
taker Phone answered day or night
promtply
A daughter b f Jasper Brown
col of near Casky died Sunday
night µ
Mrs Lula Gary has moved to Mr
Jas F Pyles on Virginia street and
will begin sewing Oct 6 She has
splendid help
YALE COFFEES are blended
by experts and roasted by the new
process which preserves the
strength and fine flavor You will
save 25 per cent by their use Sold
by N L McKee I
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Dressmaking by Mrs E JI
Foster Over Mrs Laynes
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The County Sup Jintendent is in
receipt of the report of the HopI
kinsville schools for 1900 It is a 1
41 page pamphlet filled with infor
mation concerning the schools of
that thriving city Supt Livings t
tone McCartney keeps the schools
of Hopkinsville on a high plane
Henderson Gleaner
J C Johnsoon has been appoint a
ed administrator of the estate of i
Jas W Boyd deceased with Mon I
roe Boyd as surety H C Myers J 0
W Miles and F M Morris were I
chosen as appraisers J T Walk il
er was appointed administrator of c
F N Coopers estate Sheriff p
Barnes was named as surety H
T Fruit L R King and R L c
Woodburn were selected as ap
paisers
ROCKTHROWERS IN JAIL
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One of Them Wag Arrested in
This City
Springfield Tenn Oct 20Two j
negroes were placed in jail here c
yesterday by a Louisville anda
Nashville Railroad detective One J
of them was arrested at Hopkins C
ville Ky and the other here The l
charge against them was throwing
rocks into the St Louis passenger i
train while passing through here i
some weeks ago
agoTRIG
TRIG LANDI
Col Summers Sells His Farm
Near Montgomery
Col J E Summers has sold his
farmthe old Leonidas Lall place
near Montgomery to Creed Has
kins of Clarksville for SI 600 says
Ithe Cadiz Record There are 152
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t acres in thu tract Mr Huskm
will myve hie family to his new
home at onCt In connect n with
his faruing he will also operate a
Iblaclcamith shop at Montgomery
The Night John l poke
John Fehtud spoke nt Kennedy
on the night of the 18tjh call the
same night a raid was mndtbh the
henroost of JohnClardy col near by I
by tome ndvovnteof civil liberty
Increase of Pension
The pension of Harrison H Dulin
Kirkmansville was last week in
creased to12 per month
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DEATH WAS SUDDEN
Prominent Pembroke Planter Ex
pires After Few Hours Illness
Mr William B Carter a prom
nent young farmer of the Pembroke
neighborhood and oldest son of Mr
A L Carter died suddenly at his
shome Saturday morning
He has not been in very good
health for about a year and was
taken very ill Friday night dying
in a few hour
Mr Garter was n very successful
farmer and Was exceedingly pop
ular with all He had been a mem
ber of the Presbyterian church for
rieseveral years He leaves a wife
oldarl
erFuneral services were hold at
IJrbltJ late residence yesterday morn
ing by Dr J M dill of Elktdn
and the interment took place i n
Hopetvell Cemetery in the afternoon I i
CHILDS SUDDEN DEATH
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Taken III Saturday Afternoon and 1
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Died Yesterday
The little 7yearold son of Mr
James Phelps died rather isuddebly
istcrdaymorning He attended
school Friday and appeared to be
as well as usual but was taken
ill Saturday afternoon and connV
tied to grow worse until death re I
somer
throat trouble Theintermeut will 1
9tale place today 1
IfiAS GAS ii
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TG LITTLEHALES LESSEE
Still has his office in Hotel Latham
buildingand is prepared to attend
promptly toall the wants of Gas
Consumers If you have a com
plaint make it known and we
will give it as prompt attention as
though it were an order for a new
Gas Range A a large stock of
mantles and glass ware always on
handA
A WORD TO THE WISEIf you
do not now use Gas and desire a
brilliant and soft light a light
which will not injure theeyes which
will enable you to spend the long
winter evenings in pleasant study
alight which gives the maximum
illumination for the minimum cost
If this is whatyou desire leave your
order for WELSBACH BURNERS
In larger cities where it is a quest
ion of brilliant illumination at alow
cost there burners are rapidly sup
planting all others
Call up the Uas Office Phone 218
or Gas works 158 andd we will be
glad to call on you
GUAHAMSHARBER
riuhlenberg Groom and Christian
County Bride
Mr Saml Graham a prominent
young business man of Muhlenberg
county and Miss Fannie Sharber
very popular young lady of the
Johnsons country northeast
Christian were married last Thurs
day night by Rev Bilbrough The
wedding took place at the home of
the brides parents and was wit
nessed by a large crowd of friends
and relativey of the young people
FACE AND NECK
Badly Scalded Causing The Skin
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to Peel Off F
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The little 18monthsbld daughter
of Mr Thos F Clardy of Howell
was quite badly scalded last
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Thursday night A kettle of boil
ing water was overturned and the
in
hot fluid was tu awn over theI
all
childs face andI eck causing the
skin to peel off in flakes While 1
her injuries are very painful it ist
hnot thought that they will resulta tt
seriously a
seriouslySnug 51
Snug Sum Realized tI
The social given by the pupils of p
room No K of the Public School
Friday night was greatly enjoyed J
by the large crowd in attendance
Receipts were about S18 which I
amount will bI sedin making rome e
improvements in that roomc
Coal Contract Let
Mr G B Underwood was award
ed the contract for furnishing coal J
to the Western Asylum during the Ic
cqsui ng ear The contract calls
for about 125000 bushels I
iof
of the First Presbyterian church in oJ
Nashville has announced his retta
a
ijriintioi Ho will accept lcafl to
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PERSONAL GOSSIP
Mr Ellis A Cottrell of Madison
ville spent Sunday in the city
Dr R H Perry of Dawson via I
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ited his parents Sunday
Mrs W S Hale SsVthkjguest of I
relatives in Mayfield Apt
sMiss Mary Barbour has returned
1 rij
turned from a visit to fronds in
Cadiz i
rMr R E Coopper left yesterday
6day for New York On a bli8itiess
ultrip of several days 1
Mr T Coving ton of WtiOesboro
t orthCaroltna is hdH6ria visit to
his daughter Mrs 0 L Bass
Capt Cyrus S Ra toiC1i of the
United States Marines is visiting
friends and relatives in tM county
Mr J T Trahern has hr purchased
an interest in the drug atoreV of the
Trentdn Drug Compan arttl will
go to that place on OvJ
The Misses Cayceof Huntsville
Ala who had been pendihg the
summer with their aunt JVfrs W i
M Hill returned homevPriday
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NEW AND NOVEL
Features to be Presented on Occa
sion of Fireworks
The fireworks at Mercer Park 1
next Thursday night will be the
finest pyrotechnic display ever seen
this city beyond question and
allindications point to a tremen
dous crowd on the occasion The
program is a lengthy and most in 1
teresting one embracing many new
and novel features never before
seen here and those who witness
this display will certainly be well
paid 1
The little folks who love to read
the wondrous tales of Mother
Goose and to laugh at Palmer Coxs
Brownies are lookin forward to an
entirely novel festal night at Mer
eel Park on this occasion
Guthrie Meeting
Rev T B Larrimore began a
protracted meeting in the Christian
church at Guthrie Sunday
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r dines are perfect iii their class We ti Q
tJ also have air tight wood heaters that
EcO 1su e nearly all their own ashes iti1 I °
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see our stove display and our new line
Eof Jardinieres and Taborettes Table 1
F Cutlery Rogers Tripleplate Ware and
Old Fashioned Block Tinware
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SUTTON
THE TAILOR
Begs to annouuce to the people
of Hopkinsville that he soon
will inherit a large fortune from
England and that he wont have
to work much longer but to
keep myself in practice I will
clean and repair and put velvet
collars on overcoats c so 1
will not forget the trade I
served 7 years to learn and 25
years experiencebesidesall work
will be done gratis until the 1st
of January It is foolishness
to advertise I am going to quit
Hurry Up Hurry a Little
Hurry a Long to
SUTTON
The Tailor that Doesnt Be I
lieve in Advertising i
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Pheaton at a Bargain
Good second hand pheaton for
sale Newly painted and over I
hauled May be seen at Went
tees JfoplyM this qfiice i
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We Are Over Stocked ori j
t Nice Papers < < t it =
To reduce our stock vex will if +
J hang everything bought of us j at 15 s
r cents person and over I >
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Monuments v
It Is nonsense to bejove that can of
you buy some agent He
cheap aa you can of your home shop where you get the best
marble and granite at the lowest possible price If you wail
call and see our work and gt out prices you will find jquriell
yqurieUwen
W H SHANKLIN
7th itVir ioii Streets HopkijuvinJ f y
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