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Hopkinsville Kentuckian. (Hopkinsville, Ky.) 1889-1918, November 28, 1905, Image 1

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VOL XXV IIIHOPKINSVILLE KEfTUCKY Jt TUESDAY NOVElfpER 28 l9a INOf42
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CASE GOES OVER
To January and Judge Bush =
Returns Home
Judge C H Bush has returned
n Paducah after spending two
4 ays there Judge Bush was ap
pointed by the governor to sit in an
important case in which plaintiff
wants to seiriialuew deed he claims
he executed transferring his inter
est in certain property to his recent
ly deceased father The defendant
claims plaintiff never had any inter
est in the property nor deeded any
to his father
The lawyers filed pleadings an d
other documents and then Judge
Bush continued the proceedings un
til January when the case will come
up for trial
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JAS A YOUNG Jr
Asst Cashier
11 THE CITIBANK
CAPITAL 60000
Surplus and Undivided Profits 70000
The surplus of this bank every dollar of which has been
earned is larger than r that of all other Banks in Christian county combined
and in proportion to capital ranks among the very first in whole State
of Kentucky
Interest Paid oa Time Certificates of Deposit
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LN CONDUCTORS I
Leave Thursday For Visit to
City of Mexico
Several conductors on the L N
railroad leave this week for St Louis
to take the special train of the Old
Reliable Conductors Insurance Asso
ciation for the City of Mexico where
the next annual convention will beheld
M W A < I + A V I
held from Dec 6 to the 10 inclusive
Cap < F C Gephart of this city
Conductor of the Hopkinsville accom
modation will go with the party
He will be joined here by conductors
Smith Beaver and Billings of the
L N main line The special train
leaves St Louis Thursday and the
party will spend about three weeks
in the Land of Montezuma
THANKSGIVING If
THANKSOIVINOUNION j
UNION SERVIG
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Will Be Held This Year a
The Baptist > 1
Church 1
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DR LYON TO PREACH H
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All of the Local Pastors TO
Take Part In the > 3
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Meeting
The custom of having a union
Thanksgiving Service will be obs < Fv
ed by the local churches again this
year The meeting will be held iJ
time at the Baptist church nexjjj
Thursday morning Thanksgiving
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Rev A P > Lyon the new pastor
of the Methodist church will preach
the sermon but all of the other pas
tors whose churches will take part
will assist in the services
The choir will be made up from the
best singers in the several choirs and
the music is expected to be feature
This custom of uniting in one service
has been observed in Hopkinsville for
many years app the meetings have
heretofore been held at the Taber
nacle
REVIVAL CLOSES
Meeting at Shiloh Resulted in
Several Conversions
The series of meetings which had
been in progress at Shiloh Methodist
church neftr Gracey for three weeks
came to ii close Friday night The
meeting was conducted by the pas
tor Rev WT Miller of this city
There were several conversions and
additions to the church
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Official Toothpuller °
IB resolution providing for the ap I
point ent of a dentist to serve at
the public expense in the care of the
teeth of school children will be offered
at the next meeting of the Louisville
School Board
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Mr Mann Herndon of Nashville
is here on a visit of a few days to
his parents
MAY PROVE =
PROVEFATAL
SHOTfe
Ipe West Shot in the Neck
in the Dark Sunday
j Morning
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MARTIALLY PARALYZED
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G f imbed Back Stairway and
Tried to Break inMis
taken For Burglar
Joe M West a carpenter is lying
Jin a critical condition at the home of
Jus father Constable William H
Jest on West 7th street from a
wound by a pistol shot fired by his
+ sister Miss Fannie West last Sun
day morning
Reports are to the Affect that
> Young West went home about one
o clock in the morning very drunk
He found his way up a back stair
way to a door opening into the hall I
When he reached the door he began
funding on it and tried to force it
open which alarmed his sister who
bras asleep in her room on the second
floor Her fathers room is on the
bound floor and Miss West becom
ing very much frightened supposing
a burglar was trying to get into the
house called and receiving no an
swer opened the door and fired into
the darkness Just as she fired tbe
door gave way and West falling for
ward caught the ball in the left side
of his neck The ball passed around
ranging downward as the victim
was falling when he received the
shot and lodged somewhere in the
right shoulder Up to yesterday
morning Dr Jackson who was sum
moned when the accident occurred
said that he had not then located the
ball
It was not supposed Sunday that
West could survive through the clay
and at night he was reported to have
about neared the end and that his
lower extremities were paralyzed
West is said to be a heavy drinker
at times and when drunk goes home
in a quarrelsome mood making him
self quite disagreeable His sister
has been her fathers housekeeper
since her mothers death several
years ago She is in great trouble
about being the innocent cause of
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Bootee as it is made today is fhe beat combination
shoe and bootee that is made The fact that eaoh 5easct
records larger sales justifies usin the belief that they
are a q near perfect as highclass combination shoecan
be made We >
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bear the distinction of selling more of them than any
other house handling a similar production Do not buy
any imitation get the genuine Hooker Bootee if you
want the best
ire Are the Sole JJ
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what may yet prove Her younger
brothers death and has the deepest
sympathy of her friends and ac
quaintances Her father is one of
the beet known men in the county
having served term after term as
constable of the city district and has
acquired quite a reputation as a
Stock breeder He is deservedly
popular and has the sympathy of all
in the deep trouble that has made
its way into his home
three West children is a grass widower and has II
BIG DAMAGE
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Asked For by Plaintiff4n Suit
Against I iC 1
Suit for 20fUi30 magcshas been mi
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filed at Eddy ville against the Illinois II
Central railroad company for the
killing of Jesse Ratcliff formerly of
this county last Sprihgi Judge J
T Hanbery of this city is attorney
for the plaintiff and prepared the
papers hv the ease
L M1 III
Begins Next Friday Dec 1st
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With prices on all merchandise everywhere else flirting with the stars it will cause won
a der and astonishment when you read our bargain sheet over and note the remarkably low
prices we are making on firstclass dependable goods The past two weeks spent in and
around New York attending auction sales almost daily and cleaning up at private sales
many lots of firstclass merchandise at a fractional part of first cost is the only explanation
for this sale The bargain sheet was mailed to you direct call for it at your postoffice
Remember the date Friday Dec 1st and continues 14 days Store closed all day Thursday
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