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VOL XXVII < rt ti HOPKINSVILLE KENf JCKY SATURDAY DECEMBER 2 1905 NO 144
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It is conceded By our customers that the Hocker
Bootee as it is made today is the best combination
shoe and bootee that is made The fact that 1 each season
recordSlarger sales justifies us in the belief What they
are aq near perfect as ahighclfils combinatioj Jfrshoe can
be made We jijd t
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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 v genuine Hocker Bootee if you
want the best
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Cashier
1tECITY BANK
CAPITAL > 60000
SurpluSiartl Undivided Profits 70000
The surplus of this bank every dollar of which has been
earned is larger than 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 Paidrott Time Certificates of Deposit
Ban f i Hopkinslille
INCORPOI4rEpI
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CAPITAL STOCK PAID IN 100000
SURPLUS 1 > Wx f 33000
Asoy
BHBY C ANT President
J B McPHERSON iX H L McPHEBSON
Cashier Asst Cashier
With the largest COMBINED CAPITAL
AND SURPLUS OF ANY BANK IN
CHRISTIAN COUNTY we are prepared to
to offer our customers every facility in the
conduct of their business
Interest Paid on Time Certificates of Deposit
You Have
Valualbes
Well worth pro
servl n g fro m
Theft and Fire
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Deeds
Title
Papers
Mortgages
Mortonies
Recel
Lifo Policies
Fire Policies
Jewelry
Silverware
Souvenirs
Heirlooms Etc
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JAS A YOUNG Jr
Asst Cashier
Yqu Need a
Safe and Pri
vate Place
to keep all these
with ready access
any business day
We suggust that
you try a SAFE
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Washington Dec 1 Arranges I
ments for the opening of the Fifty
ninth congress first session are
practically completed A number of
important and interesting changes i
have been made at the capital in
anticipation of the reassembling of
the national legislative body which
will be gratefully received by those
of the members who know or care
about such things
An extensive new ventilating sys
tem has been put in and other chang
es in the interior have been made
which are distinctly noticeable The
entire building has been given a
thorough cleaning until there is not
a vestige of the dirt that in some
places have not been disturbed for
half a century This is particularly
the case with the rotunda which has
been restored so that it looks as
clean and new as it did fifty years
ago when it was first completed
FEW CHANGES
Expected To Be Made In Per
sonnelof City Officials
The old Council held its last meet
ing last night and the new council
which qualifies Monday it is Under
stood will meet Monday night and
fix salaries and select the appointive e
officers Nearly all of the officers
are candidates for reelection and the
indications are that there will not be
many changes made
The principal officials who are not
candidates for re lectionar Mayor
Jouett Henry CityAttorne J T
Hanberry and CityClerk John C
DuffySeveral
Several changes are expected to be
made in the police force The fire
department will probably be reelect
ed as a whole There are about
thirty officers to be elected in all
BIG SUIT FILED
Plaintiff Asks 25000 Dam
iL ages of Defendant
J D Stolls administrator of his
father T 0 Stolls has filed suit in
Trigg circuit court against the Ry
man Steamboat Line for 25000
damages by reason of the death of
T 0 Stolls It is alleged that T 0
tolls who was drowned in Cumber
land river last August was either
killed and thrown overboard or carelessly
lessly allowed to fall overboard on
said boat near Canton
PLENTY OF GOOD THINGS
Brit No Turkey For the Con
victs at Frankfort
Frankfort Ky Dec 1No work
was done yesterday in the state pen
itentiary the prisoners being given
a holiday on account of Thanksgiv
ing No turkey was eerved on ac
count of the high price of that bird
but the prisoners had a good dinner
with pies and cakes Religious ser
vices were held in the morning in the
chapel In the afternoon the men
loafed
Mrs Morton Dead
Mrs Jno G Morton wife of the
venerable Madisonville banker I and
capitalist died this week aged 76
years She was the mother of six
children Those living are Mrs J
X M Pherson Mrs J G B Hall
and W 0 Norton There tro a
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number of grandchildren I
P WEST DIED
t fROM INJURIES
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limped From Pistol Shot in
t ids of His Ulster Sat
ifurday Night j
DEPLORABLE AFFAIR
Said From First Be Would
lie and Exonerated Sister
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jo M West who was shot by hi
SIS er Miss Fannie West last Satur
gajyiiight died at 710 Tnursday
night He was buried in Hopewell
Cemetery yesterday afternoqn the
funeral services being conducted by
Rev sA P Lyon of the Methodist
church
cVurcjilMri
lMri West leaves three children
align aged 15 who lives with his
grandfather Constable W H West
and t vo daughters one of whom is
attending school in Nashville Mr
West married a young woman from
theupper part ofthe State but they
haVe not lived together for several
yearst
Mr West worked about oVer the
country as a carpenter He had
been working at Pembroke for a
while When working in or near
the city he made his fathers house
his home He came down from
Pembroke Saturday and during the
day some time unfortunately fell in
with some of his old and bad asso
dates and became intoxicated A
little after midnight he went to his
father home and finding the house
locked up and everybody asleep he
was at a loss what to do He man
mant
aged to find his way up a back stair
way and making several attempts
to force the door open finally suc
ceed But just as the door gave
way hereceived a pistol ball in his
neck asiewas falling into the door
after it had yielded to his weight
The pistol was fired at random in
the dark by his sister who thought
that a burglar had broken into the
room which she always occupied
herselfTh6next
The next morning after the shoot
ing occurred Mr West told the mem
bers of his family that he was going
to die that he would never recover
but thathe did not blame his sister
for shooting him that he deserved to
dieMiss
Miss West his sister wno fired
the shot to frighten the supposed
burglar from the house said that
she did not know her brother was in
the city and of course can be
blamed by no one for the act She
is in the greatest sorrow over the af
fair and has the deepest sympathy y
of her friends and acquaintance
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YOUTHf
Sargent Givey a Victim of
Consumption
Sargent Olvey son of Mrs Virgin
ia Olvey died yesterday morning at
3 oclock at the home of his mother
on West Seventeenth street after an
illness of several months of con
sumption aged 18 years Ho was a
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cigar maker and a youth who had
many friends He had only been
confined to his bed two months
Funeral services will be held at
the residence this morning at 10
oclock by Dr C H Nash and the
interment will take place in Hope
well cemetery
JOHN CHEANEYS CASE
Is Called and Postponed to
Next Thursday
Tho case pf the commonwealth J
against Jo u ipheaney for the mur
der of Maude Ellis alias Mrs Scott
was celled in Judge Fowlers court
yesterday By agreement of coun
sel the case was continued to next
Thursday
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Hopkinsville Boy In Debate
In NashVille
Wednesdaye
night the annual Thanksgiving de
bate between the Philosophic and
Dialectic Literary societies were
won by the Dialectic Resolved
that the time was now come when
the policy of the protective tariff
should be abandoned by the United
States was the question Ashby
LloydA
academic 06 represented the nega
tive side of the question and J E
rQhjjppeyA academic QSand R
Amburg academic 05 represented
the affirmative All of the debators
are from Kentucky
A rejoiner was allowed each speak
er the force of which did much to
break down points previously made
Dr R B Blake Gen W H
Washington and Reau E Folk acted
judgesn
judgesGen
Gen Washington who announced
the decision said that the discussion
on either side was very creditable
1and showed that great things were
to be expected from the debators
American
GOES TO MISSOURI
Rev Fred Whittenbraker Re
signs Pastorate at Sink
ing Fork
hasn
resigned his pastorate of Sinking
Fork Baptist church and accepted a
call to a church at Novinger Mo
aty
Sinking Fork last Sunday and he will
leave in a few days for his new home
taking his family with him Mr
Whittenbraker has been pastor of
the Sinking Fork church for the last
six years and has given great satis
faction to his church and has been
popular as a preacher with the people
generally He will take with him to
his new home the good wishes of a
large circle of Kentucky friends He
is not only a minister of much success
in his work but is personally a gen
tleman of many endearing traits of
character
GOING TO MEMPHIS
Rev I N Strother Resigns
As Pastor at Cadiz
Rov I N Strother pastor of the
Baptist churches at Cadiz Rocky
Ridge and West Union has accepted
a call to the pastorate of the Seventh
Street Baptist church in Memphis
Tenn and will leave Cadiz the first
of the year for his new field of labor
Nomore popular minister eve rlived
in Cadiz than Rev Mr Strother and
the departure of himand his most ox
cellent family will be the scoUrce of
very deep regret upon the part of the
entire community
His successor at CadizRocky Ridge 1
and West Union has not yet been
selected Cadiz Record
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SPORTSMAN DROWNED
Lum Cain Lbses His Life
While Duck Hunting
Lum Cain of Clarksville aged
twentyseven years was drowned
Thursday morning in jri River In
company with fourojtbejsi Will Jack
son Arthur Hooton Arthur West
ernbergerandAndy Cam the men
went duck hunting The canoe struck
a whirlpool and capsized till with
the exception of Lum Caki succeeded
in reaching shore The unfortunate
young man had been marri4tl only
four weeks
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Absolute correct time
from our Western Union
electric clock iby phone
or visit
visitThelma
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fume
Prompt service in obtaining
taming trained nurses
without cost to you
Gunthers Candies
All the leading Mag
azines on sale every day
Haubigants Perfume
and Face Powder
Kentucky Belle Cigars
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and the best drinks at
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