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FEAST
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i Son Services at Baptist
Church and Charity
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1 AsExcell sings > j
i JMd You Count your blessings
Ivied you Name them one by one
1 Count your many blessings
H t I seeWhat God has done I
Many a poor family was remem
Bred Thursday
1The banks and most of the busi
r less houses closed
The public school children were
burned loose Wednesday and told
They would be excused until nex i
JJonday
jwork rural deliverers had doubl
work yesterday as a result of a day
< off
1 offIt
It was a cold day for hunting but
he fields and woods were full of
boys and men behind the guns
Armour who is said to have clear
f 4 f ed 80000 by cornering the turkey
market made prices go skyward in
r tIii large cities but everybody had his
J ktshare here
i The war on turkey at the Lun
atic Asylum was waged with a
4vengeance Some idea of the mag
f the inmates
orificent spread given to
their attendants and other employes
1I of the institution may be found
1from the fact that 150 turkeys were
r islain 10 gallons of oysters served in
1 f ° different styles a barrel of cran
I r berries made way with 100 large
cakes disappeared in a remarkably
i short time and 5 boxes of oranges
t y I
° ° were used It was a great and
s 1grand time out there and will not
be forgotten until next Christmas
i t day when Dr Board and his effi
cient staff will try and do even bet
i terthan yesterday though it is ai
Iiquestion as to whether they can ex
It l cel their Thanksgiving feast
So far we have not heard of any
one getting injured in this section
by somebody not knowing it was
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loaded JI
loadedQuail is getting scarce and many
of the Thanksgiving hunters had to
I kill rabbits or come home empty
i banded
Mr R EBerry the jolly and
j L popular steward of the Asylum
served a grand dinner to his friends
Thursday Turkey with cranberry
I J sauce and oyster accompaniments
numerous side dishes interlarded
with jokes repartee etc with ci
1 gars an the finale made the occa
t sion one of greatest enjoyment to
SMr Berrys guests
The union service at the Baptist
church was largely attended Rev
val
A P Lyon was the principal
f speaker but other pastors took part
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China I
= We have the largest and best as
I sorted stock of Fancy China aver
displayed in Hopkinsville Our 5c i
I lOc and 25c assortments cannot be
surpassed even in much larger
cities
We have an exquisite assortment of
h Japanese China ranging in prices
from 25c to 250 which we im
ported direct from Japan
Before making your Holiday pur
chase it will pay you to see our im
nfelise stddjfr
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It
I AW rOof SON f
Syccjegsors to Jack Meador
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AVERAGE OF onI
Fdf Each Day is the Recor
in Police Court
The amall number of arrests fptf
9th month of November ia olmoat
without precedent When it Is re
membered that the election was hold
in that month asvell as Thanksglv
ing festivities indulged in Novem
ber might bo pop ° dared the barmer
month for goadeliavior Foflow
ing is the list tatrcstsJ
Drunks L j rat1 1
Breaches of the peace h > 10
Carrying deadly weaponsJi 2
P 2e
Disorderly conduct 1
Assault and battery V X 1
House breaking + I tt 1
Beating board bill < v 1
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Total > < M 30
Fines were worked ou f by so few
that Mr E C Ourlaw has not had I
a br esufficient to keep the grin J
cipal streets in as good order as
uBunJ
JWe hardly think any city as lalge J
aaHppkinsville can put up as good a i
record the number of arrests aver
aging only one for each day of the 1
month 1
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Just Received
cropf
Sugars 1
DouseJ
Open Kettle
Molasses
Something extra
fancy Gall and I
sample I
KTo COOPER J
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Wholesale andRetail Grocers 1
A collection was taken up to be use din
for charitable purposes It was J
turned over to the Ladies Charita
ble Association The amounts
though smaller than it should have
been will do much for those in
want
While your guests were expressing
thanks for the fine dinner she serv
ed did you forget to thank your
wifeMany
Many farmers observed the day
by killing hogs but that didnt
spare the turkey
How nice it would have been to
have gone out to your friends von
the street cars to eat turkey with
him Another year may bring such
a blessing
18 PRISONERS
Jailer Boyd Now Has that
Number to Feed
The latter days of jailer John
Boyds term of office are probably
more remunerative than the first
He is now feeding 18 prisoners Mr
Boyd will turn over his keys to his
successor the first of January This
year he bought a good farm near the
city during this year and at t heIt
expiration of his term of office will
devote his time to farming He has
made a good officer and his familiar
face will be missed around the hall
of justice
esGrain Market
Corrected each issue by A Mo
Cooper Co Brokers successors to
M D Boales Phones Cumber
inn
Phoenix building Hopkinsville Ky
WHEA3 OPEN HIGH LOW CLOSE
Dec 85S 85g 85fc 85J
May 881 888 iv88J 83 a 3
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Dec 29Th 30 29J 295
May 32 821 32 32J
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PERSONAL t GOSSIP q
I MfeuthDlitiich is visiting Miss
MaryWliillipi h1 Bowling Green
Mrs Lillian fonts hag returned
from Greenville ICy
rMr Walter Radford 6f Pdm rbko
was in the city yeterdayV
Rev W F Car 1l111at of Russell
vibe was in towii Thursday
Miss Maude DawaoflOf Herndon
is visiting Miss Katie Mitchell
Misses Bessie Sih1slbf Bowling
Green will arrive Monday to visit
Miss Let Fairleigh
Leslie Tate came home from a
medical college in LoujayHlfj to visit
his parents Mr and Mrs TJTate
Thursday
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1Jamie McPherson of Louisville
came home Thursday on a visit to
1his parents Mr and Mrs J E Mc1
1Pherson
Little Misses Linda Mcpaniel and
Annie Green of Louisville came
down Wednesday to spend llianks
giving daywith relatives jj4v
Mr and Mrs D D Mckalii of
Pembroke spent Thanksgiving with
Mr and Mrs Herbert McJlath ofI
this city ° I
Mr James W Lander and wife re I
turned Wednesday from a visit to I
their sons at Louisville Campbells
bur Ky and Charestown 1ndI
Messrs James C Moore and Nick I
Caithercame over from Evansville I
Wednesday to spend ThanksgivingI
with their relatives 1
I
Mr C G McDaniel and wife ofI
Louisville will arrive here todayon j
a visit to relatives Their children I
came down Wednesday in order to
include Thanksgiving day intheirj
visit i I
Prof Barksdale Hamlett and
Misses Katie McDaniel and Jennie I
West of this city and Prof C E I
Dudley of Pembroke went over to I
Henderson yesterday to attend the I
district teachers meeting V I
s HERE AND THEREI
Alvin Joslin matinee at 230 this l
afternoon Prices I5c and 25c
A11 kinds of lumber forsale Phone
172 Jv H Winfree
Winfreera I
Dr E N Fruit Dentist officeI
over City Bank Hopkinsyille KyI
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Drs Oldham and Gregory Osteopaths
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paths 705 S Clay St pkmsvlllej
Kentuckyd
KentuckyI
KentuckyWeakened I
Weakened systems need a matureI
wholesome mellow liquor thats II
W HARPER Whiskeythe kind your I
grandfather used Sold by WR
LONG Hopkinsville Ky I
For all kinds of rouffh building ma
terial and wood and saw dust 0
jHome
Home phone No 1170 Free delivery
in city limits Dering Frank t
Lewis Lumber Co
iEvery
Every man owes it to himself and
his family to master a trade or pro t
efession Read the display advertise
ment of the six Morse Schools of I
Telegraphy in this issue and learn
how easiy a young manner lady may
learn telegraphy and be assured a
position
5000t
For County and State Taxes
Thursdayh
Contrary to our statement the
dayThursday
Thursday and a large number of
people took advantage of the gen
erosity of Sheriff Davis and called
and saved the 6 per cent penalty
Nearly 5000 was paid a saving of
about 300 to the people I
THISY
Trenton Ky Jan 24 1902Dr
Ea W Hall St Louis Mo Dear sir
Please find enclosed 1 for one botte
of your Texas Wonder I used one
bottle for kidney and bladder trou
hebled I want the bottle for my wife
It is a real wonder and one of the
greatest medicines in the world I
11was passing pure blood and one bot
tie cured me sound and well You
can use my testimonial and photo
graph if you wish R A Williams
Real Estate Agent
A Texas Wonder
One small bottle of the Texas
Wonder Halls Great Discovery
cures all kidney and bladder troubles
troQblesjn
emissions weak and lame backs
rheumatism and all irregularities of
the kidneys and bladder in men and
i1women land regulates bladder
IHtroJlbles in children If not sold by
your druggist will be sent by mall
botIi
tie is two months treatment and
seldom fails to perfect a cure Dr
E W Hall solo manufacturer P 0
7Box 629 St Louis MQ Send for
testimonial Sold by all druggists
2and R C Hardwick Hopkinsville
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INCORPORATED
HOPKINSVILLE KENTUCKY
HogKilling
TT M P t
TIME I
Now is the season for
this and J the making of
good country sausage
Remember we carry a full
line of seasonings in Salt Peter
Liquid Smoke Whole and
Ground Sage Cayenne pepper and
Black Pepper Give us a call
T
Cook Diggins
Druggists
Both Phones
l Home 1215 Main
Cumberland 58 Street
G I AI
If you want FIRE LIFE or
any other kind of Insur
anco call on the
G L A
If you want a LOAN apply
to the
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THOS W LONG Presiding
WALTER KELLY Gen Mgr
WILY STARLING Seq gc Tr
OflicialMf the GIANT TOUR
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DANCE AGENCY
1NCOKPOKATED
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One Hour
Hourof
of Study
Each day on one subject will
make you an expsjftlij 8 short
lime A course In IBobkKeej
ing and Shorthand ih our Col
lege will qualify you to earn
good wages Day and night
schoolWrite
Write telephone or call
at College office for rates of
t ltion and free catalogue
a Lockyear Busines CoUege
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