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PAGfo FCUft HOPKINSVILIE K1iN1t1 c KLAN J GEMBER St 1905 a r
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The Kentuckian I
1 Published ivory Other Day
EbutDAY TauiiSDAY and SATURJ AY
MORNINM BY
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Adrertltln Itateaon ApplmUod
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Y DEC 5 1905
Jk Chicago firm writes that the
group of New Yorkpaper mills on
the Black river the disturbing cle
ment which caused a recent dealing
in newspaper hos been absorbed by
the paper trust and prices may be
expected to soon soar skyward
again
Pennsylvania railroad officials and
the Philadelphia police have united
inch effort to break up the practice
of throwingmissiles at trains in the
suburbs of Philadelphia This move
ment is a result of the casting of a
plumb bob into President Roose
velts special train Saturday night
St Petersburg is cut off from
direct communication and dispatches
received at Berlin Saturday reported
that intense alarm was prevailing in
St Petersburg and that the em
bassies banks and legations were
hastily organizing a courier service
to the Finnish and German frontiers
All sorts of wild rumors were pre
valent and were readily accepted by
the populace The situation It was
said had greatly increased the dang
er of a financial crash
ARM AMPUTATED <
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Broken Limb Had To Be
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Taken Off
Lafayette Ky Dec 4A little
son of J T Cohoon of near Lafay
I ette had one of his arms amputated
i SUhday About ten days ago the
fellow1 while wrestling with R
playmate fell and broke the limb I
The bone was badly crushed at the I
elbow and below it and the physicians I
thought it best to take it off 1
Ballroom of Capitol Hotel Frank
fort converted into sleeping a artI
anentsCatarrh 1
Catarrh Cannot be Cured
wite Local Applications as they can
not reach the seat of the disease
Catarrh is a blood or constitutional j
disease andin order to cure it II
must Jake jnternal remedies Halls i
Catarrh Cure is taken internally and I
j
acts directly on the blood and mucous
r surfaces Halls Catarrh Cure is not j
a quack medicine It was prescribed l
toy one of the best physicians in 1 df
country for years and isa legular
prescription It is composed of the
best tonic known combined with the
best blood purifiers acting directly
on the mucous surfaces The per
fect combination of the two ingre
clients is what produces such wonder
ful results in curing Catarrh Send
for testimonials free
F J CHENEY Co Props
Toledo 0
Sold by Druggists price 75c
Take Halls Family Pills for consti o
pation
Administrators Notice
All persons having claims against
the estate of WM Girard deceased
are hereby notified to file same with
me on or before February 1 1906
properly proven or they will be
forever barred All persons knowing
r themselves indebted to said estate
will please come forward and settle
some onor before above date and
save costs
costsL
L D Burkholder Admr
W M Girard Decd
Crofton Ky Dec 4 1905
1 Card of Thanks
I desire to express my thanks to
p my friends for their many kindnesses
to my family during the illness of
my lamented wife and assure them n
that I will always be grateful for
what they did in my home in the
darkest days of my now mother
less children and myself My rural
delivery associates will please accept
my thanks for their beautiful floral
designs
D W Hanbery I
Cheap Rates
Round trip tickets on sale to all
points west and southwest Nov 21
to Rec 5jthrDeo 19th 1 at less than
I MJe fare Call fit Illinois Central tor
particulars
J B1MiAI toN Agent
1
I I Hoods
Sarsparilla enjoys the cUe
tinction of being this great
est curative and preventive
medicine the world has ever
known It is an a11 round
medicine producing its un
equalled effects by purify
purifyIng
the blood on which the
health and strength of every
organ bone and tissue de
pend Accept no substi
tute for Hoods but in
list on having Hoods
AND ONLY HOODS
I vTi I 11
THE PRYING CENSUS MAN
Got an Early Inkling That Trouble
of Afternoon Had Begun When
He Met Housewife
Tbo census man had passed at
weary morning and when he saw
little Mrs Reinicks firm and
scornful expression he realized
that his afternoons troubles were
beginning says A 3couths Com
panion
My husbands initials are A
J said Mrs Rcw kin response
to one of the usual questions
Just A Jthnt is all
If the bank people can accept
his checks signed ii that way 1
fail to see why yoit should care
hisn
name is
eIf
If it is the government of
course I can hardly refuse to give
you his name though I consider it
very prying on their part to insist
My husbands name is Aaron Jen
kins Remick and if you are going
toput that on your records I wish
you to state distinctly that he
was named for his grandfather
and that it was question of pro
pitiation after family troubles
His mother wished to name him I
Herbert Arundel for a dear I
friend
My name is Gertie A Remick
You may write it Gertrude if
you choose I never sign it that
way The A stands for Adams
maiden y
my name
Welt I think my father would
like to hear you say Iliad no legal
legalI
ife
I stopped being an Adams when I
married A JI Its perfectly ab
jMr surd Remicks age Well real 4
ly when he told me that he was
much older he hardly dared ask
me to marry him I said at once
J shall never ask jon how old you
are and I never have
Any objection to telling my
own 1 Any jecI hardly see I
Ithe point of such a question sirI
iA woman who was only 20 on her
last birthday doesnt generally I
have the least objection to tell
ing itNo tellI
No there is not anyone living
with us at present that is she j
egoes home nights she has a famI
eily of her own
< fOf course she isnt here this
afternoon this is Thursday I
suppose in your business all after
noons are alike
Do I vote Do I vote Really
I shall have to ask you to go Mr
Remick said he hoped the next
time anyone came and tried to
talk to me about voting Id f send
that person to him I will bid you
a good afternoon
1PAYS NO RENT OR TAXES
Former New York Policeman Dwells
In a PeculiarLooking House
boat in Ireland
Public In an inlet of the sea near
Kenmaro County Kerry Joseph D
Hagerty a retired New York police
man lives on a pecullar looking house
boat with his wife and four children
Ho says ho enjoys ideal liberty paying
neither rent nor taxes He came to
the district two years ago and after
staying with relatives for awhilo de
cided to build his houseboat It is 40
foot long and contains a kitchen living
room and two staterooms with bunks
It cost him 2000
Tho roof being flat and Indented Is
used as a water tank fresh water being
procured from a nearby stream by an
Ingenious arrangement of pipes this
can be conveyed inside for use in the
range boiler and similar purposes On
OnI
1ebote is a little plot of ground on which
taro grown vegetables and poultry is
reared for the use of the Hagerty tam
rlyeprcyl
rly
We want no Interference from any
body said Hagerty Wo are freeborn
people and we intend to remain BO
Everybody else in this country is a
1slavQr If they arent why do they par
to live on tho earth that God made for
themT Im busy good day
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move made to abolish office of
Health Officer at Paducah
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AMUSEMENTS 4
a aty M lt
John Griffiths Fifth Tour
This most excellent tragodjan and
student of Shakespeare hag advanced
in a few seasons to the most promi
vent palce among American born
tragedians and ilgivjng his native
land as much reason to be proud of
him as of any of its favored sons In
the most famous characters of the
classic drama he has won l enviable
success apd after three seasons of
Macbeth he has taken up tho divine
bards greatest tragedy King Rich
ard the Third A character in
which his strenuous and intellectual
nature will reveL His management
has furnished a great nmii1 the way
of unusually excelldb company
fireproof scenery costumes and all
other needful historically correct
equipment Mr Griffiths date here
is December 22
December22Dying
Dying of Famine >
is in its torments likenof con
sutnptipn The progress of cpnsump
tion from the beginning to the very
end is a long torture both to victim
and friends When I had consump
tion in its first stage writes Wm
Meyers of Cearfoss MeL after
trying different Aedicines and a
good doctor in vain Iat last took
Dr Kings New Discovery which
quickly and perfectly cured me
Prompt relief and sure cure for
coughs colds sore throat bron
chitis etc Positively prevents pneu
monia Guaranteed at R C Hard
wicks drug store price50c and 100
a bottle Trial bottle free
LOCAL MARKET
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Inspectors Reporter Month
of v November
>
Hopkinsville Iy 0905f
oyh
1r fealo
IhI Jll I
Receipts for past Month 5 70
Receipts for the Ycar4 9 6S 14285
Sites for past Monthu > 598 S4
Hales for the Year 7630 13574
Shipments for past Month 411 i66
Shipments for the Year 12077 15b74
Stock on Sale 2167 891
tockSOldo 529 11
Total Stock on Band2o9 2252
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lIUIio r
HE above picture of the
man and fish is the trade
mark of Scotts Emulsion
and is the synonym for
strength and purity It is sold
in almost all the civilized coun
tries of the globe
If the cod fish became extin t
it would be a worldwide calam
ity because the oil that comes
from its liver surpasses aU other
fats in nourishing and life = giving
properties Thirty yeas ago
the propriutora of Seotts > Emul
lion found a way of preparing
cod liver oil so that everyone can
take it and get the full value of
the oil without the objectionable
taste Scotts Emulsion is the
best thing in the world for weak
backward children thin delicate
people and nil conditions of
wasting and lost strength fi
1
Senil fqr tree Ample
SOQTT 1 jptpWNE Cnri nsT3
lODlIS IKAUt STJUISUT NEW TOH1C
doe And f 100 All druggists
+ IF YOU WANT TO Q
BUY SeLL OR RENT
REAL ESTATE
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IICODG4aNW
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Same Time
Bast Hbds n Year I
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POSTMASTERS I
Ir T < f Set That Uncle Sam is
Not Swindled
Oovd
ernihenb is subjected to loss of nor
ey jg called attention to in an order
which Third Assistant Postmaster
General Madden has issued to all
postmasters The order follows i
It has b6en brought to attention
that there ar frequent cases of disregard
gard of the provisions of section 484
of the postal taws and regulations
Matter mailed at tho second third
and fourth class rate is often made
the vehicle for transmitting other
matter inclosed therein which itself
is subject to a higher postage rate
Postmasters must use greater
care to see that packages accepted
for mailing are prepaid at tho rate
to which the highest class of matter
inclosed < is subject and whenever it
appeals that there is an intent to
conceal in a package deposited for
mailing any matter subject to a
higher rate than that prepaid the
case should be promptly reported to
the auditor of the postoffice depart
ment
Postmasters receiving packages
for deliypry should take similar care
t9sce when the proper rate of post
aejias not been prepaid that the
legal rate is Collected before de
liry
HOPI SVILLE
And Pembroke Represented
1at Association in
Henderson
The address of the president Prof
J W Bell of Hopkinsville the wel
come addresses of Dr H W ArmiI
staed and Prof H F Jones and the
address on Civic Prosperity by P
Moore of Pembroke were the prin
cipal features of the eighth annual
session of the Second Congressional
District Association of Negro Teach
ers which convened at the First Bap
tist church in Henderson Friday
says the Gleaner
OLD CHEROOTS VIRGINIA
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ft itf Package of 3 for Cqrtsy
i1 y
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tJJ cherootacigar made
without the head °
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The fferencebetwecl1 a good 5cent
cigar and the famous Old Virginia Che
root is mostly right here s You get threat
good smokes for your 5 cents instead
of one <
yvv
f pr
V T Y i
No difference in quality t > >
i c J 3I
The difference in pry e is dug wholly
to moneysaving in the making No
useless handmade head Nf tft1100
length fillerfive different kinds of hIgh
grade blended leaf but all small leaves
and selected clippings No smallrqtmn
tity manufacturing methods a million
produced every day in
the best organized and
cleanest cigarfactory
in the world
Sold wherever they
sett tobacco
J
A W PYLE D F SMITHSON
PYLE tc SIV11THSON
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EMBALMERS AND FUNERAL UNDERTAKERSF
From the Finest to the Cheapest caskets furnished according to demand
Robe Suits and Burial Shoes for both sexes in Stock
5 EMBALMING A SPECIALTY
YOU CAN QhT US DAY OR NIGHT I BY PHONES i
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Tables All Kinds 4 a y
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Bif Tables little > Tables square Tables round Tables
f Rplor I Tables kitchen Tables dining Tables 1
f office Tables library Tables Tables fin
ished in oak Tables with no particular
finish Tables in highly polished
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