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Hopkinsville Kentuckian. (Hopkinsville, Ky.) 1889-1918, December 05, 1905, Image 9

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172 J H Winfree >
Dr E N Fruit Dentist dfiice
I aver City Brink Hopklnsville Ky
afreowng weather followed the
lain of Saturday and those who
T Jailed hogs slopt easier
Drs Oldham and Gregory Osteo
paths 705 S Clay St Hopkinsville
Kentucky
KentuckyThe
The Episcopal church is undergo
ing repairs end the cross on the
U ° tower is to be regilded
The Sunbeams of the Baptist
church will give a bazaar and dinner
w In the Flack buildingnext Saturday
Dec 9th 3t
Capt Whitlow of Hotel Latham
5s confined by having three of his
I toes mashed while handling a box
last week
The Evansvillee jail is still being
guarded because of threats against
l Vie Williams a negro accused of
Saulting Mrs Wm Griener
Weakened systems need a mature
Wholesome mellow liquor thatsli
6v HARPER Whiskeylhe kind your
grandfather used Sold by WR
LoNG Hopkinsville Ky t
Alvin Joslin was placed Saturl
i day night to a small house It was
a good show but the bad night and
inclement weather cut the attend
since down very low
For all kinds of rough building ma
terial and wood and saw dust
Call Cumberland phone No 400
Home phonf No 1170 Free delivery
in city limits Bering Frank
Lewis Lumber Co
The water tower for The use of
the Imperial Tobacco Companys
plant when completed will be95 1
feet high and hold by far more water
than the tower of the water com
a pany
panyThe tile floor of the new bank has
been completed the vault has been
built and the furniture will arrive
in a few days but it will be impossi
ble for the bank to opeii for business
before the first of the newyear
Every man owes it to himself and
his family to master a trade or pro
Cession Read the display advertise
ment of the six Morse Schools of
Telegraphy in this issue and learn
how easiy a young man or lady may
learn telegraphy and be assured a
I i position
lDividend No6
A semiannual dividend of four per
cent has been declared by the board j
tiof directors of the Acme Mills
J Elevator Company on the common
r stock out of the net earnings for the
six months ending Nov 30th 1905
and tbe same payable at the office of
the company J B Galbreath
Sec and Treas
Dec 105
KmaOUR Goads
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OUR STOCK OF
Holiday Goods
Is much Larger and More Varied
than Ever Before consisting of
11 pthe most exquisite line of
Imported Fancy China
i Bisque Figures 8ii Statury
French and German
China Dinner Ware
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i Wash Stand Sets
a4Glassware Lamps
Carving Sets
Silver Plated Ware
Wareof
A of all Kinds
Consisting of Knives Forks Spoons
f Sugar Shells Nut Sets Chafing
Dishea Etc
i Also a nice line of Pocket Cutlery
Razort Brass Fire Sets Coal Vases
and many other useful as well as
tornamental articlos Dont make
i your purchases before seeing our
stock Very Respectfully
t I A POOL SON
i Successors to Jack Meador
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Ii EDWARDSSPECIALTY
SPECIALTY
1Eye Ear Nose and Throat
Free Tent Made t of WHMM
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BAPTIZING
Main md Virginia Street
Baptists Receive Large >
Accessions
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Om of the latest baptizing for
many years or urred at the old frail 1
pond wait of t1 North Main bM gi
last Sunday Ivlvalg have j sit in
progross at the Main and Vtfni a
Street colored Baptist churls for
two weeks ptti Rev B J carrot t
is pastor of t p > Main streehurch
and RevE Mlliams is pasjora the
Virginia street church The reach
ing has been done by the pastors and
as a result of their labors they
have had large additions There
were 60 persons baptized Sunday 30
going into each church Several hun
dred people were present J
fDeath of Childri
Liftle l Otho Dycus Frey tjieJittle
son of < l rand Mrs J G Frey who
live on West Fifteenth street His
death was due to some unknown
cause The little fellow had never
been well from his birth He was
buried in Hopewell cemetery
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Country
Sausage
SausageSpareribs
Spareribs
Spareribsand
and
Backbones
Direct From the
> Partner
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WaT COOPER
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Wholesale andRetail Grocers I
FROM INDIANA
Young Couple Come Hereto
Get Married
Mr Walter N Theis and Miss
Wilhelmena Ficken of Jasper Ind
were married last Thursday night at
parsonage of the First Presbyterian
church of this city Rev E H Bull
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I the pastor officiating The bride is
a sister of Mr Samuel Ficken pro
I prietor of the Hotel Latham tonso
rial parlor Mr Theis and his bridn
will visit relatives in Cadiz before
returning to Jasper where they will
resideTHERMOMETER
THERMOMETER THIEF
Makes Way With a Valuable
One From R C Hard
wicks Store
When Mr Myers prescription
clerk at Hardwicks went to the
front door yesterday morning to see
how cold the weather was > he was
surprised to find that the thermom
etor had been stolen It was a val
uable one costing 35 Mr Myers
says he has no idea of when the theft
occurred as he had not looked at it
for some time
timeTHE
THE GIDEONS
To Hold Meeting First Week
in January
Messrs W S Davisonjand Ross
Rogers the local committee of ar
rangements for the devotional ser
vices during the first week in Janu
ary are doing everything necessary
for a successful m o inglIr
Charles Palmer will be the speaker
for five nights and it is hoped that
great good will result J 1r
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EARLYWINE i r
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DECEASED ELKS
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Memorial exercises largely
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Afternoon J
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CHOICE MUSICHEARDt
Bluegrass Orator Charms All
With His Graes i as a I
Speaker
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They opera house asjpowded
Sunday fternoon floor and gallery
until standing room wasnotobe had
whenihe Hopkinsville ElMield their
annual memorial exercises
The plloVing prograriwlas carried
o at jt Cv
Piano Ali Voluntary vv >
V iuMrs Jas H Anderson
Ceremonies 4 > i w I
i jwHopkinsville Lodge lNo 545
Vocal Solo Sleeping moods
Acre Miss Walkee > Williams
Opening Ceremonies h
r > H opnsve L ougetLto I 545
iVInvocation
w > ry h w
E5M Bull
Instrumental selection flute and
violinDr RF McDaniel and
Mr Fritz Fallenstein > <
Vocal Solo ce Beautiful CltY
t MiJ Guy Starling
Euology i s A > >
The HonJW Earjyine Paris
l r JECy LodgeNo 87i3A
Solo v 7S
t a Invocation
y o ir are I 0 t
tb 0 Dry Those Tears Del
Riego Miss Tommie Lyle
ik Waller i jit
Glbsing Exercises W L
fifL Hopkisville Ledge No 545
Benediction j
The eulogy of Mr Early wine the
orator of the occasionwas a rare
piece of word painting His beautiful
sentiments were eloquently conceiv
>
ed expressed in gracefully rounded
periods and in words so appropriate
so touching and so well delivered that
all who heard his speech were charm
ed with his effort He praised the
order of Elks their silent work of
charity and benevolence and their
love for departed members He re
ferred feelingly to the five members
who have enteredThe EternalCity
Mr Earlywine is a young man of
undoubted ability and of decided
promise His ability as an orator
is sure to be recognized wherever he
delivers an address
COLDEST YET
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Mercury Dropped to 17 De
grees Sunday Night
Sunday was a cold day and people
generally stayed within doors The
attendance at the different churches
in the morning was pretty good but
Sunday night the mercury dropped
several degrees keeping many reg
ular attendants at home
Yesterday morning was the coldest
of the season Weather Clerk Randle
reporting the mercury as having
registered 17 degrees above zero
READ THIS
Trenton Ky Jan 24 1902Dr
E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear sir
Please find enclosed 1 for one bottle
of your Texas Wonder I used one
trouble
ble I want the bottle for my wife
It is a real wonder and one of the
greatest medicines in the world I
was passing pure blood and one bot
tle cured me sound and well You
can use my testimonial and photo
graph if you wish R A Williams
t Real Estate Agent
A Texas Wonder
One small bottle of the Texas
Discoveryk I
cures all kidney and bladder troubles
removes gravel diabetes seminal
emissions weak and lame backs
rheumatism and all irregularities of
the kidneys and bladder in men and
women and regulates bladder
troubles in children If not sold b1
your druggist will be sent by mail
on receipt of 100 One small bot
tIe is two months treatment and
seldom fails to perfect a cure Dr
E W Hall solq manufacturer P 0
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Best Table Salt >
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INCORPORATED 1
HOPKIN8VILLE KENTUCKY
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TIME
Now is the season for
this and 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 a1 call
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Cook Diggins
uDruggists
Both l Home 1215 Main
Phones f Cumberland 58 Street
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IIf you want FIRE LIFE or
any other kind of Insur
ance call on the
G L A
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to the
G 1 A
THUS W LONG President
WALTER KELLY Gen Mgr
GUY STARLING SCOtTr
Officials of the GIANT INSUR
ANCE AGENCY
INCOKrORATUO
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Hourof
of Study
Each day on one subject will
make you an expert in a short
time A course BookKeep
ing and Shorthand in our Col
lego will qualify you to earn
good wages Day and night
schoolWrite
Write telephone or call
at College office for rates of
tuition and free catalogue
iookyears Business College
MAIN STREET UOPKINSVILLE KY
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Irne of i9th Virginia Sts Rooms 1 2
w Makers of
Stylish Garment
AT POPULAR PRICES
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